The Florida Catholic
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 Material Information
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: August 7, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00032
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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.... OKLAMM) Archbish.pp .

"OI... XXV No. 41 Orlando Florida Friday, August! 7, a' Joseph P Hurley would
like to see the concept of

teaching become the out.

landing mark the easen

Pope hails tial sign of the pariah to-

day. Speaking here at OM

of the Confraternity of

of U. S. : ChriatUn being held Doctrine in the Diocese courses

Ranger for teachers and fishers

this summer the Archbish

op told participant they

CASTELGAXnOLFO (>C)-Pope Paul VI hailed the I'f1I8. but were an elect group Mho

success of America'a Ranger 7 moonshot demonstrating new by their very attendance

"man'a amallnesa but at the aame time his greatness the *,1<' testified to their under.

since he alone hu the soul to give the universe expres.from 9"1 faithfuL'Y'T 1 standing that the Faith Is

lion _and__ _Ii'..." .pirit 1 | something to share
Appearing at noon last "Therefore we will pray order.' Heildea "rewthltig the 'I'i|
that our world which is characterised "\\e
Sunday on the balcony overlooking Ittidlly iinderprMlegrd t''" <
the Inner courtyardof by knowledge andnumlery rosy siren. those who cannot al
the summer villa the pop o\er nature may not tend ulhtilir'' lII.'he'Ol.. for some( :
gi\e Into temptation to materiallam the for
blessed the throng and recited reason, the lonrraternl'ynKivemrnt '
a danger pre glory and
the Angelus. hall an In, objetlive
because of this Creator"Encyclical
cluely prog-
the im t Important' 'vrk
H. rharactrrUrd the Ranger .
<" the a|...tal le ThU wattearrlNnl
hot as an event "which
M trying to reach
coarrra the lives of the
the adult with whom the
whole of mankind and which .
t'hua-h .has tto organiutlonnlcnnlad
demonstrates bow ntsa h proc were
and. the adult who
rasa Man ban mad IB rlrnc( t '
very .limo no Catholic cuimetUuri-.
aid Ecclesiam
technology. 1 Un The .|*... 4ale tend out

"We might offer this event la Ktehvr whoa with Infinite
to God marking a* It does CASTtJ..oA: OOU'O (NC-Pope) tart hut with InfinitekHrii

especially the development! of his first encyclical "Ecclesiam Suam" ( ) << : ( lnall..n, make the first
the human spirit the creature could be subtitled, "The Path of the sdwMwtM of the faith to the

of God Father revealed here Wednesday at l<*opl le. TAM work call fur
tbNtirtk. >n ref elf and a aense
We must the Lord --
pray The document dated August 6, the
of vwMtliin, Mid the Arch
that in this l
progresnhe conquest of
will be
of the world, of nature will deal l>..ho.ll. for they are fishers
released next week. aid
Of route
of knowledge, man may not apiMtlolto.
lose himself may not become The encyclical will lie exhortatory Th. total| flC eight are !..

conceited but may understand rather than doctrinal I lr with aW_... en t .*nat raltrM
that a* hU In nature, the fops ..
conquest gradually lams, he ih' K UMM br auier
proceeds, the problems of HId lnce he dnean't want pew, Mho pptUll4. I i. 'Ibl phase.
man in himself and of God to anticipate the declaration t""HfI Have of leer king .......1'1.' *. will' her
are not obliterated but rather of the Second Vatican Council nomte (: ) |I. Paul an ..i.
posed and expanded. logue) "" .
.: apreleile The Archbishop, 'who hat
will d..1 l godless .
The enrjrrllral
'The wider
the panoramaf Wen .Mr..I"1 the Institutesin
the World which 01"| n' b*. wild .three principal aspects with l .....,., ap- the. areas, nixjlia last lion
fore .., all the more nrrr of the tiMrrh. h* said: ,It* COM.mlrnrr churches. | I *r t'sed4tut day. evening tn the Central'
It. renewal and its and the . l
wry become oar reapers fur AswaUnlan. HMM nf the ItorliU .riaM".n gatheredat
Mesa and oar w or*hip of Cod. dUI",|n. with world. this challenge and that It will bring to the Church aa a Hrret CmvaresMlMt' c4 the M. John VUnney" pariah

He explained that the tee National differences fade whole but )particularly to Asia the eternal meaaag of Kalth' M |mnllfteal' 1 legate to In Ilrl mica

Christ th* .......,..... fishers and leathers
tlon on the conscience of TK y will leave New y..tL
Miami Priest Church will deal. with It* Tit letter aimed. l by VaCartitnal for Itnme l loy plane tNo- Th Mittf Has also| .r trained| at the*. Institutes h*.
when men meet in Rome the dUtrthutlun of t,,m. a of the. teaching
spiritual paths or what Ceram : tirades oftoswtm7 ''um'''r 17 Pawing their May rents l for purl
obtains post nourluhe the Church.< was' fowl in the tn the Etetnal; l Oiy, the UW rltVLtTilel: pt.r I church, th* Archbishop .nvIthnolMa.
,. The chapter on rvnvwal CA.STK1J1ANIMI.. Italy (NC)-"Th. unlvermaUt/'. ,teuntry'e. rh'urst.rl in ", .po 1U. )pDlnicd u the
docfftnaT...-a,two rw ..' Uiernatursl| ftimbta thai goes
Vatican wft'rhulwtlh"tha Church's of the Catholic religion dots not limit itself (o .p. f
City; .;"arwMWA : t 1141 tii MI'aUJi br wnlcajalrnnirer t
moral path, or a re h IOifiCle; --
content but extends itself rcalUcaItaelf
we may even .
and canonical I steps of lay campaign" of prayers andsscrlflee /hew whr. paT fgn. .. Cbntraternitr -
MIAMI ,yo-Fattl. Am- the {Church he revested.Tb In the maaa of humanity" Pope Paul VI told "theweekly will IM hMIhmaghriut flwla b..rltae
hro DrPaoli. a Priest of the anal' hrtter. Cbrl.lien. ..*
audience. InHla. for thecew auC't!'
general of
Diocese St.
Miami dlocene has been a p.pointed .1411' Augustine I. iheimwIvM' a .
rh plrrMan es >1.' of the r....".... en Au they com.IMinltaf
Un This Tk"' r are the. times .f 11.ether
the English
to unlvenullty overcomes It test of tire Aumt. IM faith to shah-.
gum section of the Vatican and slmdl.hee dUUncediversity ..hi./ .... r.(*ctiig the sort St. Florid The movement ha ntkl i.pet It
that anal India ,"' ........... Auguttfnt,
Secretariate of State.Announcement human rare, be ft4f4.Though ... iKmi. tinulesau.lwi
.1 who
on moonforeseen separation, dbwrinvInaUon. !>.. anal uti the pr rpufng
of the young 0rtuM end b aril fulhrs Ire 110 a1pre' IPwt the
lay Kurabiyi.Tb
antanonlam racton, The Chancery announces the following 'p*
Priest's appointment by Am- ..u........ UMM tit......... tut tote the wrappuitr cot ."et'
leto Giovanni Cardinal CtcugHani ltaUattm and the numerous s.il...r.t Mi Nor light. of I*.. plllilM. .(. fr... She. I"'tmf'nt|" effective August line. *.Mh err It: that hy are fiss papal. secretary of state, d.Ispwtes whkh separate Mae .. |l4HI.** .l se..lel.*ll.*. |. .| ..f saltoftM t.. think >.ffatlHsleMjr
tetlgksu' mnsnent y'utl ate |Mr Tb.. lt... I'.th.e. ):.!*.. t ........ f be C..IM'.II..r
wj* made by Btehop <-.>.le- by Vatican fraw sow another and oftenMas ee"' < Irraw, lonfer In scheduled I. attend ib. |t..lnlp a* euciwiniHtf,, th .>
run )'. Carroll of Miami "" >. them ........." the .pert perfect unity uf I.|wlVO.VS ...i., of'aish l (rMRetreat Tb. K"'. .*...*.. J* **. f'. .....,. ......1....,....,. sl.the. ...l.i|. *4 H were. In ftbw ..'

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and. more Mlely fur the sit.d ,... peltkere IISdh..ai. ,e -.4 Tr/.1//, r*..*b, J... ._.in.
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the. ,..t...... !. l/epeeuabrr. than .might lust Imo t>eFather seal audience star* he ....... we. Tb.* II... rather lbii. it. Mi4.lt.' .t4. .l.MrIM .._. t4..1 _, I ill..s. .' .....g .>*...... Hi

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The Florida Catholic Friday, August 7. 196-1 Mass guide

Florida ReportsSanford FII!! <|70R your DCCW information and corner file." To anyone who hasT SUNDAY 12th Sunday August after g rente-

ever held an office or chairmanship at any level cost (Mass of Sunday, Gloria

in the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women-these wordsare _, Creed Preface of Trinity

Sarasota u familiar as her own name. Each year hundreds of )
,' t rv y MONDAY August 10
r '
KofO Incarnation programs, reports and various letters of all types are sent
St Lawrence. (Mass of
The Knights of Columbus An "idea coffee was held out to each one on the mailing lists, dutifully read by the feast, Gloria. Common Preface -

District S officers' meetingwas at the home of Mrs Joseph recipient and just u dutifully filed. This is as it should .)
held by the Saint Richard Nutto, 2533 Mlneola Way, 4 4
Council 5357; July 27 at the Sarasota, last Monday morn. % be.At TUESDAY, August 11
the time, each piece of .
(Mass of previous Sunday,
council hall, Oak Avenue lug, for a number of the
mail la important and should ; 2nd Prayer of Sts. Tlbur-
Sanford. members of Ave Maria Guild
Mrs. James
be treated as the author In-
thus and Susanna Common
All officers and committee of Incarnation Church.
d dr
tended. BUT-to continueto Q
chairman from the Daytona These members, together LacherDiocesan' Preface)
rP keep all of It In the file
Council 5-122, New Smyrna with these now working un. WEDNESDAY, August 12
Beach Council 493 and Saint der the direction of Mrs Marguerite i year ridiculous.In after. year after year U st. Clare. (Mass of a virginnot

Richard Council 5357 were in Meier represent the President a martyr, Gloria, Com-
most organizations
attendance. "kick off" teams, from which mon Preface.)
consists of several cardboard .1
District Deputy John Hage other groups will be formed boxes of assorted sizes, THURSDAY, August 13
presided assisted by District all with the common goal of t1H .w (Mass of previous Sunday
Warden William Baglcy. working to make the forthcoming and the president as a special they contain all the Information 2nd Prayer of Sts Hippo

Mr. Hago discussed: the past fall bazaar of the parish Transfiguration parish Women's GuildNew reward for taking office, gets she will need' to fulfill lytus and CassLan, Common
to store them In her home as office.In .
the duties of her
accomplishments and the future the outstanding event on Preface, or, Feast of Sts.
she holds the title.
plans for the Knights of the year's agenda. officers for the Women's Guildof urer; bars William Henderson cor lone as addition to the important Hlppolytus and Casslan,

Columbus nationwIde He also Transfiguration pariah in St. Peters responding secretary; Mrs. William We would be the first to Information we know Is Mass of several martyrs

lectured on the proper meth K 01 C anticipates burg were installed by Father Edward Muldoon recording secretary; Father admit that the files of any there, let's be very bold and Gloria Common Preface.)

ods of conducting a business J, Mulligan recently, Pictured from the Mulligan; Mrs. Harry Vogt president; organization: arc very important see what other treasures are FRIDAY, August 14

meeting and discussed in detail council left are Mrs. Henry Paquette, treasAnnual and Mrs. Frank Smith, vice-president. to the office bolder, as tucked away la all those Vigil of the Assumption of
the K of C six point supreme
pro _______U __ boxes. the Blessed Virgin Mary
gram. NCEA announces In one we find all those (Mass of feast, 2nd Prayerof
District 5 Grand Knights action on changes pilgrimage draws 60,000for extra programs we had printed St Euseblus, Common
present for this meeting were hostess
the time "e were Preface)
Ted Michaels. Council 6357, NKW OKLEAX8 (NO) personnel changes for the deanery. meeting; and SATURDAY, August 15
Sanford; Fred Emond, Council The council of the all the speeches
supreme devotions Croagh Patrick here are Assumption of the Blessed
4931, New Smyrna Beach; Knights of Columbus meets on WASHINGTONCThe( ) somebody brought back froma Virgin Mary. (Mass of feast.
and Robert Garster Council here August 18 to 20, with National Catholic Educational convention; and here are
5422, Daytona. resolutions from ten state \VESTTORT, Ireland (NC)-The annual pilgrimage toCroagh of Tuam as a newly ordained Association has announced all the receipted bills from Gloria Blessed Creed Preface of
Patrick attracted 60,000 pilgrims, from Priest His first Mass on the major personnel changes in Virgin.
councils proposing changes many that ham dinner we had back
summit was celebrated exactly and .
its college elementaryschool
membership requirements overseas. In 1954.
Barry College facing delegates.The This pilgrimage commemorates the 40 days of prayer SO years ago to the day departments. In a box marked "correspondence" OBLIGATION
John C Kent of Providence, (July 27). SUNDAY August 18
will be the 81rd: Father William J. Dunne invitations
session find
and fast performed by St. Patrick on the bleak mountain. we
Rhode Island, has been named 13th Sunday after Pentecost .
Today he no longer makes SJ, associate secretary of
annual gathering of the governing and thank notes and
assistant to the president at Traditionally for over 500 years thousands of pilgrims you (Mass of Sunday, Glo
body of the fraternal the climb but greets the pilgrims the college unit since 1957, more letters that could
Barry College. have climbed-many on bare feet-the rugged paths lead. many tin, 2nd Prayer of St. Jo
benefit society of Catholic at the foot of the moun has returned to work in the be labeled "top ..ecret.ad ."
!olr, Kent, formerly director men. Some 400 delegates art ing to the summit 2510 feet taut and presides at Mass in California province of the Je hardly achim, Creed,, Preface of

cf development and public expected.The Thl year the first Mans Westport when they return suits lie is stationed at the -.\ bow,- yoe might: well Trinity)

relations at Xavier University supreme council meeting up.The trek begins at night was celebrated at 4 a.m. More from the mountain top. Jesuit Retreat House, Los ask, "does all this help' tbs

New Orleans, will assume will open after Solemn when the long lines of cars, thin 00 PHents continued to Altos, California. His successor president fulfill her duties?" Sewing aid
In I thisyear
special sermon
general responsibilitiesIn offer the Holy Sacrifice until a will be named shortly.
Pontifical Mass In St. Louis buses and trains have disgorged It doesnt of course.
ArrhbUhop referred
the area of development at
the liberal arts college, Sister cathedral Archbishop JohnP. their passengers at noon. to the alms of the Hec- Sister Mary Richardlne, associate The beat place to file all Slid, )lalallI (-NC-Ten

Mary Dorothy 0.P, president, Cody, apostolic administrator Murrluk, near the foot of the Confessions were heard in ond Istlian CounciL Speaking secretary of the elementary material of this type is in the sewing machines and two

announced. of New Orleans, will mountain. Numerous special the open air and Holy Communion of Christian unity, he school departmentfor waste basket. The secretary new stoves have made lift
Sinter Mary. Joseph OP. preside; Bishop Charles P. trains are run from Dublin distributed to the pilgrim said: the past six years, has returned will have a list of all those to much brighter for the domestic

head of the Barry College art Greco of Alexandria, supremeK and other main centers to *, also in the open because to her community, whom invitations were sent economy classes in St
Is nerving of C chaplain will be celebrant Westport a few miles from the oratory Is very "It Is the duty then of everyone the Sisters of Charity of the. and the treasurer will have a Elizabeth School here.
department as
chairman of summer workshops ; and auxiliary Dlshop the starting point of the small. Part of the penitential of us to help in the workof Blessed Virgin Mary, Dubuque report of aU expenditures so Donated by the National

which the National Joseph H. Urunlnl of Matches climb. exercises on the top Includes reunion by constant, fer Iowa. there is no need to clutter up Council of Catholic WomenIn

Conference of Catholic Art Jackson will preach. As they make the ascent moving around the stone- vent prayer If we pray In a She I Is being sarrrrdrd by the file with Individual piecesof the United States, they area
Knight John W. the pilgrims perform certain spirit of charity and bring
Educators will sponsor> AUK- Supreme covered "SL Patrick's )lied Sister Mary >or. who served paper. great improvement over
McDevltt will give his reporton exercises, Including the stations others to pray for the unityof
tint 1720 at the Net her land- on one's knees and making fur three years as .n UUnt the one sewing machine and
the activities of the societyat of the cross and theyrecite all men in the Catholic To help| yon decide jn"twhat
Hilton Hotel in Cincinnati the "round" of the oratory secretary ol the elementary two old kerosene stoves the
In the file we
the litanies and will to step
the first business meetingto rosary Church day certainly
As president of the NCCAK, reciting the Rosary school dpartlDut. school had before. The sewing
be attended by delegates other prayers and hymns On come when' the words of Our recommend that yon keep
Sister Joseph will also machines will be used notonly
from the United States, Canada reaching the peak, about This year marked the both Divine Lord will come to Sister St. Regina Marie has these thought ,In mind in
.t the organisation's business teaching the girls
Mexico, Puerto Hlco and dawn Masses begin and continue anniversary of the first climb pass: They shall hear My been named new ....btantleer.tary have historical how
meeting scheduled to be held Does it to sew, but will also
the until about by Archbishop Joseph Walsh voice and there shall be the .
In conjunction with the workshops I'hlllpplnes.Coming noon. one of elementarydepartment value; will I need it for reference help supply badly needed
fold and one Shepherd." She has taughtin .
expected to attract hundreds ; Is it duplicated In another clothing.
of art instructors from Catholics in England seek Appealing for prayers for Canada, Japan and the file that of a chairman Funds for purchase of the
Catholics behind the Iron United States, and has recently
cities and schools throughout or an officer); and last but sewing machines and stoves
the United States events Curtain he said their formof conducted a course in principles not least. remember that you were provided, by the Madonna
voice radio television persecution was worse of college teaching at need ten of the
don't copies
T"u ...... )... ...... ..... on than that. of the early Chris the Catholic University of Plan a project of the
,..., ...east' --... ... ...... same report-one is sufficient NCCWs foreign relief com
St. PetersburgHoly ., ,s. IIMI 1.- asn.Nlp. I tuna. America. ';"J.-*
saw s LONDON (NO British Catholics are making a driveto "
..... __ W ....... eeks mittee.
.Ill M MIIM4.. make their voice heard more strongly on the nation's In just a few our \;
CCD training' course, Jacksonville radio and television. diocesan chairmen will be

N.mt Church ChrUt the Kin"UIU.t Much of what )la seen and heard on these entertain mailing out their suggested St. PetersburgEnjoy
programs for the coming year
JACKSON'SSHOES 17 to 3U ment and Information services inside the home is materialistic Now is a good time to get

CCD training course Cocoa, and un-Christian Catholic critics have said. Too your house in order so when

Our Saviour, August 17 to 31. many programs set bad examples and have undoubtedly i the busy season starts in the AUTOMATIC

Opening of schools in Diocese helped the steep rite in the country's crime figures and r fall you will be ready for It. "Keep-Fiilad"

DON BARDELLA of St. Augustine, September the drift from the churches, As always, DELIVERY
1. added. ful modern means of com BU LacherALPINE :
Maaaper Card party and benefit they munlcatlon. PMdta*

Ml I Central Av-, 142-1 III show, October 21, lIl.hopK.nlJ' They also stated that harmful New .. St..Me-1-1111
auditorium JatksonMlle features waste endle Impetus was given t*
a Cl.ersahr44ra3it.OLDEST
Blessed Trinity Wom hours of lost opportunity for the guild's campaign In July

1'ATHOM/K en's Guild sponsor. Catholics and other Chrto with the launching cf a driveto The eB MW Nurting Home

THKHH AUVI.ltTIHt.IUI: Jubilee celebrations, October liana to Influence for good build a national renter f,;r fee tKe finest in Nunin" F
WHO Ml'rroitT 2343 St. Joseph I parish the millions shut off from the work of studying Instructing Home c.,..

\Ol.U CATHOLIC PArKIts Palm Ilay.Annual religion and Informing With 1 I47457J)4S and. LARGEST

bazaar, Ascension Both the British Broadcast the campaign began a series 2lit A... S vih IN HNR1AS

parish, Eau Gallle. November l ing corporation and the Independent c>f lectures by experts up ant l .............
21, television group provide down the country on the sub _, ....n- .._. ......

. time a for small the major fixed Christian quota of sect committees anti. an to appeal be set for up luial to Try this kitchen treatThe rV CettxAcs Of rats,., CftKify,

Edouard C. Craig church. This 1s Usually taken help the movement In all Its

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fee and closing down lste In a leaflet appeal distributed flavor gelatin dessert bellesIts thickened.Set bi."." Can
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f 3 The Florida Catholic, Frldiy: August 7, 1M'
Prelates thank Pope Paul for aid

New diocesan chairmen

to Bombay Eucharistic Congress

listed for DCCW year

(CotUi.4 ,... *.!. I) .\. estimated one mlllJolIC.lhulks K>oto and Honolulu before
t T.. .......... .. ... Il.. ..... ...aell. ., r.Io_". ".... ''h',
food and clothes to the In many er them arriving In Loa Angeles onDecember .. ....
(Own ...1 .bat',. !.> IMI I lie 4 1.1.' II.'.
digent at the time of the International Americans will take part In 17. Reservations
Eucharlstic Con the ceremonies and function may be obtained at any local l'ie"ldent Family Life and Parent

(Tee*. ol the C'Onlrl'rrbbl..hop| tra\el agency.In Mt fait- t. Lacher c\luliun-T'lIfII.: HafMyMrs.

Cardinal Grades ho Joseph P. Harley, who will be making plans to attend -C' T :'ml MVeet William AVhltneyW17
u recently
spoke with the PopeIn .U ending: the Second Vatican the Eucharistic Congress' the n. ,.!"' W17( \VUlouahhv Lake;

Rome Mid that Pope Paul I'vuncll in Itonie, will arrom- Bishops of India cautioned Hetonline NeneMryMrs Orlando

U taking more than practical pay pilgrim from the Plot pilgrims from all over the Thorn! Kenna Ill..torlan

Imereat In the matter. 'e e to I India. world that "preoccupation lilt,, Lora St Mrs Anthony Banks

with the material aspects of Neptune; BvachCorresponding aMM Foster Lane

He hat offered to kelp .lathe Enroute to the congress: the the Gongreea should never .. ... Porn.I.ryMt itnraetAaMom

best piiMible manner by dioceasn pilgrims will stay in make us lone right of the .t "* Anne Tucker
and School!
rou n..1| and prsrtlral .u|>|x>rl, New Delhi Agra and Jaipur. primacy of the spiritual* Wit llth A\.. West \I..I.II..n*

to make. the congress a great Leaving Bomlwy on Decenttier and in their letter they called BradentonTreamrer.
Mrs. John Horvath
tlirreftS.According. 2, the group *ill continue for prayers and study of the ', ,
+ 1 erwa4 Km. *1, Box M
around the works and stop in meaning and mystery of the r.
Mr Thad Slemlenakl
to Cardinal Gri- Mattland
Bangkok Hong Kong Tokyo Eucharist.
bat Buckmlruter Circle
crag the
Pope hw ordered a 'International and Inter.'
large number Orlando!
copes embroidered \meilran I Rclallon.-
with hi* coat of Pull.ulll'nl..n. Foreign !Student
Bishops of India issue *
artY to be presented to prelate I. MlM Idelk.* Murphy Mrs. Robert MtGlll; \

participating in the Eu- lnt)| Washlnaton Rd. 6341 Pine Summit Dr.

ehartctic Ctmgreea. pastoral on congress TalluhaaweMM Jacksonville

The Bishops of India In \IIIII..r
their letter expressed their BOMBAY (NC)-Aa a preparation for the forthcoming f' W K.: Humph rq library all,| Ilfrr4tarfPnhllc -
gratitude to Pope Paul for 38th International Eucharistic Congress the Biahopaof .: > livklle St.
"the warm-h" arted e'I'ICQur.aement" India have issued a pastoral letter to their people and ---- lunnlln Mrs N. ... YerkM

given I them. to pilgrims from all over the world who will attend the : Catholic' harltle* IIA, Lhkelela Rd

congress in Bombay this fall. The letter was signed by and foreign" Itellef VenteePnMlrlly

Valerian Cardinal. Graciaa of behalf of the MI Hector Swrrant3WW
Clergy praised Bombay on and
: Barcelona.
Main altar for Bombay
Bishops. congress faille KeUtlnnsMfB.
as Incompatible with true Tampa
TRENTONew: Jersey In their J letter the Bhhops Chartse Cole*
<\C)-Biahop George W. Ahr spirituality, the letter em- 'The Eucharist and th:- new man" day and evening the pilgrim will wit title Partlrlpallonand 41 "y"1ew fir.Mea. .

of Trenton has lauded the particularly stressed the phanised.llumlhljr. U the! theme of the 3Sth International nee<< a liturgical function here A mass Legl.latlnn. .. ASllustlne

courage of Binhop Priests "proper spirit" of prwpt'rt1n mast be at the KucharUtlc: OonRrcM to be held in ordination of Priests from all the dloceea Maw tnoraIT ea..a&

and faithful. of the Bytantlne pilgrims' to the fall congress.Declaring ha.111 l of the Ihlnt a..!pe "t of Bombay, IndU, from November :28! toDecember of India and the consecration I of 31 .HelmontTallahaase' trl.h. TheooWe Antony

Rite Church In Romania In :' that "now .. In the right kplrltnal a >,>riMrh
6. Pictured 'I a nxxlel of five Bishops. each from a different (hll Helen. tirant. Pt.Mr. .
the face of persecution Imposed the days of early Christianity. to the Ks: <-harl.llP (.inre.., .
the huge main altar to bttN'Ch,1 in continent! will take place at this altar. .. harry Bailey NtshM.dll.
by the Romanian communfet Thai mean, the ls iUn. Hl-h-
the Church needs witnesses the Oval Mai Jan. a pubis' rk. loAth $455 Rees Rd.Cvmmlllee .
|" Lp.ahees' N.resulassie
since ".. |
regime 19 IK. ere declared ere*
more than apuk>KUU.. The Mrs, AleA. Hasleyw
-By their truths you shall daily to the IMMH-I handl-
know them" Bishop Ahr said Indian Biahopa asked participants rapped| | and IIlIdl'rrrh tlef.ed on tW|>erallng Man. Juan r>r

In hi* recent sermon at the for "a religious attitude of all kind. India plans use Consecration of Bishop Milk Ihil'lUn. timfiaternlly. |l.iiiln* .! ''''"t. Vedra HwtchH

Solemn Concelebration of Di. corresponding to what .
"' |>lrlln< l |1".I..pmr.t|
he )Ir.. Marv S "
This will
hlnnltflhted by | tryMs
Mne Liturgy in St. Ba.tl'tchurch. U primarily a religious and Itrlreat
the foul sod health seminar of vernacular only/ ) ltld| Mt North
and stressed that Alaska
"In the hour of trial event 110cultural takes place in Mrs. Paul Downing
1# PetersbiirgVnalllnilon
to he held the
during eon-
and anclal
they kept the Faith and by functions (HI Heaenn Kd.
( and. M lw' ..
and under Ita
their example encouragedtheir eten if numerous should he ship grew sfmnaor- in low Masses (il.KNAIJ.K.V: : Ala..ka (NC) Biahop George T. B itl- Ihgaslasll.m LaMaiMlnnth
flock hold allowed to cloud its retigtouacharacter.
to fat to
the unity of Peter" ." But In a deefiee way It will HOMtitl' OO lndla'sIttalaap' eau 8.J. was consecrated coadjutor Bishop of Fairbanksby and |te,eo|>men| \ and "'.,.."..n f.'r'
he carried out by ". masseale Francis Cardinal ?! |>cllman of New York last week. Miss Irene MranjonIMM W,.. Harry Grimm'
"The second rharactertatio' of cwpural works of have agreed to Unit small ;. .."...al! Ate.Jacksonville Mm .....Ierr
Named head of the spirit which ahowld the line of the vernacular. tarthe The consecration took &place, July 31. In a Gttfpci'Valley Orlando
animate all 111 true humility mercy" by paVtldpettta themselves present to low Maawe chapel( where the Jesuit Prelate had labored aa a
P.'%.' I\ C'lTVO- who _111 vlatt orphanagea -
Archbishop Thomas Clave! Let IM all remember reel- celebrated. in the promos ttl Priest for many of the past
huaauU.. ..... for the I* admlnUtrr the waasmemr/
Mendec of Panama wee elected dents of Bombay and visitors aleper.. aojrluaw, prisons a conaresjatlon 14 years. ,. them Daytona Boach

president of the Central to it, whether from India or and! aluaas, they said. This. was announceal hare Auxiliary Mishap ThomaaK Fwstwa, .; leeklCare1

American' Bishop Conference abroad, that during the days The Bishop* aaasri. for "a by Valerian Cardinal Qradwof lilll of Seetlle ArtWerast. Oft the point of guidance, Gt..tl... *
of the congress, more perhaps of ti ........ GUI observed that
at ltd meeting in San true and deep regard for Itnmhay. .pyeakMil >e the sermon at the ceremony.He LLOYD COX
Jose Costa Rita. than at other times mil- other a practical realisation Catholic BUhopn1 CnnlereeaMof told the rwvffrefattonIn human expwrkrw. amplydeimrn.lrsta
Dons will\ be Inclined to judge <4 the corporate" character India (('10laIIDwtIItr'' the rmwitod chapel that 'the rsMtrarlst. Office Supplies C?

Christianity by the way we of the Church" m that the Holy S.e'. approval wf the new Hlshnp. "II'I_ ... nf opinIon that sunders laugh CL 2-14)1 Vfn1rl&ln.

JACKSONVILLEMCXSOHVlin Christians appear to them. no C.lholkahnulrt ever feel singles by the cuunur1* that the (Hope! of Christ laprawrheH Into fragments and. shreds It, til NertK leash s..f.Waleomt ... ALUMINUM
"in keeping. with the religious hierarchy on the constitution and without direct ami. p'r"nvalrevelation. ,
and act .. an toolaled Individ In seatann out
heritage of our race, II I II ... left" .., aitmltviilue. < a easmaeI
ual. (tft the liturgy of the ecumenical hi usaan, to rhiMrwt and tIn .._. 'M
they regard ostentation and l council or group ear l ItwllvhbWar ) .-.. m...
WNtSTThunderbird Mutt.. elites, towns, tl ..
extravagance in any form They added that the ("alb.IH Cardinal Oractat MM tMternacuter hseee sail ..,..,..t, ..titl.ltp to formulate their unitinWIWet.tIUn Travelers : .= :.ernFwnilvf. "

.' .h...... .,..... kls l.teUM will \... pcenvla- .WH.. t f the reran(. rs.pa t.r( tl a J' a I : a"":.= .r.
.. ,... (Kurtlt l. Mker. .It.'. In ".11 parts of ,t.. M.satuith .d wtIkenaa'. will I. ." 'ee,K ana* ,.tl. Sae liiTAUIANT ..ltr..U.... and &e all .... .... ( the ordinary aM the. "',With Its 500 prbsjjH.Mpa4Jty > 'I ..." lha W\Y\JJ\ .H.* .llwmnanirieti/

Serving DoCeiout gCONOCAIw.,5r.1 t-krUtlana. l'rulr) #*r..p. the,Csnon-asp| the ncntsjl rhm-el'S' |... runw.ne." .. Ill, II/a'-/ .
the Communion. Othulk edifice, .In norm, /w"ial.l'lult II n.ril. .. il.rlu.b?
to e largest the
The declared. that huts., 'fff Way I -
... HUhops, ; r. Infnrtned runacienre. .
eMFr eluding the part t rem Ih* >alrr.ftks dhaae.Ianna .
the chief
had selected
.. they a Ncwter the 'Ikimii ..... .. using all 1M....,..* (nt'' baa
SEAFOODS .. 1r.e err a. 0.. 'I lla memorial nf the the Pater U* "e of *( and .
uarntl.l.wrsar. ..11, \1M'....1 congress non siirn ill,.",.' wMrh fan ArrhKuh. ...f.i and more thanHi pe.,M.<.f foe Its enlightennwnl
PRIME RIBS JetepH MareBe, Mqr. St John's Medical (bIwp ,* .. rod lubbme. |b1 |liIliily 11arat and Anesleit reed
and Hospital' Itanfalore.The be .In the vernacular ) Priests .nd) r H.tuUs were ChiwrhMlshiip 1

Mil EXMtESSWAYJAOCSOrfrTUI. 353-7419 DfaihofM a.hlekhrt The Cardinal .okra th.. present at the nuissrrnttevnThe *e...na.. K>4...", 0,." I ,.M. 'H |II| fM.
aOMO/ 334 W. Forty St.ASttRLINCr '? ,ugh this. ......,.... we not* that wtth eii..rt. M. cooonswt aloe* were halls ....
whit MwnUna
..... Mlahnei rranrto l t. ntM. >eanHJ I... .. Pal11a' :
would like to Meht a torch ehope "< Urn and ,. tfc* n>auUr free lili.wet..
the hearts of will sin Iw MtN.lmla HI of r.'....... .... ...... sprnl M fruitful year M gntlunnee
In man lit AlMha" Mnrele.nl e CJ.-d fhene Cl 2-40M
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opprenseil rite the lasiaVm .f sung M.a. In the eo aU
he ha .....
year .u
: .R..MAGY
PH' We Mentioning the .eieMy "flantuaae ..... Boyette
the) wurM's miseries fll"1r'" irf ">. Jesuit, AIkamI1.M. SAN REM 0 Awning

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Everybody ashChrist's God's world

Catholic CommentWhy

truth taught with Always busy but still slothful?

I dignity there is one character de- through to us He probably
to doubting
too few laborers ? men IF feet which we are sure w* would say, "Stop! Walt minute .
now! Let other
through these col do not have It la the vice of things
ALL there have loth. Lazy? How could we be Father wait while you do a bit of
seems almost Incredible that the has done much to break down this feel lazy when we are on the go serious thinking with the

IT laborers of the Faith are still too ing of not being essential The Confraternity references on the to teaching streetcorner.Doesn't relIgion e 194 from morning to night with C Leo J. light which I shall give you.

few In a country which has the largest of Christian Doctrine Is the this J lower the scarcely: a moment to call our Tree Make a of dispassionate daily examination
your schedule
Catholic school system In the world. ideal movement to Incorporate the potential Church's dignity? All soap Frank 3. own? and activities. How much of

On paper the Church has an almost which our graduates have. For box orators are crackpots heed However, we hate to remember what you are doing is really

Inexhaustible reservoir of lay apostles. example, teaching of religion to public Now that the columns are that the vie of sloth Important? How much U crea.

Yet the vast majority of Catholic school children is part of the work of nearing the end, the questionIs II a particular kind of lad r tive or constructive?

school graduates make little use of the CCD. Another facet is adult discussion worth a look; because I explained ne*... In the TocnbaUrjr of "Are you still growing,

their knowledge of the Faith in spread groups which offer the laityan right at the start that theology, sloth U. defined a. see that every moment of Ills mentally and spiritually, or

become they would grow mainly out "a dictate for spiritual thing time, every ounce of HU are mind and soul lying fallow .
the of God. We have failed opportunity to more con
ing kingdom of outdoor work.. bemuse their attainment. devoted to for
my I remember had His sleeve (she had energy had been want of cultivation?
with the truths of the Faith.
somewhere along the line. Most graduates versant listing Hyde Park in been foretold by Isalas);a man quire much labor. doing His Father's will Do you have talents unusedor
look forward to putting their The apostolate of good will Is an ideal London, Times to
Square and who said he was the whomsoever We never can hope being wasted on time-
knowledge of secular subjects to work way of sowing the seeds of Christian Wall Street In New York, so frequently referredto be In sense busy a and person still can be achieve such complete self killing pursuits? By more

Immediately after graduation. But charity and fraternity among Cath Sixty,third and Sangamon In In Scripture-they rUe up slothful very If, In his preoccupa. lessness. But, making allowance careful planning and by eliminating

their religious knowledge becomes a olics. The parent-educator field offers Chicago, the Sydney Domain. In my memory In their scores. lion with other matters, he for our human Imperfection some non-essentials,

closed storehouse, seldom to be opened.We an opportunity for parents to meet and The word "dignity" In the There Is at least one lunatic neglects life's most important and Inevitable mistakes are there areas In which you

have successfully' Imparted know) discuss their mutual problems and to question reminds us of Francis at every outdoor meeting activities. The yes or no we should hope to be could use your time and energy *

edge; we have failed to Impart zeal for apply the Church's teachings on the XavIer travelling\ to Indiaas -he Is usually on the plat. of sloth depends upon what It able to say to God at life'send to better advantage?
papal nuncio and "I have accomplished Are you cure that you are fulfilling
the spread of the Faith. home to these problems. representative form. By training and testing la that we are busy about.
of the King of PortugaL Catholic evidence guild the work that thou hast givenme reasonably well, your
One reason for the situation may The Rift of Faith is meant to be He refused to travel the tries to sort out the lunatics If we are too busy to spenda to do." part In My plan!"

be that our graduates have the notion shared. Many of our adult neighborsare first class, having already refused before they reach the plat few minutes each day com- If we are parents, truly
It l I. quite
that the of is for this the muning with God too busy Christian\ then we possible to be a
teaching religion solely searching priceless gift. King's offer of form. But let us agree-soap to receive the sacraments fre- parents go-go-go: port of perron and
the work of Sister and Priest. For To share the Faith with them and with new clothes and a personal box orators as a type are regarded already are devoting a great still be slothful because
quently, too busy for acts of en.
tunately for the Church the new impetus each other is the goal of the Confraternity servant He was accused of as crackpots. Why Christian charity-then It ia part of our time to the doing tangled with a multitude ofupetflclal

given to the apostolate of the laity of Christian Doctrine. lowering the dignity of his crackpots Because the saner very possible that wt are of God's work. activities, we have

office sort-the uncracked pots, one slothful. There I I. nothing' more Important tio time for the really Impor.

His answer was simple: supposes have decided to In His at the Last that we could be pant thing In life.
Sacred they and he had different abandon the largest forum of prayer
Scripture doing than nurturing the next
Supper, the night before He
Ideas of It Is well for one of
what constitutes all to the eccentric.So any us
of Mint
died, Jesus said to His. Father generation
to call halt
dignity. "The best mwrns". a periodically and
I said, "to acquire genuine dignity the Catholic, If he want "I have glorified thee However, whether parents to ask ourselves, "How muchof
to bring' the Faith to the on earth; I have accomplishedthe of do let what I
Deep faith unshaken by disaster U to wash one's own or not. many us am doing really
of men who will\ not work that thou hast givenme
clothes, boll one's tot and be masses ourselves become InvolvedIn matters, either to me or to
beholden to nobody" come for It, must mount a to do" (John 17,4)). a multitude of activities of Cod?"

IN last week's column we liahab was a conventional platform and look eccentric. no particular significance.As Whatever our past record

discussed the backgroundof personification of the waters For (OirUfUn Pope Ht. Leon"n..d Does he thereby forfeit dignity That for I I. a magnificent be statement able a consequence have no may have been. It still !1s not

which covered the earth before It-I almost *al the
very Important psalm his the Church's?
Father It own or to make on his' deathbed. Only
God "scattered" them, be railed on time to devote to causeswhich We still
no can
God had qualifyto
88. promised that the Even if the crowd shouts Jesus .
could U with absolute
royal line of David would John J. put them In their place so to them to realize the! dignity him down Even If they walk ay may benefit our neighborhood say, at the end, with some

continue forever, and the people speak, and brought the dry that wan theirs a* member away and leave him talkingto accuracy our city or our na degree of truth, "I have accomplished

had gradually come to pin CaatelotAnd land Into prominence. Thabor of thrlnfa Body. Only what nobody (as the Atheniansdid He could look back over lion the work that

their messianic hopes on this ..Ir and Hermon ((13)) are mountains dignified.I I. unworthy of that I..* un to St. Paul)? His thirty.three years and If! God could get His voice thou hast given me to do.
In central and north
dynasty. Palestine respectively.The There 1 Is no want of dignityIn
And now, with the fall of The standard was set by teaching Christ anywhere.But Question box

Jerusalem In C87 B. Co and -- third atanM (20-38)) Christ-He spoke to Jeering there might be In the
what Is the ba U of
the resultant degradation of gels to the heart of the matter groups who would have way we do It.

the royal family, many of this faith which refuses to the divine promt to stoned Him( to death If He Ills dignity in men's eyes

them were tempted to entertain crumb! when everything maintain the saddle. ., dynasty had not got Iw.yln time; and I I. dimmed If we have not sufficiently Possibility of space life exploredQ.
tangible has been ..hatter.d'Th.
serious doubts about In power forever The fourth underlined by St. Paul-In studied Him and
psalmist tells\ us !in the
Coda faithfulness to His (:HMfl) turn up 'the present tile flogging and stonings, His teaching that
to our
In all there other of beings In them to the
second stanza ((6-10)) probability groups public *school!
promises. But the author of sad altuallon for Instance (What could be crowd is not seeing Him,
are people on other plseets.n which: spiritual life were w. have a new (alholla
psalm M was undaunted The It I I. the Infinite of lens dignified than to be left
through the distortionof
power have save this wouldn't there to matter whatever school) that I la
Yet you rejected and cane, joined open fine last
Immediate situation was dismal for death?)
Clod who
on. true nut.4a.d is
our inadequacy.
Indeed the future blacker spurned and have been have to be polygenenU l'Iea.e| might be the nature of this year
still. goern all thing with enraged at your anointed. II, that Mandard the effort dimmed worse, If we lime explain. matter. Poosibly "human beIng A. You are very fortunateto
.nf lllf aarene. temper, or If we keep temper "
lo teach other planets might
You have renounced the men truth ('hristwants on have that new Catholic
And yet, with a deep faith The "sons of Cod" ((7)) and covenant with your sea them to have I Is itself but lone charity, so that A. There would Indeed, do a much better job of adoring school and you should take

nthaktn by dlaaater lie the "holy ones" ((8)) are the vent, and defiled his wholly!! dignified. they see Him !In us and dislike have know to that be poly members genesis.of We God than we poor sinnersdo advantage of It. You will find
Him and us together. no our
Nags angels who are pictured as crown In the dust her on earth. the additional money well
And If there human wentto
arc men who earthly race ever
The favors of the LORD I making up the court of heav You have broken down all will not come to us, we must All that I am here saying those distant planets; and It Is true that as far as our spent-a good Investment for

will sing forever: through en. God .1s transcendently his walls\ ; you have laid go to them: and If that means stands out plain to see on a Genesis surely seems to tell planet Is concerned Jesus your child's spiritual welfare.

all generations my mouth above them all\ his strongholds In ruins parka and street corners and public platform. But It ap- us that Adam and Eve were gives to His heavenly Father The big difference betweenthe

shall proclaim your faithfulness God la terrible In the council All who POM by the way factory gates Inh.. lunch pile, all of It, to our daily created right her on this full measure of adoration. two schools .Is that religion .

((2)). of the holy ones; he have plundered him; he hour, the dignity ls 10I.U*> contact with Individual u.. earth. The polygenesls which But the Incarnation did not Is. taught In the Cathollo
U great and awesome beyond U mad the reproach of bcltovvr. exhaust the of Cod school
Then he recalls the promise Mn4L four will and a cell"ing the Church will not acceptIs power ; It cannot be taught In
all round about Mm Ms n.Ihbor.42). In the midst of our miseriesIt the
mad to David through the have no dignity In them By admitting that that which would have u. public school As Catholic
we accept
((8)). The final Is .
stanza (47-52)) ls to think
prophet Nathan: that ran compare with the Catholic doctrine earthly humans descending pleasant that you have a strict obligation
There are a few poetic allusions an anguished plea for com any or God has created other beings In
dignity of the open sky, from Adams. conscience to see that yourchild
"J have mad a covenant practice we clans\ ourselves many
In thin slants which! relaxation of the divine rigors whom He loves as, He does religious ed.
gets a good
with my chosen one, I call for We read which have with the eccentric. You seethe Persons with spiritual souls
explanation. brought the na. Yes-but-saps the objector.<< us, and who Jon Him Letter ucation. Ar able to do
have sworn to>> David my eyebrow raised "You may live on other planets, but you
for Instance, in tm 11: lion, justly enough, to sucha than w* do. the
servant Dragging In the sky, he don't to tell sine job yourselves Sunday
You have crushed luhab Anguished mean me you believe they are not descendantsof If the
sorry pass. humanity crest of
I'orn.rlr111 I confirm yourpoet.rtl1 with a mortal blow; withyour though, It la, It Is shot through feels, Is only a debating trick In-" whatever It may Adam and Eve: they did not creation (apart from the angels school: wont do It.

and establish strong arm you with a wn'ld.nhOI* that What he had In mind was the be. 1 remember a woman I share in our original sin. Possibly ) and If this crest gives Q. If a Catholic girl la mar

your throne for all gen have scattered your enemies. God will surely remember kind of people who talk on had Just met at dinner on they needed no redemp glory to Cod It .Is logical that sled. to a divorced man by awlal.ter

..r.OonaU( ). the promise of the pa.&. aoap-huxe, and the behaviorof shipboard she learnt that I lion All we can know about there ahould be a* many humanities what I* the procedure
the crowds who lUten. went to confeMton: to her their ratification Is. pure In to bar the marriage'
our galaxy and inother
And Imkwd talk to husband ancUoned Im the Catholic
we Rome jut entering the speculation
Father Patrick O'ConnorReel galaxies as art needed
odd |
I who used to stand In "Oh George, Mr Sheri. goes to which I subscribe .is a lo\ed! and served as he shouldbe A. Such "sanctioning may

/ threat in Vietnam front. of me all the time I to CMtfeeaton I nt it quaint weekly review for Priests pub- In all parts. of this vest be Impossible, but the Inter-
increasing "was talking and pray for me We mustnt let the raised !liahed' In France, L'Aml du universe. e ted parties should talk to a

at the top of hut voice; a man eyebrow quell u*. We muatnt CI.r,.. It .Is much InterestedIn Priest, giving him all the d*>

COMMUNIST armed fortes tack on Nam Dung, Vletna- A machine gun burt the who thought he was God\ let It madden u* either Even outer apace and life on Q. My b..bad and I would falls of the diverted mans

a near and mesa special forces camp, Cievh Imprint; Ceako.loven. and a woman who annoumed raised eyebrows have souls.' other planets. In a recent .la- lib to find out about a Catholic previous marrlA,..

present danger to the city of about M mile from her. The .ka Z>>rojo>ka. Urns Another that she was the woman God; So to .{*.Il. sue (June 4) It gave a summary achooL1'* hat a bill Q. I gav up ometklng' I

flue and this region of "Viet attacking force wa* a r.lr> machine gun rluaely modeled of theological\ conclusions girl who ,,1II.lart school 1 this liked for roe"' In return for

nam now than they hart been forced \ let Cung ttatullon.! on U had the date, IWl, drawn up by Professor Mfplemher, and would like toknow a big' favor (ay alMt a

for 10 year'Early The l.t dltUlon tooled Into the metal not In Washington letterCuba's Delhaye, of the theology faculty the difference .brtneenth miracle). I waa w.*derlng'
In July for the first numbers but In large, clear of the Catholic University public aid CatholicrbonU. Jut what w.u4! happen If I
time sine laM: a Viet Cong rowmusl.t and attack. *n ..1. Chine' characters. of Lille. Her they art . W'* are Catholic and Mat" tier, u .p an; MOT*.

(communist) unit larger than 'pott Village hat and eatsage Th Viet Cong In this area condemnation partially In translation, partially many of our friend, don't b*. A. I am quit confident\

company site operated In thl.ar.a. altempi notsblys..hlplled have recently received tmpor. by In paraphraa and abbreviation llet In p.)lng U e4 theta. nothing would "Npt'4n." but
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an American military tint new aupf tiles! of arm, according I would turret the advice
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division of the Vietnamese The** are Thua Thlen. of her. "Up to last May only to tail u* whether or not there public chool. And they teach regarding the eons
army, has Mid her "W. which llu the are other Inhabited. planetsIn the MM*. to why nut send UnuatkM of
*. ancient capital two or three Viet Cong unit meeting of your sMrtfk*.
foreign all trade with
noticed an increase In VietCong Is thief town and going In three parts had 60 mm TIlE exceptIn our unlverw, Theology has
incidents' from July 1. Trl, which I Is cut acrOM the mortar,* an American ad- of the Organisa foodstuffs, metitcin and no objection/ against the hy- M. J. Murray
lion .f AnvrrlCMi State medk and called
qwipfMat, ,
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This culminated on the bib top by nit ITlh parallel dirk vl.or salt "Now every Viet *
which Invoke! the .
American state to
new ettmomtrand on
and eth, especially !In the atatholic..- ln, south (and central) Vietnam (ing unit **4M to hav 1 Indeed as w* now see
pnUttMl sanctions .,aln.! ..uf* Ml all Me trade with thing. It seems man normalto but
from th* communUtrule them. Th attack NamIhwa Strange true
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ro the___restoration laboratories located on the rallerv's. first : of other tapestries of ":t.'I \ \ery ends of the earth." Thin Father

uoor. the same style and contemporary Is the duty not only of tUsti- John .1.

The laboratories deserve A good part of the labora.tory' to the damaged one. ,1,: r>p' Priests and religious but a

that name for they ire no Her work U correcting ear T ft s Vatican laboralorlnC'Dr.tr.l. V also of the bits .\* the Utter U'KilenHeal

mere collection of cubby rcktoratlons. constitute 1\N>ut (pr) p.rcent
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holes. The main room of the Other' pieces of the Vatican Iran collection However, they .... of the Catholic fold. It ItohvtoiM I

tapestry section la about the a more than 250 tapestries ocraftloMlly do special favor .,,)..,. .' that the pmptvwtionrf --- -
size of a small gymnasium. here suffered from mans inhumanity .\1 the y1 r4 the Faith of ChrUt will be
reqneat o: former
to ( In Presence of Christ in
art One Renaissance largely
proportion to the
Tht floor and ceiling of the president of Italy.I Tns laboratory ....--.- th. Lords
Italian masterpiece hada '..' .f.f'etH( In which our laity fulfill Supper
room are lined workers wished
with Iron huge section cut out of its anespecially .. this furvUmenml duty. "I 1 read the sixth chapterof '
And the large tapestry be
more Dun center so that It could fit The frultfvlntM' of atieh St. John's Coupe. ] with
20 tapestries now under longing to tb. Italian govern I
repair around a papa throne. witnessing U llln.Mrale! special car and saw that thlt
stand in nicks that can cleat.oubrr.. else. In Italy << In
But the the conversion of U truly the teaching of Jesu.
be pulled out sliding along greatest villains by wan there a tab large enongh Father John
the tracks for convenience of far are time, dust and moths. to beadle I \; II. Reno of fount Hluff II* promised that He would

the specialists Over the centuries, great and lows now iUitant pastor of give ui not a reminder orymNtt

repairing them small tapestries altar pieces, The laboratory also has Its ft..J 1 r' s .: eta r;t. rYanctn pnrNh Pueblo of Hlmoelf but Hit

Principal feature of ."olhfr1"0011I wall hangings and other own technique for bathingthe 1 Cok nKKt.kt wan roaretl a real serf. Italy l and nkxx!, forth

U an enormous lab, :30 woven pieces have hung precious and ancient masterpieces. iMtheran" ads 1..hvt.nanMr..t..t nourishment of our souls.

feel long In which the rrafi throughout the VaUt'ln or They make their Vatican tapestries preservedA Father IVnn, "anrlrtlvine 'M,' flesh' II. Mid '\' foo.|

men "..b the great' trlumpha been laid In its storerooms own" soap from a special( root Mted4Nl seethes and indeed., and my blouil I la drink

of the' weavers and artists i>f and hate deteriorated stead to that no chemicals and Franciscan:! Missionary Sister of small but highly: skill) croup of ex- P uncMy 1It'hnI,1. Indeed. lie who rats my flesh.

the Middle Ages and the ily. only vegetable matter touches Mary labors over one of the Vatkan's ports pnwrv for the world the rich "." a youngster I heram and drinks my htoml. at'i i".'

ResaUaance.These. Many of the larger ones the original colors: and priceless collections of tapestries In heritage of the past which la rut of InteresleH. In the Catholic reHgtim In m* and Iin him' ((1.. >\. 7),.

premises are only could not be hung for centuries threads. Vatican City laboratories where a the Vatican Museums exhibit through alerting C:,>r- "...... first Maw I ever. at

part of the laboratories. because of their enormous Another special assignment "n OfnVn a high school .tuilrttt tenrkwt was a solemn high\I ,
Across Vatican City, next to alesJ'or Instance in was the restoration of a 14th send a devout convert tu Map at the.. cathedral InOmaha

the parish church of St. the laboratory's examination century Flemish tapestry belonging the t'tllhohc faith I was greatly Into

.'., nuns and lay women room there now hang aGOOeoIi to the Franctacan& ba. Church around the worldIn He told m. how much his pressed hy the beauty. of the

laboriously r."elthe /\ tapestry of the ITth silica at AssioL. Known" as the filth meant to him. and sahlthrft C.-eriw...ite led singing of

estries. tap. century which is more than Seraphic Tw of St. FrancU. he ,.,ri1rl It M the' the choir nrt.1. the re ricm, '*

As you might silence :30 feet long and :20 feet high. this late Gothic maatcrpiec\ Poland Strikes literature Delegate arrives greitext gift which Gal could of the worshippers
Within the post 50 years a hud lawn u-I l as a carpet onfeaaukijs glee to anyone.1. .
Is almost a hallmark< of ,,\ I"'C': ( ) lousy 'tapalebl: aoslae| wa them
number of new galleries have and .perish l occasions. HKIU.IV (n-8td..n) Cardinal nTT.C'C') Anhhlah-
both sections of "He went lorhnrth not ally ,,
these labors- ll
been man than ever children are n of the 1"f1.1 U raMitgaloll ..
to the Vatican Ssriitii fttnttloll. Canada's
tories. The painstaking work Wll1&'tu1r.1 proi..tstagainst ) museums to accommodate theLara.r the Polish communlatgovernment's new a| .|olir delogats' has
of recomputing ancient masterpieces When all preliminary work .a,i inimorsJ l-. a, prwn. and alter .. h..1| be nude a 'l..llI sad l the rhaaerraletl .
tapestries and the new conftncnUon .f arrived in Ottawa to take otr
does not lend itselfto has been completed, the tapestry iniMtaslix." aosordaakg to Nor- Ike IIIf..... .H...cr..t."We wine' -1 Ike real llmlyan
picture gallery includes a CO.OOO copies of hooks CW,.. his dttltos.
the normal buttle of ordinary Is carried to the Vatican in.ui lanttruU) GUroy ss iyd- <| IIIMM| | nf C hrl..r.-r.,. thesd.sr.lb
offices. special room for the nine taming his& public: ........ Th llyoor-oM f 0 r m e rIpnrelob uootl to .... king .
In the .
master City convent of the Franciscan nev u .Ih* p'pl..
weaver's huge great tapestries designed by in a aermon at KU 'Ann .i.st* tiNl Lgw. walks'' lustiest and CtontnnrspUinod
cavern the
characteristic sound U the.plash RaphaelThe Missionary who In Sisters ofJlary Church In Warsaw It was rs- The nutMaw AtMtsllnI'lrUio .orta, suocr asbl Archbishop a number. of tie.rktlrltee "Oonlwt gut m* In touch

. of fountains SIC chares- of ported hr*. Bald In a speech .< the ttehnatisno Maftrto who h**) and dvvotlwna of th. with Father" "Kenneth' !khlS't
hkh .
filters restoration of ala". ... the reweavlng.In i-iwninn .< a ... his* scituol. taken U| hla nw post M "hurrh I II I. .1.) .. let m* .saw .... O F,M ....tant pMlor of

through large windows try I* a complete tJ rlf'. ....tIt a large airy room .. hfnth..r. The iuwks printed .inFrance in auburbaa Aebfl.ld that wpsl. nuncio In Urasll tumlia on in. '.......11e MNM+n. pia JiMonhs Church In Omaha
facing< on the Vatican
garden la stretched were lent to l I...Urwi.
out of
on one hadnl
"I hn
are two .large frames K.IIHncwsvsndm .......1. This marks th'* fourth tint oaiMlsilly ro- who Mne MM a thuruuclirouro
the nioteaMe. rash. In Ihs gallery by the WorN Unaon %t Ckth hllb .. bid I flilNlItn't .... .
the "MMert' and other. that W pet Nftt ejf th* trnahl of Instrurtiun. When
women sir' dststail ha. Men .In
"You must be unhurried In laboratories. .\ |>holn. work dally from H a... to I die W....... tHgsnaiattonsand l publications. sr.. swiac rind. to fanmia. fit tat iievnasMiwas the feeling: '''''. If th. fatholar I rorrlvMl nay lint llulf
this kind of work" one of the graph I.l made of II. Then ,. eeesfiraed i tea fnH.Th .
e '
... .VlHIthPnrmta. religion moral mierh
an ( .
craftsmen .p reweatlag the tapedrlen. In last. when h* |..sck.dIn o. III union mv P hortinmhimt
hate 6000. different explained. "We pert,. examine lh. f'lr.pll't The lalrlrary of Ibe woik ranbe PoUch prlfjiau. ..boprot shmiM. warn tavlrihiliJrrii the Italian |a.r...... ofMontronl to.utb.n soil' kept him webs with. juy anal gratl-
shades of lard by link. makingdelta to U.! "!. It might a"""* don I.ml .
a|>| rerUted when one ..*.* In Pile echoic during the aramlsnawlun Wanting brine:
ol .. .
threads the ....
at Sisters' work of d. ., downsnisevllvn
jolting .
We reallaea .11I.11. an l.c---1..u. a falsa* a tax! W ..... II4mlUksn ty.... uf puhUcntlotM that .. of tier. Montrwl ssvte- soajis pond. n.! nlon toM rfcfUt'4 NI. $vUlp truth awl
shop. think
exact shade. You need about the *. area of a lapnlry. that meaa Je...* hy tIM g.*.*rn. roul.t. make tMsm M ........ ........ M* of th* wonthwftil fooling .Ills. grarHftvtng Ka<.r>im.nt I.
quiet, urea > meat acalnat CMhoUe. that ram*. over son In law tu othra, I .lessees &iro*
light and time. Thee note and suvge s.I..gere feet ( hsha Lublin a t ths> .people. who puMtahtlirm His nrst visit WM In l.fltMl tnnfena 4 |
tUMM become the basis. fur the salved. psnk fur his .1"! IU
The restoration of overall r.prsde. the rlclnal M>ne*
fallen.brie. restoration plan. indicated when h* com to ..writlYtovia
.. on a edeatllle. haUreally on the photograph in lime amount to :0 ttr Jo. 'New mentality' and ...,.... for mission In cortaln. that hell .. In U..I! .
blocked frtotMtahlp .", t la ilviormliuNila
began I In ire when red pigment Thus they DUKESSTEENFVJNtKAL
produce wok In MnwtH AsnorkM.larurw .
large tapeotries may take Uv. ... U .
Pop Plea XI boll the |>re. a miniature diagram of from five to six HI'IM HHUhop .\IIU:14: (1/- ..rly I........ M keep u"Tk HOMI

eat plrl.r. ,.II..r. ,. Fup. Hen- what must b* done what It has not years t been to e.roitore. tl-- Enrique lieu of Mar IIn' \ | >n--Th apseehiWa'Imlldateatne asses | |11..1.l ai.4 Ini lift s. FUrUa Ar

edict XV SIM d prevl..n..ly areas are to lie completely restored mated how del Plata toM tnemlwra of thowomen's r.f the Mun a ;.rd.., .|ia"Mi>( ss anretelr *.
opened, m lapealry erhool. I. and what are to te work still remain many to years restore of auction of Argentins) run anhdtneooa of lUatorgcmi. : Youths deported l. lbs beady and l Mt J.I\\U L114a'4

Itl*. left as they are. at l last one all of the Vatlean's CathutU Action"' .1 tl,"r nntWmal > Monalinor. Artur Itollt ol his, telt. ..., lbs mar.
leer uatng Ms photo and I collection. ronventWm --. that 4.hw.rhisc.PwA.e. Peas MOXtJ HUM) (VAn .*. ....,...,..4 | ttvrame tot slot l|

their aaacmblel. notes, craft- "new menUluy la (....lawl. for Men r."JIIPfJ p I"'''' t1 1* tlOMled JcOttO young .",.< II ,.........,..
lEACH MEMORIAL men draw a diagram Indicating Asked what the laboratory by the srMevements *>f the flu' llnflaTartan' srovernntenlto C'ttI4utw'n.' ..le|..>rte<|
CHAPaSI more specifically the restoration will do when the entire collextlon ecumenical cwmtfl. attend the both ansWte*.. Iran Ih* e4ly *./ Hafighal by .| Had Ih* (,110I" bwddl.

> lm sI51 aSEMINOU .mN1.." to be undertaken. has best brought ssry <*f his grsMhasUosi. froent th* C'MHttCr r mfiMM *H to h. font n.. .rwl Ivram rvinnM -"i' jpALMMtMoIZIAL

When certain sections of a back to the original perfection The "I.hop rail that led >.. Unhormliy ."t Moeuta. un..*'|.....,a.I..1| JlI n k I. n g that this .a* iiirrijrIh

IEACH tapestry are entirely destroyed on. of the master craftsmen mull of the "creative sad r*. Au. .trla. I
MEMORIAL CHAPEL auch has said.Well nenlfig breath of the '.*in.r T".n. WM rtwrte<| north. It hole been re|....| 4 nrUt I wan particularly. lm<

at >,>m.ai* SII-SMI .1 the part cutout will be a MW type .f IsymsnWho "hers hy the Ustrvnan IntJMWlcN _e. Beginning( in May, the |......* fur the "n\ uience of a begin all over again. will '....1 l III.....' Incresalnflv ..w. Ateicv MunalgnorMi ....1.1.11"n. ware |pr.e.gawl| II'S, f.IIIIIIIlH: ; ;

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A The Florida Catholic Friday, August T, 19M
new apostles

Sports comment

Village of silence unites families

Amateurs gain rewards by
By Glenn U. Kltllrr might bring about a little and, with the help of youth. F

{ people looked upon change of her own example.Niftier' ful Korean Catholics, she

THE defects as punishments erected the tents on the a aiding athletic
deepest Concern programs
Inflicted by departed : property and she called the
were the deaf mules' man,
the village of silence.
ancestors who had been place
of whom had been cast out Ry :.VKXTHK chin the bar 10 times; run
angered. Frightened by this, iif their homes m ihlMren, Then the went through Seoul "lM"iK.ri' at any the 1500 meters In 5 :30; high

they shunned anyone born "h..n heir fiimlllei dl.... and the. countryside and looking tk meat are sitting jump four feet; toss, a dummy
for deaf mute men women
with affliction those
any so covered they could not hear ducks' for rarHntT{ criticism hand grenade about 35 yards;
and the led them to the
who suffered the defects suffered
or penk. village of silence and ..h.managl'fl latest In the long; and Home-. swim lip meters In 130; scorea
more because they were A times hilarious series of hobbles |xw ible :36 out of 50 In small
Indicate to
unwanted. Most children soon died, to bore rifle shooting, and so
by the cropped(
At the Benedictine convent from starvation and exposure, that this wan now their home, .f forth.
tip In the relent .|titular
near Woman In North Korea and those who survived\ hada they need not wander anymore
Sound too strenuous to
I I !t" l' M !Kit meet when one
need not beg or
Sister Caritas tried again future of begging and they
only of the lays with a ribbon on you? Does to me, too, but.that's .
and again to convince the crime. Sister Caritas had been kteat.
of the GTO
the village becamea his Isiwl| | casually hM. a part pro.gram
that they were wrong working with the deaf mutes Slowly
4 in the USSR. GTO It
discus' Into the right leg of !
home indeed. Barrack replaced -
"Your dead ancestors can do since her arrival in Korea in
the Russian abbreviation for
houses m old J Hutnv during the10Otvntelrr
nothing to you," she Indicted 1938, and there were many the tents. Small I ( thriller It gave "ready for labor and defense*
twrratks.American .
"God wants us to love and obtttacles. She met only the succeeded the You're 48* Don'tWOITY
the Russians a legitimate extune over
help those!! who are born with beggars who came to the con .Irmcd Force let slack
for thelclory of Munilerklml they you off
defect You must not abandon vent. .IIC1nrd nearby built s I :t7w' ae terry; I.lnditren. to mornlnuprt'lse./ and a

them." To communicate with them, mertlnghall I where Hitler though the prewtlous 1H- mere l5()() meter runandyou
Hut it was difficult to Sister learned the sign language .
teach and women
men )ear-ol from the shady Mil- are permitted to taper
change centuries of tradition. but few of them had the Un: language: : a. well am sides of the Spokane, Wash. off on the swlmmng, shoot
The Benedictine missionary learned it and so there was tenth women how to ew and ington apple orchards out. log, shotput and skiing.
could only hope that she little understanding between
took and run a hou e. ran the favored meet record
them. She was able to find But It I III good to knw that
holder, Leonid Ivanov, by
job* for two or three of the The Americana also built a here In the United Stales. the

ORLANDO women around the convent, dispensary not only for the c 60 yards. football pro aren't the only

but the men, after being fed tillage ot silence but for "Mill' I can't help l| but admire athletes straining and puffing

WINTER PARK or medically treated for some neighboring communities too. g+{"T,+r lk he budge-wearer.. tii get and keep In shape these
Illness, wandered off again, And when the men were self- 1 impossible| summer dol)..
to beg or steal. reliant enough, they found C"" For the most part the men
jobs awaiting them In the and women who run amateur The men who crew the
Couplets Put Control Find friendAnd American camps.Fulfillment. sport do so out of the good huge 12.meter America's Cup

LEWIS COliEX1ERMINATING there were wars. ness of their hearts-and yachts go through the same
Co.Iaeorporat. World War II followed by Internal rAt .' pocketbooks. There Is extremely sort of regimen, so their muscles

./ 1141 strife, then by the Korean little reward for will be able to cope with
Two particularly
111 w.u.<. ,.. r-rO. .141.1,5Herman .f llOfll .. War. During these years pleased Slater Caritas first Mass in the DioceseFather those who give of their time the "coffee grinders" that

the deaf mutes realized: that, Mm, the men and women and effort to help American hoist and trim the mighty
whether they could communicate In this Diocese offered amateurism. sails In any kind of weather.
began marrying each other, Francis Smith, ordained on His first Mass was

J. Heidrich with Muter Caritas or mating Into a small houses June 27 in Louvaln, Belgium, returned recently at St. John Vianneyto Each yean they are subjected Constellation, for example,
has John Handel alternatecrew
not, they could rely on her. and starting I.A m III e.. Their the Diocese of St. Augustine this Church in Orlando. Serving as his altar to abuse and ridicule whose main is
& Sons Thus, when the (communists man Job
children, having normal hear. month his duties. Is Barous and every fourth year they
past to begin priestly boy Larry e. / t> conducting/ the callsthenle
seeking to destroy the mission .
4>.t..n.eatpt..s Ing and speech, are bombarded with vilification
of Toy J r.i..t cud ,...,uit.. Influence in North Korea with the parents in because some make the drills of the crew that looms
1U>'KEB ftlUSU rsODCCTS goudml the deaf mutes to as prime challenger to the
sign language, and they grew trip to the Olympics. But the
participate in the attacks on New films brilliant American Eagle. Per
up without the nuperstltutlon thankless tasks they perform
E haps that kind of work paid
mission stations, they refused. that their parents were the must be done by somebody
off over the recent weekend
On .then grounds, the lied*) victim of angry ancestors. Morally unobjectionable) and they'd prefer to do It when Constellation finally
for general patronage'
themselves, rather than sit
attuned Minter' ('nrlfai of 1':,rcpt fur the silence, the hung the first defeat on the
BEWARE Hllll DIVM .NKJIIT .\ Idly by and I let pure professionalism .
OF r<>unier>rr'olu.I".r, actitii families' HIT like' families Eagle.
lies unit she, put her In. |>rl' *. anywhere In korea. -.1Drlt.i ) or government subsidization Sportsmen all, the sailor
\tHTIII.MTn.an.: : : take over.
on, l' 1 also net an enviable example
Second\ the nl'lhborlnrarm.tl Tilt: Amer .Intl ..
( )
For two .she The lame l I" true of ,.....Iou.corpo..loDli of amateur actl.Uy.Joe ,
years ws at first oppnoed( Sin ltol'MT.\nOl'T (Para) 4* qt
and Indhldu.l."ho ( Williams Is on vacation)
i iI ip moved from pilxou to |prl+ni.Freed ter's village' because they did KIM; AMI M\\i\(3
give of their' and
toll at Lint, her superiorssent nut want so many of the (Brit) money Move church
I her home to Went Ur- living-damned to settle so \\.\U.H OK ). : lit know-how,

many for a rent. Hut she did near, bringing their doom iELLHernia.( ,) A typical US. example Is BO>V (%C) -The commu

not rest Instead, ahe spent( over the countryside.. Hut u that of Mama Leone's Bruno nist Czechoslovak govern.
p fw Isle asks d T 1 Mme her leave raising $10,000' to the years pa ed and the village Morally unnhjertlnnahl and adofe.ee.tsWII1:111IA)1'l foradults Bernabo, who undertook the ment has declared Its Intention

underwrite, an idea she had. grew to 22 families, the ofT task of feeding Olympic hopefuls of preserving/ famous
When she returned to Korea : : : HB i0\K church
farmers discovered) that they during the trials. When at Most in Bohemia
WE ARE NOT THE in 11)55, she put her Idea to were good) families and good -(Para.) r the Olympic committee an outstanding example of

LARGEST 8UT WE TRY work. neighbors, letter than must Morally unobjectionable thanked him, Bernabo murmured late Gothic architecture. The

TO BE THE FRIENDUEST perhaps, because of the attnonphere for adults only that In our hum church and town will be
BeginningsNear of gratitude to Bister moved and rebuilt because
IU'Utlll.J.p..) -- ble way. we hope to have
A1A.Ofef Annum, N.ouIhe\ bought that permeated their vii. (United Artists) Papal' honorA contributed to the success of they are atop a newly-dis.
IVA/O' Current Dividend. some projMTly. She also UM, and gradually the hat Otwervatlon This picture .In 4MJ* Otympte ..from..nd ." covered coal lotto, accordingto
and fear toward them dieappeared. : general and his wife received papal honor at reports received here.
CvmpounoW OusrtW/ bought some surplus tents to N construed as entertain' ] just what have you,
'. sent and not as a documen a private ceremony in the chapel of the residence as a spurts fan done to con

Save with Security PAQUETTE MOTORS In thin of, hatred surely, In l I' the Sister's conquest tary. of Archbishop Gerald T. Bcrgan In Omaha. Ne tribute to that success? ORLANDOWINTER

('.UCTutTIJIo: (Fr) braska. General Thomas S. Power commander in
A"T.oa'UD DRat.tal.na.tgll.a : schieve.ment
greatest triumph an Are yo. al lest trying inImprove
SAVE AT Tm1 .I.s.a toi'Xi i.mntM; Till chief of the Air Command invested
Strategic was
even more Important to PARK
.l....|..k.* Tntk ( your OMB "rondl
SECURITY FEDERAL VMS can a missionary than what she (MOM) a* a knight of the grand cross of the order' of St. lion ere a side-line Olympia
Cc.. C h,.H .. or. )!... 7. did for the deaf mutes. rurally obJfrll.hU. Sylvester. Mrs. Power received the Pro Kcclesia ealh..Ut?
04 J-1UJ Yet this should I )I. purl for allAMIItlfAMMTlOV
no surprise et Pontificate medal Citations accompanying the
for from the start there : I) .' awards lauded their role in the construction of The Presidential physical fAINT
was i hint of It In her name. .:ml.Tilt: 'MOM* fitness program that Stan
WHE'( YOU KKICO Carltas, which In iJitln means NBC: AM THK 1'1' I,(;.,..: a parochial school for Catholic children near Of Mustal heads up cant hold Whose! Prices

r t. 'st.aoari terlaltsstads. love. t.inh Warn, ,) futt Air Base in Nebraska. a cathode to the Russian (.... A.D essay

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5 '7 The Florida Catholic Friday August 7,1061

audiences at summer villa

described by American touristsBy Pope recalls Gospel storyto

Father John P. DonneUy and claps and Pope Paul water skiers/ audience

'CWC News Service smiles and waves an arm In

CASJELGAXDOLFO. Italy-"I've new teen any. their direction. Then he :A.t CASTKLflANDOLFO: (NC) -Pope Paul VI received

*v, like it: and I live In New York City." speaks to them In Italian. The 150 competitors from 28 water skiing championship teamsprt"lI'nUng

Thus one American woman described in the most same Is. repeated In French Europe: Africa and Mediterranean areas

glowing: terms she knew the first general audience held then English German and and compared their sport with the Gospel account of
by Pope Paul VI (July 22)) after beginning his summer Jesus walking on water.

stay !in the papal villa here. She and some 10.000 others From America a monsgnor The athletes gathered In the hall of the Swiss Guardsat
announces, are several
had come for the groups the summer villa overlooking Lake Albano where
audience .
to this small villare In the including one from the Jesuit. I
Aloan hills. skiing competition was tobegin
run Seattle University another .y 1r3 blessing and talked! with
They came the 16 miles here and there points to i from the Catholic College next day. leaders of various groups lie

from Rome mostly by buses group and directs their waya of Cedar Falls, Iowa another In referring to the Gospel distributed medate as souvenirs
which special blessing passing from Lockwood SchoolIn episode which relates how
slowly climbed the and accepted the gift of
down the long center able he r Jesus walked sense Lake
steep grade to the castle. Oakland, California another two volumes containing reports
leans over from time to time Tiberias to the Apostles on
from St. John Chrlsoa-!
They passed religious on the olympia, games
article and touches an outstretched the other side, the said
Ip :
tom In New York
booths on either side parish City held In Rom In 19UX
hand the head
or of a child .
and here and there a soft held above the crowd Finally, he announces a large With HI. mastery over the
up bya
drink stand displaying trade parent group of American military I liquid element, Jews wnnlislli Helps farmers
names familiar to Americans. personnel and their families.Of render manifest to the still
Then lie takes his place on > KW: \OIIK (>C-A Joint
A short path from the gate the throne and the audience all the American groups hesitant| Ap ..ilr.* nol Ills project to break the vicious

leads through a field of grass begins. First In Italian a morn theirs has the loudest re5pon.e. Y'r wonderful| power but hut It* circle of hunger and poor
with a formal t was the (*.>n of Cod; |, M.i.lrr In
statuary gar. signer announces the group. agriculture underdevelopednations
den on the left, and a turn present from Italy. As their rope Paul thanks the Americans of all the rrrntnl world and U brine undertakenby

to the right leads to the frontof names are called, each shouts for coming so far for I that Ills message ram from the overseas aid agency of
the general audience hall this visit (Jo.1 and had lo b* bfllfted."Hy American Catholics.

At the doors, papal gen "It U a alga! of your great A this walk over water The Catholic Relief Strv

darmes in their black uniforms Kerala Bishops filth" be 5a and a comfort if w Jesus Invites JIll disciples to -NaUonal Catholic Welfare
with Napoleonic hats to the Holy lather, grasp with faith the whole Conference hat started 1 agricultural
check tickets-those with Christian Revelation and the ) training centers In
yellow to the left and right take further stepin After blessing the group Pontiff at summer villaA supernatural' realities which M nations In Asia Africa and
down the the Pope again mounts the South America In
length of the hall tw cooperation
cannot seen or touched
those with special Invitations liturgy reform portable throne and returnsto new ball for general audiences has the flat summer audience, which it but are as real at the natural with Britain's Oxford committee
his car. The of theconvertible been erected the grounds of the estimated attended by 10,000
(mostly In groups) down the top on was was world which falls within our for famine relief, a
center aisle to the front see- HRVAKt'LAM: India (\C) Is lowered In the papal summer villa at Castelgandolfo) persons. The Holy Father told the Csperlence nonxlenomlnaiional organlwtkm. -

tons on either side. Kerala's Bishops have bright morning sun and he.tePl to accommodate the great throngs of people from many countries that their "Our. predecessors and our. .
These Included groups of taken a major step In Introducing and bless to the stand several a hundred moment visitors' who travel! out from Rome to presence was testimony of their faith sthe always have had a Ilk The aim of the training

villagers carrying a banner modernized Malayalsm who could not crowd Into the see the Holy Father and to receive hla "not in a man but in Christ and HM tog for sports which frequently centers .U to teach advanced
agricultural method
i boasting the name of their language prayers for the.tate' audience hall but who have blessing. Thin picture was m.de.. visible Vicar. eiprewiefl Itself, embracingall to sea
In rural
town; groups of) Sisters: a 2,700,000 Catholics.The the various forms of area
stood for almost an hour In Pope P.ul1 entered the new hall for who Hill then peas on their
large contingent of American prelates held a conference spurt"As
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the biasing sun or sought the
new knowledge to others
I servicemen and their families here recently to diwua
Ion a U.s.O. tour end several the reformed prayers on the shade which rims of. the abruptly garden from hillside the On moral dress At Camp St. JohnSummer practiced long as they they are l lain properly taharmonious 5555445"'...." ..,.-.." ..

| others. basis of a draft prepared by of Moving
windowed stile of the hall development
a committee named! earlier for (ttUHJNK OC:) Joseph
the human and .. .
built Ire .
The andlrnr/ 51N1..1.511 'tll.'I.
Is scheduledfor the purP<*'. Pope Paul spots a young Cardinal Frlngs of Cologne foumlvil qualities of the ...... ......... is par a.. .4.
[ 10 sin and the hall I I..* The draft will be finalised boy In t he crowd pressing season on 4r..*. 14.. h... bass Ik. .M *.4Ik
5 filled to Its ".0((X) capacity and against the barricades and the has railed on civil authoritiesto spirit and Mil control ... ... (4.555 Ik. MM** .fl
and published at a later [beyond bjr 9-X The draft prayers considered papal gendarmes regaining enforce morality In d...... "Your very personal"" I expo ........I Hors wMtl* lf, tf per
them. lie beckons to him and draws to a closeS rlenc* shows '0how amt
at the conference Include
At IftlS the papal Merce- the boy ducks under a guard The Cardinal spoke at s how much healthy practice fit INNIN5NN5N5NNNNNNORLANDO"

d Benz arrives outside the Our }Father the Apostle the *Angelus Creed and the and over to the ('< Camp St John !In Switzerland, spot rontrlbutM to the d.-
|hall from the castle .
during the observance of th human
eight'day veWpment *
I per
efforts he receives a blessing
undred yards the hill the Act of Contrition. Florida and situated on the St John. River terminatesIts
up of the BOOth anniversaryof eon Therefore will understand
|the Pope transfers to his Thee and the other common and a papal| pat on the tint permanent session( of overnight camping among you
por heed. Not to bit outdone a lit- the transfer of the remains that wa feel for It WINTER PARK
table throne and carried on prayers' now In we have tic girl runs after hUn-may. of the Three Kings from tab the to"'rrlnCI.tnf"< and! gigantic oaks of St John'* County.To benevolence and t ailmlratl!

lithe shoulders of the sedan! or been chances outdated since by terminological their publication be a sister, and aha also .receives Un lo Cofeftve. He declared. say th* least, all four p rtaK.a of the Dloease I and, that we eiwwursne youngiropU BARNES
papal chair-bearers in
I bright red many oVcade ago. the special attention "Recently there has been s M*.U M were. an ovwwhwlmIng swarms< In anti around. the ( I III |It.
capes and longled DR.*Wit: AMD:
of the The cowlml' | by
stocking*, enters the hall I'Dpe degeneration of morals which 1 succaaa three >*as>unsor pool tanking It tKa center 01all IVH1 FLOOR IDV1.KIM3, !. .
[amid shouts and handclapThe : headed HUhopi meeting.I Then the car starts up and shows Itself In the latest kind woodcraft and a final tat their actlvlilM during telling the yttung slMeta; nU1 KftTIMATK:
J1ing. bjrirhbUhup Jocrph.tlllpeltr ptvdt away with the lire of fashions from which even their uy. "may this Image of Jrsus 100I N. 0'.... Urlulet1trde .
"lOIn i of CatarhUm rives.
of Versiwly, also who walks tha lake remain
standing In front of his tingle the city of Cologne has not WttT
| Pop turns from side ronoldrrrd a 'U1II1I1..I"aU. chair In the back. The au.ll- iniluct4, under the ...... They ...Jo.>H tactic) .*}. carved In your mlmls.
been Therefore I uk
Mb side, hands extended, ands la which thief MlnlMrr 1C.Hankar ends U over and the crowd everyone spared.! city state and federal of the ...... of tt. Joe 4i. each .l |......, healthy, ..!.
|>.romlix- to lake salt 4.mr ll,t". !. a r.mplelely. l "M.jr' II remind yaw IBMlit
able at Hun afalnut a *.rl... spreads through the town authorities. soil also each August 7th and the pool l at t'.lll<>'Ie SllMnphr .plrll. most a..Ml.*.l* m..lla .
and toward the
buses stopping Individual to see to It that let. ssnuaactag and .preparing JUST
ol thumb d..erratk.aa I. the C.>mp Bu John k .IL. like this,
ORLANDO In mute along the way these deve'!>pments do r,itbnvoma They wsmWvd' thmuih the ...... manner ,*..n..."<>Hf n'
stale to buy a Coke or Pep,.. or afresh WJTJO but are sup li will I empty once again UU plra s ant lumbering oaki Ik. body ..h.. U. will\ ,a- PINNIES

WINTER PARK The communication was Inreply leach from makeshift premed, particularly to notert fur the summer months This ref the 0". hundred rrM 01 sally Had "a tall/ n.". l.... PER GLASS
to a resolution of the Unda.HEADQUARTERS. your |,.vpl from them year 24 campers from UM the C'emp.'httl a wonderful' 1 lfNtt
t previous meeting of the Bishops Km they htttl In their ".rrlenrrs .. The IVr Imparted h'Gary's t'iTAMMaCiN.K'NID

protesting the incidents In b wtln<. rlfhiry. ,
JIM BLAKE )Meanwhile the chief secretary handicrafts hiking iwlin-
OFFICE SUPPLYFURNITURFi of Kerala has written to 4.dZ r.g: : tailing, archery, anal Duck Inn & nOOt:

A. Soarea, president of India all!) I".pea of vutdiwr game .i.. rs A taut ra one nuir DUNKS
OFFICE SUPPLIES Catholic Union In Bombay Neal sumfit soother sue "%.., ...roast as. OIANOI t OlAffrtIA
M'*r .ur A.,.....
Ml 7SWJI claiming that the state government restful year ramping. I. In ni OlAFf'WIT.... .
I too Ito. Orlando AM ',".r. store and with the of flee. 4 s-r5// .,.d.. e... 5'w,, h.
was taking at pos- ell grar till I.. .1, ... ,.." we.ua.ee t..1 1 ..e.
sM! steps to dl.iciiver and (. -I It will U a healthy anti

puiuth theSubscribe dt'Mf'CriltlJf"' ull ogle i for w> .....fifr >

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A final iwrta .| sidecar. .pptMiaixm Mb4 Mg.. .... ...... a Se. how I"IIql
NEW CAR DEAL aid grsUttirt MIn IW. 1151 f1. ,_.... ...... run

Ph. u..un ; Children'sClothes vt. !<,** ff UM wonderful,

W. Hwy 50 .MllhiMilnii *M affable. nn ..

Winter G.rd.a Line >.rits prvrW.. the tamp hf SCHWEERS GULF SERVICE

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An asset to Florida campersThis .... Mil >*.r. 14554011'SEND FRIED CHICKEN

PAINT WALL PAPa arM camper from vartcua the pod alt:. deserted but wai'ing: for council! rnttKiu: TO no.

parishes of the Diocese of St Angus the wt ,...r'. tuippy ctu lrm to make THEM r"dMdu.1 Frr.d ChfcUn Dinner $1.00

CRUNOO W1NTIR FAJMCQ tine swarmed to swimming pool at it the center of all 1 their artJvitks d.r- BACK to SCHOOL
Buci.t O'Chictin
Family $3.95
Camp 8t John la Bwitwrtand Florida lag their tar at camp WITH A NEW

For 47 Yeas Now, the csjrpteg easoa Is over and WATCHFROM Fish Dinner $ |.CC

-- -- Shr"p Dinner $ 1.15
::; >JI"" 4 IfXMTtQM TO II"'. TOO
AT WINTER PARK FAIRVIEW Missionaries expelledfrom N-,. net r"* rat T' u..n
If.. r. ..... ... Tr' OrU4 OtfMTWIfT T.i.paxi+ *; Mf toOl CUanen & IH1y.lJBRSG4
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Florida Catholic Friday, August 7,1961 tqI. 1 Retreat

and teach'musters c O as promotersat

.4 !i! .. I Ittt9act meeting

(CllU..4 fr.. P M* I)

new force in parishes i C groups He characterized In the United the States lay

r 4! retreat movement a* a "pow.

(C..tl..d .... p.r. U He called the work a mission tianity that they were to carry 1 Ya 9 erful Instrument In the build.
the Compel message to carry ing of the Church In Amen
to the submerged parish h
the Bishops and Priests to % z aft et "
that exists In every canonl- salvation, to carry life to all 1 tt ica.
help them spread the Faith.
cally erected parUh. The people. Bishop Wright's address

The Archbishop said they workers, he said, are lifesavers Through the Confraternity( rrt opened the :20th! biennial convention

would carry the message of because salvationmeans movement today he continued of the National Catholic

life to those who are foundering life. He congratulated the Church J it trlng e i Laymen's Retreat Con
those who have seen this vision ference.
to those who are In to make parhheI renter, of
and are following It. He Bishop Wright said of the
the dark and groping, to training.
urged that this area of teachIng movement;
those who are out In the cold be made attractive to This is done by enlisting In "It teaches no economic:

and dying. In so doing, they more of the lay Is!ople. the teaching faculty not alone theories, rightist; leftist or
will bring them the light and Laity, he recalled, followed the parish Priest and bisters, neutraL"It
the warmth of the Faith, he Our Lord and understood ss but everyone who can hear
has no doctrine to sell
with the of Faith.
aald. the essential leMOn of Chris curs
or point of view to argue on

In Orvieto .... social or cultural question.;
it has no position on que.

I Will make profession of vows tlons of labor or management .
," he continued
marks Eucharistic
Pope Nine Sister of St. Joseph will parish, Waverly, Ohio; Sister Herbert roulette Jr., Mater Dolorosa par The lay retreat movement

Ry Patricia- loung When the feast of Corpus who point out that Pope make a profession of temporaryvows Helene, daughter of Mr. and ish, Louisiana; Sister Peter Me- I I" concerned with one qll,..

\C\\C :>: ewsT70R Sertie Christ was inaugurated in Urban never mentioned It In on August 11 at the St. Joseph Mrs. Herbert Flattery, St. Mary daille, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lion only. That queMion UMilctly
the 13th century, the dogma the bull by which he eatahllxhed Novitiate in Jensen Beach. Cathedral parish, Miami; Sister Anthony Kowalski, St. Augustine rellgluu<< strictly .plr*
more than 11 months of the real presence of Christ the feat Today, the Pictured above with the mistress Mary Elise, daughter of Mr. and parish, New York; Mother St. iluaL"

the f central out of the Italian year mountains Orvlcto In In the Holy Eucharist: was chief credit for founding the of novices (center, back row), are, Mrs. John I. Kennedy, St Paul parish Charles; Sister Bernard Joseph lie said the movement uses

Is known chiefly for Its macaroni being attacked by many per-. celebration of Corpus Christi hum. from the left front row, Sister An- Jacksonville; Sister Mary daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard all of the spiritual resources
In The chief assailants U given to St. Juliana, a
white wine and Etruscan : eons Europe.were the disciples of ble PelgUn nun, who in 12111 geline Therese, daughter of )Ir, and Anita daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, Holy Trinity parish, Wash- of Scripture, theology and hu-

ruins. Berengarlus, an archdeaconIn persuaded the diocesan synodIn Mrs. John J. Carlton St. Roch: parish Ralph H. Kinsey, St. Ann parish, ington, D.C.; and Sister Ann Re- man experience."It .

Then every August 11, on the French city: of Angers, Lelge to establish the feast St. Louis, Missouri; Sister West Palm Beach; second row, gina, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. projects the most at.
the feast of Corpus Christ! who had declared nearly two In local churches. Marie Vianney daughter of Mr. Sister Marie Germaine, daughter of Clarence G. Floyd, St. Patrick par tractive of all possible Imagesof

It briefly becomes the central centuries previously' that the Mfteea Liter, Jirque and Mrs. Denzil L. Wells, St. Mary Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Charles Tre- ish, Apalachicola. the Catholic Church as apeople
Christian shrine of the western presence of Christ In the year vitally concerned
world. For It was hereIn consecrated' Hoist was merely Pantaloon |lb. archdeacon of above all, with the building
1264 that Pope Urban IV symbolic.The l extended the EucharIstic debate raged on until ban IV, and carried the devotion Pope tells Fordham awards '64 vocation honorto God which is Cathollclims
feast to the universal Church. 12dJ when a saintly pilgrim. to Italy. sole concern" the Bishop!

Thin year, the 7 0th annl- Priest. Peter of Prague, decided However the feast began, of his fears said.Father
to take to Bradenton Laurence E. Hlg-
a journey mother of Priest
Ternary of that event Orrlefo Orvleto, a city of lOOOO( today parish
Home. On his way he stoppedto gins of Tampa, spiritual director
'Mill grrrt a particularly famous has iMHOine! the center of devotion for Congo
Mass In the church of of the West Coast Lay.
pilgrim In the l firrkon say to the real presence of IWADKNTON Parishioners of Father Cornelius A. Present were the honored men's Retreat
Kt. Christina at tokens a Association!
of Pop PanlI.. few miles from Orvlcto. As- ChrlHt in the KutharUt.: The CU4TI1A1.SNIfOLFO! : : (\(') Dougherty at St. Joseph Church in Bradenton join this guest's immediate family: and Association PresidentW.

In the course of his one- Balled by sudden doubts at the relics attributed to I' tpr of _Pope, Paul VI spoke of his month with his former parishioners throughout the Diocese -Sister Ann Gertrude S.SJ. R. Brown of St Petersburg .
day pilgrimage from Csstelgandolfo moment of consecration Pe Prague are contained: In an fears for the Congo before a in extending congratulations to his mother, Mrs. of Maryland. represented the Dioceseof
Italian Gothic basilica where Father Victor A. Dough.
the Pope will say ter was astonished to see the group of Congolese university Mary Dougherty of Philadelphia, who has been singledout St Augustine at the meetIng -
Kra Angelko painted frenros erty O.F.\f., who came to New
students received in
Mass for the thousands of Host suddenly transformed a of the first International
depleting the miracle of Hoi- by Fordham University for a special honor. York from Chicago for the
and the special audience at his summer retreat held In Detroit
will venerate
visitors, Into the living flesh of Christ congress
acne and showing St Thomas residence here. Earlier in July the Institute on Religious and Sacer reunion, the entire family'sfirst
nUn which according to from July 29 to August 2-
Drop' of blood anlalterrdthe Aquinas redding his newly dotal Vocations, School of Education, Fordham University in eight years.
legend, prompted the curlier He noted that lilt immediate "" """+" '" \+\ "
Pontiff to spread this devotion corporal and the altar composed office for the feant. predecessors In the papacy presented Mrs. Dougherty with its 1964 award. Father Cornelius Dough.
linen The blood spotted corporal erty of the Diocese of St. Augustine Subscribe now
throughout Christendom.ITS "bore a particular solicitude The presentation' held In
According to tradition, pope Is contained In a silver casket for the African conti the Fordham Campus Center, Calling them parents "n" """ ,\\''''''"
above the altar, secured by nent' and said that he himself models, it stated."They Father Dermot F. Dough.
n5WPEA Urban heard about the miracle attended Mrs. : .
was by Dough.erty'
erty OFM. of Brazil.SMter .
two sets of double locked
had lulled of It CLEARWATERTOM'S
and ordered the corporal: parts have accepted feartawly
doors. Occasionally when the sons and daughters.! Cornelius Marie
brought to him at Orvleto. "Without concord as you the religious vocationsof
Three of the four sons are SSJ. of North Carolina.
Is it Is
HUhop re-
Satisfied with the Investigation know, there will be no lat- five of their children to the
r he ordered a cathedral moved and shown to visitors. Ing welfare fur citizens, nor Privets Sitters and of two St. daughters of service of God They have -James P. Dougherty, mar. r=a =1
are Joseph
built to house the relics and Sine 12(11(\ when the devotion any possibility of developingthe Chestnut J regarded these vocations as a fled son, of Philadelphia. !
formally!! established the feast was extended to the universal great material, cultural died In 1H7.Tb ( Hill.. Their father singular privilege In so Mr. Dougherty's wife did c..,....
4: of the Dotty of Christ Church the feast of and religious resources of a doing they have mad a most not attend the New York sere m' c- .. ...444amMIITVAL '
"" The reliability of this story Corpus Chrtatl has achieved country whose role In Africa rltalkm. niBKrataUtrd. precious contribution to God, mony. She remained at home ruwesITQcu
has liven doubted by some a special' place In Christian\ and the concert of peoples La the |tai.(hrlT hum !. KhkltrhlMre to His Holy Church and to with an infant son, their II wltae
w.r life It In a holy day of obligation / written In deed," h* e+elti. were 'blenneil by countless souls." fourth child born this. month.
In moat countries' except The group of 100 studentswas the example of a father .Ihlale Other relatives present for
A BRAN UTTER will for a few, such a* the United led Into the audience by la faith and mealy virtue, The presentation attracted the Fordham award

ea.PC.llr* f rid..4. ef Iwlo air. .toe. (ait*r. M bun.dantpita ., 1:= States, which are exempted a' Congolese Priest Father and ef a chaste sad devoted Dougherty relative. from as was a niece of the ceremony Dough
.f *, ruN r...Ltany by special' cllpefixation ( ,IHtln. Mubengajl C,1.C.M. Mother.* far away .. Brazil. ertys. Sinter Kevin Marie, anovice SHOE
N.tnlw.l.I., ) 11111'1.* lonttnt
In the Franciscan .
ar. BUd In rli.nn'l (III* pud Lseewfr.wta. r tNr +
without <.m.gln. "wtlhl/ pen ....' to Ik* S*.i. or the Poor In \Vsr kk, REPAIRThe
Inn. >|I.. ..%..1..> shrimp. Ire T .ppr-wtat. your MWxitr* New. York; and Mrs. Dough
PPD Cuh.. HHMtr er4 f>, rhrkCtrd.r Trt D.U,.rr TR Tilt liaise l I. rvlr.
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today. "'. Mn> HI, BRAS BU Miami who Is Mrs. Quilt A "Wofim...hl'
DIHN OARDKNH, lri.., ria. Hunlingfon ) John Derry of Long Wand,
the mother of Father John 1890 DREW ST.

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