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: January 11, 1963
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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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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s 3 s Three Priest-historians of the Diocese of St. Augustine-Father :Matthew Con-

i %die 1/ f ty'4 n lolly, Father David Page and Father Michael V. Gannon-attended the annual meet-

i f n ,j]ng of the American Catholic Historical Association held hi Chicago, December 28

hrough: December 30. While there, the Florida historians conferred with officers and c .

lembers of the Association on plans for celebrating the forthcoming quadricentennial

o f Christian civilization in thf United.States to take place at our nation's Oldest City

VOL. XXIV, No. 11 Orlando Florida Friday 11 Ten iI i 1965. m fII:
January 1963 Cents They particularly drew the attention of their fellow-historians to the importancef

o the Mission of Nombre de Dios, the landing site of Pedro Menendez and the spotn

o which the first parishlass can Historical i -- i Association, England before the U.S. Con- L 1.
Manor Clinic the United States
b in
Being Built Catholic members of the his- gress in 1826. He served as
( was offered by Father Lopez
torical guild are given an op- Bishop of Charleston, SC., _
eptember 8, 1565. portunity to become acquaintedwith from 1820 to 1842. President st'r5'

On Banks of Halifax RiverIi : Plans were discussed for'his- specialists in their own John Quincy Adams was among _

.t jrical observances of this great field. those who heard the address.

Catholic and American occa- Additional discussions will be Auxiliary Bishop Fulton J. a /

(Pictures on Page 7)) si ion. held in the future among the Sheen of New York is the nar- 0 1

DAYTONA BEACH Catholic The American Catholic His- of the associationand rator on the recording.
i Charities Bureau, Inc., the Diocese's agency for the membership 1
dispensing of the Lord's gifts to those who,need help, this week manifested continued 'tor 1 e a Association was! with historians of the Diocese Known as the American

Ii solicitude as a Catholic Charities Bureau office opens :Monday in Daytona Beach. j founded in 1919 and has now to further plans for his Catholic Heritage recordings,

f And one of the most 'providential buildings under the aegis of Catholic Charities i grown to a membership of torical observances of the they will be made available to
over 1000 professional forthcoming quadricentennial.The schools, libraries and other in-
in this area is now under construction, also at Daytona Beach: Mater Dei Home and : persons the
historians and others stitutions throughout country -
Clinic for the convention was
Aged. The manor has a lovel loc h }, d 1. f .\.. :1 interested in history. by Our Sunday Visitor of
vainer John J. Lenihan, ex- y a- sue omes an c inks: or uu: a sample of recorded Cath-
ecutive secretary of the dioc- tion right on the Halifax river, aged now serving in the Dio- The annual meeting em- olic history in the United Huntington, Indiana.

esan Board of Catholic Chari- said Father Lenihan.; Water cese, one in Jacksonville and b raced a series of papers and Father Fuei>t said the recordings HOLY FATHER VISITS SICK CHILDREN

ties has will be visible to the south and the other in St. Petersburg. d:iscussions on various phases States.At are a valuable service tried
recently visited Day- Pope John XXIIIthis, past Christmas day, to
tona Beach to inspect the progress to the east of the buildings. At Mater Dei, said Father oi f history relevant to the Cath- a business session, Father to preserving Catholic cheer up this young patient cared for at Bambino Gesu

being made on the Mater Residents will be within walk- Lenihan, the resident will find ol]hc Church in different parts Adrian Fuerst O.S.B. of St. events in the U.S. for pos Hospital. The Holy Father went for the second time in

Dei Manor and Clinic. It i construction at Bethune modern shopping center. two large rectangular'living d:ium of this i annual session, second vice-president, introduced The other side of the recording

Point on the Halifax River. The interparochial "labor of rooms and two wings with h eld in conjunction with the a recording of an address is a narration of Catholiclife

At the outset, 40 patients love," Mater Dei, will join two MANOR, Page 10 ai]nnual meeting of the Ameri- made by Bishop John in Colonial :Maryland be- Diocese of St. AugustineSt.
1633 and 1649. It includesMaryland's
"ill he accommodated, and '. .'. ;,. ( :' .. "'" :: ; < tween
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ultimately, twice that many ir j aif. : i: ;- y- ; -1'.j'i: ?. .: ,.,,, ,;...,. ; Toleration Act of
"-: ,
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;. ; t: i 'ii! Florida
persons enfeebled! by ace and +..-.y.:>) ....,...-.,. ...II-;: !<'JJf; Mt.: ;',.: f"f 1649. The principal narrator is Augustine
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its ailments'Sill lip gatheredinto "' ; : :. _.. : ; ; >r.'.. _. 'ix : Frank Blair of the NBCTV"Today" January 7 1963
the loving arms of Mater "" .;. -,<-(,-,.\r'n '' program.

})ri (Mother of God)), he said Dear Reverend Father:

", : Archbishop Joseph P.
Diocesan Collection will be
..f Hurley has been appointeda The Development

SeesProgress h .' <1v member of the St. Augus- taken up in all our Parishes on Sunday, January
Pope :
\ __,-' 4H / tine Quadricentennial Com 20th, and notification will be given on the preceding

mission. A bill was passedat Sunday.It .

the last session 0 f the
is necessary for us in the immediate futureto
United States Congress cre-
purchase property for a number of Parishes
ating this Commission for
In Interim H the observance in 1965 of the which we hope to found in the course of the next

__ 400th anniversary of the few years. Since these, Parishes do not exist as

founding of St. Augustine, yet, no funds are available for the site purchases.It .
4 4. Florida. President John F. has been our custom in the past to ask the whole
John XXIII: has said here that
the work, of rewriting: draft Kennedy has appointed Diocese to help us acquire these necessary locations.In .

resolutions for the next sessionof members of the Commission.By a rapidly growing area like ours, there is no
: Wka direction of the bill, four in time and
the ecumenical council is other way of enabling us to act good

moving swiftly but quietly.At :g commissioners are membersof under favorable economic conditions.In .
:ice Congress from Florida.
an audience granted on z ,ry 'rC Commissioners besides Arch the past, this collection has enabled us to
Epiphany to
Sunday Rome'smayor
bishop Hurley are Senator provide well for the extension of the Church in
Glauco Della Porta, the
Pope also said that he hopes at Spessard Holland, Senator Florida. This year, because of especial need, I ask

the council's second session, wS George 'LSmathers, Representative that Pastors and people turn a discerning and approving -
D. R.. Matthews Representative and make this
scheduled to open September eye to our_ advance planning,
.-ft-will-toe; -last. WHHspn, C.. -"collection one which will meet adequately the obligations
Cramer; Conrad Wirth, head
Pope John said: HISTORIANS FOCUS ATTENTION ON OLDEST C ITY'S FORTIICOJIING QUADRICENTENNIALentennial of the National Park Service, we are facing.
"The work of
second and, if God preparingthe wills Albert Cardinal Meyer of Chicago and officers of ce plans are Dr. Manoel Cardozo, chairman of representing the Federal May the blessing of God abide with all of you.

the American Catholic Historical Association (above) tl tie history department at the Catholic University of Government; Herbert E. .
it, the last session continuesat in Christ
an accelerated rhythm, examine plans of the Diocese of St. Augustine for celebrating America, Washington, D.C.; Dr. Gerhart B. Ladner, pro- Wolfe of St. Augustine; yours

but almost silently. the 400th anniversary of the nation's first permanent f 2ssor of history at the University of California at Los Henry Ford II, J. Peter Joseph P. Hurley

"We trust in the prayers and Christian community. Diocesan Priests are, Angeles; Cardinal :Meyer and Father Thomas McAvoy Grace, Edward Litchfieldand Archbishop

the active collaboration of the from left, Father David Page, Father Matthew Connolly I.S.C., archivist of the University of Notre Dame in Lawrence Lewis, from Bishop of St. Augustine
outside the State of Florida.
laity, which has already been and Father Michael V. Gannon. Listening to the quadri- IE idiana.

t which shown has in been many welcomed.ways "and Spokesmen Stress Char ity in.CaIIQuestions --

Pope John then referred to Clergy to Meet, New 'Showing Forth'of God AskedAt

his plan to centralize all officesof Attend MemorialST.

the Rome vicariate, which is For Concern on Race .
responsible for administeringthe the Diocese of St. Augustine Blessing of Epiphany in Tampa
diocese of Rome, i nth e CHICAGO (NC-In statements issued in connection with the National Confer- .
will join in )prayer for
Lateran Palace. lie said this ence on Religion and Race to be held in Chicago next week,, Catholic leaders through- TAMPA-On the feast I is "intended to back the of the soul of
the step and bring attention out the country have stressed the duty of United States cl]hurch groups to work for repose parish on its way of teachin j the doctrine of the good news of Jesus Christ, Archbishoplis
respectful joyful; Patrick
racial justice. Ilishop Barry, predecessor flock to avoid indifference in heart and soul.
of Rome and of the worldto meeting convened by the major ni al of the Emancipation Proc- Joseph P. Hurley cautioned
the Basilica and Apostolic The conference anuary 14 churches of the U.S. It will la mation issued in January, of Archbishop Joseph He asked the 700 persor is gathered for Mass in the church he had just blessed, to

Palace of the Lateran." to 17-will be the first national take place during the centen18!:63, by Abraham Lincoln. P. Burley, at the anniversary see if they had really been c onverted to God, to see if it was. Epiphany in their lives.

He said he also hopes his Statements the Mass for Bishop He called for a centering of- ,
underlining reasons lie, he said, somewhere -that with the advance merelyof
plan will "encourage in Rome Pontiff Urges Devotion f indamentally: moral nature of Harry to be offered January attention on making the Lord in the area of the new natural knowledge and of
and in the modern 13: Father Irvine Xugent, known His .
everywhere racial justice were made by to f people.Archbishop indifference of the modern earthly culture, there are great
world the solution of many rancis Cardinal Spellman, chancellor, announced here Hurley touched world to God. voids. He spoke of modern Insecurity
from To Holy Name of Jesus FJAi this week. The Mass, at 10
pastoral problems arising of New York Arch-
rchbishop ; a.m. in Orlando's St. Charles upon the whole sweep of reasons This new indifference, he and anxiety, stating
modern times and revive those bi shop William E. Cousins of that it is a hunger for God.
well ordered activities whichare VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII spoke to the M Milwaukee; Archbishop Robert Church, will be followed bya which has caused Pope continued, perhaps is based
It Is the work of the Holy
intended to represent tHe 2000 persons at his first general audience of 1963 of his E., Lucey of San Antonio; Bishp clergy conference and John XXIII to summons the upon a certain amount of self-

Church to all people as it is devotion to the "most beautiful and sweet" Name of Jesus. oj Vincent S. Waters of Ral- luncheon. ecumenical council of the reliance; on the great flightsof Father he said and of the

in the designs of its Divine Pope- John also said he hones ei gh; Father Gerard Rooney ;; Church at this. time. The human ingenuity and of Invention Bishops of the world-the Pas
Founder, the mother and man In the Name of Jesus to tor and the Shepherds of the
as that St. Bernardino of Siena, a c P., provincial of the Passiont cam' my
Art dr and of progress in all
arise and walk.
teacher, the light of peoples"Trusting 15th century Franciscan apostle I;: Fathers' eastern province; world-during this concillar

of that devotion, can soon As the Pope talked of this F:ather Theodore M. Hesburgh of the natural fields of life period, to call men back to the

be named a Doctor of the I command, he seemed to be referring C S.C., president of the Uni- which have signalized the past
China IsIndia's Church. to himself and his recent v ersity of Notre Dame; Mon half century. But the Arch. true following of Our Lord and
illness. his 9 Saviour, Jesus Christ, "so that
Looking vigorous and full of : Yet presence si gnor George G. Higgins and x bishop said he was sure that it
i Mistake, life, the Pope spoke last week was so strikingly "igorousF..ather John F. Cronin S.S., di- was equally true-and evident those groping In the darkness
even to brushing aside microre ctor and assistant director of R c xtr yn have light and that those
for almost half an hour at the from the literature of the time may
Cardinal Says audience in the.Vatican's Clem- phones to make room for his thi Social Action Department, and the growth of institutionsfor who are fainting from hungerJANUARY'

BOMBAY (NC) Valerian entine Hall and said: of the- *gestures-that it was hard to N:ational: Catholic Welfare Con- those who have gone astray Page 10
realize that less than month
a rence; Martin H. Work exec-
New Year. "Let us hope that
Cardinal Gracias, Archbishopof earlier the state of his health ut lye director of the National

Bombay aggression, has said against here thatChina's this we year can travel that is well starting.through It is was the subject of world conC of Catholic Men; and U. of F. Students Recall

I cern. R obert G. Hoyt, editor of the
long. It consists of 365 days.
India was the logical outcomeof
Pope John spoke oft h e C atholic: Reporter newspaper ,
the communist country'sdecadelong But the grace of God helps us Memory of Father Damato
record in North all." pious custom, started{by St.of the Kansas City-St Joseph,
M[issouri diocese.
Korea Vietnam, Tibet Burma Among those present were Bernardino of Siena, of GAINESVILLE-Students at the University of Florida
United States The organizations conveninge
and Malaya.He ambassador to placing a stone inscribed Vith have planned to attend a :Mass on January 15, in memoryof
t conference the
Ghana William Mahoney and are depart-
said at a special sympo- the Name of Jesus- at the Father Lawrence O. Damato. They will commemoratethe
his ent' of racial and cultural
family U.S. ambassador to If. re-
sium on the Indo-Chinese conflict Panama Joseph S. Farland, and base of new buildings as an la lions: of the National Council first anniversary of his death. Over the tabernacle at
that "it has back
into reality from jerked the artificial us New York senator, Jacob K. act of faith and love and of f Churches; the NCWC Social the Student Center's chapel will hang their memorial crucifix

Javits and his wife. suggested that it would be a A.ction Department; and the gift of the students in memory of the young Priest
had created for
atmosphere '
good idea to reintroduce this S cial Action Commission of t they will honor again next
Pope John said in his talk ;
oursehes. He asserted that in ,. was short. Born In Jacksonvilleon
trusting China, India had for- that he hope to have the custom tY 1 e Synagogue Council of Tuesday. February 3, 1934, he studied

gotten that she was not dealing Name of the Sat'four on his He also said he hoped the A merica. Father Damato was assistant under Sisters of St. Joseph in

with the China of philosophersof lips when he dies. Doctor of the Church.A when he died a year ago
a thousand years ago but Noting that the day was the ; !statement!i, noted that "be- on January 15. Many relatives 10th grade. For six years following -
with a new China which is feast of the Doctor of the Church is a he
es- Holy N a m e 0 f was a seminarian at
cause: ,racial equality concerns /, him, Including his
sentially "expansionist" and Jesus, the Pope said that from 'Church writer known for both r .St. Charles College and at St.
justice and charity it is, of parents, :Mr. and Mrs., Louis
backed by his learning and holiness of life.
a dangerous: earliest days he has had Damato of St. Paul parish, Jack- Mary's Seminary in Baltimore.
ideology. devotion to that name. He re- After the audience, Pope course, a matter which deeply sonville. Father Damato is After theological studies In
Cardinal Gracias said the called that his grandfather's John received the entire Mahoney concerns religion."
rl.,__ _.r buried at Jacksonville.The the American College 0 f the
crisis of the invasion had brother had told the future family at his throne and It is "a function of religion"
pastor of
brought India back PATROXAL FEAST DFFather ICATION DAY IN TAMPA Patrick'sFather University of Louvain, Bel-
: to spiritual Pope on his First Communion -with the help of Monsignor Thomas
aT an "obligation" of religious It. Gros, will
reality. day to have devotion to Jesus Thomas Ryan chief of the Philip A. Bardec: C.SS.R. (above), who built celebrate the glum he was ordained a Priest'for

"Man needs God If not for His Name and His Blood.: He English desk at the Vatican Ip aders to "focus the minds and the provisional Church of the Epiphany in Tampa, asph )( m:' when the anniversary students St. Augustine on June 26

anything else; for the hourly also recalled the passage in the secretariat of state-chatted h arts of their people upon the sisted as Archbishop*Jose : P. Hurley blessed the new gather in memory of Father 1900.!) He was 27 years old

strife of everyday life," he Acts of the Apostles in whichSL with the ambassador's wife and oral foundations of racial church in the young parish i. The day of dedication was Damato next utfk. when he died as! assistant pas.

said. Peter commanded a sick five children. SPOKESJIEX, Page 10 January 6, the feast of th 3 Epiphany. Father Damato's life span tor in Gainesville.

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Page Two The Florida Catholic Friday, Jan. 11, 1963 .. '.no:
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C atkoltc florida ReportsJacksonville r .. ""

ipates the largest attendance of Council of Catholic .

men and members of the junior Women will speak to the -

BeachST. society in the parish history. members. Members of St. Pat p a6b

rick Circle will be hostesses for
PAUL JacksonvilleSACRED the evening.ST. b:: ,.

Warren Sissom, president of HEARTThe ... .&' k f; .:i-, .,,- 1i
the Holy Name Society in St. Guild of the Sacred Continuing the theme of St. : 1
Paul j J. ,
parish JacksonvilleBeach Heart Church of Jacksonville Paul's Guild for this : i
has to announced a special plans special features at a "Working for the Guild is : ;t1t: AtfL 1 i .' .0. <. 13 :
program be held Saturday # <
set for Jan- '
meeting Tuesday, Working for God Miss Kath- A 1 t _
January 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the uary 15, at 8 p.m. in the church leen Reilly executive secretary ""';" ':'.L '' "ff..1 ".H" ". HQ.1t:. "JoI VI. .....':'.... _'P' !J. .lA-Lt. =*, 3L '*.... ,*. ,J8Jt.: : 't 4:"

school cafetorium. Robert J. hall. In addition to circle and the Jacksonville Cath- CHORUS IN HOLY NAME ACADEMY PLAY, SAN ANTONIO

Murphy event. William is chairman of the special committee reports Mrs. olic Charities Bureau, spoke "Herodes" a mystery play adapted from the 12th century script, Name Academy in San Antonio. The Sisters of St. Benedict were pleasedwas I
R. is in
charge of the buffet Allyn dinner. Alfred E. DeVlta chairman, Monday of the work of that the first such dramatization ever presented by students of Holy with the results. Above, the choral group sustained the cast.
the card and
will discuss party organization and its expansion,
The principal speaker will be fashion show to be held Friday, program. She was presented
by Cubans To
i to
Pray Events Sisters Give
Sheriff Dale Coming
Carson. Honored February 15, at the Garden Mrs. A. :M. Haiptle on Jan- .J :

guests will be officers of the Center of Jacksonville. uary 7 at 11 a.m.: This column list future HDf'flh.. special Aid
St. Patroness for Freedom meeting and events ( sorethan First Kits
Deanery of Holy Following the business meet- Miss 'Irene'"Scanlon,- chair : local Interest. Advance notice .f regular meeting will be. mttted.

Name Societies. ing, :Mrs. Joseph Schoebert, of ,
Father man of the Faster Monday-" : ..HIALEAH (NC-A Priest imprisoned for 20 .months Marathon bridge, San Jose an's_Clubj Assumption Guild.I'onsor. To PhysiciansCAPE
James J. Heslin antic- Eau Gallie, president of the Card Partyintroduced her
by the"Castro regime has urged thousands of Cuban Tef- parish hall, Jacksonville, Jackson*Hie.

committees. ,' ugees here to pray to the Blessed Mother to deliver Cuba January 15; 8 p.m. San Joe parish hall Jacksonville CIRARIXEAU, Mis!

Miss Hilda"Thurljerchair: /'rom communes' con..ro 1.. Fashions by Jordan Marshof marathon bridge, 8 sonrlCSisters at St. Fran.
ST. PETERSBURG man of the associate members, Father Ismael" de Lug tian, moral and worthy life to Orlando, Cherry Plaza Hotel p.mM January 29. cis Hospital here gave staff
and her committee were hostesses merit that protection." physicians something right in
O.F.M.Cap.,one of three Priests January 16 8 p.m.; benefit Jackn"iI1.s San Jo e
for the luncheon. "It is fair that implore their line as a holiday gift-
who served as chaplains with you Morning Star School. parish hall marathon bridge,

I 345-6050! )() Open Thursday the invasion brigade in April leer: assistance," he stated, "that Parents' Dance, benefit February 5, 8 p.m. first aid kits.

Jackson's Evening by Appointment, The Altar and Rosary Society 1901 said the Blessed Virgin you present your sorrows to Bishop Kenny High Schoolat Card party, fashion show, The kits contain splints,
Lorraine's Beauty ,Salon members of St. Paul at ;"will not abandon the countryof her, that you pray she grant Jacksonville Southside February 13; sponsorship of bandages dressings and-other
a meeting on Tuesday at 7:45 you peace and liberty, and *:'iat Sacred Heart Guild Jacksonville emergency materials not usual.
2946-49th Street, North which she is heavenly Women's Club, 8 p.m., Jan-
& Men'sClinic St. Petersburg p.m. in the club room, heard patroness.! you will be able to live in a uary 18.Card Garden ("ntrr. ly carried by doctors.

Miller Robert L. Dutilly Prop. Mrs. Ray Boozer sketch the free, Christian and democraticCuba. Parish fair, St.
The Priest preached at a party, sponsored by They were issued to the 43
life and work of Sr. Mary .
Pontifical :Mass offered last St.Jude's Holy Name Society, Church, llocklcdse, February staff physicians by the Franciscan -
Euphrasia, foundress of the "But do not collaborate with
WeyenbergCushioned 'Sunday afternoon at the Hialeah Friday evening January 18, 16. Sister:", Daughters of
Good Shepherd Sisters. disunion do not live in exileas
Diocesan Collection
race track by Bishop school cafetorium St. Peter the Sacred Hearts of Jesus
641 Central Ave. 862-1355 Contractor and Distributorfor Honor guest was Miss Shirley {Coleman F. Carroll of Miami.A .. a pagan and do not forget burg. :February 17, in all and Mary, who conduct the
Barrette, corresponding 'secre- that as grieve for those churches.
statue of the Blessed Mother Jacksonville dance South- hospital.
tary, who will soon be leaving ; who communist
are suffering
Vikon Metal, Ceramic under the title of Our Lady of side Women's Club, January Card party fashion show Sister Mary Lillian, who was
the city to enter the convent tyranny, it is not proper to leada Christ the King benefit Jacksonville
(Cobre smuggled out of Cuba 19; Christ the King parish. in of medical
charge a self-help
,......, Mosaic Tiles of the Good Shepherd Sisters. frivolous life." Southside Women's
about a stood in Card party, St. Thomas
year ago, a course from which the Idea
St. So. 347-4101 SAN JOSEA Father Lugo the refugees -
mm917491h place of honor near the out- Aquinas Mission, St. Cloud, Club February 19. evolved said the kits shouldprove
bridge marathon, spon- (door altar erected at the track. to request-"with the January 19, St. CloudWoman's Carnival, Bishop Barry particularly helpful when
Please patronage our advertisers sored by the San Jose Parish same faith with which we High i School, St. Petersburg,
The Mass was requested by Club. doctors are called to the scene
r 'Guild, Jacksonville will begin the Cuban refugees in thanks- members 0 f the brigade requested San Jose bridge: marathon February 22, 23, 24; sponsor, of an accident, because mate-
/ea33c Tuesday evening January 15, our liberty in prison" parents of students at boys
giving for blessings received parish hall Jacksonville Jan- rials for leg and arm splintsare
St. at 8 p.m. in the parish social -that the Blessed Virgin "in 22 school and at Notre Dame
Anthony's Hospital including the recent reunion uary 8 p.m. not often available.
hall. The marathon will con- tercede with her Divine Son Academy.St. .
600 11th Street of the invasion brigade prisoners Blessed Trinity Women's She added that the physicians
4645 9th Street, North St. Petersburg tinue on Tuesday evenings with their families. and grant u s the liberty of Club spaghetti dinner St. Paul Guild Easter Monday -, receiving the kits lauded
Modern, Well '
Equipped January 22, 29, and February 5, Cuba."
card party Jacksonville,,
Beaoabl Father Lugo told the ref- Petersburg; parish social hall the idea as a practical one and
at 8 p.m. Bishop Carroll, speaking in 15.Low .
Conducted by April
that in 4-6 27.
1 ugees asking the Blessed p.m. January well worth promoting.
AUTOMATIC SUter f St. Fraael All bridge players-both men Spanish, told the more than Sunday Pilgrimage to
Approved by Virgin to protect them they party, fashion show,
American College of S art eon and women-are invited to at- "must cooperate with a Chris- 20,000 refugees that God is their January 28, Southside Worn- Oldest Mission St. Augustine,I i
"Keep-Riled"I tend. Prizes are awarded at the "great hope in the crusade of Florida April 21. SUBSCRIBE

I DELIVERYPhone conclusion of each evening. Tne liberation." Convention, St. Augustine.

: donation per player is one dol- Refugees Receive "As in the past He performed Our Lady'sDevotees Diocesan Council of CatholicWomen : NOW !

lar. For information, contact wonders to conduct His
peopleof Tampa April 22-24.
St. Pete 898-1111
Clearwater 446-8314 Mrs. T. H. La Fountain, Spiritual Care Israel to the promised land"
{ /
EXbrook 8-6893; or Mrs. Art MIAMI (NCSpanishspeaking the Bishop stated, "He will also

A I ,"h Ja7n.I' flORIST-GREENHOUSES Conrad, EXbrook 8-7898. Catholics in the diocese procure the circumstances that Plan Study ST. PETERSBURGEugene

VW- ttOO lAfcetlfw Aye. SaWE of Miami, who include will make possible the libera-

WIRE FLOWERS8C7213C some 80,000 Cuban refugees, tion of your country.. BOSTON (NO-The problemof
"Meanwhile offer the afflictions Mueller's

St. Petersburg ;are cared for spiritually by 75 conveying the findings of

IN PINELLAS Priests, 32 Sisters 22 Brothersand and sufferings of Marian theology to a larger, Cameo Room
ForCatholic four laymen. exile and purify your souls non-specialized and even non- Dining

This was disclosed in the In the faithful service: of Catholic KxeeDcDt: quality 8eafod Chops aa<
public was consideredat
Madeira Beach Bank God. Superb 8.rvteDelletovs Chlekem
Press MonthNEW' directory of the SpanishSpeaking the 14th annual convention, Charcoal
MADEIRA BEACHMember Apostolate, which operates More than 900 members of held in Boston, of the Mario- O Broiled Steaks LEE BEIMAX, plus
Cuban brigade 2506 assisted at BerTlBf laache B and BED SEAL., Bass
YORK (NC-"In this through a Latin-American, logical Society of America.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. icT3l Jfr-'JfS| W -.. Ecumenical Year Informed
Phone 391-9911 1 Open Sat. 9-12 *-'i\ ? Catholics Read Their Catholic Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of of' consecration to Our Lady of Archbishop of Boston, and Father -
Press" is the theme of Catholic Miami. Monsignor John J: 'Charity. Some 20 Spanish- Edward D. O'Connor, 117(0 Gulf Blvd/Treasure Island 361-8261

Press Month 1963 which will Fitzpatrick as assistant chancellor ?-speaking Priests heard confessions C.S.C., president of the society, I

be observed throughout the is in charge of the Latin- and thousands of refu- both referred to the problem in

OKHIBL T. WINTER & CO. United States and Canada dur- American chancery.The gees received Holy Communion. statements to the convention M .

ing February, 1963, it was announced majority of the apos- January 2.3.Cardinal .
HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS here by the Catholic tolate members are refugees St. PetersburgBLESSED Cushing has sug- After Church

bl 403 FLORIDA THEATRE BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG Press Association sponsor of from Fidel Castro's Red Cuba. gested that the society publisha I

TELEPHONE 8624381 the event. Priests of the apostolate are TRINITYThe quarterly magazine presenting Meet All Your

The Catholic Press Association assigned to 28 parishes which Blessed Trinity Women's Marian theology in terms

is the trade and profes- have a particularly large Span- Club will sponsor a spaghetti appropriate for the average Friends At The

sional association of American ish-speaking population. Six dinner on January 27 from 4 layman. He proposed the title SHVIIS

For Your Real Estate Catholic newspapers, magazines religious communities are rep- to 6 p.m. in the church social Mary Today for the magazineand MOUISTUIIOUKI Park Lane

And Insurance Needs Call and book and pamphlet resented among the apostolate> hall. Donations will be, adults, advised that it parallel the It *l.es

publishers. Catholic Press Priests. The majority are di- $1.25; children 75 cents. Pa- magazine the Bible Today, 145741

i LaVoie Realty & Insurance Month is an annual event stim- ocesan Priests. The Sisters belong trons are invited to call the which presents biblical studiesin Tour Second Cup of Cofte

ulating interest in and relationship to eight religious com- ticket chairman, Mrs. Henry popular language."I or Iced Tea It Always FRII
4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133
I of the Catholic press. munities and the Brothers to Schmitz, 1699 Alcazar Way S., don't want another of the

I An official Catholic Press four communities. 8672864. thousand leaflets and bookletson U

:Month planning kit is available novenas, litanies and devotions -

for February Press Former Party Member Says to Our Blessed Lady," he TYRONE SHOPPING CENTER
For in
HEINZEN Advertising Month meetings, displays and said. "I want a practical pre- CAFETERIA 1038 $8th ST. NO.

programs of parish or diocesan Reds sentation of your scholarship." *
s St. Petersburg organizations, schools Recruiting Youths He described popular devotion 58, Complete Luncheons Monday thru Saturday

and libraries.In to :Mary today as "tre
SERVICE It Contact addition to the official CINCINNATI (NC-Communism) has reduced its recruiting mendously inspirational" but

FKKK PICKUP A UkOJtEBY three-color 11 x 17 inch poster age to the high school level. Douglas Hyde, Eng- in need of "deeper Intellectual

sit)' St. &. 18th A*.. S*. Mrs. Beverly Murphy with the 1963 theme, this lish author who joined the communist party when he was roots. KUNGFISllRESTAURANT

tall: Pho.OREN.n-lUI STAMPS planning kit contains a guideto 17, made the disclosure in the current issue of the "Shield," Cardinal Cushing offered to

;1t sly ft. Wh A n. s.. at 347-5085 Catholic magazines and national magazine of the Catholic Students :Mission subsidize the expenses of pub-
Phan SBt-4131 a folder of basic
newspapers; Crusade."All lishing a new, popular maga-
facts about the Catholic press; over the world the versity students but among the zine for the first year. At pres-
a discussion outline for meet- communists high school students as well,"
are working among ent, the society also publishes .
ings; quotations from the high school students," he said, Hyde reported. Marian Studies a periodical SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST

iowfliY F00. Oil Popes on the Catholic press; "and in some parts of the Hyde who was an editor of devoted to learned papers in

and statements and editorials world they are doing it very
about the Catholic press. successfully." communist newspaper, beforehe The society appointed a com- Succulent

The kit Is available from the On a recent visit to Singaporehe joined the Catholic Churchin mittee to consider the possibility Scallops
Catholic Press Association 6 1948, the belief S Luscious Lobsters
said he found high school expresses of a second publication, as
BOWEN'S East 39th Street, New York 16, students on strike. Organizedby that "the average high school suggested by the Cardinal.
for $1.00. and
communists, they were boy girl today are "inter
862-2450 "jeopardizing their careers or ested in wor'd affairs and wantto Nurses Report IIUSHPUPPIES AND ROLLS -

DeadlinesXvira .. years putting," Hyde their added.In studies. back by the know world.what's happening in 107 Affiliates f f i I i Chicken and SteaksAt

strie. from any Brc
lUaU HUla Th. TUridA CathaUc"otne Caracas Venezuela, "the "As a consequence, they are WASHINGTON) -The Famous Johns Pass
.. later thai Mondays newipletVM communists for the past three interested in communlsm- National Council of Catholic
SEE US FftR THE BEST h.ald rca tb. UUr Q-
Friday for pabUeatloa la ta. f.!. and a half years, since the either puzzled by it, attractedto Nurses recently reported thatit
AUTO 0 HOMEOWNERS HOSPITALIZATIONLIFE 1.wlg 7rldayi ..... party was made legal, had been it, challenged by it, or want- has 107 diocesan affiliates

O COMMERCIAL BUSINESS INSURANCE working not only among unl- ing to fight it," he concluded. which..in turn have 313 local Everyone will enjoy thf.tFamily '

TYRONE (.A chapters.The .
f NCCN report, submitted
it SHOPPING CENTER by Bishop Allen J. Babcock of

Jtk. Ar*. N.. M* Sm. f
Grind Rapids, Michigan, episcopal .
342-8551 a. chairman of the. depart- Restaurant
Y..Y. .. *.*4 lads with... INFORMED CATHOLICSREAD
ment of lay organizations said __

-. l"r} STATEc.r that 19 of.the diocesan affiliates
ll.sss 0 Different specials every day
gave 3455 days of voluntary
INSURANCE COMPANIES '1' 0 Fiae food et modest prices
nursing in 1961.
THEMCATHOUC NCCN represented Catholic a for ever 24 years i

nurses at nine national professional E

CAR"FORDOR meetings in 1962, the report -
noted. The council also
represents, Catholic nurses of .
56 councils in foreign countriesat I
E1i all meetings in the United UGHTHOUSERESTAURANT

SEDAN TERMS States of the World Health Or- ..i

ganization WHO) and the United
Ue florid
a Nations Children's Fund

NOW ONLY- $1569 -FULL PRICEIF (UNICEF), the report adds.

Catholic It was that nine E Tyrou llvd. Perk St. No.
members of Catholic nurses' St. Pettnbargt 1
3100 5th AYE. NO.
DlLLBKUWNo councils have gone to work in
mission areas.



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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 11, 1963 Page Three
x r....
Elected to Honor Of

n! ( ., a.idIlEr .; : Father John A. O'BrienPriest

National Catholic Family of Year Traces ConversionTo

WASHINGTON (NC)-The honor of being the National Catholic Family of the 'Title Deed'of 33 A.D.

Year: goes in 1963 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Seidel of Minneapolis, parents of 11 children !

lour or them in reli- _=;r wtr' DO you know what is the first action of a person acquir-
ago by the NCWC family life director of the 'NCWC familylife v
gious life. ing a piece of property? It's to examine the title to
bureau, from nominations made bureau, said:
be sure that it is a valid
The selection of the Seidels
by family life directors in Cath- "The Seidels have a sense of -- --- Catholic Church except that It

both in their sixties, was an- olic dioceses.The vocation: of love, of service to one.How was not for Americans. When

nounced here recently by Seidels, who will observe others and to God. All three t. v Is this determined? By 15, I joined my family's de-
Bishop Christopher J. Weldonof checking It to see that it goes
their 39th wedding an- vocations are represented in nomination, primarily for the

Springfield, Massachusetts, niversary on February 4, are their children-marriage, the back to the original owner: the ,sake of being baptized.
T Tz of the United
episcopal adviser of family life to receive designed government
a single vocation in the world, I was active in Baptist youth
to the social States. If i tdoesn't
action department, plaque from Archbishop and the religious life." 1 .. groups, a Presbyteriansponsored -
National Catholic Welfare Conference Leo Blnz of St. Paul go backto
at a He added that their selectionis ; rA
Scout and at
that original Boy troop
ceremony on Holy Family "particularly welcome in the .
In Methodist
t 19 began teaching a
the title
Richard and :Miriam Seidel A owner,
Sunday. year when the National Fam- SchoolIt
members of Visitation parish in Commenting on the honor ily spiritual treasury is being jOtt isn't worth the Sunday

Minneapolis, were selected for accorded to the Minneapolis initiated." Under the program, paper on whichit was my scout work that

the award, initiated three years couple, Father John C. Knott, United States Priests will offer is written.So brought me into contact with

more than 10,000 Masses in likewise the a. the Catholic Church for the

Ousted Missioners State 1963 for the spiritual welfare of authority t o first time.
teach I nth e
the American family. Two Catholics In my Prot.

Sudan Father Henry V. Sattler name of Christ.to estant-sponsored Scout troop
Continues CampaignNAIROBI interpret the Scriptures with
C.SS.R., assistant director of gave me my first lesson in the
unerring and to
NC the NCWC family life bureau, accuracy catechism: the meaning of the
( ) -Four missionary Priests expelled and govern God's Church de-
observed that member of the Cross and how to
"every nk Sign
from F
the Sudan have reached e's
Kenya reports of con mands credentials which
oft h e Seidel family seemed .. -. .... -:; go make it.
; tinuing anti-Christian persecution in that neighboring FAMILY PORTRAIT OF OUTSTANDING CATHOLICSMr. back to Christ Himself. If such
aware that each human being interest and I
A 4f My
Wean nataoa. has a unique vocation in life." and Mrs. Richard T. Seidel, chosen as the national Catholic family of the authority is usurped, it is in- began attending the grew services at
Father E. valid worthless.
Sloane Father and
Dowds W. Moslem Act The Seidels have two year, are shown with several of their grandchildren during the Christmas holidays.The St. Theresa Catholic Church. I
Father P. Kok and Father
What is the one Christian
A. Priest-sons: Father John J. Seidels are members of Visitation parish in Minneapolis. took a course of instructionfrom
Myer-all members of Church which traces its credentials
Seidel, an assistant: : at St. its pastor, Monsignor
the Hill
Hill Fathers-were ,
met UsedtoExpel to Christ? It is the
Peter Canisius church, Chi- Thomas Sheehan:
I on their arrival In Nairobi by Archbishop of 'Montreal Deplores Catholic! Church.It .
Archbishop Guido Del Mestri, cago, and Father Thomas E. There I had spelled out for
I Irish PriestSHAXAGOLDiEX i is the realization of this
Seidel C.S.C. teacher at .
apostolic delegate to East a me the evidence pf the founding
Africa. Notre Dame High School, Press Council truth that is bringing an ever of Protestant sects from! 15
Slanting OpinionsMONTREAL increasing number of converts
They reported that a fifth Ireland Chicago. The two youngest into the fold. to 19 centuries after Christ had

missioner, Father Hurst, also (NO-One of the more than 30 girls in the family are Sister established His own Church-
Gabriel (NC) Paul Emile Cardinal Leger has deplored "certain erroneous This is illustrated in the con
of the Mill Hill Fathers, has missionaries expelled from the Mary and Sister the Catholic Church, as it Is

received an expulsion notice. Sudan recently has said here Catherine of St. Paul's Benedictine interpretations" which were attached to a statement he made concerning the health of version of John Dowling of actually called in the Apostles'

Earlier, they said, Father Hurst that Sudanese officials told Priory in St. Paul, Pope John XXIII. The Archbishop of :Montreal made the references to the misinter- Atlanta, Georgia, who later be- Creed.

had been confined to his mIs- him only that he was orderedout Minnesota. ""rpt1t1nna in his 1 A.QfiQ...."".... New came a Priest. Now the assis- Thus in 1521 Martin Luther
it did disturbances i n their .
quently not enjoy the gerous
sion for three months for drive of that African nation because Five of the Seidel children- Year's message to his people. economies. tant pastor at St. Joseph's parish founded the Lutheran Churchthe
characteristic own
same guidance as in Redding, California, Father
ing a man 40 miles to the hose he had finished his work. Richard, Stephen, James, Robert Cardinal Leger also said: "I a work of the assembly itself. "One way to do this might Dowling has helped about first Protestant denomin

pital in his car. He is Father Thomas Brouder and Miriam-are married was greatly disappointed to see ation. Henry VIII started the
he concentrated on a policy of
"Certain 200 truth seekers enter the fold
The Priests said that since of the Mill Hill Fathers whois and have presented their par- that certain remarks I had judgments can be educational assistance which Anglican church in England in
made about the of Christ. He tells this chainof
the Sudan's Moslemdominated now on leave here in his ents with 16 grandchildren.Two made about the preparatorywork preparatory would favor us 1534, while John Knox formed
a more rapid social
government stepped up hometown. He reported that daughters- Joan, 26, and of the (Second Vatican) phase that need not apply. to evolution in events: the Presbyterian in Scotland In
needy countries
its campaign against the another Irish member of the Barbara, 25-are single and Council were taken as an expression the council itself, which is Cardinal My family was among the 1500. It wasn't until 1827 that
.Leger con-
guided by the ) followers of Alexander
Holy Spirit early
Mill Hill Fathers ousted from work teachers. of criticism
Church ab'out two months as severe of cluded. Thomas and Alexander Camp
in a special way," Cardinal Campbell. At about the age of
ago, 36 Priests and 19 Sisters the Sudan, Father Edward Richard Seidel, a native of the council itself." bell founded in Kentucky the
Leger continued."It 12, I was due to ask for bap-
and Brothers had been Sloane of Belfast, has gone to Chicago, is 63 and has retiredas The statements concerningthe Disciples of Christ.In .
is no secret that the Vatican Daily Says: tism into one of the sects for
start mission in
a new Kenya preparatory
ousted. an executive in the oil industry Pope's health and the coun- sharp contrast the Catholic
which this in his
They reported that two missions among a remote African tribe. He was educated in Chicago -cil were made at a press con- work did not always gentleman, Church was founded by
In the Malakal Before his expulsion, Father and meet with the approval of the Distortion Of move to "get away from sec- .
apostolic schools at the University ference after Cardinal's return Christ in 33 A.D.
tarianism, was responsible.But .
Sloane had been arrestedfor assembly of Bishops. This is
prefecture have had to be of Illinois and became a from attending meetingsof
evident to all who it was about then that I The unbroken line of pontiffs
closed for lack of Priests. Only preaching in church on convert to Catholicity at the the first session of the coun- participatedin Cardinal'sRemarksMade .
Priests remain the ground that this illegally the first session and to all came upon a list of the datesof from Peter down to thepresent
seven to min- age of 22. cil at the Vatican.
ister to the prefecture's 6500 made the church a "teaching "There who read the communiqueswhich the founding of the various Pope constitutes" the
Mr. Seidel has served as director are many reasons
Protestant sects. Behold!
emanated from official my
Catholics, they said. They establishment. of Opus Sancti Petri, a for my attachment to pope own was among the last! title deed of the divine

added that eight American But the magistrate who vocational organization, is a John XXIII and these are sources. HOME (XO)-L'Ossenatore foundation and authority of
heard the case dismissed it. In his New Year's message Actually, it was about the
Presbyterian missionaries had Knight of St. Gregory, is activein too numerous to mention, Romano, Vatican City daily the Catholic Church.
the Cardinal stressed that his same age as grandfather,
(Since the Sudan won in- my
also been ousted from Malakal.
the Community Chest and the Cardinal said in the New has criticized wide-
The dependence in 1956, its Moslem- remarks were directed at the newspaper, who was one of the local lead- I was baptized by Monsignor
aim of the Sudanesegovernment's Year .
United Fund and in message."For "statements
Hospital distortion
spread of the Sheehan and later God calledme
dominated government has preparatory work. ers of sect. My inquiries ,
antimissionaryefforts labor negotiations. four years I have made Paul Emile Cardinal
"I was greatly disappointedto by about this brought no satisfac- to the Priesthood. I hope
sought to Islamize the region
is to make the south learned from him the virtues
from which the missionerswere Mrs. Miriam (Sugrue) Seidel, see that certain remarks I Leger, Archbishop of Mont- tory explanation. So I post with God's grace to share my
ern part of that a which characteristic of
country are true real the health of
61, is equally active in religiousand concerning with
expelled. The had made about the prepara- poned my baptism.I precious treasure many
Moslem area like the north. govern shepherds. Thanks to him, I
John XXIII and the workof
civic affairs. A native of Pope
tory work of the council were knew nothing about the others.
ment has allowed no new missionaries
The government is controlledby have been able to remain in
Chicago, she attended St.Mary's the first session of the Second
taken expression of
as an severe -
to enter the Sudan
Moslems from the Arabic. peace and serenity in the difficulties Vatican Council.
College, Notre Dame, criticism of the council,
and in 1957 it nationalized all
speaking north, which has which
Indiana. She is every' Bishop' News agencies gave the im-
a past president
itself, he said. "I have too
about two-thirds of the country's -mission schools. Earlier this meets, for I have found in him pression that the Canadian ST. PETERSBURG
of the Minneapolis Leagueof great an admiration for the sin
year it decreed the missionary
approximately 12 million an understanding father. He is Cardinal the
implied Pope was
Catholic Women and of the
cerity and seriousness of the
societies act, a law which
The south prohibits remarkable treasure-house
people. peopled Cenacle Retreat League. a of suffering from an incurable
council deliberations to judge
mainly by pagan Negro and all proselytizing and patience and kindness. illness when the Cardinal an-
And Catholic education, the work of the council Fathers
provides the legal basis for the
Nilotic tribes, has about 600,000 "That is why I have been swered questions at a televised
}l Christians, more than half of expulsion of missioners). from first grade through college hurt by certain erroneous in- unfavorably." press conference shortly after Fresh Seafood
has been the goal of
Father Brouder, headmasterof Cardinal Leger said the
whom are Catholics.Missioners terpretations which were given his return to Montreal from
a mission school in Malakal each member of the family. following recent conferenceat "two months of the first session -
1 Rome, the Vatican City news-
Home taken over five years ago, said Among the Seidel alma maters which I answered a ques- of the Second Vatican paper said. OYSTER = SHRIMP -

ROME (XC) Four Italian he was given six weeks to are: the College of St. Cath- tion about the health of His Council were for the Bishops The Cardinal "referred to the

missionary Priests expelled leave the Sudan after receivinghis erine and the College of St.. Holiness." a source of great hope."I health of the Pope without CRAB MEAT LOBSTER

from the Sudan have arrived notice of expulsion. Whenhe Thomas, St. Paul; Notre Dame Cardinal Leger acknowledgedthat join with Pope John going into details and implied

in Rome. All are members of asked why he was being University; Loyola University, both the question and the XXIII in expressing the wish -probably-that it is difficultto Marine fishes are especial MEAT SCOLLOPS -

/1 the Sons of the Sacred Heart ordered out of the country, he Chicago St. Louis University
; ; answer at the conference "were that these hopes will be real- shake off sickness when one ly rich sources of Iodine,

p commonly known as the Ve- said, the authorities claimed St. Mary's College and Creighton inspired by genuine concern ized in full by the united effortsof is advanced in years," L'Osser- STONE CRAB CLAWS-

rona Fathers. that he had finished. University. and filial respect for the Holy the Bishops and their respective \atore said. required for the properfunctioning

Father." The Cardinal also flocks." In his reference to the council of the thyroidgland TROUTMACKEREL -

stated: "I take this occasion, on In his message, the Cardinal the Vatican City paper re-

the eve of a New Year, to in- said he hoped that his people ported, Cardinal Leger said containing 50 to RED SNAPPERSEA

vite you to pray for Pope John will find peace and unity in that with the support of the
200 times as much of this _
SAVE XXIII. May the Good Lord allow 1963. Pope the "projects of the decrees BASS KING FISH

I GUARANTY FEDERAL him to guide the destiniesof "Great differences in social l which had already, been essential element as any

Peter's bark for a long timeto conditions are not a favorable presented will be combinedand POMPANOBLUE

WITH SAVINGS t LOAN ASSN. come." climate for peace," he said. redrafted. That is what he other food. Oysters, FROG'LEGS

In his New Year's messagethe "Every year the masses of referred to in the course of his Shrimp and Crab Meat FISH -

Cardinal said: "The work needy and underprivilegedseem remarks when he said that

which was done in preparationfor to increase. To combat 'everything will have to be contain the minerals which TURTLE STEAK FLA.

the council however valu- these conditions,, the favored '
done all over again. help build the hemo
1 able and important it may have nations should make every ef- "The two sentences taken

been, was only an introductory fort to help underdeveloped from context and spread by globin content of the
(Alt. U. S. 19 at 22nd Ave. No.) DANISH AFRICAN AND
phase of the council and conse- regions without causing dan- news agencies all over the blood and prevent or rem ,

St. Petersburg world gave not only a dif
ferent meaning to the Cardi- edy nutr'tirial! l anemia:
Bishop Cites Trials Polish
nays statements but one
which was opposite of whath

Red Regime Created in '62 said.e meant," L'O! servatore PICKLED FISH.

The added that

BERLIN (NC)-The Bishop who serves as secretaryto the "first newspaper people to be sur-

TRANSFER NOW 401DIVIDEND the Polish hierarchy has declared in a sermon in Warsawthat prised at these distortions were PINEL LAS SEA FOOD

Poland's communist regime "harassed and oppressed"I the people who heard the state-

Let us show you tow io transfer to the Church even as the Polish Bishops were promoting the ments of the Cardinal on tele-

Guaranty Federal without loss of nation's good at the ecumenical ? t... vision" and those who attended 1533-3rd St. So. Phone 862-5163 st. pete, Ra.
Catholic schools said
: tie
in Pay tie &> Compounded council. the conference.
dividends. Bring your passbook "Hundreds of Catholic kindergartens

today. We'll do the rest. Quarterly Auxiliary Bishop Zygmunt have been closed. Sisters -
Choromanski of Warsaw tolda -
are being removed from
congregation of 3000 at a hospitals."

New Year's eve vigil service
The Bishop said that the
PLUS 1,000 TRADING STAMPS W/ A NEW ACCOUNT OF $100 OR MORE that 1962 "was a sad year for communist regime has been
the Church" in Poland.

YOUR SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY THE FSLIC Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, trying to convince people that
"the Pope is for peace but the
of the United States Government primate of Poland, presided at "
a PERMANENT Agency Bishops of Poland are not. He
another service in suburban

Savings invested by January 21 earn dividends from the I 1st Warsaw the same day and told said .that" "this is just ridiculous I

his people that Pope John
Bishop Choromanski traced
XXIII had a deep "understanding -
the progressive restrictions im
r------------- of the situation of the
Have you inquired posed on the Church since 1
Polish nation and of the Cath-

about oar new I Enclosed find check the amount of....._........___..... olics of Poland.. In impartinga 1956, the ;year Cardinal Wys
released from
zynski was con
DC-12 plan special papal blessing, he
finement and there was a new
said that Pope John was Typically Eden Hordes
I Church-state agreement. Style and Beauty
"deeply impressed by the de-
Please account in name of
Do it today-Ph. 345-9331 open votion of Polish Catholics to "First they said there would C

I I ;< .<:\ <.. the Faith." He asked the people b e religious instruction ir cttcU .

Open daily Monday thru Name to pray for the Pope. schools but only for those persons U(JIKSMEi( ( ON U 0 fSLfJ

I -> t ..: Bishop Choromanski in his who wrote to request it,'
9 to 9
ADDRESS talk said that the communist he said. Please inform your relatives and friends of the availability of our quality homes in thee

We the tax Ion regime had closed eight Catholic "Later they moved it to immediate proximity of ST. RAPHAEL'S CHURCH on SNELL ISLE. Choice sites including
pay Intangible
waterfronts available.
educational institutionsin churches, and now they.er

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Comment Frank J. SheedCreator ; Can Reds Lull!! Us with False Imaaes? I

I Catholic ."

11 Set Moral Laws To BELIEVE it or not, for still kremlin had decided that this present intent is indicated

time we are aboutto phrase was overdone in pulling right In the beginning of his

Guide Men to Salvation be presented with still an- American legs. As early as May address by his Interpretationof

other Nikita Khrushchev. Our 16, 1959, Khrushchev was solemnly "the Cuban crisis."

I Success Measured by Faith < fTPHE Moral Law is a set of taboos belonging to the pre- general pressis awarded the Lenin prize Read for yourselves of the

p 1 Darwin, pre-Freud, pre-Einstein, pre-Hiroshima age. counted 6 ;:*; "for. the promotion of peace false picture:

4 ilJATHER, I am not the parent I should their weaknesses, all parents to some degree We must make a new morality for a new age." upon to say ( among nations," because of his 'The principal result of the

be." How often a Priest hears this are, going to fail their children.So This is a challenge Catholics are facing all the time; it muchofitbefore then championship of "peaceful foreign political activity of the

I comment from even the best of his people. then what do fathers and mothers is the secular orthodoxy of the moment. long. In- :.it coexistence." soviet government the govern

Yet this anxiety resulting from our in- offer children? -Primarily, the Catholic W.J c. When you meet it, do not rush into a discussion deed, one 0 four There bas been a general ments of the other socialist

ability to be the parents and Priests that Faith which was established by Christ Him- 'jf of Darwin, Freud, Einstein, or outstanding effort to make us believe that countries, the result of the
struggle of all during
I we should be is something that is commonto self to make up for man's deficiencies. it 1. :- even Hiroshima. The key phrase is Moral newspa- Khrushchev carried forward this period, is that the attack
early this Idea Lenin and
all who take their vocation in life Parents need not say to their children that %:- Law. For the challenge is directed against pers as from on Cuba, prepared by the

seriously. they have failed them. They need only to '\ S a view of the Moral Law that we do not a s November that Stalin rejected it. aggressive imperialistic quar-

Most parents are concerned about pro say to the children that both parents and "_,_, hold, and has no bearing whatever on the 27 pathetically spoke sym-of But before we examine the ters of the United States of

tecting their children from the pitfalls that children need the grace of God to makeup one we do hold. Until you get your chal- latest Khrushchev sheep's clothing in the Moscow donnedby America, has been prevented.The .

they encountered. They save to give their for their deficiencies. lenger clear about that, you are like two Louis F. Budenzthe address, let us quote from direct threat of a thermo-

children a better education than they had; What a great preparation for life a men fighting back to back. For him, the Stalin himself, in his letter to nuclear world war, which arose

they look upon the mistakes of their par- child receives, just standing in the confessional Moral Law is a set of rules which men expression by Lord Hume, Henry A. \Vallace on May 17, In connection with the crisisin

ents and promise they will not make the ,line with its parents.. It is.an honest have worked out for themselves over the British foreign secretary. He 1948. Said Stalin then openly: the "Caribbean, has been

same mistakes rearing their own children. admission on the part of the parent that ages. The challenge interprets these as rules which got had suggested that soon the "The of the averted.
they have failed their children to some themselves linked with religion nssifiprf_ soviet leader may realize that government For the United States that.
Yet the the father and un erew. nnraw..*.
as years wear on ---' 0--' ------ -- USSR believes that in spite of
extent and they are here to ask pardon irrelevant--t ve.y- Soviet Russia's "ties are with part of his address will be
t the mother have to admit that they are for instance, has led to the West." Thus it is that differences in economic systems which
better a new played up speaks up
from God and His do in the
help to new world in which we now
making the same mistakes their parents examination of the degree of Khrushchev is to "become" a. and Ideologies, the coexistence -"against dogmatism," and there-
future. So, the child gleans from these live that it is time
: so high
made-that their children the of these systems and
are facing
responsibility in those who near champion of the West,. fore discusses the differencesof
; same crises that they faced-and with all experiences of Faith that just as his par- ,men made themselves an- disobey them. All this is worth one who may out-Tito Tito. the peaceful settlement of dif-- opinions with the Chinese

their efforts to be good parents they, in ents need God's grace to make up for their other set. discussion, but only when the The touching drama by. ferences between the USSR Red leaders. Much of our press

many instances find themselves falling deficiences so he too, as he goes throughlife But man cannot make the basic question has been clari which the soviet dictator is, and the USA are not only pos- has already seized upon these
will be in need of the same help. fundamental laws of right and \ sible, but absolutely necessary
short of the success of their own parents. transformed from the Butcherof w 0 r d s as revealing a "greatchasm"
Parents may fail their children but wrong for himself, for the almost -fied.Clarification is not easy. Budapest to the freind of us, in the interest of universal between Red China and
What consolation is for us then? If "
they will never be failures as parents if unbearably simple reason The reality of God is grow- all is displayed in "The Work: peace. Soviet Russia.

mankind were not a failure the Son of God they give to their children a deep and that he did not make himself.As ing steadily dimmer in men's er" of December 23. Such is; That was only one of the Not one has quoted Khrushchev -

I would never have become man. Our first abiding faith in the God who became man to how anything what- minds, the concept of the lawsof done through the eight-page. many statements by Stalin onL in his message of September .

parents were failures and since we inherit because of the failings of man. soever should be handled, if morality as Maker's Instruc- supplement incorporated i r L this subject. Under cover of 30 when he wrote to

the maker of the thing has tions for the running of our that issue, giving word for. this phrase he launched those all the four leaders of Red

Father spoken, then his must alwaysbe own selves seems to have van- word the English translation L massive "peace crusades" China.

John J. Castelot the final word. The thing ished altogether. Even if at of Khrushchev's address be. which the house committee on There is much more that I

1'1 must be handled his way, because odd moments conscience troubles fore the December session ol I un-American activities analyzed shall say on this subject, but

Psalmist Indicts Today's FoiblesIN that is the way he madeit people about what they the USSR Supreme Soviet. so ably on April 1, 1951,, you might think it worth whileto

to work. If man had made are doing, words like "taboo"have The title of this address, and declared to be "an attempt warn your daily paper

himself, then he would reason reduced the authority of emblazoned in great letters, h.Peaceful :;; to disarm and defeat the Unit -against this new "image" of
a society which accepts they had not the slightest in. turned out to be half.truths or ably decide how best to handle conscience so that it cannot -" Coexistence." Ii ted States." the kindly, respectable Khrush-
and dishonesty as a tention of honoring. cleverly slanted or highly himself.
; stand to the of
J up pressure would be thought that th<; That this Is Khrushchev'sIf chev.
\ normal part of human be- Does all this sound vaguely varnished-lies, that the honest But God made man; upon strong temptations.The .

havior, to whom can anyone familiar? Is not the psalm- citizen often feels like cryingout how men should handle result is that massesof

I turn with con- ist's indictment of his own with the psalmist.The themselves morally He has people simply have no Father Leo J. Trese

fidence exceptto society in fact an indictmentof advertiser makes mis- in fact spoken. That is what moral standards.By .

Him who is ours? leading claims-maybe not false the Moral Law is. this I do not mean that
God's Will Leads
Trust in to Peace
Truth itself? Is not our age an age of false claims or even claims at all, If men do not know the rules they are living in a riot of im

This seems to Shave fronts, of "images," of propaganda but very definite implications; their Maker has given, then morality. Most of them have !

been the ? the salesman glosses over defects they must do their best by trial not the constitution for that, RECENTLY, i n company we try always and to the i f that seems called for. You t

concl us Ion This is a disturbing enough in his merchandise; pur- and error-trying a particularline they would be dead in a weekif friend, I was 'best of our ability to do God's A veigh the advantages and dis- :

I reached by this thought, but much more fright. veyors of a certain widespreadtype qf conduct, seeing how it they tried. on my way to attend an important Mill as we see it, we cannot z ldvantages, not only for yourself -

author. Help, \Y ening is the tendency to take of "literature" lead prurient works, modifying it, scrappingit What I am saying is that meeting in a distant ever be wrong. j; but also for others in-

O LORD, for such duplicity for granted. young readers to believe altogether perhaps.But they have no moral standards: parish. :My Consequently we can move ,olved. You honestly try to

no one now is What's the harm in a little that heaven lies in indulging trial and error have one when they are tempted to some friend was 1;hrough life with much greater
dutiful; faith lie? Oh, of course, some lies the basest of passions; dope fatal defect as a method of deciding sin they feel they can manage, driving the car C onfidence and serenity. The 1 lives from your assessment of

fulness has vanished from are mortal sins and others pushers promise "kicks" and what is morally right like taking somebody's wife, and j formula is as simple as that. 1 1 the situation.
soon had
among men. Everyone speaks venial-but they are lies just deliver insanity; brides and for men: the decisive trial takes they have no principle to test So often it happens that, You truly do try to look at

f falsehood to his neighbor; the same. And the lies of the grooms pledge love and fidelityand place after death, where they its rightness or wrongness. In me worried as j faced with an important decision 1 the matter from God's point of

with smooth lips they speak, nazis and the treachery of the wreck the lives of their cannot see it. This life on the long run they can only fol to whether we ,. we find ourselves anxiouslest view. Then you make your de

and double heart (Ps. 11 1-2)). Japanese diplomats and milita- "loved ones" with cruelty and earth is only the first stage. low their inclination. would make we decide wrongly. Then, I cision.

We can almost see him raisinghis rists wiped out millions of unfaithfulness.The Everything depends on the :Neither in this nor In any the meeting at* after the decision is made, we Now, if you have done all

hands to heaven and cryingout lives and blighted other mil very practical conclusions state in which we enter the other field is inclination like- all. "We turn _ I continue to worry for fear that this, then your decision will be

in desperation.Over lions. The lies of the commu- flow from a meditationon second. ly to produce right,conduct. right here," I S we may have made a mistaken the right one even though,

and over again people nist propaganda machine have psalm 11. And there is another draw S Does it, by chance, produce said, and he chcice. from a human point of view, it

have given him their word and drawn millions of human be- The first is that we must be S back about the method of trial happiness? All the evidence proceeded to Yet, if our decisions all are .afterwards seems that you were
left. "We should be
just as often broken it. Smoothly ings into dehumanized slaveryand truthful and honest in all our. and error-namely that the says that it does not. The sin turn going made on the basis of, "What, :mistaken in your choice. This
his confidence threaten to enchain all of laws of laws. :.\ north, I insisted, "and we're :under these conditions would Is the
they have won dealings with our fellow men. morality are gets a stronger and stronger beauty of acting In accordance -
headed south. It
only to betray It. They have mankind. Purity and honesty and the: grip, the compulsion always was an over- I God probably want me to do?" < with God's will: even
I spoken to him with a double Even within the vaunted se And the second is to remem worship of God are as much l harder to resist, the pleasure cast day, but I had confidence.how can we ever go astray? 'when you are wrong you will
ber always that although men L in of direction. "Now
I heart"; that is, they have said curity of the democratic system laws as the laws of diet-They smaller and smaller. my "Yes, that sounds easy," you 1 be right.
deceive us again and again, soothed
relax friend
one thing and meant another. a system which depends may without and l[ operate whether we know themor L The moral muscles get flabby. just my may reply. 'The trouble is thatI God will turn your apparent
not a sure "We'll there. Strangely
we are me. get
R (This "double heart" 0 f the for its proper functioning on not; defective conduct hi L 1 from want of exercise, there( cannot always be sure that I :mistakes to His own good pur-
Mr psalmist is our "two faced.") the "intelligent voter," there is dependable refuge, for their regard will damage men]L i being no exercise in following; enough, after one or two more have discerned God's will cor- poses. In the long haul He will
and despera S The promises of the LORE:1 \ (I was sure) wrong turnings,
made false often frustration defective diet. let suffer because
Merchants have as certainly as inclination and In flabby mus rectly. Suppose that I have not you you
claims for their wares; men in are sure, like tried silver, freec l In the bodily order God ha;! cles there is neither health nor. we did arrive well on time. tried to figure out what God have tried to do His will.

high offices, with the power tion.To be an intelligent voter,, from dross, sevenfold refined. not taught us the laws; men l t happiness. To tone them calls t' "You should have had more would want me to do, but I With practice, this effort to

and the duty to correct abuses, one must make an intelligent; You, 0 LORD, will keep us anc l| have moved towards knowledge? for effort. trust in" me and enjoyed the guess wrong? This is what wor- make God's will the touch

have failed to do so, masking choice, one based on facts. preserve us always from thi::5 as best they can with endless; But unless men see reason l scenery, my friend chided, ries me." stone of all that you do will
While about us th<:! jokingly. "When did I ever lead
with loud But where does one go for generation, trial and masses of error. wilJ l
their neglect protes to make the effort, they The answer is that there become in time a habitual
tations of righteous Indignation the facts? wicked strut and in high plac< But in the moral order not make it. To'drift with in. you astray? cannot be a wrong choice as state of mind.
1 This little incident Illustrates -
and empty pledges which Purported facts have so ofter L are the basest of men. God has taught us the laws- clination is so much easier than.,L rather tell a frequent long as that choice has been Even In small decisions and

the results of damage to the to swim against inclination')
occurrence In our relationship made in accordance with God'swill almost automatically the ques-

Question BoxSfafe soul being so much vaster.. stream. with God. insofar as you can detect tion will flash in your brain,
Changing situations m a 2I r In the known Law of Goc l
His will. "What would God
1\\ In the lives of most of us probablywant
raise problems as to how th I I there must be many times Let us assume that you are me to do?
Counts Most laws to be applied. Freud:, effort.
of One
Praying are
human still
when, if we could catch His faced with an important decision Being you will

voice, we would hear God say, : to marry this man (or make your share of minor
Q. Since Catholics are of- t oral punishment due to sin. indulgences can be gained, bu,t Father Patrick O'Connoro "Why don't you have more woman) or not; to enter the "goofs." You will turn at the

fered so many opportunitiesto If a person gains a plenary rather on what is required t trust in Me? Why don't you convent (or seminary) or not; wrong corner, you will order

gain plenary indulgences, Fit :ndulgence on his deathbed, gain these indulgence Islam Fostered by British relax and enjoy life more? to accept this new job and the wrong-size shirt, you will
In order to gain an the horse at the
that fewJ tnd commits no more sin he When did I ever lead you move your family to another pick wrong
seems very vill immediately to heaven. gence attached to a prayer o ir astray?" city, or not; to place your race track. These lesser errors
would go to purgatory.A. good work a person must be i:" In Dubious Malaysian Plan ,are good for our humility.
If he gains it during his life, It is strange that there shouldbe mother in a home for the aged,
Idea the have th
I on of
hope your the state grace,
so much doubt and un- or not. They remind us of our human -
number of souls who go topurgatory ,ill the temporal punishmentlue time he necessary intention, and pei are being made to have Islam, the Muslim reli- easiness in our lives when the You pray earnestly for the ; fallibility but they are
but the ( to sin up to the work. PLANS
is correct, form the prescribed of the for of mind is guidance of the Holy Spirit. the which
is established as the "national religion" prols recipe peace so not ones destroy our
the indulgence re-
for I jains i it
which give For plenary indulgence,
reason you 1 noved. And if a plenary indulgence a posed Federation of Malaysia, though more than half o:f simple. You seek competent adviceit peace of mind.
;your statement is not very is the opinion of theologian
strong. IS is applied to a soul in that a person must also be fre,e the population will be non-Muslim.
Certainly the Church as an I purgatory that soul will go immediately -from venial sin and affectio n The two parties now preparing the final agreement 01 Washington Letter

all-loving Mother offers her ] to heaven. ror it.We. Malaysia--., are the British and the Malayan- -governments'.

children many opportunities But, these are tremendouslybig can be reasonably sure of The British governmentholds How have the non-Muslims

'; for gaining plenary indulgen-1 "ifs." They do not depend the state of grace by means of : sovereignty over Sarawakand fared under this Malayan con Red China Plans Further Conquests
how occasions plenary and contrition. But Sabah) and
ces.. which remove all the tern-I an many confession North Borneo ( stitution?

we don't have this same certainty maintains a protectorate over There is some discrimination year, like others in the recent past,is expected to be a troublesome one in foreign
when it comes to free- Brunei. The Federation of THIS
But TrueBy while Islam enjoys a As 1963 began, it was understood here that the lull in soviet communist
Strange dom from all the affection for Malaya acts for itself and for privileged status. __4.-:4.__ ____ __1._ 4._______.
venial sin. Singapore, which has already activity was oiiiy temporary.It would have any beneficial effect I have no peace with Red China.

1963 XC\VC In order to attain this, a voted to merge with it. All Christian schools are obligedto is certain communism has for the free world If he -Red China Is bent on taking,
M. J. Murray Copyright person must have a firm pur- the territories involved are allow their Muslim studentsto not turned in any degree from were supplanted by another I over the whole subcontinent,

:- :. eA STIDfl"4 CEN1uf pose of amendment for all within the British Common receive Islamic religious its aim of world domination, j and Is making no bones about
teaching in the school premises that relations between Soviet Red.The
I'S : qNTERN habitual sin.I wealth. unclear, but obviously J l 1
ff'5 do not wish to paint a glum during school hours. Russian communism and the
:. '. According to a well-informed threatening, situation was .
RECENTLYDISCOVERED picture of the possibility of Government spokesmen, Malayan free world have not improved,
British source, the British worsened by what has been
IN I and British, assure uneasy and that communist
WAS gaining plenary indulgences. authorities propose to accept a new prov- called a declaration of Red
', MADE JAPAN OT STONF.M am merely pointing out that constitution for the new fed- non-Muslims that with ocations could be expected this China policy. On December 31,
7 Islam as the "national religion"in
S 5.- S n4Eco.i4ccACROSf. plenary indulgences are not eration that will include a pro- year. the People's Daily In Peking
L automatically received after the vision making Islam the national Malaysia, freedom for other Nikita Khrushchev may have printed a very long piece

prescribed work is done, but religion. The Malayan religions would be maintainedand made the first agitating moveas which it called an editoriaL

'. require an interior disposition_ government, which has this "the state would be "see- 1962 ended.It Since the text has become avail-
ular. One British source as-
; The Church attaches indul- provision in its own constitu- was, and still Is, expected able here it has been called a Published FrUaT
near/is <&*& sured this correspondent that Tery
gences to prayers and good tion, wants to see it enacted for that he will try to In- manifesto. Observers have in- FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc.
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I PrayerS Uraed 'That All mav he One' ir2iT Correspondent ImpressedWith

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By Fr. Titus Cranny, S.A. fies so simply and so attractively date to save all men, even as

October the love of Christ for Jesus died for alL There is
13 Pope John
LAST LOUIS (NC-Plenty) of news was available at the
souls.It. but one Church as there is
met a group of non- ecumenical council's first session for reporters who were
Catholics who had to is charity above all that one Christ. I
come : k' I willing to dig for it the Columbia Broadcasting System'sRome
I ,
Rome for the opening of the will effect the desired reunion The love of the Holy Father .

Second Vatican Council a supernatural love should be a pattern for the : correspondent, Wins- ...__ __ ..._ ..__n V. .-I.*
In 11If'1 UI IIIII:' "-UUIU-U: lie dIU.
greeting them he said: "There rising from the hearts of the faithful everywhere. Each one : ton Burdett, has. said here. Other valuable news sources,

burns In my heart the intention faithful everywhere: has talent and opportunitieswhich __ __ "The news was there, It just he stated were the experts In

I of working and sufferingto It Is not enough for the Pope another does not. Each took some digging to get it," he various fields assigned to offer

hasten the hour when for and the Bishops of the Churchto should use time, talent, and reiterated. advice and information to the

all men the prayer of Jesus at be Interested In Christian every occasion possible to radiate "One of the amazing thingsis council Fathers.Mr. '

4 the Last Supper will have unity and to labor and pray for the love of Christ among the numbers of people who Burdett said there was

reached its fulfillment" it. A concern for souls out- those around him. Love should were available who were willIng no reason for surprise that the

Such Is the heart and Voiceof side the Church should live in impel every Catholic to pray to discuss the issues at press arrangements for the

the Holy Father, a faithful the heart of every Catholic. It fervently and confidently for __ great length," Mr. Burdett said. council did not compare with

echo of the Good Shepherd is simply a manifestation and the cause of unity. --yE: I zt; ,. He commented on news those for some other news making

whose vicar he is on earth. reflection of the spirit of the Such is the purpose of the __ __ coverage of the Second Vatican events.

Pope John has changed remarkably Good Shepherd who gave His Unity Octave: to stimulate the __ I Council In a recent talk "After all," he noted, "this

the religious atmosphere life for His sheep, and who faithful to pray for this vital _I _4- f- to the St. Louis Advertising was not like covering a Republican

of the Christian world asked from St. Peter a greater question, so that they may offer -_ _ Club: or Democratic national

and improved the possibilitiesof love than that of the other further prayers and good Mr. Burdett, non-Catholic, convention. This was an ecumenical -

Christian reunion. He told apostles. works throughout the rest of : took note of criticism of the council of the Church,

the group that he drew "spe- The Chair of Unity Octave, the year for the same holy I v- I' Vatican's arrangements for and it was not the same thingas
cial comfort" from their "
presence January 18-25, Is a providentialmeans cause. news coverage of the council. a political event.

at the ceremonies for the of putting Into prac. The Octave Is not kept in ,--t -c While the official Vatican press He predicted that the council -

opening day of the council: "If tice such love for souls. In the spirit of arrogance or t--_ releases were not detailed will go down in history as

: you could read my heart, you seeking for the reunion of per- pride. It is no credit to the I enough to-be of great value, he the "greatest event of the
would perhaps understand sons separated from her, the Catholic that he has the faith;; 1 ______'_-_..-_ -_ '' said, this did not prevent reporters -Church in this century."

) much more than words can Church does no violence to the this blessing is due to the free CHAIR OF UNITY OCTAVE APPROACHES from getting news. Pope John XXIII "has
say." "There were sources available opened the door for change,
of God. But
spiritual welfare of men. She grace gratitudefor
So the Vicar of Christ, the her mission a gift should move Young men at the Society of the Atonement Seminary Washington designedthe and the best sourcesof and that Is significant," Mr.
is simply being true to so great
poster they display for the observance of the Chair of Unity Octave this month.In .
successor of St. Peter, exempli. her by the Divine him to pray, to work, and to information" were the Fa. Burdett said.
St. Florida Father Irvine chancellor in with the observance -
Augustine, Nugent, joining
Redeemer, since the Church Is love for the fulfillment of the
around the world said "This crusade for is
: religious unity
Thursday prayer very
His Body of which He Is the Saviour's plea on Holy
Prescription Filled divine Head. : "that they all may be one timely now, due to the inspired leadership of our Holy Father who has constantly JACKSONVILLEA I

: Lenses Duplicated for reunion." The Octave will be observed in the Diocese of St.
Lenses The Church has the man. that they may be perfectedin prayers
Contact unity." Augustine, January 18 to 25.
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XXIII sent a handwritter L the Holy Father. brought together married cou

14f' Flowers for all occasions letter to Giuseppe Cardinal Piz.. The Pope has written to eachI Council Expert pies from various regions oi SHOE CRAFT CALL

SAY IT WITH I zardo, prefect of the sacrec I of the world's Bishops urgingI WASHINGTON (XC) -Father Spain. Resolutions passed, in

(HARDEN'S) FLOWERS congregation of seminaries anc I them to pray and work for the John J. King O.M.I., pro- eluding those concerning the RiverviewElectronics
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;; 4_' _______ EL 6-8139 25th year as Cardinal in mid.. ecumenical council, he revealed. the seminary of the Oblates of ucation, also called for: Thafinest

0 I December.The "We are all called on to co- :Mary: Immaculate here, has Cultivation of the sacramental For Radio

Pope praised the Cardi.. operate in this great event," hef been named an expert of the grace of marriage a s the a Shoe Hi-Fi TV
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ASPHALT-TILE-ASBESTOS St Bernard 2. 9:16. 10:10 Sacred Heart 10:10 St. Mary 1, '. 10:30 Incarnation 6:30. 8. 1:30. 11 OPEN 24 HOURS
Home AFOFKA Martyrs
$49.00 Average High School Auditorium 10 Holy Name 8. 9:30. 11. 12:30 St. John ':30 7o. 9, 10:15. 11:21: Phone 354-9688
Sno Kote Roofing & Coating Service Good Counsel a 10 Transfiguration I:30 of Lourdes 8. '. 10. 11 6:16. 8, 9. 10, 11:15. 12:1!!: Margaret Lyncker-Owner
Phone 768.5654 St. Thomas 8SO. 10:10 St Philip Neri 10:30 St Margaret 12 SEMINOLE AREA
(See SEMINOLE AREA) St :Madeleine Sophie Barat 8 Queen of Peace 7:30, t, 10:15 8, >:15. 10:15, l1ICBIEST.A. : I
BELLEVIEW St. Jerome 8. 10. 11:30INTERL.lCJlEN Sacred Heart 7. II, 10, 11 KEY
COSTUMES St. Theresa I St. Rita 10 St. Michael 1:
Made To Order t. St. Joseph 7, 8, $:15, 10:50,11:45 INVERNESS Blessed! Trinity 7. .:10, 11:30 Edward ;I I --- S
Rented, Designed, 1th AT. Chapel 6, 1:45 Lady of Fatima 'I:30, 11:15 ORANGE PARK ST. PETERSBURG
RATES TO SCHOOLS BRANDON JACKSONVILLE St Mary 9 Blessed Trinity 8, t:30. 11! -p San Jose
Nativity <, ':15, 10:80 Assumption 7,8:30,10.11,11 ORLANDO Holy Family
AND CHURCHES BROOKSYILLE Blessed Trinity 7, 9, 11 Good Shepherd. 6:45. 8. 9:30. 11. 12:11
$ St. Anthony 7, 10, 12 Christ the King 7, 8, 9:15. 10:30, 12 Immaculate Conception !1 18t. 'Beauty Centre
S THE STYLE & COSTUME SHOPEl BCNNELL 7, 8:30. 10. 11:15. 12:30( St Andrew John 7. 8, 9:30. 10:45, 11:[
St. Stephen 10:80 Crucifixion I:30 6:30. 8. 9:30. 11, 12:15 St. Joseph 7, 8. ':10. IJ:]
'6-5217 3304 N. Main St. BCBHNELL Holy Rosary 6. 7, 8. ':30, 11:30 St Charles St. Jude 7. 8:15, 930. 11, 12:21( Stilled and Experienced
St. Lawrence ISO Immaculate. Conception 6:30. 7:30. 8:10. 9:30. 11. 12 St. Mary 6:15. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1!
CALLAHANOur 6:30. 8:30. 10. 11:00 12:10 St James 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 St. Paul Operators For
Lady of Consolation 1 10 Most Holy Redeemer St. John Vlanney 0 6:30, 7:30. 9, 10:30. 11 HI! Your Beauty Care
CAMP SAN PEDRO Normandy School 8, 10 7. 8. ,. 10. 11:15. 12:30 St. Raphael 7,8:30.10.11:31
Howell Rd. 8 Our Lady of Angels t. 7, 9. 11 McCoy Air Base 8, 10, 12:20 Transfiguration
GEORGE & LA MARS CANOVA BEACH Faxon High 9:30 Orlando Air Base 7:30. 9. 10:15 11:21 Under New Management
Holy Name I, 11:15 Resurrection 7:30, 9:30, 12:30 TALLAHASSEE
.. CHUL OTA.Sportsman' Swisher Aud. 7:45. 10:30. 12 ORMOND BEACH
Sacred Heart 8, 10, 11:ISSt Blessed Sacrament 1959 SAN MARCO BLVD. Phone 398-3561
Club 7:30 St. Brendan 7:30. 1. 10:10. 12
STYLING STUDIO Matthew 1, 9, 10:10, 11:31)
cLEARWATER PALATKA Student Center 10. 11:3(
", St Cecelia.. 8. 7. 8. 8:30.11. 12:15 St. Patrick 7. 8:30. 1:30. 10:30 6. 8. 11:30 10:30 St Monica 7. 10:45 St. Eugene I:JI<
Blessed Sacrament 8, 8:10, 11 St Paul 7. 8:30. 10. 11. 12 TAMPA ALL STAR
...; SPECIALIZING COCOA BEACH st. Plus 7. 9. 11 Blessed Sacrament a:30, 11:11
San Josa 7. ,:!O. 12 PALMETTO Christ the King
AND Our BaYiour 7:80. 841.
:: CONWAY JACKSONVILLE BEACH Holy Cross I, ':30 ':30,7.5, 9, 10:15 11:30, 12:31 Business Machines Co.
St Paul 7, 8:30, 10, 11:30 PERRY Epiphany 6:30, 8, 10. 11:31.
IN MALE STYLISTS School Auditorium :11. and
THE BEST KEYSTONE HEIGHTSSt. Immaculate Conception 8 Good Shepherd II C Cleaning Repairs
CRESCENT: CITY William 10 PINELLAS PARK Holy Name I, II On Ail Males Of
I Air-Conditioned Night Appointments 6t John I KI8SIMMEE Sacred Heart Most Holy Redeemer Business Machines
Phone 765-5978 8132 Lem Turner Road CROSS CITY Holy Redeemer 7:30, ,:30, 11RORONA 6:30, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 12:30 7, 8:30 10, 11:15, 12:31
:. Air Force Bate 8 PLANT CITY Chapel .1 1
CRYSTAL KITES 1 SO St. Clement I, 9:15. 10:30 Perpetual Help 7, 8. 9. 10, 11]
St Mary :
!it. Benedict 1', I:30 PORT ORANGE Sacred Heart
I DADE CITY LAKE CITY Epiphany 8. 10, 11:30 I. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11:30. 12:31
!t. Bit .:*0, 8, 10, 11 Epiphany 7, 10 PORT TAMPA St. Joseph 7, 8, 9, 10:15, 11:Ie(I On. Day Service on Rubber Stamps
Ridge Manor 7:30 LAKELAND St Ignatius l St. Lawrence
DAYTONA BEACH St Joseph 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. U QUINCY 7. 8. 9. 10. 11:15. 12:3(: Ph. 353-1368 3726 Main St.
Our Lady of Lourdes LAKE MARY St. Thomas I \v. Hlllsborough ':10, 11:31(
8 SO. 1. .:11.11':u. 11:15.UU NatMty I. 10. 12 KOCKLEDQK St Patrick: 6:45.8:30.10.11:31Et (
St Paul 7, 8. 8. 10, 11. 12 LAKE WALES: St Mary 7:30, t, 11:30 Peter Claver 1, I
St Ana 1:10 LANARK St Ann 9. 10:30 St Ignatius 7. 8. 10. 11:31(
; DUNEDINOur Lady of Rosary 8. 10 6, 7:30, 9, 10:30. 11:30 Corpus Christ 1. I. 11 I
INSULATES BEAUTIFIES Lady of Lourdes LARGO St. Agnes 8 TITC8VILLE & Fender Work- Baked Enamel or Lacquer
7. 8:30. 10. 11:10 St Patrick 7:30. 9. 10:30. IS St. Benedict .:SO. 1 St Teresa 1:10, I. 11:IC I Insurance Claims Handled Promptly
DUPONT BASED Seal Covers and Convertible
: Attention I, 10, 11:11 LEESBDRO St. Thomas 9:30. 11 Dean Rd. School 8:4!!I Tops
ELKTONSt St Paul 'I:10. 9. 10:10. 11:30 ST. JOSEPH VENICE Pick Up and 'Delivery Service
ALL WORK GUARANTEEDFOR Ambrose 7. 10JO LIVE OAK Sacred Heart 6:30. StSO Epiphany 7:30. t, 10:31
ENGLEWOOD St Francis Xavier 8:20 ST. LEO
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St :Mary 7:30. I. 11 MACCLENNTSt : Espirita:: Santo
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SNO-KOTE ROOFING FERNANDINA: : BEACH Mary 12 Public School A uel. I 1244 Kings Ave.SOUTHSIDE 'i
St Michael 7:30, lltlO MADISOK SAN ANTONIO
COATING SERVICE GAINESVILLE: St Vincent 10 St. Anthony 7:30. t:10 St Margaret Mary
St Patrick 6. 1:SO, 9, 10:30, 12 MAITLAKD S4NFORD 6. 730. 9. 10:15. 11:15. 12:1! -
Phone 768-5654 7523 No. Main St. Catholic Student Center St. Mary Magdalen AH Souls 6:15. 8:30. 10. 11:30 ZEPUYRH1LLS
1:10, 11 7. 3:30. 10. 11. 12 Naval Air Station 10:10. 12 St Joseph 8. 11

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1_ Page Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 11, 1963 ..- .. .. ,
Bishop Serves as Papal Sacristan

I Orlando Bishop Investigates L :

____ MORNING STAR __ Chapels TreasuresBy

IU Last Sunday in all the area's New Technique of Teaching Overseeing _

__ parishes pulpit announcements
__ James C. O'Neill

I- encouraged ishioners at attendance the forthcoming of par- Reading Started in Britain NCWC News Service

fashion show for the benefitof VATICAN CITY-Many ancient treasures are entrusted to the special care of the _
CLEVELAND (NC) Auxiliary Bishop Clarence E Lierde As the title his
I Morning Star School in Or- papal sacristan, Bishop Peter Canisius van O.E.S.A. implies,
lando. Elwell, Cleveland diocesan school superintendent, has left i pL I major task is taking care of the chapel of Pope John XXIII and providing all the

_____ The Morning Star AuxiliaryI here for Great Britain to study a new method of teaching +"h1'H.a' bU ,1AI'AOO5'7"""" """ ""J "VA.fnr tViA'" <..ol......- 1 ticularly rich since It has be-
is sponsoring the fashion showon reading to beginners. The method is called "initial teach.medium" ebration of Mass.
4 rome the custom that when anew
ing and is based on an augmented Rom The and his assis-
Wednesday, January 16, at a 11 Bishop ] Saint or blessed Is declared
8 p.m. in the Egyptian Roomof aipnaoeu; tants are also responsible for i '
The new alphabet is not I'. 4 a relic in a specially designed
the Plaza hotel. ;''''I.(::;: "'''I'==-- -iY'LINEN -- in the i 4I
Cherry An experiment in the methodis spelling reform. SHOWER FOR CHARITYBus all the chapels Apostolic container is presented
Professional models and fashIon now in its second year andis palace, including the Pope's !
Children it for 1 to the Pope.
use a
year will be furnished January
service on Thursday,
commentator will present being conducted in 75 British private chapel. He must also !
or two, then make a gradual Many of the reliquaries are
17 for those without transportation who wish to patronize -
fashions by Jordan Marsh accompanied schools with 2500 children. provide all the sacred vessels ;
transition to the conventional j Df extremely delicate and inventive
the annual linen shower for the Mary Help of Chris-
by music provided and vestments needed by the
Elwell commented be-
Bishop 26-Ietter .
by the store.Auxiliary alphabet.This tians School in Tampa. Plans for the :Mama Margaret Pope during a solemn pontificalMass. design-such as the
fore his last week
departure raises one of the ,I silver tower surmounted by a
ticket chairman, that the new method "looks tions which Bishop Elwell ques if: Guild event are discussed, above, from left, by :Mrs. J. W. silver sphere containing a

Mrs. Frank Flynn may be.promising" and might be combined going to London to investigate: Lynch, :Miss Elizabeth Davlin, :Mrs. J. Watson and Father The Dutch Bishop Is also relic of St. Frances Cabrlnl-

'I reached at the hotel Cherry : with the present phonics whether the transition fron I Alvin Manni S.D.B., school director. The time: at the responsible for taking care of and are real treasures of the
1-3311, for tickets and additional 2 17. Bus leaves the papal collection of relics
school's at January
of dining room
system teaching reading. one alphabet to another unfavorably p.m., jeweler's and the metal work
information on the fashion and of all the precious gifts
Whereas the standard Eng affects the children'; at 1:30 pjn. from Sacred Heart Church in downtown er's art.
show. She plans to have her given to Popes over the cen. -
lish alphabet has 26 letters spelling skilL Tampa.
Because the office of sacris-
staff at the ticket table at the turies by kings and nations.
' for 43 basic sounds, the new tan is so ancient, there are various -
door of the Egyptian Room These include miters, tiaras,
method uses an alphabet with African Prelate Reasons
Explains odd special customs
from 7:15: p.m. on, the eveningof chalices crosiers and rings of
the show. 43 symbols, each of which is inestimable value. connected with it. The sacris-

I_ The price per person will be always pronounced the same Council Fathers Debated Schema The post of sacristan is an tan, for example serves as a

two dollars for the benefit of way. ancient one in the papal house- poison taster

the school for the handicapped Explaining the advantage of hold. Since 1352 the office has Although t I m e shave

children. this for beginning readers CAPE TOWN, South Af]rica (NC-The main differences of opinion in the ecumenical always been entrusted to a changed, Bishop von Lierde,

Miss Marjorie Orr of Jordan Bishop Elwell said: council's debates concerned. the presentation not the doctrine of the various projectshat member of the Order of the still today follows the rubricsset

I Marsh the coordinator of the "In learning to read with presented to the council. T: is the opinion expressed here by Archbishop Owen :Mc- Hermits of St. Augustine, to down and at pontifical

fashions, will comment as the our present alphabet children Cann of Cape Town on hi::) which Bishop van Lierde be- Masses: offers Pope John
Archbishop McCann stressedthe episcopal responsibility
models display the fashions. must make deductions as to return from the Vatican. longs. three hosts. The Pope
evident unity of the Bishops discussed at the First Vatican -
_ Miss Orr has had shows in New \hat is the correct sound. If In 1929, when the state of chooses one and then the
Archbishop McCann said ban 1 with Pope John XXIII as Council ((1869-1870)) but it
York Miami Rome and Paris the child doesn't come up with Vatican City was created, the Bishop eats the remaining
interview in th
published e pontiff on the one broke before this could be
supreme up
the sponsors indicated. the right deduction often post of vicar general for the t
Catholic newspaper, Th e hand and on the other, thee done, he explained.
enough he may lose confidenceand small city state was added to
Southern Cross, that som "collegiality" of the Bishops Although the council's first This practice dates back to

1 GEORGE STUART recommends become a slow reader. council Fathers wanted th e as the successors of the Cols session seemed slow-moving, that of sacristan. the Middle Ages when there
Lierde Is
Thus Bishop van ,
projects-technically known a lege of the Apostles. He'stated: it was a success, Archbishop Bishop van Lierde was real danger of a Pope being
_ IDEAL School Figures schema-to be presented in :a "The Bishops were very con- McCann said.It in effect, the Bishop of Vatican poisoned by an ambitious rivaL

CANBERRA, Australia (XC) tone that is "pastoral evange:(l- scious that they were meeting was inevitable that in an City responsible to the Among the most beautiful The rubrics also require the
: EXPENSERECORDS for the welfareof
-Catholic schools taught almost ical and meaningful for 01". as a body to legislate with the assembly of 2500 who all had Pope the than 1000 citiz ns. items is a complete set of Bishop to taste the wine be-

20 per cent of this coun dinary people in contradistinction :' Pope for the whole Church, not the right to speak, the debates more broad shouldered vestment given to Pius IX fore it is presented to the Pope.
The genial,
try's school pupils last year. to the scholastic and juristic ;- merely as representatives of should be protracted he added. that the of by: Emperor Ferdinand I of Bishop van Lierde, whose
prelate notes post
Planned by Commonwealth statisticianK. manner in which they hal d their dioceses.v The machinery of debate had Austria. The vestments" covered duties require him to be closely
I- experts M. Archer reported at year's been drawn up. Jt is this vie "This universal responsi. to be worked out-it was a new vicar general in Cityis with embroidered scenes) associated with a Pope, said he

weekly12c end that 429,522 out of a total -that of the majqrity whicl]k bility was emphasized in thee experience for all the Council not a simple one. from the Old and :New Testa- was most impressed by Pope
"It has a most particular ,
population of 2,187,609 went to is behind the revision of th discussions. Fathers-but this has been mentis took 23 people 16 Pius XII's accuracy and punc
character. as can be imagined
monthly Australia's 1750 Catholic schema which is being undei "1 expect that a declarationwill achieved, he noted. The emphasis years to complete. tuality.
easily, the Bishop explains,
I- J 30CCOMPLETEtntertainment schools which are staffed by taken." be made at the next session in the procedure was on "from the great difference of Bishop van Lierde is particularly Aside from his many duties,

12,306 teachers. which will emphasize' its the freedom of the Bishops to rank nationality and walk of interested in the papal: the constant attendance on the

importance in the ordinary day express their views. When a life of the people living here collection of relics. "We have Pope demanded by his position,
1 FAIRVIEW to day life of the Church," he closure was felt to be called, from to approximately 250 to 300 reliquaries Bishop van Lierde has found
varying high prelates
Cleaners & Laundry 1 predicted.It for, the Bishops themselves. doorkeepers." many of very fine design time to write a book on the
Calendars) Printing had been intended that voted on it, he concluded.
Labels Plaques Featuring The sacristan of the Pope is, which we are workingto Vatican which has been trans-
Postcards Badges of the house more suitably." lated into four languages.The .
naturally an
Oriental Fabric Care ,
Trophies DpcalsGImmicks Flags 4315; Edgewater Dr., Orlando14k. J Teachers Urged to Alert Pope's household. Visitors who At Pope John's orders a book, "Behind the

Book :Matches Bumpef Strips enter the Inner courtyards of small hall to the left of the Bronze Door" (a reference to

I ,travel, Call Peter Schaal's 1 Students to Harmful Books the Vatican find Bishop van Matilda chapel in the Vaticanhas the bronze door which is the
-.tomobile, Incidental-even petty Religious Items Lierde's apartments in the old- been remodeled to hold the usual entrance Into the Vat
fash.Meets latest tax ORLANDO ADVERTISING
requirements. Sterling Rosaries CINCINNATI (NC-A i niversity professor has can, er part of the Apostolic palace. reliquaries. Another hall to the ican), was originally publishedin
South MarnollaPhone Next to Publix: tioned high school literature teachers to take special can"we're I i As his front yard he has the right of the same chapel: nas: Dutch, and has since been
GEORGE iSTtfART OA .4-7335 OrUnd 2300 Edgewater Drive in guarding their students magnificent Ducal Hall, a huge been prepared for the s a S e published In French and

113 East: Rabiiuon Orlando You A ama It'e Product It GRAY'S JEWELRY from harmful books. living in a pagan millet L; hall of state leading to the Sistine purpose and the two are knownas Italian. A Spanish editidn is

Wiont QArdM 1-4511 Father M. Joseph Costelloe In which traditional moralitj r, chapeL the Halls of the Holy Relics. now ready and it is under consideration
has been ':
S.J., classics professor at widely In his sitting room are autographed Among the relics conservedin by an American pub-
This is reflected in
Creighton University, Omaha, pt 'sent-daJ r pictures of Pope Pius the papal collection is the lisher.
writing he said.
I WINTER PARK sounded the warning before XII and Pope John which he skull of St. Lawrence, the An enthusiastic talker 'withan
more than 100 Sisters of Char-,,' Teachers have a responsibility has been given during the 10 Roman martyr who was roasted outgoing nature, Bishop

ity from three states at anJ in-j he said to ascertain wha.: years he has been sacristan. on a,grill; the stole of the van Lierde has visited the United -

stitute on high school literature books may be harmful for theli The post carries with ll Cure of Ars and the papal vest States twice: and 'has

H BARNES I Children's teaching held at the sister- students. some heavy responsibilities ments of St. Pius V and St. traveled from coast to coast.

DRAPERY AND AUTHORIZED PAQUETTE MOTORS DEALER hood's Mount St. Joseph moth- Father Costelloe asked: "Car L and some odd customs from Pius X.The Many of the hundreds of, visitors

- FLOOR COVERING, Inc. Hawk Enrliah Ford Lark Clothes Line erhouse here. a prudent reader of good mora]l former and more dangerous Vatican collection of who come to see him year

. FREE ESTIMATES btudcbakrr Truck In an interview, he said that character derive aesthetic: centuries. relics and reliquaries is par ly are Americans.

Used Car Finest in Clothing' high school reading lists sometimes .pleasure from a book which is;i Certainly the preservation of
2008 N. Orange Ave Cor. Church I S. Or. BUm. Tr.
- GArden 5-3487 GA 3-1653 For Girls & Boys include books which fundamentally immoral?" the papal treasury and relic

I _ _ _ _ % o2',4 Edgrwattr Dr. OA 4-77S8 students aren't mature enoughto "Older critics, such as collection is heavy. Althoughthe
read without danger. Aristotle, would deny the private treasury of the ORLANDO WINTER PARK

"Some of the moral problems possibility," he said, "but Popes does not match the

I- 7. \ rDONUT Gary's Duck Inn encountered in reading," sonic modern critics seem to splendor or artistic wonder of

he said, "are excessive realIsm imply that morality has little the treasuries of Europe's for

I 44 Varieties Delicious New England GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE in situation and dialogue, to do with art." mer kings, such as the Haps- O'HEIR'S I FRANCES O'HEIR
Style Hand-Cut Donuts FINEST and the portrayal of false Recalling Aristotle's warninj:; burg emperors or the Russian FIXE FOOD STORE DISTINCTIVE GIFTS
L. WORLD'S FINJ5ST CUP OF COFFEE philosophies." that certain plots should not be> czars it nevertheless is, an impressive FOODS FRO ALL NATIONS
OUR DUNK lIAR Phone GA 4-4531 Looking at the problem from used because they offend man's:;; collection.For (EXCM'T COMMUNIST.) UK SHIP K\KKYWIIERE

ki 2215 E. COLONIAL DRIVE _3974_ So._ Or._ _BI. _Trail another angle, trouble arises moral sense, he said: over the centuries the Mallland Food Gift Plaza, rhrmmlnr Highway 17-95 Etc. Maltlend Placa Highway 17Maltland .
r- read books that "Aristotle also have been showered Maltland MI 4-3687 MI 4-4571
when students observes thai Popes
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are primarily intended for in judging what is pleasant 01 with precious giftsSome of

I-I adults, he said. unpleasant we should go b)r these are kept in the public
OE Father Costelloe observed the judgment of a pruden I; treasury, located on the left Complete Pest Control Furniture Reupholstered
At Prices You Can Afford
YOUTH CENTRE INC. man just as with respect t() side of St. Peter's basilica andL LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING

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I-_ For Girls & Boys of St.. Charles School & Council TopicsMADRID the man who is sick." Another part of the collec- Dr.P.O. Box 2148 \ \ So.Orange Ave.
GA 5-1717
OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS 935 SO. ORANGE (XC) Ecclesia, tion, however, is not normally Orlando 2il-S40

66 NO. ORANGE AYE.- PH. GA 2.6338 PHONE GA 24221 organ of Spain's Catholic Ac- Uganda Change*;; opened to the public. It is

tion organization, has listed 20 kept upstairs in the Vatican
Our Heart's in OUR Work topics which it says the Anthem to Include I because the Pope today uses RUBY'S FABRICS

Why not live in :Monterey or Meadow Uroukrr's'? ecumenical council will discussin Name of God I various items from it in cele- FABRICS and PATTERNS

r \Ve have a home designed for your family _ _ _ the future.At brating daily Mass and in sol- UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor
the close of the first session KAMPALA, Uganda (XC) -_ emn ceremonies at St. Peter's

DEMETREE BUILDERS PENCRAFTERSOF of the council it was an- This young country's nationa I[ and elsewhere. Girls of Bishop Moore High School

ORLANDO nounced that the 70 topics. anthem has been changed to in. Probably the most precious 947 SO. ORANGE AVE.- PH. GA. 5-4429
5307 East Colonial Drhe
CR 7-1922 would be reduced to 20. elude the name of God. item-if not the most beautiful
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-is chalice
Eccle ia thinks the topics Minister of information an<<1[ a
: Fountain Pen'
broadcasting A.A. Nekyon ,. melted down from a gift, studding -
will be
Pencils. Ballpoint Refills. Books. : an
Leather & Plastic Imprinting. Sources of Revelation.The nounced the change recently, it with the 500 diamonds -

I I Sales & Service Name Plastic.Plates Cigarette& Desk Lighters Signs Re-of Church. in the national assembly here., sent along as a coronation

Design_Construction_ Chemicals paired. The Blessed Virgin Mary. The first line of the anthemwas token in 1847. BUMBY HARDWARETWO

Equipment Service 10 East Church Street The deposit of Faith. changed to: "0 Uganda, The chalice Is used by Pope
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Chastity.Marriage. replaces the words0 as when he offered
RUDY SHODIS GA 3-7678 CY 3-2101 : and virginity in the Uganda thy people praise :Mass on the day of his coronation -
family. thee." In 1958.
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 11, 1963 Page Seven I

f Possessions Show Faith Practiced .
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;n ; ,. M. +.. '.. 'S S. a,.., : !t < ,} 'W. .. "i"VM
Cuban War r > r;: { ? '
PrisonersMONTCLAIR 1ne
I ByRansomed : A a\ Si ; a' + ri. ;: A $,., a ,a ; "'H notar, e:a'x>," :, \ < '"

, New Je sey (NC)-Rosaries made off beans and matchsticks were 4 .? St Y'x gixtb"y 0 r'3E E a/ Sh w \P'\4 .x4:.dv.v k vnf$ ''''' ,/> }.) 'f'v' f-< > l' \ 'S 3\, 5
among the few possessions (> some of the ransomed Cub a 1 war prisoners, according to ..;wxtya. e 'e ,'. ,', _/a\:4 ,,; : ( :' s'1W'4 ,

", a United States immigratio n official. Angela Aiello, a su pervisor of port receptionists < ,.t$ Oj .

f at New York's Idlewild airport was on hand in Miami f om December 19 on, waiting ,.A.J.: yc: \ .ptc. 2. "'.3t iC ;,,, ; a ,,, \ \\
) + i14 'yMw\ ,. '; a i \
r ,, V\Y aa ?%'f. \ S 4 (
for the deal for the prisoner:3 ;
I to rested in the fact that it wasa people and wishing each of
go through.
i work of love. No one was them God's blessing.
Miss Aiello recalled her experiences .-
' doing it for personal gain. With 'The men cheered and then
II In an interview hereShe '
had an unusual God's help our dream was real- began filing out of the aircraft. 3; ., .51: av. xn w. f
opportunity *
: "
ized. To everyone's amazement, they
to see the reactions of th( s
I Miss Aiello told of the long were in reasonably good physical y
returning prisoners, since sh<<<
was assigned to the deplaning\ wait for the planes and watch- condition, though many
area. Ing a long line of red ambu- were thin and stared from

"Many of the prisoners," sh; lances line up on the field to glassy eyes.

said, "wore around their necks j receive what they thought "As we shook their hands d, ,.T VTYC
i rosaries which they had madE? would be many stretcher cases. and led them to buses they a a&w. w 'fix ,\ ; 1Y ,Y : t

out of beans, match sticks another d[ "A chill ran through my smiled and said 'Muchas x'a
gracias senorita.: A few kissed
: pieces of wood. A few oi f f body, she said. 'Everyone
j! them gave their rosaries-theii'r stood In silence and watched. the ground. One said he was
happy to be back in his second
, only possessIons-to the port t Everyone wondered what it
I receptionists. would be like when they filled fatherland. Many embraced
\ their former brigade membersof
\ "One man carried a little those ambulances.
the Cuban families .
brine of Our Lady that he But it was many hours later committee ., +A.M 4.
.. had made. The strong religions before the first plane arrived. with tears in their eyes. 55 .2 :a? .a: .,. 0. r ''"")8a

devotion of these men "A port receptionist boardedthe "As they passed the port re ,. + J' Y. .yt32y>8'ara px aya6.. $ ...xw.. Rp ,.ra ) T:5 go w ,y i i'd4, qa\ yF y*4A. a.
1C4 .
0 \ 4aw
e J ;u t
? -tie + ,
ceptionists heard r 5 't Y tC 7 ; .4
they over and 43
, was: apparent." aircraft with the public \ "' "', ,.,.,t Z;:'aFq '
A member of the Cuba health over 'Bienvenidos' (welcome) ,. :
i she
inspector, recalled. y # i! : "+ ',4.
families committee, which ha I "The receptionist spoke in and 'Feliz Navidad' (Merry .'
i arranged the release, told hei* Spanish welcoming the men Christmas)." --. :"1' ;',G.iry ( .IfI ', t "n aa* J +ll l k.L .
that "the success of the project t on behalf of the American PROGRESSES ON MATER ,
men told her that Castro had I

j _
ordered the fed
prisoners well

L DAYTONA BEACH before their departure, put out 'fy s' .. .. .y' DAYTONA BEACH
in the sun and given haircuts .
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and new clothes. !tCxn

I Welcome TravelersFurniture But their jailers couldn't % 4p
} Q
resist one last thrust, they : iSS CHINESE &
YARNS said.

, BISHOP-WOODSIDE Porch and Patio specialties Miss Aiello said they had AMERICAN FOODS a0

Knitting Instructions Rattan Wrought Iron been put on buses or lined up Y. vAi "

\ 633 N. Grandview Aluminum just to annoy them. Some of Chop Suey 0 Steaks .

Phone 252-5006 Highway I Ormond Beach the prisoners were on buses for w AL OCiK' Hxa, 9 SeafoodKONAKAI /f

1 five hours within sight of the 5.4 55 5s 4a

waiting planes. RESTAURANTORDERS

1 Guards would board the 63 f
{A zc : r4bS n gp.r.wSp.
Italian and American Food buses, the prisoners told her, p. '5 S
Letter Press & Offset and say: "You aren't going. All : i' ro-t .r>,btn.kv+ny \ :dd b,aE DL4:

Open 5 P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M. Couehman Printing Co the planes have already gone." 2-9487 703 Ridgewood Holly Hill

Banquet FacilitiesClosed J. HaUorT, Owner i ax.i
iL4W A"
CL 2-4284 "
138 4U a.S
Magnolia :aD ('q Y9 + Fy:; +J C. jv.
Mondays Public Said .0,1.64 Furniture Books WhiU In Daytona Beach atop at

Greeting Cards KAY'S Restaurant

:1290 I SO. RIDGEWOOD Hats Cleaned & Blocked Smut Problem ; Office Supplies AT REASONABLE FOOD PRICES
Member Our of Lourdes
CL 2-1357 v;, u A xt K'.:Jr'YM+'x.r," 't3.1:" .,.. 118 North Beach Street DELICIOUSCL
639 N. GrandviewBurn's tP .
WASHINGTON (NO -The : S' I1'W+ I r961+e r 2f4 s.,v Mia": e. v.::.4e,.,. .....Q x ,;S4.J. .. 4 atiak; RJti'\ 'aWOF.yy:v' 2-3473 HOMEMADE PASTRIES
National Office for Decent I
which was set up in .

v Supply Company 1938 to combat indecent period- Joe Williams EXPERT RADIO & TV REPAIRS

ical literature aimed at youth,
Complete Line Of recently reported "increasing New Films LARRY'S TV DRIVE INDay

JANITORIAL SUPPLIES public awareness" that objec- 'Like Father
Reviewed recently' and classified Achieving Phone CL 3.0821Nite Phone CL 2-1760
I Phone 252-8114 651 No. Beach St. tionable literature is a pressing by the Lesion of Decency. ,
LARRY GOWEN, Owner 720

civic Consequently problem. its annual re- Morally Unobjectionablefor Adults Like Son' Sports Goal Hard
port said, there has been an Floyd J. Tredway's

increased influence of opinion (Univ-IntL.) is one category sports in which sons have not
.,S. Wm. A. Ritzi & t Sons 'held by well-informed citizens Morally Objectionable THERE successful in taking up where their Daytona Moving & Storage Co. !i

whose sense of is af- in Part for All
Registered Jewelers decency fathers left off and that's in the management end. Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.
fronted by newsstand displaysof NO EXIT (Fr.)
122 N. Beach St. CL 22552WEBB'S Branch Rickey's son must have recognized early that
publications which are designed 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1G36 560 So. BIvd.-RE 4-5587
I American Gem Society his trail-blazing father was too tough a
to appeal to "the most
Cardinal l Cushing Junior advanced
/ depraved tastes." challenge. never beyond

I WOODS On the other hand, the Chi Archdiocese ? a minor role. Seemed, in fact, to prefer REEDS DISCOUNT
cago-based office reported, Says %' it that way. Same with Connie Mack's

FUEL OIL CO. courts do not share this opin ToHaveTVStation Earle and Roy. They eventually sold out. New FURNITURE Used

BAR. B. 9 ion. Among others, it cited the Judgment on Calvin Griffith, foster son
Phone 252-1524 United States supreme court's BOSTON (NO)-Plans for an ., -, of Clark Griffith, who came up throughthe

;I RIBS-BEEF HOLLY HIL'LHENRY'S decision last June in which archdiocesan educational and ranks to win pennants and world 1100 FLOMICH AVE- HOLLY HILL-CL 3-M27

I, PORK-CHICKEN Justice John M. Harlan wrote religious television station series Washington must be withheld.
that obscene material] which Will begin operationsthis
I. allegedly League politics, rather than individual ac-
ORDERS TO .GO LUGGAGE SHOP may not be banned from the year were announced here
\ tivity, opened the way to his success in RIDGEWOODUPHOLSTERERS
Corner Ridgewood Largest selection of all types mails unless it is guilty of by Richard Cardinal Cushing,
the franchise shift to : Horace Stoneham has
I and Big Tree Road of luggage, handbags, gifts "patent offensiveness." Archbishop of Boston. Minneapolis. .
and had an erratic tenure and Lee :MacPhail's is too i
leather as yet
South goods at lowest and
Daytona "This decision, said the The station's educational
prices. 244 So. Beach St. brief to tell.
Phone 255-2827 Ivy Lane Corner NODL, "indicates how narrowly religious programs will orig- The White Sox fell apart under ed, offered future security to 20 Years Experience
CLinton 21313cCjranJ the supreme court, as inate from the archdiocesan his sons. >a
presently constituted, will de- television center in Boston. A Lou Comiskey. Phil Wrigley Once he said to me: "I can't 1 Free Estimates

fine obscenity all intent transmitter will be constructedin seems more interested in tell yet whether Jack wants to llr2h4 and
bizarre innovation than the ,Free Pick-up Delivery
and purpose equating it with nearby Woburn. be a lawyer or a golf champion ::
a '4 Prescription Shop hard-core pornography in Cardinal Cushing said in his Cubs winning. ."

its protection of the current New Year's message that approval Walter Briggs Jr. failed with With Wellington it was dif 816 No. Ridgewood

SINCE 1932 concept of free speech"The for the station was expected -the Tigers. ferent; as a young man he had Phone 253-0125

NODL said its listing oi shortly from the federal Two exceptions come to fallen hopelessly in love with

I I Prescriptions called for and delivered. pocket-size books and established -. communications commis mind. One may be debatable.Do the Giants.It .

Rental and sale of Hospital Beds, magazines and comic: sion. The station will broadcast you rate Bill Veeck Jr. presently developed Jack POWDER PUFF ".J01l will be glad you topped"Quick

books in terms of their suit. on ultra high frequency. (his father once generalmanaged wanted to be neither lawyernor &
Walkers, Canes Crutches Elastic Hose. tc Monsignor Walter L. Flah he wantedto BEAUTY SALON Tasty
ability for youth now goes I the Cubs) a baseball executive golf champion;

k individuals and organizationsin : erty, director of the television or a promoter? In work with his dad in the Coffee Shop
Complete line of sick room supplies.CL .
each of the 50 states, most t center, said 100 archdiocesan either case, he had winners in front office. Creative Hair Styling
2.3671-2.3672 246 So. Beach St. of Canada and several other. schools are presently equipped Cleveland and Chicago. Work and learn. And today Permanents, Silver Blending Chicken Ocean-Fresh Steak Seafood- Ham

areas, although the office does i to receive television programs. John he has no superiors. and TintingHelen Dinner Sandwlche
Quinn's position is more
Directly on the OceanI
not solicit subscriptions. By next fall all 340 schools in clearly defined. He in Wellington, virtually born to M. Behecnk. OB 7-4111. Mil. North *fOBMOND
grew up
Archbishop William E. Cousins .. the archdiocese will have the the game, didn't have to workor 50 So. Atlantic Or mood Beach BEACH
SCHOOL OF MUSIC baseball with his dad, the re-
tI of Milwaukee is chairman L necessary equipment, he said. learn. Now he rates with Opp. Coqaln Hotel OR 7-3859
doubtable Bob; John put the
committee foi. Eventually the station will also Branch and
FRANK RICKARDS of the episcopal Milwaukee (nee Boston) Rickey George
R the NODL. Monsignor ThomasJ. j broadcast religious and educational Weiss as talent scout and
Braves two
J together, won
MUSIC CENTERA Fitzgerald is executive see. programs for the general championships, missed a thirdin shrewd trader. Retail Sales
retary. public, it is planned. All the conventional attri- DAYTONA
a play-off, was never worse Discount Prices
Modern Approach To Music Education butes enter into the young
than third and is
currently revitalizing -
Instructions On All Musical Instruments Participate in Growth By the Phillies. Maras' success-hard work, en-

i terprise, alertness, fiscal dar- FURNITURElarge
\ .' 642 No. Grandview Phone 252-6123 Thus far the discussion has
ing, etc. To these they addedan
ToldFRESNO been restricted to major
Fund Raising Help, Men league basebalL What about insistence on character,

DAYTONA AUTO: PAINTERS i major league football-the discipline and personal appear- Selection SHOWROOMS
church ance.
NC of raising
( ) -Improved means ?
pros Furniture
Paytonak tRODUCTIQNAUTOMOBILE funds are necessary to meet "the needs of the growing Their players must earn the Quality
Here the field is more limit-
of the fans.
Church to auxiliary Bishop Harry A. Clinch respect
ed. Offhand we can recall only
Part of Tim Mara's philos- Robert L. White Pres.
01 MontereyFresno.Bishop : nonce is a new pastoral ap- the second generation Bidwellsof ophy was that "only winnersgo

PAINT and BODY SHOP Clinch, In a guest edi- proach to church support, one the St. Louis Cards and, of to dinner." Obviously, his Municipal Airport Off Hwy 92

torial for a church support which brings spiritual and course;the Maras. sons agree.

Auta Painting from $34.75Asfc issue of the Central California practical results. It is an or- The Maras stand out. Jack Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building

tour Neighbor" Register, diocesan newspaper, ganized effort to spread the and Wellington, sons of the
said the clergy "have been inclined cost over the greatest number late Tim Mara, are totally responsible Bookends

544 No. Segrave Daytona CL 3-5873 to sell the Catholic lay, of adherents. for the continuing, "His Father's Business" by "
man short" by shielding the "It gives the average Catholic consistent success of the Giants Wilfrid Diamond, Just published CLEANERS

laity from "the hard facts of a new satisfaction by be- -four Eastern championshipsin by Our Sunday Visitor DETERGENTS

CL 2-2220 CL 2-2220 parish and diocesan costs." coming an active participantin the past five years. Lawyer- Inc, Huntington, Indiana, may DEODORANTS oLithl'aiFe

Laymen "want adequate religious his Church's progress. trained Jack is in charge of be purchased for 50 cents post FLOOR WAXESINSECTICIDES

I Water Conditioning and educational facilities "It makes for greater parish business affairs, his younger age paid from OSV. The author .

Air Conditioning "I,18111J Makes Good Water too much to be dismayedat cooperation and coordination.It brother of player personnel. who Ih es in New Smyrna DISINFECTANTS CHEMICAL I CO.

I the Priest and together It wasn't until the senior Beach is This is the seventh
Makes Good Air ( J Better At A Savings paying pro rata cost, brings people 78.
.... he declared.He in a new understanding Mara went into retirement that book he has had published SWIM POOL CHEMICALS DOESN PAY"

Better At A Very Of $9.80 Per Month added, however, that In t with common goal. he gave serious thought to the since he retired as a railroad I EQUIPMENT& SUPPLIES "GRIME

Reasonable Cost T seeking the financial support: "Properly done it will clear possibilities of the Giants fran- clerk. He has a Priest-son of MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS & DISTRIBUTORS
Code 6616 ( Housekeeping of the laity for the Church, the> away most obstacles to ade- chise he had bought some years the same name in California. CHEMICAL SPECIALTIESalso

Figure) approach must be "spiritual,, quate church facilities, educational -earlier in a casual offhand man Mr. Diamond says his latest

reasonable and practical. functions, welfare work work is devoted to Holy Week
ner.The A Complete: Line of Janitorial Equipment:
Lindsay Water Conditioners Bishop Clinch said: "Organ- and a fuller practice 0 f the franchise, apart from and he recommends it especially -
Municipal Airport 253.2537 Daytona Beach, Floridaf
ized parish and diocesan fi. Faith," the Bishop concluded. immediate returns, he conclud- for reading during Lent.



Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 11, 1963 C R S Expands .

I TMassGuideL'UNDAY I | I

Humility of Researchers Steadies Expert Tells How Foreign ; January 13

Holy Family. (Mass of feast,

I Men, Eases Tension, Says BishopPHILADELPHIA Charities Bureaus Aided Epiphany Gloria: Creed). Preface of

CLEVELAND (NC-Assistance extended through the :MONDAY, January 14
(NC-Bishop) John J. Wright of Pittsburgh has lauded the humility
world-wide relief agency of United States Catholics has !St. IlIIar)'. (Mass' of a Doctor

of today's scientists and the steadying influence they can bring to easing world enabled the founding of native Catholic charities bureausin Gloria, 2nd prayer of St.

n.l.tensions.__ __ ,The. .... Bishop. ...preached... at a :Mass he offered in Philadelphia's Cathedral of Sts. 1 a number of underdeveloped and emerging nations, Felix, Common Preface).

rcwr ana ram on uecem- side, it includes preeminentlythe the scientist brings the :Monsignor Raymond J. Gallagher, an expert in charities 'TUESDAY, January 13
her 30. ,
"- St. Paul the first hermit.
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destiny of helping to easea steadying influence and saving worK, nas sam nere.
Citing discourses of Pope vinced that the Church is in- (Mass of feast, Gloria. ndIra.t'r
major tension of our civilization example of his characteristic The praise of Monsignor Gal-'
Pius XII John terested in them in the development .
and writings of -
; of St. Maurus, Common
lagher, of the National
-one of the many and virtues Bishop Wright secretary
Henry Cardinal Newman Bish. \ of their
leadership Preface).
typical tensions which are inevitable said. Conference of CatholicCharities
op Wright preached on the vocation qualities in helping them build
; WEDNESDAY\ January Ifi
in a finite order where "Those virtues I Washington, D. C.,'
and the characteristic are many; I I better
communities helping Marcellux Mass:
nature and grace, the mysticaland was directed at Catholic Relief ; Pope St. I. (
mention but three certain in-
virtues of the devout scientistin them help themselves-but
earthbound Services National not of a Pontiff, Gloria, Common
the Catholic
the spiritual -
the 20th tellectual joy in the presenceof z in "
century. ruling them, Monsignor Preface).
Welfare Conference.The .
and material and
"There is never lack of reason nature and the study of its Gallagher emphasized.
any : THURSDAY. January 17
faith, experience and meditation Priest was interviewedhere
secrets an admirable :
people who feel competent and ; pa-
!St. Anthony, patriarch of
tradition and progress, while he'was at home fora
called upon to point out the tience that distinguishes those I Typhoon Wrecks
potency and act, know-how :>1" y few days. Clothing and other monk (Mass of a holy ,
who intent
are only truthas i
defects of scientists and the on
and and relief supplies are dispatchedby Gloria, Common Preface).
know-why, even body 4"
sins distinct from those who, r 'y Guam Churches
of omission or commission soul, are too often seen as 1 preoccupied I h I.... CRS-NCWC when emergencies ; FRIDAY, January 18
which may mar their image; status, or posi- .
i St. Prisca. (Mass of 1st Sunday -
arise to countries
antimonies, in mutual and irreconcilable ; SAX FIIAXCISCO XC
( )
one prefers the positive atti- tion or prestige, are downcast : .:: .
Lroe after Epiphany 2nd
jc., ,
which have
conflict rather no organized
programs Operating under a patch-work
tude of honest praise and gratItude or ecstatic in the face of threat 1
than as correlatives within a :\I ;"" of Catholic charities, he: policy the Church is continuingits praer of St. Prhca. Common
in which Pope Pius XII or change or surprise; and a .
Preface Mass of a virgin-
single plan at work in disparate humil- explained. mission in Guam, recently ; or
expressed and typified the refreshing exemplary
authentic disposition of the material causes but all converging ity," he said. "When the U.S. goods beganflowing L wrecked by typhoon "Karen," martyr, Gloria, Common

on central final causes into those nations to>, Bishop Appolinaris Baumgart- Preface).
Church, as distinct from that Bish Wright contrasted the 1
and overrid- p ; meet situations, O.F.M. :SATURDAY, January 19
under a supreme emergency a L ner Cap., vicar apostolic
of some of her nervous chil- of in 20th ,
spirit humility
cen- St< Martha, Audi-
5. Marius
ing divine purpose. Priest usually is appointed to of Guam, stated recently.
dren, toward scholars, scholar- tury scientists generally with Mass of
These conflicts in the moral 1i'H organize an agency for distribution He detailed the wreckage of fax: and Abachus. (
ship and science, the Bishop the attitude of 19th
century the Blessed Virgin Mary for
said. and intellectual universe are of the aid, MonsignorGallagher Church property by the stormin
\ scientists. ... said. !Saturday, Gloria, 2nd prayerfor
symbolized by parallel con ''"''' a letter to Archbishop Joseph -
"That attitude :
poMthc recognizes flicts in the material universeand He declared this humility, \ ': "Then as the emergencypasses T. McGucken of San several martyrs 3rd

>oration and of rejoices the scientist.in the are keenly felt by the, more characteristic of present I] : the agency and Priest- Francisco, thanking him for a Prayer for King St. Canute,

That vocation at the momentis present generation, the Bishop,I day scientists than of perhaps !2k:,:;,:, $' k director remain to handle a generous contribution to the Preface of Klessed Virgin; or

continued. any other group, probably ex- normal flow of U.". Catholicaid Guam rebuilding fund. Mass of several martyrsGloria
"On complex the moral and and Bishop Wright said: plained the return of a sense CARDINAL SPELOIAN IN VIETNAM and to develop a native Bishop Baumgartner said 2nd prayer of Blessed

spiritual "Pope Pius XII, protestingagainst of reverential awe to scientific Dr. Patricia Smith of Seattle (top photo) and othersof Catholic charity organizationto two churches were ilextrojed Virgin for Saturday, 3rd forKing

Pope John Honors the existentialist reac-: circles. He said that such the Catholic Relief Services clinic in Kontum met care for orphans, the aged, totally, while three large ones : St. Canute, Common

tions to them, surveyed themin I humility, together with the Francis Cardinal Spellman, when the Archbishop of New the sick, needy and disabled," still are without roofs. He Preface). '

Priest his last Christmas message whole corpus of knowledge, York was making his annual Christmas visit to Americans he continued.U.S. said school !is being:; held in ''Sl'XDAl, January 20

Paralyzed significantly entitled: 'Modern I constitutes a growing bond between serving at military bases; lower photo, the Cardinal aid dispensed through i temporary quarters and that 2nd Sunday after Epiphany. I

BRIDGEPORT, Connecticut Technology and the Divine Law believing and non,believing dedicated a monument to Lt. Col.! Anthony J. Tencza of CRS-NCWC has especially been i his own residence is IHU'Hall (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,

of Harmony.' It is a tract for .scholars. helpful in the formation of l unroofed Ciecd, Pieface of Trinit).
(N'C-A bedridden Priest who Arlington who was killed by Viet Cong guerillas last )

has been paralyzed for nearly the times and it spells out the Bishop Wright is honorary summer. The Colonel was an American military adviserto diocesan charities organizations "The cathedral where value For your MissalThe

10 years has recently been major part 0 f the scientist,, president of the Albertus Mag- the Vietnamese in their jungle warfare with the forcesof in countries of Africa and I able plate glass was strewn

honored by Pope John XXIII. especially the devout scientist,, nus guild, an organization of communism. Latin America, he added. The over the terrazo floor in Vatican City daily,

Father Joseph R. McCarthy, in reconciling the conflicting Catholic scientists founded in growing charities organizationsare ; jagged pieces, now has IA'()%.rr'"atre Romano, for

Bridgeport diocesan director of conclusions from rival fields of f 1953 to serve as a contact for important in mission coun- plywood for windows," the December 1, 1M!>>'>2, contains

the apostolate of the sick, was study and seemingly contradictory Catholic scientists, to promote Cardinal in Germany As tries where the Church still is: Bishop wrote. "The windows the decree of the Sacred Congregation I

elevated to the rank of domes- phenomena." scholarship and greater partic- propagating the Faith because;;: were insured-I wish the roof of Rites regardingthe

tic prelate with the title of In this age of "fears within ipation in scientific activities Overseas Tour Nears End he said: structures of buildings with insertion of St. Joseph'sname

Right Reverend Monsignor. and conflicts without," by Catholics. The guild meets "Along with being taught doctrine :.. wooden superstructures had in the Canon of the".

Ordained to the Priesthood in annually in conjunction with FRANKFURT (NC) -Nearing the end of his 12th and being invited to joinus l likewise been insured against Mass. reads The pertinent follows paragraph :I

1932, Monsignor McCarthy was the convention of the American Christmastime tour of United States people still must see the:! typhoon as were the frame as :
Named New Post overseas military
serving as a curate at St. Mary to Association for the Advance- bases Francis Cardinal works of the Church. buildings. But we were as- uQuapr n pter haec S.
arrived here
Spellman last weekto
parish in Norwalk when he was COLOGNE (NC) JosephCardinal ment of Science, which brought "They must see that the! sured that they were typhoon- IUTUUM ('OX( ltEGATIO,
stricken with multiple sclerosisin Frings, Archbishop of 4000 delegates to Philadelphia. Army and Air Force installations in the Frank- Church is intensely interestedin J l proof! And no one built for 200 \oluntatem Sum m i l'on.

has Monsignor furt-Wiesbaden area and to ,visit the men holding theWorld's tificiprosecuta, decernit ut
appointed theiI
1953. He has been a patientat Cologne, : Frederick D. Rossini, dean of helping them develop miles an hour wind.
Paul Adenauer, son of Free --- nrpssnrp. ------ nrnnto skills have decent infra Actionem post terlia:
St. Vincent Hospital here the r---- so they may
of science
college at the ,
from those
who know
since that time. He is totally German chancellor K o n r a d l University of Notre Dame, was in Berlin. housing and sanitation. Formosan College 'Com in unit-antes Domini

paralyzed except for the move- Adenauer, as director of Germany's elected president of the Alber- Cardinal Spellman came to they are talking about of the "They must see and be TAICHUXG (XC) Providence nostri lesu Christ!,' haecaddantun
good relations of the
is able to Catholic central insti Germany by way of the Far Americans Junior estab-- Sed rt bent Joseph
ment of his head, but 't: tus Magnus guild. with the nationals of the College,
for marriage and family East.: After spending Christ- ejusdem Virginis Sponsi( "' et
carry on the apostolate workof tute Named lished here in 1949! by Sisters I
Other officers elected were mas day in Vietnam, he in countries where we are sta. Expert deinde bea-
spiritual counsel to the sick problems which has its headquarters was of Providence from Saint. lary. prosequatur: 'et
letters. in Cologne. Father Patrick H. Yancey SJ., Pakistan for New Year's day. tioned. Certainly the Thai people STOCKTON (NC) Monsignor of-the-Woods, Indiana, has been forum ApoMolorum( :- ac Mar13ruin -
of Spring Hill College, Mobile The military vicar spent two seem to understand and Mark J. Hurley, chancelloiof l" tuorum. .'"
: made four
a college arts
executive secretary-treasurer; days at year's end in Thailand, appreciate what the 'United the Stockton diocese, has! year

flfrtttj SFttnmil m Lawrence H. Baldinger, Univer- and enroute from Pakistan to States' is doing for them." been appointed peritus (expert]' and Chinese sciences ministry by the of Nationalist education. Council Stamp

sity of Notre Dame chemistry Europe he stopped for a day The Cardinal was driven at the Second Vatican Councilthe ,
Kondal L. Bennett The ministry's action makes it .MADRID (XC-A) new one-
A. II. Cralr- professor, editor of the Bulletin, last week in Tehran, Iran. over dusty roads to a rock Chancery office here an.
Service the first institution for girls in peseta postage stamp commemorating -
Ambulance magazine published by the In his visits to three military quarry and gravel pit at nounced. The Monsignor hac I

:ALMS VA 4-1673 guild; and Ralph Wolf, directorof bases in Thailand, Car- /hiacherngsao, Thailand, where been serving as a private ad i Formosa where students can the ecumenical council
: earn a bachelor's degree. has gone on sale in Spain.
ST. AUGUSTINE the National Rubber Research dinal Spellman told the U.S. he 'talked to men of the 309th visor to Bishop Hugh A. Don

% & : Bureau, a member of servicemen: Engineer Battalion. ohoe of Stockton at the council

I the guild council. "I am always glad to hear 345-0101 AMBULANCE SERVICE

iIit,1 BEACH MEMORIAL Tablet Graves Of
Maynard A.Dur/eo Frank M. Ryll CHAPEL Marking BRETT FUNERAL HOME

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649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503 SEMINOLE BEACH Church W Tld Kin of Mother Seton AffixedNEW

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r.t.nbur I YORK (NC-A tablet given by' Catholic Sistersto
Shrine Restored ,
Bishops Named mark the graves of six relatives of Venerable :Mother

LINCOLN (XC) One of VATICAN CITY (XC-Pope--Elizabeth Seton has been placed on the wall of a Protes- II I

eastern England's national pre- John XXIII has named a vet- tant church. .. .. .. .
JR. 4810 Central Avenue St. Petersburg
JOHN: S. RHODES Reformation shrines has been
eran Portuguese ana memoers or me New YorK
missionary The bronze tablet was affixed William T. TOWT THOMAS J. ItltKTT
restored with the recent open- Father Pompeu' de Sa Leao 'ccmmunity council. I ,
e to an exterior wall of St. Catholic Owned and OperatedKYLEMcLELLAN
FUNERAL DIRECTOR ing of a church dedicated to Seabra C.S.Sp., to be Bishop of Andrew's Episcopal church, The tablet commemoratesthe
Our Lady of Axholme.The following six relatives ofMother
1721 Gulf-T o-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055 Malenje in the restive Por- Richmond, Staten Island, in a
church, which replaces tuguese West African Seton, who are buriedin
territoryof January 4 ceremony. The ceremony -
for the 50 Catholics in the village Angola. the churchyard adjoiningSt. INC.
took place on the 142nd
of Keadby near here the Andrew'- :
Bishop de Sa Leao Seabra
e anniversary of the death of FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Funeral Home Inc. barbershop where they had -The Rev. Richard Charlton,
Downs-Ford 55, has been a missioner in Mother Seton, convert and Uni- 17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLEEL
been attending Sunday Mass, her grandfather, who was rec-
Angola for 25 years, serving in ted States founder of the Sisters 3.3966
AMBULANCE SERVICE is close to the silt of the old recent {tor of St. Andrew's from 1747
years as superior of the of Charity, whose beatifi- Continuous Service Since 1856
shrine. until his death in 1777.
of Your Means Holy Ghost Fathers' missionsin cation may take place some
Available Regardless
The Fnest
-Mary Bayeux Charlton, her
New Year's Hope the country. The Malanje time this year.Participating.
D. W. Ford L.F.D. diocese, which he has been grandmother, the wife of the ","= ""''''' ,."' '7'I1'. ''' '. 'v./. y/ ,.. .,
T. R. Downs President PARIS (XC)-President in the ceremony / /1" :?. .
Rev. Richard Charlton, whose :
named to head, has been vacant were the Rev. Bernard !'; 1.
Charles de Gaulle has sent a date of death is unknown.Dr. JxOJI ;
Phone 862-3609
St. since last .
: 1045 9th Avenue No., New Year's to February.At Hemsley, rector of St. Andrew's
message Pope Richard Bayley, her
.. the same time, the Pope church; Mother Loretto Bernard _
John XXIII his
expressing father, who died in 1801.
has named Father Feliz Nisa mother general of the FUNERAL DIRECTORS
"fervent wishes" for the Pope's -Catherine Charlton Bayley,
: Ribeiro, another native of con- New York Sisters of Charitywho
Haigh-BlackFuneral Home happiness and ."precious j her mother, who died in 1777. 949-4211 TAMPA 237.3336
tinental Portugal, to be the donated the tablet; Mother
health. Mary Bayley Post, her
first Bishop of Tete in Mozambique Mary, a former mother general, "
sister, who died in 1856.
the Portuguese posses-

__ Ji5 -: 1!!: jiiI. Eye Operation On sion Pope in East Has Africa.New Missal Cardinal Leger Is !brother-in-law-Dr. Wright, who Post died, her in Ahngton/ VemoriatCAapeti, nc.

Cardinal Fring /Is VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope Confined With 1828.Dr.. Bayley, Mother Seton's AMBULANCE SERVICEST.

John XXIII has received a father, was first officer of the PETEUSBUKfi 48259thUe.. Xo. Ph. :H50123CLKARWATKKLAKGO

Moderate SuccessVIENNA copy of a new standard editionof 'Heart Fatigue' Port of New York. He foundeda AXD GULP BEAChES
11590Alt. 19 Ph. 391-0111 5817611I'hone
JOHN B. GORMLEY (\C)-Joseph Cardinal the Roman missal contain- quarantine hospital at New -

[ LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR Frings' recent eye opera- ing the name of St. Joseph in MONTREAL (XC) Paul Brighton, Staten Island, in "

tie Communicantes prayer in Emile Cardinal Leger has been 1796. His death was of yellow
103 Broadway DAYTONA BEACH -CL 2-4771 tion has had "moderate suc- 812-513:1
cess," the Cardinal's secretariathas the Canon of the Mass. The forced to suspend all outside fever contracted from newly

reported.The Pope had ordered the inclusionof activities for an indefinite ;arrived immigrants.The .

ELgin 3-5533 ELgin 3-5534 yearend report said thatif St. Joseph's name in the period because of "heart fatigue inscription on his grave, s ;

the operation on a cataractin prayer during the first sessionof ." the chancery office of now unreadable, pays tributeto Q.Yamcsffiitt
; c
the right eye of the Cardinal- the ecumenical council, to the Montreal archdiocese has him as a courageous physician .J
HlfiKSMITX. flNEIU DlllCTOt Archbishop of Cologne did not become effective last December announced.The who "guarded the public .. ",

have the 8.The. announcement last week health with persevering indus-
complete success 2025 NINTH STREET SO. fT. ETERSBUPG. FLA.
COLONIALCWAPE.L many had hoped for, it was because new edition of the missal end said the illness of the 59- try and in the midst of dangers

glaucoma (a hardeningof was edited by the Benedictine year-old Archbishop of Mont- performed with invincible for-

= INc the eyeball) "had increased| monks of Rome's Pontifical real was brought on "by titude the hazardous duties of

behind the veil of the cataract Arbey of St. Jerome under the months of uninterrupted health officer." Diiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiuiiiaiiiiiuiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniciiiii: l

621 I ROSELLE STREET JACKSONVILLE and had destroyed much of the, supervision of the sacred con- work" 1 Serving St. Petersburg Families for 40 Years |
optic nerve even before the gregation of rites. It was Cardinal Leger entered Hotel English Directory

AMBULANCE CATHOIC LADY ATTENDANT SERVICE operation" printed by the Vatican Polyglot Dieu hospital on January 7 to LOXDOX (XC) The number 1 JOHN S. RHODES, Inc. Funeral Directors |

His Burgeons! expected Press and published by the receive care and continue rest
of conversions to the Cath- I Ambulance Service; =
Vatican house.
limited UC"roand had only prescribed. olic Church in England and 9i

slight hope of restoring the Advertising Drive When Cardinal Leger re- Wales has been falling.
&".r I
/V Cardinal's vision complete LONDON (NC) -The Cath- turned to Montreal from the The newly released official i I

The secretariat also an' olic inquiry center here has i Second Vatican Council in Catholic directory for 1963

.4"4._nOlI" nounced that the Cardinal will I launched its biggest drive to i Rome on December 11, he told shows that the number of = 'ij 'jTI I I I I L1" 9i

ask the same surgeon, Dr. attract inquiries about the reporters his flight home was Catholic converts fell to 14,174in

JONES JOHNSONFUNERAL Boeck, to operate on his lefteje Faith. his first free day since the Vat- .1961, the lowest number in I

in the Spring.It Advertisements were being; lean council opened on October any year since 1957. The num- g

was reported that increas' published in national mass-cir-11, 1962. ber of converts slid from 4.4

HOME ing blindness forced the 75"tarold -, culations newspapers with a i As a member of the council's per 1000 Catholics in 1959 to 4.1 i I

3 Cardinal to give his, total readership of nearly 29 I central preparatory commis- in 1960 and 3.9 in 1961.

311 I I MAIN ST. GAINESVillEHAROLD Latin speeches from memoryat million. Its previous campaign sion, the Cardinal had flown The directory figures indicate 9

A. JOHNSON AMBULANCE'SERVICE the Second Vatican Councilof 1 Concluded just before Christmas each month to Rome for six that the Catholic populationcrept f Rhodes East Chapel, 4th St..& 7th Ave. North 862.\! 155 |

which he is one of the 10) reached 21 million national months prior to the official up to 3,726,500 gain of
K. F. D. FR 6.5361 I Also New Rhodes West Chapel. 900 49th St. North 347-4123 |
presiding Cardinals. newspaper readers. opening of the council. 66,500 in the course of a year. :;111..4111"IIIIUIUUlUIIUIJIIIIIIUllllllhanIUIIIIUIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIU IIUIIIIIIICUUlIIIII


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.. The Florida Catholic Friday, Jan. 11, 1963 Page Nine

Historian Says U. S. Priest's Time v.f '

: ..;t -;...-. ; r wW
Forecast Made Chief
), ..,. on

Devoted to Heavy Pastoral Duties .,/..'-, t-

I .. : Proposals Congress Faces

ST. BONAVENTURE .(NC-Father Thomas T. :McAvoy C.S.C., University of By John J. Daljr- Jr.

I\' Notre Dame archivist, says there has been little anti-clericalism in the Church in \ ..-.w WASHINGTON (NC) -The 88th Congress faces at i iligious

America. 'C least three major proposals and one of them-aid to educa-
Father McAvoy, author of in the few blocks of a city My Way," is "a type that manya tion-will deeply involve .

this is "because there has been parish Is tremendous," be younger Priest would like to {{. re- of. ewes p...,?.. .!1I4Io.i..t1lnl'... _.._...-- tn

little mobile wealth to quarrel writes emulate, but Crosby was an groups. public schools.

about and even less political The Catholic Priest in the idealized Priest in an idealized Along with a recommendation Federal money would be

power in the hands of the 'city where about 80 per cent setting," Father MeA v 0 y Y __ for a system of social se- used to construct public schools

( Priests to excite envy." of American Catholics live- writes. curity-financed hospital care only I in areas of acute need.
has had to deal with a large "Finances, parish divisionsand and a proposal for the closingof
Despite the talk about clerical"powerhouses" On the matter of aid to private -
In some ,group for whom the small par- squabbles, socials that lack tax loopholes plus a broad education the administration
Catholic cities, "there are no ish supervision is almost an sociableness, societies that lack t T tax cut the Kennedy administration is totally committed to

clergymen holding positions of :impossibility. quorums and unrepentant sin- .., will renew its push.for the ,view that acrosstheboardaid
$ federal aid to education.
The greatest impact of this ners give the curate and active -
political power in this country yyyArrr to church-related schools on
has been the little additional .X \ the administration
problem near- pastor time Jor : r Undoubtedly
; the Notre Dame historian: the pre-college level is uncon-
professlonalization 0 f the urban redevelopment or rural 4 ,: will propose that federal
maintains. ; WL.i: stitutional. But it has conceded -
riest. The ordinary Priest life conferences. :Many a Priest '4 ; aid go only to public grade
"Essentially, the Catholic .. that loans for special
finds that his parish tasks ab does not show up at. the local I: ,, '4 and high schools but what .
4 be constitutional.There
Priest in America is a pastor purposes may
sorb all his time," he holds. bond rally or civic betterment ; < : form its bill will take especially -
of souls whose chief fane .'. will be other
The Priest portrayed by Bing conference simply because he ,,,," \: in view of last year's rejec- proposals
tions are at the altar, he assist private education
j to
Crosby in the movie, "Going has little energy left, he says. tion of across-the-board financ-
says. l.T: ,_ ,---' ..m __ ._ __ __ judging by bills introduced
ing, was not detailed as con-
Father MvAvoy, author of CATHEDRAL PARISH INVITES CARD PATRONS in the pa t. Some proposals
Korean Prelate Censures gress gathered.Nor
a forthcoming biography on the Planning for the annual card party in the Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, are include a flat grant to
was known what
late John Cardinal O'Hara hostesses from the parish's Ladies Guild and Altar Societies, from left, Mrs. Dominic parents who can spend the

C.S.C., Archbishop of Philadelphia Odd High School CoursesSEOUL Tringali, :Mrs. Rondal Bennett, Mrs. Louis Solana, :Mrs. Vivian Wiler and Mrs. Felix take stance on the federal administration aid to colleges.will money at the school of their
American tax
describes "The Salvador. They invite out-of-town patrons too: just mail a card to Mrs. John Ver- choice and for income

Catholic Clergyman" In"the cur (NC) -The Archbishop of Seoul called the saggi, 48 Valencia Street, for a reservation on the night you chose, either January ing Administration to soften the officials Church-state, seek- deductions for educational
rent Issue of "Cithara, a Saint
Bonaventure University pub education ministry's new policy of starting family planning 16 or 17. Sumptuous settings in the unrivalled ballroom splendor of the Ponce make controversy on the pre-college expenses.In the 87th Congress a blllwas

lication. He Is an authority on courses in high' schools "a aiiive.... __ for n iiie.,-: development or_. this a social highlight in North Florida, the committee states. level also are said to have presented introduced to lend federal
the history of the Church in great a true democratic country in President John F. Ken- money for the construction of
Paul K. Ro In
the United States and served his Archbishop annual Christmas and New, accordance with God's will. I Letter of Thanks Council Expert Football Dropped nedy with a scaled-down plan private school classrooms

for more than 20 years as headof Year's message to the people of ask you to pray for an educa VIEXXA (XC-Joseph Car- 'SANTA FE (xc) Monsignor ATCHISON (XC)-St. Ben. for aid to public grade and which would be used only for
the Notre Dame history de- tional which will high schools. This supposedly subjects, such as scIence
system raise dinal Frings, Archbishop of Manuel J. Rodriguez,chancellor specific
his archdiocese, said that he diet's College here has dropped l
partment.The "recently learned that the subject the national standard of moral- Cologne who is recuperatinghere of the Santa Fe arch- would evoke less objectionfrom and mathematics.If .
American Catholic clergy intercollegiate football becauseof private'school spokes- is revived It
ity and ethics and the measure
inspire a diocese an ex-
of family planning will be following an eye opera- was appointed
have "a. deep sense of full spirit of increased operating costs: probably will be incorporatedinto
and dili-
included In the high school tion, has sent a pastoral letterto pert of the Second Vatican men.If
priestly obligation to authority education courses." gence and mutual help rather his archdiocese thanking its Council during the first seS- after 40 years of the sport. Last the President accepts it, the 1958 national defense

which calls for and even sup- "I think this a great mistake than an educational system full people for their prayers for his sion of the council it was an- year the school's team tied one the plan would offer a selective education act, which is up for

poses complete dedication to in educational policy of dangers." health. nounced here. game and lost seven. program of aid, Instead renewal this ;yearUtiBAttI .

priestly work," Father McAvoy -
he observed.
Seoul's curfew lifted for
The historian contends that
Christmas Eve and crowds
the lack of criticism betweenthe 01 GROWTH.
packed the city's churches as ..
clergy and laymen In e e
well as other churches throughout
America "arises not from any 0 Unbeatable unbelievable
the country for :Midnight ,
fear by the laymen but from
Masses. e lUJeeaSiDr..Jlltl all based OilSOli4FACT
the lay supposition that the

American Priest is totally devoted The government asked for i m7.A
restraint in gift giving. It for- !
to priestly functions and ___
bade the exchanging of gifts
laymen do not care to criticizethe
clergymen for clerical dedi- among government officials. fSouree'Orange County,Florida-1962fc.w"
Stores were not decorated anda A '!\ -'. It ,
t : '
cation. If the American Priest -r P .
ban on tree cutting just about 4 1 $ tE4 r .t.90 "St, .401' !
exercised political power, there ., -
r <
eliminated Christmas trees. '

would undoubtedly" be more Archbishop Ro said In his 1 I
criticism. '
Urbanization and improvedmass message that the high school 1 I' :

communications have had family planning courses "may : .

easily dispose young boys and ::
an important effect on the '
girls to misuse their sex: and / FLOKI04 HOWARD COUNTY BADE COONTT OKI$ American Priest, Father Mc- SUBURBAN i EX (FT. UUDERDAU (MIAMI} (ANIVfrAL
Avoy points out. aid and abet young men and AREA

"Just the very effort to get women in sexual misbehavior." preplanned to establish a new standard of excellence and dedicated to maintain it! PER CAPITA IKCOME ((1S60)MAJOt )
He said he fears that the
acquainted with the people policy will harm sexual moral- Rocket City, the nucleus of our urban/suburban complex, has been site provisions fora hospital and'jriedical center. Recreational i centers, leads all other FLORIDA major Florida COUNTIES Counties

ity rather t h a n 'help family super-planned to provide and perpetuate happy gracious living for golf courses,boating and fishinglacilities will also be in ample supply. -
Course in ChineseSOUTH planning."As every member of the family. Designed in every way as a completely Of greatest.Importance, however, is the one factor which we believe ,-. fi Sourct Soles Management,> -: .

ORANGE (NC) a result< ," he said, "our modern city, nothing has been overlooked tha 2u'' ; : ,

Seton Hall University has re- society will be overcomewith and well-being of its residents. These includ \central water andnamely, its far-reaching, value-preserving, restrictive covenants 111x :

ceived a $30,000 federal grantto evils and abuses. If our coun- sewerage, fire and police protection, light, power and telephone, plus.which sensibly protect,its residents socially as well as financially. >' n ,

conduct a summer language try and society are corruptedand er 4
course for elementary and sec- full of evils, God will not Never before! Perhaps never again will this dynamic phrase* "- s= xy .

ondary school teachers of Chi- bless us. IN THE PATH OF PROGRESS ;' 56"/.1'

"I ask Catholics who love
nese. nation" he as moanlni tall and realistically describe the location of a new townslto
the their country and ,
Funds were approved by "
United States office of educa- said, "to pray to God and J. JflOWPA OttANBO/CA AV WA AjlETUfSJUIS
.. -
the 195S national tsice eta n STUDY
tion under HOWI11953-1960
"''!o. soo THE J
defense education act. The SUBSCRIBE ">>=. MAP _The area leads nation in retail sales growth

Seton Hall course is one of AS YOW so '
so x a sovA ?Source: Florida MarketHo I r 2&9 Florida
only two Chinese programs in so 1 E Dwt Commtstten .,PlartJa Statutuxl .i
NOW CAM SEE I'Data 1962 Florida County Data Book
the country, the other being at

San Francisco State College. FORYOURSELF t AlA t ..
--- FROMTEND 1l D A4ccOY '
McCDY -1 "It f a
TIllS LIST before '
Legion 0 f Decency going to the theatre. Films ...never before Jtevethe ; $ :
rated morally objectionable are 1 15 *' i i ,r'

Rates New Movies published In the third issue of location advantages 2 3 ---- .. :' 1:7-: '

(January 10. Un each month. which every ".. .4 OJ. FLORIDA '
knowledgeable land Y f' IRCRIASE 1IU IRttEAIEJCOTfPAIATITE
Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage IQSSIK5CAL _

Almost Angelo Invasion of the Road to Hone Kong investor looks for u 1 EttPLOTMIXT EIOWTI1950-1K3
Bashful Elephant Star Creatures sergeants 3
Fleet of .Enemies It'. Only Money: Story of the been so lavishly) IA 4" The area leads the nation in income growth
Coming OUt Party Lad a DoE Count of abundant! 192 w .'
Constantine and the Jumbo :Monte Caste SorC196Y11'loidaCAUtY Source:Orlando Florida 1&2 Statistical
Croes Jack the Giant Killer Stowaway In the Sky IN 2 i le t 16 0 182 m ; -Data 19GZ Florida.County Data. -Boo*.'""
:Mines AlonE MILCSL E1.BOUR Data
Dalton Who King Solomon Swinging EHHOrttEXT KIOWTH
.A.nwrlca1n. Tarzan Goes to India ,# Y
Got Away La Belle .y
Damn the Defiant Longest Day The Teenage :UlUonalr. -1w- --- -:-- 3ix, :-.'" .l4711Sa%"
Day Mars Invaded Kill or Cure Three Stooges -
the Earth .Iak. Way for Lila In Orbit WR0CKET CITY CHECKS OUT ON ALL COUNTS! issaltea':
Escape from East Marco Polo ZOO Spartans V. im.. ,
Berlin :MerriU. Marauders Trojan Horse ; +t
Five n-e.ks Mr. Hobbs Takes a Underwater City V NO BETTER PLACE TO LIVE"" \,> : ,
In a Balloon Vacation We'll Bury You ; ; ,
Fancy Pants Muck Man V 11IMle Down \ NO BETTER PLACE TO WORK y -
Follow that Dream 1'0 Man II til Island the Wind ON THE UNSURPASSED DOUBLE GROWTH Jff' ;. /...,

Glgot Phantom Planet Wonderful World Grimm of WITHIN ESTABLISHED PROGRESS :; JtI4 fcropguTi&N -,,,c.. AKCA AtEAEMPLDTMEHTPOPUUTIDI '
the Drothen -
of ?
Great Van Robbery Phantom V AND DOUBLE yVNO BETTER INVEST. 1350-1953
World the Opera You have to Run mm
Harold lJoJ'd'
Rocket City's urban acreage and Rocket City Estates' suburban
of Comedy Pirates of Tortugs Fast MENT OPPORTUNITY ANYWHERE I n the fastest growing area of the Employment growth in the area exceeds
Jlatart I.ing a Ding Young Guns of Texas acreage offer the investor DOUBLE growth power..growth astest-growingstate the union even its fabulous population growth
hey. Let' Twist Rhythm Zotz power generated by the definitely planned development andprogress
of Rocket City itself with over 1000000.00 worth of OW' SO NEAR to outstanding Job opportunities
Adults and Adolescents
All Morally\Night LonE Unobjectionable Girl. Girls Girls Restless Tear heavy equipment hard at work on a 5-year completion improve- ACT 1/1 AT LIMITED-TIME yet SO FAR from its hustle and bustle

Babette Goes to War Guns of Darkness n equiens for aBarabbas ment program budgeted at more than $2,000,000.00 annually!
Hand of Death Heavyweight Remember too; that city improvements will include a Central DEVELOPMENT PRICES JOBS JOBS JOBS !

Belle Sommen hellions The Roman Holiday Water System, a Central 1 Sewerage System paved streets curbs
Billy Budd Horizontal: Lieutenant Samson and the Seven 171,000 total Job capacity la Orianda/Cannenl!
of World and gutters. All tS' dyr.amiallyauhmsoled by the definitely)
at Miracles the !
r Blue lIawaU Judgment
Improved ZS r00 YORE Hated for CAPE CANAVERAL ALONE.
Bridge to the Sun Nuremberg ardonlcus established progress and exIsting growth power of the Orlando/ ,
JOB CAPACITY of tU Orbttla/Cauvml Arta ia 1950 vu 52JBO!
Burn Witch. Bum Kid Galahad Savage Guns
) Canaveral area-power-packed to reach new peaks of progress
Convicts t Lawrence of Arabia Shame of the Suitable for SubdividingInto JOB CAPACITY of the Orlando/Canaveral Area in 1961 was 171.800
Court Martial !Lion The Sabine Woman through the establishment of our nation's surging, accelerated PROJECTED JOB CAPACITY growth! at torrent rate Indicates total )Job
Days of Wine and Lonely are the Brave- Six Black horses mufti-billiOQ-dollar space exploration program.' In every way, by 4 Spacious Homesites capacity fcy 1970 a toppiRE t ,czs,aeo!
Roses Long .Abseri nipt'r-s Ridge every test by"any comparison, in our opinion and in the opinion
rl'e, Deadly Duo Loves of S&l&mmbo Spiral" Road SO INVEST WHIRE THE IfWlfllHG'S BEST ..I in the heart and core of
Don"t Knock the Man Who Shot Sword of the of many others'who are qualified to judge because of their from as down, ,
Twist Liberty Valance Conqueror inlimate knowledge of what is planned I for the area to top off $30 the Orlando/Canaveral are a.Ja the, planned rwwwhUe-law tar bucbaa Rocket City com
Electra :Matter of Who 13 West Street little as monthly pJexthat'sb1ue"rictedfotifOi\1h!Do it opening prices prevail!
Escape from Zahraln :Mighty Ursua Taras Bulba what is already going on in the area-your best investment """
opportunity is unquestionably LAND in the Rocket City
Everybody Go Hom. Miracle Worker Thunder Road
Experiment In Terror Mutiny on the Bounty Twenty Plus: Two complex. GO AND GROW AS FLORIDA Frt:: FOR DECISION"urbansuburban
Fear No More Night Creatures Twist All Night len.JotUI Bruce Medaris (Ret)

Flame In the Streets OutsIder or the Valiant Two Tickets to Paris AND THE NATION GROWS Acclaimed by critics as Mth most important book
Flesh and Fury Playboy A. that could bt written, by the one man who could
Flower Drum Song Western World Virgins of Rome \\5 lBTit it,en subject of treat excitement,tremendous

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Manor Clinic Being Built
January Feast Observed

On Banks ofHalifaxRiver
With Church Dedication ;

(Continued from faire( One) the Archbishop who presentedeach rooms. There will be quartersfor when the Catholic Charities '

may have the food that is o( them with a medal of a chaplain, too. Bureau office for Bre'ardCounty

the Word of God." the Holy Father. a' rr Geriatrics clinic facilities will opens the same day as

The most demanding mi- The choir under the direc- be built across the street from that in Daytona Beach, Jan-

son in all the world is the tion of Father William O'Meara Mater Dei Manor. Part of the uary 14. Assisting him is-- a
plan for the elder citizens who
United States America, lie C.SS.R., sang parts of the Missa newly appointed social workerin
will be served at this new home
stated. Unless! we can get anal Recitata. ""'' the agency, Mrs. Betty
Christianity into the Abbot Marion Bowman includes shuffleboard courts Nevitt. Her prior experiencehas

minds and into the hearts of O.S.K. of St. I.t"obbt"y was !: and putting greens for leisure been with American Red

American men and women among the I.riests"who attended time spent under the Daytona Cross and for Catholic Chari- ,

the Arehbkhop warned that the morning's dedication. Beach sun.Monsignor. ties in the Washington, D.C.,

We would gradually go underas William Mullal-- archdiocese.

man}' another civilizationhad Chaplains to the Archbishopas a ly V.R, as the delegate of the Hoards for the new office

gone und..r.Accordingly he blessed the provisional r A H t j Most Reverend Archbishop, are in the pr cess of or :II1I-

as he commis- church were Father :Mark J. k i broke the ground for the Mater ZOitioU.a tI Father LenUiait.

sioned another pastor to watch McLoughlin and Father Jose Dei Clinic on October 11, 1002, Each new regional head

the sheep as a shepherd, in his Ruiz. Father Michael V. Gan- the date of the opening of the quarters will have its own

own fold, and those that grazedon non was master of ceremonies. ome+ ecumenical council. It was part boanl of director comprised
.. of the
alien hills the Archbishopcalled Father George Kelly C.SS.R. as- ---- -- -"-" '- Diocese's celebration of of Priests and laity of the

for the Priests and Sisters sisted Father Gannon. 700 EPIPHANY PARISHIONERS WELCOME ARCHBISHOP IN TAMPA the opening of the Second Vati- area served.

and the laity to examine Other Priests present included The feast of the Epiphany was marked in the new attendance of Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley who blessed can Council. Catholic Charities now has

their consciences to see if they Father Alvin Manni provisional Church of the Epiphany in Tampa by the the new parish's first construction.. The other Interest of Father regional offices in Jacksonville,

were showing the faith in their S.D.B. and Father Manuel Mo- Lenihan's in the nap Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlan-

following of Christ, the real rales. Irish Head Greeted tona Beach area this! past do, Daytona Beach and Brevard

way of the Lord by which alone Mass is no longer celebratedat Spokesmen Stress Charity in Call DUBLIN (XC) Archbishop week has been the plans for County. That represents three

man can be saved. the Seminole Heights Com- Sensi the opening on January 14 of more than the Bureau operatedthis

We try to use the' resources munity Center or Sligh Junior For Concern Race cio Giuseppe to Ireland, ,presented apostolic :nun-New the new offiee. time last year, Father

and materials that we have, he High School, Father Bardeck on QuestionsContinued Year's greetings for the diplo Mrs. Helen McGarrity, Lenihan stated. The one in Orlando

said, to cover more and more reports. M.SAV., A.C.S.W., executive opened last October.
of the area of spiritual need. Sunday Masses are now offered ( from rage Car) bringing unity, peace, tranquil- ;acknowledgement of man's dig- matic corps to President secretary of the Catholic Chari-

Look into your souls, he appealed in the new Church at 6:30, man.equality, said Cardinal Spell- ity order and real progress to ]nity as a child of God." Eamon de' Valera. He praised ties Bureau which opens Monday Gives Invocation

8 10 and 11:30 our country." Father Cronin described the Ireland's toward closer has done considerablework
o'clock. moves
and see if you are co- : "Hence, religious denomina- SANTA't; (XO-Archbishop -
Father Rooney, former operating.The Yen agency
tions can make the most signif- cooperation with the European Edwin V. Byrne of Santa
goal of all Christians, of Professor to Speak president of the National ture 1 in inter-religious action." from its headquarters in Jacksonville -
icant and lasting contributionto Catholic community "with which this Fe gave the January 1 invocation
Socialction Conference "Too often .
the we have
Catholic Church he emphasized
DETROIT (XC)-Paul Weiss, the peaceful and brotherly country is linked by ties' his- at the hereof
said the Confel''nccon 5 the points that divide inauguration
stressed, is that there may be that us Thomas J. Aglio, M.S.W.,
one fold and one shepherd. professor of philosophy at Yale relationships the must exist Religion and Race will be i in matters of faith," he said. torical, geographical, cultural A.C.S.executive secretaryof Jack Campbell as governorof
peoples of this
After the Mass, celebrated in University, will speak on world.among" "of great historic signif- '"Differences based on profound and religious." Orlando's office, will also New Mexico.

the newly blessed Church of "Political Democracy and the Archbishop Cousins icance""Leaders ]religious convictions are in-
episcopal -
the Epiphany by Father PhilipA. Natural Law" at Sacred Heart ,< chairman of the NCWC of religious groups I Bardeck C.SS.R. the altar throughout the nation will get 1 less vital to seize upon suitable
seminary here January 13. :!Social Action Department,
together in a spirit of mutual' I boys were privileged to meetlrnnrlrrrrrlnllllllrrnr1
:noted that the "first solemnaction"
His appearance is one In a respect for each other's God-I : of the Second Vatican
current series 0 f lectures 0 n given dignity, seeking ways I Council was to issue state- t
Betty K. O'Brien "Political Science and the Mod- and means of working together I I Christians and Jews.
ment that "all
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the series is named for the late the race or nation to which sett
4 MUTUAL FUNDS cooperation, under God, for charity, without compromising
STOCKS & BONDS Edward Cardinal i Mooney, 1 they belong. the common good of all." or minimizing doctrinesof
"Our nation has been 1 sI
'nrrrrIIII/IIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIJ"iJ Archbishop of Detroit. Father Hesburgh said reli- faith" I
wounded by racial strife," he
gious leaders must "show the Mr. Work said the conference
said "It is the task of religious -
CLEARWATERi11IGULF way in achieving justice and I! was possible "because all aKtM
leaders to heal these
charity in our national life." :)religious groups realize their
wounds and to promote true
"I am sure the discussions . unity based on reverence for ;
CLARK'S will aid mightily in the achievement -. I in dealing alone >" L :
immortal soul of I
( SERVICE ." of this goal," he said. with this great moral problem .. ,
e Monsignor Higgins noted the i in our national life."

HERCULES & DREW Archbishop Lucey said the "vital legal issues" involved in Editor Hoyt said the con- Yes--try 'em today at McDonald's. Find out just how good a hamburger
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best as guilty of sinful apathy

Phone 442-7644 1921 Drew Street he compounded said. with ignorance," Troops Looted ChurchesBRUSSELS :1 Vwi1

"In the field of race relations

many Christians have not (NC-A prelate from the Congo has con- .. -_ .
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NO DEDUCTIBLE ON WINDSTORMR. ; they have perpetrated the and damaged a number of, Catholic churches in his see. : E"8 t'N& ti R. "JQtJr.t "

H. Butler Insurance intolerable; they have pretendd Archbishop Joseph Cornelis O.S.B., of Elisabethville, capital 7 _'T I I I 14 I I t ter,.HaYeD 'Orlando I ) : Takelaad, _

AgencyMidway that they love God and hate of the Congo's secessionist province of Katanga, made

Shopping Center Largo Phone 446-0567 their neighbor, but this is a the confirmation.The .
hit by two mortar salvos. Sisters
denial of their own gospel,
Archbishop Lucey said. Ethiopian soldiers were took shelter in the cellar v v v
serving with forces which took
"Fortunately, religious leaders all night while their convent
SKYCREST PHARMACY over Elisabethville in the UN !
in our country are aware was being severely bombed.
drive to force Katanga to
of the crisis which confronts "The reports also confirm iftAGEv
ognize the authority 0 f the
them," he said. "Members of the cruelty of the killing of v vv
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Katangese civilians. A girl
the church and the synagogueust was
9 A.M.-7 P.M. Emergency Phone 442-2525 Leopoldville.In .
practice what the y violated and bayonneted in the

preach. Those who wear the ( abethville< Father stomach. Two others were Builds

mantle of civil authority must Edouard Kileshie, vicar generalof violated and killed. Seventy v v ,

O'NEAL'S RESTAURANTTRY bear witness to an ancient the Elisabethville archdiocese (corpses were brought to Prince Healthy

protested against "the ] .
truth: all men are created Leopold hospital."All

OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25 equal. flagrant breach by United Nations this was done by the FLORIDA IS FULL k Bodies ,.

ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED Bishop Waters declared that troops of international :Ethiopians. OF DANDEE MOMS ,

1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 444-7381 religious: men and women" conventions sacred" to all civ- "When one of my mission- _
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He said the National Conference clared in his protest to UN rep-
resentative Elias Mathu "Katangese boys aged over .
on Religion and Race )
17 who were returning from a ST. AUGUSTINE
could be "a real
JOSEPH'S ACADEMYSAINT means of Archbishop Cornelis said in
Church school on January 1
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA an interview here: ft
Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades ':.12 Inauguration[ Prayer "According to reports I per- were held up by Tunisian

Aradcmic and commercial courses Fully accredited BOSTON (XCRichard Cardinal sonally received, the Ethiopians 1 troops and forced to fill their

Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor : Cushing, Archbishop of completely looted St. Benedict's ]pockets with cartridges. Then
further particulars address: Sister Directress Boston, delivered the closing
church and broke into the 1 they were accused of carrying For I II i
prayer at January 2 inaugural
tabernacle of another church in ammunition and threatened
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. accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general Governor Peabody, 41, youngest i few samples."I FRANK HOWES I'
chief executive in thetate's '
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Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa Florida. former:; 332-year All-American history football, is a AugustineCATHEDRAL hearing that my people are about: College

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ROSARIAN ACADEMY ity. The inaugural invocation intervention is interpreted as
Mrs. Louis Solana of
general ADAPTAPLAN.-
was delivered by Governor Pea- interference.
Resident and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful chairman of the annual card political
Lake Worth. Grades one to t\\ehe. Fully accredited. Xew body's father retired Episcopal Archbishop Cornelis spoke I
party sponsored by the Ladies
bulIdlnJ11 music art dramatics. Directed by Bishop Malcolm Peabody who
sports Guild and Altar Society of 'before his scheduled return to
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address Registrar, now resides in New York. DistinctionFor
ROSARIAX ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH Cathedral Parish has met in the Congo on January 11. III
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CLOUD (NO Father the four circle chairmen who you about Adapt-A-Plan. Men
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SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMY Vincent Yzermans, editor of will serve as hostesses, Mrs. f= Ask Kim how with Adapt-A- I !

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