The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1965
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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Educators: meet

to prepare for

UCK Angust 20, 1965 Ifo( new school
Diocese of St. o year

Jr" EcLD, has
of Schools I
In ST. Al'01'STINK: Archbishop Joseph P Morley a meeting of the High School

has called upon all pastors of the Diocese to r oublelb..lr Presidents,
tated by the efforts and prayers to enroll all parochial children
tem Sister Mary Damian SSJ,
ed to have t in the pariah grade schools and inter.parish high schools and Sister Joseph Mary 0.P.,
In his letter to the pastors he said: diocesan supervisors, w IIImeet
ininlstratlxe ur. Dula DES "No one of our children should grow to adulthood In with school principals

Catholic\ our Diocese without the superb spiritual advantage ofa Special speakers have been
Catholic education During this month of Invited to address sectional
tions! a Florida August we
fessional l shall call down the blessing of God upon ourselves, andw meetings (an of whom are
listed ()Ishere In this Issue),
comet to the e shall strengthen' the Faith in our people If wo dedicate
The Archbishop r.e 0 m.
Jacksonville ourselves to this spoatolate of the fullest enrollment of mended that a well organized

he was director our children In our Catholic Confraternity of Christian f l
of Arts in dents, Principals and teachers
Schools" Doctrine In the pariah serve
He and Ms I.iil. of all the schools in the needs of children who b-
Paul parish Prior to the opening of the Diocese Monslgner cause of distance or other

Beach, where school the official of the Danaher will address the fen reawns' cannot enroll ii

Is parish & diocesan Department of Education eral meeting at 10 SO a m., Catholic schools.
hue eight are preparing for the August M, in !St Charles "There Is no better way"
tend local Church said the Archbishop "for jro-
meeting of the teach
to lead your pariah to the ,.
Dr Dula is 44 trI. It will be held In Orlando Archbishop Hurley' mill celebrate llgloua renewal called for by
and educated again, at the Bishop Moore Mass' for the teachers the General Council than by
Ohio, through High School and !St Charles at It o'clock' noon. Me will sal dedicating yourself unresen
His parish on Thursday of next dress the lesrhers Immediately edly to the sacred cause ft
graduate work week after Mass. and In the Catholic education for cut
at Florida The :Archbishop has deslg. afternoon, he will preside at youth"
named three days nut seek:
school ai days of respiration for
.i the schools Monsignor Mortimer Holy See solicitousof

.,I school r Maltland are HtabI Danaher director of
I schools urges those schools,
I 7"y their first miulona In Florida which have already held Sudan's sufferings
registration to open for further
of this school year registration on the dula.n.I..d .
Ollf'nlnf VATICAN (ITV (NC) Public opinion cannot be
f" dates, August, 23, 24
I DuBols it pictured In front of and 23This "indifferent" to events In southern Sudan' which show no

withfrom the left, Sister year, tie schools of respect for human rights, and where violence "tom(III-
the Diocese will open on Tuesday rates further the problems it pretends to solve," L'Osser-

Angelis, superior: and principal; August 31. The following vstore Romano has stated here.
Monday September i, Labor It was the second editorial on the subject In the past
M. JoscfiVn! Sister M Jane -. .
n.y.U\ be ,
a holiday
two weeks the Vatican
s r by Cardinal Cleognanl papal
\ Sister M r. Richard Anne end Orlando meeting City dally secretary of state, to the leaders
Eduard The paper also published In the Sudan en behalf <4 I
Next Thursday's' sessions (August 12)) the texts of the Pope Paul M, The paper commented -

are scheduled for the Presi menages sent br Amleto :
; ''Th, few news dispatchesbrought

Thomas C. : ....--..... i. ----.. :"" ,.", .. w ... -" t FM. 11' to the public attention
'. concerning' me grave situation
In the southern !Sudan

t' ( cannot leave Indifferent those
who have the good of peoplesat
I \ }, I, d I 4 heart and who believe la
Justice and In respect for hit
"to ..
two man rights

"Tne Holy' lee follows "'ltn'-

Hr-ED \ lees l..dtlh. fale ef) three
; populations.. ef the seek, the
Ohio, have defenseless, of all she suffer,
Lourdes) tk-llms, 01 fear and. ef tie.
They come I I 'knee, tMrnre tilth ram pi"

The Sisters II rates further the preblrmi HprrlrniU
Magdalen tn bite. deepening
tea Notre I the rauies *f hardship die-
sect their f trust and avrrslan

system of the ., f r11 y.e d I "It I. with deep II<'IrrnIJ fist 1,
'The Sisters t: one witches these re: ,,'II
r 1
da together, and where the Church le 're
I er Due month stein' subjected to II. 14
port 1: : trials "Sudanese" Priests se
lle er Mary 'Z .M. very soon after' forced ..."I >is
of the mlMlooers -. forced te
"' "
find'" refute eltewhere, sli>
Schedule dents of the majnr, seminary
sod ef the minor
of Kit sent
Bpe UI!
1n"Yllr Tore (forced to nee to
Orlando on neighboring M4tIIft11\ ,e
nounced. killing. of nt4AeM' Fat" ftArkanieln
diaries! aA. All of the Rim!>..k

Assam II10.O .. +r Jt aixMUille" vVarltU and the
'.). ... ;" t'j devastation of places l of worsMfi
; ''''''''( 11Galway : "" ....I1ffl a i.'uss: .,''f.'I," .., .. ...
1 "Ids llnnneu. trusting to
pm. oath dral. l dedicatedIreland find! an echo of his anxiety
has sent the suthorKles (/
AngwMT In Galway Boston went in ss pspalle this occasion! Archbishop Joseph the Sudanese station an appeal

10 to Our "legate to blew t) new edifice' V\ tlwwsy P. Hurley' was rrMMt st the eere- to halt the violence and
am. : of the. Aseumpllam Cardinal O' of Armagh, many at the 'Invitation of WIMp to reepett" .nllnft 'to Ht""pIremiM
4 pra \ dmblrg fit Ireland, eelebra{ ted the Mare on Michael Drown of Galway Dud, vicar spo+t''''.f
HOLY SEE:, levee
'" ,,,,,,,,,,,, page

Papal legate
_,.... fa

Galway/ Cathedral monument to nation's faith mIV

i .IreUwl. ( Ct )V"rllar Cardinal r..hbtl we pt,.. .h kxUv was bl.,..d. musty .1 steel ... of Hneton offirutM at d..dirstvm frr.r>')nis "1 the Jet. "I', ", the ir n and Mood nt then. snnent > 4ilh wren, on
'hNItJh,) |<.. 'n> every 111. I i e n tyranny 'pr"lr( i' d
as, catUmdreJ and said that rathHraU are built to
.rt .,itiiinfi le 'heir lands
h p keep
v due Wore men the mighty hinge of (arts") .. rke ..l III lh. ttt.r\*I( and
"A esthmtral la both s fart and s ..ymbtad $'--a serH Cathedral. are .bunk eel ..ertfr| .( s rhrUlian >-.

sad an .bresjenble, symbol' the Roeton Arrhhtsbof PIP eed late eddies i. st *s-
toM a twfrefttlon (August 1St that ifvlud.4 Irekstd'slYesrttfsstt St. Augustine ...,....... tax t ....., said

Kwsvwi eV Valers. .
nissnerous government repres ,
Ireland Is still, sad r r' 'I'
>tatr...s NIl high ranking rhurrhmen fmm many parts ,
leas/ to be noted > e

of. taW world.flst at sac .....**... of IN.1e/. IT .H fl UI'.: Ms.ngnor .. places. chefs. men un g.a I i
e*. ef rask and. tel.S .......... Kr._M .< deiwsfrtee dream and 'freely arrun I' S
j tMs meStad a.......... .the Mtssf .M* !toss.. .. John V than* peeler the hulidms: e( s can. .i" "
pea .. tilt ... .. W slhe4ral Pane M HIAuguitine ('....... tpstiw sal M .\epII IIP ".,. \f- .
_I, .. ......." the. tea
11M tetss. *.. tWiMul
annual trtahsiMi .
.1w.... caps c....a1. which was rte. eed l ester ....... J. hens ef II m 'lur hole air! s
AafpelMe ps '
haw a* cas e ties MM of Ott Dtecse* Use ,
: f; NttM c...... Ceswap en more meal 1 m M4 the torts ef M
to his City ,
Ca/Aautl! Cuttung set cries .
torn "
Is rI Aerndl ........ III .
.. ... > w shvetieastil
man saMlThe MssMasa built tile (r..t ialhedr'U it
Notre Dame Sisters from Ohio begin teaching at Maitland wasp.-Ohweppt_ Wee IhrM least Arch '- presence it the Bosh s .heM MM Cahs* 4Lyieum itnsel a* ttuqueni witn..i ? '-t
ho M a : vs' ThnrssJsjy Angus .
f among people push that MIMIC be P" rmawirl
I Father H.brt J Reaaoa arj fr ,m O-aH. -. or\ a'e : .. ran : ?. y '? bI W..arJ: are. spe.lsW .of..IN.. .Isnwebp e e we t a lmslits I fysnbsi .. an Sfwetattt pre..are serf frisJtjr. *** In me lancU "r .'"e
..* .,, lur here. tits s corr.. r sari eMfcsf M sfe* NMMalas shun h ?f 'CI'.J( J,
members S' Man Magiai)ft with F&h.r Ra n : W'a' : V. 1II''r Mary kna.t. sal :30 prints. rd.Msg
.. ..... .. set e< Utar 12 Ml ke. flse If4 Rugwt FgFesh.r for .""mpn it i II m t 1'1.rthra ie
parish a MaiUand talented a cordial the "*.rtifi held hr torn Me.1. :-. r Mary Jobs W. Father Mm law fated loan
//I,...If It M a alp ., Barnes Laraia aprel. that tott '
pulpit a 1\0
wetcoaae them smooth to the &land Meanwhile five ,irvr Notre ........ lester Mary dsarHU, p.m. *sjii.sts a4 rttasa, .ere Ares sews Pf'..... a e.. a ...oe at M PeUr's ('0&& \\j replied speaks the taut

Suter of Notre I one who have Dame Sutera were b'"C wekw> a. rtpcJ. latter Mary eras sad ... preeeastArta genera*** and M npr_. :fit M Mesfortl lreUa4. will orita of truth, eM the iattDCDICATCi
tome to teach IB Fk.nd for the ed in a aun.Ur fsstiioa! to Dnaa4hvMefnbers tr Mary \.neaca. 4 Ue Joseph P HaUy /' W WI Meuty te NMS"Tins De IM g HI ..*.." st 1h..
tint tine. Five of thaw camber &f Ue staff st R Mary headed ia. eere..ais very spot e* wheta' tA4wun deveUBes. page nine.

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CatKoUc Florida Reports I -cokniLT-_- THIS LIST--..t..1

,?,?, ,? nt ikMtr. *. mm"'
riiMl morillr enobiANlnnab4:
+nubll+h+d h Ihn Naonl i-
St. Petersburg Maitland day, August 29 from 2 to 8 I .u* of Men month

ST. PAUL ST. MARY MAGDALEN pm. be In part for >0
There will rides
Sister M Martha Joseph Books and unforms for St. pony I Monx Trip Tbs JU
for the children and
O.S.F former Mary Eliza games Asked' Pray. 1'hs V
Mary Magdalen students will for ash Chuck wagons will been I \ NI" M M.'+l FiU *T
beth Hardin. daughter of Mr be on nit Tuesday and hand with food and drinks No II'M'.r SmNHIIJ
and Mri, Joseph D Hardin, I I 1 aLthty ChttMiiTk .
of St Petersburg, made tier from Wednesday 9 a.m.August to 2 p 24 m.and in the 25, or brought picnic lunches may ba :.\ ( < H*"mn JkMOf Nnnarfs; I

profession of perpetual vowi old school building. Tuition i Palm apnnp.......Wrk.n4riMuur .. t'h1 HKTQ
in the of the
Congregation for September is payable on Lake Mary I P..ok* t* JkM I
Sisters of the Third Order i\it Quirk B.for. It Mill I'MReln
these days CHURCH cf the NATIVITYThe
; .t t' ( For .'KLl
r St. Mary Magdalen choir Nativity parish Wom I i A.iidiiifTh,,,, PI-" I
resumed practice last en's Guild held its annual installation ( : rt. vb ....nlh Mrs HITU
: II.. and I hi *lnl'* Olrl ncur
Ilslrr M. Wednesday at I p.m. the banquet at th ... :; _. Shark C rrl4nr I
choir director, Robert Wor- Capri Restaurant in Sanford IIhot In the Dull, A
land announced that the recently Barry High School Guild officersWhen mall.armmr Wrl4 LM. ,*r Th* KLMH I
tI.rtha t- could "with Officer Installed
choir Improve were according tusks alt II.haa HJKXSirnir
Joseph I more men's voices. The choir to the candlelight Biahop Barry High!; School In Frey, Mri. Lloyd Harvey Mri. Tk*

a.s.Y. will rehears* approximately ritual by Father Terrell SaLana St Petersburg opens for the coming1 Duffy Ind tin John H. Tkn Hilvi FiblM *l Lego

six weeks before their first assisted by Mrs Joseph school year, these officer will lead dent Father Philip! Htlitead Tlr* Tntdrr TihltlTim Th. JK I
that adult Teslo of
appearance so new founding president
the Bishop Barry Guild, from left presided at their initallatlon Tomerrnw I* M> Tun
nr members will have enough the Guild: ben, Gene Shannon I'ndtr At IT
Regular of St Francii of At tim to learn both words and preiident; Din Lennox Din F. W, Bachnik, Mri. Albert 0. ichool closed laat aeaaon. sirs *n4. uasT
: of Noli* T
legany on Monday, August 18, music Fay, vice .pre.ident; Mrs. What Ntw PuMtr.t
at the Motherhoui in Al- The Altar Society will hold David Herst. secretary; Mrs Wk '* l. l llMplnrIII

legany, New York. Sister its regular fun game day on John Stanklewlcz, treasurer; Coming "Wky Mr fIIhff'BH I* Knock KLX\ JK
Martha Joseph attended St. Tuesday, August 31, Irom 1 and Mrs. Orland Fox, deanery Passion Play ".|.... tn4 I> .*r* IVTmr4ir

Paul School, St. Petersburg, to 4 p m. in the school.! Refreshments representative. events mrr....T4rT DJKUTouni end
and was graduated from St. will b. lerved. DlUliifW IT
Paul High School In 1957. She The Sisters of Notre Dame Sarasota Trlduum to St. Augustine, in Lake Wales Eoniki HKS

entered religious life in September of Chardon, Ohio, will be QUEEN OF MARTYRS Cathedral parish August 26- I ,
1957. guests of honor at a meeting All tickets have been sold 28. LAKK8: 11'ALESPope Paul VI haa ,
on August 23 at 8 p.m. in the for the last in a series of summer Rummage tale, August 27 medal on Josef Meier internationally MIMrn eummn* for. 0\Ui* Ht.X
luncheons and car d and 28, 8241 Nebraska Avenue MHMl...>..
Tampa ichool. Active or associate bin Meier ia producer of the Black Hilla .. ...
MOST HOLY NAMERegistration. members of the parish Guild parties sponsored by Our Tampa, Ladles Auxiliaryof which ii presented here annually during the Mnn4"Pane ThaTrr MKIT
are Invited to attend. Lady Queen of Martyrs Par Mary Help of Christians :..r ARI.II.' TbJKL
are now open ish, to be held Thursday Au School, sponsor.Parish son gust 9 at St. Nudt O4>wr. Til* JKt
for kindergarten, first and Th medal "Pro Pontlflce Ohir*. loo
gust 28, at noon, in the air-
August 29 2
picnic, Spearfish, South
Of 1ttr4 Lv PHITI'iMlnmt.
second grades, at the Most Jacksonville et Ecclesla"
(For the Pope
conditioned parish hall to 6 church of limmrP.wiilwnker
p rn, grounds Mr. Meier
Holy Name School 2316 East ST PATRICK Dies Richard Rademacher Most Holy Redeemer parish and the Church), ii a papal adapted the Th X
Broadway Tampa. Reglstra- Ph4r HJ
John J. Lemhan Is general chairman of the 8523 Boulevard honor given to personi who .
Father Normandy of the Passion PIli lit! Aha rrkPIMM. TTHKO
floor ire taken at the Sisters'convent "welcomed the new officer of affair. On her committee are Jacksonville. contribute toward the good of Not ,..e..1!
1305 8th Avenue, original German ....
and toward ProBoriy
religion the aJanctment
phone 2482562. The ichool It hii parish Ladies Guild re Mrs. Calvin Lallurd, president Mass on 400th anniversary has also' )' ..Nbe of Adglt.rjr DITof I
cently. Elected for the coming of Our Lady Queen of September S, Minion l of \ oa deeper and Christus over .Ia"'., Mthi and
staffed the Salesian Sis
by Mrs. Raymond Martyrs Guild, and others. Nombre de Dios St. "ider appreciation of virtue l SuiHliy Nornlnftr
ters. year are Auguahoe. In his youth, ;" .>... Cys
Houle, president;, Mrs. Donald : culture. prayed In the *...* Claudlea HKLD I
Bowman, first vice,president Italian Dessert card party and The medal and document the boy Jesus .tI.....*. Th*
bin G. C. Bourbau.I.cond poet benefit show, September 22,1 from the Holy See were received .. of a summa Klhl HJUW
St. PetersburgHoly ; John the \' *.*. Th* HIT
vice-president; Mri. TRIESTE (INCEnrico: ) p.m Garden Center, 1005 by Bishop William T. When he was 23 ... rat
Manzonl l McCirly CSSR. of Rapid ..> Tourf, TM Immoral I
William r.wox, correspond great grandson of Itiverilde Avenue Jacksonville "was chosen to .
ing secretary; bins Robert the Italian poet and novelist Auxiliary of All Saints City through the apostolic: Christus for the ., the louses
Name Church Linton, recording secretary; Alessandro Manronl, author Home, inonwr delegate! to the I'nlted States Of this mom' N.kanITU

and Mrs John Marra, treasurer of The Betrothed, gave per Columbus Day dance, October Archbishop Egidio Yagnozzl lion, Mr. N'smaa"'hltolro.In tho* DunnT I

JACKSON'SSHOES Mra. Pearl Watling wn mission to transfer the re 9, Civic Auditorium, Bishop McCarty announrrd, knew the lines !Stmbolt
honored by the Guild with a mains of his ancestor from Melbourne Father Gabriel
"Thli singular<< honor his was familiar with! ; ,
lifetime membership. InstallIng the Milan cemetery to thecity's Council, Knights of Colum been granted to Mr. Meier In I had been ttrlil pnrnxrs:, IT) (i.>.rill7 anwluYlma....*.*.
DON BARDELLA officer was Mrs. Robert cathedral. bus, sponsor. eonsli'eratlon' of his dignified<< In the vocal able mnrrul.. McGill, president of the Aux Giovanni Cardinal Colombo Card party and benefit and ImnreiiUe presentation' | AnnaV) Mn. of All Saints Home for of Milan made the request In show, October 27 8 techniques ( YLATCRLIroYlr ckttM (.1
ffMl nary p m., of the I'aisinn Hay and for Interpretation of styles, eXI MMunM Ctntril Ave, UMJ55 the aged, Jacksonville. connection with plans for a South Side Woman's Club, .fetti.1! MKRtrRCIIKTt ell
his In Its I the
personil part por- approached
celebrstion of the poet's cen Jacksonville Blessed Trinity kvrtk .r. .lr. .
Ira al the fhrlstus. He Is with
tennial in 1973. Guild
sponsor, also cited (for his Inlerest
deep humility I felt
ROOFWSJURE I Most Holy Redeemer parish In the cause of religion worthy to call for
plans the first plcnle on ,! "
<< and Its advancement. sent the only :
the church grounds, 8523 Normandy .
ClUNED" Boulevard, en Sun 1 'f."' ra' IAI The medal was presented to being who ever and
ilu "U action
r r 4 r + wai'" only
'.j,> Mr. Meier at a Mass on Au- covered that I

** : ALPINE l,.;' 1 Josef Meier and ( ) Biahopa' comminalon en

344-1041 .... The ad MW" Nursing; Home ,; WI" Pope sends technical myself humbly! training at 24.12':1 called upon Catholici to
? ? and softens and
forhe 1'tnnt In Hurting It t tI to com-
: OTMI* Slele Reeflnf (a. l of the character I
Home Cere. I I i v TV to portray that I / they aid, "engender de
I47-4J7J 1 messageto last found the undermine the liability of
J4S4 Jilt Ave. South
to the part"In turf and mission of the family

/ . Spain DU! Mr. of me meaning and requirement

Edouard C. Craig his production lo of real love

t> 3 a Contractor and Diifributer ,,fir .'snAGO, Spain (:NO' ) amphitheater at "It will be aU the better accomplished

/ for -The people of Spain if the child finds
Care Hume !
Vibe Meld, Cercmle heard Pope Paul VI tell at home the atmosphere of
sl. feribur4j and MM! LUsII them In I televised memage famed producer unity and peace necestary

4645 1th Street, North 7.4,7th St. Se. 147-4101 411 e.a that their current holy year the terprets PajJton the Play rcle for his human equilibrium
and for his Christian
r lif* ef
should them
to active
spur "
1 faith. and charity,
NATIONAL FRANCHISE charity and aocial juatice.

Complot credit urvic and crtdit evaluation-credif cards, The Holy Father made his The statement complained
ertdit reporting to privtnt Ion, slow account and collection televised address from CasteUgandolfo that the Idea .f modesty "ls

service. NO ether company 'local or national! l, offers the buiiniuman his summer residence toe often fergettea. ''PIerltltltI'.I.
complete credit urvict. PinilUs County franchise .il. In Italy, It was heard U the world tedey,
able U.S MtrcintiU Sy t.m.. Writ 4200 21th Tirrice, an seen throughout Spain bjr
North, St Petersburg, Florida 33710MohrMVP 1 1i Catholics celebrating the holy Christian Christians eipecia!: '
jear of St. James the Apostle. women who know
the of the dignity of a baptUed person
+ f"'I. { 'I :'L patron Spain whose and
r i aW who know that hu
ti .. .{ \:: relict in this city have mid ?
*>it Contrbf Service) .. .,o.. ......... It a pilgrimage crater since man society failed to form
.fo .. the of
'". ,,. ... ,I ,. t' ,. S. .. the Middle Ages Body Christ understand
FOR AN HONEST DEAL CALL O'NEAL ,... c. ": ..T .. h : I ,.....' .. ... After recalling the networkof the value of modesty,"
? .... ''".'.-,." .'.... t ) .. hoiplcei an bridges erected said the statement Let

In the Middle Ages to help them not mock God by their
8622128FOR Drama aids library fund pilgrims on their way here i personal dreis and the choice

the rore continued: of their recreation and read
COMPLETE EXTERMINATION! Children of Tinellai parishes are pictured In "The Santiago pilgrim feels toe"The
the Catholic Layrcan'a Library of Pinellai County. spurred to apply Christian Bishops called upon

O'NWLTirmiittPiJtContril.lnc. The library will be given a financial booat by the principles to social life, and family and social action organizations -

performance of Jacket at the Jack Tar Harriaon thus he studies and works for to use their infj-::
7111 AHMIID AVENUE, SOUTH the realization of the once with public officials in
Hotel in Clearwater on August 23.: Among: those aspirations
who are taking advantage: of the library facilities proclaimed in the papal Try a drtv to achiev modesty in
J. lee lIUrdPr from the encyclicals and In the public places, newspapers
are, left, Glen MacDonald, Cohen Lyons, and
Church's teaching Add sparkle to magazines.
+ tidntBAlMKi ; Scott MacDonald
Timothy Ljonn and Dcnnia "Christianity alive and mertime table

Lyons. firm In the Kaith must show colorful For Venezuela

i itself ali\e and fruitful Inrhanty ad, bright with
M which today cannot masses, black C.UUCAi (NC) With the
CLEARWATER of three new dio
OfNAT neglect social structures andprospects and cubed green
-Los Toque, Bariiias
e la la alpNIf. Ardent aspirations,
AND tlU t COM'ANf Foundation for \
.. and Cabunas
this South
which at times are impatient !Is the
e1TYRA11ee eeAfN lefty K. ; ;; Lila J. Orlando Co, Inc. and disorderly, must be guided new ; ID country BOW has a
ears lint A... o.ir .u.. Tel sT Itahan salad:
Na.All |_ 4_.' ......a kf P.P.If'. e1w1uKHOLY & ROSARIES by reason-that is to say onion and of 11 M".
i-1 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES the social doctrine of the ings This ia one It else! suffers from a
tut M it n cltrgy shortage rereiga
Church which must be
applied salad
MI Ti U. rmiwTIM In/ rill N .., e.rLrrraflsrrsrrr gelatin na outnumber those
NAME PARISH M M4 ,. M.u tI"1I according to concrete built m "
N+ .._. .... circumstances of history and to make !It easy .Venezuela la oat Ne th.
diocese an the
environment and with special put wholemeal
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Three Florida Catholic, Friday August 59, 1965

Pontiff to receive medal- Mass guido

SUNDAY, August 22

astronaut carried in orbit i llth Sunday after Pent..
co.t.fll.(] of Sunday

Gloria, 2nd Prayer of Immaculate
IIOI'STONC(: ) Astronaut James McDivitt has Heart of Mary

sent to Pope Paul VI a St. Christopher medal he carried Creed. Preface of Trinity i,

during; his four-day trip in space

Coadjutor Bishop John L. Morkovsky of Galveston I, .,w wrt.m syr, uts MONDAY, August( 23
Houston t1 St Philip Benlzl (Ma< if
told the diocesan
Catholic Youth r
Organization a confessor not a Blelil.ii..' .
convention here that McDivitt had -riven him the medal Gloria, Common Preface i
to forward to the Pope ,
talents and occupations to TUESDAY, August 24
Bishop Morkovsky said h.
make these advances

possible St. Bartholomew
(IMaM 'if
lent the medal to Archbishop as Is the case in any feast. Gloria Creed Prcl
Egidio Vagnoui/ apostolic field" he sail
ace of Apostlet I
delegate in the United States

In Washington, to be forward Jacksonvillegirls WEDNTSDAY. August( 25

ed to the PopeMcIivltl St Louie. (Mass of a cofe "

sor not a Bishop, ijltt i.
two !q become
Common Preface)
Christopher medals during

the flight: One was from med. TJlt'RSD\Y. August 28
ala sent to him and IS other (Man of previous Sunda< .

aeronauts several Venn at* ST. CmURINE Kentut L 2nd Prayer of St Zrph+\

by Pope John XXIII. The 'ky-Ceremonies were held rims, Common Preface c or

ether. the one sent (I. Pope on August 14 and IS at St feast of St Zephyrm' ?,

Paul ass tent to him by as Catharine motherhou hereby Mass of one or more 'u-

anonymous well wlsher. the Dominican Sisters p 'I' m Pontiffs Gloria,

On August 14, 23 young Common Preface,)
BMiop Moikovsky! said the
donation of the medal to the women received the Domin frLiA FRIDAY. August 27

Pole| shows "the filial love lean habit i from Father :* St Joseph Calaunctiui.

tins man has for the Holy 1'aa. Jerome Conroy 0 P. chaplain (Mass of feast Gloria,
at the Motherhoune In M
ther the Church and hit 4 Common Preface.)
God .. the group receiving the habit
were Miss Marv Dolores 9 SATURDAY, August n
MeDII lit. who delivered Charpentirr, daughter of Mr < St Augustine of Hippo
keynote address to the k
and Mn J. 0 Charpentierof "' patron of the Dioces
convention urged the dele St Paul parish Jacksonviii. ", .' : f' .. Man( of a doctor of the
fates to obtain as much education .
Beach and Mist Caro Church, Gloria C r t e d ,

the future si possib'- share in lyn Evans, daughter of Mr. Most Holy Redeemer School in Tampa to expand Common Prefac)

and Mn David L Evans of
"If I figured that I had SUNDAY, August 29
San Jose parish, Jacksonville.The Recently, parishioner of Moat Holy Redeemer cleties Arthur Hudson Youth Club Charles 12th
done my part by orbiting the ; tor; James Powers, Parent Club; James Sunday after Pentecost

earth and rested on that feat religious names r. Church in Tampa broke ground for an Hf'nJlf'J, Ushen Club; Frank ktarley, St. Vincent Sawyer, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine; (Slats of Sunday

I would be pasted by my feb reined Sister Dolores respectively Mary and were Sister addition to the pariah elementary school. ParUcipating de Paul; Mn Allyn Hsnklna Altar R,. Robert hotline. Holy Name Society and Fa Gloria Creed, Preface of

low astronauts and become a LUa Marie at the Invitation of the pastor ciety, Costar Alfonso, architect; Chris Clark ther Thomas Earner Trinity)

has-been while my colleagues On August 15 after I o'c'ock::! Father John X, Linnehan. right are, from acolyte; Robert Clarke, cronsbearer; Robert

travel to the moon Today w* left the following presidents! of parish aoChnstianrtr Flsnnery John Eveland
High M.... novices and Sir acolyte; eontrsoKnlchln Austrian
must constantly prepare for paper
ten made profession of vows. .
the future and never live on

accomplishments .I the decries injustice

past," he said KofC convention hears call Consecrate altar Priests/ continue

Ts keep up with everyday R'.1SIIIGTOVClRush.<<< in tho Sudan

advancements McDivttl said op Andrew C. firutka of work in Rumania

an education Is necessary ".. to meet changing conditions Gary Indiana will coiu. \lf\: (NC) The Au..

that you fin all carry your crate the altar In the chapelof under /Rcds'rule trUn diocesan weeklyVlener

share, '' rUl.TIMOKK(: ) Calls to change and renewal Our Mother of Sorrow In Klrcheniritung has called on

were put sharply before the Knighta of Columbus nation. the National Shrine of the BONN, r..rm.nn( ) the Austrian government to
This sharing can be tern lmma 'ulat Sum intervene In the Sudan to
< Conception September ( 131)0) Priests currently slop
al I convention here both by a Church spokesman and by
In our own spare progrsm ] 4. are engaged: In pariah workIn the persecution of Christians,
the Knl ht. own leaderRlshnp .
This program Include much .1) n convention Mass The communist ruled Rumania,
Michael W Hype of following Uy Piitlmp Th paper. stated that Au..
more than the manned flights Wilmington Delaware. QuotIng at Italllninrr' Cathedral' C.nitka will offer Mais In Slovak the German Catholic news Iris has the duty' to do this Inview

father satellites art opening the Vatican Council decree Nary Our Queen. He and Arrlihisliop lgldioVagnossl : agency. KNA, reports h.r. of the history of the Austrian

an era when it will be pos- on ecumenism, appealed i broached his appeal far apostolic" delegate The p..liC'1lhlfoh permits minion In Sudan and of
able to predict weather accurately | widened InlerrnU' bY K: of (' in the United SI.tH.111I
It the neutral status of the
,R to the members of the fraternal Prleils" I* work In parishes
ahead of tim.
da .
) members In the Moss
following the 'hal..1 l Hish, Paul
order to got prudently | p only. with the written content country
Omrnunh ationi satellites art terms llnrlica SJ a Streak refugee .
involved with movements or ? of government officials remains
already in operation and provide prelate' stationed In No Christian statesman has
activities that will promote 'With, their unchanged, It adds,
transcontinental broad organitatumand Home. will deliver a sermonIn had the carting, !the welfare of your fellowmen their profeasrd Ideals of Slovak and Coadjutor) Th news agency said that against the persecution It
"It takes wide variety of spiritually and materially charity. unity and fraternity. said'Recently.
a Bishop Joseph" A. Durkk of In addition to Bishop Aaron
even though, they are not It.n.. to
m* that the
Nanhvlllt will preach In Fang: Mat ton of Alba Julia there In South V' t
originated in the Ctwrrh Kaaghti" of Columbus could bet "
Red Rumania 1 Ukh. are two other Bishops-s.' Nam the p.plr aa+<\,
Supreme Knight John W a mighty fore in tinf
lmpl m ,
The chapel was donated' by crrtly connecrated-currently Iluddhlst monks burnt th
MdVvitt hit hard at what N the work and
\ ItCIMeerdftl:: ) reopMiaitrflity the First Catholic Slovak in !Rumania. selves In a spectacular K ,
called a serious scandal to of the
laity In the life of
to reports reaching here Rumanian the Church. when the accepted the Church and In Union In honor of Our Lady. They ar* l Identified ai Plihop A try of Indignation\ u/
government officials norms of the natural low ecumenical' activities"P'or of Sorrows patrone of Slovakia Jinef Schubert, who lives around the world Ri, :
offered to grant Bishop Aaron in Tlmusul de Sui, and Dish far of the persecution! t
and the traditional teo -..
< im while their
Marion of Alba Julia permission charitywuty op Ad.lhf'tllorot., a Jesuit Christians In the south a
role of the Bishop. become
to attend the Vatican and fraternity are diiMted 0i400444.44.Ne..5054 who does pariah work In PI- Sudan there la silence."

Council a* he would sign a Indian mother and child I the target of destructive appraiMl prlmorlly to f fellow Rebel teat Neither Is Haled, In the The first mlsakineri who'
(those who
by prsdntthey member In the Clt'd.r.Mr.* Buy Bishop today
declaration giving the government are loyal HuMren of the Catholic IMS directory W the Holy 'cam to Sudan. In lilt. wr
approach in then
the increased ChurchSince authority Swrter Raphael. a Cathedral Parish S hoolteKer Church days would espoftd their sppliratNMi --.--."..., Se*. Austrian, the paper. laid

ever Marton m St. Augustine caught! the t.lllf't'a'i attention He then affirmed that th. 10 embrace all men

to Bishop the declaration refused this summer at Barry College" in Miami! K of C 'leodvrship I I. .reedy to of fond will, especially' to all

it is not expected sign that he will where she was studying art She WM working on develop the" Kni.Ms cowing who rejoice In calllnn them, CATHOLICS or FLORIDA
protrtms m a manner compMoly fohta ChrMiaM. "
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and child She was ore of the many Usclwra woe
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Life of Our Lord Polka Michael V. ConnonMillion

Catholic Comment af Nombrt Dt Diot

God's promise foretoldOn

oat CllApteRS in

practical ecumenism crushing of Satan

f lORI iO :\ CAthOllC lllStORy

the- while public morals and the consequent .
ordinary man in pew first Adam had fallen

THK. ,' to the general idea of alarming increase in the nation's THE the Devil's attack. the University of Florida Press
It is obvious that series of historical by
crime rate. no one Father Gannon's
eiumenunn, finds himself somewhat The second Adam challenged under the title, "The Cross in the
eligion in our society can muster sufficient articles has been concluded with Chapter
confined by all the nowe and to a large strength to withstand the tidal the Devil to a renewal of the 105. Readers of the series will be Sand. In the articles published this
in the of ecumenical conflict. The first Adam's week and next Father Gannon re.
bypassed process
d.tl''e! wave of commercialized vice. This is a Frank J. { glad to learn that the "Great Chap-
deliberations Understandably sphere par excellence for the united defeat had left Satan in fact y"r ten" covering Florida Catholic history views the events leading up to the

tin ecumenical movement had to have and combined efforts of the different If not in right Prince of this Sherdtazarelh from 1513 as far as 1870 will be founding of St. Augustine on Septera.ber .

Its in high places and In World Our Lord 8. 1565.
beginnings religious faiths. actuallycalls brought out in book form in Octcber

the realm of ideas. Unless, however, While the various churches may dif him so (John 12, 31)). If vessels which remained and mercy on us, and calmed
"The five
ecumenism becomes more practicalend fer sharply in matters of doctrine they man was to be restored, ON June 29 156S Don of our fleet had i the fury of the winds and
reaches down to the rank and fileef Pedro Menendez de "
have a broad basis of mutual agree Satan had personally to be voyage the rest of waHS.
the laity there is danger that the ment in the field of morals. There overthrow. with special close Aviles, Captain General.named of the the prosperous way thanks to Our Lord On August S, the ship on

whole noble movement may become little net. We do not know how Indies fleet and newly His Blessed Mother Up which Father Lopez sailed
seems reason why representatives tailed
Adelantado of Florida,
Indeed at the time of the
dale! or Ineffectual. much he had seen or heard of the 20th, we had with at least one other madea
of the various denominations with to Friday,
of Cadiz
Fall, iod't promise of a better out of the port the
at Island
Our people, by and large, are pragmatists cannot band more together in each day lo come (Gen S, 14- the Annunciation and the nineteen ships and 1100 men very fine weather but at ten landfall where small of
Dominica a boat
But John violent
: they lend to judge any move community in a mutually acceptable 15)) was uttered not In termsof Birth In bound for Florida's east clock that day a ashore for wood and .
first in water
the Baptist-the prophetin which by two put
went from its practical achievements man's restoration but coast Almost at once his wind arose,
for the promotion of common later
program Israel for four hundred afternoon had become the Three days the
If the ecumenical movement is ever to of Satan's defeat fleet encountered severe
moral and social We anchor
objectives. certainly years, drawing men to re most frightful hurricane one crews weighed and
storms which forced its return
gain widespread support and popular owe it to youth to provide a As punishment for eausingman's pentance In their thousands- Several day later, could I imagine The sea set a compass heading for

food: will it must produce tangible remits wholesome community i atmosphere fall God would bring must have had Satan watching when the storms had abated which rose to the very clouds, San Juan de Puerto Rico,

The ecumenical movement needs reasonably: free from the hazards of him even lower than his own and listening. the Captain.General set sail! seemed about to swallow us which they reached on August

it cause that is truly worth while and rarcotic addiction obscene movies, fall had brought him: he He would have heard the again this time with an enlarged up alive, and such was the 9.
recognizably beneficial to society, a should crawl on his belly and fear and apprehension of the
and pornographic literature. Baptist tty that One was to company of 1504 sol- la the harbor they sighted
cause that appeals to man's innate Without resorting to acrimoniousand eat dust all the days of his come mightier than himself, die I r I. tailors locksmiths pilot and other sailors, that. three other ships of their scattered .

idealism. It is difficult to Imagine a divisive boycotts and condemna life Not only that. !Man would and that all flesh should see millers silversmiths tan I pushed myself hard in exhorting fleet, Including the

cause more urgent or one that would lions united interfaith action would utterly defeat him too: the the salvation of God nara sheepshearers, and my brethren and com flagship San Pflajo, of Ad.
seed of the woman would farmers with their pamons to repentance- I represented
rnlist more universal support from all tome miral Menendez.
almost invariably succeed in winningthe crush his head. lie would have teen Jesus wives and children. An additional to them the Passion

denominations than the preservationof good will and cooperation of the We can see dimly anyhow, coming to be baptized by one thousand soldiers of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Ids Loud cries of Joy resounded

our Judeo-Christian moral code theater-owners and magazine distributors why the Iloly Spirit led Our John, and John urging that it and settleri were to follow Justice and Hit Mercy and on all sides," Lopez wrote

Our standards in the realm of public Such a group could cooperate lard to seek the opening bat. should be the other way later from Astunas and \iz with 10 much success that I "and we thanked the Lord

morals seem to be corroding rapidly with police, city and school officials in tie of the decisive war More round Had Satan teen the 8)'a.. passed the night in confessing that }He had permitted us to

and unless united action is soon taken providing, adequate recreational and clearly we can see why the descent of the Dove or heard Menendez had had the good them find each other again but it
the voice saying "This it my The next dathe storm would be impossible for
amoral that Devil accepted the challenge nit
our i people may become so cultural activities for our youth.It sense to recruit men killed
(If all the persons in the beloved Son* roared even loudr.? and tow. to tell how it all happened"
the ecumenical movement !itself may would be naive to expect that such in tilling the toil animal husbandry
| drama of the Redemption he It he saw the Dove, it would and the hunting of eying waves broke over the The Spanish voyagers
well become an irrelevancy In times inter-faith activity would produce an could least afford to be indifferent have meant no more to him It for lack of these decks forcing the captain of paused several days in Puerto

past our jK-ople often changed from instant panacea for our troubled and !. for his head was to be than to the bystanders: at we skill game that was earlier expeditionshad the ship on which Lopez Ktco to replenish their stoic

one church to another; nowadays the confused youth:; nevertheless it would crushed He did not know have noted there it nothing shown such lamentable sailed to throw overboard the of provisions and to take onboard

change is more likely to be from ie- make for a wholesome and friendly what the phrase meant A in the Old Testament to show inability to live off the land. cooking apparatus many barrels horses and additionalmen

ligion to non-religion. community atmosphere in which responsible pure spirit has no head for a dove as a symbol of God or of water seven millstones that the king had agreedto

All men of good will are seriously parents could raise their crushing. God's power From his twice (hirt among (the passengers the reserve rigging, furnish from the island garrison
saying[ to Our Lord: "I If you were "four secular 1'rlesit and the ship cable. I
concerned over the tragic decline of families amid moral safety and dignity.Sacred lie had chosen serpent .
with faculties to hear confessions
are the Son of God, we get Father lopes war asked to
and dod; ultrrcd His The chaplain wrote:
the impression that Satan had In these four men lay remain by Puerto Rican set.
Scripture cursr In serpent terms. at least heard the words the (hurch't hope of planting "The captain then resolvedto tiers They offered him an

Since then Satan must have \\hat did he make of them the ('ross permanently In throw all the chests of the attractive pastorate but he

I learned a meaning bitter Murldi'i sand.. men into the sea, but the refused as he wrote later- : I

Exiles nostalgia told by psalm beyond our comprehendingfor Beatific He had Vision never, That had was the the We know three of their distress of the soldiers was wanted to see if by refusing a

the phrases about going reward of the angels who reinalned names Francisco Lopez de to great that I felt constrained personal benefit for the Iou

docs it feel to be a tcailessly: "lly the ktreams on Ins belly and eating dust faithful In the time Mendoza Grajales:; Rodrigo to throw myself at of Jesus, lie would not grant

HOW ('(' person, a lone of Babylon ve tat and wept Hut lie did not yet know, and of testing, and he had fallen. Garcia de Trujillo. and Pedrode his feet and beg him not to do me a greater, since it it im'
could only torment himself it I reminded him that we desire to II'rOur lord and
when we remembered SllIn. Itueda As the
ly exile living in a hostile He had never seen (>od. Spanish
On the asptns of the land we with wondering, what the vessels plowed westward ought to trust to the great Hit Blessed Mother.
land far far from< home'Islam Falhrr of hit head the of Our Lord, and likea Pedro Menendm, meantime .
hung up our hai ps crushing might: We cannot tell whether through the Atlantic Father mercy
hpal'I'I''ndmlr. sometimes John J. The exiles had been put to mean It carried the certain doctrine of the Klessrd Trinity (..01'1'1.I ho was fleet chaplain true Christian, he showed had to lie the prob
brutally Knocking an. t stork on the vast network of ty of agony to be added to the had. been revealed to the made notes of the voyage confidence. in God, and sparedthe leml created by his scattered
seers to this question ape ('astelultogether imgation canals which were agony in which he had dwelt angels( In their first state of He recorded the fleet luggage/ When Jesus fleet The Admiral was lacking .

pi'and in publication afterWorld the arteries of Babylonian from the time of his choice grace but not of vision, at arrival at the Canary Islandson Christ permitted the return of over two thirds of his eprditionary >,

War 11. These doiunv'iits agriculture and commerce of self as against( God. At Our Lord has revealed It to Wednesday July S, where day. we looked at each other force, and he had

allowed the world to least he was too Intelligent to us I If it had not, then the the ship took on wood and as at men raised from the no way of knowing when--orif
experience at close range, There on the banks of these comfort himself Ilh the possibility 1 Devil did not know It. He water, The following Sunday dead and though our suspense -the remaining ships would
even though vicariously, the materially an approximate canals gather to
that what God had could only be a strict mtarl-- he noted the during Saturday was arrive
naked tenor. the 1'111J1'lIIeM.thl picture of those pray but overcome by home- foretold might not happenHe an: for apart from rl'vtla. raised sail expedition no lest than that of the preceding .

despair of tortured hearts years, but it li a sketchy outline sickness and drprmion, they again for the It night light itself lie deliberated for s time
lion, this innermost truth wasa
and soulsIf without color or depth could not bring thrniM-lvrs to would of course, strike alxMit God emotional tone Psalm lib: at hit onqnrror's heel lint nbbean balance ol his feet
we tried to sum up these 01 sing Ihe-- jovoui psalm whlihrvitkcd bv any creature But at least or pre"Iur"ard
several emotions In one all. fills in this outline at least a idler inciniirlrs uf a how should he know him Gonsato Soles de Mersi, a night however to Florida. Soils dtMrras
the of' God"would
embracing word, we might little and helps us to feel I if Vunishcri glory: phrase ton brother.law of Menendez, found us again still In the ass with him when h.
woman" .. struck him
Seed of the have ai
w ''I 1 settle for this one home. only fur a moment, the rag. also made notes of the voyage same dangrrvus situation "r made his drclnloi, and be recorded .
HfKncss 'Hns Is a maladv gel pulse of the tiunsplantcd The taunts if their captors an mid phrase. w ith not moth hiving uVprrtwng messianicpossibilities "lIa'lnl..I sail, from thought we must t surely per It In these wordu

which admits of di: nation added Insult to Injury, and light/ In it for Satan. Myriads the Canaries. within a short Mi, and during the whule
many they recoiled in horror, from of mt'nl'l're born into the If he did know about the time a fierce tempest! arose night I preached U the errs Seeing that the people who
green and anyone who has Proni a literary pulnl of the sacrilegious suggeMinn world, and heh- lt! lesser. de Blessed Trinity he might and the flagship with I a and exhorted them I.! put were with him were personsof
suffered from knows
it that it
view, 111M un outstanding t\- that they cast their pearls of moue In plenty to strike at have found a poMibility even paUche broke away from the their trust la God. much reliance and
it a highly/ complex affliction ample of controlled emotional prayer at the feet of pagan the heel of every one of them more frightening Set it fleet without being seen bravery, despite the fact that
a svndiome of all suits of writing. swine. Their harps hung mute But which was the one reserved would have been possibility and the next day a "Sunday morning came many of the soldiers were not

emotional t aches The psalmist doe n't rant on the branches of the weeping for him How many only. for In the Old Testamentboth shallop turned back to land and you can fancy hew we re- framed he MUMMIMM all the

The author of psalm 116:\ has willows both grieving tunes had he- struck at this angels and men had for she Has leaking badly and j-ked to see dayUffet\ once captains to a council and told

glun us a deeply mining and rave and whine he doesn't, he doesn whimper '- and still;: How could we sing one or that one. In the possibility born\ called sons of God It could not be helped" mere although the storm continued them that he had not taken

testimony to the horribly a song of the lord In a foreign that he might be the wit desperately urgent for unabated all day, and that expedition under his
howl I with that sort of animalIncolicience
immliing nostalgia shish crippled which rathertpual !: land ]If I foigct you, one, come at last Satan to 'find out what thewordt Only five' vessel remained until noun" of (be followingJ barge through vanity of per.
the Jewish exiles In was Jerusalem, lit my right hand He had good reason to Investigate meant as aiflwd\ to together, lather Lopet was May. when Our Lord tonal tttorest. but (for the

nab Ion. ritualistic of conventional oriental lamentation quasi- be forgotten': '!" the carpenter of Christ. .n one *( thrnti detfflrd to have eanspuwn. honor of God, who already

appear ed b he m.nsweang
H '\ His poem I is a valuable His mercies. site to show

I document for many reasons Hit surds suggest lather His hand visibly. He nat prr.
For one thing, it gives us an an almost noble sadness, a Pope Paul wilted Oust the powerful fleet

insight, from a "human In. melancholy so deep that It which tailed from i Spain)
teiest' angle, into the souls cannot roach the surface and VIPeter's abeaM arrive rear Florida
of the expatriates This is burst into words, or even Into chair of unity guarantees! truth an towpolrrd condition hlor.

rare for while the pre.exile choking uhs. ills hurt Is so der that the mifffmm ml ...t>.t.

and early post exile periods overwhelming as to be almost Following Is a translationof ant instead of finding rest They come to echo errors Catholic faith but to establish tees to each and easy .. *f ever fatnow -action rouM-be

are fairly I well described In paralyzing made and (comfort it I is mutated bulh ancient and modern, already new connections with the people' of Owl te same achieved should be attributed
I the sacred: wtilings, the exileis He, and the pt'OI'Ie111- whose the Italian address m anxuty with the rcsur. corrected and condemned modern cultureIt truth the sm serurttv the to Him Truotutg a the Divine
shrouded in mystery for name he speaku, tan unity sit August 4 by Pope Paul VI bv the (hurrh and lM Mill he
genie of' greater doubts ex .is enough to know that same |*. vettorday, said be hold it proper
the most part. \\ can pine m numbed si'ence: and weep during a general: audicme in peeling to I mil dogmatic\ ion banished from the patrimony these problems are the object today andThis' ......,..... that they sbmld. tail at

shah he urged Catholics to tratsI hlt'h do not cover the .f the truths of our benevolent and ardent i attitude W* stweoUa nte for Florida. without

have a greater confidence In pi'r sent needs of souls! and observation, as they are of toult. it does not preclude waiting for or asking further
M. J.
Murray which du nut admit discusSHW Or else they propone hyputnkf the and theologians aid"
Bishop great
the (Imnh' and in the (papacy. individual srwattftr HVvvitigatMA
almost immediately And will With approval from an
they continue if it i* truly STM'
I EnutlJlle: we come to It is certainly nut converted into affirmations to occupy u* during the bile, but indeed it stimulates hands Mtn.triu coughed
Strange but true meeting and "beloved sons you pilI"IIIlIlIy. and purpMrtHtf to be tclenlifte.which final phae of the Ecumenical nui d. to tbmk. make progress anchor on August 15 and I IHrl
the prwcitrfes.' ,
find ourselves' facing a crowd daughters but question Council and to pra c frw hips fn tea l?, nf
/ as
Copyright; 1965, NCWC Ness Service you representatives laws and traditions to which We would like at this time n ,.tI 1 f t'.1 1 t'e Cabana -
visitors from every part of our age and the buwtd
the Church u firmly '
It Is .a attitude' which dies f!.a1(
the nllldt'rnlorld who come currents which agitate it who simply! to address to you an
and from which It cannot ever
p.r Ml make is prad If
4 here with news of what Is make us think of the attitude be separated Or they suggest invitation and a good 11II11II.U..r acre the fortinale tad at exrro we

l,7 being discussed the trends of uncertainty criticism, odious criticism concerningthe 1.\Hilton! : that acot one she "ssr'sor of truth but
I the aspirations the sufferings doubt Hk-otogxal intolerance. l and structure of .. 7hc.Florld'a
r history I )m l e confidence !la the rather malts .t slung ndroorsjroos ]
in a word bringing us their agnosticism and even nvgativ the Church and propone radical (hurts: and particularly la .Us tVfrmttig' u
m r -1 experirnres try to be attentive Ism which i ch raiteritet revisions of all its apos Ibis" rkalr (I.f ::0.,. Peters be. rvmptrd by .k>v.. .\gal.| M. CarhotioiiBt
and v\e pray in our many souls rendered more t.aM''erk and its pre<*nrem raise .( the sllllude It firmly tigittlii* reminds.. ," IIII-

7J ;'* M."e FOUR POPE how ya*'* 12761-. : heart that the lord will make sensitive. thoughtful and dos the world, so that the and f.llhl.lmai.l.in\ retarding ..I pride lake pride la tilt
. 'jj/ I >.1 W\OC."HTV ""V t, rui. itV J us capable not only of speak turbed bthe great mmna. ihurch far 'from benefiting the rrHglmit truth H Uitk."
A, "V ., < >" r .' ... ...:". V. Inbut also of hMening, lions of modern liteIs from those. potentialities arid derives from the rrveUtwo .' .be ....e nr.rr5OLrae

understanding. penetrating t it M" Strange and ion new formula' to which tbo entrusted U II by ChrUI. And MST food wls*. just for rtmuiie ri .. i..

what it In man" iJuhn naiad voices come to ut which rowK'lharu'C ttnds. vou. b.lo" SOM and do.. p..u,.. ..., I. ../.| _.,'., ,,,
.'51 I ai Jesus did in a divine make us very thoughtful would end up aaaunuating ,itselft True this it a dogmatic M tics. who come b> M to .... -_ eh.u. muss
r- 1 way otten even surprised and sad into the world a world utude-Uiat u. fousNM. not oait Itu and rnrrubuim _.

because they do not come which a*ails from it not com own learning" but M IN Korth. u to. MM .. your e rUllMr _L"p'.. .. too. t _e a. .....
p the e a n
\mnng ( spiritual
} nuns word ef tied! made nndorrtandaMe ,
only from the multitude usss' M
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(, 1' } thought which we arena In those. who are not fortunalt cosrtroveniol theories and UswoilHJy b% the fitly Spirit rock. it ...... mtfJM n. .,..... f"......... n ......
sense I'manitllnc with greater enough to have Faith and transmitted 'bv 4 tarbIX apacemisc. .*r Of ,,.. r .-**, *.... i..v...
our but rather
wavs, I
rays a com tar lock ofrarfusMte "ti ..4 .
and from '
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0G otca a stwte d
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(lou. truth the Iliurib't rs
t o axes. t
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,' r '. :wt 7hnti.r 1 We seem to nolic that !llk'blI"UIIII'1 th. Church is msalrv nourished we \have rtrerred arises mo t- not allow amtniuitv.. wbpestare ) it .br for sea, brfanH. ... a .....

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God's world n\'e The noricla! Catholic. Friday, August %0, WW

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I Quest for popularity! interpreted EjWE .1 1 Cardinal Beran says he wants I

all like to hive other who is the
person genuine,
people think well of( ui. person who Is fret from dissimulation to return to CzechoslovakiaOSLO

The desire for the good and true to the

opinion of our follows is as Father Ideals which he professes. Norway (NC) lowed to study The Priest state, telling him that on

natural as the desire for food rYTerse There ti an interesting sidelight Joseph Cardinal Beran of told him to obey the order January U his appointment

when we are hungry A person u. J. in the Gospel account of and explained that when the to the College!: of Cardinals

who says, "1 don't care our Lord's curing of the deaf Prague has Hid here he boy reached, the point when would be made public

what people think about me." and dumb man. At the time, want to return to hia he wanted to enter a seminary
either is "As this was something between .
psychologically ill
or and
study theology he
Jesus was more or less In hiding homeland aa soon aa he can
is striking a pose or is defending from the would be expelled automatically the Holy Father and
taking a respite
himself against an uneasy hostility of the Pharisees and els get Ceechoslovakia'i communist from the party me, I was" not obliged to tell
conscience.We anyone, remarked the Car
regime to rive him
r the suspicions of Herod An-
Cardinal Reran
are well aware that the who was dlnal.It so officially
tipas. Consequently after necessary special per Imprisoned daring I World known
desire for the approval of nothing was until on
others can degenerate into disagreeable traits such as healing the deaf mute, Jesus mission. War II by the nails In the January 25, It became public
selfishness, moodiness Irritability charged the onlookers to be After than 15 of Dachau concentration
moral cowardice There are more jean camp, knowledge because It was reported
times in our lives when we addiction to sarcasm silent about what they had Internment and restrictionsthe also detailed In the Interview' In a foreign broadcast,

have to take an unpopular and the like. Because of their seen.Despite l k j Czech prelate was allowed the history of his detention' by

stand because it Is the morally greater warmth and more Ills plea, the witnesses to go to Rome on February the communist after he was Visits banned"An

right stand outgoing nature, some persons went off shoutingthe Persecuted Bishop mournedWord 19, three days before forbidden It enter his cathedral

always will be more miracle Our Lord's request he was created a Cardinal ) la 119. official of the ministryof

There are times whrn we popular than others las witness for secrecy which the was received this week In Rome that The Cardinal has said he does education which looks

lute to Mr with God against Pope John XX111)) But bystanders attributed to humility Bishop Jan Vojtassak (left) had died in Czechoslovakia not want to stay away from "I was "\Isolated/ In my own after religious affairs came

the multitude. if only we can abstain from only Intensified their lie ia mourned by Trague'a Cardinal Czechoslovakia Indefinitely, residence disclosed the Cardinal rushing in the following day
.,' admiration for Jesus his "from June 19, 1949
disfigurement we all but shortly after depar"lure
lie started lock
Such occasions when they Joseph Bcran, right who la now in Rom This till March 7, 1991 when suddenly to everything >
have a far greater capacityfor The Incident Is one more the official Czechoslovak
occur, call for a high degreeof picture' was taken in 1964 noon after both per and without warning I lip Including my private
likableness than we ever commentary on the fact that news agency: CTK, said he possessions and It was
courage precisely becauseit smiled Bishops had been released from comma- was deported to Itoaelov near
shall exhaust popularity often accrues mostto would "remain in Rome per he who put the notice
is so natural to want to be nut Itoamital In southern Hohe- up
those who least It. piiaona.
pursue manently.
of Infection)
'Typhus Danger
liked and respectedFortunately It would be a great mis- mla It was a small country

our temptations 1.Lf'.f course It make popularity Cardinal Reran again expensed residence, the property{ of the Visitors not allowed! Twenty-

to the sin of human respect an end In Itvelf. It II Sum and substance his desire to return U a archbishopric It was In four hours,nt by before another

are not too frequent. In possible to be too concerned Czech Bishop/ /] his native land In a speech a desolate state, with furniture official came from

spite of the contempt for pub- about what other people may given after he laid the car either stolen or broken Prague, this time sectional

lit' opinion professed by some think of us.Popularity. Water shortage recalls nerMone of a building that Is up." chief Or Hruia, who behavedIn
ant jailedbyRedsDead 'hoslut.k a more civilized way 'A
a garde individuals public U be part of a I'm
seekers surrender foreign radio has announced,'
opinion is more often than youth ramp here. ImpededSomehow
not a safe guide to decent human their autonomy of thoughtand Sea ht said, 'that you have b.
behavior Most people do action in order to manufacture mystery diesinPrague lie also said that Cm.hosio- his whereabouts coma a Cardinal and wt were
vat Catholics to church told Well after all
have good instincts and what an Image of themselves go discovered and nothing .
the majority hold to be offensive which will be pleasing. THE water shortage KO: >IK: (:N'(') -- Bishop mure than is usually thought were over a foreign radio, it I is an Internal affair of the
they hope to their peers and d :\..w'ork .is m the Wf'lt.mlMC the Church and wt can only take
usually is Just that. Jan I lie had hardly been there
Admitting that we like to their betters They are scrupulous teaching us volumes Previously Vojtasxak, c'huichgoers, he added are three weeks when an officl.il: notice of your new status.'
conformers taking on to :"I years in jail by the voting |eop4e{ and professional "I Immediately raised theqUf'lUon
be liked it 1 becomes a question if we wished to learn Father arrived from league, toM
of how to go about winning the coloration of whatever how precious and important CzrehoKlovak communtota, Hinh as )physicians andt'1I1t1ll..rs him about the foreign railio of my attending the1'stican
group they may happen to be who are ao Important consintory on February -
the favorable
regard of Joh R. tdiNt dik'ioliure i and j Informedhim
In Cxcihoalovakia ,
other persons More accurate. a part of They are toadies water Is, we had to go to the to tlte government that It "You not safe here 22 1 Insisted that tint.
Middle] East to In t( jrduig to word receivedhe forbid them! to attend : are .
iv. it is a question of how not They are name droppers. or a spot a ahemtlaaywannce ; cannot They may even send someone however, the Inscription banning

to incur their disfavor An They are self adverums country district wisest the ,' Mass to kill you, so you had better all visits ought to be removed
unlikable finding subtle ways to call attention had He of from the gates and Dr
personality made, well run dry.New Will one thrrDIhO1I mime with us The Cardinal
Few Priests
not born. Each: of ui Is born to their usually i magnified ) arrrated by ('wfh.r.hl.kll'a wan not told "hou! meant Nona promised to do. something
i virtues and accomplishments : we ran read the Bible about it.
with a attractivepersonality. '
communist government Chunhgomg Is more ,fie. by 1h.y"Till.
and understand why Our Lord { of being reset-
They are pitiable Individuals med water I' frequently as vocs. In 1WO after they <|iM>nt in the cities than in the lime he was moved loa Off to Romo

God made is le be likable because thf'irPI") eagerness a symbol| of "''UUo.. If they held water. was the denounced! the ckwing of country, the Cardinal said, place called Ituiodul wherehe

I.( one another eves as He to be liked Is so sell-de. 'water used for bathing or for Catholic convents and mono because it Is easier to control stayed for three" years In "Once again weeks went by

else I made us (I. want U be feeling Thl're.re few people Take for Instance the Go* ceremonial rites of purifies aalirie the sparser imputation of (he company of another ban- until on February 17, a car

liked. lets popular' than a pretender p.' of St John (7( 37-381 i Asa tHMi If these reservoirs were Charged with 1..110Iand rural areas.Iluweser lulled prelate, ItUhup. JonefIllowrh was sent to carry me at once

It other persons find us obnoxious a fake Even if it were not so result of the water shortagewe Into places for ceremonial purification collaboration with the eoemv he runtlniied, religion of IIlIcI.JOIn, to Prague, where 1 was told
ran get a new Insight
it is because we self stall would be interesting I questions for found will fly to Homt' 1 was asked
somehow have obscured our unnecessary. Tabernacles when He stood January given In rural tthools but not Prague, the Cardinal, untried .
Scripture scholars 1HSI\ I. t"(1 were sentenced to the hew long I wanted to stay, soI
innate appeal It Is importantto In city ones, llrcaute of and therefore without a
In order lobe well liked, alt up In the Temple and told the
realize this, to realize that flat. I Is necessary Is that .e surprised audience, "If anyone St. Juhn the lIapllll f I lift impnsonmtal One Hiihop clergy l shortage Cardinal' sentence. had II'fffK) newspaiwrs least I replied, three that weeks I needed to attendthe at

all we must do to be likable is let ethers see the true self thirst .let him come to preached and pitted si a Vojtaiiak. received a"clemency" Itrran reported Prlri.li flutist { had no radio and \\81rompl.I.I
to walk arounda
to keep ourselves free from with which Cod has endowed me and drink He who believes spot nut far away (rem Qum- and sentence of 24yeari preach five or six limes every ,. Isolated from the bit conilstory In Home, and perhapieven

the la fart It only about was fined UOOiiO Sunday outoldt world and events One
us -tur charitable, thoughtful in me as Scripture ran was
to visit friends from the
Takes kind, patient and cheerful has said Out of his head a two hours' journey on 'loot.Mas In IIM. when he u. 78, he The Cardinal gave mOil details day ht was told that a foreign concentration .
reed( from andli
self. shall flow rivers of living water there any rnnertl between was .prison on churchgoing In hiscountry radio had again given (the

CINCINNUI (NCIJamesM Now the He said. about hit rile of baptism and milted to live at Senoh Interview. he news of his place of Imprisonment "I use nut allowed to. tn!.

Shea has been named editor It It almost ImpotalWe to the. Soffrt.. which those who the ceremonial washing performed rab>. ::1\1 milts south I o( h*
of the Catholic Telegraph, resist the attractiveness of the believe .to .Km were l. receive by the l head Sea sect* Prague but forbidden to luncUon left editor of tho r.r** Central )sieves near HorKt for a joist said : '\ ou need "I

newspaper of the archdiocese ." a* a Bishop Kurttwan Agoncy. Ik t IIIId further thin years. To kill worry, everything will br

of Clnemn.1I He had been at- Co.consecratorsIl The water shortage Is alMteachiag nlher Joan Dunieluu his is statements not II was reported that Bishop J1MIf.: time he worked in the household seen I., Pane IMUure M I Irealled

/wlat., editor of the paper us volumes about quite as sweeping in Vo-M, *...k had rerenllv been and rut wou d. that they were mlrervgnlilng

sine 1952 : (NCI Archbishop the conservation of water other about scholart the Baptist but yet he Mare ,liken In a hospital Prague, Sneak to church The.. nest niuve was U any of in* Illleii /
James J Byrne of One New York water author). doe see a ronnoctioa bet where he died of a heart all I'sbenb-e near Kulna llnra In they rvntUlrnllx' me
Dubuque and Bishop James tv said he thought the drought ..een the saint and the Jum menl.Ht. "Churches In Prague are ventral lluhemla where M Just 'Mr. Il"o iur.

Mr V Catty of Lincoln. Nebraska would be ultimately. of .NswMbecause raa sect Uners say that burled In his native lull ....,.. travel from one May I. I'M, he was told Ihil ",.,t the papal tl'l'r>tnt,.

.have .ben appointed coronaecrators "it will .help us devise Jolla the Baptist aa a youth was Zakamenne end of tat town to the other he would lie "freed" wild flue MoniilgMir Afostlno C..
of Hishop
of imaginative sohMioaiWe town MI at not to be recognisedwhen . and I'rleils (termite ,
s James 'f.hu t. Bumotvdotignate was a member of the com Ambros Ijulk. apostolw. ad other Hlihiipi sa roll. who came to Prac i
lore J. Watters at tht work well as a result ofcotootrophe muaity, but rather Danielousimply mlmstrator of Trnava, athclsled entering a church In of a general rleinenry.He to negotiate my release r'

cert many August X at MRaphael's sod crisis" As .holds. for a relation. the country where everyone lured mo that I had net or
cathedral .hare the water' supply. dwwdtos Mstream ship of a mart modified astire. at the funeral knows iveryone else. it isn.uch was I then, taken to Mu ceaiwd to bt tht Art, hblshtip
Vojtauak was or IS rushes nmth ofPrague
Bishop The hares. some
a AnhBlshif LM Bias of St cur reservoirs. an oadfie The Importoat question moro difficult. of I'ngue'however
Paul firmer Archbishop. of of suggestions flows" is. was then say rotation. .be. dalnad in MOI and waiaamasl MIMI of churchfoors. are the government
of sod. a Bishop Satin down and. that tots not "The In ,the new haven
Into the office< city stay
Dub. .**. wall preach at the tweaa the purification cuemany the United. "fttatot In made It clear that they did
life did last comment
make their especially not long
state official* recommoadiagsohrtloas easy .
Monsignor Edward J. Mass ducal which Rishopdostgno of tho sort' ami (hru the Internal not want m. to return to rr <
Graham editor 1111162., Walters win .be con to the .problem. One Lisa. ......... ON the latter IIM to attend ('onr..'. In If they have aoma public td the Cardinal "I I wo told official residence in Prague
tonal Eucharistic
: that I .hit ton many
ill become pastor of Christ ...r.... as Muter MOM* ofKidotoma yfgaatnia Is that a oatioaalcommuaioa dotivo u. My way from the lit mourred In functionsThe,. soon aNd that U I went to Home I
Chicago is of teacher" In viiits. I Inched pole, they
be sal up to allocate rase a ,
sad amilwry. teAf firmer' should have lo stay (here,
the King church here Archbishop water to cities all ever death I by many friends4mong limo came to my knowledge taut. and was la .need of
rilesw diffi ult.!
Jewish. TIle dKlilon
clmtehos) HymtArrhaisho kwsflcaUon was
Karl J. Alter *f Cincinnati American Slovak I "
the told .that she must rest
the aatMM Another ia that a was
said.M.amgciur. .K .da. Vas s- e rt sissatlally. different f The Priffrti round nl, wett
Ktswliaw be rm from NiagaraPalls Catholic parisheiMemorial .leave toe Church. If she want
Graham. will U. aiinstoltr. delegate. to the from Chrwtiaa haatlirn The saying. 'IM go but tomebock
| ml to lion civil servantsad in
to the York City a Days jail us" Tht '
alas cantawie ai eowtribvtiag United Motes WIll act as con- firmer wore ntoraal sereautos to Popes or
torch MM would Ml
roerww. along die NsN : give ,
e*tar to .mt CatMic TatoSranh ..crater. w pr..aw4 assiourncwid that hasl. a lymbnlHmoanmg Massto and wrote. to Dr JoaefPlolhar ho .... .done were 'Come'"My
Thnrway.Mh M seems that in fto WM agoln oanV sitter. and members of

Mr. Shot .the fatter of The Mass of awentee ki*. bat thai the water they war lilt ....stood to hold for the minister Priest for i move to ltrvaov narTabor my family were brought to
bo < .
health! I5 minailail when ht wot hilktedwith
seas c....... is a native of will 1 be concetobraasd. 'by crisis mac .help" site ensd he cart monies that a-lualh and .toM .him. what had bee. bishop lapse TrorHa. ,Prague and I book leave fthem
Philadelphia and a graduateof Archbishop \ agnoui Archbishop IW .big Vreby ..... r..4 removed slni She said 'Have I... Hlahop riant.if:
her ..
asked of of Utomerirt aid. .lIl1 '
The sect apparent Bishop Vojtassak ry Tomo *II. the now s1 r -d!, :J-
Villanova University H. is Byrne Bishop CaoryBithofvdeiignate the head /Sea' Vr lls'! you left the Church. .boron Bishop Monlatov 7U of (Nomow. ,
h ce4 some form of tester of the Pragut ar hush
the author of a regular col batters and MtU OKK. |f\n I A me member of tilt govern of II..
a Not*
One of the roriawajts ,
conanted him I Iwe
J of MJotrph mysteries waanmg .h* immersion but it ."If. red told that
Paul Magutrt
of other
urns m the national edition with the Dead Sea ritual inorial Man for Bishop Janlojtauak meat' U n. I shall. have to tame iltmoavy. alter wrviafprisun fully caste of the tS'Si
a purely
the Hefister newspapers tf i cbunb. MMM til: ) was probably who died r.rentlyIn fallow' your scamp.e As a lee alleged.
community at Qumraa that art whereas Christian. ha.. awaiting Mm whit ri only h*.
Denver Iowa baa intrigued me do hew Siam was a rereinorn U.III l Caorhoslovakia" at the age result of this cormpunaoni Militate activities Here wing. free. mull| att'' \\A to

that othe rMmrasi roaer. totally renewed a person w of N. will be offered at the site. was left else their" mail was no 'hunger neater l And to ''II't.' ,

BASHAW'SGULFPORT Girt If the volunteer, e. that he was "horn again" to a Vatican Pavilion at I theWarM's "There Is alaa the case of a handed over by the ,p.trnento gnur marull 1 (ten ft -
Pair here on August snan who. ashed. his. Priest. their" but diriwtlyinto
who "
ports are VeIN thuimagMiativ now .late M Christ ( ircwmrtaioa Humt c<< and sal Brian toludd ;
HOME A;! what to do barrow. his aoa, m their own hands
MEMORIAL FUNERAL faaAe to solve came closer to the i I
the of TIM Mss will ht ......... who. wished. to enter MMPriesthood
U."ni "...1! ''.ctee problem our rotorvotri Chnatiaa conrept of baptissnthan thocommuaM Then on J.a sry K I141. a
lefl.r d M. l.ik.* "* 'by mere Jab 9. Oravort. must .toM
.//I 1',ira the att-TUasi tie sM. punf alien .. .
My .Miter him
.... 24 hw .".iNl.lIC. s....iul.el of Family. oanah party to ... a* glum I.
Kevbe N. Mory
Heir .
jumroa r
rise "..,.,. it ...ml that Bites marked "...rrl" and. signed
_. Se.th! 147. i M' was .ol. aW .
22 A. they awo mjratorv Jeh to Nap1hM was Mt ivmleln (ardiml ('k:.,-

aihamf me message of the Mission report MM.allran. secretary of

When me Dead Sea tcrolls qamwan commuoitv. but wa Nuncio to Congo

Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Homo were first aoSMMtOSJ to the caUstg the ataato to a .peeps BtsMIl'r: ( A total of4474IM7 .MUfZ1Al,.

."rhl me assniaa of tins ration lot a rile that sac ah- IH'ull'lilt, : INK ( ..110I.. live in e.I.7.1111.1 ..ma ,

a.LUWAT-l"'GO 'OAO-lU'O' rrx-notrs attracts! mssrh attnrtion anaely wtbN parallel InClUmran Arrtialshsp (;,""1 KaitmaMaary Tt es dependent. on fh* i MOOIIN; ruNtut, MCVIf :[ .
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Ani'aoe wte ike I'rupo
vmtsfunnfn to lor
TecA.'e f 14 21 It apootolir aunrio (' can see about II tr l .nv rate I Ixlinr, :it I II ('....f/otjoMville. hot prMSHed IC.'..,. Iff the faith Ax'irtfU M'h4.so. S.ic. *
74 HOUR AMIUUNCI srlVJCf r"-"" ft AI lead l t' t' *(, c. .j i1 'u r Se... his rredentiali to Prtmt .. to f >. miwion IIC'" i VA 4 'It') .4* 1' J-. ,. I/.74JCJ

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PHONE I7/-75J4 ,, ,c. ., .. ., .. "t 4 tfandiat Kaaavuhsi that Afrira l MJKJV Ih" *

(f.oa* r>aisl. VI .has ...... Amrrxas ) r teat AIM 11 S..slsy: Psaesh.eg ,.
A. P. BOZA >,vt sio/ ( CHAPEL *..... hts canteen lilt thtCssjgalut Ml 1C Karoo 17109 .Mid

Ut N. AtMCNlA AYE. F. T. Blount Co. I awaatf.. (sjnrtitHtorr ..MI'*. Ijf77 >.K m JOHN S. RHODES, Inc Funeral Dlrtcfon

TAMPA 7, HCH.OA:. > oa tic ......... of thoirinais. rii,"i'"a Iho Wale art ( shier .fIJLANCI SlU gn

by .has mmnnitanaa an'oniations l err I 11 .norrHoriM onsjor corn

FUNERAL DIRECTORS fly mtisagti of m Ir K rutS whKh. have ...>

k funeral Home '.*..ZII{ TAMPA 2IMIU 'snewalrmeM ltd syaphs sVc'n'Vat M the raaaieu <.

ilaigb'Bdas thy, ma asjhmT ,,_.. tormaitarrt .', to carry on mis work .n
virtlmos amtagnwm she mmioa world there ."

BRETT FUNERAL HOME tier. art 10 moat II OM .'r...t. li ill lt'.sttw..i n e ..

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Sit The Florida Catholic I Friday, August I 29. 19SS
Notre Dame
issued for

o Academy
safety in driving rt

!ST, PITI-It: Mil RG Ten
\atnan Radio ha* breadth a r \
a plea for sane dm ing over ;t4 scholarships to the college of N r

the holidays in ItahNo AJ their choice The first gradu
4, ting class of Notre Dame,
": traffic. no meanilreshowever
numbering 66, will also have
.. efficient can Insure
eight of its members receiv
traffic safety an long M
Inn the veil an postulants of
conscience hat not
man s the School Sisters of Notre
reached moral maturity, theplea
Dam on September 8 at St
stated Jude Church in St Petersburg '

"It Is a natural dots to re, They will begin their
itect the health and welfai 21 postulancy at the Mother

tt ane'l neighbor It is a house of the Notre Dame Sin i.

giave duly to protect the ten in Baltimore, Maryland .
lives of others It is a grave These seniors have won

fault to take lightly the risk scholarships or grants: u
ef killing mutilating or harm Pnscilla Peterson was a

ing the physical integrity and finalist in the National Merit
welfaie of ones neighbors" tlIAaY' competition She has won a Notre Dame Academy students win honors

Vatican Radios warning e $6000 scholarship coveringfour I

came in the light of statistics jean board and tUItion. Scholarships have been won by la Peterson Patricia Ann Hig-gina\

which repotted that in the She wishes to pursue a career these student who just graduated Ann Dorothy Norton. Ofeli/ Garcia)

first five months of 1965 there in pharmacy after i she coin from Notre Dame Academy in St lower row, Paula Gnbbin, Joyce Whls.

have been 120000 auto accidents pletM her studies at Xavier Petersburg, They will go on to college ham, Elizabeth Dunn Pamela! Boa-
81,0(10( persons injuredand University! m New Oilcans
with the benefit of scholarships: from field and Sheila Bachman
3100 in Italy
In Venice, Giovanni Cud In. ,\nn )Donithv. :Norton, cld s left, top row, Elinor \\' 8l'man. Prl cil.

al Irbanl issued a pastoral Welcome Catholic students to U. of F. valedictorian, has a complete! -- -- --
tuition and hoard grant fromllIrqll..II'
letter in which h. warned the
'sin ,\nn
faithful of dangerous driving New officer of the Newman Club at from the left are Hamp Elliott/ sar { eroity.

habits and told them that the. the University of Florida, Gainesville, geant at arms: Angela Lindsay, secretary will naliMnOfrlia pursue, studies in Jour. Pope Paul joins with neighborsin

holidays are too often fm oe ate getting ready to welcome Catholic ; fd: Millar, executive vice.prcsi.

canon for "evasion of the student to the campus again this dent ; Jim Bro I.., president; father [<< Garcia; wan awarded

all moral becomes life and licit period on in the which pretext year. The Newman Club in part of the frank Mouch, chaplain at the center; a complete to Florida foui-vear Presbyterian scholarship summer holiday festivities

offered the Catholic Student Cel Eckeile treasurer and John
of amusement and entertainmtnf program by : College! in St PetersburgThs -
Center at the university, Pictured Fckerle, internal vice.president. scholarship valued at ('..1S'III.GANUOI.IYC;I ; ) A relaxed Pope Paul tion of the+ Most Blessed h.

r .. approximately $4;XX). M spent the feast of the Assumption (August 15))- cement
Mf Rrwirn In the et the ...
Paula Cribbm; has received garden .1&m.r
Catholic Center one of Italy most festive holidays-among people of
house the had
and partial scholarship Pope a
a giant to the College of New thin hillside/ town where he I la taking his summer vacation special word for M asmlDsrians

plans activities for IhK'hf'lll'ew: Itochelle, New lie wound up his day watching of the university who had
She Is sister and
our as
York totalling approximately native dances' and listening been ordained iubd.six>o

U. of F. students tWflO Paula111) concentrate \ to native songs sung by the called herself the hand that very morning,
maid of the Lord Humility
her studies on mathematicsand <
seminarians of Rome mission 'There Is something keroH
r.MMSUIIrewly: : ncience territory college at their tharaclerl/es her whole life, In this final decliloi .f theln

sa elected officers of the Newman MinoriM: won a own summer villa at Cartel She strengthens its and helps binding their heart theft

Club at the University 11(100( )() scholarship. from the gandolfo He applauded per us to Imitate her" strength: their wh le die to
or( )Florida Catholic Student Sum'oast Paperback[ i : 0 m foimances vigorously and the sacred ministry" Pe p.

Center ate ready to greet pam' given on a competitivehrfsit smiled broadly throughout After the Mass the Pope returned Paul said, 'There h something

all Catholic students at the In addition Minor: was I-specially: at this song and to his house, only to << of the lup.rhomim,

tmversity for the 1J65-61i! Kit en a K:'holm'ship, totalling dame feat, the lope seemedfor emerge onto the balcony at which fills us with admlritloc'

school )'par. ti:/'>n |per semeMer for four the first time In weeks to noon to give the customary and Joy,"
\ear. to Florida State Lm shed his pit-occupations and Sunday blessing and to recite
This ear promises In !be a lenity, lelatHie. the Angelus with the crowds. In the wooded garden,

hg!/ one for the kluilenls witha Pope ktaited the dav His words were" relayed to St.Peter's along with relatives of the
's. |
more active and varied program I'alrlda Iligglni claimed a
Rome, seminarians from missionary
by striding across (lie crowded square in
the SMMI! scholarship given bv the
already plumed aquare of LaUelgamktlfo The Assumption he said. lands "1"O" !\ flung Africanson

tpunKors sa), Florida .PnHer nrpnratuin ba on Irom his summer house to the "is the message of the future vacation from studies in
a Mute wide competitive'
The purpo of the >student kin. parish church where he telebiated life to the present life, s Belgium Their laughter and
t center is to serve the religion Mats in dialogue with message full of light and of spontaneity proved contagious
t 1 I educational and social needsof Sheila Rachman and Joyce the villagers: and visitors, who hope but also of warning that and the mantle of tare

all/ Catholic students on a Uhigram/ received complete crowded inside the church human existence hat a goal the Pope had bees wearingfor

secular campus \t the Im tuitional scholarship to St.Prlersbu'jC and swarmed outside it Our beyond this earth weeks, seemed lifted from

I 4 IAr verity of Honda it sponsors I Junior College St ing the Mass he distributed In the evening the Pore his shoulders

such activities as Communion Petersburg Betsv Dunn also Holy Communion. went up the road to the summer At the end of the He hour

hieakfasts. Days of Rccollec.: won a tuition! scholarship to In his sermon Pope Paul house of the seminariansof festivities the Pop rave his

lion, a speakers program st. Irtersbuig Junior tollege proposed Mary ai a model all the Urban University. In. hand to each of the M nsw
Students at Blessed Trinity receive state award student discussion groups a' can imitate especially in loving Irnltlonallfminarv In Rom subdeacons, and the personal

veil at such apostolic vtoikiai Pamela Ronfield was givena and working for her for students. from the gift ef a br.vllr'.rh.. .
Nisi Cecelia Ryder, president, of and drawings: In a scrajbook entitled hospital VMitl I.100 III nolaiship giant h\ (.nu""iv 'Our Lad Is a u?man ('hut'hs missionary terrl( This breviary, h* said would

the sixth grade of Blessed Trinity 'Birds seen in Florida and constructed The social life Is by no 'the 1'iofeisionalVomen of St a creature i.ke al: the tones He first went Into time b. "a bond of eommunion and

ward to her clans, a certificate and a Looking on is Sinter:; Matilda Ann and diverse program including thei her education he said, house. for benedio- the young sienna,

check from Mis Fred Montsdeocs., OSB and Mrs, I). W Inglass, school such functions as dames

chairman of the Junior Harden Clubs, chiiimsn of the clubs, Mrs Robert picnics, patties and dinners, IIOADCAST HOUSE

The atudents drew numerous sketches Randall is the. sixth glad teacher For those with an athletic' inch
nation. the center sponsorsa (
siKtenful team in the tnlviisitv .

Vatican Pavilion program(

YOUTH .Ml students the
NrW; 1'oiu'I( | Just I arriving in
tall I ate invited to stop hs the
Nordmann Hardware two months! short of closing. N.NNNNNN'/NN,NN/I atholic! Student Centet at w

'ihing; Tackle Repaired Vatican Pavilion, authonties Education week the stait of the school scar

Sporting Gsodi: -Locksmith at the New01-k U01 Id's Hair and Income |IIC'ronalll aciiiamted .

m surd N.. lot H i UKM ate making plans for dl sposi 1 \\ \'IIIfnllIl'( :Nat | with the members

>.lir M II. Mint lion of their show plate t tional I I Catholic! Education; theme.
Week will be olmived this
lie major pavilion alt rac
rear '; \ember 711: couuiding
lion, MKhelaiigcIo( i Pieta i
Congo Republic
with American I':itucwtionUcek
will go home to Home nn No
and having tie: same
vein her 2 alHidtd the Italian
theme Invest m I learning," nationalizes I
liner Ctlstoforo Col imlHi Tile
The department of educa
pavilion will he demolished
. turn of the National; Catholiceiraie
leitmn all works' will be sold church schools
\\ Confeience is making
by bid
I available to schools a kit! IlltU// \\ IIU:, itepiihllc Sacred Heart School children tour broadcast house
of suiigeiitpd
1 posters : 1'1'0| of the tonco (t\n The

ATHENS LAUNDRY and VOLUSIA COMPANY MONUMENT grains: each and a theme aiticle national I a fur of the
day obseivame
DRY CLEANINGPick 1402 I North Boulevard hornier Fiench colony has decreed CAPE KENNEDY (h,ldr." from Sacred Htort .f H>. comtnq' ; wheel l y II'. Ihn ST. AUGUSTINEJAMES
Up end Dtlivvry that all private and
I Phon. 734.$119 Highway 1792 Dtl.nd Kits can be obtained at $2 IMicKhul schools will be na AREA School ,n Jacs.nvlte, went .n dent .f t*>. Dioc" wit *9*:o
each from the M \\C dipait timulirrd a tour .f tK. WJXT br.odcllt p.rtiepI"; m tfc. / each
13$ E. Veorhi M. J. B.ld.uf.( Owner by the government many
ment at 1312 :Massachusetts without. payment of Imlcmni ietweihng actint; ;" ptrid T.
\ve :N\\ \\ .. hlllglon. I DC
211115INSURANCE( ( ties BEWARETERMITES by tb. qrd ."d high; tchooJi. MATHEWS JR. .

Motorcycles Vespa ScootersUp which The cletne legalucd of August 12 COMMERCIAL MEN. 1."N.NNt.NNNNNN N Old Uoit *"d Cures: .

goveinimntplans S'.,.. use 'saw ;\ 9A A.,,,, S....
U I ISO It announced amoral OF"-- c.; A Must For
in i p. fllon .., Reading 6.s. W.Ic s.
5.InendService Orange Cit;ty weeks pieviouslv, exempted Q'4ool

Cash .r Terms BARNES Phon. 77$.2536 THE CONRAD COMPANY ooh! ('hlll'h ieininaiie and f Every Catholic. .

''I Wet N.w York ....v.nu. hook operated| b> diplomatic was.MOTEL nHti,
DeLand Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum ,
The nation (athulic J\1b. I ILe
"Wh r. N.*ur.'i Beauty >t Enhanced by N.v.r Ending Cue" up warned that the act wuuld c.... ..... ,....... Read It 'In 3 Day
..., .......
600 E..t Btrtiford A .n". r fame "(real damage for the ...h. I.. .. ..,,,,*,,,*,,,,..,.,,% ./*/44 STORE
'w' s
Phone 734.69Sft D.Und. Innlruclion and education ofchildren" ,law?.... ,. .". I a tli* ***e .* INre b....

M. J. 8.ld.uff, P.td.nt R, J. Fork Vice Prudent. because Rrulhers '
and sisters witiild no longer 7u.r,1 1000'.1 PONTIAC 47 King Street
be allowed! U teach Is the SURF BOARDS
i Amerce' N.. I Rod Ctr
PH. 783-0500 |
THE GIFT SHOP nchiMtUThrie. S.10 l or Rent AUGUSTINEVA

For Gric;out Givinq" 75000 students l ':f1 I SUN 'N. SEA SURF SHOP BANTA BROS.
Grcttnq Cards H.ndb'9'.lin..., China GUitwar are 4.1687
For Brides and All Occtt.ont attending (atholic elenientarv : :.] 242 2MI iTtJAlA St Awfgf se
Phone 734.0654 Ml North Boulevard 14 low ..(.....lwi L.M. Sihimls in the Republicof J -- 5..11,1. Be..h
KAY HICKS Owner S 1)4 NM I.r IM 5444JOHN'S the Congo. another! 3000 In
PHARMACY NOII'ItI"r schools and nails $ Evwy+O..... III Mre'
IN Jc.Aea Jlta.il ...
lilt Ml *M IMM ItlM
I,.. e"5'M UM) In Church: .run t .'h"11, PLAZA CLEANERS & LAUNDRY ". 0.,.,. 'istauasah

COINS and STAMPS si hools The Bishops, had proponed Peert L' Record S*.
Fulmer'i Drug Plaza North AIA 262-9139 tPlea
a counter plan to place
.. I Con and. Stamp Supple, 4I'd G b... a=.+..../(.,.4i.v,...,
oOL/: 14111.11 Mali
., ...-., II., ... ,..<. the elementary schools under ti I"IWTB r i' .
r.< i.r,,..",.. w ,". .. nn government control hut .ra"'UIPw rlalalenl/ .anusnel a.avass Pl..UII isle t,11taSfel nalr 11al Gwge 5+n.e V. .ISII

I1 HUFFORD COIN AND STAMP SHOP which would permit the wn.et tar tits I' west. fret east
.1a ...., e..I..N1 are... tl1311 Church to operate them at be
e.va ,. 111 "* lore .,..- SIVT" MIR/I 0--. am _t of .. arr/w r N

///' fiThtn The Bishops' statement issued rcgfrIPianosOrgansBand I sow twos r.. Derea data f TN..:...WART. ..... a..,e.....Ilea.& irl.c.aAweIIIMNe..e._. ..

FRIED CHICKEN before the national as r .;::: =-
JACOB WORKSfor semMy acted asked Catholics =.. J.. =
to pray for the root nu- w a .r u ..
101 Wtit New Y.rk Avnu. Iw sal .w.,.,,
DUCTS and SHEET METAL WORK lilt a ot denominational, eUtfat Instruments its. die Cal .... ".. ear n.i a.
CALL JACOB 7340901 Phone 734- 1166 < ...n "hnh then saul ,,,ild '.. i.owart awl ... .... y
u Seveli Atfl..1 "W'No. /hone 5....' J.'II; I.' -as wto5... v... ..e M Ilea.
44 Veen i. Dol.nd ,t0 NI'flh Amt DeLand h* ,'1'' xivlv I 'nenasea by .; heck 3r, ,,-, :::- JM l.nwa t.....,._
the g"vn i ufiit plan



The Florida Catholic. Friday, Ancn 20, 1965

-u ___
Sharing our treasure

Holy Father indicates ;

I ways Convert joined inquiry I


preserves youthfulness class at friend's urging

\A: :! TUAiA.\JUU: (
NO-Pope Paul VI declared
guage, customs and mentality
the Church hM preserved its youthfulness by seeking as far at these are compatible WHEN asked 1h)' M was ,
within itself the \' an /:clement.cal .
inexhaustible vitality of iu truth and with the Church's nature ...
I spiritual riches and mlsnon"' Secondly the council!. Pope Joan \XI1I II'.
It reposed to have walked to \
Speaking to thousands at a weekly general audience Church keeps Itself young by Father .
a window Opening It be
here on August 11, the Pope chose seeking 'within herself the '
-. to dwell on the "an- Inexhaustible pied, "To let aome! fresh air John A.
of its
uquity of the Church. vitality Into the Church" The great
and ways of thinking and truth, of itt traditional conilstency O'CrlushirJlf'r.
H. laid the Church an. speaking he laid and of its spiritual Pope opened window i and the ,
clentnest it a main Imprei riches" Fathers following In
However Pope Paul added his spirit. opened dtwi and

lion visitors get during an au the Church has twe wan .( The Pope warned that Invited the laity to enter and

dunce, To those who tee this rclmlgorstlng itself and .( sometimes reformers, "cer play a new mere active and

antiquity superficially it keeping young. tainly mated by sincere teal, vital role in the Church, Later I rrvncl" to
:Mies about 10 miles norlh,: of
sometimes seems that It ii Tint, the Church accommodate concentrate on the first I Equally Important It the South Bend Knowing ""f f T

not only the Institution that itto itself "to the world method forfeiting" and ignore apoitolste of during their interest in the Cathnii I...1 "i,
the second
ancient but also its ideal around it by using its Ian- ing Faith Into whlth they are a friend brought me to a 'till''

This Imbalance can lead to now Invited t Ie enter shale gathering in a Cathniu t".11" ,

heartrdlr where I would' meet Fdtb'r\ .
a pulling from tradition
Holy See solicitousof away dmund Bauer C s.c .>f
al theology and discipline and Since the laity eonMitute
Holy I Cross parish, pljlh
I to 'questioning everything more thin !99 per cent of the
as if they must begin today to Church memtx'rship. it Is

Sudan's sufferings construct the Church to re obvloui that If the" faith is to father took me an.1y. ,,\
friend Don Hamsev und,', a
make its teaching starting If be spread among the million.
nut from data of revelation of churchless In the three months course of rvstrurttan
...... ... "
(f. r. ICI during which 'I-
The texts of the three telegrams and tradition but rather from USA, the laity must ahan
of Wiu and to the Christians thor of us mimed a Slth i 1.l
of temporal realities to don their role and
August d, all signedby paisixe
of the southern Sudan he has class. I
launch a new form of thought, play an active part This Ii was impressed b\ thdotlrlni /
tent hit fatherly words in Cardinal Clcojnanl, are spirituality and morals. on f the great need In the Chsrch of the !Heal 1're,''''e
their new suffering is follows: the pretext of Infusing In to f today which Ii so clearly taucht id

His Excellency Mohammed Ahmed Mahgoub Prime our Christianity authentic!. The noted financier author the sixth chapter of SI| John

Minister, Khartoum. ty discovered only now and and convert. John Moody, Gospel>> The realization that
which Ii intelligible ChrIM would pardon mi sins
"The Holy Father Pope Paul VI rectlvf'1'ith only by laid: "The greatest menste through Ills ambassador lathe
men of our limes
to the Church today Ii not the
deep sorrow news about the Bad events which confessional and then
In contrast the Tope laid of
opposition\ or antagiiniui
continue to deflate the southern of conic to me In Holy COn
regions the other method that of those who attack It from the
Warm for
Sudan because of the affliction of those poor fidelity by the Church to itself greeting Pope outside it is the laxity andindifferent mullen stirred me deeply'

people and because of the present state of tension -certalnlv holds the true of so many of Its The hnrrh. I perceived,
As Pipe Paul VI was Icavirj' In his fo to salute the 1I,1 1\' Father hn
which aggravates the situation and excites greater secret of its perennial. youth, ; \ re- own members' This brings war founded directly by

hatreds The Holy See, whose desire Is the re him makes her seek within automobile this youngster broke turned his cordiality with a warm to mind the famous saying of (.ltrt'1 who bestowed upon It

turn of tranquility in those regions in an itmos- herself the divine treasure through the sidelines at CastelgamloU smile. the British statesman I'd: the power ef teaching"' all nation

(,here of respect for human rights addresses to entrusted to her by Christ ." .- .-- -- --- mund Kurkt: "The only thing and promised to be will
necessary for the triumph ofevil It until the end of time
Your Excellency a respectful appeal confident

that you will strive to end this violence and shedding Sunday Mass Schedule in the Diocese nothing Is ."that good people do 1'h1 relic of a martyr In the

I of blood and create conditions for the establishment How," you ak, "can I main altar stone of a Catkin/

of normalcy and trust The Sovereign (Clip and s.... Th;s schedule! cent* nt tk* |I.ftl Information from trtt pnih ) help to share the .'llthf" lie church bean witness to
A1ml...M kt|... Its unity with the Church of
Pontiff vmia. IA ..... C lod lot Ik :*> B.
w y _
5111. wails iIIIIM 055fNnp5a5t 1105 TS(Silo SI .,."ft t. I I* .It II I* \tn can d. this by Jour the. lint centuries Here. 1
of peace will come to these, people Please accept s"r..rl. 1. It .... ..
I r.'bo.! II II 11 14rpsrn St J. rk 1.5 550,55 good etample, prsjrr, eplaining \. perceived. Is the unify "h 'hJesiit
thia expression of eonaideraUon. Car coral MIss trKl"' fit IM. ..... Ill, S..*4ir* It SI J.4< t. I II I It. II. .II I*
my highest Nah Iea1N A54I.rl.. 1 *t ....>,.mi S..|.111. (.... I 55,5 Su. ../*). t SI ...., I II. I. t. II IU II (the Faith aniwerlnt; detlared would alwi'icharacterlre
dinal CteognanL" limit it IOa 5I.165 sotki 'UII 555 rnur RIf NIf St lt lI l questions about II, lendingCatholic Ills Church-'
111 ft Jmm. I 10,1155IITIsS0MiS QIIMft M, 1't ... 1.11. Cull, I*. T II. I II It, II IIst
His Excellency Saddik Fl Mahdl Head of the >4 OMWMI HmlxK.. run Hill., I' I II III 55555.1 i t, i ... it. it ,itSt literature, bringing one fold with the one Ih..ph..rd
S4ITOWSt Ml.M.'s 1 5I55 t..is.. 'UII Thtr*>., SriMltKi MH* your friend t 10 ;Man and eipe-, I wu received rd1t'hrust's '
UMMA (Peoples Party>)>. Khartoum TtM.. IIS.NN Ill 555155IAdr Sir.4 H..rl I It, I. S M. IIor4l I. ,14 lit daily I. a I'rlest 'for systems. true Church and I
sit n" rt Itrj/ s'5 1 II, II I II Tr.rolq..tMSI15,5IIIII)5I
"Gravely preoccupied because of the re4i0o <.4 CMIW t I*. I n. II.*t Joe ..".tll. RA JIM'"/ 4Trlniir 1, I 14, II II tie Inntrurtlnn. can never sufficiently thank
situation In south Sudan where seminarians and SfllSIKWSt .-... 0.0. r.1I1 I4" AkT4kin lot for the grace of faith
n..... SMllottr SiS000II.IIICSt. St ARikmr t II. I M This Is Illustrated In the
Priests have been forced in flee I ; where places of all ups. ,.,,. TTIBIIT I. I. II SL Miry I conversion of Jatk L Carver and all who helped lead ml

worship have been devastated and destroyed: 05 1515 J..nh h. c....... .. I. /..t.II la.uNnS CIMM Ik.t.Kin S ... lIl ,II, || MCrwMlilMi a.M iK.....001651)0.,4 SMlll. ittrninAll t II I II, .II. II IIItitil of Nilei. Michigan "I was Into Christ Mystical randy
where have been and where I.HMrtr 5./.ais,1.11II Air lull** II It. II .
people dispersed reared, he related "In StI
T 4*. .. II II. || .IIKIMXttll a....ni (l.urkM I a. 51:01, St *..... t4' 4inr* 1115(0105TNI00N05" "" I 1"'U'
there are many victims among whom is a Priest | KSt .... ._ It I S. I.N, II 111,1111,11,1111 Ikrimitlm Oil, S. I II. II ,uli In a neighborhood! In
from Rumtxk the Holy See addresses also to ..>HM., t. It .-...... 0N0ItIIItIt ... FkirlM gn**. *( "' ....... which there were many Cath .
.lliOflLSt I It. I It, Iit.. II''M IIIIIISIIIIIt T It. |, 11111. || SISi ',
Tour Excellency a heartfelt appeal so that you SI..*.. tail N.N II.Ip a.-. st ;..... i. 5. 1, i. it 11. uSt Mink olici. Many of my closet ., 11 t-
lH' elL TIIIN,167N Mkk \'f...., I II, S. I II Mill II I II friends weie Catholics and \
will be instrumental that rights of religion are St UVIMM. t IIC4I14N4 N..a.y cIa1M '. It t. .. t, II tl II II III.4JU R.4:5 I II, |* II they explained things :
respected and that violence cease from whieh BO Aw l4, III Ami, s. f, t. II I ...., MlHIlM ..e:...*' leuitotlu R many h .raw ...
Owt I.+..i n< miliiN* S 05Iw1Mlll>* M yjuxnurr s.4w>.ii' I I* .*..4 l.....*..t alxmt the Catluillc religion A1.UM:1IIJM: ,
lasting good derive The Holy See nouriahes .. Ii .. S
can rose a1. rrcan f .l1 tlSMn4 A5 I It I/:51 5,50S,50 11/5 Mr Carver continued his IW.M51l5
...... I I*. Hill, urItft60 Air ....
the hop that its appeal will be received and H..M M S 115/51 SIT life story thus: N..N Nw 55N1544? .,?'11
canons mile .11H. St NMiktw t M S1. II IIn SI MMWkl I ....... ...... -" ., ." ..... S .
hopes that religious life can go on in pease sad .., ..._ t. It. II .II S.SIS/MI/N.IIN,1/51 .. ..n.n n>*rNSV They brought me to unla, ,' IN I oq 'r"' 1... : i, 5M.N1l".raA.
tranquility in the Sudan. Accept the sevtiaaMti I.1110f1 5 M t fin rtirttk) 1,5Se,11,11,11 11. It It, || .......i> 1'N/,1.NI/ ....r4 MSkSSt I SI Man, and I felt closer to Ood ..' -. ..,'.. .oo.. ". & ,..,.. ..
I..rt..I. PIN l I Mir ru ISIS AI a1
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t1Io S t. 1 07* 11. ilt11CS0aN ... J-. 1,505.10 PAIN kifSt .>4 ......" singing\ of the choir 514/55 1)n..l.N 1nS
nan ..5f 44kln" lll SPAIN JMt* t. I. It t. S IoilS. II I* the clear and downtoearth. ,...... ...... ".. .. '..
aw./ ......-. I Iftll' it nm f. 151, it. II''H MI MIMA .'.....e e.Mr 14. II Mst
"His Excellency the Most Reverend Treat. ** D.4, I./a0 "u. I/IITISi NI.N11 **.** erM! t. i it, n at">. II u sermons mod I admired the i
0. .row 1 SC. I. I' SO. lull' It \1III". Salsslwwpl 161511 B AIB. nnt Tine piety and devotion of the wor :
Mcar Apostolic of Watt Cathode Omrtfe. POR 10, Iapw5Sf., CIIIa ..*.. Ckk4l: .......4 *.*t.IM.l I It, II| II .
\\'iu, Sudan .... Scan. IMf S.4MMt 510,510,11.a.S 1.4,11:51a.Spm, CkrM Iki Kit* I t T
.. ...... Iii, 15 M II. .
rift CkkM I Sicisat 4 It I UBtykMr
"Hie Holy Father has learned with prefowad rww a**. I.511t50 St k..rr I N t dI, II. II t I* Infiltrators 1
sorrow of the sad situation in which the clergyand nit tau fin .....Now.s.pr5"1 S I.... SlMktMtl ItHeir 'l
.. Zttll,1i Inlrt1|
." SMMiUrt t, S It 10h r t, 11 ritrii 1455 "...* I |llimmMtMi .
people: of southern Satan find thsiaasehe, wini cmst .. 1155555. ...... IMstt 0. 1 M I. ,It ... IIBkW44 I I U 50:55.,. II |it -A newii |1"x>r here reported I I 'QJ
It I .* t ae11,11.11 .. '
.. ,
KM. tinM M/SI NNeIN '
a T1wna1 'NIpssailo.1
His Holiness 1s close to those who softer especially SmmiilHtl 5/.11N,5154 that former MeiUsn. 1"1"1
| MCMT 114 HkWI its-I I I SI IS II In
the innocent to those who we and. la M11tsS1 misc.Ow (655 Mlkl "..... dent Umo ardrnai has '..L + .1
,...., III ,...... "MI.", I 14 IIMis 11655 tit. 55,5(545. N..> I.INSISlb.rW Wn iponsorlng the 1'11.1"I .". i iof
particular to the native clergy wholly labial M 5051. StCtotMM I t II II M II..
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a. I Ik I 14 Hill I*:II '
their apostolic mission" and already so scarce and. st ,.... 1 i i. Iii. .itSt IMf SHm. f. I. 11:51, Coat ns ki>. I. f. I. I 14, II It II II Meslean. Indians to t it'awhere
eu moss I4 iksMI4 a1...., 1. t. t "it u itIf 50. Io.Yh t. I. I II II, II I. they" are trilned Incommunlit
deprived of the aid of the missionaries, and ke. A**) t,IS. II": MSM II4 r.. TMIISt SV L.r.nr. f" I. I. II II II '
from' nod the a.I.6' a .* Imports Almighty highest blfaalng St ...... I.M. I II U4f tit BkMrt I I* 5115511.I Si ..." litHf 1. Ittkrot )M: AoI) il. 1... all'C'l. said roux OWN IU ihle.5. !

of peace in Justice and understanding for these cc 11545' Mt .. 154m- 5 tem"ki that eight' I......... retenlly. re.
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Your Excellency, to the Priests and to the faithful I. M. |II,|| Pwrt 5n./N. M It 555515NM. 0..*.. n..... t.M. I. II 14. II mountain region between( the )" ..."" ,
Sit 4k.St V eo 1 Ir.1 5In
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H 1 IU '" 1 I 1 ''1 1 \ 1 /p..ndag a month to Yorad.

Pt.414 The Florida' Cathollp.\ Anna t 20 1911%
uu : .:..__! Friday, _. ._!._: u._. .. .
"'T- -'- "" " " ," ',","..
K of C will press

Agenda for obscenity fight

with fund support

educators'meeting BALTIMORE (NC) As-

rte. 1w stance 1 in marshalling
Ik.ed! legal! talent to carry

Orlando, August 26, 1965 4ti,1 y, the tight against printed!

mjt: through America
__ the Knights of Columbus.
10.30 a m, St Charles Church 1:30.: social hailTeachers rs ,
I Supreme Knight John W.
Presidents principals teachers K through 6th Grade .McDevItt told the Knights'!

Speaker: Monsignor Mortimer Purpose and utility of testing __ Mrd supreme convention here
f that laws against obscenityand
Danaher HIGH SCHOOL PRESIDENTS : pornography In the Unit

SCIENCE RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 1:30: pm., meet with Archbishop Hurley ed States are adeqnatt.

presiding There has been a "lack of
10 $0, social hall meaningful confrontation
$ of
Teachers Grades 7 through 12 pornographers in the
1:30: p.m., classroom court room" he noted Government .
Purpose and utility of testing attorneys inexperienced .
Sister Mary Damian S.S.J.
L in obsenity cases have
SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS Sister Joseph Mary OP. been at a disadvantage hen

opposed by the publishers'
JO rn classroom es
TEACHERS, Grades 7-1J
pe: lenced lawyers, he contended .

Sister Joseph Mary 0.P. 1:30: p m., sectional meetings In separate .
classroom lie announced that the

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS Knj hts' financial support
Enriching the curriculum through wo Id go to the nonsectarian

10 SC, cafeteria the library Students classrooms and labs organization called Citizens
Teachers, kindergarten through Sister Pierre OP. soon to return to for Decent Literature Inc,
which Is participating in two
Mrs Tremoulet
Grade 6 These "scientific hands" of last to another school year This month Diocese. The Department of Education olxencltv cases now before

Language and methods of science jear'g atudenU at Central Catholic is drawing to a close with an increase announced diocesan regis the Supreme Court.
The Center of the
Library- School Father William G. Joseph High School In Melbourne remind in pre.opening activity, including tration da)', for August 2325. The Supreme Knight also

Sister Pierre 0.P. Role( of student counselors families that Inter-psrochial high registration of all Catholic announced that the K of C Is

Mrs Charles Tremoutet Sister Marie Carmel S.S.N F.,, schools soon will open their doors students in the schools around the responding to a request by
Po|>e Paul \'I. who wants to
Filmstrips or audiovisual Effective physical fitness program ---- build an audience hall on the

in high school To Rome Leaders attend playground that the Knightsown
MASS ST. CHARLES CHURCH Mrs H Piatchuk Bishop Hayes consecratedto adjacent Vatican CitvHe .
INION flT't":
Jersey said that the
12 noon General athletic program (fNC) father Alexis Paul SUt.ON0) ( General property will
given to Pope Paul in the
Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley John Baldwin C.P., a native of Norwood, serve in Peru mission N guv'en van Thieu president. name of the Knights of Columbus
:Massachusetts, has been of Viet t Nam national directive .

celebrant Home economics named secretary to the Pas ('UK'.U.O (:N('> Bishop Carmelite raised to the council and General
Miss Catherine Brown siomst superior general: rather NRujen Cao Ky, premier :Mr. McDIvltl r oleo srvnounred
Nevin W Hayes episcopacy when he was
LUNCHEON Student organizations Theodore Foley C.P were among 10.010 persons the eilahlUhmr-nt st
12:45: James Durant IV and will leave for his new as- 0 Carm., of Sicuanl Peru consecrated in Holy Name I largely Catholic refugees the Catholic Iniversllr of
'''''"''",n" '"" "" """" "" ,,,,,,,,4"" """ ._. .,_,,_..n.,' "' ."_ 'uu"__ n _n"_"nn,,,._.__ .". _' signmcnt in Rome on Aug 23 became the first American cathedral here by Auxiliary from the north at the dedication America ef a Knights ef Co.liimhus .
; of a monument to the I'ro m>* and Pre
1t Bishop Cletus F. Donnell,
9um Blessed Virgin in a refugee Palrla scholarship 'lund with
I Daytona BeachPRINTING tf I Ii administrator of the Chicago village in kien Giang district. a tVM.ono capitalization.
Bishop named Ten scholarships will be
Co-'onsl'<'ralori at the ceremony awarded annualh
8.Iro. ill beginningin
i r on August 5 were Bishop Ufo"0) ( A native l'6, on a competitive ba

Letter Press end Offset Bernard J, Flanagan of Nigerian has I been named coadjutor sis' to children in Knights of

Ceuchman Printing Co. a * and Hishop WIlliam G.
I. SMIMf, eon Archbishop Charles tleerey has now
CL 2.4284 138 Magnetos Connare of Greensburg, Penn of Onitsha llftlaRI8oopf'leC't reached an all time record of
MART r s>lvania Francis Annie, U71.1M in 4225 councils in

l...KorattonGuliitanWundi Coadjutor Bishop Clarence 33 was born In EiKmelle and the t.S Canada, Mexiro.'
.... ----. n Itsenmann of Clevelandsaid educated here and in London Puerto Rico and the Ph lip.
SI AtSUMO Of tin W.... in his. sermon that Bun and Home pines Mr McDivitt reported.
J Km root, j on Hairs returns to his
{ Will.filVIO ANDS : 384 North Beech St. Priests, : R'h/lloo..J .
/ Papalol CCD
UNSIIIV rtlCID r exhibit scheduled
-..-....- Phone 255.5479W.lcom. ..+a.r -j unleers and people of Sicuant
,.t- "
a changed person, to con ,

Travelers tmue the 'fullness his ministry of the to them Priest in for view/ at Vatican Councilactive

roe Furniture .i hood1
naueMwla Porch and Patio Specialtiti .U.rAtMiKIV, IxxiMana (N('I) An exhibition of
Bishop! Iitenmann stated
Rotten Wrought Iron the works and programs of the Confraternity of Chna-
the Faith, of the people of
Aluminum tiara Doctrine has Wn scheduled I
Sicuant through 400 ears' is for the benefit of the
Highway 1-I Ormond! Beech being! brought back to \itali Council Fathers at the Vatican during th* fourth session

ty through the missionary of the Seeond Vatican Council which convenes September

work of our Aml'rluICar.. 14,
mehtes and their associates" Bishop Charles P Greco of role In the Church
IK* H I "Mum' i .A teaching postulate
lutltl h...... He congratulated Bit I dtp Alexandria. chairman of the Bishop Greco said) after hit

",. per 1001 I MlMlf fnryAn it llajri on this recognition. of mted State Bissnos. CCD address a large number of

..... ell Ix lit J ... his efforts in Peru DUruts- commits, diacloeed here Bishops "from various parts
,5,11I15Ilden U.,.' lOll the steps en. the say le that he cleared tke project of the world cam to see me
II w tllS X ? J the bKhopric. Bishop lt rnman Individually, seeking more in
personally with Pope Paid n
: ;;' enplcopil rlln formation and pointing mlth
\\ Home Appliinc Srvic I V crstlue 'the effective rontlimatliin The display will be set up need for fuller eiplamtwn .

) Banquet Facilitits I./.r515111.1 VI m"M..l and a renewal, of (he near St. Peter basilica of the CCD program
Ave.loble. Call 25$.5236 very life ef (the Church en Tfce Bishop said he clears I
The Holy Father could not
... .
M etl Ir .10. r.nn 1 "
Up to 400 nuIuoaS .... ."."t, ...." earth have given tie a better spot, the display idea with, pn|''<
Paul I I. who commissionr
Bishop ilayes. born on Chicago nor OM mere suited for the Count Knrico Galeatn. goner

For The Finest In Food 's south side February! convenience, of the Council nor of'Itll'" City. to after 1
the '. 17 I., was ordaiBMl here by lathers." Buswp Greco said to the architectural problem
I' the late allll WIl
J OLD SOUTH I diary selection of location light
The display sill
I ':, Ham n. O Brien MI Jva.. 8, preside
: '" the m .ers le ma .f the d other details. connectswith
DINING ROOM IWfi For five years he taught ay
; questions' raised earlier the sMbttionBishop
I In armlrte schools. then in by
1666 Ocean Shor Boulevard First Vatican Council memorial 1141 was assigned' to mission the Bishop, and sill I d* murk Greco said the, evh
.1WerJMA bums will. feature the n p
I. spread the '
Ormond Beach
work in Peru In IfM he be
ccoxilla t Th. approaching fast of St, Nathaniel and Slid to him 'VV. Inowttt Thou mo?" Jesus aniwtrad > tame prclsMc BHllms of Sicu- le .Ih", parts ef the works and programs nuaderwejr ..\.'

Phone 677-9745 Bartholomew, August 24, rtcalli have found him ef whom Moses and aid to him, "Before am, Pert.Ills send." In the ImtrlSt
that Philip calltd thte, .te, Canada and Latin
the fact that the Apostle i n in the Law end the Prophets did! .htn thou wait under the fq: mission territory covers The Bishop said. Father America

featuring Charcoal Broiltd! buried in Rome at this Churchof write. Jesus the ion of Joseph tree, I saw tht," Nathan; an- loom square miles and has Joseph I) rollini S < director .
j. .. PrimeWESTERN St. Bartholomtw.m.Tibtr of Naurtrh" And Nathaniel! seared Him and said, Rabbi 3HO ftio people. 7$ per cent of of the ivn aalleswl renter
]I: T T In front ef tha church u a pillar said; to him, Ctn anything Thou art the Son of God, Thou whom are pure Wooded Indi is WaahMHTlon DC sill Daytona Beach
_. STEAKS trtcttd by Pope Pius IX at a good com from Naiartth art Kino of Itratl"' And thus ass fourteen Pne ti. nine ausvrvi.** the selection and I
OCEAN FRESH SEAFOOD mtmonal of' the eptning of the Philip said to him, "Com* end did this Gahltan become on. Sinters and six Papal Volun .presentation of the "materialsfor
First Vatican Council Me."' of' the Twelve Apostles, teen serve In the M parishes the mkisMtMRunes .
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Bar Tholomaw, or ion of Jesus law NuthtDitl coming The Reman martyrelogyitattt of the territory arty 11 of ) Once said he got BEACONAmbulance
For the bttt in.II types of food-Visit our i called Nathaniel! in Him which h\e reiioVat paetorstaken the idea of the
Tholomy, u ; to and aid to him, "H. preached the Go- display at the
Dining Room Serving from 4 PM to II PM St John Gospel and! Bartholo- Bthold en Ivaalitt indeed in pal of Christ in 'Ind,.: .... taut sesame<< of the ("ourn il Service

W. Cot.r to Pnvott Partial Wt Honor Amtncan Eipren m.w in the other thrtt Goiptll whom th.,. i it rio qudtl Nathan ht went into Greater Armtwa. after he made M address MI 255-2400
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-- Catholic Friday August 20 1965'

Papal legate To hear PopeROME Notre Dame

I (XC) P ej>e Paul

Dedicates Galway/ Cathedral M will a44re the sixth In- Sisters come

terMtteml Thomiitk
(............. fr..q Con
public mention of Cod'i nameis A prolonged ovation greeted dy Memorial Park in E>re great opening here Septem t to Diocese
heard Cuelung at be entered Square, laying that PretMent her I under sponsorship' of

the cathedral following Kennedy proved( that a good the P'-tifkal Academy of St. le..n..u Mw ,... ...,
"Today. In this free land the exterior Nesting and contmued Catholic it always a good Thomas. Mist Mary Masterson. librarian
the erection of this until his arrival at the citizen.
cathedralghee .
sanctuary, After the Gospel More than 100 papers will p

promise of that future he preached the sermon and Like Irishmen everywhere be submitted to the congress Lay members of the (acuity !

day when those ancient then gave the papal blessing. he cherished the Inherited during the six-day meetingon Including Mrs. Mary Pol
chnrchei After the Faith, the Cardinal said. .
Christendom Consecration Presi the theme "The Existenceof lock who will continue at

now In silence and darkness, dent de Valera lit the sanctuary In him God gave truly remarkable God In SL Thomas and !In secretary, are among those
will echo again to the voicesof lamp witness to the best Contemporary Philosophy." who staffed Our Lady of

their Bishops and the songs At a reception held for him that Is American and to the Lourdes School for the put

of faithful hearts," Cardinal in Galway on August 14 Car. best. that it of Ireland he Florida Reports three jean under the super
Cushing tald.Hungary. dual Cushing said that never added. vlilon of the pIlAt or.

in his 40 years in the Priest (Before the Galway ceremonies Orlando The school opened In !September

hood had he such an experience Cardinal Cushing ( 1%(:!!. with an enrollment .
jails and mentioned that Gdway visited the Kennedy homestead MORNING STAR SCHOOL of 54 pupils In four

enjoyed a unique distinc- in Dunganstoun wherehe Each year the Orlando gradts Anticipated enro'.

another Priest Urn in having a papal legate met the late U.S. Presi Daily l Newspapers 'Inc., ment for the coming! war wit):

BONN open the new cathedral.At dent's Irish coutms. lie had awards a bronze plaque to exceed 200 in eight grade,
Cath- an August IS evening also visited New Rots and the club or organization that Civic for StarMrs. Including the first graduating
cite Priest hat been arrested recognition Morning
ceremony Cushing Wexford. and vas welcomed has performed outstandingservice class
by communist authorities in dedicated the John F Kenne- with civic| honors> Last week it".. announced The Sisters of Notre
Hungary according to a report Charles Blackton. left, holda Morning Star School for handicapped Dame
here by the German that the winner for the plaque awarded last week to the children Mra. Black ton la a past president who art also staffing St.
1964-1%} was the MorningStar
Catholic new' agency. KXA.Tht 'Faith Morning: Star Auxiliary in Orlando for of the Auxiliary. The! award la Mary Magdalen School Malt-
of Fathers''MKvDONUT School Auxiliary.The land, are coming to Floridafor
Priest was Identified our Morning Star Auxiliary performing: outstanding service in the made annually by the Orlando Pally the first Urn.

as Father Sandor Pnia from IIH'" het ........ Lewo e"uls .l 1M le... II II. ......., Is comprised of women from area With Mrs. Blackton la Mra. Newspapers Inc., to an organization Their Congregation originated

Verses near Budapest. He It JacksonvilleSt. WIVY, 1050 Ic all the parishes in the Orlsn- Henry Tcata, an art teacher in the! or club In Coeifteld Germany,

the ISth Priest known te have Sthirdty 12:10: p.m. do-W inter Park area The pur- In 11)50)! and li now represented -
been arrested In Hungary to Poe of the Auxiliary is to in 10 countrtti. The first

the past year.Thirteen Augustine WFOY 1240 Vt provide assistance to the Vocations pleaUtriJVNA. foundation In ISle United
Saturday 12:10 p.m. school and to the Sisters of Liturgical meeting studies States wn mad tn Awe
hut been
vlcted of tubversive activitiet con- Daytona Beach WNDB. (1150 US St. Joseph who staff the (NC) Archbishop J 0 II p P land Ohio. In 1874.

and have been imprisoned.KNA .*urday, 12:10 pm. school.In Vatican Council's acts Pogacnlk of Ljubljana has Issued Today (there art HO( Us.
said the government' three years the membership an appeal to the Catholics ten of Notre Dam eendoe.
MelbourneTallahassee WMEG, .20 le
ministry of church affairs bas grown from eight of his diocese to pray for Ing I4 InitltndoBi hi this
Saturday (12:0:
pm. charter members to 240. fly Irmmaa Albright
warned that more arrests an increase In vocations to country, Their principal wrkIt
will follow unlen Priests follow WTNT. 1450 te Some of these members actively i"OKTIM Oregon (>C) Rrform, renewal, and the Priesthood, teaching from kindergarten

the directives of the Saturday (12:10: p.m. work to raise money service were keynote themes studied at the 1965 Litur Archbishop' Pogacnik said through toU" ".
for the school and much needed gica)11'eek! In Portland. that although: the number ot
the directives -
ministry presumably,
Late City WDSR. $1340 te equipment. A group of The Sisters also conduct
Thousands seminarians Increased during
prohibit the teaching of Priests, Religious and lay people of
S.turd.y 12:10 p."" dedicated volunteers works schools for the mentally and
the lad few the
of r.U glon. many religions assembled In the vast, (I.Menrlo.t'dbowl years Ljubl
MadisonGainesville WMAF. I2i30: te active'y in the school directly of Portland's Memorial Coliseum where jana seminary has room for visually handicapped etilUdren't
they were
Saturday |II|;4S '.m. with the children; l' of these many more students Last homes orphanages
welcomed by Arehbiahop Kdward D. Howard of Porte
ladies over 6UO hours of and convalescent hornet.
WDVH. 910 Is gave lit\ Priests died and only sic

ORLANDO T"..cI.y. t:40: .,m, service in this way" They land. Father Frank B Norris were ordained Currently U uu.u"un""\n\\"
teach art music t>ping Monsignor Paul Purta S S S S. professor of theology at parishes in the archdiocese
WINTER PARK Ocala WMOP. 900 1cS.t"rd.y hand crafts and help in car rector ol St. Patrick Seminary St. Patrick Seminary' de. art without permanent Subscribe now
(12:10 p.m. lag for the children, scribed the Churth '' Priests he said.
In Menlo. Park California as .1. .N.N.s..M1.M..NN..aN
Lakeland WLA I(, $14)0 tc During the month of July sentially a pilgrim Church,"
Saturday I2:4S: pm. the art work o< the Mon al led 12 other conceit- a "mlxtuii of already and
BILL BARDOEFORD brash earlier In the Liturgical ORLANDO WINTER PARK
OrlandoSt. WDBO. MO te Star children was en display 'not )et. as he gave the -
FACTORY DEALER Sundty SOO p.m. in Matthew's la the Winter \Vek'i opening Mast It keynote address on the
Park Mail Many people had recalled another Liturgical theme, "Jesus Christ Htlor -
Petersburg WPIN. 610 tc a chance to see the outstand Week held here In 1947. when mi His Church""Al w
cItizo .
NEW CAR DEAL Sunday, 10.00 am. lug work which speaks so Archbishop Howard retobratfd \ ; Orlando's fastest

Ph. 654-3) Clearwater WT AN. $1)40 tc well for the children and .for Mass facing the |people for the end .f( the last ses- NATIONAL. HANK bank

W. Hwy 10 Siturdty 1245; pm. their volunteer "Inttrttctor, the first time at a national slim of she Second Vallcat ODUNOO growing

e.tw w.- ,. Mrs Henry Teata. Mu'rme Counrll the entire body tf ,
Sarasota WSPI, $I4SO le
MemberSt. i Sthtrdsy, 12IS: pm. Mrs Edward Hurt pwidefH The Liturgical Week here Hlihnps. give ui a doctrinal tL9F.wR".rek across :;; James"GUARANTEED"
f the Church that
Charles! 0 -- nf Hie Auilharv. Invites was one of three this year
Perilh i .;.. al' the ladles who might beinterested being sponsored by the naona makes It not only possible but
mandatory for ui to speak. II'
in the Conference
Joining 1 Liturgical
Herman J. Heidrich .JIM n L A K KornCKfciPPLY tend dollar U 1 the reform fI'( the {huirh," SPRAY SERVICE
Auxiliary to one
& Sons the treasurer Mrs C'IuwttaBI.cktGII \,\ IJtllr.lulnll was held Father Norris said referring' SOD ANNUALS SHRUBBERY

Cofrttet Mr. Tkewii WiliH, rVRSITl'RK 14ZT Purview. Ave- In Ualllmore In June, and anther to the Council's Constitution FERTILIZER and GARDEN SUPPLIESJ

1'.ew. t..tit .. .. ... .... U scheduled\ fur ('blraAufu un the (Tiurch.ArchMkhnp & W LANDSCAPING and NURSERY
Ml 44f for total ads III '_ e. w on ICE Irrruf.ll: nun. 0'... .'Ior. '
(*/ 'l M la !September 1.
nits I SIMS miners MI TtMSMl If you -..... bit to wk Howard stressed $1400 W. FAIRBANKS AVE WINTER PARK/
this tree.WHK1 .*.. Orl.*.. At., WT.MuniM m th* school at an aide ht A strong ecumenical SUM the perennial youth" required .

a special talent aurb as to wa apHir. "nt here in tM of 'a servant Church" PATRONIZE THESE ADVERTISERS WHO

PAOUETTE MOTORS .' teat hlnl typing, art nuiaf presence of hundreds of mmCatlKtllri as he ekerned participants SUPPORT YOUR CATHOLIC PAPER
Mil c e H
tot: >EFI: .. tfTNOkltrtt !.. sic.an1 and handcrafta or if' you art who responded to "The risen Christ does not
.... ... LEWIScoeiEXTERMINATING teach iinitOTl .invitation by Arch.
frtnl! C>) >r. run /.1 l qualified to a ipucuil and neither does His
.......... ... aie
Ukl T.
PoWrirtl .ri... M I.... f... CO.MfPWMM reading or speech therapy, hiahop Howard. Church" he laid, "\\. will THOMSON & McKINNONIN
.. ..... IMIIM ... I let Mrs BlacMan
Tr*,hU. riittDmK t. c. a it ToGA pl. Iw fane to>> the memory of
Otamilrkt MtS ""'.. S e.INMatr know when you Mild )our Civil Air Patrol !*.(>. John lilac 'to I the ORLANDO SINCI l$914M.wb.e
Sort Jih'.*.. ......t 'trtC ,. _1 Ni 'OJ'
dues Church and more important
.D Pets Scarfs K"r more information re, HIIMiTON: II. Tev iTb falae to Christ Himself If its New Y.rl SUck. E.ch'9''

ORI.UIIOAllnRTI" Gary's Duck Inn BARNES girding tl.. AtttUiary. call priSKSH'' fiIUr for Use. ever allow Hit Church to be and ..h.r prlp.1, adnnge.
Mrs Blackton. GA Mk4.) Far first cooeentien of the Itatton regarded as somethingarchaic
... informant* r. I1I., the al Association of l or Mttnwded, as a
a"1 a.... kq..hspa Milt III r..IH school and Ma nrtlitltt( .sjn. heM recently, / at Cotoenbut. museum piece from another
'..nA .."", ..n..... rIt Inn FREE ESTIMATES sit( the Rlal.rs.t ft Joseph Nebraska was Fa. a.. or culture
Totun. It-W. f4n II M'. ... k'> t'M 20CB N. Or."?. OrUnde at M Charles convent Orlando tar Ge rga M Hickey U/AFckaptam
GArden 5.1411 who it Civil Air Patml "The (birch Is young The
Church Is ever buojsni .ltk
1 national. chaplain

,In led OrWe S"bd........ .e M"**...y H.fIOI" A native *f Erin .Penneyvanta. !-, life," the Archbishop said. A s

W. H... The How You V/.r.f. So te '. Gel T Of'....f Father Mickey' addressed "Thlt mant' that the must
.> UM group which at b* at home In every culture(
41 t'arGtles..D,Ucli >.w i..t1aI1 DEMETREE BUILDERS ....*nt MM. mere lisa 14%) the must be t relevant to the 7707 MANDARIN DRIVE
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ing in htalth mwrtmct /for Catholic for over 35 present children but any children you may have But the Catholic Hospital Plan not only accepts hnuwMJ" cipenwt when you art hntpitiliied. nanny hive the or ALL-FAMILY any contequence PLAN thereof)". was(vnleu, military you

yean) has created I bund new health plan, especially the months and yeara to come) you regardless: of age, it gives you easy to-carry of.Can 1 collect even though I carry other woke, nervoua or mental dour or d haler,
for Catholics like yourself! It it called the- If you are the only parent living with your chile protection. that is uubin your meant If you are health In..nce'Vel suicide;: alcoholism or drug addnwo, or U anme-
CATHOLIC HOSPITAL PLAN."Try" dren, we suggest the One-Parent Family Plan This over 65 now, or when you become 65, the following the Catholic Hospital Plan pays you In adJI thing happena 'oa the. )ob. and a covered by
modest increase This >""o, man i Gooipcniaiicw Employen/
and all children home monthly applies ( linn to any health innjranct you carry. whether or Lnhilny
eligible living at
Thit Plan For Only $1.00 covert you it the only mereaie that can ever be made ai individual' or group And all your "benenti are Lawt.
between 3 months of age and under 21. Under this long as you continue your policy in force) : in.(reel 1) Can I drop out any time? On you drop
To make It easy for you to "try" this new plan and plan, of course, future additions are not included 5, Ii there a lot of red tap to qualify, ? "'./
Female AH lIulbanJ"ifePI.n
gee for yourself just how it can benefit)oii and )or since no maternity benefit provided In the One. on Family or None only qualification I n to complete Ve will never cancel or refuie n renew your
. . . . . . $2.2) 'II.I'f for .health for long
family,we now make you this wo itringt 'introduc Parent Family Plan and Form by the dralllne policy ions ai ai you live
Female on One Parent or Individual Plan 3.00 date shown on the furm below. and continue to pay out premium guarantee

tory"offer* On all plans,jour cash t-t'nefiuae paid from the Male on any Plan . . . . 3.00 6. 'Which plan should / shoos,' shot we will. never cancel modify or terminate
You for this Plan during this your policy onlex we decline renewal oa allpub.
qualify new
fir Jay the hospital for long :
1 enter ai
ery you You may chot... any of lose 1 1"w-nit plani-you c lea of thin type in your entire sans or until the.
limited enrollment period- 'ilhout baring to let and for as many nmrs-as you are hospitalized, ARE YOUR PARENTS can artutllr select the mart phs hot win'0.hew" mnimum f Aigregite of Benentt) ol your policy
* tomp""yrtp"sti-.n/' tny reJ tape right up to the miximum (Aggregate of Ihmhn) SENIOR CITIZENS? If youra U a young, growing dimly::: I we reoom hit .been paid You Hf courts, can drop your pol
fl.h/rOtl',1 You can enroll yourself and all eligible of the plan you stk-ct mend the AILFAMIU PLAN You and your vileare icy on my renewal date
covered for all Ii,knn... and accident
Moot srninr guard against becoming a new 14. Are other nnueual henrnn Included lathe
member of and first citirens any
your family get month
your 1"lu.'d"
real ( Miternity henehit alter policy
Ii I mother
Important I Here "plus'ifyou aie your
bur.It'n; But too often that iniurance won'tmeet Catholic lloapital Plan'Yea. I
only tl.001 hu been time for monthi All
for in I unmarried >
hive (hrrn told thit intone in }your firmly today high h" And, after you receive your policy, if for say is ummurahli I rven if one of jour covered "'ont' take rare of r\r'hing., A serious con "between J month and under 21 I are included. at dayi of aa atcident) of any perm coveted..
reared jo*deride yon Jon want it, )n* mat rrtttrn family members hat sttfftred from rfironie; ditmn, requiring hi <|'italitaimn can mean the no enra cent. ai long at they .live n home 1100 wilt be paid sr the covered prcsui. parnhunlev I
tlnithtnlO Ja)'t end soar dollar will be promptly ailments In the past, the kinds of conditions end I of ihnr reiffvei and loss of Irprndence If you are the only parent living with your rM- aubien- you the wash m name Aggregate another 7:111):
sin. u maiimum (
To honor their independence and safeguard' we sugar the ONE PAIFNT FAMILY
reef/ended! that come back again and again or are likelyto enroll in the PLAN. Thn. coven jmi and all el'aible' chiMrwi of your p./y/
recur the Catholic Itotpital will rot er your aiholic oat reserves Plan your this parents limited 1 11'1"t it home "between f months of age and under I). *'hr ii the Catholic lloapital Plan/ almoMI
( during
How The lloipnal en
Catholic Plan
Hospital 21 lender this. plan of recant. future addmont I lII.e having. a* cites bank account tV
Differs From Ordinary Health Imuranee trine pre-rvirtingrondtinntaflrryoarpnlicy/ roilment I (lave the parent to he enrolled com ara mr ,mlled since s,i mstern.n bevel. It "
hen policy h issued' we ........,_1, ...-
hiii kern its and the rnrollmrnt Form but your
fort for two Sears pine sign enter provided in the ONF PARENT FAMILY PLAN. ,"
Health !Hank Aocount the
WhAt is < unusual abort the Catholic I pmit into your men
o new npital Hut whether or not have had a chronic ail. your address c/o your name, (Ttample: cia If you hive no children. or If your children imun;: imouM of par HUT 110000, 17 von
Plan-and why ihould it especially Interest jo*' you John M. 'ones. 120 Main Street, Anytown, are grown and n" Rear I cferteftdent, nn you. you ne P.OOn (depending ups. the Aueaite of
ment, the Catholic I lnspit.il Plan will cover any accident USA) Vl'e will tend the polity and premium will want the HI SPAND.W1FF PLAN. of
rVnrflH month
Catholic it planThen
All Is to your advantage to to to a ynur every your
Catholic | immediately, Ih, lery Jay )or policy goet ponces to you. Just endow 'I t for the first Or H you ire living 'by younelf you will want policy a .M force, .) amount qed to pas' rages
hospital nckncsi or accident imkei into effect-and for any new taknesi after your month coverage the INDIVIDUAL PLAN. Ur monthly premium I including your lot nionthlh
In a Catholic hospital,you not only have your ph)' policy u 30 days old. There are only these miniS 7. If I become hmpllallied!, when da my bene actually 4Jr4 m your ...._. Shan you
ical! needs cared for, but you have the comfort of nn Man' hive. cla,m. benenti are limply "..hd".."
having spiritual guidance always available addi mum necessary exceptions: pregnancy or any consequence / plain, your caih benefits ire Mid from the from your "account''1
tion, you will be tars of receiving the tort of medical thereof (unless you have the All.Family /Ant diy you enter the. 'bmpital: fne at tofia", 14. .' l Imp claim be handled promptly' ?
Plan), war, military service, nervous or mental -and fne ai many tirnei-ai you. are hmpitalued Yes. With your. policy, you. will receive a tunple,
? treatment that Is In strict accordance with the How Can W. Do It? to the minmun (Aggregate of rVoeftti) ,af .
disease or disorder, suicide, alcoholism or drug up eaiy *>....Claim ,...... You,daimi all be pmeiwd
ethical and religious directive r>f the Church. (Of the puss you ,........ quickly and your climb. wit be mt eiractlyH
addiction, or if something happen "on the job"and At this point, must t be asking, 'Hnw can we .
course, even if you enter a unit Catholic hospital, you a. How much can 1fce paid ,..
you will be covered under the Catholic Hospital! ii covered by Workmen Compensation or offer so much for so little" The answer it simple: Path plus .Kai In ens "Aggregae "I Benefits 11. Why ara the ',... .... la the Catholic

Plan, but your cash benefit are actually ,,,.t,, if Employer' Liability Lawi You are free to go to We have latter sales roili' The Catholic Hospital) whit we call the minimum, HotpiialPlauMlowrVhh .
Catholic any hospital of your own choice that makes a Plan u a man enrollment' plan and large volumeof For eiample, under the All.FAMILY PLAN the Catholic Hospital Plan, you actually arall
to a Hospital,)
you go charge for room and board service, with these ex oil limited ikemanmtma J/fKHX-lino I a werb (114 2* the issued certain
n during
potion enrollment
) day) ,etas rash I Income for con: I'l weekly and aalewneajaw
You may agree that Caiholici should be encouraged a thia ie. a mm enrollment plan an
ceptioni only: nursing homes, convalescent units periods. And all business 11 conducted 111011( dillY) for mar wife f : 1 weekly (f 14dull cord, Our volume w bighet and our sales.
to go to Catholic hospital,but you may already of hospitals, Federal hospitals, or any hospital prl directly 1 between you and the company! by maiL No I for each of your eliaMe rhildnmUnler eau are .....,.
have tome hospital insurance and you may be wondering the ONE.PARENT PLAN. *. ...*.
do I need manly for treatment of tuberculosis, alcoholism, laleimen art med.There are no Costly investigations It IMOO 1100 weekly ((11421 daily) 11 Mow mach due my Ant moth coat
? mm
more drug addiction, or nervous or mental disorder. or any extra fees for you to pay It all adds up to for you $'0 weekly ((11,14 duly) toe each of Only It (M>. ".....,... of par age the MM nf
Because no matter u hat otter inmrnnct you now children. pan family m the plat you arlect After the kmmomh
In adlition the benefits real share with by giving your '
to important hospital laiingi we you you lop
.' three low moMhly ramoaly
any, tt amply wont tour "",thinK! tinder the HUSBAND V1FI PI AN abe ma* piy only ;
you get all three valuable 'extra feature: protection at ton er coat M,.' u IT 100 1100 s weekly i ItMIIdaiy) IT T. mMh laths ALL FAMILY PLAN.
Think for a moment-m these days of rising lot pun,. |7) weekly $10.71 daily) key your wife only 1s9ysi hh'ethanON'PARWTPAM
medical costs, would your present Insurance coverall Every Month More Money Ii'Deposited" A Respected CompanyIn Under the INDIVIDUAL PLAN .*e etaae.mtmu ILY PLAN: only H T\ a a onth for the HU-
To Your "Health Bank Account I II ").000 $Io0 a week ((114211. do,) RAND-WIFE PLAN; sIp 1521 a.sah hue
your hospital billsII surreal! and In. :
your ad,linrtn to the exceptional value of the Catholic for THI INDIV1DUAI.pt AN. I Ve low Seeikx Chlien -
hospital donor bills All the medicines, drugs, I lere'i ,If rful bonus featureou you. Micated. ie boa at led)
a won get, no matterwhich !Hospital! Plan-the low coat the high benefit, the 9, 1>..... the plan pay eve in a IMM.Catholic rate
supplies and. the many other txtra8 Probably not plan you choo -i", almost like having an ease' of enrollment-you get methmg even mute .hmpiiair? I,. w hy ihovM I enroll right now?

And even if all/ your medical and I hospital billi e\tr "!tank Account! \('hen jour policy is issued i valuable: Your policy backed" by the resources, You will, be mend in any hospital, anywhere. ta Kecauw" u (aneipened iickneM: ae actUaiK rouklrlke ,

con, (covered what about all your other exprnsri we ImmPllinrdy deposit! into jour "Health I"'okAccollnt" integrity and! reputation of the Mutual Protean the world that. nukei .cnarae foe ram and .hard.ink. wirnxut and your warning plaid-ta aid la faece you. .wA Rememberif awl beowerad .

the bills that keep piling up at home-the tremens the maximum amount of your policy 1"ll1r"r Company, "The Otholic Company," hmniuli! eicrpt Fs.**,nina.1 "rk..a bnmea>ital. doui and costly upset to your bnlltrtl'Our) rcscrvei $1000000 I $7)0000) or t)00001)) (Itpending speclaliting in low-cost protection fete Catholic! all i' .Its the treatment ol """ ......... dma .... taws ,cosy policy witnw 10 d.n and ywM II 00
and your family life? upon( the Aggregate of Ik'nt.fiti of your plan). Thrn, across America for more than 3) yeas Catholics dictum. akonoHtm.. or aervrnu or mental diauedeetrcrivc will be letunded immedueely.

If pox, tit Intlimi, /"tIIIIJ l/retJu, ',!latter art rirry month jour policy is in force, an amount everywhere possibly" right in your own community I _
__ _
mJJmly/ hospitalized; / your Income stops, your e'I. goal to jour regular monthly premium (including (including many priests), know about us and may be .' --.------.-- -------- --- c

pensei go up Even If you hive some kind I of "ml,iry jour first month) is actually added to your mam. Insured by us Many Catholic Ahead children have .Back OuaranlssWhen
insurance" it probably 'on't come close to replacing mum! When you have claims, your benefits are for years eno| >.r\l Mutual Protective coverage Sctv your Form This nlomattaUi, .puts your Money
'ith,Iran'n' from "account It'a in force Alone, with polscv! will receive policy! \'C1I&1I see thai it isair
your full time pay If jor fl'i/, is mJJinly simply v. your |just ing policyliol.IITI throughout the United States palter ; your you you your
koipittlneJ, who will look after the family, do the like putting money in and taking it out of t bank direct by mail, Mutual Protective has in headquar receive a simple, ea r.io-use Claim Form Should direct. hooe. easy to-u"wnl.nd. flarf al/ for

laundry, the marketing, the cleaning You may account. ten in Omaha, Nebraska, where it ii incorporated you at any time need tour kMI1Ia.'OI& can be tare reason K rW o,,tt inm Jttt Ik* pus deal trif art
have to take time off from your joh-or hire full. and licensed that your claim will he handled l promptly yes map *>.'. .l fI M.I* 10 dabs aW fI' fI */
Accidental Death Benefit-Paid To Your Parish
time domestic help-to take care of things at home, Ai a Catholic drat'I it male good anus for fremftlj "f..tIo.' doll*.
// one of your thilJreit is tuJJenly fiotfitultiej' In the event of the death (within 90 days of an Easy To Enroll-No Red Tape- you to be prorated by a LaihoiK health .!.., tin NoH Because: thus n II lumtrd enrollment,

you will certainly spare no expense, // joajre' t accident) of any person covered under the Catholic No Salesman Will Call ihcmld you or a member ol you family he a., can only accept enrnUmratt postmarked M or

senior tit;" .., with limited rmrttt, n4 art mJitnli Hospital Plan, $SOO mill! be paid to the covered If you enroll now, during! this limited enrollment stricken by inknen of ftccidrnt and suddenly before' Sept 11, 196) But fbist doI..tf ..fa/

hospitalized, even with Medicare, where will\ f't'uon'l parish, subject to the maximum (Aggregate period there ate so otter notification other thanto hospitalized? ""h, nix lake g moment nf&r that dare! h it Important that! you act today' THe

the "extra" money you need come from of Benefit) of your policy, If you wish to complete and mail the Enrollment Form below, sow and (fill cut,ur Enrollment form.Then too rr .., receive... your Form the trainer our Carts'

Without any extra task protection; in rase of a name I beneficiary other than your pariah, check We w ill issue your Catholic Hospital Beaeht Policy mail nrronptli *./* ...;" I'I 00-"imrodoc. "Sic Hoaprtal Plan win:: rover. trot and out family

hospital emergency, debts may be incurred, savings the box on your Enrollment Form and a <*<"/, Form PI47 Series) tmmedutely-th same day "e tory art foe I slur fast month covctai Tt iol:_yes ./ joe polar iltett* lone t

may be low, peace of mind may be ihattered-and form will be tent to you along with your policy.

even recovery can be seriously dclajed. Special Feature for Peace ef' Mind and Security
How The Plan Protect You And Your Family For at long ft you lies and continue to pay your

Now with the of will cancel or refuse to renew
Catholic premiums we never
unique protection the
Don d.l.y-,1I, out and mail" Enrollment Form today, with $1.00, to Mutual, Protective 'Iniurance Company,
Hospital PUn,you can avoid these wornei-berause your polio for health reasons-end! we guarantee
you can be assured of ivies wb intone w hen you that we sell never canal, modify or terminate your 38(0 Itavanworth Street Omaha, Nebraika. IIt05.St.'U.D'S .

or any covered! member of your family goes to the policy unless we decline! renewal on all policies of

hospital-lo keep you out (>f debt, to keep jour this type) in your entire, state or until the maximum bt a

lavmgs intact, to speed recovery by eating your (.\ggrrgate of K'nthti) of your policy has been paid

worried mind!! No matter how large )our family,
no matter v hut your age or occupation and utoul; Carry Ai Much Oth.r Health
Insurance A* You With! uaif1En ROLL"lE: T E'DKM
any ,,,a/ifi rio j a kdtotiitr, you nn choose
any of four low-cost plan, specially tailored to suit Vet, the Catholic Hospital Plan paji you it e//-

jour family needs Fees to my health insurance you carry, whether
individual furthermore all km NAME (Pieius Price;
CHOOSE THE: PLAN THAT SUITS YOU BtST- or l group boar Punt at a.a ,naaa last

Only' $1.00 far your first month coverage taelaxrr+ ADDRESS

(10000 MAKIMUM-AU.FAMILY PLAN! t1M a ...k Surprisingly' low-Cod at sn c.- I t .... b.
(114 21 a day) ado Cash Interne tan
yes 171 aakly
(110 Tl daily,' ) for your vile" ISO Meekly (IT.14 dally) lee Membership in tht Catholic Hospital Plan com I\U'ORH'l1 ,x. :J ),I.. 0 '-'- Sal r
each ef your alig' bla childtan. ivnaiderabh leu th.n'OU might expect You pay

17,100 MAXIMUM-ONE.PARENT FAMILY PLAN: KM onl)' $1.DO for your Am month coverage (regard l n......,,-._._.twr. SEPT 11 1965 AGL.-.DATfOf1K: L-L-L-.J qaus
ba .ant
weakly ($1421' Daily) lor you ISO weekly (1714 daily, ) I lea of your plan), then only $7.9) t month for the y ..mdsyu sat
ler each el, your eligible children. All-Family Plan, only $5.95 t month for the One. astl.
Parent Family Plan, only $5 7) for the Huiband- bu
awt 5u"'
: SFLFCT C AU.Punly Lisa If .4/1 F.nah or H.I r,.
weekly ((11421 daily) for you. |7S weekly (,1'U1 daily) \\'ife Plan: and the Individual Plan coat only M'. a wmnad' "ns 1o0itg
bas yaw wile. $.1.21. (When you become M-or if you are (65' or PLAN a Hasband. .Wife Plan mloea.muasowale: coy x.DATT .
IS.000 MAXIMUM-INDIVIDUAL PLAN: $100 1 week over now-special! Senior Citnen ratei apply Sec PfSlam: DO-PI"" faaailyPlaa OPaw. yew r
(11421 day) lot you how low they are in the 1 bo* following) And remember ( ." OM ....-s Bllttbg : fYt

pan. Man*.Catkaiii Miaitat, ....nll an rttfacal It ISJ ,regardless of cog,, tins of family or the pin 0.1) (D taJiviaVul pr... ,

t Do you carry other loautuee la this! Cans wnyP C NIl QYet (If "",,plow I last peiary ,I .abets)

I have ..(looN! my Cm monthly ,rmeaaua W II 00 and befit apply su Mural Fiorecnv ....ra.. Cans sal. Oataha VeWita. foe
y the Catholic Hospital Benefit Policy F_ '14" Series aa4 F:.. rhereuifckf. as seieaeii ....... I ......... the policy man la force 4
MUTUAL PROTECTIVE t .Mil actually i.v.... I notenraai that unless tadicare ._1Ift henetoary o the. Caarssy m wntiaj ano t. ., ...... sad i,net w
and ender change ot beoet>ary the beaefciary foe aU petaoaa mead twist dua f+*1 stuu. be the <:':1'0..1 par. .*h us .h..h the wusml y .
w" penca twain at the time of hu aWh.

DIN Si.IINow1..for .
reaa./ am sacra-o0 NOT nnmT

3860 lcaHn 'orth Street Omaha, Nebraska 6810) : CV.k ben 4 uk H Mine a Wne&iaa other dma you pa uk. coal a boa st..I bbe wee o -' w.1g w h t p '
roar s uo

lorldti Please make check or money order pjyib't' to MUTUAL PROTECTIVE) $"'$ 1 t bill :
Licensed by the Stale of at>i a d +
DP nui 11 a ) tjaj, ajaj sj|| S