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Title: The Florida Catholic
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Creation Date: June 21, 1963
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
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-.... _. -- --- VATICAN CITY (NC-Cardinals charged with elect-

ing a new Bishop of Rome calmly sealed themselves off

St. Augustine Foundation and automatically created an air of tension and expectationin

the world they left behind. The conclave to select the

1 successor to Pope John XXIII began beneath Michel-

angelo's massive painting of the Last Judgment in the

Spurs New ParticipationI Th 111 f fa 1 Sistine Chapel on the evening of June 19. The last major
or"
1 public function of the Cardinals beforehand was their part -

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ST. AUGUSTINE-Members of the St. Augustine 'oundation have been invited by diocesan officials to in further 1 j+ : _
join making preparati)ns for the quadricentennial t

1 celebration-and beyond-marking the Catholic historica 1 heritage that is 400 years y 1 '"

old:Men nere.and Church in the United States." also carries* with it a responsibility. P"" 1 F
women from all _
Said Mr. Pellicer: ." J ;
over the Diocese were invitedto t"J s C
the meeting of the St. Augustine 'One need not be conc'ernedwith. He invited those who were \ \

Foundation, in order to .the thought of using too in St. Augustine Sunday to $ 3 3 t 7,0'.

give their views on the best many superlatives to describethe spread the word of the St.

means for telling the Founda importance of Nombre De Augustine Foundation, so that

tion's story to the Catholics of Dios. We who enjoy the privilege there can be fulfilled the aspirations
of guardians of this important that have been envisioned -

the United States, as well as to his and VOL. XXIV, No. 34 Orlando, Florida, Friday, June 21, 1963 Ten Cents t
give their ideas of seeking the } historic site, where re- by predecessors

support of Catholics every ligion and jwtriotism were himself.

where in the land. joined together, have an obliga- Monsignor John P. Burns Peter's Pence f
/Ireland/ / Sends/ Another
Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley tion to prepare a setting and Father James J. Heslin,

celebrated Mass, at noon on worthy of its significance." who were chaplains to the Offering Set

Sunday, June 16, at the rustic Archbishop Hurley told the Archbishop at the Mass, were For June 23 Fr. Bluett I F
at the Foundation Missionary
altar on the grounds of t h eMission group at 'the St. Augustine special guests ,

of Nombre De Dios. Foundation meeting: dinner. Mo'nsignor Burnsis ST. LTiL"STIIThe: an- k tf

The laity were joined by "Here is where America be. Cathedral pastor. Father nual Peter's Pence offering will WATERFORD, Ireland--Bishop Daniel Cohalan oi
Heslin, of Jacksonville Beach, Waterford and Lismore at a in the Cathedral oJ f
I Priests of the Foundation at gins-with an act of worshipof be taken up in all our diocesan ceremony
the dinner at the Ponce De is president of the Foundation. churches on Sunday, June 23, the Holy Trinity here on Jun e 13 at 8:45: a.m., ordained a a

i Leon Motor Lodge. God-at the Holy Sacrificeof Father Michael\ V. Gannon, the Chancery has announced. ,.-......,_._...."" .h..._.,..,. ..- Priest for the Diocese of St.
the Mass. Our Mass. director of the Mission .
Mrs Robert Hill Rolling of greetedthe Offerings of that day will be A. Augustine, Father John Jo
"This confers upon us guests as they arrived at w
sent from the Diocese to Vat-
Bluett.He
Holy Spirit parish in lake seph .
Floruli.iiis a .patent of nobil the historic site for Mass, and y
Wales and X. I.. PelHoer of ican City for the use of the is the second IriS
ity. Rut a patent of nobility was toastmaster at the dinner. young
Cathedral in An- new Pope in his world-wide .1r;
parish St.
.-- > '-......--,,'f" "_7W."X'__ mission. : missioner ordained this yea]r.
gustine were program ) iS for the Florida Diocese. Las!t f ,.
In letter to the Priests t S4
a S
ioJf'ak.s.Archbishop i. rF s
week at Carlow, Father DanieB.
of the Dioe(' Archbishop ..R.e .
Hurley set before Logan was ordained for th<:
the gathering the historic back.ground Joseph P. Hurley pointed out R Diocese of St Augustine. r itk

of Florida. He indicated 4 ,y s ViaU FL that our new Pope will need
Father
k Bluett's parents, Mr
f A
i the scope of the Church's visionin "all the help we can give
and Mrs. Thomas Franci::; _
regard to the attention that Him-the help of prayer, of Bluett of Kilmallock, Count'. _SS_ = .

must be given to the Oldest our devoted encouragementand Limerick attended the nev v\ DEAN OF COLLEGE OFFERS MASS

Mission and the oldest docu- I a I of our material support""In Priest's ordination.The Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, dean of the Sacred College
i1jI
ments in the nation which belong these days when the Priest born September offered the :Mass Wednesday before the conclave.
,

to this Diocese.Mr. whole world acclaims the good
1'I 11111 18, 1938, at Rallj.shonakin,
Pellicer spoke of the Pope who has just passed to'His .1,i.AH44
if Kilmallock, will go to St. ticipation in a :Mass invoking the guidance of the Holy
reward, let us Catholics
momentous days ahead when
it .Mary's Chunh in Effin Kilmallock Spirit. It was offered that morning by Eugene Cardinal
give to His Successor
a
the native Catholic people will UI gen-
d t and to celebrate his first Tisserant, dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, at the
lie host to Catholics from allover i erous heartening proof of
the United States at the F ta tt r, our devotion" the Archbishopsaid. Solemn Mass. resplendent Altar of the Chair in the apse of St. Peter's

At that Mass, he will be assisted :. basilica.
Father Bluett
or'the
400th anniversary city'sfounding. to the formal !securing of ther 1
by his uncle, the pasto] (Presumably, a Pope was conclaTe enclourr.
p.4 aZ 0 : at Feenagh, County Limerick, not elected on the first four
First speaker on the Yk: Fr. Reason Invites
pro- Boys On Thursday. at 9 a,m., a bell
Mrs. Boiling. She is :Father James Bluett; and hi; h"11ntc!. N"A.'I,
gram was ------ -- called the Cardinals to assemblein
brother, Father Garrett Bluett" The Cardinals went their
already a benefactor of other
Girls to Summer Came the Sistine chapel where
sections of the Diocese and her x - .- a professor at Limerick's StMunchin's t separate ways, after the Mass, they first attended a Mass offered
Diocesan College ii 1 until assembling at the Vatican
interest in the goals of the St 9k Cardinal Tisserant.
Augustine Foundation prompted SEMINOLE COUNTY-"Where there's fun for everyone Corbally. Wednesday at 4:30: (Rome by

her to outline for the other !" is the motto of Camp San Pedro, the Diocese's Cen- Florida's Father Bluett, himself l I- time). At 5 p.m., they were After Mass the papal sacriStan

guests the historical back I tral Florida youth camp. The 35 boys attending the first educated at St. John's College ]1't. together in the Pauline chapel Bishop Peter Canisiu

ground of the Mission. session have a week more of camping fun at the site located Waterford, and St. :Mun't. in the Apostolic Palace. van Lierde, recited "Come HolyGhost"

This old Spanish mission, .",,:.,...< ,... .. .A, on the eastern shore-of Lake Howell in Seminole chin's, went prior to that se mAfter: a brief prayer, theys Then ArchbishopDante
said Mrsr Balling this, -historic 1 II ....>&" ."' >- ; i Ouny. t JB .. "_* -*- *.*(.- inary.'-training. ..to_ St. Iary''National formed a procession! to-enter read the instructions for
: : :. r near. Floral iti"1 ; 'nine School Effin "an d :the Sistine: apt'I.' -. She internal a n d.< external
the landing : "This is third
city preserves our year of
4 site of America's first Found ; : S ::51 < camping at Camp San Pedro," J cars. to the Christian Brother s When the CardinalswereY closure of the Conclave.-*,*
Camp San Pedro is locatedon School at Ratluire, Count; The Cardinals then proceeded
ing 'Fathers. Four hundred Father Hubert J. Reason, director alone, the rules were read. The
40-acre tract of land, onlya Cork. to cast the first ballot. After
Cardinals took the requiredy
years ago on September 8, 1563. of the camp reports, "and
the Spanish Admiral Pedro. '< .- we anticipate this to bet h e short distance from Maitland, The new diocesan ; oath and then went to theirs distribution of the ballot forms,
HERITAGE OF CAT'HOLICS IIISTORIED Winter Park and Orlando. In from Ireland to Florida h a for four. They the lowest ranking of the Car-
Menendez de Aviles landed most successful"Father rooms except
here with a band of explorersto Among the founders of t he St. Augustine Foundation Reason himself has addition there are a couple five brothers and two sistersOne '. were the highest-ranking ofs dinal-Deacons, Gioacchlno Car

found an American settle- at its initial general meeting\ in the Oldest City last Sun- 16 years of camping expe hundred more acres, availablefor already mentioned wa the three orders of Cardinals: dinal Albareda, drew names

ment. day was one of the principa il speakers, Mrs. Robert HillBy rience. He served as a counselor camping activities, which ordained at Maynooth a :yea r Cardinal Tisserant, senior for the three Cardinal-scruta-

Four diocesan Priests, she Bolling of Lake Wales.INVERNESSOutdoor. at Camp Good Counselof include woodlands with mys- ago, Father Garrett Bluett. Cardinal-Bishop; Manuel Cardi- tors, three others who would

said, accompanied the expedi terious paths and overnightcamp The others are Joan Mariaa i, nal Goncalves Cerejeira, patri- collect the votes of any Cardinals -

tion. One of them, Father Give Them Those Wide sites. nurse; Thomas Anthony, o f arch of Lisbon, senior Cardinal- unable to leave their cells,
Open
Francisco Lopez de Mendoza Spaces "And Lake Howell, one of Kilmallock; James Kieran am i: Priest; and Alfredo Cardinal and three others to serve as

Grajales, in describing the the most beautiful lakes in Patrick, both of whom an B Ottaviani, secretary of the sa- inspectors of the ballots.

landing, said that the Admiral And Watch the Fun at Good Counsel Central Florida, is also rated seminarians studying for thi e cred congregation of the Holy Before the Cardinals filled

marched up to the Cross, knelt among the best fishing lakes Priesthood; Anthony, who wil 1 Office senior Cardinal-deacon their ballots, the conclave sec

and kissed it, adding: "A large Staff Writer in the area," Father Reason be awarded his leaving cert f f:- and Benedetto Cardinal retary and all others except the

number of Indians watched a has said. icate at St. Munchin's Collegi e Aloisi Masella, chamberlain of Cardinals themselves left the

these proceedings and imitatedall activities at the first sessionmp the Diocese's oldest youth The boys especially enjoy this month; and Helen, th
they saw done." camp are well underway. Ca Good Counsel, located on the west coast, between the these activities at the lake youngest in the family.A These four stayed In the behind them by Cardinal

Mrs. Bolling continued: towns of Inverness and Flor'al City, is in its 16th year of operation providing truly swimming, boating, skiing, proud grandmother, aged Sistine chapel and proceeded Albareda.

Father Lopez then offereda memorable camping expe fishing and sailing. The camp 8(1, Mrs. Helen Bluett, residesin
hiking, and various
s campfire, quarters for the cook and For Public SchoolsSupreme
Mass of thanksgiving, the riences in a Catholic atmos- has three sailboats, two war X e w park, Kilmallock,
games. guests. Part of the cabin
new
first community act of Christian phere. canoes, three regular canoes, County Limerick.
religion In the" United: About 140 boys are presently The camp is equipped with will also be used as a supply and an outdoor motor boat rig. Besides the uncle from Fee Court Outlaws
war canoes, sailboats
regular :
States. At its conclusion, the attending the woodcraft session room. The young campers will also nagh who will assist at Father

explorers set to work building which began on June 9 canoes, and a motorboat for Father Philip Halstead assists enjoy riflery, archery handicrafts Bluett's first Mass at hi;: Devotional Bible Reading

an American settlement. and will continue to July 5. skiing. The canoes were fiber- Monsignor Cummingsthis cook-outs, movies, camp- home parish, other relatives o f

From that time on, St. Augustine Last week the youngsterstook glassed just this i summer be- fire, and many ball games. Florida's newest Priest, in religion ..
and year in the position of WASHINGTON D. C. (NC)The U. S. Supreme Court
Nombre De Dios ,
the traditional hike to fore the first: session began, But what is most! importantis are:
were regularly occupied, she Lost Lake. Monsignor Cummings reported. director. The staff is completed that the campers are alWays Two pastors in England, Father t. has ended a year of nationwide suspense by barring devotional -

noted.In Another new addition to the by 18 seminarians, mindful of the presenceof Patrick Bluett of St. An I. Bible reading and recitation of the Lord's Prayer

his remarks, Mr. Pellicer "It "is a minimum of six 150-acre camp site is a four- many of whom have previous Cod. The campers begin drew's Presbytery, :\liddlesTHEIt ;i- from public schools.
miles, Monsignor George W. meet this test, he and seven
said, ''.e want the world to unit cabin to be used as living OUTDOOR, Page 8 SUMMERTIME, Page 8 }'..\ Page 8 These practices and the laws
who has been other justices held.
remember that this the Cummings, camp
was .._. _u........ .. .__.__ _. w_. A r .>-.--'"____........_ -Ll -- .. requiring them are. "unconsti- Although the decision on
beginning of the Catholic director for many years, reported 1 1
"but some of the older tutional under the Establishment Bible reading and prayer applies -

boys prefer to take the longway Clause" of the First immediately to public

15 miles." I Amendment and violate the schools in Maryland and Pennsylvania
Record Number py M "
"wholesome 'neutrality' of
It is an all-day event. The 6 only its impact will
the State toward religion, the limited those
of v 1 not be to states.
SA
boys bring along plenty y
; court held, June 17, in an opine
Expected For r c 3 Devotional exercises, including
their soft drinks-"bug juice, K Y i
and food is brought to the lake ion by Justice Tom C. Clark. prayer and Bible reading, are

Laymen RetreatsA by jeep. After dinner the boys rI 1.4 Only Justice Potter Stewart required or permitted' in 37

return to camp. 1 T.., < dissented from the ruling on other states.
record attendance of laymen il h. i The court's action felt
was
Kach evening the campers public school prayer and
making retreats at St. 1 first in Florida.On .
attend rosary and Benediction ; : Bible reading, which applied
Leo Abbey is expected this 5 S
.5 the same day it decidedthe
of the Most Blessed Sac. tt immediately to schools in
year, according to Father Lau Maryland and Pennsylvania
rament. Every day begins
rence Higgins, diocesan direc- The at Mainland and Pennsylvania. cases, the court in a brief
with Mas I boys serve f A
tor of retreats. Justice Clark, in a key pas- order reversed a decision of
all the devotions.:
"We are stressing that everyman s Jk sage of his 23-page majority the Florida Supreme Court

make a retreat, if not with This Sunday parents' dayat opinion, said the "test" of which had upheld various religious -

his parish group, then at a Camp Good Counsel. "Some- ; whether a law violates the practices in Florida

time convenient to his own times as many as 200 parentsand Constitution's ban on an establishment public schools. The court remanded -
situation," Father Higgins said. friends come to the campon : f ; 1 : ; of religion lies in the the case of the Florida

The retreat season at St. Leo this day every :year to see ; answer to this question: "Whatare Supreme Court for "further

spans an eight-\\eek period the water show carnival, and" F' ; the purpose and the primary consideration in light of" the

during the months 0 f June swimming and canoe races, 4 tT6s Sk effect of the enactment. decision in the Maryland and
;a :
and July, he said, giving ample Monsignor Cummings reported. He answered in these words: Pennsylvania cases.

opportunity for those desiringto Next week, the campers will r "If either is the advancementor The school prayer ruling had

make a closed retreat. take a two-day hike to Toma- 4 C the inhibition of religion been eagerly awaited since

".\nd that should Include hawk Lodge. They will camp then the enactment exceeds the June 25, 19C2, when the courtin

each and every Catholic along the river. Or some of 4 scope of legislative power as a 6-1 decision barred a
_
man," Father emphasized. the boys will go to the Gulf, circumscribed by the Constitu prayer composed and prescribed -

Registration for: weekend retreats Monsignor Cummings sa i d. tion. That is to say that to by state officials from

at St. Leo Is Friday af. Other expeditions are made to / 11 : I withstand the strictures of the public schools in New York

ternoon up to 6 p.m. However nearby game reserves. I Establishment Clause there State.

if conditions prevent any in The diocesan youth camp is must be a secular legislative The court now has gone a

dividual from registering Fri-located on the shores of beau- '* _.._ purpose and a primary effect step further,ruling out not only
day, he may do so Saturday tiful Lake Tsala Apopka. The- ,"'- -- -- that neither advances nor in state-composed prayer but also

morning by locating the Retreat boys enjoy all types of water CARDINALS AT MASS OF HOLY GHOST BEFORE ENTERING CONCLAVE hibits religion Bible reading as a devotional

Association member upon, sports. Other activities include Eighty Cardinals attended the Mass of the Holy before entering the conclave to elect a new Pope as sue- Devotional Bible reading and exercise, and recitation of the

arrival handicraft riflery, archery, Ghost in St Peter's Basilica,,Vatican City, Wednesday, cessor to Pope John XXIIL prayer in public schools do not Lord's Prayer.



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Mass\[ Guide]I The New Apostleg'Medicine Florida Reports


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SUNDAY, June 23 Woman' First in VietnamBy Tampa JacksonvilleMOST

3rd Sunday after Pentecost.

Mass!; of Sunday; Gloria, Glenn D. Kittler HOLY NAME ALL SAINTS

Creed, Preface of Trinity). wondered if Dr. Patricia Smith really knew what she was doing. She had Sister Marie, a teacher at embers of the auxiliary to

MONDAY, June :21I'ativity FRIENDS a successful practice in Kentucky to go to South Vietnam to work for the i ) ;: L411iit Most Holy Name School in All saints Home for the Aged I

of St. John the Bap Tampa, recently received no- j in Jacksonville are making
? "I
Grail
without salary. Why thought I knew what poverty was, Pat Smith explained, Fordham Unl-!
tification from
tist. (Mass of feast, Gloria, = plans for their seventh annual
"until I learned about conditions in the Orient. I knew then that I had to go there. I -
Creed Common Preface). versity in New card party to be held on Sep

TUESDAY, June 25 Patricia Smith had not be- j ity of children died within two noticed that the people now 9i York that sheis tember 25. The event will take

St. William. (Mass of a holy come a doctor for the money weeks of birth. called her "the big medicine the recipientof place at the Garden Center.

abbot, Gloria Common Preface in it. Upon her graduation, woman." She wondered at first the gold
And there was ignorance to Mrs. Robert 0. Magill Is general -
with honors from the University I
). j fight. Pat had to teach womento if this was because of her medal awardfor chairman, and Mrs. IvanJ.

WEDNESDAY, June :26. of Washington, she choseto 1 rest before and after child- rather robust frame, but one' i !JuItI, proficiencyin Korson, co-chairman.

Sts. John and Paul,. martyrs. work among the poor mountain -1 j birth she had to convince them day the Bishop, a small Frenchman I modern Ian-
Mass people of Kentucky who ; .... .. 1.IM3A1NATION rni.ryn. .1Tny.. .. "/__:__
() of feast, Gloria, Com not to bathe their infants in visited the clinic, and GUILD SARASOTA INSTALLS "'b'ing "- & BX&Ltt, I HI y tlU: t::
needed her. ; .
mon Preface). Pat beard the people call him completed EPIPhANY
]icy rivers at dawn, not to bun- '
New officers of Ave Maria Guil Qf Incarnation I
;
It was there that, through studies in
THURSDAY, June 27 I dle them in blankets at the "the big Priest"She Mr. and Mrs. John O'Neill
(Mass of preceding Sunday, the Grail, an organization of felt reassured. And she Church, who were recently installed.in Sarasota,. are l; .T.ntin-.... .anH... thi...- L .... ., .
:side of open fires at noon. caae 01 \ enice auenaea toe recent -
Common Preface). laywomen who assist in the And she had to convince the was very happy, knowing, that from the left :Mrs. Harold Lazette, pres'iciehfcr( !: ?, clay Slavonic J an- M.t..r Mmrle graduation of their son

FRIDAY, June 28 missions, she learned of the to the woods she was where God had meant Kurtnacker and :Mrs. Max Bender, vic -prisiaehlS; and guages, Sister Marie then took Eugene L. Cade S.M. from the
men
] stop roaming
Vigil of Sts. Peter and Paul. even greater needs in the her to be.LJ. Mrs. John Jovin, parliamentarian. up French, Spanish and Italian, University of Dayton, Dayton,
J for wild herbs but to plant in . .
Mass of vigil, Common Orient. 1 w< ;. 1j and graduated magna cum Ohio.
1 their fields a variety of vegetables -
Preface). Chances were that another ":,, laude. Sister Marie, a Salesian
1 which would provide : Brother Cade Is a member of
SATURDAY, June 29 doctor would replace her inKentucky Sister of St. John Bosco, has
strength and stamina for the '" the Society of Mary and Is assigned
fits. Peter and Paul, apostles.Ma35 ; chances were children. { tI taught in New York, New Jersey to the New York

( of feast, Gloria, Creed, slimmer that another doctor and Pennsylvania, and has

Preface of Apostles). would go to the Orient She With the help of the German .? spent the last five years of her Province.
"1\'''
SUNDAY, June 30 decided to go herself.In hierarchy, Pat Smith teaching career in the Tampaarea. Eau Gallie
was able to build a 40-bed(
4th Sunday after Pentecost. July, 1959, she arrived at j .
clinic mission station
at her ,
Mass of Sunday, Gloria, Kontum, in the South Vietnam MOST HOLY REDEEMER ASCENSION

Creed, Preface of Trinity). mountains, just 100 miles from but it was not enough. The Members of the Catholic Catholic students who attend

the communist border. The beds had to be removed to 4 4f _fiipL Women's Club of Most Holy public high schools In Eau
Apparition False make room on the floor for : : %
only medical facility was a. the Rick anybody strong ;; Redeemer Parish::; in Tampa are Gallie made a retreat recentlyat

CORPUS CHR1STI Texas leper colony with 250 patients, enough to walk had to be con I sponsoring a bake sale this I Ascension church. .

(NO A "careful Investiga run by the Daughters of Char- Sunday, June 23, in the school
eidered an out-patient. Father Leo J. Gorman C.P.
tion" has exploded the conten- ity of St. Vincent de Paul. cafetorium and at the chapel
tion of a Catholic housewife In view of all that had to be was the retreat master. Approximately -
The patients had never seena hall on 11th Street.
that the Blessed Mother appeared doctor. They did not even |done, Pat Srpith felt she was ST. LAWRENCEForty 175 students attended .

to her at a ranch near doing very little, and she had
the
have a word for doctor in their [ Hours Devotions were retreat
Alice, Texas, Bishop Mariano no idea how much the people
own language; they called Pat ) held I in St. Lawrence Parishon
appreciated what she was -
S. Garriga stated here. '
Smith "the medicine woman." June 9-11. Exposition of the
The Bishop of Corpus Christi doing until one day she returned Blessed Sacrament followed ST. PETERSBURG
With only a poorly equipped
from trip to Saigon
a
Issued warning for "our
a
Dr. Smith Mass each morning: and a ser
to
dispensary use,
Catholic people to keep away worked day and night againsta where she had gone to replenish ____ mon and Benediction of the Edouard C. Craig
from the premises of the alleged her medical supplies. She I
Most Blessed Sacrament Contractor and Distributorfor
world of diseases. It was a were
apparition and, above all, found an old woman sitting on -
given each evening.
the in
world of Stone
Age,
not to give any credence to the the clinic steps, and the old _
which people struggled to get Vikon Metal Ceramicand
woman ,
said "I missed
stories of the so-called cures : you
enough to eat at a time when ,Thanks, medicine woman, for __ Mosaic Tiles
that have taken place. _
other from parts overabundance.Pat of the world.suffered coming back to us." :a1r ___ I Mass ChangesPastors I 917.94th St. So 347-4101

Her Grail service finished in .
ST. PETERSBURG __ listing changes of
.Smith's lived i
people on .
late 1961, Doctor Pat came .
rats and roots, all of them had home. When she saw every. -* / __ Sunday Mass schedules for the

HEINZENSERVICE malaria, 40 per cent had tuber where the frantic pursuit of : summer, invite attention to

culosis, everybody suffered pleasure, she could think onlyof ; : new schedules in these par

from malnutrition, the majorMUMFORD the people in the Kontum :5)j ishes:

mountains, who were con- : Clermont, Blessed I Sacra FLORIST GREENHOUSES
.
200 Lakftlrw Air. So.UK
cerned only with the pursuit of ew-* ) : ment: 8 and 11:30.: NIKE FI.ONEKg

Conditioning trying to stay alive. I Gulfport, Holy Name: 8, 9.30: KG7-2I30:
Refrigeration Air
FREE PICKUP Jfe IKI.IKRY' : -
ST. I'ETERSHETRl
Slth St. a IKIh AT. See Hritt Pump S.rIe.Good Again she felt she shouldbe 'BLOCK' ROSARY ORGANIZED IN TAMPA PARISH and 11. I I

salt Phone OREEV U1-6U8 STAMPS IU-lifted 5th. gt.Appliance South where she was moat :Members of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Holy Name Society in Tampa have or- Jacksonville, Holy Rosary: 6,

Ith St. & Iftth A,.. 8.. Phones needed. She rejoined the ganized a "block rosary." Each week, the rosary is said at the home of a parishioner, 8, 9:30:: and 11:30: ; Our Lady of -
rbon. m-ms Pay 89 -M87 ?'2t. 828-S1I1 Grail, this time for life, and Angels: 6, 7, 9, and 11; Paxon
and a statue of Our Lady is brought to the home. The statue is left in the home fora ;
she went bark to Kontum. Sen. High: 930.: ;1wsei4a2fl. I I
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assigned to assist her, and Pat : 8.Tampa.
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, J]rune 21, 1963 rage Three

I Coming Events
I Father John A. O'Brien Daytona BeachPRINTING

This **'""1" *
future brnefita. ,irrclal .
mtrtlnr and eyf'ti f more
than
l loe-al intrrrat. Advance notlre .r regular ....tJ.tll._ be omitted. I
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Catholic Books Remove
Card party, June 21, 8 p.m., June 28-30, men's retreat, N
"I' Letter Press & Offset
Gainesville Catholic Student St. Leo. ,i"..,'
Center; St. Patrick's AVom- June 28-30, women's retreat 'iI' > Feeling of UncertaintyYOU Couchman Printing Co.
an's Club J. Mallory, Owner
,
sponsor. Holy Xame Academy, San :
I' Catholic I CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia
Fa ith circulating
Catholic Women's Guild, Antonio. can spread your by

Good Shepherd parish, Or. July 5-6, summer festival; ..' .:,.k ,-' among your non-Catholic friends. John J. De-

lando, rummage sale, June fish fry, July 5; St. Brendan :' laney, an editor at Doubleda iy and Co., New York, hasd Welcome Travelers
F :
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21 and 22. Church, Ormond Beach. : 4 brought out scores of splendi Catholic books in an inex- Furniture

June 21-23, women's retreat, July :5-7, women's retreat i r pensive "Image" paperback iition. Every Catholic home Porch and Patio specialties

St. Joseph Academy, St. Au Holy Name Academy, San ri v ',.ffPa c I tr ..1., should have a dozen or more 5 of them and keep them in Rattan Wrought Iron
P
gustine. Antonio. circulation. Aluminum
c
1 the inspiration of the Holy
June 21.23, men's retreat, July o.-7, men's retreat, St. i .t Especially helpful in sharing Spirit, by Catholics and it is Highway I Ormond Beach

BL Leo. IcA your Faith are the two "Image"' \the Catholic Church which decided
J..eo.Jul"
y ; Y.t books "Giants of the Faith"and
12-14 men's
retreat, ( which books were inspired
Jane 23, bake ale! :Most: St. Leo. 1 "The Road to Damascus," Furniture Books
A1 and were, therefore to be Cards
Holy Redeemer parish! July 12.11, women's retreat Y which featuresthe included in that sacred volume. Greeting COX
LLOYD
Tampa. Holy Name Academy, San : skit Antonio. q.M P stories of noted "VJ. and its divinely Office SuppliesCL
.". .,.... .-. ... scholars and S was carrying on
JACKSONVILLEHOME July 12-14, men's retreat, NEW OFFICERS OF ST. PAUL'S GUILD INSTALLED IN JACKSONVILLEOfficers brilliant writ- appointed work of 2-3473
the Faith and min.istering
Beach Street
St. Joseph Academy, Loretto. spreading 118 North
July 12-14, women's re. of St. Paul's Guild were installed recently together with officers of the ers. The Influence to souls for nine years

parish Altar and Rosary Society and the parents' Auxiliary. Those who will of Catholic
treat, St. Joseph Academy, serve before a single word of the New
the Guild in the above with Father Patrick L. Cullen and literature is
STAIR-GLIDE St. Augustine. coming year are pictured 1 Testament was written. Thus Italian and American Food
illustrated
Elevator July 16-18, women'! re Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan V.F., pastor of St. Paul's, from the left, Father Cullen, the conversion n the Catholic Church is not the

X.nt l .* Kair Tcrmiaa treat Holy Xame Academy, Mrs. Carroll Maher, Mrs. Robert Wolfe, Mrs. J. J. Daley, Mrs. A. M. Haiptle, Mrs.C. of Janet Chal-I, child of the New Testamentbut Open 5 P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M.

J."aU" I. tees thaw San Antonio. M. LeBas, president; and Monsignor Nolan. mers of Lom its Mother, as a chart Banquet FacilitiesClosed
boor wlthoat a. -------------------------------- ------------------ shows.
bard. Illinois, who relates this
mark or scratch on r That book presents a list of Mondays
horn. Aut.matleplugfa story:
Ilk. radio. Stairway the Popes from St. Peter, the
fr.. for normal .... I was reared a Presbyterianbut first pontiff to the presentone. SAN REMORESTAURANT
S.r... as Dam I became interested in the
waiter. L That list might be called
Catholic religion after I beganto
the title deed of the Catholic
MEYER &ASSOC.CnnnlBfhkm. date Alfred J. Wolnski a 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL
Church because it shows that
.IU Road. Catholic.Al .
JacksoBTllIo If, Florida to the Catholic Church Jesus 2-1357
\ 4 not only believes in his
the exclusive right to
religion but lives it. I could see gave
preach His gospel and to Inter.
t r what a deep influence it exer
pret it in His name.
} R s cises in his life. He explained v v vv
STEERROO many teachings of the Church As one 'glances at that list
stretching across the centuries
and kindled my interest in
he begins to perceive
.. Catholicism.
.
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:. '. both the apostolicity and universality
I read Father Hurley's "IBelieve" vV
of the Church in
F: and that further
.. of time.
-" point
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interest. took
aL&.OOAL 3.aotC.SDSTEAKS deepened my I
H the premarital instructionsfrom The ten charts and two
: -' .(.>; ;. .
tables in the
"Understanding
1r.s0 Father John C. Mayer V
*f Braver St Viaduct V
EL .1111 ...) F;.: .,". Catholic Faith" bring out the
.
.v ,; :'. .. A pastor of Christ the :King
; ,. ,: divine character of the Catholic -
:
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Church enabled
and me
I :'v "-' \ they
to understand and appreciate religion and the authorityof
.f FLORIDA IS FULL
: termitesyear0j j the Church's teachings on the Catholic Church in a OF DANDEE MOMS
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; 1. f-i marriage and the family.! vivid and impressive manner.
worlt .:.: t After studying that book and
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., .. 'h'__ _- -.' -. -.-.-- ..- ......--.-. .-- ... -. But I wasn't quite ready to listening to Father's Instructions

n -- OFFI'Ells OF ST. JAMES HOME AND SCHOOL CLTTR.____ ORi.ANilOally _______ convert. I was convinced that the
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Father Terence J. Farr recently installed the new Lawrence Schmitz, :Mrs. Norman Theber, Mrs. Frank After our marriage in 1961, Catholic Church is Christ's true

d officers of his parish's H ome and School Club at St. Flynn, deanery; Sister, :Mary Eucharia, principal; :Mrs. we came is studying to Notre Dame engineering whereAl Church.I AWNINGS ALUMINUM

call = James School in Orlando. .They are, from the left, Mrs. Harold Baker, president; and Mrs. Robert Farrell. and secured an apartment in was baptized and receivedour S rccaEaclotnr..
Eucharistic Lord with Al
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PATRONIZE TIIESEADVERTISERS GainesvilleST. James R. Jacobs, treasurer for University Village for married. CtrpcrtiPattM (A5UALn
r second term; Mrs. Clarence Daytona BeachST. students. kneeling at my side. Now we Sereca Winders c.c.iraiwTrallerCabana.
are more closely united, and .
WHO SUPPORT PATRICK Doerr, secretary.The PAUL One day Father Roman S.
tat th oak.of your home YOUR CATHOLIC PAPERIASfIRVING On June 21, 8 p.m., members annual project of the Mrs. Eugene Darche of Jack Ladewski, C.S.C., chaplain of our children will have the

of St. Patrick's Woman's Clubin club members, comfort bags to sonville was in Daytona Beachin the married students, called at example of both their parents

Gainesville invite friends to assist patients in Lake City's her capacity as vice-presi our home. When he found thatI practicing the same holy faith.
I
1 PHARMACY[ patronize a benefit card party Veterans Hospital, included the dent of the St. Augustine Dean. was interested in the Catholic

i they will hold in the Catholic recent donation of 25 kits. ery Council of Catholic Wom religion, he started me on a

KKM: .\HI.K FKKst'Kll'TION: SKRMCK: Student Center. The donationis Sarasota en. Her topic was "The Storyof complete course of instruction THE

k Pror. lomiictic. Clear and Camera Department a dollar a person. a Good Right Arm," her and had{ me study."Understand ,
ire. Pickup and V t\\ttf Luncheon and Soda Bar e''r0.oaed h'
IOU Blandlnr BUd. XV 8-0734. S-035 Mrs. Frances Lawton was INCARNATION '.r a Qi p Came QeI1Qf._ .,S't..Paul's; ing.'the Catholic Faith," published i.e111.ss.le.fdKFree
A31S Jammet Rd. 771-690J cited for perfect attendance Ave Maria Guild' membefsJ"::Woman's Club. in Daytona by the Ave Maria Press.It .

D. Q. \STKRL1NG, OwnerManagerACADEMY during the club year at the have plans to make items for' Beach. shows 'how the Catholic

L recent installation me e tin 1 g. the annual church bazaar in Circle chairmen were, named. Church was founded by Christ Estimates

Mrs. Maude Dickinson installed November. They were to meet and authorized to teach all na Phone CL 2.6034
They are: INTERIORS
OF THE HOLY NAMESResident these officers: today at the home of Mrs. Joseph tions. I was startled to discover DRAPERIESSLIPCOVERSQualified
Mrs. Frank J. Nelson, Mrs.J. Boyetfe Awningand
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully Mrs. LouisV. Ziegler, presi Nutto to begin to make that the Apostles and Evange- Decorator Service
accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general dent, for her second term; Mrs. the gifts for sale at the bazaar. B. Gormley, Mrs. Emma Ly- lists :were all Catholics.All RIVERSIDE Venetian Blinds Co.Est. .

courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy Lowell Mock, Mrs. Edward Mrs. Clark Albritton is general man, Mrs. E. T. Holland, -. Mrs.. the books of the New CL 3-9074 1114 Hill 1947
Holly
Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa Florida. Jacunski vice-presidents; Mrs.INSTALLATION. chairman. :Mary Bruckner. Testament were written under 112 Madison Ave.

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Floyd J. Tredway's
SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN A E5 rw 1 .:'j : .:
BEACH : : Daytona Moving & Storage Co. i

Resident and dar school for jrlrln-trade* one through tx. Extensive Agents ALLIED VAN LINES INC.
grounds In .. hilly and picturesque region. Large Mlmmlnff pool. a. .
Tennis rourtt. Other sports facilities. "Mufclo art. dancing and dramatics. / DAYTONA DE LAND
Conducted by the Mntrr of alnt Joseph For further Information \ 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1636 560 So. BIvd.r _UK 4-5587
apply to: SUter Ilreetre. Saint' Joseph Academy. Jensen Iteaeh. 9kJ.
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"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCE 1881"


ROSARIAN and clatduol for gills ACADEMYResident on Chores of beautiful 7 ( 11w 't t8 Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons

Lake Worth. Grades one to tuohe.) Fully accredited. New ..- _
buildings. All sports music i art, dramatic Directed by Registered JewelersCL
Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, l : : : b 9
I 2.2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St.
ROS.JU.XC.UEI\, WEST PALM BEACH .. t

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SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY y. .i. i 'rr ,- RUMMAGE SALE
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SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA ;,; '''" t- WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
p t..1' -
Resident! and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 1'- : j _

Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited 9:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.

; Music i Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor w' ) ;?. ra axat SATURDAY- 10:00: A.M. to 12 Noon
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further particulars address: Sister Directress : f ,
"A New Sale Every Week"
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1 _OF_HOLY NAME WOMEN'S CLUB OFFICERS, I GULFPORT THE RUMMAGE SHOP 713 Main Street

: HOLY NAME ACADEMY vainer Frank P. Good an, of Holy Name Parish in Jr. and :Mrs. John Hyland; seated, Mrs. Fred Ranieri,

1 SAN ANTONIO Gulfport, was the principa 1 speaker at the recent in- Mrs. Joseph Arunski, Fathei- Goodman, :Mrs. Horace M.Mrs. .

stallation of officers for his 5 parish Women's Club. New Fleisher, president; and Frederick Schmidt, in. You'll Be Glad You Stopped

; Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters officers are, from the left, standing, Mrs. Emil George stalling officer. QUICK I 'N1 TASTY
Resident and day school for sills Grades nine through

tU"el"ec tdrmic and commercial courses and private St. PetersburgCDA installed at the Catholic Daughters V.F. has reorganized the St. Ormond Beach COFFEE SHOP

1! elates in the fine arts are offered Extensive; campu with Hall. Paul's Women's Club, dividingit Ocean Fresh Seafood. Sandwiches

private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor The following officers were into the main circles of altar, ST. BRENDAN Chicken-Steak-Ham Dinners

all frpoits Officers of Catholic Daugh installed by Mrs. Frank Schei- charity, school and confra Preparations are nearly complete OPEN 11:30 A.M.-9:00 P.M.

}'CI.14YCCREUIT... n dell state regent: ternity.At for the annual summer 2 Miles North of St. Brendans on AIA

For further information address ters of America Court Sancta Mrs. Amos P. Sulzback,grand the installation of officersfor festival sponsored by membersof CLOSED MONDAYS OR 7-3859

SISTER REGISTRAR regent; Miss Eileen Creedon, St. Brendan parish In Or
Maria No. 952, were recently the club, Father Henry J.
\ice-regent; Mrs. John Jones Miron of Lakeland was the mond Beach on July 5 and 6.

I prophetess; Mrs. Lloyd Wagner Various activities and booths
speaker. The president of
financial secretary; Mrs. Santa Fe High School broughthis for all ages are planned for the DAYTONA Retail Sales

r James Lewis_ historian.Mrs. event which will be held on Discount Prices
real James Wynne, treasurer school's choral group, the the church grounds.On .

t F\ Mrs. John Moser, monitor "Twilighters," to entertain the Friday, July 5, there will FURNITURElarge

; Mrs. Pasquale Mignone, west coast club. be a fish fry from 450: to 7:30.

good t sentinel; Mrs. Jessie Hower, Banquet was served in the

lecturer; Mes. Ludwig Smialek, Orange Blossom Cafeteria. POWDER PUFF Selection SHOWROOMS
organist Mrs. Cunning- Furniture
: ; Henry Quality
.'f' l' ham, Mrs. William O'Mara, Newly installed are Mrs BEAUTY SALON ., Robert LWhite Pres.
---i [ James R. Caldwell
; t president;
Miss Martha and Mrs.
t Conroy, Creative Hair Styling Municipal Airport-Off Hwy. 92
.. f '_ William Gruver, trustees. Mrs. Robert Dudley Jr.. Mrs.E. Permanents Silver
Blendingand
J Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building
I ",, : t St The outgoing grand regentis H. Lavoie, vice-presidents; Tinting
r
.r 1 I Mrs. Henry Cunningham. Mrs. Agnes Ecker, secretary;; HrltB 31. Srheenk. OR 7-4313
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ST. PAUL and Mrs. Harry Vogel, treasurer. 2* 8.. Atlantic. Orm..d Beach
McDoaald's: lIa..bar..ere-th. tastiest the meatiest, the "beto.t"-tho way j" ULe Vm bet Our old.
fashioned shakes are the talk.;, of the town. Our reneh frl.rl.p. coldea brows and plpiac hot->"u never Miss Jane Mary Bachnik, Opp. Coquina Hotel '
had 'em .o good. lntaat ..nlC'. and prices that pl.*_. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. HANSARD'S

acftesMcDonald's F'rancisV.. Bachnik St. Peters. _
look for the golden
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An English major Miss TUNE-UPS 170 Ridgewood Holly Hill
Jacksonville _,. South. Pasadena e rinelu Park .. St. Peter bureXjUjEO Bachnik was a graduate of St.

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I omment
of Asceticism THERE are few proverbs who have the most right to and was humiliated by the

misapplied than our love. True enough, the laughter of his classmates. He

the axiom, "Charity begins at, home does present many temptations comes home from school In a I I
Disciples Experienced Same Emotions Makes All the Difference home. Usually this maxim is;, in the area of charity. wilful mood and exacerbatesthe

invoked to Within the family, we are so family for the remainderof

THE feeling of grief which the world experiences the rays of divine consolation and hope? "YOUR Catholic saints torture themselves and starve warrant excus- exposed to one another's faults the evening. There is some

in the interregnum of Pope History however will record the newly just like Hindu fakirs. It's probably i n g ourselves and weaknesses. It is inevitable excuse for Johnny, of course.

John XXIU and the newly elected Pope elected Pope as the successor. of Pope John masochism in both cases." from some obligation that we do at times get on He does not have an adult'sinsight

must be very much like that experiencedby XXIU. How this history will be written no You couldn't have a better example of a habit we have external each other's nerves. And little into the dynamics of
human behavior.Yes .
the followers of Christ during the time one knows. This much we do know. Thereis already noticed, the habit of assuming that to the things can so annoy us.
charity must begin at
of Christ's death office held which look alike in fact alike. family. "I can't Another source of unchari-
and His appearance to no by man whose duties are things are home. For a family in which
give much to
the Apostles. well defined It's true that Catholic asceticism tableness in the home is the
so nor success more assured. quite the 1 there is frequent sniping and
Even the anticipation of wonderingwhat How well the final verses of St. Mark Eastern asceticism, and masochism all involve building par fund s,hl against fact that each we are other.so defenseless Having snapping there Is a simple

the new vicar of Christ will do could sum up the feelings of mankind today on bodily pain. But the purpose of eachis a man nothing to fear from those remedy. Let the members of

be likened to that of the disciples when the election of a new Pope: totally different. A murderer thrustsa "My own p. who love us, it is easy to Unload the family agree to treat each

Christ ascended into heaven. How could "And seeing him they adored: but knife into a man, so does a surgeon. The house isn't -w- upon them the hostilityand other as friends rather than as

Peter follow Christ as the visible head of some doubted. purpose, what each is trying to do, makesall the aggression which be- relatives. Let them show

the Church? Yet we know that the Church "And Jesus coming spoke to them say- the difference. For the Eastern ascetic Father Leo J. Tresepaid long elsewhere. towards each other the same

grew like the mustard seed under Peter ing: All power is given to me in heaven k only spirit is important. The body is an A psychological commonplace -consideration and courtesy that

and his successors. and in earth. evil, a prison, something from which he for" and charity begins at: is the man who, rebuked they would show, not merelyto
.... home. A woman, asked to par. friends, but even to casual
How could follow "Going therefore, teach ye all nations: wants to be liberated. He puts it to painas by his boss, comes home to give
anyone Pope John, ticipate in some outside activity acquaintances.Let .
baptizing them in the name of the Father a way of breaking free from it, his goal is to be rid his wife a rough time. She
the Pope of peace, the Pope who called the .. begs off on the score that them make liberal use
e -" the resentment that he
and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost. or it tor ever. ..unaamen-- her family needs all her at: catches of such phrases "Please"
council the ,tic must not go in for practices as, ,
Pope who crossed racial and dare not vent upon the boss.
"Teaching them to observe all things the is hated. "
tally body tention.
which would shorten his life. "Charity begins at: "Thank you, "Would you
religious barriers to win all with the love whatsoever I have commanded And : Children, too frequently suffer "
home she
you. We can dismiss the masoch, The Cure d'Ars who slept an quotes. as..her mind? "Excuse me, and "I'm
of Christ, the Pope who pierced the cloudof behold I am with you all days even to the ists quickly-they are people'who hour or two every night and clincher. from misplaced wrath. sorry." Let each watch him

gloom which covered the world with consummation of the world. get sexual stimulation out seems to have eaten nothingbut Both of these persons maybe Johnny commits some minor self carefully for resentmentsthat

of suffering bodily pain: as sad. a few potatoes, lived to fully justified in declining P misdemeanor which calls for are brought in from out.
John C. O'Brien Ists get it out of inflicting bodily be seventy-three. the proposed responsibility. no more than a mild admoni- side and which are seeking

pain. Nothing could be But there is a deeper use However, when they say that t: tlon. Mother, however, has had ventilation upon an Innocent
further from asceticism, of suffering than to bring the "Charity begins at home," they P: a hard day and is filled to the

I Is U.S. Foreign Aid Effective ? whether Eastern or Catholic.But body under the control of a are not using the phrase In its:i neck with frustration. Johnny's head.Let each be especially rig-

these two differ from each spirit which is itself obedientto true meaning.The pecadillo brings down upon; llant when he finds himself

TWO main arguments for marines. Clearly, friendly con. not support this thesis. Our other as much as both from God. And quite apart from right sense of the proverb him a blast of anger out of unduly fatigued or worried.

of foreign aid ventional military forces along economic and military assist. masochism.The sufferings w e deliberately is that, In the home of all proportion to the gravity of his Above all, let each have

I on Its present scale deserve the sino-soviet frontier cannot ance expenditures, including Catholic has no such choose to undergo for our own places, love should reign. If offense. enough of a sense! of humorto
critical examination by the influence these Red attacks interest on borrowed money, hatred. He loves Christ's body spiritual health, life brings to we do not practice charity Johnny dots not know that bear with one another's
congressional committees now from the sky. total $120 billion. A substantial and nourishes his spirit uponit everyone sufferings in plenty. towards those who are he just happens to be a con. faults

holding hearIngs Nor can it be shown that part of this sum, of course, was in the Eucharist; he loves Listen to St. Paul again (Col- closest to us, how cano lenient lightning rod for his Such a family will find their
on the Ad. foreign military forces have channeled into the NATO his own body and knows that, ossians 1,24)): "I fill up in my claim to love our neighbor? mother's pent-up irt. He can efforts richly rewarded by the

ministration'sforeign made a significant contribution countries and for this we have though there will be separationat flesh what is wanting of the i How can we honestly clairri 1 only brood tearfully on the peace and harmony that descends
aid request to defeat of communist reaped a full return. Europewas death, the separation will sufferings of Christ for His i love God? "Charity begin;s; injustice of the adults In hiss upon their home. Char

One Is aggression! where It has actually saved from communismand not be final-spirit and body Body, which is the Church." at home," means that home bi orld. ity has begun at home and will

the claim that been undertaken. restored to vigorous eco- will be reunited, and for ever. Nothing was wanting in the i the real test of our charity. But Johnny takes his turnat flow out from there to the

the billions Allies who received much nomic health. Why then does he practice sufferings by which Our Lord[ It is one of life's continuing g making the family an outlet L world. And Christ can dwell

spent for military United States military aid pro- Elsewhere, however, American asceticism, denying his body won redemption for the human i tragedies that we so ofteicause 1 for his grievances. He made a there in comfort as one of the
assistanceto vided only five per cent of the aid has failed signally what it likes forcing it to bear race. But for the application to, the most hurt to thosi e fool of himself in school todayslot family.

nations contiguous total forces which fought the to produce that political maturity what it dislikes? Because the each individual soul of the Re- -
to the North Korean communists and which Mr. Rostow pleasures we can get from the demption which He alone
Father John J. Caste
communistbloc the United States footed all the cited as the chief justificationfor body are so great that they could win, He can use the sufferings -
and to bills. continuation of the for- can enslave us. of the members of His

South American nations contribute Today, In South Vietnam the eign aid program.In The body must be brought Mystical Body. Faithful Chant Thanks in Psalms I
to the security of the United States has some 12,000 Laos for example where under the spirit's control-or He did not inflict on Himself .

United States. Defenders of troops; the only others fightingthe $480 million was spent the gov- rathere must bring ourselves the sufferings by which
written to gratitude and praise in "new For the ancient Semites the
psalms were a 1
military assistance maintain Reds are the South Viet ernment is dominated by the under control by mastering He redeemed us He made THE
prayed but not silently.The song;" this latest evidence of oceans were an object of awe, 1 1I
.
that American dollars are pro- namese themselves. The military pro-communist wing.A ourselves in this matter the sufferings others inflicted I
viding a foreign military forceof equipment provided Cuba left-wing dictator, who recently of the body. That Is nor- on Him redemptive. The Hebrews customarily prayed God's favor to His people calls a symbol of primeval chaos.
alniirl. and when the Priest for a fresh expression of joy But even they are under the
two million men ready to by this country is now arrayed had himself proclaimedruler mality: to be governed by the sufferings life brings to us .
and adoration control of the LORD.
meet any communist threat. against us, largely under soviet for life, is running Indo- body's appetites is abnormal -these! too lie can make Hell saw Sam- : complete
Past experience, however, control. nesia, where 670 million American (though horribly common). redemptive: If we offer them uel's mother, Exult you just in the LORD; The third stanza ((8-12) extends -

suggests that aside from the Another reason given by defenders tax dollars have been Nor must we see this a s to Him, He can unite them Anna, movingher praise from the upright is fit the notion of God's supreme -

NATO forces, United States- of the foreign aid pro- spent. Despite the aid, the Indonesian something thought u p by with those lie suffered Himself lips sound- ting ((1)). dominion from natureto j
maintained foreign forces have gram is that it is the best, if economy is shatteredand monks and such-like fanatics.St. and use them for the lessly at the God had promised to protect history. All nations are in ..
made a negligible contributionto not the only effective instru- its money is practically Paul states it with a lovely redeeming of others. shrine of Shiloh Ills people, and all His power. He has a plan for

preserving the peace.If ment for encouraging the worthless.In lucidity (Corinthians 9,27)): "I Much is said of the problemof he accused throughout their stormy history mankind, and even though hose

the Soviet Union has refrained growth of politically mature, Korea, where we have chastise my body and bring it suffering: but not much is her of being He did so. It is this tile forces may try to thwartit

from carrying out aggressive democratic societies. This is the spent $3.4 billion, the only attempt into subjection lest I who said of what is, in the practical tipsy. The fidelity to His word which is they will inevitably fail:
intents it has not been justification for continuation of to set up democratic have preached to others should order, the problem of suffering psalms were the theme of Ps. 32. Once But the plan of the LORD
foreign military assistance that the be intended not again _He lias demonstrated stands forever; the design of
program given Congress by government failed and the myself cast away. His sal- -namely how not to waste It.
has stayed its hand but the '\". W. Rostow, head of the country is run now by a military vation was not certain, a body Suffering costs so much, it onlv----J -for-- vnrnl. ---- that His word is supremely his heart, through all genera.
superiority of the United States Policy Planning Staff of the junta.In not under control imperilledit would be tragic if no good recitation; usually they were reliable, supremely powerful.In tions (11)).

nuclear striking force. State Department.Only a few countries Americanaid ; he chastised his body- could be drawn out of it. Nota sung and often to instrumental the beginning by a simple God's providence reachesnot

The major Red military by providing substantial has been fruitfully spent. "hammered" it is almost nearer throb of it need be wasted- accompaniment. There are command He brought the uni- only to the general sweep

threat against the United States economic aid it is argued, can But the failures are numerous to his meaning-as a way offered to Christ united with clear references to this practice verse into being and with equal of human history, but to Individual

can come only from armed we head off the rise of dictatorships enough to warrant a more selective -to control it. The main purpose His used by Him, it can ad- in Ps. 32: Give thanks to ease continues to control its lives as well:
spacecraft, bombers and mis- of the Left or the Rightin approach to the foreignaid of mortification is forti- vantage other men's souls ever- the LORD on the harp; with forces: From heaven the LORD looks
tiles based on Russia or Cuba under-developed countries. program than has been followed ficatibn. lasting. the ten-stringed lyre chant his By the word of the LORD down; he sees all mankind .

and missiles fired from sub- But again the record does in the past. None of which means that This may go further than praises. Sing to him a new the heavens ere made; by the lie who fashioned the heart of

we should think up ingeniousways the questioner feels able to fol song; pluck the strings skillfully breath of his mouth all their each, he who knows all their

of hurting the body ferociously low it, or we to carry him. But ,with shouts of gladness ((2-3)). host. He gathers the waters of works ((13,15)).
Father Michael V. Gannon as one has heard of it's a reality, for him and for The occasion of this psalm the sea as in a flask; in cellars The success of a nation Is the

Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters Eastern ascetics doing. We are us. Meanwhile, even without seems to have been a brilliant he confines the deep. result, not of military might,

strongly advised by the Churchnot going so far, we can leave him victory of God's people over The "host" or army of the but of its fidelty to God ((16-19)! ),

to start on mortifications in no doubt that Christian asce- pagan enemies, a victory in heavens Is a frequent biblical and so the psalmist ends his

CjReat in without the advice of the Priestto ticism is a world apart from which the Lord's interventionwas figure for the heavenly bodies, prayer with this plea:

: whom we confess our sins. Eastern; and at least he will clearly evident. The choir which appear to march majestically May your kindness 0 LORD,
And in any event mutilation of never again mention masochism director of the temple calls across the face of the sky, be upon us who have put our

L __ lORlba catholic histORy the body is strictly forbiddenas in the same breath as either. upon the faithful to chant their like a well-disciplined army. hope in you ((22)).

-- "--- ---- gravely sinful and the
I I ; asce- .

Seven Luis Hernandez de Bledma,. march De Soto crossed the Washington Letter

"W,1Chapter realized that And so began, on July 15, river of Mococo (probably
was to be 1539, an extraordinary ex what Is now the. Alafia River) Question BoxChurch Law I I
Equal Pay not Equal Rights
found here we left the Port ploration.De and reached Lake Thonotosassa -

of Bahia Honda in order to Soto, his Priests and sol. which the Spaniards called Dedication 'Seals -
"Lake of the Rabbit" because President Kennedy the Constitution, which is still spect should be had for "the
move Inland with all the men diers, and the repatriated "In. WHEN
I who had come, except for 26 dian" Juan Ortiz, left their. there a rabbit frightened the Name the equal pay bill being urged and which the characteristics which nature
Bestowed
horsemen and 60 footmen, who west coast encampment and j horses and caused a delay. Upon It Into law a few days a few days NCCW has earnestly opposedfor has given each."
The it represented a victory in decades. The council has pointed out
remained to guard the port marched northward into the:. expedition passed by the ago
until the Governor (De Soto) trackless continent. Only three: site of present Dade City and Q. How does a new parish church receive its name? If which the National Council of The proposed Equal Rights that "equal" does not mean

should communicate with themor years later De Soto would be I crossed the swampy region at the altar must have relics of the patron, how could this be Catholic Women had a notable amendment, which a numberof "identical" and has backed

bid them to join him ." far the:. the northern end of Lake done in those churches rlpdr.! it. w1 tn tf*. Wr lv. finirit_ r.r trip.... part. senators and representativeshave government study of discrimination -
standing as away as ----- ----- --- --- -- --- ----.Ir---" --
So wrote the king's representative Mississippi River.In Apopka. By July 28 De Soto. Transfiguration, or the Res The new legislation requiresthat introduced in the present against women, asking
on the expedition, the first days of the s was in the province 0 f the urrection? Hence, the second part of the women who are coveredby session of Congress, as they that existing discrimination be
Ocale tribe near the present question is based upon a false the minimum wage law have in many former Con- removed "unless justified by
city site of Ocala. The area A. When the a new parish is established -assumption. It is obvious that shall be paid the same wagesas gresses, provides that: "Equal differences in physical structure -

CTRANGE BUT pleased him so much he church ,is selected title of the some patrons would not have men for performing the ity of rights under the laW'shalt biological or social func
the
TRUE by "
planned to return to make a extant relics. same jobs. not be denied or abridgedby tion.
J Bishop.The
Little-Known Facts for
settlement and he buried some the United States or by any While wiping cut a large
Its provisions do not
coverall
By M. MURRAY w *IN&*.cwc"_ Iii.... iron tools for that purpose. pastor, the people of the Q. If "Orthodox" Priestsare just the state on account of sex." number of legislative gains
working women
parish or major benefactors, true Priests, why can tediously won the
Pacing from one Indian by women,
27,300,000 estimated to be On its face, this seems to be
may make suggestions. The not Catholics to Mass NCCW further contends the
Tillage to the next, De Soto go regularly covered by the Fair Labor reasonable legislation, and cal ,
reached a river that he called patron name of the church is in an Orthodox so-called Equal Rights amend
Standards Act of 1938 as culated to win a good deal of
the> Santa Fe, or "Holy the Divine Person, (e.g. "HolySpirit" Church? If a Catholic Priest amended.It popular support. But the ment would substitute nothingof
Faith." ), the mystery ("Resur- were not available, could a, value In their stead.
is, the President said, onlya NCCW, and other organizations -
rection" the
), sacred
The object Catholic receive the last rites
( Spaniards named the "
"first step but added thatit have consistently warned
("Holy Cross"), or the saint
rivers from an Orthodox Priest?
as they to them.
came )
that it would be
to
(St. Patrick" in made clear "our determination prove a
) whose name
By August 18 he was at an A. Dying with the sacramentsis that when women enter delusion.
the church is
blessed
or consecrated -
Indian village just south of such an important thing that the labor force, they will find The XCCW has told con-
Olustee Creek, from which he the Church does all she can to equality in their pay enve gresionai committees from
set out on a march that took It is forbidden to change the make sure her children have lopes." time to time the proposed CathaticFLORIDA
him through the regions of title of a church, once the ded.
I ICEIr _ the service of a Priest at the The NCCW. and other national constitutional amendment under
modern Lake City and Live ication has been performed.The last hour. If no Catholic Priestis *organizations, have the guise of gibing equality

1CJtS b4A Oak and along the banks of the church may not be available and since the worked for legislation of this would wipe out legal ?ibIIsh.d ".Py Yrhlay

fUGtSTtDnr "Rher of the Deer," the SUe named after one who is not yet Church has authority before sort for many years. This fact safeguards protecting ,,"om. CATHOLIC PRESS, In*.
m *NCiCHT SAtikiC orSTMAftK 7.0. BeE 3591 GArdM JI4UIIS
W ROME *Mt BUILT OM TUT wanee. canonized (but only beatified), God over all true Priests was recognized when President an's position in the home and E..* CUni Drift, OrU. TMC ATUAt'flfeUSEW,4pC APOSTLE WflOTt H4 COSfIL A The expedition was now approaching without the permission of the whether they recognize' it or Kennedy signed the new measure In society, many of which la U.S.A. and Canada
UNDER THt GUIDANCE OF ST PITER. C'- ., territories occupiedby Holy See. not she allows Orthodox into law. He invited the she won only after long and $5.00Tlii$4.00. per year; thr e untrl..

4.) A MIRACULOUS PICTURC o [' the Apalache tribe. De Soto's The titular feast of the Priests to give the last sacra- NCCW to be among the groups persevering effort. Florida
sc;+ rLk1 MADOMMA CHILD Catholic fi a m81t..rct
AND VTNCAATEO
men crossed the swamp of church is to be ments to Catholics who are in Such "blanket" the
celebrated the
".'Ak'4i ii ti N Gvoft,*4u *SAftV.tfctr I.p.4t YtAI an- represented at ceremony.He legislation. Catholic Press AMoclatlon
I 1697 HWUMlRABLt WITNESSES As>ile and the Aucilla river, and nually, in accordance with the danger of death. used a number of pen! represents "a false solution of and the National Cathollo Welfare

-ri'w e.-t--a-; .- SAW BREAK TMC IHTO TIOUKC A PROfUSC or OUR AVCAT LADY OF in October, reached the principal liturgical rules. If the title has The Church cannot however, in affixing his signature, and the problems of discrimination and Conference Martin! ,New publishers'Service.rrpresenta.Boguer

root TO /prjtttfji UT1ON 8LOOO ANt WATTR.. town of the Apalache the names of two saints (e.g. as a rule, allow Catholics to gave one to each of the representatives because of its fake assumptionthat tire. Entered: as aecond clam mall

CATHOLIC matt wrr CNlJRrHlt 63O ?'- _,. sA' .- -- Indians near the present site "John and Paul"), and their worship in an Orthodox church of women's groups man and woman are identical Mar under 1.the 1SS Act, of at March Orlando 3, 1171.Florida

RlJt'I"IA: "to.. 'S .: 6x :klt of Tallahassee.Here feasts occur on different daysof because, even though the Mass present at the White House. and hence should have
t&fTHffit**t 0IVXACMY&Vt J-: '. ': ."''; > ,' 4 the expedition was constantly the calendar, both feasts said there is valid, the dangerof Margaret Mealey, NCCW executive identical treatment," the council EB
7HlttllN'f'Jt iTlIlF. < harassed by Indian should be celebrated. schism director received holds.
: falling into (separa. a pen Tether Ttaeeat E. BmltkKiecutlve
:>lJ1i'Ttrf. -
I'f warriors. Nonetheless, De Soto Usually the main altar of the tion from the Pope) or of preparing -as representative of Mrs. Joseph The NCCW says It. gives Editor
OHM4UVCY thought it the best place in church is dedicated to the the way for schism is McCarthy of San Fran "frank recognition" to the fact Editor: Mlt. .. Jmmt qui..
Mark \
7UUfl"a.4Y.1W6I.VL' JhU.C
X* Mttt _ which to stop and pass the titular of the church. Although too great. And schism is very cisco, NCCW president.This that "although men and women .I.**.>k A. )Kl r
WHO tfcstrr int Aromts **r/NVTTTOHOtfiCr 7D .ruPH1t IIV $!"./1.Jl./AIi r winter. every altar must contain relicsof grave scandal and great obsta- new law is not to be are equal in their personal AdtertiBinc Manager
-ANT**
Of fZC/UiW. TH/f CUSTOM HAf BCFM DttOlt >
tfUfOrr .qiwovr.4 iJlUIIIH P4 I flO YCAIilS. Nest Work: saints, it is not required that cle to the spread of God's King- confused with the so-called dignity they are nevertheless
Death on the Mississippi relics of the titular be enclosed. dom. Equal Rights amendment to different," and it believes re- Friday, June 21, 1963

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The Fiords Catholic, Friday, Fane Z1, 1963 Page FivePope's

Four Latin Inscriptions StolePresented



Recall Pope's MemorialsVATICAN
i. .ie .ES y4 To



CITY (NC)The Roman synod, the ecumenical council, the peace that S U.S. BishopsVATICAN

he promoted, and the love that he attracted have been recounted in the four Latin inscriptions L I S ?

on the_ catafalque used at the Solemn Requiem Mass for Pope John XXm insc. > CITY (XC) A

meter's Basilica. t olden itole, the deathbed gift
he showed the ways of a right tary of Briefs to Princes, Mon .
The 4J ,
four Inscriptions read: t f Pope John XXIII to the
solution of many social and signor Amleto Tondlnl
"Bishop of the Roman -.S. Bishops, will be delivered
political questions, so that The inscriptions were
Church, which gave exampleto postedon > the National Shrine of the
finally all peoples might be the catafalque during the
all the others (other diocesesof Iu nmaculate Conception In
able to enjoy such great aspira- last three, days of the official
the Church), whether with 'ashlngton, D.C., following the
tions toward peace in a permanent nine days of mourning. On
the celebration of the synod or action of a new Pope.
way."Beacon those three days-June 15, 16, .F
with numerous other stole gift to
cares, he The was a
and support of the and.17-the College of Cardinals a 'Y 1f
gave his attention without ti "ope John from Francis Car.
Holy Church, especially with attended the Requiem ,
respite in order to perfect it 4A a final Spellman, Archbishop
1 the convocation of the Second Masses with special solemnity.
ever more. >f Xew York, on the Pope's
Vatican Council, he sought with The Mass on June 15 was
"Hope of the human family, :Oth birthday. He wore it on
all his might, not only to explain celebrated by Giuseppe Cardinal 7, .K f
he opening day of the ecu-
and strengthen the -Ferretto of the Vatican administrative neatest council.

St. Augustine Church, but to bring back to staff. af ))n June 11 the stole was re-
The Mass on June 16 was
it the separated brothers as the irned to Cardinal Spellmanith
celebrated by Giovanni Cardinal iY ,
Christ." an accompanying letter
single sheepfold of t'S
Urban I, Patriarch of 'p
"Goodness personified, he Venice.On om Amleto Cardinal Cico-
PONTIAC I nani. Pope John's Secretary
loved each and every man the final day Mass was a .
State. The letter said:
America. >.. 1 Road Car with incredible tenderness as celebrated by Eugene Cardinal !- with personal
"It Is great
Tisserant Dean of the S.
t BANTA BROS.St. his sons and in life as in his pleasure that I comply with
1 College of Cardinals.
and after death he was t3 he request of Monsignor Loris
Augustine agony Delegations of governments .___. ._. .. ... _
tonTf f Vm r lf T f* -A J n g M C |J -- MlU f T TfTT- WHm VSk--- nr .cm..vjm J l.m ul.iyjganm .c .t j.nfc .y.-' 9 private secretary of
I Dapovilla,
loved by them in return in a
attended the final Mass. The
marvelous way"The DELEGATIONS FROM NATIONS AT POPE JOHN'S FUNERAL ,the: late Pope John XXIH. in

official United States delega Pontifical Requiem Mass President Lyndon B. John. University of Notre Dame; Belgium, husband of Princess |transmitting the enclosed beautiful -

EUGENE L. BARNES four Inscriptions were tion was led by Vice President for Pope John XXIII was offered son. Among the dignitaries Rev. Benjamin E. Mays, Paola; Belgian Foreign 1 stole which the Pontiff

& SON composed by the Papal Secre Lyndon B. Johnson. on June 17 in St. Peter's above are, from left. Princess Negro Baptist educator of Minister Pant Henri Spaak; wore at the opening 0 f the

Basilica Vatican City. The Paola of Belgium, Prince Atlanta; the Vice Presidentof historic] Second Vatican Ecumenical
I REALTORS & INSURORS head of the delegation from Felix of Liechtenstein; Dr. the U.S.; James A. Farley, and Premier Sean Lemass of 1 Council on October

65 King StreetSt. the United States was Vice George N. Shuster, of the Xew York, Prince Albert of Ireland. ,11, 1962.
Augustine
'"This precious pontifical
Established 1895Budgeting Laity Called to Help vestment was given to mt on

i 1 the day of the Holy Fathtr's


i Carry Christ to Marketplace, Bishop Asks''ieath.: "Monsignor Capovllla has

i asked that this treasured stole

AMARILLO (NC-Arch- "v.', '1f'"f W"T. _* ; 1 be given to the National Shrineof
: ,_ --
bishop Robert E. Lucey has I the Immaculate ConceptionIn

L said that laymen, who are Washington, D.c., as a tokenof

tr "soldiers of the cross," must 4y the late Holy Father's esteem -

bring the "truth and grace and affection for the hierarchy

Jt 3, yr and love of Christ into the ;t $ f clergy, religious and

marketplace where Bishopsand faithful of the United States."

Priests cannot go." i
; *
R )
Archbishop Lucey of San
CLEARWATERJIM'S
Antonio, Texas, called for an
o- ,
? all-out effort on the part of

the laity in his sermon at the
/ AUTO BODY
enthronement of Bishop Lawrence s RY

Use Our Low Cost M. De Falco as the fifth x
Bishop of Amarillo. & PAINT SHOP

Checking Plan Ten members of the hier-
111S Court St-ClearwaUr. Fla.
I archy occupied places of honorin <
I A the crowded Sacred Heart Completa Wreck: Work
You can keep an accurate ,
e cathedral here at the enthronement and Aat. rotating

record of your spend rites. Bishop De Falco, Appliance KeflaUhed

mak/ former rector of St. Patrick's
ing and really keep: to L Mit r Phone 446-6304
co-cathedral in Fort Worth

your budget with our ,! where he was consecrated on Iwf FRET KSTIMATKS

-- ..J May 30, succeeds Bishop John re
Simple checking account I
I AT MASS FOR POPE JOHN Morkovsky who became Co r a

system. Catholics and non-Catholics alike attended Requiem adjutor Bishop of Galveston- ---r:. --_ ..- ,-- 1 -, ,'u _

I Masses around the nation to mourn the late Holy Father, Houston on June 11. AMERICAN CARDINALS AT CONCLAVE If the Shoe Fits

St. Augustine Pope John XXIII. Secretary of State Dean Rusk (left) "In our time religion Is' urn. _. ', Prior to the opening of the conclave, June 19, the five American Cardinals met

P i National- Bank gives his condolences to Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi, der heavy attack from" the in Vatican City; from the left, Chicago's Albert Cardinal :Meyer; Boston's Richard Car- REPAIR fIT \

1 apostolic delegate in the United States, following a sol- powers of darkness, Arch- dinal Cushing; New York's Francis Cardinal Spellman; SL Louis's Joseph Cardinal ,

emn Requiem Mass at the National Shrine of the Im- bishop Lucey said. "False phil- Ritter and Los Angeles's Francis Cardinal Mcintyre. !
Safety-Service osophies, such as materialism, "'_.---r" __" ,....._ J
maculate in D. C. 111.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Conception Washington
,
atheism, communism and secularism
have clouded the Church World Betty K. O'Brien | afTOM'S ,

200 Work minds of men."Debasing. & & Company
FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE immoralities 1985 Drew St. Ph.446-8395 Is Shoe RepairMUTUAL

Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite To Prepare hate beguiled the hearts of Secretary's Honor Death in Vietnam fe STOCKS &FUNDS BONOS 1890 DREW STREETs

men. Apathy, lethargy and
VATICAN CITY (XC)
SAIGON (XC)-Father Peter '/J d1!!!!!!11I!!II/1!I"I"II
& Hi-Calcium Lime Enclosures ignorance of eternal truthsare Archbishop Francesco Carpino, Nguyen quoc Bong, 47, was
in
a devitalizing element secretary of killed by machinegun fire on

FROM VATICAN CITY (XC) A ancient Christian.: cmmtiie*. the forthcoming the morning of June 12 while O'NEAL'S RESTAURANTTRY

crew of 200 workers was busy "A rather general abandon conclave returning to his parish of

CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC. during the week to prepare the ment of God stalks through the which began Luong Son from one of his OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25

Phone Crystal l River Florida 7952409OR Vatican for the conclave to nations and the influence of June 19, will f mission stations about 150 ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED

elect a successor to the late the Church has been dan have the hon, miles east of Saigon. 1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE +<<.7381

YOUR SPREADER SERVICE Pope John XXIII.A gerously dissipated'," the Archbishop or of handingthe a His attackers are believed to

continued. newly- R be communist Vietcong guer-

special wooden floor wan "Bishops and Priests alone elected Pope rillas. They ambushed his car,

Installed In the Sistine chapel cannot meet this challenge and the white killing him outright and Two Year

about two and a half feet the battle is going against; skullcap symbolic wounding his driver. Arts
Liberal
above the stone pavement to them. All of those who have 0 f the Secretary Father Bong belonged to the

eliminate steps for the aging been baptized and confirmed papacy. The new pontiff could, Nhatrang diocese. A native of ProgramJunior .

must remember that they arc like the late Pope John XXIII, Thanh Hoa in north Vietnam, followed by

Cardinals.For soldiers of Christ and under place the red skullcap he woreas he was ordained in 1912. He

the same reason, wooden the banner of the cross they Cardinal upon the secretary'shead had studied abroad and was a

ramps were built over other must fight the good fight for to signify his intention of seminary professor before be- Jt T

dJo/itlruftik. steps.In the things of God." making him a Cardinal. Arch. coming a parish Priest about a 1'S. .

/ Archbishop Lucey said that bishop Carpino is now secre- year ago.Papal. t YearS
.. spite of reports that sev- in the rapidly-growing Amarillo tary of the Sacred College of J4>/
'I TMK STOKC WITH n.l PLOMIDA PLAlCOLONIA eral Cardinals would not attend
diocese, Bishop De Falco Cardinals. Statistics Abroad .
because of age, ill healthor would find a "well trained and *
ttt other reasons, 82 stalls werebuilt zealous clergy." Land Gifts Peru VATICAN CITY (XC) -Of Paris- Rome-London-BarcelonaMARYMOUNT

i along the walls and ends 1 The new Bishop "will need the 15 Popes who have reigned

of the chapel. The unprecedented the cordial cooperation of the CH1MHOTK, Peru (XC) -A in the past two centuries, eight COLLEGE

number made it neces' laity," which will be given "a U. S. missioner here has started were ordinaries of residentialSees
distribution of 125 acres of the time the election.
at of
the stalls 1
to build beyondthe
sary mandate to teach in the name
Church-owned farm land in Seven officials of the FOR WOMENin
chancel screen that close:i' of the Bishop," he said. were
; 4 4IS off one end of the chapeL "Laymen are soldiers of the central Peru's Xepena valley. Roman curia, the Church's cen Boca Raton Florida
said. Monsignor James C. Burke tral administration.Of conc ky Tkt Itfiiiwrtt
The Iron grating o f the cross, the Archbishop O.P. from Wilkes-Barre whois V!)I tecr < Hurt
,
informedand the six who have reigned ef MITT
need soldiers,
\\
e
screen has! been removed trained, to sanctify their in charge of the independent during the present century,

temporarily! however, and the prelacy of Chimbote, decided four were ordinaries and two
environment, to purify
only the marble base remainsin temporal order, to bring the to distribute the land after a were curial officials.

place. truth and grace and love of pastoral visit to the Nepena Before his election, Pop
I region which is in his prelacy. John XXIII was Patriarch of
marketplace
the
into
Christ
Wood instead of stone was; where Bishops and Priest can, The land, which has belongedto Venice, as wag St. Pius X

used for the first time to wal:1 1 the Church since 1642, is Popes Pius XI and BenedictXV
not go. Today the temporal ,;;1e1
off the conclave area. Prefab. The laity being parcelled into 20 acre were Archbishops of Milan 1
order is not holy.
lots. Only a third of the land and Bologna respectively. Pius kutrgR
ricated enclosures can be taker:1 must do their part in bringingit S, ,
is now cultivated. of 1 .,
XII was Papal Secretary 3 1
down faster and more easily. back to Christ.
I State when he was chosen
1/
I 1 Named y
Bishop Pope in 1939, and Leo XII was
,
Tilt mn ft +
VATICAN CITY (.NO)-The Chamberlain of the Holy

THE VIRTUE OF BIGNESSWhat late Pope John named Father Roman Church. A
Jose de Jesus Garcia Ayala, r'

j offered to are shoppers the virtues? of bigness? What advantages are pastor of Los Reyes in the Di- Deadlines ?,:;'

ocese of Zamora, Mexico, as .... ... i.
Variety Many stores selling: the same types of merchandise :> stark from aay rrhauld r
give the shopper an extremely hide selection ofprice Titular Bishop of Lacedemoniaand reach "Tb FUrlda Cathalie"ffice 1
.. .
later than Manday; ew ,y; t.
and models. Apostolic Administrator of
pictures hald reach the editor by
Economy Many stores selling the same type of merchandise Campeche. The Bishop was Friday fr pa hit rat loo IB the folia 111 t; FNONCARBONATED

creates a very competitive situation resulting in named on May 21, it was *inr Friday Uio
,
11t lower prices. learned here.Bihopelect. ;
J ( Time Saving One-stop shopping. Garcia Ayala
Convenience Large free parking facilities. Space for x a
I A FAMILY AFFAIR... 4000 cars at Colonial Plaza. cuaro.born 10 1910 at

More and Better Customer!! Service A competitive situ. 1l.ar..d= 4' B 4.i .
ation between Plaza merchants and In addition their com ies at Zamora's seminary, he

CENTRAL FLORIDA'S _FINEST blued efforts to compete with other shopping areas resultsin was ordained in 1937. He had .
Pr.rlptl.
excellent customer sf'rt"lce.COLONIAL. also served as spiritual direc Pharmacy la the South i

DEPARTMENT STORE PLAZA tor at the Zamora major seminary Free I appreciate Delivery your J'R7"1 patronage

and was an honorarycanon
East Highway 50 at Bumby Orlando Huntington Bldg. Miami
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Page;; Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 21, 1963 Winter Park =': -:, : .
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MARGARET MARY ZfIIIiT ..... f'i :';+"

Sister M. Maronita S.C.C.,

principal of St. Margaret Mary

School in Winter Park, recently .

spoke on the life and works of

Mother Pauline von Mallin-

ckrodt, foundress of the Sis-

..' >- 'I '" ters of Christian Charity, at a

I meeting of the parish Wom
;' p '
t A 4.4 4 J 1 t' ha en's Guild. eZb\.,ai
,
, -. itif The cause of the beatification ra,
,
<,'.. 'Af 4r of Mother Pauline is under

'p U 1 : iI study in Rome, Sister Maronita +rPvatF
S 4 ,.0.

J said.The
;> 4 r/ opportunity of renewing

y spiritual health awaits a rep-

I resentative group of parish

. led William Baker and
men by
, ,,
\ John Marcinak when they
j ,, '. 4 ,
,,
leave this Friday afternoon fora a -

weekend retreat at St. Leo c

t T Abbey, St. Leo. The retreat,

! annually sponsored by the St.

: Margaret Mary Holy Name

Society one of the series held Cti >

._ ........ ...-
weekly at St. Leo. .0.1< 4 "
.. :e. rrt 4M1a1Ert;. 9Li' ..n J Ki: s +! <.'_. ;7>i, HANDICRAFTS PART OF CENTRAL FLORIDA CAMP _

Misses Conclave
I t -r A"rte t{ Mike counselor,
!+- f't2.'e sI c <1 n t t rLM Toolen
.. QUITO (XC) Ecuador's Arizona Editor
gives the boys pointers as
".,}i'' vS- Iy 1 q '6 %? ( Carlos Cardinal de la Torre, 89,
+ S 55 TUCSON (X-Father.Rob they make handicraft, from
who is convalescing from a re-
. oil I s Jr'' '! t L( Y e ert D. Fuller has been apPOinted the left, Danny Hugar, Pete
i.15-
\'I cent illness did not to Rome
.My si' ..+w... y1f.N, .J a1 t go
/ .....4.r'i.,.... .. .->.> y"..Via.'" .......". ,. +b',' .. .:, s ,h.. : ... 5S '. ,- '{ .' for the conclave to elect the editor of the Arizona Register : :Malatesta, Lelan Lucia,
.MI <': l..1 7: :::-; : : :v' ':.. ;: S* :. S5' :'I!r ;' :l-,, .J.f.:: .J:,:'! ::': of the Tucson
new Pope. His doctors advised newspaper Brian Babb, Billy Fisher, MEMORIAL
CAMPERS LEARN RIFLERY AT SAN will Father
PEDRO THIS YEAR diocese. He replace
him against trying to go. Car- Mike Icardi and Jim Allen. .4 'MODER l KA.. H JMlI.onJ <
Tim O'Toole, standing, and Jerry Robichaud, counin riflery are, from the left, Chip Langton, Dave Richs, dinal de la Torre attended the James T. Weber.

; sclors, instruct the campers at Camp San Pedro, near Hubert Jacques, Scott Whitmer and Danny Toolen. The first session of the ecumenical Father Fuller will continueas They are In the first camp ..o.r- tio.t c R.

Orlando, in the care and use of guns. Intent neophytes gun lesson is one of many they will learn. council last fall. chancellor of the diocese. eesf-ion at Camp San Pedro

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Operating Under Same Name and Management
1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055 Hadigan, who has! been do as archery instructor for want to learn the way the Intwo beginners' above, founuith -

Camp San Pedro for the Central Florida camp dians shot their, arrows, and f-elor K i
three seasons! has work to Each year, the young boys from the stance of o n e or to teach them.

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345.0101 AMBULANCE SERVICE MARY MAGDALENFather Frank Hall Retires After 40 Years AMBULANCE SERVICE I _

Hubert J. Reason has BRADENTON 720 Manatee Ave. West

suspended daily Masses in the ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina DriveK'Y'LEMcLELLAN
Service with NCWC News Agency
I St. Mary Magdalen Church, .
t.41G during the summer session of -

Central Avenn $t. IVtcrsboix Camp San Pedro for which he WASHINGTON (NC)Frank A. Hall, K.C.S.G., has ai inounced l that he will retire as INC.

William T. Tower Thitma* J. Itrett is director. There will be no director of the Press Department of the National Catholicthe Welfare Conference and of ,
Catholic Owned and Operated
Sunday Masses;; at Camp San NCWC News Service shortly in view of the fact that40th March, 1964, will mark the FUNERAL DIRECTORS
_
0 .0.0
Pedro. This schedule will re- of his join-
anniversary 17 W. UNION STREET JACKSONVILLE
director. He said that even News Service, for 30 jeais.Tliis -
main until the end of the ing the NCWC press depart- after he relinquishes the re- lias been the period of EL 3.3966 Continuous Service Since 1856
camping season, he announces.
F. H. Osgood Telephone ment staff.
Members of St. Mary Mag- sponsibilities of that office, he its greatest: development.

Funeral Director HE 5.2126 dalen Holy Name Society have Hall made his announce- will continue until March as a Founded only a dozen years

elected these new officers: ment at a meeting of the News member of the department'sstaff before he took charge, it was Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.

Sluvak William Service workers. He said his designed to serve the Catholicnewspaper
Frank president;
and thereafter will be a
Osgood Funeral HomePark R. Phillips, vice-president; retirement had been approvedby AMBULANCE SERVICEThe
:McCaughlin treasurer his superiors, and noted consultant.He press of the

George Richard Krause, secretary and; that he is stepping down as has directed the XCWC United States.Today Finest Service Available Regardless of Your MeansT.

Phillip Perrault, marshal. it R. Downs President D. W. Ford L.F.D.
Blvd. & 48th St. No. : serves all 0 f
William Phillips has been Assassination in South

named chairman of the annual rr the English- 1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862-3609
Pinellas Park Florida
language Catholic -
crabfest which will take place >

Saturday, August 24, at Camp Brings Bishop's LamentJACKSON newspaper
in the
San Pedro from 1 to 5 p.m. The press

crabfest is sponsored by the (NC-Bishop) Richard O. Gerow of NatchezJackson ;1 U. S., Canada, Robert .\. PMc 'v Wm. C. Jnnrnrgnn

Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since I 1915 I Holy Name Society.St. has called the murder on June 12 of Medgar England. Ire- Funeral Director t! ,/ Funeral Director
Mr hall land, Australiaand .1.jd
Mary Magdalen CatholicWomen's Evers "a shocking and sad- ..
son of Mississippi! ( and a man New Zealand, and some
Guild will future
Zeller Kennedy & Hamlin meetings at rosary begin and dening Bishop occurrence.Gerow, a native of of God, I feel in conscience 500 other publications in a {;!; /;.dJ1, "Fist; & :!oc r nganF1'NEIUL n<
compelled to speak out in total of 65 countries.
Benediction of the Most Blessed Alabama who has been Bishop : HOME:
the face of the grave racial Coinciding with the growthof
Sacrament in the church. The here since 1924, issued his Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulances
IrUJN & 1BICOJJMrIt: situation in which we norfind the NCWC News Service
business meetings will followin statement on the eve of funeral
OIlI ('IH'S. has been a phenomenal development i
the school. rites for Evers, the Mississippi
ORANGE AVENUE EL 7-2636 7-4662 "This problem is unmistakably of the Catholic pressin O 107 Mass. Ave.
326 Negro who was shot in the f
the U.S.
InvernessLADY a moral one. ST. CLOUD .
back by an unkndwn
gunman
"We need frankly to admit Hall, a native of Ora, Indiana
AMBULANCE SERVICE OF FATIMA; outside his home.Immediately KATIO::AL SZI.ICTC: : UOR1'lCWi.; Phone 892-2155
that the murder of Mr. Evers was graduated from Wabash -
The Holy Name Society of after returningfrom
a and the other instances of College in Crawfordsville,
Our Lady of Fatima at Inver- a spiritual retreat for the
in Indiana, and took graduate
violence
our community
has elected the diocese's Priests St. Families For
ness following Bishop Gerow Serving Petersburg 40 Years
tragically must be shared by studies at the Catholic University -
a officers for the coming yeanTom went to the funeral home to extend
+ all of us. Responsible leader of America. JOHN S. RHODES Inc. Funeral Directors
Tobin, president; John condolences to Ever'swidow. ,
ship in some instances has More than four decades in
Braunstein, vice-p resident .
; been singularly lacking."I journalism began for Hall with AMBULANCE SERVICE
Quinten Medlin, secretary, and Although the E\ers are
the fol-
News
entreat our leaders and Indianapolis ,
Steve Crowley, treasurer. Mr. Methodists, two of their children
men of good will of both races lowed by four years with the
Medlin was outgoing president.The attended Christ the King
to find some common groundon Washington Post, where he
regular meetings are school. The Evers were active
which to build a civic order was city editor at the time he
for the members of the Workers
suspended summer King's .
.
based on human dignity and a resigned in 1924 to Join theXC'C .r.M
months. The first meeting of a home-school group.
News Service staff.
concept of justice under God's
the new year will be held in Bishop Gerow stated:
law. With NCWC, he has been
September at the home of Mr. 'The assassination Medgar
"Rights which have been successively staff writer, feature
1f Medlin. XemE'mbers will be Evers is certainly a shockingand
given to all men by the Creator editor, assistant director
greeted at this meeting. saddening occurrence in
and director since 1932. He has
cannot be the subject of conferral -
Father James Hoge O.S.B. our community and is more
or refusal by men. The been a contributor to Encyclopedia -
reported that there are quitea meaningful than the death of
few members who will l be at one man. I eronally extend Declaration of Independence of Americana. Rhodes East Chapel 4th St. & 7th Ave. North 862-5155
this great nation has given us Pope I'iuII made hint a
Weekend RetreatsFor .
the retreat at St. Leo'sAbbey heartfelt to the
tending my sympathy
Also New Rhodes West Chapel 900 49th St. No.
the proper attitude in this regard Knight Commander of the 347-4123
in July. Al Rosier, retreat -wife and children of Mr. Evers,
in the words, 'We hold Order of St. Gregory: the
MenIf chairman for Citrus Coun and convey to them my blessing
these truths to be self-evident, Great in 11M4. He w aawal.dl"d I
reservations for and the of
ty, is accepting assurance myprayers.
that all men are created equal, the annual Hoey
.
the July retreat.
You Are Too Busy To Make A "I am !saddened when I review that they are endowed by the medal for outstanding run- SERVICING

Creator with certain unalien- tribution to the cause of Interracial tI'-".
Retreat You Are Too Busy! the events of recent /"
AMHERST days and weeks. \s a loyal able rights, that among theseare justice in 1912. t 1ta .., ,

r ----------------------I life, liberty and the pursuitof The Catholic Press Association A.n.OM, ;J;:"

happiness.' of the U.S. voted him its I :
I Rev. Retreat Director C.P. MONUMENT
,
I "Our conscience should highest award for outstanding HALIFAX .
Our Lady of Florida Retreat House, II & CO. : 4iJ 1uunl11 mt compel u> all to acknowledge; contribution to Catholic jour AREA ; ( .

1300 Rt. No. I No. Palm Beach Ha. Tel: 844-7750 I .\. H. Cralg-Ra.aat L. Branett the deep moral implicationsof nalism in 1959. SINCE 1916 Jsf ;

I I INVITES YOUR INQUIRY Ambulance Service this problem and to tiLe Besides the distinguished

I NAME _..DATES.I ._-_______ I Quality Work Guaranteed VA 4-1673 some positivetaps touuid record in the U.S., he for some

I 509 So. Dale Mabry Tampa ST. AUGUSTINE 1.t''ugniLin the legitimate years has l bet'n an officer of BAGGETT-McINTOSH Inc.

tir\Jiices of the Negro IM)J the International Union of the
I ADDRESS TEf I FUNERAL HOMES
ulation. Catholic Press and presently ,la

I II I Jnc. "In the name of our com- President of.the International l W. B. BAG GETT, President

._PARISH___ I II II I /Jrtinaton it tnt on a[ C/j toPed, mon faith in God the Father let Federation of Catholic Press BILLY GROOMS Manager

I I AMBULANCST. : E SERVICE us all join together in prayer Agencies. He served, between I
r r r r r. r r r r. r. r. r. a 736 S. BEACH
i Non-Catholics most PETKRSBUKG 4X25C1.KAKWATKU -9th Axe. X o. Ph. :US-O 123 that the clouds of hate and fear 1935 and 1950, as a Board Member 543 HALIFAX
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DEMETREE BUILDERS paired with Sam Snead saida & Sons

veteran observer of human Grower and Shipper
5307 East Colonial Drive CK 7-1922 foibles. "Sam not only moves Of Fanry fruit and Vegetables ,5 Those who buy diamonds by '
St. Foundation v.
Augustine himself up as a philanthropistbut DANKER BRAND PRODUCTS I\I price alone must not be I I!!
IIII'
he also gets $50,000 worthof 9 I aware of the huge differences -
of diamond '
THOMSON & McKINNONIN satisfaction in telling and that look la value"almost alike".To II

Marks Nation's Beginning retelling about the time h e WALTER MENGES I assure peace of mind, the II
ORLANDO SINCE 1924 played with the great Snead." Clothier To MenThe II'I wise choose a jeweler of 1'1'

Despite cold and wind hundreds Finest In Men's Wear ; I good reputation and place
Member New York Stock Exchangeand i their trust Jn his Integrity. I.I I.
huddled around the first X. ORANGE AVE.
ST. AUGUSTINE-Laymen from all parts of the Diocese responded to the invita- 206 I Our customers are the gain Iii pen !
other principal exchanges tion to St. Augustine last Sunday to participate in the greatness of American Catholic tee to get a glimpse of thegame's Across From St. James : I every time Choose here 1 1I
lured here by
history here in Florida.At greats I with confidence. .J i
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principal speakers, presentedby : year's inactivity, Jack (Ohio LEWIS- COBBEXTERMINATING

Mission Director Father : t Fats) Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, CO. IHI Ic
Michael V. Gannon to the ; Gary Player and Tony Lema.
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WATKiNS guests of the St. Augustine This is the type of tourna- rue Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Box 214
Foundation, touched upon the ment any old gaffer would win. Orlando 211-3406 14 N. Orange Ave.

history of St. Augustine and No doubleheaders. Each of the

PAINT WALL PAPER of Florida. four rounds is at 18 holes. It's .

ORLANDO WINTER PARKORANGE St. Augustine has the sign of h: the 36-hole windup in the Open ST. CHARLES PARISHIONERS "

antiquity upon it. It is not a that leaves the G.A.R. survivors

city only of the past, but a city wobbly and winded.
COUNTY which is going to tell a storyin r rb Like Gene Sarazen when he We Have Resumed Our Home Delivery Routes!

the next few which is Lawson
years missed catching
1r barely Fresh Milk Our Own Prize Winning
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"" SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED materialistic land to learn. Hogan went out of his way

REINFORCED CONCRETE St. Augustine can tell this to play here and since he de- JERSEY cows

BURIAL VAULTSWhen country that it was foundedin manded no advance, a preroga-
religion, and It can remind tive of gate attractions, he must CY CY S-2129

Only The Finest Is Good Enough the country in a time of test have thought he could win. J RS yOj2UG DAIRY
IT
To Be Hare REQl'KST rt
that it by The four-time Open winner,
AL m'SZYNSKI! JR. Owner -Member St. James ing grew great .
y close attention to the Chris. t2k- completely recovered from

dan faith.Speakers. shoulder surgery, calls atten

FURNITURE recapitulated the SUPF LA'l'lVriS-jnLONG TO OLD MISSION tion to still another recovery MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE
history of Florida in relationto his putting touch.
10,000 sq. ft. of Display our country, beginning with X. IA Pellicer of St. Augustine were Miss Alice Sawyer of Little Stone Face suffered DINNERS TO GO

COLONIAL AGE STORETruly the exploration made by Poncede spokesman for the na 'DeLand, center, and Mis.. putter betrayal in the past. No- Individual l Fried Chicken Dinner $ I 1.00
live Catholic people of the Robert Hill Boiling of lake
Leon in 1513.
the finest collection: of Early American Furniturein That was 107 years before Oldest City, said, in his address Wales. Miss Sawyer's interest Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95

Central Florida is to members of the St. in the Oldest Mission has Fish Dinner. $1.00
the Pilgrims glorious as .L I
Drawn
E-Z TERMS -Trade ins their history landed a t Augustine Foundation last been evidenced in the past.! Lots .!. Shrimp Dinner $1.15
Sunday, "One need not be 3Ir. and Mrs. Rolling were
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Among the other founderspresent historic site in St. Augustinehas :"
was pointed out that when for the they will
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Menendez landed in St. Au- at the conclave were
the St. Augustine Foundationthat of the Boilings. occupy
gustine in 1565, he had with drawn by the Cardinals at their

Your Doctor's PrescriptionsWill i him four diocesan Priests went west from the Spanish ecstasy of thanksgiving after. eighth general interregnum T' plc\' LIVE SAFELY !

headed by Father Lopez. Lateron outpost and northward up the first Mass.Archives meeting. Sixty Cardinals were

Be Filled Promptly At Jesuit Priests came for a the coast to the Carolinas.St. of the Diocese''! : present at the meeting. ,6? DRIVE SAFELY !

El brief and glorious missionary Augustine has been occupied most treasured ancient documents ., Amleto Cardinal Cicognani ,, Consult this directory before your next tankful of

These Parish Pharmacies.St. effort followed when they left continuously since its are in the process of. and Antonio Cardinal Bacci are gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad you did.
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work in Christianizing the In- records the most valuable of record.In quarters are in the conclave

dians.St. written records in all the United association! with the department area. Cardinal Cicognani continues .

JamesSTRAWDER'S Augustine was always the States whether civil 01 of history! at the to occupy the private St. Charles Good Shepherd

center of the missionaries'Santa ecclesiastical attest to thai University of Florida, Gaines.yule apartment assigned to him as Johnny Green'sAtalra

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Good 2300 Edgewater DriveGRAY'S Reviewing the attention of F. for preparation of historica l befpre he became a Cardinal. ATLAS TIRES-BATTERIES FRONT END

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Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 21, 1963 I I :' .,.'. '

Summertime Fun I Father Bluett


Nine-Day Requiem Ends; 50,000 Appeals to Boys zC" a s ; Ordained For

At San PedroContinued I.

Attend Funeral Mass in St. Peter'sVATICAN ( from Faco One) Our Diocese

ti (CoBtlnord from Pa&e 0..)
VATICAN CITY (NC)-"Farewell, Holy Father, farewell forever." These'words the day with Macs! and attend "
brough, and Father John Bluettof
of the Holy See's chosen eulogist echoed in St. Peter's basilica at a final solemn funeral rosary and Benediction Kent.
Bromley
Mass for the beloved Pope of the Blessed Sacrament ,
John XXIII. the three tiers. Atop the last those who, although separated each evening. Z He has a relative, Brother
tier was a symbolic casket from the See of Peter.are hon ? Patrick with the Alexian I
And they echoed In the draped in red.Surmounting. ored with the name of Christ: "Camping at a Catholic Brothers in Aachen West Ger

hearts and minds of those pres. the! whole principally the ancient Eastern youth camp offers a tremendous r1 many.

ent: the Cardinals of the Holy was a silver tiara, the distinctive Church, whose glorious ancient opportunity for the chil- Also, all these aunts, who

Roman Church Bishops and papal headress, ringed history he knew well and dren to put God in their recrea- were Bluetts:
Priests, Christians of many de with three golden crowns. which he had often visited." tion," Father Reason said.
Sister :M. Clare, Convent of
nominations and representatives Behind the Cardinals The
were Pope's family was rep- Besides Father Reason, the. Mercy, Charleville, and SisterF.
of most of the world'snations. 85 nations. his brother
representatives of resented by Giu
staff also includes five sem- Therese, Convent of Mercy,
The first to arrive were U.S, seppe; his nephew, Msgr.
inarians from the Diocese. Buttevant both of County
About 50,000 persons crowded Vice President Lyndon B. John. Giambattista Roncalli, and
Cork and three Sisters of
;
into the transepts of the son and the other members of two nieces who are nuns. This first session for boys,

great basilica. The nave was the U.S. delegation.The After the Mass, a large pro- now underway, will be followed Charity;
still occupied by rows of seats Mass was offered at the portion of the few who were Sister M. Hilda, Mount joy
by a session for girls from J Street, Dublin Sister M. Regis,
for Pope John's great projectnow Altar of the Chair by Eugene allowed access to the crypt i ;
suspended with his death June 30 to July 12. There are % Peacock Lane, Cork; and Sister -
Cardinal Tisserant, Dean of the knelt before Pope John's tomb.
-the Second Vatican Council. Sacred College of Cardinals.His Along with the elaborate still a few openings, Father F. Bernadette, Cappagh,

Other thousands were outside vestments and those of wreaths of flowers left by rep- Reason reported this week. Dublin.
the church in St. Peter's .a a6. w.. ? '
his ministers were black heavily resentatives of nations were
Another session for boys will
square.At brocaded In gold. Black vel- small posies of carnations and
be held from 14 to Outdoor Activities
July August
that name moment, half vet covered all the tribunes in even flowers of the fields w > 4
a mile away hundreds of the basilica.At ranged in neat rows before the 2. Reservations may still be --- .- '
Entertain CampersAt
other friends of Pope John the end of the Mass, Mon- tomb. made for this session. SPANISH EXPLORERS FAVORED WEST COAST TOO

heard another requiem Mass signor Giuseppe Del Ton, the .. BBB BI In the celebration of St. Augustine's! Ouadricentenninl Good CounselContinued

for him. They were the in. Vatican's Secretary of Latin In 15(55: ; reflections arc .
..
mates of Regina Coeli prison. Letters, delivered his eulogy."It j' ..tlt; r. brought to mind of the Span. ( from ra& One)

Neither they nor the world is almost unbelievablehow .;.. .-. .;.. btT Let HopelessDie i-h heritage shared by that experience: as counselors) at
had forgotten his visit to the many great undertak '. Key city of the Sf'W World Camp Good Counsel.,

prison the day after Christmas, ings he started and finishedin ;' C >" in Peace with the west coast areas explored Another session, the cate-
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1958. It was a visit that told the the short space of these .... ';. .; ... by Spain in the Kith. chetical session for boys and
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world that a new and distinctive years," Monsignor Del Ton ..; ; ...... .. .y;::.; century Modern Catholic girls, will begin on July 7. and
personality had arrived. said. ..: .,.; Bishop SaysATLANTIC concern for the preservation continue to the 19th of the

' Only the hundred or so candles "But the gift that shone forth '. <,:'II. : ('ITXC: ) of that heritage is! demon month.

on a symbolic three-tiered In him with singular attrac- o. .. : .. ...;..:.'..;.: Auxiliary Bishop Fulton J. strafed at St. Augustine ">" The only session[ In which

catafalque were lighted as the tion, the gift that gave his way .... '... .". .;' Sheen of New York said here the attendance last Mindaj of there are .vacancies, is the

great basilica began to fill with of acting such charm, was good- ,;.,..;...,. :s no moral difficulty is involvedif these men from a distance, catechetical session for 00).5and
people. Even while the repre- ness. A true goodness, frank "extraordinary" medical from the left, Donald W. Kiix- girls which begins on July

sentatives of state entered, the and sincere, surging up like means are not used to keep a Baum, Tampa; Eased .\. Tiinio, 2i and ends August 2.

church was still immersed in limpid alpine springs .>,.:.,. .- nd terminally ill person alive. (;ain(' \'IIIt'Ihel.t C. Ferguson
gloom. "There is engraved 1 n our "Particularly if the family .'a'k!
But bright lights went on for mind, and it will never be doesn't ask for such measures," Gainesville; David War-

arrival of the Cardinals at 10:00: erased, his fatherly image and >'N"J'r: ,' there is no need to use themto rington, Jacksonville; Dr. Catholic"well tladlr to .rward your new"Th.florid ildreiiI.rl'i .

a.m. when the ceremony began. the sweetness of his majesty, prolong the final hours of Louis II. Clerf St. Peters h..T* both the .ld and Ili.new .
Seventy-two of them entered which all the one (with the names of th.p.rlht' *
appeared
more life in a case regarded as hope bins; and William J. Hinting reBprctUely, It po..lbl..)
two-by-two, each attended by a august as the humility which less, the Bishop said at a joint
prelate. clothed them shone -forth so + press conference.Dr. ; Orlando.

The catafalque stood more brightly *.. b 2 tw Edward R. Rynearson of
than 25 feet high. Rows of "And if his ear opened itselfto the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, iN TAMPA---

candles had been placed around all with lively good will, it '....'. Minnesota, and Bishop Sheen ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
the base and around each of turned even more anxiously to "'',( d took part in a special programon HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY


Sources in Saigon Claim a. t F physician-clergy at the American relationships Medical SACRED ACROSS HEART THE CHURCH STREET FROM

Association conv'ention.

Times Editorial MisleadingBy 4'.i rx nyL f K' whenever Dr. Rynearson possible said he would that


"fight" the use of "extraord-
CAMP DON BOSCOFor
Father Patrick O'Connor nftL J FLORIDA SENDS INTERESTED GROUP
inary means" to keep alive so-
SAIGON (NC-A New York Times editorial concerning Father James J. Heslin, and Daniel A. Naughton of Greater Jacksonville, share called hopeless cases.

Vietnam contains some misleading statements about interest in the St. Augustine! Foundation plans with a group from Greater Orlando last He referred to the use of Boys 8-14

Catholics, according to Cath- Sunday in the See City. Fr> the left, Father Heslin, Foundation president, Mr. tubes, oxygen and special
tlong of a 11 military officers
ohc sources here. without h research. But Naughton, K. H. Winslow, I T. J. Quinby, A. A. Aliberti, William M. O'Brien and equipment in keeping the Staffed By Salesian Fathers and Brothers

The article states "Most high it Is certainthat only three out Frank J. Cilento. v terminally ill patient alive. FUN UNLIMITED on 140-acre campus of
government officials, chiefs of the' Bishop Sheen said: "If the MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOL
of 19 generals in the Viet-
provinces and military officers namese armed forces are Cathin New / id Bishop Insists Strict doctor told me that extraord- Comfort and Cleanliness of Home-24-Hour A Day Supervision
( Vietnam) are Catholics. olcs} EnglaiPrudence inary means would be needed

It is obviously impossible to and I with June 16 thru 10
Only one of the four corpsascertain was lying a body Sunday, Saturday, August
the religious affilia- full of tubes to keep me alive,
Modern InroadsPROVIDENCE
commanders is catholic. Out of P revents
17 cabinet ministers, only five I would ask him to take them O Fishing Boating Swimming
out. There is no moral diffi- 0 Gym Baseball, Ponies Movies
M AKE ti a are Catholics. The vice president (NC-Rhode Island's Bishop Russell][ J. McVinney of Providence culty in such a situation. Crafts, Hikes Overnight
and the chief of staff are
TREASURED non'Catholics. has warned here against proponents of secularist thinking "infiltrating the Church" and H e and Dr. Rynearson Daily Mass, Catechism Altar Boys
"watering down" Catholic stressed that their opinions had S Good Wholesome Abundant Food
Out of 44 chiefs of provinces of our people, from the lest they engender false hopesin
truth and doctrine.The nothing to do with euthanasia,
ow and city majors, less Church." our good-willed non-Catholic Also From September to June
the deliberate taking of life in
than half are Catholic, according prelate spoke last weekto "I submit that they argue brothers."
to the Ministry of a gathering of New Eng- from a false premise," the Bish- so-called mercy killings. AN IDEAL BOARDING SCHOOLfor

c 1Ax p1ise the Interior. land's chaplains at Catholic op stated. "" 'hen we insist on boys-grades 5th thru 9th

The .Mew University" of Student Centers. a strict observance of the laws Vice President's Tribute Write: FATHER DIRECTOR

Dalat was founded by Catholic "We live in a world rank of the Church, we experienceno CAMP DON BOSCOP.

0 1 founders and Catholic money, with materialism or secularism such leakage." Calls Pope John InspiringVATICAN O. BOX "H"

some of it donated by Francis i ," Bishop McVinney Declaring that the faithful TAMPA 5, FLORIDA

Cardinal Spellman, Archbishopof warned. "must be made willing to sac- CITY (NC)-."Our mission to Rome is for
of New York "We fear to offend the athe- rifice for their Faith, even if "
some by Gregorio a sorrowful purpose, UnitedB. States Vice President Lyndont
Cardinal Agagianian, Prefectof ists, who have succeeded in need be to die for their Faith, Johnson said at the airpor as he led the official delega-
constitutional free- he added: CAMPPEDRO
the Sacred identifying
Congregation for
tion to the funeral Mass for
\ the Propagation of the Faith. dom as godless. Yet, we fear "The Church is strongest" of peace and justice for man.
Pope John XXIII.
\ The state university in Hue not to offend God. The constitutional today where the spirit. of sacrifice kind.

has indeed a Catholic Priest- privileges and safe- and penance i is held in "We have come representingthe "While the world is poorer SAN

scholar as rector, but it is con- guards of the God-fearing are esteem, and its practices President and my countryto for his passing, Pope John

trolled by the Minister of Education denied by sacrosanct pronouncements strictly observed. pay last respects to a man leaves us all richer in the con

for every occasion who is not Catholic. quite in contra- "To some extent," the Bish- who in a short span of years fidence that spirituality and

The article says: "Restrictive diction of the thinking of the op said, "the spirit of com- won the world's respect, admiration charity and virtues will not Catholic Youth Campon
:;h4. social legislation, such as bans Founding Fathers." promise, evident among some cease to be an important and

G on dancing, contraceptives, diD "Unhappily, this secularist theologians is a genuflection and affection as few constructive force shaping the
e4-te. vorce and polygamy, runs thinking is infiltrating the to this rampant secularismIn done.other men of our times have role of our times. beautiful Lake Howell//

counter to the customs and be- Church. Tyros of ecclesiastical order to please non-Cath "It was my good fortune personally
olics, and perhaps find a com "In a time of grave trials to have been able to
ELECTRICALLY liefs of the majority. Western discipline and dogma make the
dancing and contraceptives headlines of our news media mon ground for dialogue, some and trouble, the example of meet Pope John last year and just north of ORLANDOThe

visit your favorite store have never been part of the by their presumptuous nega- parvenus in theology hand out the 'good Pope' has remindedus to have heard from him some

customs and beliefs of any seg- tion of unchanging law and vague promises that we wouldbe of the influence that couldbe of his inspiring ideas and hopes aim of Camp San Pedro, as a Catholic Youth Camp, is not

ment of Vietnamese people.tt.t4.i41cO their imprudent concessions to willing to change our atti- exerted upon the affairsof for mankind. I speak for my only to provide a wholesome outdoor life but also at the same
Divorce is also evil for the clamor for tude on certain dogmas and country when I express our
an change. time, to assist in the true character formation of each activity
f1g.lJ1Jlf East Asia in the eyes of Bishop McVinney asserted: practices. These should use man by a single life dedicated heartfelt grief and sorrow for that tales place while your son/daughter is present. Each
greater prudence and caution unselfishly to the cause the passing of this great man."
,
many. "This watering down of camper begins and ends his/her day in the presence of God,
Lieto To infer that Buddhists make Catholic truth and practice is with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the morning and Benedic-

AND QIFT-GIVlNd. TOO/a- up "a majority of South Viet- justified in the minds of the tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament in the evening. By the close

F10RI POWER & LIGHT CO.nam's people" is also mislead proponents by the intention of supervision of the counselors, the camper is in the light of the

ing. There has been no religious plugging up the gaps, which example of Catholicity at all times. On the staff of Counselorswill
Htlfting Build Florid census. reveal an alarming outflowing i'; '1: } be Diocesan Seminarians.

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Tampa Winter Park Daytona Beach Madeira Beach High school seniors whc) are members of St. Michael[I's Guild, Fernandina Beach, CITY _u I
and their parents, were gee sts at a parish luncheon befoi e graduation. They received

CALL CALL CALL CALL Holy Communion at an anr mal breakfast served later. Pictured with their pastor, I Age Sex.._.__... .._.....,,. I

.876-4664 MI 4-8173 CL 2-8521 391-5300 Father William J. Holmes, from left, Miss Margaret hatigan: Miss Judy Kear, I I J Indicates the number if more than one. I

Terry Peterson, Kermit Kei ter, Tommy Hall Jr., J. K. F reeman and Benny Cook. t. - - - - - -


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