The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r1tettortcfa Central Floridians acclaim

Ca' t'1 h't! ti I IfC'I Merqy OIUASnO-Pl'OpJe w tit 4 hospital construction

made up the campaign o fi

VOL. XXV, No. 18 Orlando Florida, Friday, February :S. 19CA lOt gankation for the Mercy t ttributors
Medical Center and the con=

all "friend 'of

Mercy," participated 3000- 1 1
w N VW
Pope Paul stresses atrong on Sunday last at g ial h.t r try ttiira

I the hospital ground when-- ] w y
Archbishop Joseph P. HurJ

Icy came to Orlando to bleu] ++

worth of humanity the ground and lead the f

ground breaking ceremon*.

des for a new Catholic hoe.ital .

By Jame C. O'Neill dente. to spiritual life, and to in Central Florida To
NCWC News Service religious faith" date Orlando, Winter Park

I VATICAN CITV-Pope Paul VI celebrated low Maaa and other area citizen have
Innlrad. the Pops Milil
in St. Peter'a for several thousand employes of Italy's ")o.r lntrlllrnre h .. I dKlrrngthrn pledged over $1.600000 towards -
state-owned telephone company on February 23 and roar r natlrtl.uthat the $2 million dollar .

stressed the Church'a regard for them u individuals and the greater' oar tethnlml campaign| total.

human persons tkally absorbed and almost progress: the ..Ore w. The Initial' Otrllt'l\ult\ win

"Indeed \u would tike each annihilated." byte the duly and neceiutlijr" tie a four.story t tvvi IIf'\l ho piUl -
one of you to understand that Ie, b.. 11I1'o..I' dlthfil." to he built at a Cot of

this elevation of the human lie said Christianity effected "The mote mpt'hanlralllWM more than (J million dollars

Individual to the sacred and thin change on such organization ch'lIIs.Unn smothers the life The lHor*... of St. Augu tl*.

Inviolable dignity of a person by "subordinating of man. In the art of nenhig I 1.1 J'f'UkUng a third of the
who M endowed with the vocation > fund and the .Uexpected
them to the Inalienable principles him the more must w* nour community
and splendor of divine of respect for the hu. 1..1\l the life of the ..>ul. which to top the U million
fatherhood and Christianbrotherhood. goal! for the tampalgn while
man person, and thin ennobles prayer and faith alone canI'nlh'.n
Is precisely the them humanizes them ," the construction .la undt"r_a{.
minion of our religion which
and sanctifies them" In MM remark at the
prenerves; and defend In ev- even The ('\>pe stated that. "thii
ely human being hU statureof Pope Paul told the congregallon process of understanding and ground tweaking f
Iturlev took IN 41
nobility and greatness and < that he was bringing revaluatlnn" of religion an a hhbhol'l
ex|>re rakes It to the higher degreeof this to their attention "110 that magnificent and neceataryelement of I M
men anti women 1.
life." of life to riot always
supernatural you will not entertain the delusion -
wklespread "jllff.- To achieve It. he added Several >mr* ago, h* recalled lilt VaH -. -.oq
The Pope that It 1 It unfortunately
\ I
that In public efforts must be made Moth. by they Joined commoncountel ; I
only Christianity can contemporary for th* building to bededk4cl Ground broken for Mercy hospital Orlando
pretierve this concept of man opinion, ttl.itKhn 1 the Church and by IrnllvWual -
to the rare of the
In the modern world, ",,'hkh progress 1 I. sufficient for our *. suffering After much work Archbishop Joseph P. honey State, county and' city officials voice of Hrintley Ilurcham: to over

produces organizations In life and replaces all that was 'It require the Church U and, __r.neand one of the was the first of a doacn or more Joined d mrmbrra of the committee 30(
which the Individual Is pray one attributed to Pros review her practical me h .U moot stirring re.|.>nNe. #,*r to place the silver shovel in theground for the Mercy fund and the bene ceremony when the Archbishop

In the prewentaikm< of the given to a Nil for rornu| **t.n ; symbolizing the beginning\ factors In breaking ground on the blcMctl the ground before the oil I

Pioneers rememberedat massage of Oirl"t. and it requtrei In Centre) KVirMa, greuwt .' of construction of Orlando's Catholic shore of I.ake lAwn. at 3 pm. last was turned by Mercy's distinguished
the f.lthfus.-.nd Indeed was broken for Mercy M 4irl carried the frietdla.meeleo
I hospital Mercy Medical Center. Sumlay. Loud I 'speaker .
every Intelligent and reuporuibl Center I
convent's f'r"' n-to support
blessing this effort of aggtorruinvenlo,' All ..f as here de*|.1 lr a,. gulahed M+rey committees, works of love sprint fn>m tar.pltala )
a* It U now being ('allt'd.- prerUi the ...wee asses 1.cur .*d.d by Andrew N Metro faith |It la equally' true that ground nre ORLANDO -A two-story lakeside convent for the appeal b| .-........, .kf Ian and. Aunt in A l* rusn.H gu .1 l deeds tan ,Iw hv them > all .she friends ..f Mercy, Merry M..III..1 i ." '... thoiknti

Sisters of St. Joseph who staff St. Charles School Bishop At noon the Pop appeared ..!" (....Bljr" add by aka toM all who .had hlwt| ..l v** a esIewey to faith livW rather r'arrelly ....i: >r from Mt.'fnl. ,11. Al

Moore High School and Morning Star School here was at his apartment window overlooking Melgkburlftf. areas. MM Arrk- that the community acelelnasthen. <. ..il, on. at the surest rwMki You are here on y uUt own .if u* f feel l w* am |i.''I'i facau

I blessed Monday morning at a private dedication. Arch. St. Peter's Square ....it..p ll.,I.,. a* IU lwnfactors.luntinu4 to uk in oar quest for toil gifM.M>H. You hv ...triliUted .> t'..anitst' .. *
to biers the crowd He urged
bishop Joseph P. Hurley offered Mas for the Sisters in them to hav. a sense' of pent lie singled nut for "aUClI.the the ArrMristo. U the fellow red ..(. .Isle towards IM the bmf4tl.; "Il U your

their chapel following the ceremonies of blessing lie t.ncand austerity member of the .uftJ i(II'' has brew Mid the the our m* t-1..1. Sisters/ lauded

spoke after the Maaa.SUters r.--. er --- r -- ...... :---- ..... '1 TlMW' titM WNl ,hate II* tailiet/btrly" welrome.1'Mir t "IUi"d gr*.th of an area,

of St. Joseph han a Tt, .. '' 1eI kiMiwn lust! rune their lu I'rf'"tnnei present irswn ..n.aJ .kehnaItMh t>* ,*..tn
been. in this part of Florida f..; .r Ihm In wring tiunklnd. And......-. awl. fn (!thief v h-MrHUl beats aiMl the
Ildar klLaxdDu\ tJ'J 1tL.,
not quite 100 years during houjtfut.* throughout lbs lent prerommuafy' a..t
which time they have pioneered Ira sought, Art!. Ir"a" a itstern !mat <>f rVtrtila, lie r.lle. >l Its "met IM'needs. Tti* msnllcenl *-
In works of \ .. may find (Him In Ills rw. ln mil- ..
mercy.He the gntnil < a group "pr* nt at the
called upon the Sinters earthly Image of nun. saws on the Heel! to Merry<< Humkiy" vvvnt, h* aka, site .'.3tu

who will live In the new content I atoll. wish l }.., wen ant and urged all ,.gm.Ala of Ih. Ih* general Inter.,t In Crv

to reflect upon the ;) "..... .. aeetg. u. greater rixnimmliv t<. ",minu. "thuw teal l llnrkU. In Merry(

thing which have been' done : rew.ed ,.. J..' .........., xk'" of M.try' II. ap t i eal>*.1 I f"r the ttt4Ulfwl !>

by their predecessors In theCommunity AI ; L ..... .. real is a feeder. lie, H cues II, Vtllhti.. ) InterMl of Ih. c mnuMiHy .

adding that It U : lswledi. of .....1 .... a awe ."r..U. il .f Ike. MfM4 Sled-! roil. nf Ih. prll'. n
to even greater work that. the w lauae/. etp.r/cute .f Ill.Is. .. .. .1 l tfttt whlrh M.rr w''i i at
tr.1 l .'wwrUllxB, *
future hallenges' them Ir' J ... tram hf*. |11|* r" ngri".'_if' 3l
On the ireiun when beMe -.... / guest tpeakrr.IXollng l..Mt>i twt the .slmi i "+ <:
.. 1 :'TI\.U. hwtl perail.
home for the SMerm h* pent ware sit the |w....--... rt h
a mi,Tient locking tack at thegreat .. I runt the IMC-, for thy see
pioneers of the CatholkhUterhoud r .Ilk* the rMMrM III IM and. Sisters to staff schoolat

who work In hkDltren neMlful .* .Ida.. kvmg er.
*. ..wI the H''.ip*. M .. that t.. mwrt *l is* These will Ormond this autumn
H.h... ro>nwle4. Ik* HI- .
t. f 04IJ Ru.At. eadearr topa"
tees !. lock.. forward .. the
work t. wkkk their Iur'ali.a. Ide M *i the MM Ilealdl.l OIOMIVP 111.1(11-'rsth: .v Neil" A. edger pastor of

.11. ..... wllh. grade .. wilt
-t rnnMnl *
high' .......... rklMrrn. k.....- ItNt'Unn of an .ight-ruom retard ami admlnUtratlnntuAlwig
/ +rihtwe| fur wMHk Merry
uppr4 r"'"'''' .... .pf..1 ; 1e II,"...... will melee, to be rifnplett, | and, rra ly for rlaaae. with the
soap epvnifif. ftf the fall term. Th. rrw4 .U to be staffed by
I............. for led .kae//.
.... .
the Waters i>f Itt. IVmUaUt & ...... _.
)I, nilfitor "harle A liar fair .ee.sesI.n gftaS .kp 4son
Ink who (MM *pe.rha
cnnrtr'. !-lh>*l of the cwment. Father Farrelly greets friends of Mercy hospital a.. ............. .... btt The nrlslraw.n rrl of th
tI as not preomt rfw to Ma ... .sale, .mhltla wed fwd a..,eat. M. II l ,1).1'II .. le ..

father a 6e..... Father Terence J, Family, at them to continue to work for gave lUtmJkttnn of the mart "V ItMMte a lk5 ao...altatYSrtwM ,......... saw I I.', coat
., .
.i' tare
Other area Prt...* were the ground breaking, for Mercy" Merry DwUngufctrtrd. gue*
pf*,cnt aW.g wttk Mere., hospital in Orlando Mid be was seated on the platform In front of the ",tit was a graphic, rrfwls..I l'er ".c,," T.- I .........f.W m's lit __.. t .,.. ut 1.-' .
lea. t 11111": at 9tt Augn.tirww, to etited at th th ten altar where ,", t".9" 41, ,.."........... ",. ...t- b: -f7 mss .1{_
happy 19 ref>re >| .;e. r J. r general and tin 8l. all .... nw.t .' ....'" ,t.gq w a. s )b..3" : hatlr.
ceremonies last Sunday rg. UuoMgnor Wtlliaaa J. Wullally hospital f b* adminUterrd. by the ..
lr-- :-.t S' J< eph from .*Tu. .'. .t.lr.l", .. II. ,. :.. cf
C. .1 i ( 1.4' ::"" .1-:: 1 1
event of the community and urged "..4" dos of 1'rv.ts. earUer cb..u .tom (tf JU. Jc-JA
; f 'heir pins. e.D0 ... k: I't: .." : toe *.! atwe and.ie. L :1numsy II

Mart'h I. I I I .r
1 seal| ..,II. taIIs.r, .t. IJIw..11
School cutback advocate
er Mars ti! la1'a.lieuMg

I ._..... I* ,..*.
s1 ,...&..... t.fl.ellag. (...
betraying forefathers awed Mark I...... -.
..... ... .a.at.u.stue Mkf

.. ....'. /c... /......... saw.
."T amtUe the Catb. rtlt 4bt high arhonhi an l "4- fea- I. se .. If.

schoois In th* United ..... ..... rely a all.im..m .bt'iIM '' t '. the fall ..! I'MI. 'hr w 1 1he

5tates juat to eve a few aka h angel .are "IitMtulM hr the red ieae.t t. sw .krkiee.. 1,1 1M hi.."1 are.

d< liars. a B+ahop-turator ben aw.Mktn d rMM fro... sulk 1C .... ......., kwt oar te.. .aj, : i fit II,."" .. t pat ,
anted" this peck i rw Mr bea Me* ..... .... air ...... ,...... rr, 'n III tfw Maul appeal' | |.,
ttw xtwo u", .1 -calTree 'J r-, 'fK (lilt* fcli!, .ft b
*I fiN! it hard to understand Ism ba ....... ... "'r It.. ..
rn tttrue at tt.t paw .. t -n. "."tr. SM,
dwelt. opts.p 'e'il.nlrew -
all the abn.t .
mtMaafic se M sift .Me ..1der alt '< ,. Mrn DW* | .f 'h. f! t
motww .hen I .bM+k at tfe* ... Mta. .. h e.bl 4frrae. ,
w Ml w tr rrw >'I''4 imrMvt *h* it f :3IM'
,hue her .ii4aiewei4 .. ltr S.... N Uw --. ...Mv t1/lrLa. ....aeaeM r., _**tai ... e.- .J
f"faOwn bvatt. *wt .( a tray. ......... IAN M.. tatleft swat staled ... ....,.. ,.. t, .. .,...,..MIMSMm
t"nr wage*e f a d4ax rs (Easel A..wnl "rwec e+rvllew oil ririrp tarS r ..wtt ... ') >>- it..m rMjr eluiriniri 1 t.r t.
t.u a dsy said AaiMp all ....... ..1.. *.rflfeqgk ellr.,4 -=_: fj: t ,/.r .....,.. H"'ltr r
Carets K KhrtL. CaJk.ttrMimtmilrnt tewb -'it.fs1' .r ....... ttt rA1M. .t.e p b. ..eM i t>riHt> see ralh.f ,I.'Dc',
.ho fie an May -flee. M IN ref .l ant.t ...... ... J. I 1\.0\ r It-nihf" awl t.tr.e if", r

C'wvelaled.me .aA .Meal v'... r nwrwlM ... bee tar J lrtgeraa. .

.... ... ass -. Mo ..
mosey t.>ytr tAft .. mehalre i are
11M sell he ._ wed ls.g.a.wllw .
f rtgirettrt sWf Ilgsae'r.' sale of M taw" Art el aM trainee Eth.,. T Casey **tf < )1rtee:
tall ... d .. CrrMrt ..Asia't.l tttrt.e .

... area. t-dl. .aa seaddl .
s beep frees. .**.** TVaid their." ." are J Herbe'l
.., M .. udIua'sha. enure. Mat ate N .
sM... 4. flat Hitt.fu ...".. sal ,......... u, ';::
,. .. sew tt.el4 9*.sMM ..404fcMttAFY0j
p Over 3000 attend for
.... h.ta. ground breaking Mercy .....
w see aM .. persons a.h.er. g* ir* ,,"M1r. \
.. ..
.said 4S at .ra+w r .- | sat 0Wft+ fltf ILfcf
aid dDC...... Oar RMfa?' W.... Arty. llobrtr
ecu ..... ir.tt .. .. asrka .-&p-s4... ta. .s..a.rw .._.. -a MiaY wads lad war tar the p...... Im sore. their ffrta aeoea. J ,.".ey..., t" Jiaet.n fit M NIfI"IIIIAd, DmXIfifUvt4 1I'f'
lit f.eWrr -- .... .. ... Atir/t. lalrAYallre: N/a Ja'pdt .( Acgtnime sad break
u lttitga ........ Now elan 1u.- tt 1e stall' -- w.Iii lrrltaiAy Act .ass... Nrh..g.t ad
Ii. .'- J"' 4......w ... WrI. true ppttrM ...... ..... wet lp ewe.A. .,rte ........ *4.. geab.era' .45.e J led ......! 5a..aelw ..h ....... /e1 sees"e fleet ea...... Our few ....*

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J The Florida Catholic, Friday February 28, 1964

Drive goal is Mass guide

.Ftortcla Report to up weekly SUNDAY 3rd Sunday March of Lent.1 (Mast

of Sunday, Creed Prefa- : of
parish giving Lent.)
Bradenton Port OrangeEpiphany. Tampa MONDAY March 2

College Student : : Retreats 1. 1, HT.PKTKR.HBl-KJ BRICK (Mass of a Lenten weekday
Moa-dgnor. Patrick J, Trainer Preface of Lent.)
Thomas James McGriff.: Ion The Epiphany Catholic The spring meeting ()
of Mr. and Mrs Carl McCrlff Women's Club has completedthe Vest! Florida i' pastor, has announced an TUESDAY, March 3
of 4710 14th Street West, organization of six circles Retreat Association, iu' Increased weekly support program (Mass of a Lenten weekday.
Ilradenton, who graduated held March In order to completethe Preface of Lent.)
within the parish. The circles on Sunday ti
from Bishop Barry High and their officers are as follows p.m. at the Florldan J sanctuary of the new. WEDNESDAY, March 4
School in St. Petersburg has : U05 Florida Avenue, church and to reduce the parhh (Mass of a Lenten weekday
made the dean's Hat for the A luncheon at 1230; Indebtedness.The 2nd Prayer of St. Casimlr
first ementer. Mr. McOrlff Is St. Anthony's Circle: Chairman will precede the mfetlnr.f'ath. need of the parish Preface of Lent.)

a junior at st. Bernard College Mrs. Clare Mayer; Ami .., Laurence a:. were outlined) In a brochureand THURSDAY, March 3
St. Bernard Alabama. tant Chairman, Mrs. Kath gins spiritual director letter mailed to every (Man of a Lenten weekday .

Ills major Is English. trine Bowes; Secretary-Treas en the.(mpurtanct of all family Preface of Lent.)
urer Mrs. Edwina Kruxe; Directors, parish V Paul Resop Is general FRIDAY March 8

Miami Adelaide Spiritual Coordinator M r .. liver and Chairmen chairman of the program, ai- (Mass of a Lenten weekday,

Harry CollegeThe : Sullivan. present at this lIsted( by Henry N. Canell 2nd Prayer of SU. Perpetua
St. Jude'a Circle: Chairman, Connoud and and Fellcltas Preface of
annual alumnae dinner participate' in the final Andrew J.
fur former students of Barry Mrs. Florence lUgusa; AssU- for the promotion of the James A. Hellnger About 300 Lent.)

College will be held Saturday tant Chairman, Mrs. Alice ing summer scheduled ..ir,. men volunteers will visit all SATURDAY, March 7
evening, February W! In (Dray ; Secretary treats. families In the pariah Sunday (Mass of a Lenten weekday,
Thompson Hall dining room Mrs. Julia White; Spiritual All members and Parish seeks more weekly support March 1. 2nd Prayer of St. Thomas
Coordinator, Mr.. Ulll.tn Jut Aquinas Preface of Lent.)
the Miami Shore In the retreat
on campus. women The program U supervisedby
Patricia lluml of North Miami rat. anent are welcome to Patrick J. Trainor U with the pastor: W, Paul Resop. Henry Foley Associate! Inc! of SUNDAY, March 8
president of the North St. Oeruiil's Circle: 'hair. the meeting and the executive committee N. CaselL! Standing are James A. Rochester Edward ft Shlehler Laetare Sunday. (Mass of
Darle Chapter of the mom, Mrs. Vera Ilium: Awils- KeM>rvatI ons for the Sunday, Creed I. Preface of
tarry parish, St Petersburg Helinger, Andrew J. Gonnoud and I U resident director
Alumnae Association U lint Chairman, Mrs.. Adelaide eon, call Mrs. Joseph F. Unt.)
general in Increasing weekly up- Edward R. Shiebler who is of Foley
chairman of arrangements 1'oth; SecretaryTreniiurer, she, Kt retrmlmrg :' > ;
parIAh, from left, seated Associates from Rochester. conditions
assisted by Mrs. Terry Mrs, I Durlwra Itustigrlplrl/! Learn
---- -- -
II. Maureau of South Miami, tual Coordinator Mm. Lucy Orlando > MV: toilK (S-Tf'arh. St. Petersburg

president of the Houth Dud HUllnellan.8t ,$t. Charles ers at New York arch Iocesan
Chapter. Hernadette's Circle I I : The Ht. Chjrles I I high school got a first hand i
Four year graduates secretarial Chairman,' Mrs. Hortnr! Ko- Council meeting was state Holy Name Banner report on religious and educational

science graduates and xak; Assistant Chairman Mrs Feliruary 20 at H p.m. order will be condition behind the IIIiI! Order
anyone who has studied at I Irene Sinclair; Secretary social I ha II. Washing. ItESIIENTS: : of all the Iron Curtain by means of a
Harry College are welcome to Treasurer Mn Emily Brown; Mrs. It M. & Jacksonville, P Holy Name parish sonetles closed-circuit radio hookup at 1 Today!

attend. Spiritual Coordinator, Mrs. nounced a forthcoming Instead of at throughout the Dlome llunlrl .,. the February session of the

Marie Sperllch. iluum for all the ladles ., as originally are urged to respond as Teachers' Institute. .
Little Flower Circle: Chair. tMjrlah. Father tharlrs l l the recent (promptly an possible to the .NaughtoaIINH The teachers were able to BOWEN'S

St. Potorsburg man Mrs. Joan Lilly; Assistant len, a lledemptorUt Is lIer'eHllar). February II, 190<, memar( talk to staff members of Radio
Chairman, Mrs Joephlne from Our Lady of l'ef1 the third sedum\ letter circulate! by Liberty In Munich Germany, Standard Oil Products

Iledgecoik; Rut.t.,). Help Church In Opa [" of xmulve: Secretary Clyde WRung IicrsasI'rr'ldeal over the hookup. Radio LIberty 862.2450WI
Treasurer Mrs. Efflt Ilohr; Morlda, will conduct the ughler Court of Jacksonville.\ \ \Is a private organization

Spiritual Coordinator, Mrs. duum' beginning K u n held at the Mr King has prot tiled yuu staffed by former soviet cltl- MONO ClltlT STANIAIBOH CAIBiINTEREST
Rita WlM, Mirth 1 al 7:10:: p.m. : hall after with a postcard questionnaire -- tens who broadcast news of
7 Ht Christopher' Circle: cm Monday' and approximate which should b0 completed these vUlts will be announcedlater the free world to their home
94 Chairman Mrs Polly Gross., March 2 and 3, will t be at < and returned to him. As soon as the detailsare land.The
AaUtant Chairman Mrs. a m. with evening ..nk. of "IJttlo In this regard, Thomas J. known Mr. King will teachers heard one of

Florence Molt; K e ere tar )'- 7..') p.m. t originally Tobin, president of the parish wend a notice by mall to each the experts say that despite 5114 %
Treasurer, Mica. Loretta Wagner Mrs William F:. 8th I Is widely: of Our Lady of of the parish presidents, of a mlffenlng of the Soviet Un
; Spiritual (VmHInator, reiMirted calling at the << | until the fol (atlnu In Inverness Is to In* the (Hue..... ion's antireligious campaign
Mr. Dlnne OIIp)mtrh" k, of len new families In March lath, warmly commended<< Ills rev I auk that, all Holy Name church membership In the
parish during the pest : rltiul spouse| wan received In the men hear In mind these two US.Sit: .It Increaxing/

St Leo Cuuncll members will Epiphany mall by Mr. King less than ilute and' mate plans to be CATHOLICChurchHospital
the school library at 10 fiirty-elght hours after the present and hear the Important Edouard C.
Parent, alumni and friends on March 3 to make UM| () regard memorandum was mailed to memiagM which the National Craig
of St (.eo College met earlier and drawing for should 10- him. Director has to deliver Contractor and Dutributor

thU month at Cocoa Reach to tlents. A Mass. on March 7 S..1)p" Chairman Incidentally, during the re- for
hear Tho 8t Io Story" .. 1 toe dld for captive {, Faulkner at The pariah| president tiff Cent forty hours devotion In Viten Metal, Ceramic: School
BLUE RIBBON toM by Father Itonnl Murphy the world and March ( K. A, Karch .1... reminded In appolBlutimlnnlloii St Hreiulan's. parish In Or and MOllie; Tbs;

|> OSII! .. Father FldeliniKinlsp Communion !''Iunllol)'. I"10, tempt| >- ntmmlllre fur mend' Ikuch, members of the l7-94th St. So. 347-4101 .BONDS
FINANCING OHI1. and HerlMrtMertroAdy Guest ipraker for the heir respective l wirlMlM denlea Holy Name Society of that .

wiD; h.lp you buy or build Father Stephen> ping wall Father John l the moalh flI March fur parish were the leaders In a DANIEL T. WINTER i CO.
your now homo .t lowed llerfnum n.a.n.pr..I.I.nt, assistant 'pnntor at HI the elertkiS) .f new officersIn << most successful I Nocturnal! INCOME TAX tea nrM Tk..lt. ..lldlat. ..
coil. Put Mm to work for you. suUI the time was used as an A native t>f County ley of W. .tprll U ,.n1.r12..1... a.iti

First Federal SavingsAnd opportunity' '{ to interest prar Ireland Father Illuett will be tho May be (..Ullrd durlag May Father Nell A. Sager and ertlq KAMIaDoains. ... ... .. ......... .
.wUl: >'t students and to tell to to the DUxeno the Wom LUCtuE
coma his assistant
| It Is with deal ofKblehmro Father Herllhy I. HORN
Loan AiiWetie; '' ,., Marrh a great ........ .... .......
alumni atuul come of the.new.Clryeiuprnenta thl. onllnatlon last ytarBroohville that I the were most pleased with the 300. 3rd Avenuo NashPk.Mli2.13)1.
Of St. PetortWf at she Cui1rg.t"l : Jeffrey will 4.. rurnvlbm of a announce Junior Holy interest and attendance by CltT .-...-.. ...,.. .STT.. .' ......a... ...
to the Holy
their zealous
Sim.1.lety at St Pauls parishioners.
Ht' Anthony 1 111< .*. Parish '1 HI Petersburg "Faith of Our Fathers" the
FREE 24HOURAmbulance
CAll-/lytime! I / freshmen
Cenenms: parUhUtiieri under the .:'kUmt' of Arthur series of radio broadcasts,
of d.y or &ght Service nude It XNMltil'. to have received hU. Nelson pruU.-nt of the St which I announced In my last Cameo Dining Room
<< the highest'
I I Anthony's Catholic ( Paul parLehI.'Y, column made an extremelyaucceuful II:. .....
This community service offers: Trslnrd "
<< outing, at
.. cry !Sunday' at ft I IS Our Lady of Perpetual HelpIn \ start on Saturday, .-..... a.eekrEDWARD
Attendants Oxygen K:<|utr>l % Lent WW J
over II. "
February 1, 1961. O
Tampa thepl'awss
I \ o Anywhere In C'lty. Without | IIIl"urr.ntlyln JAMES HOTEL
vIII. The l Lenten iwrlr, .
342.8821 abngallun by Father tJclward of forming a Junior This I. s win of radio De....... f......' ..,,_. .. ...
JloIy Name Sud.t ty. I hope br.......... brUg wade by tko eh... (.......
C. E. PREVATT Oil.U deals with '
St P.t."bllt9. MEMORIAL other parch presidents Deu.).. r....... ...
dren.toach. & (louse UkN'eM* tuba) Holy >aHnrlrly .u. *.....
Florida 101 Stth St. No. HO .4I@oTEXACOm r relationship" throughout the Diocese whohe r 4 trc HKIMAV.: cuss.
"" .( Ibo 1)hosese of KU IITM limit Blfd. ......,.
r.......".11111I11. Women' are ,. M4 already. kris so, Island .'''':AI'
Fatter MartliioAu has. f1C... with ,few will eileml their heat effects leaeaIee wbkh rues fur
Pwuntttl that Mtvral ,hiHJt the thirteen' week.' .
to stimulate nrvl encourage
l hers of I ho St. Anthony '. Itetirot f..,."..110)11 of Junior! Holy It I I. a fifteen minute program TYPES OF INSURANCE
FUEL OIL wharf l r.II.tIM\ ,.s have l'n' t Ian Una, Name Smletliw.Tb being heard over twelve
.-... tlnguUhixl 1 thriniwlve* In radio. station throughout the HENRI A. MONTEAU
"Rttr-B\! ,.tU y Fuel Oil Co'" Mnbo high school the l l of February \all"' .al iMrrrlur ..I1.w'leraal entire tkaee.On | .

Automatic KoB-fil S.mC8. public "mhooL UlM ( l lCO \ I Iw, given by l .,...rallaa. Hurlcljrwill the evening of February Moreland Oliver.Monteau Inc.
Mk ,"'If. )I. ()HUM" ,
Motor Printod1; Toe..t. |>|IMO. Inane Elliot: << 8.J. Wh I Pied the happy privilege
UU ChrUUno JttiiiHi, << JMUU Huh I ..4 J.el..asIle( !I. !... user
Pad;. Drlptte" Trrclrlc. of addremlng the perish Holy Waters Umon; luUlsfRoom ;
w.. al types of KMtort, .sew liarby John lupixMn {<< The reUe I.t.r.. Nome Society meeting of st. I 229.1'
: am! like Ruth Hrlni |" night al tutu i JJ, Tamps
1im'ft.tlOIIILARGI *r SMALL II. lii. curried .tt Orlando Prter'a In Its and. The preslitoftt -
omo w h o t o ai< AIL WORK GUARANTEED- Prt St. et.rsbueq'M4'1121 Ci.uw.t.tL.ege- 4Jt have teen rntignUetl.<< .Mi".. ..i earth Mh. Exalt an earetient Job of conducting
Ilrlnw was Iw.nl..1 a time awl 1 Inratlun<< f.w oorflt of a fine meeting which was For Clubs
year rnllrgo Mholanthip<< fos4wred by lively discussion
school "hlo, cvm|", tltU\ >n. -. Winter Park r..rein all earners of the RMTIl For Holy Name

e Ormond Beach new .nffhers St. Margaret Mary l I.. hall Breakfast
.-.len s Altar Father John Kv.4ta spuke Father Patrick J Malooo.pastor .

WSPOTS : 51. RrrndasjV Mlroiuktus Medal !' at the H U the? Holy .Name Surietjr irfU and .rftiul ttrector For Church
Febnurr Margaret Mary pariah nan1 ktaits In the ( Iii, In the Gatherings
by rather John XXIII Rncyrtk! pert m Hlnic. This
an,. Before Your Eyes on MurvUy. Marsh I. ami wore Mr' -P.,o<.. on K.rth". MM UUwo IMrtert wirietv<< t* rtivoK*! In Gi. 1W.tster
N 5 N/1n.N ttMiMM ( rtn evenings
rw ....,.... ... ,.. .. .... ItM rh preaMenl. rer 4ve)rru and
i ing un Msnstsy.
p,11sg sap ,d .11.w ". .|ro pm. that timtlarllt diawans t am sure tu members are a
w.l. **Wf llm*. foil* t, t. tie DONUT
apeowhd.sample<< > t other
4h ..
1.5. ... urn ; > uulfcl **, be ranttAwed rrgutertyJ
e.1auq O rather Thomas P .
rt hhiiier of SI' IVo-rs.
Mr.. OtWnun lose p
GREATER Ml* i wW Ml stwiM kt ; Ovrio hn an
: .... .. a 1'Idalthn i friett. will
14 ,1 .Ma .. A Kmrh tlousws. that t"falll y Illyi'ktsmwrbsl Of Ju t 41'19 h.
West St. Peteriburg'i ZZ_""''t ifSZ. :.-S::':: das1 this* dewilun nary t the Tank. t"ekfa..t Pia< r.wdIn.., 141.7041 3/nrh. st. 1914143
LEADING BANK .w1 *-- .' using at :V pm. In N.saimM. teen wtwotuNod for March .. JACKSON'SSHOES

The InIIU.ut will b hUI I'to.
U..sbe F.D.LC 1000 TYRONE BLVD. Phes 14S.'US|
lmwri.lIlia. .1I
.I am. at the
.f (5S....SS
... rI4leaM' I ., UI South OrUiWPark > laoW: I M.,.. KINGiISnRESTAURANT
.. Tkk.u
A1..ar N'IMer
Us* rwesj w CLeae.....
oe tNa ) Mar Mr I.e. $l.3v> for aduHa aol 11pies :
1C N 9lMh N i/.T ... to. .he vu tMMr rather Write .Utr Y/eh/y-W.y.t; ,?1
FROM "JOStrHiN( TUSSAUD"Of J .. the H*.irr al thoLetsburcj tweak.hsl. Cs.l..tNI
If' Apra I r:. it Ca*.r.l A.*. lil-IUl
(NCIANDn st tk4 .*.IL It*
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5..N a """ ..-.a SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST
tlvairmsn. nt iko event
? 'tari4.a Mowad ..,1 MII Pfd C Golden
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r ..... ...NS.. n *1 ,d A nftA 'vs"- a lstl 11r1 .4 or Bo3ed; Shrimp

.1a.... St Thus ae-.JOI ........s1 It. e Succulent. Scallops

Fowler & Payor, Inc. sifwid Masse tis s the wMoat.lvaMMI ; S Lutcioui lobsters
't f4 sir M.rVwrnow 1"-
iI ,1' un GUll' IOUlIYAIDsr. General Insurance ..., ..... (,.* 7eUajyrI Iu1N PUI RITK KOlNtn I1.TTtM _
1'1TIl11U16PEACH Stilt 'I .. k.'" 9R/pry
III Nosh S.4. N-M I,..IIII St. /H evl.qpa. kw ...4wI -.. S.. Yw1twih Nt "Hr, rrUA ENp sus/ .*
14.1 ..... s1 .. ... -.r ... tI lM moody 5 Ss. -.w. CHICKEN ?
..too4 eAU e* Ip.eliemstawt'rsste AND STEAKS
Ihsaew alga ptws" .NS M S....... F4erd1 AT FAMOUS: JOHNS PASSr

OftX. OAKT! ...... n..... A.rt.n..
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t A..., t. t P.U. .an
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INCLUDING' SUNDAYs. -. t..-:1 ., :"It ,\ __.,r.. ".., .
Ii The Flower Dell' 1"i i.t -
.oXXHl tw H-- Poe .... J'E"p Union. Trust
&, .... ....., 10..... f,. Florist & Gifts CompOllY

..... S. I..&i. y..l b.t... ... ...... aI_ r N... .
C .ess.rs spits I'U c...., S.. ,........seqPb1&2 N I a0 ..
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The Florida Cattollf. Friday. Febrairj ;3. 1964

The new apostles Pr/esf/ eulogizedfor

..; _
pioneer work

Pursues vocation to fight Reds a ; tV.lNHINtiTOV (>(') A

-- pioneer Catholic Priest In thltmlrl..f08t.rn
By <<<;1... l 1). Klitlee
pf thb. He therefore wag not China. Fifteen years later he United States w-,1,

THE young man. his hat surprised when the Prleet was lucked In his ret:.>ry praised In the senate as a non,:

In hand stood lammed' the daft In his face room, a port' .er.He P wh< "lid not a"k what hu
en the windswept thresholdof But he wan not duwuaded tt country could del for him but
had In a way, been a '
the Liverpool rectory.t'hen Hiss father having died spent 31 years doing for hU
prisoner for ,
\ year e\ec III i o
the "
door opened he when Hugh wa nine hU country.
the day he read the art.. l If! ;
recognized the parish curate mother was forced to place Senator William Proxmlr"'ilft'ln
about the
need for rrieu
and he said "Father. I think him in an orphanage until. In China. in of \\ |MM this tribute

I hut a vocation to the his teen, he was old enough K to Father Samuel MjxzuchelUOP.

Priesthood." to work. He was just 3O-and He had since' learned Hut Italian.hi>rn Priest who

Torget It," said the Prle t. unemplojed-the dy the rectory there .U no definite pattern t won the title "Hullder of the

-Co home. Find yourself a door ", as slammed In to the say twatloa. t. bu..... We..l" fur hilt Ltt...,. In Wiconaln. >
Job.* And he slammed the his face He knew' however b, rm. f p town and Illinois

door. that he bad been sincereabuut k ;;.
No"*, 2S years later the his \ticatiun. The idea' popiwd tnt a ': 7 The renlenarjr 0f hi. death'

young man. man's mind and there wits ixx I. .Inl ittwere l this year
rosary nervously .
% few month ..earlier he escape from ,It, It seemed
In hand stood !In his presumptuous
small > Pro.mlro saki nn.... l.hrttary
room In the had read a Catholic new*, t<> Halm !that as
mission! rectory 20 that through hU spirltu.il
ef a Chinese village. paper article. about the spin the word \tw>aUon imptletl Parents show interest in vocationsA and title service to the n.-
Itaal Haht .f the Chlaee.Itera God twit distinctly called a

H. knew that II ronma- .. of a Priest .Ki.rtafe, nun but there was no other Priest and a Sister .. h ,'" at a |panel on vocation for the St Mane Thetrne S S.J. and Mm I' T. tint Father M"uUt'h.mlit.himself <
carved for
HIM soldiers were ..rro..... .Illloa of then had Jet toieara explanation for It. tend Coda service: from St p \ul Paula Patents Auxiliary, Pictured Mclaughlin, president of the niche erally In the Hall of Fame In

lag his boae, .aLI., kinprisoner. ) abuat hrUL Moreover, the road to the pariah In Jacksonville were am ng from left, are Monsignor Harold Jo". Auxiliary our nation's Capitol*

a As bad as things were In Prie.tho d was so difficult speakers (Invited to join Monsi,.i ir Jordan Mrs l>avid White, Monuljcnor "\\ hether or not his
He was preparing hlnwelf England at lean the Churchwan with demanding studies ant Patrick K. Nolan V.F., mode i at">r. Nolan James O'Hrirn. Sorter t country will ver place
so potted with doubts that .. ,
for death and he .
thought there to provide spiritual n. name re remain
"Maybe I should hare found comfort and hope. The Chine one could only succeed on It a creditor whom no material. ,

myself that Job. .. larked thin; their need with Quit's help and the help Bishop dies monument could in fact repay
That 1924 In seemed more effecthe when Pope Paul educators to "'
day Liverpool were greater. Hugh Dennett one surrendered to It1m urges MUKON \III\ .\, M 1.1......' ho said. .
thousands In England! Mas.u. helll tjh
were felt an Increasing compulsion\ It''rhliC' IVullllrouaH other e" >
unemployed. Many went to to go to their aid as a Prieot. pletely.Ainu' OD-HUhop hilt I ilaheecor'ee I of parishes lit
Hugh Bennett had continue work in behalf of a name of
parishes for hand- ut.., and slaving been rebuffed the been. a prisoner of China youth iUmlltun. !nh.|" |Island| illeil. the Mldwent II. also foundedthe .
one said they wanted long of Sin-
to first time he spent a year at hU mlaalon here Utmlnh-an Slateia
(last oil
study for the Priesthood because preparing for his second attempt before he saw It. He ked the VATICAN ('ITC iPwi-e Paul the Ulaml. .. abuse, hl'tnroan.
pUre and the people' hefoie ( ) VI rrfrrml to l.iN>Mie with au and with utirtHMlhem of M 4a.aMar suit
they knew that In a lie took what odd John youth M "the leaven of tomorrow the the eaat rmat of AfihM.Hl .
he ever set eyes on them anti a society" in urging In e|>lixoMl| in
seminary they would at least he could find; to guard hU the magnificent of .hoi ttlruuartt. itS. hail.lnece
when he dhi set ejes on them reprrnentativea of the Internath'tial Office of Catholic ministry JACKSONVILLEeATlltLING
eat regularly until theywere vocation hit became a dally he had the distinct' feeling Kducation: to continue working for the good of youngterm. ..erve. May you Iwtxune e t er found out and
sent he read all
communicant and
( ..
that he home more worthy of the definition ordiNation In IH.'T lie
wan returning
away. h. could find about China. tn>! "f the !1..1, | hierinhlesas .
Now his. home : Si l Paul reserves for l>t* U.ralllitg waa appointed prefer "I"| >i
WM He told the
Hugh Bennett was aware And then he returned to>> the his representative \1' 'i are. dliejily. itolitg"Tl them ministers of the tulle of Moruiutat in )I't 1\
prison That morning he at a private. aiMlteiM-e on FetVruary
ST.PETERSBURGLENTEN rectory had ordered his (*hlne e staffto 24 that the fact their |Tope| .!.<. received isel.tal lisnp.l' ami I first .HUhop. of the new F
time he
This was greetedby home where "To >uu relalUea" the" Pope ilk**** that mme year i He r==n
go they would organisation WM founded In Hhriii III itrHljr 1 >!<
and "All
a grin : rich""h.r. .
alit, "we eapre.a our alwereiiraitu was itmiierraiett' In Si Jsseph'a coos
do want to ?" tie safer, but they would) not 1U and now represent daUr4 I'llr.l, ti..m the il.iu.
you go ,| >l. fw .ayltba they Nthootir.1. lUrtfont.
"To ChIM.h.. said. abandon him. He would not group la more than Ml nation elle|a In. home, lusrlhrrwith
nude aw that yard' should. t>ealit. (\1. In Ml.h. l'tulIle t
now them ghee them Increased duties their pmriil
In September, 1925. wasIn
to devote yourwel ea rowlilrielv terelve l a dletit.n'al,
MEALSCALL a Columban Fathers' seminary He prayed that, give m ami) """** .lUlbtlH **. ll. ,told thiMu ""', whole to the cervta-e of the from the Malagany Meiil>hu .U'OAL t1.t11e

; in December, 19.he rbulre, b* would Have theroarage "Through your {tenona," he.."i>xtiim I ie voii' to sadr 1 11111Th, a year aa.. for "eminent, aenliea STEAKS

FOR was a Priest, on his way to t* face martjrdum the IV*.. aakt the votes of reinternl. ht) XU>,Ug4M ir ,- M ....,. ... ........
rather lhaa h M million children ......... to .... I 1111
arfiaraled anal It* governinn'f
HOODSTastSweet DUPLEX-by owner tram hU '- .. reach ts, children who .... 4 Wes! ;15EVADA Vocations pica
lucaled. In Catholic rhioi :
for em'y $1 J.Ooo Hut he was not given a throughout the world that 14to vgiH SBtrrt It' VMIMOl; HO c'n I In '

C..S.o" &S", St. So. Gulf ('hok... Like hundred of My the vok. of th. .* who PHARMACY

Port St. P.tlrtbut9. 'Ideal other m akJnerl.., h. was will tie the l.aten in tomurrow's (1.1., limhup laws l.inimel of ..

f for yeunq or old. 3 roomtfurnitked held briefly. under houae arrest anilely. anti who will I iiieinlmurg has it.phsuel. th. .11.015........ ."U."fI".... ad t..M* ..ass.StSlent lap.H...*.
COTTAGE I ; rile batK close to then taken to the! NsMer rantrttwle In shaping !ju wtth..1. ill,op In the numlier of t',ralioiM .- ...... .... ........, I...!.-. ... ..*. .wI.
ct..rc"(, schools, ..t.OPpin9..wim"i"9 '1 ....",.. 51 1. at ( suit" *iisDEIHLi
CHEESE ; in and forced acroe It to freedom makeup and .orientation On to the 1"'thuUIIIIII' MciHiniiy .111 h._.. 5e 1l a.....
gulf rtearby.. a freedom that" waa a Taking note of the organisation's stamp 5 w alasali.a. II.... ".....
Now rented nice in and outlids. .
worse prtaon benin it effect I renew In the "'. are rxH h.... any ]letter)
Thus design! ; ia fur th.Jll't11..1 *
ALEX TOBIAS meant isolation>> from the field. vt education and thenraer from our Cat hullo |I..ple l ourusiea.lnroe

!1340.44th St. Se. work to which lust. had awninoneii | It ran esert In thissphere j | 5rnt nunntem over the future

St. Pete sbarq 1 them.Twlay. the Pofw added. curative t' 8, |.*tajc" stamp he aa..L ".......wrly, falhollfl

'lilJ'dl* Father Much l etv "May ... therefore, aaatam to mark lOt years of states iMIeMiliiUfg, together with

." null like many other eipeUedItle to you the taIL Cotuii.u In hoo.1 i for Nevada In the lielgium. SIM| the t Netherlands

\\4 HEINZEN ..U, Unea that freedom to your wiirk. Intensify it alias renter U the Catholic w4. ale uf the atrnnge.t t" lum

train aeminarUna who sum e&tend U Hill further In 10!. thurrh of St t Mary'a in the Iran ff r the aWN Jtl\( of mlaku -

'ff!}) \ E rutted by God to the prtaonof UbwaUun wlUi ether interiMtlonal Movintalna. *,IootI. Today It U more
hive, will on* day. return to / Cathubr arganlMlkMvi sat I owe rare that high Ii/dr

WA, SERVICE China to ...,,1the Faith that are lnterete i In 'ins, Royalty at Mass *..t.! ..) graHwstea are chuoatngjMMml

when the land .ls no .longer aprIun prohtem (flu this) alwat .in a priestly. .........,1\,"
rate aria rimer... a I.s a 5ss.... .tray.. agreement ami unless the n>ii '""'"'". ladla. Ihtl "hoop | .alit l t the DOWNTOWN jACKtONVIUl
King, lUWfliMJIil'' MtMl. 44'',writ "'
r..1-Ills asiijr .ey h* IrM r.*.. "..*<
she .alga 'T.YPI hl"U of ItrlMtuin ....... 924 Uw Si Otwrtg*
t.5 5s. a Isis .... ... Proposes TV debate to shed Uama la. fur all of (..-l'e |-m.
MM here be"
at n\lfll" fill
rs..N-alss .
|>le to IM-IMW |I'u last 1\"*
(ter I lady lit );.yetattu.a. ..*!. *

,\\,,\\\,\\,\\,\ ,\" ,,\,- ''MUM MM the til. whet M.
} light state school aid
on Thom th* Aaaril toe uM toArvhMahuf
e. :V\ Churned fresh PRIVATE n.... tress martyvml -

flavor with Ml family TUTORING IIARIilSHI'IUI' (;.NC) The head of tM Universityof ia'me l M,,'hUM .

t.t. appeal! Healthful, Ilttaburjch hu offered' to buy television time to debate Kul{.. of )I.."... .of'., ,-, he CATHOLICS OF FLORIDA

c.r..t.d a Johnstown l legislator on the question) of state aid to .*.. Attfc* cltu. 01. HK ?.gI
too. 'cause it t high Florida TestnefTeenagert private coHricra.. and unlvenutie .,, I QiM ft wee .i.,.. HOWI' A NOH PROfIT CATHOliC FRATERNAL SOCIETY, OFFERS

in vifamma.nd and AdwN.EixjIiK ) The controversy began when Krprntefitathre FVlward! I" tMM Mf (hi. I-i I .

proe.u. Perfect for ...10"9. and W McNaily of CAmbriA Ubeird the practice" of stale II.ta4km. rep',....I II.I I iI ', LOW HOSPITAL
I I" M. l.tike aifl, i U. .10 tIt '
tent meatiest meal Spamtk grade M2; M.tK, aid to private institution of higher" learnksf nwwM Ha hy TI an.. ''two AI i .'
tog ranrrr a IrjcalLird tlveaway.
Science. 9.d. 7.', CalM
Chan< hue ,farts.* ....., ... /. W.rer, 347-3470. an H.OOfVatu-lrnt |.irlvate buUtutkMi. d .- ST. AUGUSTINE and LIFE INSURANCEI
'" ,n"\\\\ ,\'"
SL Prtmsbrt S2s-in'
pvtexi XffNaUy'a contention and saId he .U wlBtag to take

Oetreitir 4(61.39Tr.a : I I the Issue before the public S Ui and Service
Enioy AUTOMATIC W ViO A '} iff HAM r
u6 >isIedrnta
: in a TV debate. 7>ai, I ....M .-. tall that

7W17I "Ke p-Rlltd" The atette of the evrheofewas Ik* .....,.*.* l It*4./ CHEVROLETBUICKForf

DELIVERY IM Join .tectaartlve haw 'I mas. ttsks ......... to $ 5 0 A Wf I K( t'Of I coil 1 IIt at 12 M p f f ont/\ tf.p.4lAf ujwt
in Uovernor WUtMssi
Pke : Iranians< pr.pwi,1 i III. MlMr you 1 will tn-maMllir ..; l.U ._ Marion .p, wh.hl" ho4p.ltl! red 'fw any CPver d a(', dent of Itchtwia.

St. fee Mlll'l I I I ....,hstr d hhttleM tissue. -
481t O..tw.tee r 44..iJH Iota. --.c. INS st1alMm dw *. >. sBi flaaaaaarts. ) M Hmo Chevrolet Co.
la einswlesl tar pr s '
U a* your ajsjsa* aaspfciiy 100 AWttllforacosllib.asSS4psflnosIhd.pendingupo4IS. !
Sale mnimtlssai.Rrtr 123 S.. Ma A.._
.f .hw1.M a... M SIMSM t ., .bah bo4pal5hHN. fo4 5y .s.ered.ud.nt, 01 I thM1C ..
WaHar. si......... e/ -.5- St. A.t 011''''' -

Saactitri" theft red he P4.MSayeah" .... U. -y eel .... II ....... a. VA DMBudgeting
lry UST IN PiNEU.AS UiGEST ._..f T. and Oat-tart .Marsvssf ..... ,.. ...,. II 15.0 15atdllels. '150 AIMtMh( >r.ctaltesfg.allbaoperln0/Nfsd.p. .tsdredl9sws
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Everybody .sis God's world

Catholic ,

Beatific Vision is goalto Virtuously humble can feel hurt"Mr

wt We do not chide Cn.,' <
don't apologize for me be attained in heavenAS friends tell mt that not having emptied Hi ,:ir).
must very
tire treasure chest upon 43
a notion of heaven the proud because I am 10 sensitive We know that
Tins seems to be an era of confession to see some Catholics vying for spacein Beatific Vision la ( to crltlcUm. It Is true Father !K. eti
an !Improvement t dowel us with all the
.* and apology. It is apparent newspapers to criticize our vener- on the harps and that my feelings are easily we need for fulfilling :,
I. ,
that many are hopping on the "what'i able institutions. It must be heartwarming hoaanna; but It atlll aeema t.4 I hurt, but Is It true that this Leo in His plan of creation om: .".,:n,

wrong with the Church" bandwagon.One to freethinkers outside the pretty dull to mt. Indicate great pride on my Tree art the only gifts for ". ,

could glean from the deluge of Church to hear Catholics reduce the The moralist says that the Frank J. s' part" So read an Inquiry -, we shall have to answer ;' .

criticism that Holy Mother the Church Faith of our forefathers to prejudiceand road to hell .U paved with Rbeed ';:" from a reader of this column. shall not be held ffspl, ,

hasn't been right for years. Some ignorance. good Intention; the cynic ," The answer Is, "No, hurt for the gifts which we .? K"

would have the Priest retreat to the If we are honest with ourselves we says that the road to heaven feelings are not neceasarlly
is paved with lout an indicatIon' of pride." Oar part In God' plan n\if\
and the
sacristy turn parish over to will have to admit our parents and opportunities be
the laymen. Many who have done little of enjoyment.Wt A be In normally balanced personality seemingly n very m grandparents did have a great insight ,- person may strong but to Cod it U a
Is. vr
to further the cause of Catholic educa virtue and still atffrr from accept himself as he ;
into the Church. They saw their pariah talk f seeing Cod fort Important part.Realizing .
tion are now calling for a cutback in Priest as another Christ. They saw to fare of our whole sell I. But though wt cannot Imagine hart Iceilaga.Grace He knows that he Is not perfect

our system. Still others would want the Bishop u the successor of the direct contact with tie 8n- what life In heaven will that he can goof and that, wt nOt
anesthetic.A .
bt like, we do know certain Is not an probably will but he also overly concerned with
the Church to turn into Being. ire l
a democracyand prime
Apostles. They saw the Pope u Vicarof things about it. saint itlll can suffer from feel a wholesome confidencethat world estimate of

abolish the hierarchy. Christ.: And the people wt talk to mental pain aa well u from he can deal with any reasonable status.Wt. our

It might not have occurred to some, Our forefathers established schools look sharply back at UK, aee- The principal ont U that physical pain.Extreme demands that may be have wandered s > ,

but the so-called democratic system when there was far less prosperity. tog In all this nothing they *. shall nee Cod face to fare, sensitiveness visually made upon him. He Is grateful from the subject of hurt <>.it.

has to a great extent disintegrated They sent Priests and Sisters from tan: recognize a* joy aayi 8t. PauL W. ahall not is an Indication of an to God for having made Ings. Coming back to it "

Protestantism into many sects.: It is their homes In proportionately greater They wonder If they could simply know about Cod. how. inferiority complex rather him who he is and not someone would emphasize again that'*(

this same system that in many instances numbers. Their loyalty to the Church stand it for ever and everKarl ever know tally Ills .tr richly, w* shall than of pride elseThis while humility does free ui

places the minister trained in must go unchallenged. Marx' friend Engel A person whost feelings feeling of satisfactionwith from excessive depenuer, e

theology subject to the members of his There is no doubt that although the rites of Iht tedium of personal Cod Himself, seen a* Cot are bruised at the slightest self Is not at odds with upon the judgment of ''lr.er

flock in such matters. Protestantism Church divine, it is still made up of Immortality", Thty will have taken the place of touch Is a person who alreadyhas the virtue of humility. Indeed humans, It does not x ..n.gulsh .

his ah} gays had difficulty speaking humans and subject in part to human wonder If Cod might let them the Idea of God In our mind. a low opinion of him It Is a basic Ingredientof In us the very mi-MI/

with one voice because of division. failings. However the Church has not have an occasional holiday The object of the intellect aelf Criticism and slight Intensify humility.It desire for the liking and the

There is so much emphasis on differences failed even though it has had its from to' much bll.**. a holiday li truth; In heaven our Intellect his painful feeling of Is pretty hard to be approval of our fellow men.
In wM .ii the
of opinion in the Church that failures. The critics within the Church I pleasures they will be in total contact Inferiority and wound him grateful to Cod for having When dislike or dldappru
the unity of Faith rarely makes now commit them with Inflnltt Truth. The act more deeply than they would made us what we are, If wt i Ia shown towards us by
news are constantly calling for change
for the acidities
There has been of lift In of the will Is to love and Itt wound a .person of normal are dissatisfied and unhappy others, It still hurts, no matter .
any so much and issuing apologies might well heaven *o we find Mark
pon object U all that 1* good In suxceptlbilUy. with the self which Cod has what our degree of virtu.
criticism that one parish Priest was der on the great faith of their parents Twain, In the book published. heaven our will& will be In It I Is true that a proud person given us. Except that It I Is The humble man, however

overheard aiking his confrere "what and the truly great accomplishments after his death, laying that that contact of love with the will be resentful of criticism : not voluntary and thereforenot does not panic In the fact of

have we" been doing for the last forty of the Priests and people of other gen practically continuous sexual Infinite Good. resentful that anyone culpable an Inferiority such hurt.

years? erations. Would that we could emulate ecstasy I* the ont thing that Nor shall wt be merged In should question his wisdomor complex really would dis- If the criticism or rejection

It must please our enemies no end this faith and unity. would make eternity tolerable the Infinite, lost In It, like a ability. However, the honor God. has been brought on by bin
drop In an ocean; wt shall be proud person will be angry own foolishness or error (he
of lienIn
This tort of reaction 1 I. na essence humility
Sacred rather than Inwardly hurt. to make the
Scripture mort completely ourselves moves necessary
the acknowledgement thatwhatever
tural enough Wt may some.times than wt have ever been. Wt Ht 1* mort likely to strike out correction in himself If the
have found ourselves gifts wt may pvem *-
I at his critic than to
shall know In weep on criticism or rejection haibeen
ont thing
hoping that heaven won't bt particular wt owe to (>od.Wt .
Petitions for eternal salvationIN that wt have never his pillow unjust, ht sees It at n
a* Inescapably spiritual u all
that! known-perfect harmony of It should be rememberedthat cannot take personal opportunity to share to

the soul and body; for the body a feeling of Inferiority credit for our assets. be they Christ's suffering, an opportunity
flnt five stanza of
the North (Zabulon and lint of ro..... wt art foulIng too will r..*.. In not the urns thing M the physical, mental or spiritual.Wt to gain merit and t to

psalm e7, a* "HI have already Nephthall). onreelveVt *. Quit. limply wt shall at virtue' of hamllJtjr.Psychological art grateful for whatever atone for sin. Ht does not

seen the author has Psther In the eighth ManM the \ In the last be complete men and talents God has given us. wallow In self pity.
been praising and for the author tarn from praise andthMnk of art exactly position women Instead of being what feeling of We try to ut them wisely Ht does not burden others

many favors lit has granted J..ha J. .glvlng to petition Imagine a small boy who cannot wt art here the rough Inferiority Imply a dissatisfaction and In accordance with His with his unhappiness, H*

file people throughout their why grown-up sketches of what men and with oneself, a rejection MIL Wt do not resent the doe not seek for a shoulder
(.at.lol watt their time
Ht ask that Rod send on poetry or of oneself. fact that others have different unletw 1
difficult but dramatic history.In science and women should be the raw ( It Christ's) to cry
forth JIll favor from HisTemple girl and ignore material out of which a full The average person, with aPop or even greater gift than on.
language whoM poetry the tin soldiers and cowboy
that Ht continue to
sometimes become rather outfit and humanity could be ahaped. _
rocking ho... that
bleu His people a* Ht has
obscure, ht has traced the remarkablt done an often In the past. art all bliss to himaelf.Wt Humanity you notice. Petal YIWord

advance of the the hairy crown" of III It I I..* a prayer for pence, s paaa from stage to stage Wt hall be Joined In nromunally

Israelites from slavery In enemies, ftaldler! on tht peace consisting In the submission of development, and our *f knowledge and
Fgy: |>t to Klnal''' and then to
and interests and
of all of Iirael' power love with ear fellow men of
march had little time God illuminates
the Promised land which or concern :
enemies to the ont true God. pleasures change. The man antis' a* wt hare naier
with divine help, they have for their phyikal appearance There of who Insists that what give know '.re.
are, course
wrested from the entrenched ; often they would go nationalistic overtone, In thlaprey.r him pleasure now its the only r OLLOWlNO la the first more we hate what wt might God while demanding ttt

Cana nltes. through a whole campaign but unmistakable aim kind of thing that ever will For just a* the goal! of each j'portion of the English call the inner experience of humility of the pupil and tk.

Finally In the fifth stanza, without cutting their hair. I III the desire I of the psalmist 1* assuming that ht will bt Individual I I. to grow to full text of the recent speech being completely subservientto obedience of the son, It I la

h. has given tiprMMon to Henct "Iht hairy crown: *." for the universal recognition eternally retarded perfection a* a man, ao the mad by Pop Paul VI In a body of teaching "which turn also confer author':;

hi* wonder and joy at the Not content with defeatingIlls and worship. of God. To see heaven a* barren If goal for the human race U the Sistine chapel. to the doe not com from our authority and prestige on the herald of

fart that Yahweh has chosen & people'" fora, lit will, also In vent 31 these foreign It lark the delight of the to grow to full perfection aa Lenten preachers of Rome but from that of a the Gospel. who dot not "

for HI. dwelling not the majestic lead back from captivity all nation art represented by present moment la to refuse a community. In organic On the first day of holy superior magutry. the more tend alanpty ,to ral e .-4

mountain of the north of Ills scattered children the animal who make their to grow up. Wt laugh at the union with Christ humanity lent wt greet In the Lord our doctrine will be authoritative spend his voice In the de,n
hut the retailvtly modest hill email and his out. wlU mirror the perfect community sacred and powerful but '
because h.
tiny cowboy
wherever they may be txlledIn : habitat there, Thus. "tht the dear and reverend parish precisely : a
of Sinn Jerusalem). fit. Mark Twain and hlaaexuallty of Father, Son and Each ont of us must be able this mandate Iralhis
the East (Basin) or the wild heart of the reeda la a Priests of Rome end thepr.lch..ra longs to
West the of art Juat aa funny Holy Spirit In whose image to say with Jesus "My teaching listener to the '.'
>ow, la tht aUlh aUiiM(2MZI ( depths the sea). reference to Egypt: where who during this accept
The In our own growing up wt all art created. 1s not my own but his who vine St. Fat. recalls
( ) h. break ont !Isle completeness of the vies amphibious monster 11 v ealong period will spread the wordof message; a*
fresh praU. .>f the lord who tory I I. expressed. In an exag \ the marshy. shores of here on earth wt realiit that What will all this be like God among the Roman gees' send" me. (John 7, 18)). ; "for the weapons of c t

has M>>> often been, and con* l.ntPllan.1! violent figure! not the Nile. each stage I Lt a mystery to the Wt hUt no experience to .. How great Is your ml\* Let each ont reflect that warfare are not carnal 1\..

llnara.. In be>, the salvation of uncommon In oriental poetry In the taut Stanza CUM) ont before It-th. big boy tell u., save In an occasional stun! the grace of the outpouring powerful before Cod to tv.
cannot to the little gleam or gllmp**. It 1 b amusing of Inner wisdom II '
i :
The seventh convey not generally demolishing of strongh :4
tUnu .
111. 'people rtlurne there an appeal to all the Wt think that the great.
the theme of the Ark'sentering of buy what pleasure ht find to speculate' but no more granted In abundance, the destroying of reasoni' s -
| !ople the earth to acknowledge ness. In this place and at this.
lit speak of Cod s* controlling tht Temple In the supreme dominion In girl, the grown man cannot than that. moment may surprise your nor would It be of benefit to Jen, of every lofty thing t" .t
"tht to the big boy Wt My, perhaps, that wt other, exalt '
paasagtways of solemn proreiwlnn. There art of Yahweh. convey spirit while this meeting particularly within itself against < e
death" ((21)t. keeping Hit singers and dancer and Ileautlful\ and powerful ai what pleasure ht find In shall talk to Phaketpeart andSocratesrather which brings u* together In the framework of the eccltlal knowledge of God, brit e "5every
faithful servants front mathemattri (or whatever). a* a small community, without .
enterIng musicians leading the way palm 67 may he, what can an act of reflection<< and of another mind into captivity
thoM fearsome path. and there art representatives such a thoroughly Itratlltt St. Paul, quoting laalaa. boy talk to his elders! stout prayer aim at strewing source to comfort It and the obedience of ChrUt \tl

guarding their precious Urea. from the tribe of the South prayer mean to UN* Much I In says of the lift God has prepared what he mean to bit when htU solemnizing and blessing the render It practically useful, Corinthian 10, 43)).

The lArd, however, crushes (itenjamln\ and Jutla) and of deed'fothtr for u.. that eye has not grown up. Ont thing wt origins of your ministry of that of the mandate, of canonical No one would dart If' V
It nor ear heard It can be lure of-tven F.nplstuuM Investiture
'Nn nor which I tribute
the word; that U to say, the to himself *o m:>
-- the heart of man In any way not find It tedloua. A*. order the exerclM of individual
mandate whkh confers it authority particularly In a
MlchotJ V. Conn** imagined ILQuestion I hop. w* now know upon you, the action which charisma world In which trust In I"1

r Mission' tf Nombrt 0. Dl,. place In your aoul the discipline KcrleU" ..tle preM-klng. wt validity of thought and nt'enct

boxQ. of the Word of God knee, demands n ....jle. for religious truth are 84

arid, therefore, allow, the compromised, unless an a'>

QRGAt: ClUptGRS in thought of Got to enter your In the Churrh of Ood no thortsed magUtry/ *u< h n

thought until It .U filled with one ran nuke himself a nits that of the Church did r t

Many times table talk wonder a vi energy or with t.r.T support the shepherds cf

f lonl ( CAtholic history Irreprevnibl and at the same hit I second dependency. acute and the preaching 'd.

time ineffable ".lMl m and thi' fmthfulnewi to the trugtslr God' Word with the t-".

-' turns to Lenten queries with' the simple but formidable > '* tht Church, which' a. roomy of authenticity and tf.

(......... It a native of Peru who runt lit ltkew|.. rep.rted that duty, that of communicating puree falthfttlnewi to the seal of security.T .

:Y 14111. at the beginning' of been tfpotnttd .' *ncl. can Ito native. had learned Ik* H.. .lrtc tr* the Uw to be eating between<< meals' to others, of announcing raagUtry of Christ and of bt rontlnned.M. .

I the Fran,'t$ran push wtat.ward mmmlMarv general of the In- Sri .l writing Ill. tU4U|. .f lass In r.g.H l* eating In and not permitted. to other, to the faithful

rinrtda was visited by die for the pur''''t of recruiting wrr* published Uwkkk a ..- she etenltxt, May ... pet elf IHd you .u think that the and to the profane world the J. Murray

Fray L'-'.a Ceronlmo dt Ore, ml.sionarles foe liar k. talllt "Marlir '_rt ..HI .U... U Ik. IkxteM might ht eillfW by voict of Mlvatioii.Ye sirStrange
Ida. Twenty nln of Ma re* .I rMW.." your fast rather than In- *. 1.10"01) brother. It I isearful

milts had arrived In l tl113 evening rhea Inked| ..t aulted! She houki bt *i edt to b* nwtMknu of
(On the of Indtan but
to increase the total oftancUrana where refresh.,M.BU will k* this principle of the true
wetting It ahouM. b* said h.rtth.t fled even if the Kit gone to ministry
> In Xlorlita. to 3X.Talker COM of the FramtnoaM InFather Ke .."e4'1 Tk tmu... maybe once trvublt to prepare a reH of the word to as never to

forget lu dignity. Ha liberty Copntght 1_.. NCWC Ness Ser 'e
lheft"rid'\1 Or* ..
site ,**...1111".ii .( ski wls! reli. NfIII-.d a dcthtnary. A A hoist will try to ire thtafar Its auiAortty and Its .""'nt'-
perM hv *
In order that in the
.ta>*. .*4 .! the MflkiMl that grammar, and devvtiaul 'UUN eating meat on very art '1gr Aertcrtr !
Catholic J 1 the frUr sane ...Ug ,. 4.. and practical 'IOU in II.Tlmucuan ... fast BMy not eat between J"rtt..,. But It U better to of perceiving the tremendousand : 1Atleuai aor.errt
,salt I tfl fact tM U un- Mates. Mule In- prophetic aspect of the l
.lop thew.Satisfied ....1\06... thus raw your a 2
nuking It pM.U4. fort daulM.41y the ml" cltmt\ll\ n".IM'I.n to give office of prttchtag. wt may rot. intt
...... .. that r__l pn< T. a acanrtaL nrt be derived of the grartwMen IGURrA.f '
*. n *>er" Indians on the northeast part' of the hMM at for Am.e4. '

'A ATMcuo, no**. I** was Wing mattt here, ht rrturnei AIoIat arownd !it. AufMM .* .. the prttu UK" Thert .U toe tang thai atlnenCathatte BccMnpna4et It and .5 r u' a..srt.r rater, "
to tht PruvtnrS wMck' not soil nwket
eau ..i mi .*.... 1555. govern Warn th art of satin seal TIM .. ttf fast know. ab* a tCathoMn. prcntmg > ZiL
of C'on<-.IICha In Kpaln. In *a ree.rrMRg ptwt.. Is' also ahDa.a
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FrUsj rrbmarjr M m' found U*. to cuoMMtv fao t\nt 1leekr .... iAas tar. ... be ..sa.i. ,.e.Ae .ttrf */ pow. bsTee .1 aM. .....
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I 1'6e rUrid QUiolk Friday February tS, 1S64 'V.'r. .

Church in Haiti seen real target of

regime that expelled all JesuitsXCWC

Xews Servlc of standing up against!! him." which could be Interpreted' aa with 'Boas' Felix, who

The 18 Jesuits In Haiti alighting the Haitian people. worked on the construction of ,
MEMBERS of the Jesuit all members of their society's One of these photo showed the house. 'Boca Felix resembles

community in Haiti French-speaking province of two young Haitian girls Maglolr a little, It's

expelled In toto from that Lower Canada, with headquarters very pretty and under th.mtho aald."

Caribbean nation on Aah In Montreal-were caption: 'Arc they ripe What are the dor....t. .
Wednesday-have revealed responsible for vital work In for Hollywood hatlag? hp S dp'
they arc..ed yea of
details of their last days behalf of the Church in Haiti: "On finding this the authorities

under the authoritarian regime They conducted the nation's (at the airport) "Two reviews Spirltains

there. only senior seminary; they seized\ my files my personal and' Orient and a copy of

Those who were Jailed suf- also staffed the sole laymen's correspondence with my superiors the declaration of the Jurists' schoolMany I

feted major discomforts but retreat house. and friends. Then meeting at Geneva condemning Executive group plans new

no torture. Others they told me: You can pick the Duvalier regtm
only A key fig n !. the vat of St Father Neil A. Sager, Father Henry Frederick" William O'Neill. Lloyd
under police surveillance. ap .. father Pan) Larome theM up at the police station "1 also had with m* a project of the parishioner back
o ier was
and Father James F Rrnnel and Frank Nlcaatro;
Ormond Beach will be J. Bergeron
parently were treated with at four o'clock this after for a radio school which Brendan's
HJ. who attachedto
WM Mi the fund aising Herllhy, second row, Matthew row, Arthur Mach, Frank Bowen.
relative courte y. But the the Portia-mar. retreat noon. had been submitted to aakcd to serve on -t

Church was forced to pay 110.... aid who" operated a "After the military inspection sereor (German CathollQ I I committees) for a school. Initial' Queenajt Robert Earlry, John Francis Otto. George Mitchell William -

$200 In connection with the mall radio .UUu. there the customs inspection ereas technical aid operation planning! has begun on the campaign Thomas, A. M Field, Paul Dc- Maruney, Thcovloro Kniffen

Jesuits ouster-two missionary which broadrott rellgio followed and we went ) a project bearing the by from the left seated, aupre. Joseph XIcQulllen, Samuel George) O'Kine and Gerald Luke.

Bishops having to promise aewa' and taaght reatttag astdwriting. through that without anytrouble. approval two Utter from Thomas Lcule. J. Herbert Bhn, Paluccl. John P. Ijuhart, Charles

the money The expel.lees I. UUhopa. The outline pr*"nt- Edward T, Carey Charles Sciollno Parks Steven Diet Jr., Francis
otherwise ed the situation as it exists In --- --- ---
were threatened "I left my luggage and ---- - --- -- -- -- ----
with mace imprisonment The Priest, on of justly went out. I greeted people I Haiti When the project was

Arthur Laramee of Montreal knew and went to find Father explained the Interrogators law Coming events
was arrested January 31, on who waiting were burned up. It mad Urges food for peace I
HameU was
Haitian official. gave as his return from Canada. Arrested them furious. tau .l... .... h.... ......".. ._.., ...u... .... ......
the reattost for the npulliion l Brother for me outside. There, they w... ".. lust ,.t.."... Ad.l..1 ....,.. ........ ."1
only the nonspecific chargeof with him was SJ. mad us wait We aacsr'tamed "The project had been accepted be extended expanded N -".....
Francois Xavier ROM all the officers MUervor\ and the
that by ,
..t.aMt'l1rt! \\ 8t
conspiracy against the technician of the radio sta Trhluum March 1 to March flprln,
government. and customs official were Al wlollc Nunciature In Pork WASHINGTON (NC) Spokesmen for many of thecountry' 3, women of St. t'hi"I.*) par Mary MagtUlriv M.dttand. Et
50OUOfrom /
reading our manuscripts andletters a\\1. Prince received | ,
tion.They held Incommunicado relief agencies have called iah. 7:A) pm. M. Chart'** Mary Ma. Here overseas
One immediate cause, it appeared at that Urn. After this organisation while voluntary .
in retrospect, was that for 12 days until three hours of waiting, they I waa In jail on congress to extend updat and expand the United Church OilanOo. It"'

one of the Priests was foundto they were taken to the airport took us to Fort Itmanche.There "I hue been reproachedfor State food for peace program. Forty Hour I""Vllt"ie..

have In his poMcaslon a for deportation. Arrested the chief: of police criticizing\ the govern First enacted: in 1954. the current fowl for i
copy of the August, 1963, report at the same times was Father said to us: 'If the Duvalier ment My defense waa to say legislation; expires December 31. In 10 years the program \ 11\: ) a m.? March Ito Daytona Beach

of the international commission Paul Hamet SJ. assistant government Is strong Its be- that In Canatl* when" the has sent more than $20 billion worth of surplus March 10.
of Jurists declaringthat head of the radio operation. the are strong. bad law ofneedy rWly hours' evotlnn, fit.
cause police government passes a agricultural' products: overseas and aldoi<< millions
He was released after several Taut Haytona teach, March looks
Halt under President Ftjrnitvjro
"We were told that my recent say no education everybody ivrsons throughout
Francois Duvaller It days In the Infamous Fort li to March 1?. Gftivj; Card I
oppressed trips to Bogota, and the can protest the world. partk..Ur eiwohMla. III mia
by a tyranny In Dtmanche jail.t'arlo.a Canada: along with the rent party (tarred Heart LLOYD COX
ono to 1 hav criticised before lag the |>rvrM: I. *P iid
In last week
which "human rights and Jesuit Fathers Brother ROM', were a means government I told them testimony h agriculture sub the as ol t'J. s./pht. loud Guilt!. spoiMxr, April 'H, Jack Office SuppliesCL
a <>u**
fundamental liberties are granted aeporate Interview of rejoining the (anti fht "But this. doeunt mean that r mmilte weighing iten for mmmnnlty. r...lIhmoih aonvllle arilen Center

totally disregarded" at the. HU Jean .. Brebeaf valler) rebels, and that we I denounce everything that and rtvUlon eat the rh. wieasit) a* (flame, April II. Cap* 7,1473

The Duvalle regime, as the college .. Montreal where were followed by the police It dots.' Ion spokesmen for voluntary program school such ,r.cram* and (\ll\n1 t Inn Melbuurne, 9 III North leach Street

Jurists'\! report declared, sees they were, temporarily quartered. in Haiti, to the United States, Thea criticisms, moreover aienrte said It haa paid fad f.,.>worhII .....,....1.. p m. to I a m Women's CluK
the Catholic Chunh as "the and that w* were awaited on Our l lady ">f IxHinW pariah,
only organized force capable: return to I'ort-au Prince. were not made publicly iilvM\ r (a to the U.K. In th* also Mid L'R officials. When la IUto4 Slay At

Father Laramee, SI, and a our or destined for publitatlon. form of pall will and to rei lmlnUtetlng the program' In spllrlsorParish 1*. *
key man had apparently recovered How were, yea treated <.r. They '" .r. strictly containedIn intent cuuntrle in the form the field 1 1 thtiulil t.I given rant p-uty lUlh |(WhoolCafeteria '.V.V W

Daytona Beach completely from his lag year arrelT strictly personal| diru- nl imprtvfd nutrition and inure "flejihillty than they ,1I.h-111 Kenny Ja'ka.snvlll., Won .

Jail ordeal He was calm and IIM'nt.--ltltrs to superiors, a community developmentBut now enjoy.It.prea.ntatlvee. ,

at ease. We began at the "As political I prisoners. report to Mtaerevr. they, also. urged of other en'a Oulhl, H"II\IIII.t. e.. .......... all'.. 1NA
There Wit no difference between | | .._,.... Mwae.
start WeU ('II."... In the program In
lwwsch .* had relief aUo
voluntary group
and the others. Uk yes
us ,, _.. A.ll..le te.w.al. .
Roiwta, did toe laiern>go> Of'tlfor-In the word of tel "- called for estenahm grill rvlalun *- PRINTING .. .. hrh.a .
Father J.,...., how 414 them w* slept on a mat on 1 r..lls. .
John )'. McCarthy, aasUtant ,. .... ......
signs "
.UtU h Ile4sihelweett tee
your arrest take pUce. ? the floor; w* had the sam ton try I* e a of the |>n.ram l.... PrM aced< food the sam treatment year artlvltle and eiecutlv director of Metvln Ujera, an official of hIMI" Ce.I IIns ItldgewsotIeal.

"It was at the moment escepi that w* received some tho.* ., father Jr.. |Upl.l. Catholic Reset .rvkes-Na Cburth Work Service. overseas M.Mwf. e._ e1 I. Ilnlly ilia

IiBANQUET when they were searchingour special consideration. Thus Oorfe (foeMer HalUaa Mlif tional I CatholW Welfare Coti< relief agency of the National CL 2-4214 1)1 Mae'eCa ('I. I 13"

baggage, and they came for the first two days they Isle. .. KdorolloM), who' UU f..nc-e-"to reolli th* objrrtlvea > Council of Church,

upon some photographs let us wash twice a day and Mid I. wetlag !I. the of Ole Investment Inhuman joined In the appeal' for a
.. .. .. 1'tAga". whkn" lie at ..r"
"multi iterulon.
oat our rice with spoons.' ( ( blasi capital oven KAY'S RESTAURANTNEWLY
Welcome Travelers throw the 11.1.... grt"They >>' Ui. heart of fusel' for peat, ale talked for the government -

After thai pee had to eatwith. ..a'T The last for |...r* .legUla- to ataum the coat' cfuroon ENLARGED I MDCCORATEDALACAKTl

Fvmihiro year flaftrsT"Yes. i tom public law 4*X) has two trnapi Inauraiw on aa1 fUll COURSE OINNtlSrK
Perch and Patio Specialties asked m* J. L'rMWr. title I MMAOI fASTRlES Mil fAIKlNO
Ire B lVa that they whether i lapseHotta Till II turn atmlee.
Rattan. Wrwghl knew bather C ILOCKS WEST OF PIER
farm MAIN 3TR1ET-1
U.H. prmlurta 7)4
FACILITIES Aluminum took everything away from surplus Th same renunmondatlofl
what his Impact U. I an
Bash u.. W* had no breviary no are etrhanred fnr foreign was ma*!. by Vloonlunor McCarthy
Highway I Ormond W.... no roaary. We were awered that 1 had one met rar",nel. Under Till II. who, eotlmateil.. thai

For your noif' social: I or I bus:- condemned to absolute Inactivity hire, but that I was unawars U.S. surplus ,. iV',nle>| W this. would MV the voluntaryagenrle

lieu function ha.. *. y ear W* had nothing to of all tall activities. They foreign muntrie. sItU/it) yearly thatthey Cunningham Oil Co.
"..* affair at tko EMBERS.WXa POWDER PUFF were able to connect m* with .
read. A (Haitian cabinet) The law diesels the PreoioVnt rouVt applyn, other relief
BEAUTY SALON minister said at one point Father George because withIn In adminiaterlng Tttl and r.twbllltAltlntIh..-
\ .. .... tilt; of the period of two tan I CL 3.7622 DAYTONA BEACH
e f your Creativo Hair: St"119 that we were being treated I1. to "mak \tee of th. (.till Ur..
function from lOt. I ISO had twice goo to |W>f ; aa officers ar*. This U. abaolutely tie of votttftUry relief ag.tv A rawtionary not waa
tKr i is tvitablo waiting Parmanonh, Sit.., L.nd9 connection with the red I.i,
a room
false.l Paul C M -
toe to the eaten pfeetlrr'hle' anuMal by KmiU
zoo yow.TV and Tmtin; ) "Our clothe were taken schools and had been bark ICanada Lutheran WofM ll.H., Km- rU4 I, Tre4''*|'* 4ZjL
a... M. ._+. .a .." twin'lie >
..... away and we were left be,*. pie iMfMneMl l the .u' for Moving A Storage Co, ZAfenU
torvic tK. tie. N .w All..S .. 4 C''I'' ''' 't.II.I ...u...*,, Daytona p
food* *., vrythina Mttill9. ........ t..... ..... footed with, only undershirtand pee aaow why yes the ......r''. l.,.... value'Sari poor .program but warned. AlJ.ir.il: VAN LINr t', IS' ''feii
shorts. After the tint vvlwntaryagntia
,.11'"? a gal I A at having
wer et"No.
..J St h.ftCI104 with ., relief. afeoey,, >r.: M""II'
may UtTnrt
allowed ..
two days were to l. .m. tin def ntfent -
rh* utm.t cart. wash only onr a daWer /." I hirer knew why I ba.L.. .Nt dl.lrte.t.d del 0n r' "".>.>'. I"I. lee ... n,wphII-dL, slaw bee M. bird, ,IlllrOUIIH U.\II'I

ItaCaft. ..1Idnull rooJOp was erp*1t.ct. LUlrg ua OIl' WII... .*.... ., t.>. .."rlf .. rated U a..........'* that
,.. heft !. *.*!.- of Jail I"IIOk Ua right I,. **.d ohr.ad ...., the frgros ..
** IPJU.'tJ II P.M. I. tofcnur ........*. parlk GENERATION JEWELERS -. SINCE till"
EMBERSImperial the airport without speaking *. tiny thue. at..n.jrl Mtllurrhee

Banquet. FaeSt** Ye*". a single word to us. At the I.eat year CltJU-NCU'C; aM ahwuJil !_ "neitner Wm. A. Rirzi & Sons

doted Mozart (Father I..rsme*'! reply air terminal I eftraunteftxl tot mule than 74 mlllWn. chit' 'In fart Slut In the e. lm.(. of
House here bore out the assertion of my mlWoa,te*, and thought J dress .In foreign cwuntrl MiarhuW the puMK lnaUumen'4 of ...:....4 J.-t .

SAN REMO the Canadian chart d'''- very good of them la fom II. hutch lo<
I9M S. Atlantic: RESTAURANT 1.1rH In Port'su.Prtnce, aeo m* off, But they Mid t ) 17 million pawns through
Chart Bedard. that he was pr *>. are gulrg slung withyou. fasntly' feeding dtatrlbutlon

FW CL 2-1511 i I2t0 SO. IIDOEWOOO barred from muted with tho W* were afraid they of UA "rpaUIL Currenlly Wv* MtSCllfTKONS" FlUID LIMES DUPLICATED

Daytona Bach CL 2-1357 jailed J""Ita. Bedanl protect wf seating ua off without agency dUUlrnrtea about 14Uttlan : t
and Brother ROM.:" '" ."
*.! to the Haitian gmrnme-t you puwwU ul Amerkanswplu CONTACT .." ARTSICIALUNhES )

that this was a violation .* Owe bet *oe*
tile Universal Declaration MIHumaa e..d4ee to W Ike rotor. ash. ,*.", ... ....,., .

NEW OWNERSHIP INVITES YOU Rights) ret the fhorrk !. Haiti ofieeaO lr..-ntUg these Tgur* U -

I TO DISCOVER Now keg ..... yea l*)<..> !'"* 1.peIaS*..., the haw rubrwrnmeHe*. Metv SCHWALM OPTICAL
M IKattu
at.- CartHf *
THE ?rlmptiiicmtL TWINS regaled? "It I* very hard I.* anawerTb Uwwa" |*rU fMU... Mf It) MOAOWAY Cl ) UU DAYTONA

"w, lMirr*tlon UatHatnwt Churtta ha* t**' ...| for pea., ratexdH fto.B .
we.keeel nunverValtr. (**
two hour. Brother ef NervKo 'tied shay rar

4- ,- R>.* was Inlatvegewd **p rauly Ira the tmyrooakin that tN** ,... wit .K* redgk/us" r.eieceLZdiW7 FL RID ID F ll DAYTONA aiN:ua,3i;:..

f"P1. for about three o.aarUravt Haitian rriMU ai* ft Urt alas rtessi OP OAMOH MOMS
.__ ._ bo fared lmisun..tl' with ta
... aa boor one fMMMy"II /
: .. *.** eptrtlual proMrm. M FURNITURE
;: 1 got the ImpreMiMi that they are I'J IC M have. to -*. urged this" tM peon abe .
f.ft: ',., I"- a1.b1
staid a*
lour (.4 inManroM ..
: they were mor UM r.pc.ewskma of these '
than Hi .... ru.. aa M su...tii withIn
aria on U* nwarvwxTK .
Ift-Kat do .4. .*. attfci .. )u.IgsuM.. li aelkaIFh. SHOWROOMSRobert
ally p <* OrMUno fable ear
a..ll .... ... n .. -ar-r.... n"ot*.r .ata Jz't:; :.:::
h.a" M*. tM crtner i4 ye.dullw. any t.. *Uwa M ej '
THE DIPLOMA CENTER .. ., they a.ke.d fcf I.rretoy > L White) Pr ,.
rtK. (1'p.IrreI *
*f .t" Mro
IM. K" .. N.Ila /hid 1- ,.." lass IKH wM ettott*. t..... V -* .a tM sea M wot he ..........,., A*,*.. CM Kik, ../ t]
SM.....M e* II.enel.ce and Urw ef
,..... ., u- P.54.4 I /.t. ...."...., hwrtl. .M U. TERMITES Sheewue 0,,..... r.J 1oAII.ei
bee the .H.-
r... N.g1.M. N ,- ..... nr..ry $...... 011 reel pe.fr.sisgM
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Paul VIImprove -"1lris 8 The Florid CathoBc Friday, February 28, 1941

mediocre Christian life Bishop Griffiths mourned;

to fulfill destiny, Romans told funeral held in New YorkNEW

YORK NC Solemn Pontifical Mass of Re
ROME (NO)-Going out to be with the people of his and our salvation, U outlinedIn ( )-
diocese of Rome on the second Sunday of Lent Pope the words of the Holy quiem for Auxiliary Bishop James H. Griffiths of New
I Paul VI Scripture<< a* a vocation York was offered on February 27 in St. Patrick's cathedral
told them that the destiny of Rome Is such that an
Christianity must be lived fully here or rise it Is be appeal a call, s reawakening.St. by Francis Cardinal Spellman Archbishop of New

trayed. Paul says, live your vocation York.The
brothers" the Pontiff M 60-year-old prelate died last Monday at the rectory
The Pope went by automobile were able to get Inside the
on February 23 to the church and to the thousands emphasized. r of St. Monica church where he had been pastor
Turning to the modern since 1955.
parish church of Our Lady of why was there phenomenon of urbanizationPope gallon In Washington, he also
Lourdes at Tormaranlca, on "I have come among you," Paul noted that whileIt His death resulted from a nerved as a special represent
he aid, "to the n heart attack. Extreme Unctionwas
see new lathe of a Vatican service
the outskirts of the Eternal Implies a social transformation ,
church, which does honor to administered\ Father Information .
: by dispensing re
City. The previous Sunday he which .U gourl In Itself ii
thIs suburb of Rome, and to
had officiated at afternoon It may lead "to discarding religious John C. Cannon of the rectory garding prisoners of war
pray with part of my flock staff.Bishop which came to the Vatican
tervlcei at St. Plus X churchIn traditions, to spiritual
and observe
to the
promisingparish from countries.He .
Rome Monte Mario dis life lethargy. Griffiths was bornIn enemy

trict. organized which Catholic already: action has Pope Paul added that It also .. Brooklyn New York, July was named. titular BUh.
-- -
18, 1900, son of the late James
Pope Paul w a i loudly welfare organizations Implies cultural tranxfoi'ma- .p of Gala to serve as a.tit
groups Chapel in new Orlando convent Henry arid Helen O'Neill Grlf.flths. .
cheered as he arrived at Tor. and religious movements tlon that may fouler a utilitarian lary Bishop. of New York In
maranlra'i modern church mentality which threat He wa graduated from Xovenber. 1949 and was eon.
which li surrounded by soarIng "Mj visit aloe! Asa a deeper ens the vocation of the Chris Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley to the Community's work in the north. St. John's University, Brooklyn serrated em Jannarr 18, 150
apartment houses built rrunn: to reawaken the Chrl- tla n. kneeling above, in the chapel, offered west section of Orlando. The convent before going to Rome to by Cardinal ftpellnan.. : In the

for modest.Income families.' tlan conscience, to encourag Warning that urbanization Mass following the dedication of the serves St. Charles pariah, Bishop Moore make hU studies for the same cathedral where kla fnar >
Met at the church door by a re"'pon.e to the ChrlitUn can lead man to think onlyIn newly constructed convent for Sisters High School and Morning Star School Priesthood. He was ordained .l services wets held.
Lulgl Cardinal Trsglla, his voratlon. term of his exterior life of St. Joseph of St. Augustine aligned for handicapped children. in Rome March 12, 1927.
and become He filled various parish assignment Bishop Griffiths continuedwith
to --- -
ro-vl1r general for Rome, forgetful of -- --
"The whole of the Gospel
and by other dignitaries, the his Interior life and his alms, In the Brooklyn the military ordlnartate.
the whole of the divine economy the Po aald l. diocese until World War It until 195 when he was named
Bishop of Rome first knelt |* : Mass offered for
to aid Requiem
comes our
of St. Monica's
before the altar In prayer for "In Home either Christian when he became chancellorof pastor church.
a few minutes. ity Is lived fully or It Is betrayed. the military ordlnarlate In In recent years Bishop Grif
This Is the vocation of 1943. During the war at the fiths has been active in affairs
Then hit walked out. Mass at Shrine Home We do not want mediocre K of C leader Luke E. Hart request of the apostolic: dele- of the United Nations. H*
through the square In a modern WAMHINUTOV (!SC) A miserly cowardly per served as representative of
adaptation of the indent Requiem Mass was offered pie, shady people who live the Holy See in connectionwith

Lenten station ceremony here In the National Shrine only! by expwllenre. We want ST. Inns (NC)-Pontifical Requiem Mass was of. Knight made a monumental Named Bishop of a number of meetingsof

Reentering the church, the of the Immaculate Conceptionfor strong, responsible people fend here for Supreme Knight Luke E. Hart, 83, an officer tontrlbutlun to the f.H trholarljr \- U.N. sgencle
Pope tat In a chair placed before the repose of the soul of who know that they are called of the Knights of Columbus for 45 years and the rommanllx by flnanrlng Canadian Bishop Griffiths was a
the main altar. There he Luke R. Hart, supreme knightof upon by Cod; to fulfill a great society's head since 1953. the mlrrofllmlnf of the 40OlU see founder and served ss president .
delivered an extemporaneous the Knights/ of Columbia. tleKtlny." r. |>rl 'rlr' .. documents la the in 1941 and 1942 of the
address, explaining< to the several For ten minute before the Joseph Cardinal flitter \all.-an library. VATICANCITV I onPope Canon Law Society of America .
hundred persona whoM Mans, bells were tolled In the Archbishop of St. I/ntln, tower contributed to the Mr. Bartolc diet fered the Mass on February ri The films are now available Bishop Gerald E. Carter 1919. He also was a founderof
shrine by the Knights< at 22 In the Cathedral of St. Lake K. In permanent facilities provided of London Ontario, as Bishopof the annual Fordham Unlterilty -

Hart's' .u //.lItllJn. Father Priest Nun fouls.ftlshop. Halt i by the Knight at St. that see.RUhop Conference on ):astern
John J, Murphy, assistant' dl. w Louis t'nltendty.Hart Carter succeeds Rite
Charles P. Greco of
rector of the shrine, offered was responsible' for Bishop John l'. Cody, who He Is survived by a l\.ster.\
}} the Macs lent Saturday of Diocese Alexandria Louisiana, ai> bringing about a major con died on December" S, 1M3. Helen Griffiths of Brooklyn.DUKESSTEEN .
prime chaplain of the fraternal tribution to the National
mourn father benefit society of Cath Shrine of the Immaculate The new Ordinary Is sn authority
win elected to the In In the field of Catholic
pout :
r ;)l lttta.t.l .., olle men, spoke at the corv Conception In Washington.
cr.i. 19AO. education He Is a brother of
: '"4 O.Pn '...... at 1.1 ft W f....- ........ I. ...__ 0111.1INMonaignorCharles A, Itartok elusion
r J.: Ph. 142ltICt >"-l,J!.nc* s.mc.! Kt, Charles parish,, pastor returned of Greco said Hart In the HnlghU since I9IH were received from Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario. 310 So. Florida A*..
4 ""7J "lived a life entirely spent when he sass elected to the He was born March 1, 1912,
TuewLy following the funeral A ml*to Cardinal. CI -ognanl. MY Ml21 UV.UnJ
; ETERSBURG ST, AUGUSTINE In Ford, New Jersey, for God, fur family and for board of director. In 1023 h* papal secretary of state, on In Montreal. Following ordination
ColumblanlNm lie will b w"11 elated supreme advocate, In 1917 he became
of his father I'harles >'. JOIr. behalf of Pope Paul VI, and a
a |H't h* held until elected
welcomed by Our HeavenlyFather school inspector.
ink from President London B.
HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL Mr IJjrtok, who ws bornIn with words
Air CftnJ'tfffWd';' Chap*!-Parking Lot 18'NI In Hungary,, died suddenly the tailing heavenly Joy 'Knter kingdom\ now Into Throughout the society he The Prf-nt'l" message"' de School in Montrealand I" r.c..Ao... _.. M..*I1T
pre. wa "Mr. Knights of Coluin- was a cofounder of the
FOSTER L HEATH. Fv .I Director TliuriHlay, February 20, pared for you.: |)l..rrd the (OKU to time Churrh, SEMINOLE lEACH
St. Thomas More
In Kurdd, fulloMlng a heart at- bun" and during his ten year Institute for
L..r."d. Florida Phone 4124111' tack He and his wife had "HU artif militant. ('...- reign a* supreme knight, he of (idnmhuw of "a rltl/en who adult education He was consecrated '1. r.......... ....ansi
Ular'Ih..lr family In the nllrlljr\ ha been nc'ultal" threttrd: a campaign that bjr word and action gave cv a Bishop In I9w!

New Jersey community, In. world over W'. willmis. brought membership over the |>rr..'lon tn the highest, Ideal!
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME Mr. tUitok I I. mourned by him, but hU plrlt will one million mark, increased of patriotism"Stats PHONE 177-7524
Ms wlikiw\ and another IIun. hour e.rr a",*. MM HUn.* lnouran 11lo to more
Phone 147.3111 Colonel Henna IUrtr who Is (Irero.Hart. than one billion dollar and deputies from many
: KISSIMMEEeooLOIIIIT ( stationed with the United strongly burke l the famed state, a number of vke *u- A. P. BOZA I RIVERSIDE' CHAPEL
: IN CKNTIUI. I'IOIU" States Army In Turkey, ; and dle
Operating (,'.der. ..... Yams sad Ma..t two daughter. Sister t'harlrs. In the hospital of St. Raphael, blg-clrtulatlon magazines Fourth Degree, state clvip- TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
Mail KHJ, of hi, Jo ph'a New Haven, (Connecticut! The and prrlodlraK halos and members of the
Convent, Jensen Heinh; and Knights have headquarters In A staunch advocate of explicit order participated the tribute
Mrs AltM-rt ZuU-r of Wtlmlrg- that rlty. Assn'late Hid l Hart recognition ">f the na. to the deceased Supreme
JOHN S. Rh ODES JH. ton i lfUjre.. Iltump 111 February" Irt, butneverthelrta tktn'S dependence upon (.nrl. Knight at the funeral home GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME
The funeral took plate at worked a full Hart Initiated the campaign and the cemetery. AMBULANCE SERVICE

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ilequlrm Mans II am, February day February 17 On February which MW mngrewi insert In Horn near Malay Iowa IRADENTON -720 Mana. Aye. W..
21 at Our Duly "f Pear 1R h* MM admitted to the 1WV4 the words. -mxlrr (test|." Hart moved to St Louis as a
1711 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER PW 444-JOSS Church In Kord. MtmnlgnorIlartnk hospital where |ihy..IHai>s In the p4ctt"t! l uf allegtiiiK to young man and began prattle ANNA MARIA ISLAND- 4000 Marina Dries

wa celrhrant of th.. found he had suffered a heart the flag. of .law there. In I'lOS! h*
Ma<.. Mr H-irtuk was. burled attaik. He WM a roiMlntent foe of married the former Catherine
Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc. In Reiiirrerllon IXuenanCemetery >> Burial was In Calvary. ('em- rommuntont and a _ler 'In J O'Connor who Is now dead. BRETT FUNERAL HOME

every here.Vmlrr protects against' US InvHatkMth Hart .U aurvlted by two eons 34S4IOI AMBULANCE SERVICE
AMBULANCE SERVICEThe Last Friday Xffm"lgnorPartok'i the rule of the *> \ U YugoubvUs Marshal. Luke .;.. and John P? both .
|JllrIJlt'tt>nen Line) tiny' the .u|>reme kntghi Tito to M_K this cwntry. of St. Lout. five grandchildren
I1net Hen Ire Available. ItegartllriM of Your Means with the a
Man relebiaied In St (Tarter the deputy auprem knight, : hart and the Krilghu of St. Louts, and Herbert
President W. Ford LF.D.
T. R. Downs, D. Church by Father' HrtnUUrftenenevkh John W "Mrlrvitt fi.roerKh board of director publicly o>- of New Haven, operatic

10431th AYe"* N., Sr. ".**"butt PS. "2..0' for the rep... tif K'l lupertntcmlrnt tf \', _,!J.thorn pkired the M(It. 'n* manager fur the K of C. sae.r..i.. T. T.w.e a..... .t, e.s..N, ,,
the soul of Mi lUrtok. : MC JK'hu.ri'a, vr ij fader Marl' gaideac., the M V h; //.Jrl.!"!.,. t.t..a. e..a ..e o.n..4 i. a a/


F. H. O9.J. T.lephen. Holwil .\. Fltk. """" C". P..rnlta.

Funeral Director HE S-J124 t"UMnl1hrector W Funeral Director

Osgood Funeral Home HOME

raygen & Radio F/tulpped' Amtraknces

Park Blvd' 1 .11" St, N..

O 107 t.A.... A....
",".IU. Park. FUrUaJONESJOHNSON' ;' 2= 1s 1. 1 Wfl 6 ST. CLOUD

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Ilao.,l yrttlraf Serving Eu ti$ & Vicinity Sine 1915
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St. Joseph Sisters'convent blessed, Orlando I Zeller, Kennedy & HamlinPUHERAL

FUNERAL HOME Monday morning of this week The bm.jng adjacent to Si tine Florida, who teach at thecbtwls I :
Archbishop I' 1I.t. Charles. HOME:
Jowph ) |ariikh and IUhop Moore and who staff Vlorntac'
311 MAIN ST. GAINESVILLEHAROLD bl< *rU this otrot on the shore Nigh JJch..J. IM the nrw home ofSttter Star Sehoul for the hAndirapf

A. JOHNSON AMIULANCE. SERVICE of little lAke .'aLrYww. Orlando. of St Jonrph.. of St. Au M.. AMBULANCE SERVICE

R,, F D. FR 4-SUI -- -
Rally held New
\ Atn1/tNt ///tmorittf? CMU/V/V Jft publication
". MuMMtI i\ti>> w... uwui M '''III\UTt)\ I\n) A

SERVICING AMBULANCE SERVICE toolv look pert .* a rrw Mb lw nrwwWIII. s.-. St. P....., ,....1.. Fee
aT. rKTKK"|tl Hi. ...". .., h. >... rv.IM 1iv.rt. roeehnr rmltv *i a pnvtear* .. ...au.c of r.1lga.s .W 40 Y..n
r J. n 'MW nu, I. '. I .1\h I,' ir 5K U PIwIlsw M .............. -- the irMeaw1 upper ,.. Afinl Pt h.. byes JOHN S. RHODES Inc.. rW.I Directors
.., n. i* rt. asi.iu. *..trii Iwta.rt.tar
.. 11.A'-- anawaeM ire. I by ... p4.tai
.Mril s to .. .arM lei Ihsrry1Mvw lbotlar e4 ... Cu vaMtly AMBULANCE SERVICE
HALIFAX a t......... tAsallMrv of (Tart.tlr t5wtrtr.Tb .

UEA 1 FUNERAL HOME SHANNON **>. M" 1111a q re.ely ........ .....
0.... ., Ihsa.y ..aaM4si .'".... -
SING 191.IAGGETTMcINTOSH.lnc.. LMa4 tM. rtr 3.
BRADENTON- SARASOTA ,.... s... ......... saw y rt11o.t ......

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Sere For 61$ Y..rt For Construction III .... TD w eS tile sees'rae.d y 114 .

FUNERAL HOMES THK N tilt E. ,.. \"*.V. .sift ha .........
) ...... I M t -A raw tow *., aa19. eW ...... II .........
\ W |, BAG&OTIlllY Pt....... KYLE-McLELLAN INC. .... ... .. .. .., ........

GROOMS t.4aa..., ... R1r -- wed d eerre1latllrt lib tt1.a brne e. N d.

S. BEAcH: V4) HM.1FAX FUNERAL DIRECTORS ar.wr awr ..... sa d. et ....{...
7)4 .
CL JJW CL I-2S7 IF W. UNION Sunt-JACIlSON\"lU 11w. ran rt11hh1.1e. lfba.teatl .....lt. >i M rl... ply W I.Wr.... ta.e4. at Si 17' A... p4t.ahAli. B4IKfPope

DAYTONA tEACH PORT ORANGE EL 1 )U4 Cesem..... S .K. 5 .. 1S.LIcT sad Iltt... er.rla .. ..-..- 1ss.asemuhsl talraaltl. e4 M.TotJSe4 N.. 1h.d.e Wr 0.1, BOO 4M s. No-. 547.4123'




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1 The Florida
c.thoU..I'riday.I'.Inua., :28, 196-4
American Priest

Progress report Largo provides funds named to direct

called, excellent vocations effort

for three-fold
OUL.XIHAt>> St. purpose t i 4 '
John VIrmey
VATIt'AX CITY <:\( )-Father -
: parish in Orlando the Gwlfrey Poage C.p.. formerly

parish needs appeal Is making I.\RGO-Tbe parishioners of St. Patrick Church In of the Chicago Holy

excellent headway Father Largo have over-aubscribed their goal! of $160,000 for 'row Province of the Fa*

Vincent E. Smith report their parish needs appeal Latest and yet Incomplete reports lunlst Kathert, has len
The funds named director of the xmtlflrat <
program underthe show that the .people. (
; leadership of E. Jackson pledged 175000. led the rommltteernen. ><4 orr nlxatloii for religious

laaaze and George vocation,
Lemleux At the Mawes lust Sunday Other officers went Judge ,
has reached $135,000 in each P. Dr. Paul
Joseph McNulty .
the pastor Monsignor John The H-yrnr-olJ t and pledges enroute to the Straub Dr. James NValljie,
..Imrrksati .
M3S.OOO goal. This U half the P. Mc.Nulty V.G, in thanking J. P. Schemmet Vito Maclna | U the first
hold the offlr nf lire.lurof
total $476,000 capita needs of the parishioner and the Jr.. Major Donald Butler. -
the ranl.uitlun, %thl the parish Father Smith aald. workers said: i ben Gifford and DotMld Godtlard. satire the JiirMlrllim" of theMrrrJ

Division Chairmen .

Ilopperstead CoL V. W. Howard fire The prayers and the "('fl- Joseph Conn rhm i>f Foley Catholic schools join choirs at ground breakingFather II..... rongrrgallnn rtll- I
411 the devoted
W. J. Guineau and RobertB. people Associates was the campaign!

Kepp are managing the enUtment of M.. Patrick's represent a director. Michael V. Gannon at combined choirs of school children Greater" Orlando grad schools of The rongrrgatlon! OWl ae3

of. a 258-man group truly noble Catholic In- m. The parish need appeal hi" right director of the Mission ,)t who sang at the ground breaking" Good Shepherd' St. Andrew" St. the arthlllM of the ortlurs,

t(o solicit funds in the entire pll .hmrnt and one for which a three-fold objective: lour Nombre de Dio -the Oldest Mission for Mercy Medical Center in Or Charles, St. James., St. John Vlanney. rongrriMtlorM and! societies of

parish on March 15. we are all grateful tn A I- additional classroom for St. in the United State*- cam* lando. There" were children from St. Margaret Mary and St. male and female HellgloUji/

Section chairmen for the mighty (:ud.** Patrick's School giving the from St. Augustine to direct! t h."I..k .- Bishop Moore" High School and the Mary KtapUlcn. throughout the world.workingin
program are James Valentine, frogs wise
school 16 operating cia.! --- -- u. .
Richard: Bergholu, Paul 7.e Henry Glover and John ..a.reI' rooms; completion of the ..'n tne ofKoi religious '1Il'1I'

Tones Roether Robert Norman L. Bibeau Levell,, C..lr.P. are the cochairmen who vent; and debt reduction. Charities official; / backs'strong' 'Faith of our Fathers'f tliHH he 1rwm..1 fur three I official years "befoie Olrcc

ry Gear, Vine* Curran John tall 1'1"I'"* llily. N.m. cra .f the T>K.*.. tt tor. At '11'4011h.. It buiyivinpletlnic
iletalU fur a worUlUy -
Provencher John W.
Palo- rat Augf.t.ae:
witch Richard Ahe.trn and housing bill < '>f 11..1I'flr for iwatlon,
Kinsley. Jacksonville W\VY.\ 1050 ic I."h to the relmluui' life and

Jerry WASHINGTON (NO) The Mrrtary of lilt N$v '.. Seturday, UIO p.m.f. the ilkKHNhin rrlenlhooil,

tlonal Conference of Catholic Changs has called here $ Augustine q oy. 1240 1e v.hUth will" Iw hell April' U.
1JXV4 of "strong federal public housing 12:10 Prior to hU smilgnmeikt.. InHume
ORLANDO for enactment In a : Saturday : r m.
Father l\Mge wji;
A program to benefit reedy families the aged sod
Daytona Beae! WND115I known In the L'nll.d State

WINTER PARKGary's M: A others who lack adequate housing Saturday. 12:I 0 p.m. for hU work In the vexation'fitId
t 1 1 Monsijnor Raymond J, Gallagher told a senate hous ..
anti Is the auth.tr of ever >
lag subcommittee that "the breadth of housing need Ia Eau Gallia ? WMEG U0 1..
; .t l "b.oka un the a'thj<>\.t.: In
l I such that It requires a broad base of action by the federal Melbourne Saturday, 12:15: p.m. \imU! he urg.tnucil tie (li >t

Duck Inn eovernment"" worn' rvllitVous\ via'.t" "'i,4'., i.oU.pr. .
145014Saturday .
"IwoIra sot .ulrtrleab.ly Tallahassee WENT
.IVK: r:" a THI4L ron tanrlta.T of uVoent hotting r.. frrr...."| ." ((210:I p.m ..' lit Itmne,
seAroop ADaoa.T "'"contrllHites the {preservation .
.. Irgl.Ulltm.II
aaa.lTWH&... 5 of poverty anti. rf'u'ales Laka City WDSR 13401.sdwday .
rk*'* OA *.1 ORLANDO
till ... Or. M. Trail cub-minimal kick. o( Menllfteil. three It 12:10: p.....

lire. Monsignor Uaikgher stronger" aUNlor| | of .".1.! eu' WMAF $$2201a PARK
Madison WINTER
&5r said on February 24 In testimony !. 'tJITfllWllt In S.t
J edal. : S m.
GRAY'S JEWELRY before the senate l..nk' In the federal pub.

Sterling 1 14 Karat Ing anal currency committee lie h iu lnR ph'.ran.nd Gainesville WDYH, 910 .Ia

Gold Medal unit weighing the pn| urea! morn rrfevil\e prvvlikxi for 5alurd.r. 12IS: p.m.. JIM nAKP:

Rel7goui! Articlet; 1.I1IIr ; i/ housing and rommunlty development middle aixl low ef mfcMU In Ocala WMOP. 900 .I.Sehwdal,1210 I. oinet: MUITI.Y.

"Your Friendly Jeweler" act of KM cnnw families. : p.m rtrnNITUJ&W
OA I-1.T4. ..al.....w>... l>r, The ('.'hoIk fhartltes of- On the flnrt i.4nl- mJe en o 'muMI Mlr"LU:16: :
filial emtoriHwl the ..1', various funmtent M..... failure tart <. Lakeland WLAK 1410 ,. T.wl

| rot.iMU. Including autohrlMlion tunefully "I|>rt>te ia thu S.IwJ.y. 114 S p."' .. WW .... OrUtfl'i .Is., WT.

AQUINO'SSERVING fur a Ur**.! numNT w his would prnwi er \I.y res* Orlando WDIO, Ito .1.

of puhtte housing unit; nun <>f the hsnMilp of the Soda 5.00 p.m.
THE trial provisions. for how. .
l I***
Ing Iy. supplemental Oil trie. serond l> *i In-noflU to Intllvfclual 00 1ft. M.S.W. Pr.f rre .
DINNERS FROM not enough' alteit anti amen bustne..**. dim ti"! petit t!**
been to the ......
4:30: P.M. to 1:00 A.M. Klvrn gi
LOUNGE To administer Mercy l.Ure.l by urhnn renewal; awl rlvatk. .n. .'PH.I, br Pinellas Park fund goalis InC C.Itl.I; A.y
makimum u* of .111' ,' II.. with
220 Orlando Ave.. W.P. man 11 In I a weekly ., He..WfY; 5.54
Hwy. 17.92 MI 7.4500SERVICE Rev Mother Louis Edwin, superior general Florida of structure In |W4c: housingprograms. Innim In the I'loo rangw. completion of school r.,,,m. t t. l.. CC
of St. of
the Sisters! Jowph St. Augustine .
In mane .pUres. he sail IK
the service of Mercy Hospital, Orlando THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC
pledged II. cow MU the bill ..k....UIU hov4ng .Ul>ly I. "rrlllcallylirlow .
to all the people of Central Florida. ri.NMJwM: r.tIu..t'athrr James K Cloekler .pastor
klrenflheaed I. dial with svrrnc f tsr t h I I. l.. Jill I. 0.1."".
of itarr,1 i Heart Church In Hnrllas Park rut Sundayannounced
jrruui He ur.r.1 l that" a "tU4i *-
g'-l1' J'' I, R \ .n upward I t.. r>M.fcl 140..1. l the Inauguration of a campaign to raise' moneyto
MEINER'S '1 aI fur InrtHTM limit of |*vt>.. complete Altered heart School add Convent and to

I & .,..... a ..."t..,,, I, r'.r 4ti atop are ellgll l" furN ..tfft.... meet lUcml Heart laUh's. abate of Us obligation forth .. ,

.. ... .... l of I he Cathedral -
"r .4 1Ie a I 4Y 411)11 10.h"c >u''ln( restoration
SALES A'.. T...-O.. ....!*. .1'\ signed up un. HmnUr, many )
sofa ....till Me. Js*>..t. l<.IUk ..... uid ) at Kt. Augtistlne.Vniunteer uiher hate l tn*ri railing their

a a a a !.*. ta. ... I.. Tr.. ..,.... 11.1a
.11I.... do .r. lu tlllBry' were ilMrlhutetl among tht wst |()tSl I&"h'd.l
th. U .. 14.a.. $ItA WEST CHURCH ST.
rely! ||... lkli|* .Ikbha. | INn at 4
Hotpoint Sales Jeweler I Enrev.* e. Duty (...M .. for I k....(...." men alined the rant amirml FISH MARKET
T. Gt.e Fart Eip.rt Service .. 1 lu work In the \tIt 1.,.

Ptt.n. GA 2.1152I1fRflU1 hut, Pre. a.41nt. 'if" With Ukln" .'.1"., 'f
Fr iH. ) J
a .. .. AkajtLOIiTlIJ.
r using ls the .It......... ... The m html It K. ..*.*. MMMais -
........ J.... t', OTSIUS
RSI s situation when t>f fl |",ftnM n( rlaawhuftll. .
ch' 10 hlblren must .H.. INs ,...... ..... tt......m I. $41. /:1..11.' Ie ClAMS) JHIIMPM4

>lna1e; n..nv-a..t 1 (t....... ( it* rUMH-uMH In the e CAAIUTAT SNA"U

MAJOR I 14 N. Or.",. A... I C: U the ........,*.... shat I al..w4. hall and lw., r..*>
W CWtS GA 1-1124
APPLIANCES c U ".Sur.. tM Mora ut rwmIn s J..rt.bb. hu1nng.N .
.4 .<*mi Hu. 44rsstM
.... Ik. h.lMI'... are
/' n .kglak511ee m..Mrw lu'III
EDGEWOOD _..1.<.4, lk.,. Mill h* II
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PALMER SUPERETTE ............ .1.---. .11... I
....... a ....... ,...... a W. SpMUb% U
,, .... ........ TUNI-UPS a I Fresh> HvK I W. diFretS Sister-Administrator p.l..sp.r. "u, a I. '. .
CIIotc.; w..._ M..h board rlUIr .tt4 !_....' k.>..|.. KAR WHEEL ALIGNING
a Rater Them IVancrs 83J, .U sdminUtrati.r ,.. .<(. ...4 |..lllll.. .! Ik* //lanai. SaK' 'e... J1J4 Canine f>Ue

Phone 644-8561 I QMtty Grewi.la of Mercy Hospital now under construction In Orlando plans mooting ,.....I ......! .lll k* *... 0-... P\. 4JJ.JO o.le..l.

Freduce lledjrm to UM fund conUnu to com In .... 4. .>.*< Ik. '....l.t...tk .

Anytime a A CmpU SHe .. the Merry Msdical! Center gets underway. Here J\C.......,,..M.i. : A AIM tAl | .spaded ........

290 Cerine D.;.. part of their pledge .U prenented by Orlando ... .. THOMSON & McKINNON
ITS Jectte* Av."y.e r IJaW 'Chals., ., )W4' r..,..e ,... .. a
GA 2-4001 ()..(..JWI.n. Knights<< of Colunbus. W. J. Honing (teeter) .1
i.11 be Sovn"" .t tk* *(*Hn .i I- Ifc L.Mkw Ie"end
Winter- Part. Florida t bficity chairman for Merry fund looks at the Iliad IH ORLANDO SINCE |t4CO
J,..,.. ellii .. a >
(4 the M A.
133 check, third lit the Our lAdy of the Lake ....u,. harts aid "..... y...... hose.grwd ......w .... Ywl s.... Iafaaq.aJ .
.. FWI.st Council 31M r Wz. of ITOO, hre.tnt.d' l by Orand El..nny. .JM. A.- .. a.'rla/.
Knight John Hsire (left) and t'1.twa J4aklrl. are t5loree.n ( .MMtl >/ ..h.Mla.m.'Fir. lot"h. .Mt. p.Is.lp.1. ..lhaAq.. .

UPHOLSTERINGF.itett acttrities chairman. taIho44. w....... The Ia.....
asaawl/N N 7111
PA.. fn.e. Eatns..4U7 :-/", '--'-- i 14 .M I- ...... .t I* a as MIV
........d. till Je..ph ti A'
."T*. I At IN "'..... ... A.le. w..... ......, ......ft.
J.d C. R.d.e nJ6 S.v+tl ..aq. Pi.ee T.2 r FAIRVIEW WALTER: Mr."GtAfl ,... <(<......... J.. .....w... u... J.410 Irwe.c. I5u. ..I .. ycntag.

Cleaners & Laundry l...|.r T. MTk .. ,"...,. ........ o..i.n we ".,.., N.ltr .... J'. MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN

a**--- ------- -- L.<..... !!...< 1. M..'. W.., ,."4a.rld M Ion III 5Mw ema sash Ue1)ll/t1 Iowrl.bTlt; : ." t.'" alt ....
- -- J-.,........ lakie f'.r. &.. !w, oft VCR .,vr. r...... Harrier a41.I IAret
... .... the ..... '"f IM I'M'' Individual Fried Cniclen' Dinner $1.00
1I Grow this mInIature 1 usa aJaa r .a Nn r.r.. ......... At.- ftm ... J*... '.'.*. Uafe* a, #. (Mal Mr..Mf tttI 11i. ,... Family: Buclet O'CMclen $3.95
_'M.w it 1.1.
1 Florida tree *fl.tra < _<* tun A..m _t5.
orange : > /
.. TArr.M. e1e.....4. ratessa FiH? Dinner.Shrimp: S 1.00
I l I burst.. In ea/.eat. &
In your I .,,,.. alrrrlaa.a. f fT a4 a p 5.c IM Ik* trklual ....
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1 The Florid Catholic, Friday, February ZE, 19M

-- -- At Mercy ceremony
't'u. ,

h; > 1 '4.I Benefactors enthusiasticBy

k a staff writer

ORANDO-Bendado and civic official attendingthe

ground breaking ceremonies at the Mercy Medical

Center last Sunday were happy to give informal com-

menU. upon the significance
mal interviews, other coin-
of the occasion.i
m.ntl included the following:
Andrew N SerTos, program
Herman J. HeidrUh founderof
chairman, commented on the
Herman J. Heldrich and
M fact that Jerry J, Chlcone Sr
Sons, Orlando citrus growers .
had contributed generously!
and Noted for
I.,Let week! to the building shippers.
fund his leadership In the citrus

Mr. Chlcone, on behalf of and agriculture Industries
Mr. Heldrkh the
',;. the Chlcone family, Mid In sparked
:. d beginning of Mercy Hospital -
Interview before the ceremony '
an -
. Color guard leads proces-sion for Orlando event : with one of the Building
K d' contributions. .
The construction of Mercy u n largest

McCoy Air Force Base providedthe American and papal flags. Knights following the singing of the national Medical Center In Orlando lie and his family ..

color guard for the program of Columbus from local councils anthem. Frank J. Cilento led will trie a great |>urjx, >",,. for noted for numerous philanthropies -

last Sunday in Orlando markingthe lined the processional path for the the singing of the anthem. Mem Orlando and Orange County Joined in emphasizing !' Sees''' health needs met

ground breaking for Mercy members of the Catholic clergy bees of the executive committee of Several months ago I readan :
Sr. benefactor of the
J, Chicone $75,000
Medical Center Following the mlli. who marched before Archbishop the hospital and Knights of Columbus article In the Florida TkU I* the day we have ,

tary men were Fourth Degree Joseph P. Burley, A salute to the were ushers Trend here It was predictedthat been looking f 0", walling 'or.p.I.1 Mercy' Medical Center under construction at Or.
ando tells Miss Collins Arnold that Or.
Orlando will Income the fur reporter,
Knights of Columbus carrying the flag led by Captain Thomas Bonnlol
medical renter for Florida :ando will become the medical center for Florida."I .
Mrs. Jack Demetree! wife of
With the addition of the one of the camp lljtn'. more am grateful that I was able to lend my support

Mercy Center!' along with Orange generous contributors, Is in small measure," Mr. Chicone said.

Central Floridians acclaim Memorial hospital the one who herself worked diligently --- ----- -
Morbid Sanitarium and other for the success of pita!'. goal He said bit beginning of a great ho
Sunday: in Orange County will provide
hospitals In the counties, It the Building Fund. In
services to resident!
appears that thl predictionwill speaking of the enthusiasm Tkl. I I. a wonderful occasion
\ \ be achieve people were expressing for and Ibis r''tln""e Indicates and fulfill a great need. It
deserves continued sup|'*>rt
Mercy hospital construction "There In that the construction start of tremendou enlhuolaoni.
no qnemlon of all friends! of Mercy This
M..rcy.IIOHplt..1 she Hid \Vf are all proud of It."
It ..1II.II.co' none iif the best \\t really a red. letter day In
"I think It's great. She U
and. medical men l.
nrieims community service"
William J. Capehart it chair
f('........ ".. P.pI) shed, must (MI! told\ In terms reality. Only through the diligent Man Glmeno of St. James (OrUndo. ting looking In the hospital to partlrlpa-aid lI'rv. man of the board of The Mrs. Brantley Burcham, wife

of Mercy by Sinters: of St. Jo- of servile.He efforts of the citizens parish, Orlando; the subdea- "The tact that people! from !Ice. First National Bank at Orlando of the well known Orlando

.. recalled the Washington has this been made jxiHulble." con Father Christopher J. various denomination! are as- Omar P. (Pete) Hewitt Jr. i. and alto officiates as businessman!' and educator,

These! Sister, founded :3 GX< ) monument and Lincoln's memorial The guest! |>eaker he said, Kelly of St Margaret Mary slating in the construction of president of The Florida president of the South Orlando generously! assisted the

year ago In Prince, are not the former In the was born In Atlanta He pariah, Winter Park. Chaplain the center I III a step In the National Rank at Orlando. ( :National Bank Longa Building Fund In solving

strangers to hospital work studied there and then began to the Archbishop were right lIlrl'C'tlonhlrh will Being a friend of Mercy vigorous sponsor of civic many Initial organizational
of a rich man, the
Dr. Qullllan spoke( of their latter memory, of a man Ixith his lssllatris's( practice In Mi- Father Farrelly and Father bring greater cooperation. Hospital he!' early arrangedfor (,causes Mr Capehart' felt letalU Often an officer !in

outstanding work In administering built by grateful poor Americans anil. Sims Vert! I, I Ilr. Qullllan Lawrence Cunningham ". am grateful!" that I was a central office location privileged/ to join the "menof St James parish ""women s

to the sick at Miami's because they !cowed their has l len on the bard of Father Michael V. Cannon, aisle to lend! my nupport In In the National Bank building Mercy as they plannedthe activities Mrs Hurchanj

Merry Hospital (One of Sun. countrymen "more and letter trustees of University of of St.; Augustine, directed the null! meaNure" to accommodate the beginnings! of a great! aided her dynamic hu-tbund.

day's speakers,'Mother fouls thun ..IN..." Miami where he teaches prdlatrlis singing of the combined Similar expression of confident Building Funds need. Mr. Medical Center! He Indicated In the careful planning

Slain, once was administrator anyone In the school of medicine school chairs St. James organist 'e In the community and Hewitt has served as executive his continuing charitable which culminated In the

of the :.KXMx-d Mercy!' Hospital l IIr. Qullllan, In conclusion, ut the Institution head- played the portable In- pride In undertaking came officer!' of the famed endeavors! by saying: smooth pace of last Sundays

In Miami) urged Central Floridians to qiwrternl In Coral (fSable strument. from civic official and other Florida Committee of !">, "It I Is a most Important day ground breaking pro-
Judging by punt accompllshments continue to show courage and The crowd applauded all gram. She enthusiastically
benefactors of Merry MedicalCenter and Is himself! an exemplary! In the communities of Orlando -
suld the Miami !In this Hesuld. both Isenre and after tssreiemunlrn. added
spirit enterprise the broken :
ground was by .
41- !' At on the spot Infor- contributor to Mercy llos- and Central Florida. The
|edlatrlclan.. the Sister of St. : Archbishop Hurley, Father Dan r"llI.h.1I "Thlsi Is a wonderful" day

Joseph will see to able administration "Today we eland with a Fancily, city and county officials reeled members of the .." for the cittoens of Central
formed Moore Hlik tore of St. Joseph of st. Au- of this hospital He congratulated County doctors to nuke It
of Medical the thecontractors llUhop as .
Mercy proud dream at our backs anda architects )orld. We are grateful for
Center In Orlando. They will bright future before us. I>r. Qullllan\ Ulster its had hand In selected ...- fustlne; Dr. Miles Thorn ley, all citizens who workedso great as the rest of the area's all who made this day possible

be ably abetted, he (continued Hats off. to the lost and coats Theresa Frames, Merry's bens. president of the Orange County long to get funds hospitals. ,"

by member of the Orange off to the future: the need<<1 and administrator, and campaign After Benediction the platform Medical Society This Is a great clay for Orlando Eight: surrounding area Mr. Serroft mentioned that

County Medical Association the challenge are both here. committee representatives.Mranttey was arranged for the Special l i recognition was said the Mayor and be nerved by Mercy, It WMslated. the "committee on the .....ath.

who will provide t the lender- HUM ham kept the and platform guests given to Monsignor Charles we are proud to be a part of .. er" had succeeded<< In arranging -
ship and skill !NO necessary to Dr, I the field of health. Merit's tiarde workers. and The same sentiment was During the ceremonies! and
the dlgnlUrte turning the ros, program chairman on due to s death In his family Bob Smith who designed
awppasrlere. | and an oulnlanilIng echoed by the chairman of before, a llerndon ambulance
null the rostrum. In his opening ) who launched the h OrUndu |>kjr.l<'Un, Inlrud the County Commission, Mr. stood by as did nurses of the
The loudspeaker carriedhi In the
Aim /to serve remarks, he Invited the crowdto fund campaign for the event, commented
..rd Dr. Evans
Quintan.All Orlando the
voice across the crowdedshore Visualize the great honpi- community Chapter of :National that "If the S"t..tIhadn't

This represent a combined of you." Mid I Dr Murray of Lake' I Leone, till there. The platform was Sister I Theresa Frances He added that It was a great Council of Catholic: had the children pray.
effort of the best of 'physical for triage. Connljr and :Nurses. Mrs. Elizabeth:\ CehrigR.N wouldn't be here to
..w a great tranofoima- Immediately, ,after miwl tif placed on the southwest t'UI' Mercy hospital administrator, day ing we
equipment and talent, the. lion take place here tixlay.' the many 1'ilent |preset look tier of the hospital ground. wan Introduced. fur' Central Florida wan at the ambulant floIY,"
and administrative station from 1 to 5
professional' The ground wv broken en- heir' eU Milk the Hl.ler. of he suld The choir was seated Recognition wan given" to All of us know, he said, thatIt pm. The Honorable Beth Johnson

skill* so Important to a thuxliiiitlfally! by AnhbUhopHurley HI. J epk and |1,1.e1f'lf'm where the cafeteria' will t* Mayor Allen Trovllllon of ,,11be\ a great hospital because Among the other registerednurses senator for the Orange
he said.Merry's who volunteered to
good hospital, and other, signifyingthe gnrcl* on 'this front ru*. of located. He ,pointed out the Winter Park County Commlssluner any of us who have had County district: In state legislature
stand by were Mrs Ruth
lory, h. empha- change from a dream t<. the crowd lobby area and other sections contact with a Catholic !', said. :
Cliff K r e e m a n, any rrans and Mrs Mamie Hur
of the hospital know that It III The! occasion matches thl
hospital an
Only the ArthbUhop and State Representative!' John ties They reported no casual
SCHOOLS hU chapluln jolneil. the of Hrumtwcli and Henry/ land met to a community ties. gwrgenu Florida da> I'm

fleers of lieiinlictlon at the Coming trueThe and State Senator Beth John- Mother Louis ))Jwln Weather was a worrisome thrilled with the plans for
brought greetings from the the .hospital. cewtni'tS! I
altar. \UliHi will Hoiin In a ton. factor fur the committee planning
Sinters of it Joseph of M.Augustine want to congratulate all th: '.
Iwsutlful reality. .Mid Mn Srr- the ground breaking program
Benediction .IMUag the benefactor .Florida whosecongregation who played a part In making.
riM snd all men i>f Mercy pray Tao much rain In advance
the pl Ulfors ".r. she heads It puMxibte
r that iJo.1 I will bless their effort as superior of the day would have
Bennllttt was given at .( the. (klrone family the general She mrntlvn..1th. !
*, made the' field I approach to
the temporary altar on the I'.rnM ttmllj sad the HrMrnk .' the Sisters had. worked
"la I IV l"ttllrl1hy the ilwin of disurve Among the guest who family. for many years In OrUndu. the .Lakeside. difficult on foot CLEARWATER
would have beenhamired
is -.;an l'rle..ts, Montlgnor \\ II- sMike| were Orlando's Mayor We stand ready said the and parking

Ham J, MulUlly pa.U>r of SI Hobert S. Carr; Orange[ CUintv AcclamationsMayor Mother Superior to serve all In the pine groveThe !
s day of the event although
fast" Church In lUyttmaBeach 's chairman of ('uun'l'om, the people of Orlando and
( who U a |>rothoiotaryaptwtullo mUslonrrs. I>tsn S. Kiu: ; Carr deemed 1 It a Central Florida We wish to was and
the eervone '
I lev. Mother Ixnils F:'lwln, with the other. hopUls sun spot HARDWARE
great honor to he a part of cooperate was pleased at the "'._.I.. a s....-. .....m.a. .
The deacon was Father Fa superior' general of the glsFlorida the clays. Important cere ( and agencies, she tofcted. thoughtful arrangements that _. .......aa ,.. tn.....

--.... monies. saying that Orlando r* Thnmley aho, said hew included. sealing for almost .ala ...
., share In the 1 'lk" or assts
rlt I..n. were espurtaliy|> proud happy evervone who cam.
of the Catholic Church for \its wonderful ceremony. He

/1 11 t tL tr M leadership In the pn.muklC\ pledged the support of Orange


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