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VOL. XXIV, No. 38 Orlando, Florida, Friday, July 19, 1963 Ten Cents
EUCHARISTIC COUNCIL THAT ALL MAY BE ONE'I
SUPPORTS VATICAN TIIE3IE
CONGRESS ,(IN ORLANDO, ABOVE, IN 1959), .





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Congress will take place ,this ;

autumn in Jacksonville, with .\; :: ,
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Monsignor Patrick E.Nolan

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chairman.
V.F. as Monsignor ,: .
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*r1 :. : : k making the arrangements, .

for the Eucharistic Congressby ,. .' '.
t ie d Father Mortimer Dan- ;: I : :

1 aher, executive secretary, F

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a yet to be named.Archbishop ,


4 e R I J(Hurley soon will Joseph designatethe P,

LL1 : a .y date for the Eucharistic

Congress. The Congress will '- .a' S.H .

bring an estimated 25,000 to

HOLY NAME EXECUTIVE BOARD HOLDS MEETING IN ORLANDO 30,000 persons to Florida's'tSateway

James J. McAuliffe of Orlando, first vice-president Orlando; Charles P. Hensel, Tampa; William B. Chris'I City in a great out-

of the St. Augustine Diocesan '(Union of Holy Name Sotian, Jacksonville; Mr. McAuliffe seated at the head of pouring of faith, of love and t

cieties, presided last Saturday at the executive board the table with the diocesan moderator, Monsignor Harold of adoration of the living

meeting held in Orlando. Around the table, from the F. Jordan of Orlando; Clyde W. King, Jacksonville; John Presence of Jesus Christ

left, at the conference were Joseph P. :McGaughan, J. Savage, St. Petersburg; Harold A. Keller, Bradenton; among us.

Tampa; William Kuhn, Sarasota; Alfonso A. Aliberti, and William D. Noble, Tampa. The first such Eucharistic

,
-- -- Congress called by the Archbishop

Dei Auxiliary Plans Celebrates \ to support by adorationand

First Mass intercession the late Pope
John's plea for peace in unity
Father Anton Dctheiing
wag held in October, 1959, in

To Give Service to AgedDAYTONA High celebrated Mass!' his of Thanksgiving first Solemn, Orlando. At that great gathering TO PREPARE EUCHARISTIC T CONGRESS
it is recalled that he said:
of the
July 14, in St. Mary Church, Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan V.F. of Jacksonville is chairman forthcoming

St. Petersburg. 'Surely the memory of this diocesan Eucharistic Congress to take place this autumn in Jacksonville. Father Mor-

BEACH-Seventy-five interested persons attended the preliminary Attending the North American Congress and its grace and its timer Danaher .(left)' is the congress executive secretary.

meeting, July 9 in Daytona Beach, for the organization of a Mater Dei Auxiliary. Within College in Home, Father fervor. will go out into the

a few weeks, founders of the Auxiliary will assemble to elect officers and determine ])('('herlnJC was ordained a highways with all of our par-

projects to be undertaken. They will be a volunteer group to service the Mater Dei Priest for the Diocese of St. i.J J s, wM'4'we, the Shepherds .UjS. South Joins British Catholics
,
J nursing:::home and clinic- for-" \UJ.UMlhf'' on -Detml. >ev> 19; .. e..t 4ts et''outta'' find, -r *
of Our "of L'ourdes of officers to be voted at the
Lady parishin on
the aging when it opens. MD62, in Rome the sheep who are wanderingand O'HaraLONDON
Daytona Beach.Monsignor next meeting to take place i Patrick In Mourning Archbishop
Speakers at the preliminary Monsignor J.'Pono- bring them back to the
meeting included Monsignor Mullally said he soon. The decision on the first hoe', pastor of St. Mary One Fold and to the One Good

William J. Mullally P.A., V.F., was happy to see such a fine project will be made at that Church, preached the sermon Shepherd who is Christ the (NC-Archbishop) Gerald P. O'Hara, American-born apostolic delegateto

pastor of St. Paul Church here; crowd there and wished them meeting, it was stated. Lord.. Great Britain, has died here on July 16 following a heart attack at the age of 68.

Father John J. Lenihan, executive every success. whogatheied Before joining the papal diplomatic corps, Archbishop O'Hara was active in setting up
The IOOO
secretary of the diocesan Father Lenihan, In summingup persons and aiding the Catholic Committee of the South, an organization aimed at unifying and
Board of Catholic Charities; said: Pope Praises Pastoral ,; on the shores of the coordinating Catholic thought and action in the southern United States. He served as

Mrs. Helen McGarrity, executive "I am very pleased with the lake in Orlando will never Bishop of Savannah, Georgia, from 1935 to 1959, resigning from that post during his
secretary of the Daytona wonderful interest shown in forget. the occasion. Neither .
Beach office of Charities; Mrs. Mater Dei nursing home and Efforts of Latin BishopsVATICAN will the second diocesan service Prior as to delegate assuming nere.his post was transferred", to be Bishopof 4, 1930::; he was expelled from

Mary Clark R.N., administrator clinic for the aging. An attendance Savannah. During the war that country and eight days
Eucharistic Congress of this here in August 1931, Archbishop
of the Mater Dei nursing of 75 persons here to- CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI has praised the had served years he served as military later was given the personal

home for the aged; Mrs.l'il night shows it. Now our Catholic Bishops of Latin America for a "pastoral sensitivity which series be forgotten.It the last O'Hara papal representative as in vicar delegate to the armed title of archbishop.In .

liam Lavan of Jacksonville, people can look forwardto urges them to take care of bodies as well as souls." was held in St. Petersburgon communist-ruled Rumania from forces in the southeasternstates. 1931, he was appointed

past vice-president of All Saints the evening of life dwelling In an hour-long audience granted last week to more the October feast of Christ 1917 to 1950, and as apostolic apostolic nuncio to Ireland,
Home Auxiliary there; and under the same roof as our than 300 persons representing the pontifical commissionfor the King in 1961. Another nuncio to ,Ireland from 1931 In January, 1917, Pope Pius where he later received an

Miss Sally Kenaston, supervisor Blessed Lord, given new hope Latin America, the Latin American Bishops' Council great demonstration of faith to 1931. S XII named him interim regentof honorary degree from the Na-
0 f the Daytona Beach and fortified by the ministryof individual there was held at the site bornin the apostolic nunciature in tional University.In .
(CELAM) and many nations, Pope Paul identi- Archbishop O'Hara was his three
Rumania. During
public welfare department. the Priest-chaplain. social extension chosen at the Bishop Barry 1934 he was appointed
fied action "as an of the priestly ministry Green Ridge, Pennsylvania, there he protested con-
Mrs. La\an! the principal. "Theie need be no fear High School. The rainbow that .years
1893.! He attended St.
understood in the true on May 4, tinuosly against communist attacks apostolic delegate to Great
speaker of the evening, told that any of our people will ___ ? our attention to the consider-!' many hundreds saw encirclethe Charles Borromeo Seminary in
sense.: : the Church. On July Britain.
Auxiliary's able numbers represented: by close of the day was a on
of the All Saints be denied admission!' becauseof Overbrook, Pennsylvania, and
Notable among those at the the Catholic population of touch of nature be-
wide experience in service to delicate
then went to Rome to study at
lack of funds. he said.
the guests; at the Jacksonville audience were Carlo Cardinal IM'1tinII1'rl'a.." fitting the gigantic efforts that the Pontifical Roman Seminary -
Hunting home for the aged. The admission conditions are Confalonieri, president of the He recalled the importancePope had brought the second congress where he earned a doc

She told the assembly that simple: pontifical commission for Latin John XXIII had given to to the successful conclusion torate, in canon and civil law Diocese of St. AugustineSt.
America Luis Cardinal Concha,
of all the work of obtaining 1. One-year residence in Flor ; the spiritual needs of Latin it enjoyed.The in 1924.
material comforts for the aged, ida. Archbishop of Bogota, Colombia America and said that "his He was! ordained in Romeon
Eucharistic Congresses Florida
,
; and Juan Cardinal Land- Augustine,
"the most satisfying" was humble on the Chairof
successor
2. The Daytona area residenthas April 3, 1920.
azuri Ricketts OF.M., Arch the 'Priests in charge emphasize
being a friend to the old, "giv first choice; then the rest bishop of Lima, Peru. Peter has already assumedas have as their object to After completing his studiesin July 9, 1963
ing them someone to lean on of the Diocese. his own the affectionate and world back to Chris Rome, he returned to theU.S.
In their old age, giving them 3. If the resident can pay The audience opened with a the special concern for the requirements *,'tian help unity.the and was named secretaryto Dear Reverend Father,,:
the of that some- general report by Cardinal the Church on
knowing (
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Joy full cost, Charities expects himor Dennis Cardinal Dougherty, By direction of His Holiness, Pope Paul VI the
one still cares for them; in Confalonieri on the five-year the Latin'American continent., The Archbishop, speaking of
of Philadelphia,
her to do so. Nobody will Archbishop Second General Council of the Vatican will resume its
other words, giving them new existence of the pontifical the St. Petersburg event, said:
He
know whether one pays or not. commission for Latin America. expressed "special goodwill" and also made a judge of the sessions in September. It is not too much to say that

hope. 4. Residents will be acceptedon Then Archbishop Miranda, for CELAM as a "body The Eucharistic Congress archdiocesan matrimonialcourt. the hopes of the world hang upon the deliberations and
Mrs. Lavan a resumeof
gave the a first-come firstservedbasis speaking in Spanish told the for creating contact and collaboration will be our way of letting all decisions", of the Council. I therefore invite you and jour
activities sponsored by
auxiliary in Jacksonville.Miss according to the date of Pope that "in the designs of among the episcopal, within the confines of our On April 26, 1929, he was appointed people to join with me in constant prayer that the
application. Providence, it seems that an conferences of Latin America." Diocese know that Christ is Auxiliary Bishop of Council may rise to its highest potentiality, bringing
Clark was -
Mary presented the Life-that in Philadelphia at the age of 34 hack the True Faith to a secular world, fraternal unityto
by Father Lenihan. She There was discussion on hour of great historical importance He praised the Latin American the Way and
and I. Eucharist He lives on and was then said to be the a torn world and Diiine Love to a world menaced
Is a qualified nurse with many what the first project of an has come for Latin Bishops and Priests, the
experience in hospitaland auxiliary might be. The founders America."- the men and women Religious: with us; that He is the bread youngest Bishop in the U.S. He with destruction through hate.A .
years
old age home administra,, at the meeting decided to Pope Paul In replying to who work with them, 'who from Heaven-and those who was also named rector of and the special prayer for these intentions is to be said
said that untiringly, and often l eat will not taste death for- Church of the Nativity
the addresses silently
appoint parish representatives, two ,
tion. archdi- each' Sunday at all the Masses and each day in all our
Miss Clark strewed tit b fI together with Mrs. McGarrityand he was happy to count as without help in their solitude ever; that He is the fountain Vicar General of the schools.

need for the members of the Miss Clark, as a nominat- one of the first acts of his dedicate their lives toward l of water springing up to ever ocese.On
auxiliary to ,give; personal ing committee to present a slate pontificate the "turning of POPE LAUDS, Page 8 lasting life." November 26, 1933, he The Council has also, of course, a material side.
The travel and living of the and the
know expenses Bishop
dedicated service to
the guests and to maintain iA: Priests who accompany him, our share of the expensesof

personal contact with them." ; the poor and missionary Bishops of the world will

She also mentioned "a special mount up to a considerable figure. Besides, I hate
to ,undertaken to defray the education costs' of a numberof
section of the auxiliary (5
5 students for the Priesthood in lands where the
be formed for regular daily S_ 1 5- _S. _
$ ; Church is undergoing persecution.A .
service similar to that given

by the Grey Ladies in hospi : J collection to defray these expenditures' will betaken
"
tals.' _S ;; up at all the Masses in our churches on Sunday',
"These volunteers would also July 21st. It should be brought to the attention of our
help with the out-patient clinicto the
people on preceding Sunday.
be operated at the home,"
she said. You are asked to present this cause In a manner

Miss Clark concluded, "I am befitting its importance. I shall greatly appreciate jour

sure our work will be success- special attention to the noble purposes which stand

ful because of the wonderful behind this appeaL

interest have shown."
you r a -S h.e Imparting to you and your people my paternal
Miss Sally Kenaston explained -
blessing I am
the help given to nurse

ing homes for the aged by the Devotedly yours In Christ

state and federal government."I S.- \ I Joseph P. Burley
will always be availableto ..s4t J
4 .= s ,'' Archbishop .
Miss Clark for consultationor -' ---"
IING ,AUXILIARY THE AGED Bishop of St. Augustine
any help she may desire," LARGE GROUP SHOWS INTEREST IN FOR FOR

she said. Monsignor William J. Mullally P.A., V.F., expressed his happiness interested (above) in forming an Auxiliary for the area's new :Materin --. ..." -- ,, .- -

Miss Kenaston is a member Daytona Beach last week to see such a large gathering of persons Dei nursing home and clinic for the aging.


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Bans Processions Heads Province
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_DETROIT (XC)-The city's DAYTOX (XC) Father

Makes Pilgrimage Postwar Expansion corporation counsel Is studyinga James M. Darby S.M. has been

TARRAGONA. Spain (XCG@nerallslmo )- LONDON (NC) Since thr proposed ordinance which appointed to a second fiveyearterm

Francisco Franco end of World War II the number would eliminate funeral processions as superior of the Cincin-

and his wife Carmen Polo de of Catholic churches and as a safety measure. nati province of the Society of

Franco, came as pilgrims to chapels In England and Wales Detroit already has a ban on Mary (Marianists), with head

this ancient Roman city to gain has Increased by 1,750 to a funeral processions on the quarters here.

the Indulgences of the Pauline total of 4,400, and the numberof city's freeway system. Father Darby, former vice-

jubilee year, commemorativeof Priests has risen from 6,300to Thomas H. Gallagher, chief president of the University of

the 19th century of St. Paul's 7,750. assistant corporation counsel, Dayton, became provincial su.

in perior in 1958. A native f
arrival Spain.In The figures were disclosed said the ordinance grew out of 0

the Tarragona cathedral, by the Catholic Herald in an p ;: several citizens' complaintswho Philadelphia, he was reappoint.ed .

they occupied reserved seats article about the Catholic by Father Paul-Joseph 110(.
: ; .. were involved in accidents
,
for a "Te Deum." directory of Great Britain, now :; 3 ..-., .: \ while driving in funeral pro- fer S.M., superior general of

Later Franco spoke to the in its 127th year. Other statistics .. .. ,' -y.-- ;.,',, ;' _t. _:?.N. #. 1. _" .' 4sJ cessions. the Marianists in Rome.

people of the city from the that are an index to the '::> ). ;< "

central balcony of the munic- Church's growth in Britain relate ; ', 1t "The safety factor," he said,

ipal building. "I came to Tar- to adult conversions. The .,A. ... ; "i -: -.. A "is important. Such a" ban ST. PETERSBURG

ragona," he said, "in pilgrim. total for 1945 was 9,726. Returns \ would not interfere with any
like who ,q I : ;i ; f ,: < 1 one's right to respect MUMFORD
Spaniards pay proper
age many now being collected from $;, ; .-, ..' '. JJt$".' :
.
I J. ., \-. E'3' : .,. the dead."
In this jubilee year will come parish Priests indicate a cur w 11>.: .' '', .. v.!!' ,-""' .,+ to RefrIgeration Air Conditioning
here to attend the jubilee and ; : ."" 1 llrat Pump f'.lreGood
rent total of 14,100. ;'. __ .v''l. : ,,: > ;' The Traffic Division of the l*.rd Appliances
to themselves at the .. < '''_
prostrate .
:s. 9h. M.
Mtalhrhonrn
Detroit Police is
Paulo in Spanish : Department
altar in commemoration and ,. .

homage toward that great VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope ...__...._. -.- ._.__ "',,,'A.'.'.,,,,,,, .-___. .. un_ ,'m"."."..'. ....;.,.7_"."."...........;;...._......:.., .,_ u"'..........._. .'- currently compiling accident Pay "-MSI >lt. stR-3141

Apostle of the Gentiles who Paul VI has stated that in of. : MAITLAND OFFICERS HEAD ACTIVITIESThe records to assist the corpora

planted in our motherland the ficial Vatican documents In the new officers elected-.to head the activities of St. ident; :Mrs. Oliver Robichaud, Mrs. Robert Oliver, past tion counsel in arriving at a

eed of Christianity. Spanish language he will be Mary Magdalen Catholic Women's Guild are, from the president; Mrs. Joseph Bowen, Mrs.: Charles Callahan, decision.

"Since then we the Spaniards known as Paulo, the ancient left: Mrs. William Tisdale, .Mrs. John Barhydt, Mrs. installing officer; Mrs. James Cannanlongo, Mrs. Theo- Rector Named

have been the ones advanceden Spanish form of the name Paul. Joseph Boruch, Mrs. Robert Bush Mrs. Frank Ley presdore O'Roski. WOODSTOCK, Maryland

the path and in the service Monsignor Sotero Sanz Vil-
\ (XC) Father Michael F. FLORIST -GREENHOUSES
of the Faith. This is the greatness lalba of the Spanish section of Father John A" O'Brien Maher SJ. has been named 200 Lakrtlrw Are. So.

of our motherland." the Papal Secretariat of State jf- WE WIRE FLOWERS8f,7.2l3(5
rector of Woodstock College
disclosed that he had asked the
here, a major Jesuit seminary, ST. J'KTKRSHfRO!'
400th AnniversaryAVILA Number One Role Of
Pope whether he preferred Example Laity Aiding ConversionNO replacing Father Edward J.

(NC) Some 6000 Paulo or the modern form,
Sponga S J., who has been rec-
women from all over Spain: Pablo, and that the Pope had amount of argument give glory to your Father ,in greatly moved by Cardinal It was the happiest day In tor since 1937.

took part in a dialogue Mass replied his choice of the old take the place of heaven" (Matt. 5,16)). Newman's "Apologia," even my life. That was 40 years ago.

offered here by Bishop Santos form. good example when it is a This truth is Illustrated In though it wasn't easy reading. Two of our daughters are Sisters The new head Is a. native of rc'S I'S .

,Moro Briz of Avila to mark: He said the Pope said that question of leading a church- the conversion Mrs. Joseph J. Then my year of study and of the Holy I Cross; the Shenandoah, Pennsylvania,

the Teresian Year. The Tere- Spanish-speaking people could Schatz of North Platte Nebraska prayer paid off in a most un- other two married Catholicsand and has been serving since
less friend into
Christ's fold.
.Ian Year commemorates the use whatever form they like, tells about her case: .. expected way. On the Sunday have lovely families. Nevercan 1957 as rector of Georgetown /eU42ift

founding 400 years ago of but that he preferred Paulo Next to God's grace, it is the preceding Ascension Thursday, I sufficiently thank God Preparatory School in Garrett
I reared a Congregationalist -
was
Avila'i Convent of St. Josephby for official documents and most important factor. and was. .active in 'which would mark our first for His two great gifts: His Park, Maryland, a Washington, I St. Petersburg

St. Teresa of Avila with Spanish language broadcastsover "What you are," says church work. My interest: in wedding anniversary, our dear holy Faith and the gentleman D.C., suburb.

four novices, the beginning of Vatican Radio. the prospect, "speaks so kindled Lord in His infinite goodness who brought it to me." 4645 9th Street, NorthIf
the Catholic religion was -
the Teresian Carmelite reform. Keeping Them Dry loudly that I can't hear what performed in my behalf a miracle Pray for UnityWASHINGTON'
through meeting an exemplary -
you say. Actions speak louder of grace.I MaitlandST. (XC) -The and when you buy please
Catholic .
gentleman.We
HANOVER (NC) Bishop than words If last of has been buy from a Florida Catholic
W"'V'i <""" date when suddenly realized that all MARY MAGDALEN prayer St. Cyril
: "- began to and
Franz Hengsbach of Essen
ST. PETERSBURG sent four pair of leather trous- your religionis :li;:' our friendship ripened into my difficulties had been an- Ten women from St. Mary repeated before the United advertiser.

so helpful, swered, that no vestige of Magdalen parish Maitland at- States Senate by Father Jo-
ers to a German Army unit stationed .. love, I tried to see things his ,
here to keep a promisehe why hasn't it .. way in matters of faith, but doubt remained, that I had tended a recent July retreat at seph Papin, research professorat
ShoesLidits1
Jackson's made on a recent visit to 'had some effect 'l<: w..< fJ \ my Protestant rearing was too been holding off through mere Holy Name Priory, San An- Villanova University. The 51/4 %

I: Men'sClime this city. upon / strong. -force of habit and that I now tonio. Anyone wishing to at- prayer reads:

you? Stress believed in articleof "0 Lord God,who has created
the
fully every tend remaining retreats
Miller The Bishop arrived In the the For a while our religious differences INTEREST
ing superiority the Faith. When the Priest may call Mrs. Mary McNulty, all the orders of angels, who
that the three threatened
rain and saw to term.
Yit.tity;. .Weyenberg of deeds of the for has stretched forth the heavens
spoke approaching holy GA 3-6900 reservations or
soldiers in his motorcycleescort inate our courtship. But his up-
Cushioned Betlaires drenched over mere day, my heart was strangely information.Men and established the earth, CATHOLICChurchHospital
were getting right life enabled me to see
words, Jesus warmed. I was filled with of the parish who wishto bring all together in unity; establish -
641 Central Av. 862.1355 because they did not have that, even though I couldn'tmake
says: "Not everyone eagerness to embrace the Faith. attend the retreat at St. all Your chosen ones
waterproof trousers. When the the change, it wouldn'tbe
who says to me, 'Lord, God had answered my prayers Leo Abbey to be conducted in harmony, and inspire In
the
learned that difficult should be
Bishop army we
did not supply them, he prom- Lord, shall enter into the kIngdom blessed with children, to have and guided me safely home! July 26, 27 and 28, may call their hearts the words of Your School
of heaven but he
HEINZEN ; who hearing, so that they bind
I immediately told our Ray Armstrong, TE 8-3816. A may
ised to send some himself. He them reared in his Faith.So pas-
:
sent a pair for each of the three does the will of my Father in married. wintto tor, who had instructed me, of deposit 0 f six I dollars is required themselves together to do whatis BONDS
I
we were
heaven shall enter into the "
good and pleasing to You.
e to receive with each reservation.
soldiers and for my eagerness our
one good meas .
kingdom of heaven" (Matt. 7, Mass! each Sday with - - -
Eucharistic Lord on Ascension Reservations must be made by
ure. 21)). him In the x hopb that' '
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446-8314 I Flowers for Every OccasionTinman's AFOPKA INDIAN ROCKS BEACH 7. 8. ':1Ii. 10:30. 12St II, 9:15. 10:15. 11:20 t
High School Auditorium I St Jerome 8, 10 Andrew SIESTA KEY I 4154 Central Avenue Phone 896-4133 :
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& FlowersBonded B4KKK8VILLKGood INTERLACHEN 6:30. 1. 9:ZO. II. 12:15 St Michael 9, 10:30 .
FdiZ-o. Counsel 1:30 Mission. 9 St. Charles STARKK t
Florist BART OT INVERNESS 7:30. 8:30. 9:30, 11, 12 St Edward 10
OLDEST and LARGESTIN Telegraph Delivery St. Thomas 8:30, 10:20 Lady of Fatima 7SO. 11:15 St. James 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12 ST. PETERSBURG
JACKSONVILLE St. John Vianney Blessed!!! Trinity 8. 9:30. 11
PINELLAS 3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 BAT PINES Assumption 7, 8:30, 10, 11, 12 7. 8. 9. 10. 11:15. 12:30 Holy Family 8, 9:30: 11
See SEMINOLE AREA .
(
) Clubs
For
Blessed Trinity 7, 1. 11 McCoy Air Base 8. 10. 12:30 Immaculate Conception 9
VA Center 1:45
6:15. Christ the King Orlando Air Bare St. John 7, 8:U. 10. 11:30

SWARMING ? ? BELLE VIEW 7. 8:30, 10, 11:15, 12:30 7:30. 9:30. 12:30 St. Joseph 7, 8, 9:30, 11 0 For Holy Name
TERMITES
I St. Theresa I Crucifixion 9:30: ORMOND: BEACh St. Jude 7. 8:15. 9:30. 11, 1%:20
FOR: AN HONEST DEAL CALL O. EAL" BRADENTOX Holy Rosary 6, 8. 9:30. 11:30 St. Brendan 7:30. 9. 10:30, 12 St. Mary 6:15. .. 9. 10. 1U12 Breakfast _
St. Joseph 7. I, 1:15, 11 Immaculate Conception PALATKA St. Paul
: QenlrelTAUL r nth Av. Chapel C 6:30. 8:30 10, 12:10 St. Monica 1, 10:45 6:30. 7:30, 9. 10:30. 11:45 : For Church
<9'rneal7 el'mile fPesl l Most PALM BIT St. .
& BRANDON Holy Redeemer Raphael 7, 830: 10, 11:30
Normandy School 8, 10 St. wph I. 10 Transfiguration
Nativity 8, 1:15, 10:30 Gafherngs'Wsts1erDONUT
Our Lady of Angels 6. 7. 9. 11 PALMETTO 7:30. .. 10:15, 11:30
O. PHILLIP*. Pre.Wemt BROOKSYILLK Paxon High ':20 Holy Cross I. 9:30 .
BKRVINO PINKLJLAS COUNTY OVER 25 TEAKS St. PERRY TALLAHASSEE
Anthony 1, 10 .
fill FalrfUU Ar.. 5.. St. Petersburg Telephon. S6t-Il ] Resurrection Immaculate Conception I Blessed Sacrament Call .
BUNNELLSt. Smisher Aud. 7:45. 10:30. 12 7. 9. 10:30. 11:30
Stephen 9:30 Sacred Heart I. 10. 11:15 ELLAS PARK Student Cenjer 10, 11:30
St.. Matthew Sacred Heart St.
Eugene 11:30TAMPA
BCSHNELL
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St. Lawrence I:30 1, 8:30 9:30, 10:30. 11:30 6:30. 8:30.PLANT 9:30.CITY 10:30. 12:30 .
St. Patrick 6. 8. 10:30
CALLAHANOur St. Paul T, 8:10, 10. 11. 12 St Clement 8. 9:15, 10:3 0 Blessed Sacrament a:30, 11:30
Lady of Consolation 9:30 Christ the
PORT ORANGE King
St. 7
Pius 9. 11
CAMP SAN PEDRO San Jose 7. 9:30. 12, Epiphany 8. 10, 11:30 ; 6, 8, ':30, 11, 12:15 or Just drop in anytime
Howell Rd. tCAXOVA .JACKSONVILLE BEACH PORT TAMPA: Epiphany 6:30. 8. 10. 11:30 Pasadena Ave., 341.7041 34th St., 898-4343
St. Ignatius 8QVIXCT Good Shepherd 10
\ BEACH St. Paul 7, 8:30, 10, 11:30_ Holy Name 8. 10
Holy Name 9, 11:15
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS St. Thomas I Most Holy Redeemer
CHULUOTA St. William 1:30. KOCKLEDGE 7. 8:30 10, 11:15, 12:20
SAT.Pb. ] Sportsman' Club 7:30 KISSIMMEE St. Mary 7:30, 9, 11:30 Chapel 9
CLEARWATERSt Holy Redeemer 7:30. .:30, 11 RfSKl.V Perpetual Help 1:30, 8, 9:30, 11 Low Cost
Cecelia C, 7, 8, ,:30, 11, 12:15 St. Ann 9, 10:20 Sacred Heart
... 8T. PETERSBURG BEACH KOROXA ST. AUGUSTINE 6, 7, 8. 5. 10. 11:30. 12:30
18th AT*. ft Gatt BUd TRUST CLE EltON? St. Mary 7:30 Cathedral (, '1:30, 9:30. 11:30 St. Joseph 7. 1. 9. 10:15, 11:39
...-...I T*.r Ace*.at I...rW fcy F.D.I.C. 8ERMCR Blessed Sacrament I. 11:30 LAKE CITY St. Agnes 8 St. Lawrence 7, a, t, 10, 11:15 Auto -
COCOA BEACH Epiphany 1, 10 St. Benedict 1:30, 9 ,,-. HIllsborouKh 9:30
Our Saviour 7:20, 8:41. 11 LAKEUND ST. CLOUD St. Patrick 6:45,8:30,10.11:30 r'ik
CONWATSchool St. Joseph 7. 8. 1. 10, 11. 12 St. Thomas 9:30 11 St. Peter Cla\er 7. 9TARPOX Loans
Eugene Mueller'sci Auditorium ':15 Resurrection 8:30. 10:30 bT. JOSEPH SPRINGS 0 sT.plTIIiswiG .

CRESCENT' CITY LAKE MART. Sacred Heart ':30. a:30 St. Ignatius 5. 10. 11:30
Cameo Dining Room St. John 9 Nativity 8. 10. 12 *T. LEO TEMPLE TERRACE Available
CROSS CITY LIKE WALES ?. -:. ; Abbey Church 6:30. .:30 Corpus Christi 7. t. 11
ZiII.M Air .Force Base 10 Holy Spirit 7.9v: ll;|o 4. SAFETY HARBOR. TITUS VILLK
8prb Serile.EDWARD. CRYSTAL RIVER LANARK f::" . Espirttu Santo St. Teresa 7:30. 9. 11:30
JAMES HOTEL St. Benedict 7, 1:30 Sacred HeartLAND i:. Public School Aud. I UNION PARK THE NATIONAL BANKOF
DADE CITY -
SAX ANTONIO Dean Kd School I:U
DtlUton Chre l S* fo of ,
Lady
RosaryLARGO 8. 20
dinner Chicken Rido Manor 7:20 S4XFORD Epiphany 7:30. '. 10:20
D.UeI... Charcoal aadLEE KEIMAX, P1sBr.U.d ..* DAYTONA BEACH All Souls 6:15. 8:30. 10. 11:10 WINTER GARDEN 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH _
Maks RED SEAL. Bate ftOur Lady of Lourdes"! St. Patrick 7:80. >. I0:30jil Member F.D.I.C.
10
*' (Set SEMINOLE AREA Natal Air Station 11:30, 12 City Auditorium
limo Gulf BlTd-Treagnre. Island 361-8261 .:30. 8. 1:15,1O:15,11:1S,12:1I ) ..<. SARASOTA WINTER HAVEN GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK
St. Paul 7. I. 1.. 10, 11, 12 LEE8BURG .." Incarnation 6:30. 5. .:10. 11 St. Joseph 7:20. 11
DE BART St. Paul 7:30. 1. 10;JLIVE .' Queen of Martyrs WINTER PARK
St. Ann 9:30 OAK 7:30. 9. 10:15. 11:30 St. Margaret Mary _
-- -- DELANDSt. St. Francis XavIer |:jo: St Martha I, 7:30. t, 10:15. 11:15, 12:16
Peter 1:20.8.10: LORETTO &:15, 8, 9, 10. 1115. 12:15 ZEPHYKUILLS
DUNEDINOur St Joseph School 8:15. 10:15 St Joseph 8. 10
Lady of Lourdes 7, 8:20, 10 |( 10 KINGFISIIRESTAURANT
MADISON .- -' -' .- .-.'" .. .. ,-

EAU GALLIKAtcenilon I. 10. 11:15 St Vincent JQMAITLAND AMERICAN_ :NATIONAL: BANK.

KLKTOX St. Mary Macdalen .
St. Ambrose 1. 10:20 : ;: Of South: ?aidena
7. 8:20. U, 11 ". '' ; .
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} St. Raphael ENOLE WOOD 9JEUSTIS St. Mary MASARTKT01VX 7. 9. I :j8MATPORT __.,-- :.. ..(Hr rJYo9' P : ijn ....f r '. ',- ... _' SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST
&ur Full-Service Tj25 .
Commercial Bank S St Vary ''f:10. 1. 11 St. John |.jo FIN ANCING;.. -&;. REFINANCING.
TERNANDIXA BEACH .
Golden Fried Boiled
MELBOURNE
-- h4sjoimX*eMd! of your men*f St. Michael 7:30,11:30GAINESVILLE Lady of Lourdes 8, 9, 10, jjMOXTICELLO or Shrimp _


I..Uf a.RIf.,.,M.-.......,,"-" .,-e.4 1-?P'4'ey Zv.'g Catholic St Patrick Student C. 7:20.Center 1. 10:30. 12 St. Margaret jj onyi; j11iili} ; Succulent. Luscious Scallops Lobsters

-/ri."dItlOtI CA bank 011/- 9:80. 11 Queen NEW of Peace PORT RICHlY & ( $
GREEN COVE SPRINGS 7:30. 9. lfli YOUR FAVORITE SEAFOOD PLOTTER _
Sacred Heart 10:20 NEW SMYRNA BEACH ,
< : SERVED OCEAN FRESH
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GCLPPORT Sacred Heart 7. 9 11 .
Holy Name I. 9:30. 11 St. Rita 10 IGANi' ] ATJ NAtJ3ANK.' .j' nusiirrrpiEs AND ROLLS -

JUNES CITY OCA LA Chicken and Steaks
Transfiguration 1:30 Blessed Trinity 7. 9:30. lljn Martin_ J. Rcs$, .th#trn. iv

HMlMlMbBM.lMtftrAlt.lfJ hAWTHORNE ORANGE PARK :r.87.: ?: ttport.8: cJ f ttfilfl' ; At Famous Johns Pass _

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S ,'er.- ..: The Florida'Catholic, Friday, July 19, 1963 Page Thfta .

:
Com&EventsThi. ""

: ST. ANNE DE BEAUPRE

rolRmn lists f tare bnf3t*. IP* >Ul nertinc and .,.>.. .f mere I Chairmen
than local I.tn..t. Advance itottat ul regular mtrtlnft will be omltt d. New Deanery -;-.-:

Smorgasbord, July 21,. ,Our: Orlando, classes to trainmen
YearThe
Listed for DCCW
Lady of Lourdes parfch! hall, t- and women to teach

Melbourne; AVomcn's Club, ; catechism, Good Shepherd prt'lIld"a' .f the We'.t Coast Deanery .f the D!_*... Councilof

sponsor. parish, August 17-31; instruction Catholic Women this chairmen for ItsS-U. CUp and .... this Hit. .

July 26-28 women's retreat by Mission Helpers of <
Holy Xame Academy, the Sacred Heart from Balti Foreign Relief American Relations

4 "- San Antonio. more. Miss Jean Hart Foreign Students

July ().28, men's retreat, Catholic schools open, Sen- Hart DriveLakeland Mrs. Terrence Smith

St. Leo. S tember ..3.September.
4921-33rd Terr. No.
Parish Festival( August 1C 25; card part, Civic Participationand St. Petersburg

and 17 Our Lady of Lourdes, (;arden Center, Jacksonville, .
LegislationMrs. Library and LiteratureApostolate
Melbourne; Women's Club, Auxiliary to AH Saints Home : D. ;Ard\leng. .." of PublicS 9 Day Pilgrimage &. Tour

sponsor. for the Aged, sponsor. AileeVstreetl from Chicago (Escorted<< ) to ,
5 1906 Opinion -
'4: -....- .. OUR JJ\IOP TII}. CAPEST.
.., S Tampa Mrs. Jerome Kane .
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t I Civil Defense' 5561-9th Ave. North ANNE 1)K REALTRE
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w A' .c4 S .. S : ST. JOSEPH ORATORIProvince
; S.. Mrs. Walter Williams St. Petersburg '
of Quebec. Canada
2525-53rd St. So. Publicity and Public Relations From Chlraco. *
Air (ronOltlB R5.4..
St. Petersburg Resolutions
4 Also Included in tbe above_tour_
Committee on Cooperatingwith Mrs. Mortimer T. Salch Jr. of: Ottawa. Montreal. Quebec

ANEW Confraternityof 7301-17th St. No. City and Detroit. Boston ,N: .w
York & Wa hington. D.C. I
OFFICERSAt >. Christian DoctrineMrs. St. Petersburg
'" :> .y". < Pate of Departure:
S.
;. .< p : :Mary Sperry Reports Jane then. Oct., $3
installation V - ."
an banquet -
x4 : 8300-52nd St. No. Mrs. Richard J. Sullivan AVEIARIA: TOURS

In St. Petersburg, the officers Pinellas Park 4030 McLane Drive well balanced pilgrimage !.

: Constitution and By-laws I'stima I I.eurd8 '--""Roni -
l' : Tampa !
of fit Paul women's guild ; :
4 Tadre rio the Holy Land andMexie
Organizationand Speaker's Bureau .
*
assumed their term of office. '
+ : DevelopmentMrs. Mrs. John P. Boyle A.ik for free folder on the'ppecfal
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Prom the left, front: Mrs. w George Sierra I095-15th Ave. N. Budget tour and Mediterranean
S Cruise fh''eeks.. all IncL,
:
Agnes Ecker, Mrs. James R. q .. 1 A% ; S 4616 Browning S St. Petersburg only J4S9.00. .
4 'S # z-p - -' -
6 Tampa Spiritual Developmentand
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Caldirell, president; Mrs. ., ; Weekend pilgrimage( tours to Our
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'-- ., '. Family Life and Parent Retreats Lady. of the' Snows,''Belleville.
:Harry Vogel standing Mrs. .
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; ;,. .. EducationMrs. Mrs. Joseph Napoletan Illinois.
Economy pilgrimage/ tours to.
Eugene gikorski Mrs. Robert < }
; S- John Pavllc 603 W. DeVane
'''" .' Our Lady of fiaadalnpe
Dudley Jr., Mi i.E. H.LaVoie. .X) ' '
S 1 Tampa Youth and Vacation Camp Write for brochur for complete;

1, ;*: p. S. HistorianMrs. Mrs. Paul Downing details to:

St. Augustine S r5sv :: ? S S Edward J. Wiles 611 Beacon Road ST. JUDE & ST. AXTHONY
z. .3f A PILGRIMAGES & TOURS
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S 4 702 Ave. L, S.E. Lakeland
T ,..
.-- SS S Winter Haven 185 W. Iielm Bt \_ .
W7t 55S5
Chicago 13, ilL
St,? I Home and School AssociationMrs. - -.- ,-

Harry Bailey 1= Natn* .............:...............S

SSS-t' -I-I5,5.i 6485 Ridge Road Address ...-.......PI4.Ofe. 'O.oor:"'....

Largo Pharmacy Larfttt<< Prescription In the<< South City ....,. .. State... ...
Korean Minister
I appreciate your patronageFree
VATICAN CITY (NO-Pope Delivery KK 4-7631, Please Patronize

nnnn nnnn..._. _n nn.n... ..__._ .. : __ S. '" Paul VI recently welcomed Huntington Bldg. Miami i ouradverthers.-'. ..
JACKSONVILLE ALTAR AND RO!SARY SOCIETY ELECTS LEADERS South Korea's Foreign Minis

Elected as officers of St. Paul Altar and Rosary so- Barrette, :Miss Shirley Barrette, Mrs. Robert Wolfe, Mrs. ter Yong-Shik Kim. IN TAMPA--- ,
The told him that the
ciety in Jacksonville, those, pictured above, took partin Virginia Hicks, :Mrs. W. S. Thornton, president; and Pope ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
Catholic religion "nourishes
the installation ceremonies. From the left: Father :Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan, pastor. Mrs. J l Warren
profound respect for all the HILLSBORO HOTEL :
Budgeting? Patrick L. Cullen, :Mrs. Theodore Fritch Jr., Miss Betty was the installing officer.Catkotc. human values it meets." I
DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM ,

Pupils Get Texts SACRED HEART CHURCH I
.
Use Our Low Cost EUGENE L. BARNES
&SONREALTORS PROVIDENCE (XC) The Florida Reportscharge. _

Providence School Department, SCHOOLSSAINT
Checking Plan & INSURORS
in line with terms of a new
65 King StreetSt. their school in Arlington. The There will be ham-

a I You can keep an ecu- Augustine state law, is accepting requests Eau Gallie next one will be Friday, July burgers, hot dogs and drinks

rat. record of spending Established! 1895 from non-public school pupilsfor ASCENSION .., 19. at 8 p.m. This project was; vai.IaJ:>le.. ,Everyone is invited., JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

your class textbooks for the com initiated as a means of raising It starts at 9:30: a.m. S.IXTUGUSTIXI_ :, FLORIDA ,. S
I'ATKOM/K THKSEADVERTISERS On the
; and really keep fo ; ing school year.A Ascension Tuesday Catholic'omen's, July 9, money fQr the church buildingfund OrlandoKOFC Resident and Day School for Girls' Grades 7-12
accredited'
Academic and commercial courses Fully
department spokesmansaid as well to introduce
as
' your budget with our WHO SUPPORT Guild members held a "cancer Music Art Dramatics Tennis -SwlntmIiiFor ,; *
seven pupils had requested members of this parish to
YOUR CATHOLIC PAPERPONTIAC new
workshop. The meeting be further particulars addressr,Sister 1)treetrs& *
simple checking account books. Under the law, studentsin each other and their community Officers of Our Lady of the
with film whatis
showing
gan a ,
private schools are loaned S neighbors. Donation is 50 Lakes Council 5150, Knights of
being done by the American'
system. free textbooks in science, math Cancer Society. The importance 'cents P person.: Refreshments Columbus, Orlando have been R O S A RIA I N A.G.A: :'D E MYv: !

Sf. Augustine ematics .and. foreign languagesby of early detect n and wRl,be, ;Lx ilable. ,. elected. They are: Resident and day school for "girls ,lii shore$. of.,beautiful.
America'<< > --.1 Road Car local school districts. All Mrs. Robert Rittmann, Mrs. John Hage, grand knight;
treatment were stressed. Lake Worth. Grades .one to tw le. Fulljr accretlflPwlA'JVew
books must be on the State Department Charles Contino, and Mrs. Pat George Ray, deputy grand >
National Bank BANTA BROS.St. After the film Mrs. Henry buildings. All sports, music, art, dramaffcsi 'DI tfMllb1'Sisters
of Education's approved -Levy introduced Dr. Isabel rick Fitzwilliam are in chargeof knight; Thomas Bonniol, chan of St. Dominic. For catalog, address: !f 1 glslS-ar, tROSARIAJf

Augustine list of" books for such arrangements.Holy cellor; Robert Conover, treas ACJDE31'EST PALM: BtLVCK i
Roberts of Indiatlantic. Dr.
Safety-Service loans. Rosary Circle i nth e urer; Robert Pleus, advocate;
Roberts short talk and
gave a
parish has sponsored and Angelo Sandroni, warden;

answered questions. opened a parish thrift shop at Miley House, inside guard; SAINT JOSEPH ACADJEMX.:
Following this, members of
FOR: BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE the guild made cancer band the corner of Atlantic and John O'Hare, inside guard; JENSEN BEACH > ? S
Southside Estates Boulevards.The James Nasie and Paul Curtin, Resident and day school for girl*-cnxlrn ... through 1x. Kxtenklt,
ages. S ground in a hilly and picturesque region. lArge swimming pool.
Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite The yearly retreat for Catholic shop will be open"Mon. outside guards; and John Tcnnln courts. Other sports '..rllltl... Music, art, dancing and dramatics.Conducted .
days and Wednesdays from 1 Leitch, three-year trustee. by the Sisters of Saint .Io... lr. For farther Information
women of the Brevardarea apply to: Sister Directre, Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Ileach.
& Hi-Calcium Lime .to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from ST. JAMESMrs.
was held July 5-7. It took
9 to 11 a.m. and from 1 to 4 p.m. Gene McNulty, presl-
place at Holy Name Priory in
dent of St. Elizabeth's Guild
FROM Mrs. Contino will accept calls
THOMPSONand San Antonio. The retreat was S ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident
for rummage pickup and volunteer -of St. James Church, Orlando,
given Father Wm. J. Collins -
by
CRYSTAL RIVER INC. .
QUARRIES C.SS.R., of Miami. work, at RA 4-5164. has presented, on behalf of and day school for girls. .Grades one<.tqlwefve; Fully

Phone Crystal River, Florida 7952409OR BAILEY Several women from the Holy Rosary Circle members members of the Guild, checks accredited.. Program includes: college preparatory-and .general

YOUR SPREADER SERVICE 8 Cathedral Place various parishes in the Brevard sponsor semi-monthly daytime for tuition' grants and for courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy

St. Augustine VA 4-1631 area attended the retreat along bridge parties on the second library fund. One check wentto Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, R rjd4.

and fourth Thursdays of each Father Terence J. Farrelly
with women from other areas
.- month. The next one will be for tuition grants at St. James
of Florida.
July 25, at 10 a.m. Donation will School. The other! check was

CATHOLICS OF FLORIDANOW TampaMOST be 50 cents "per person. for the library fund of Bishop MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANSSCHOOL

A NON-PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS Each player brings her own Moore High School. The funds

HOLY REDEEMER sandwich; dessert and liquid came from proceeds.of the minstrel

Family picnic sponsored by refreshments will be provided. show presented by the

LOW BUDGET HOSPITAL the Catholic Women's Club, Baby-sitting facilities are avail 3t. Elizabeth's Guild. Resident school for boys grades 5 through 9. Located on

Most Holy Redeemer Church, able for mothers wishing to Lose Permits beautiful East Lake, Tampa. Ample facilities. Enriched academic

Linebaugh and Central avenues attend. For reservations, please curriculum. Extensive music and sports programs. : J
Tampa, will be held Sunday CHICAGO (XC) Mayor Write for '
call Mrs. Contino at RA 4.5164.The descriptive catalog. -
and LIFE INSURANCE July 21, at 1 o'clock at Woman's Club members Richard J. Daley of Chicago

Rowlett Park, 22nd and Yukon also sponsor monthly bake hag revoked the permits of 22 REV. FATHER DlRECTOIS

Streets, Tampa. Games and sales. Currently planned is one newsstand operators who were P. O. Box H. Tampa 5, Florida, .
FAMILIES prizes will be given. All par found guilty of selling obscene .7
for Sunday, July 21, at the
ishioners, guests and visitors magazines. Permits are issued
church before and after each
by the Department of Streets ...,..
S of
all are invited. Bring .
5 0 A WEEK for a cost as low as$2.05 per month, depending upon ages Mass. The women of the '
and Sanitation for the of
own covered dish and use
accident sickness.. your church will donate home- HOLY NAME
age, while hospitalized for any covered or cold drinks, sponsors state. public sidewalk space. ACADEMY-
baked goods for these sales.
w
Revocations were effective SAN ANTONIO .

$1 0 0 A WEEK for a cost as low as $3.50 per month, depending upon Jacksonville ST.St.PATRICK Patrick's parishioners July further 18.consideration Mayor Daley might said be Conducted by the Benedictine SMer .

Resident and school for girl Grades nine
for accident sickness.. RESURRECTIONMembers day through
while hospitalized covered or
ege. any have their annual family; picnic given the operators if they had "'pI'J\'ate
the twelve Academic and commercial course and
of
Of tweR of Church July 21, at Camp St. John. Ad- .quit displaying and selling the
classes in,the fine arts are offered Extensive cam|>n,,-fvith
A WEEK for a cost as low as $5.00 per month, depending upon Resurrection Woman's Club mission will be 50 cents a car objectionable magazines before private lake in a healthful location provides portuilty
$15 0 benefits at load. of that .
sponsor monthly Swimming pool free : date.OCKLEIKJE
age, while hospitalized for any covered accident or sickness. > for all sports. C

(Same Plan Available To Women At Slightly Higher premium FULLY ACCREDITED 00:\
For further information address
CHOOSE YOUR OWN DOCTOR! '
Now you ca'1 protect yourself and'your fami1y with SISTER REGISTRAR
The important Doctor-Patient relationship is not low budget hospital and life insurance as a member _
interfered with.SELECT of the Catholic Association of Foresters (formerly
.. .. .
ANY LAWFULLY known as the Massachusetts Cathohc Ordu ol ,-..'-,
Foresters). "5- ,
OPERATED HOSPITAL S ow S S

The choice is entirely up to you. You get full benefits as a menber.of our 83-year oM .f :. .. -. Two Year '. ;

APPLICATION AGES non-profit Society..and because we are a nonprofit 't4 Liberal Arts S

Adults may enroll through 75 years of age. society and keep our expenses at a minimum. J.-_ : Program 5 -.5
:.. Dependent children one month .of age eligible* .'Wf ca\\).offer_ modern. insurance plans at family -
: through eighteenth birthday. No termination of i .''budget rates followed by

benefits because of age. -*t ;}} \ .
";', PAYS IN ADDITION TO... Send for cojnplete information including details v4rfv\ .. ,.,- :

Compensation insurance or any other form of on our excellent life insurance plans. There is DO J : :t
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policy held by member. obligation-do it today! -5S' -c- : \ .'v.e.;

By our Massachusetts Charter of 1879. we, are limited to Catholics only. ,.t .f.

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2120 WEST BROWARD BLVD.. FORT LAUDERDALE. FLA. COLLEGt';
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JIOMEANI) SCHOOL OFFICERS FOR R
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CITY -_..COUNTY.STATE.. S Father James Si. Honn"n extends his congratulationson to the officers of SL Maryare :0 ..'CGA'lICttlll 0, Ve Sacrtd,Mat n.Heart 1.ltalM. 4. S

PHON. OCCUPATION ._-S ,, Home and School AsS ciati Rockledge. From the left : Pat :Makin, president; 1-.... l "., .. S(5 4&
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I Catholic Comment Frank J. Sheed Adolescent Puzzled over Change .


God's Assistance Needed I THE age of adolescence is a are wholly new to him. He has already got?" "I don't care ifeveryone'
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school Is
time, for the adoles- to build up controls never be- at using
cent himself as well as for his fore needed. He has to learn eye shadow." These are familIar -
To Overpower Devil's Mind parents. Adolescence begins what it means to be a man parental reactions.

I Retreats are So Necessary and ends ap (or she, a woman). However, it Is the adoles.

( 'EVEN if you have cleared up the Devil by getting rid proximatelywith It is not surprising if the cent's search for independence -

horns and tail and building a philosophy of the teen adolescent lives in a state which troubles parents
was the last time you made a have made a retreat you realize how won- unrecognized by him- most of alL Their commands
WHEN spirit around him, the whole idea is still quite pointless.Men years. It is the (usually
? If it has been more than a derful an experience it is. can think up sins for themselves, they don't need period of life self) of emotional confusion.The are questioned, their directives

year, then you should give serious thoughtto Here in the Diocese of St. Augustinewe devils to tempt them." during which patience of his parents is are resisted, their Instructions -

making one in the near future. A retreat have regular retreats, particularly Most of us-Catholics and all-don't see what difference a person gradually strained as he alternates be- are disobeyed.
is a spiritual check-up. :Most of us during the summer months, for both men Satan makes wonder why he's there leaveschildhood tween childlike moods of affec- Like a mother hen who has
,
and The behind tion and tractability, and adult- hatched a duck, parents beginto
are not aware of how much we have women. spiritual talks given at bracket him perhaps with Santa Claus. -1
where this
wonder change-
slipped in the everyday job of living the the retreats provide much matter for and emerges like moods of stubborn Inde-
I
When last heard a sermon about him, Ican't ing son or daughter came
Faith. We little thought. The silence enables us better to Into ,- pendence.
give up religious practices -
remember. Yet he has not changed Sometimes parents add to from. They begin to wonder
here and there. Our tempers get ponder the important quest of life God. maturity. B y'
in the twenty centuries since he moved the teenager's state of con- whether they have failed in
I shorter and we often fall in the habit of Our Lord spent 40 days and 40 nightsin
Judas to betray Our Lord and moved His fusion. One day they tell their efforts to raise this child
treating our religion like a Sunday coat prayer. He invites you to spend a few enemies to slay Him. It is the same Devil Father Leo J. Treseits him, 'You're too old for that well.

that we put on and take off. This is whywe days with Him and'only Him during a St. Peter described as "a raging lion, seek- very nature adolescence is sort of thing. You're not a Actually, this Is Nature at
all need to make retreats.As retreat. Talk to Him about your problemsand child more"The work it is not a latent mean-
; ing men to devour" ((1 Peter). So we go a time of flux, of change. The any ;
close as Priests and Sisters are to weaknesses, and ask Him to give you i over the ground with our objector. Satan teenager is not exactly the next day they say, ness coming out in the child.If .

God, the Church demands that they calla the strength to live each day as if it were .. ,,. -ana.. ail.. tne.. otner.. angeLa_1_ wno.1. louowea 11 same person today that he was "You're too young for that. the teenager has had wise
your last. Beseech Htm to give you the yesterday, and tomorrow he Don't be getting such big and loving guidance in his earlier
sheer having
halt to their everyday activities and him in setting self as against God-is spirit, -
grace to stop worrying about unimportant up will not be exactly the sameas ideas." It is little wonder that years, he will weather the
spend some time In quietude on retreat.If no body as we have. _u' the adolescent finds it difficultto storms and stresses of adolescence
things. today.
\Ve may be wrong, or course,
you have never made a retreat Reality comes to us throughthe adolescence answer the question, "Whoam without serious harm.
you Ask Him right now to give you the body's five senses, sifted In interpreting a given sectionof Consequently is
don't know what you have missed. If you grace to make a retreat. human history. Nor is the a time of emotional confusion, 17" He may drive his parents to
intelligencecan
by them before our evidence so clear as to be un- as the youth tries to form a Because of his feeling of Insecurity distraction in the process, but
get hold of it. tries he will come to
the to ultimately
mistakable: for the Devil's children new but constantly changing teenager
There Is no such sifting for find by identifying anchor in the calm harbor of
stability
Father John J. Castelot to are even more at odds image of himself.
pure spirits, reality comes himself closely with others in maturity.The .
themselves than 'the During childhood life Is quite
them straight, as it is. So muchof among does need
!I in adolescent
his Membership
children of God, with not even stable. Having a definitely assigned age group.

Psalm' 36 Teaches Trust in the Lord our animating spiritual our energy body is, spentin none that the desire the"worst to do of Satan's believers will in has a place definite in society image ,of a child him- the safety.In herd. gives him a feelingof himself guidance, ,consciously firm guidance.or uncon-He

of theirs is thus drained away his anxiety to be acceptedby sciously, desires such guidance.In .
He knows what it
authors of the didactic of reward or punishment In these blessings he refers to from the spirit activities of God occasionally feels to doGod's. self. meansto
THE his the adolescent his emotional turbulenceand
be child because he knows peers,
!, psalms written to the hereafter, they looked for dwelling in the land (the prom knowledge and will.Intellectually a conforms slavishly to their uncertainty, he is gratefulfor
child.
teach a lesson, quite commonly blessings here below. Often ised land) and enjoying its they tower Yet we are right: minds what is expected of a himself.
standards. He (or she) must protection against
is also of adult.
This true an
adopted the alphabetic tech.I enough they looked in vain, fruitfulness: over us, in vital power they greater than ours are con is
this in certain Firm guidance especiallyneeded
hair
Isnever wear a style,
The adolescent however,
,
nique. They and In their disappointmentwere Trust in the Lord and do tower over us-all their cerned with the general evil of
where he must dress in a certain way, when the teenage
were anxiousfor tempted to turn on the good, that you may dwell in energy Is concentrated in a the world. And we know from quite sure must wear a certain kind of rode clashes with the- moral
their read. God who, to all appearances, the land and enjoy security way we cannot imagine. And Scripture that they tempt men stands. with establishednorms
talk the of code! or
He is reluctant to leave the shoes, must jargon
to had deceived them. (3)). Individually. There is no space
ers remember -: that unimaginable concentration .
his fellows. of decency or courtesy.
the lessons I That they, in spite of their This figure is repeated In v. is upon evil. here to analyze demonic temp-- safe dependence of childhood,

I they were efforts to be good, should go 11, in terms which Our Lord Why should they bother tation. Briefly we may say yet Nature is urging him on This addiction to teenage .
fads be to However, an understandingof
achieve the independence of can very irritating
and unrewarded bad borrowed centuries later that their power over matteris to
teaching, was enough. for about us? We are such very and
the adolescent's needs
action which parents. "Do you have to wear
and ma
starting each But what added insult to injury one of the Beatitudes: small fry in comparison. It is greater than men's. Men thought
outlandish problems will enable
your hair in that parentsto
verse or groupof and Increased their per- "But the meek shall possess hard to believe that they wantus can by the mere act of their turity demands.The "
with
"What'swrong exercise their guidance
verses with plexity was the obvious fact the land, and they shall delight in Hell, they must see us will affect the actions of their youth has to struggle style? they ask.
with tensions and feelings that with the jacket you'veshortage patience and with sympathy.
the next letterin that many of those who ignored in abounding peace." as lowering the intellectualtone own bodies-can, for instance,

the alphabet --- God's laws and who, accordingto Of course, Our Lord was of the p I a c e. Yet con- conjure up mental pictures

made memorization that much all the rules of, their limited referring to the promised landof cerned with us they are. which can excite them pretty John C. '

easier. Psalm 36 is such I a logic, should be suffering the heaven, where the meek, Scripture is filled with their powerfully.The .

W. composition. As psalms go, It agonies laid up for the wicked, the oppressed, the hungry, the concern. The Devil tempted demons can produce ;:ds' World I

is not very inspirational, and were actually enjoying them homeless will receive the reward -Adam, tempted Christ; no childof similar l pictures in men's 'Food Add to Hunger in

its author was not very orig-- selves immensely.The of their fidelity to Him.It Adam, no member of Christ Iwains.r'in:: the picture

,i inal.He author of our psalm set is true that a psalm suchas escapes their notice. But again, with\ each man's ruling in- are among the ob of course, is primitive improving nutrition among _
borrowed generously out to reassure those of his this may seem rather point why? clination. TABOOS encountered by the agricultural practices, lack African tribesmen. He said th

." from the general fund of wisdom compatriots who were on the less for us who know, in the They have not told us. Butit Their natural powers are Freedom from Hunger Committee of fertilizers, and failure to "witch doctors" should have

-J writings, many of which verge of disillusionment and light of the fullness of revelation may ,,.ell be because, Insignificant vast; their intelligence is great. in Its efforts to combat utilize all available tillable been invited to the Food Con _

had already treated in one way apostasy. His horizons, too, that we need not be overly as we are, we represent er than ours; we should be hor- starvation andmalnutri *- *_ land, in some areas for lack of gress as well as the scientists,
$ or another the problem with were quite limited, but his con concerned about the vicissi- the only possibilities left 'ribly at their mercy without V irrigation.But since "no nutritional improve

_, which he was concerned. victions concerning God's jus- tudes of this life. to them of victory against God's aid. But that aid will tion in under- several of the delegates ment will be achieved without _

: And what was that problem tice were unshakable, and he On the other hand, there are God. God wants all men saved: always be given us, unless we developedcountries. cited religious taboos and tribal their consent."

? It was one which piled up argument upon argument many Christians who, even in this they concentrate upon prefer to go their way. .Food superstitions as very real obstacles Dietary preferences are extremely -

plagued the Hebrews. They -or statement upon state- though basking in the light of thwarting Him. What else can Do they torture men in Hell? experts from to nutritional improve- difficult to change, _

I weie firmly convinced that ment-to impress his convic- this revelation, are often trou- they do? Scripture does not say so, andit all over the ments in many parts of the even when religious taboo
I 3 God was infinitely Just, but tions upon his readers. His bled by their own adversity and We sometimes feel that evil is hard to see why they world, attend- world.

His justice was not always opening lines ((1-2)) are a pleato the seeming success of those In the world is not simply as it should. They have had their ing the recent d Dr. B. R. Sen, of India, direc- or superstitions) are not In-
apparent to them. be calm in the face of the who are a law unto them happens, so to speak'-each'(small victories in getting in- 'World Food tor-general of the UN Food and Tolved. > j' I '

Many a good person did his problem. selves. And so the psalmist's man choosing what he wants dividual men away from God: Congress at Agriculture Organization, told During the depression, com

- very best to keep the divine Then, more positively, he reassurances are as relevant as against what' God wants, torturing them would add 'thA,..- Stilt--,- DE-->- the Congress that an Importantsource panies of jobless southern men
law and, in view of God's jus. urges continued trust In God, now as they were when he and the whole adding up to a nothing to their victory. partment, painted a rather of protein was not were sent to Oregon to do conservation -
- \ tice, logically expected to be insisting the good will even- wrote them, even if our horizons chaos of thrusting wills. They might do it from sheer grim picture of the outlookfor available to his people becauseof work in the forests.

recompensed accordingly. And tually triumph and they enjoy have broadened remark- We get the feeling that meaningless malignity, perhaps relieving hunger duringthe the taboo against slaughtering They were served a diet pre-

since they had little or no idea God's blessings. As a figure of ably since his day. there is a drive and a direction : but the meaninglesswould next two or three decades. cattle. pared by expert nutritionists. _

In. t, fundamentally hardly attract intellects One-half of the world' population The wife of the President of But many of them refused to

chaotic but organization towards so powerful. And they have the delegates were Mexico, Senora Eva Mateoi, eat the meals set: before them,

: J Father Michael V. Gannon chaos, not only mindsat their own troubles. Later we told, now exists on one- cited superstitions among the insisting on the fatback, beet-

Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters work in each separate shall see why men must sufferin fourth of the world's food Indians in her country and top greens and chitterlings

___: tJs piece of evil but a mind at Hell: the suffering of demonsis supply. elsewhere in South America they were accustomed to.
J. &' work in the wbole.Washington immeasurably greater. North America and most of which deny them available The experience of the Freedom

GQeat in the European countries pro- nutritious food. from Hunger Committee
LetterAustralian duce food surpluses. But even Among some Indian communities affords a lesson that should be
availablefor fruit is shunned becauseof taken to heart by impatient
"" """ < if these were totally
.
lonl iba catholic histoRy underdeveloped countries the belief that it transmits American idealists who believe

-- Group Stresses they would provide adequate malaria. In others meat and the American way of life can

nutrition for only a few weeks. eggs are regarded as harmfulto be imposed upon underdeveloped

Chapter Eleven ter of Its Indians, was knownat the soldiers and armaments: Menace of Chinese Reds Between 300 and 450 million children. No fishing is donein people over night.
Cancer de Barbastro the close of Father Cancer's that accompanied them. He people, about 15 per cent of the some coastal areas rich in :Missionaries learned the lesson -

LUIS a Priest of the DominIcan short apostolate as "The Provo reviewed the fate of the pioneer .. world's population, live below marine food because of a taboo centuries ago, but It has
Order, a native of Sara- ince of True Peace." Florida Priests. SOME of the leading arguments put forward for recog- the breadline. One-third to one- against eating fish.A yet to be learned by many

.II gossa, Spain. In 1517. when he Father Cancer' read the The secular and religiou; and trading withRed China are negated In a half suffer from undernutri- delegate from the African government agencies seeking _

conceived the idea of going to stories of earlier<< expeditions$ Priests who accompaniec I pamphlet which has arrived here from Australia. tion.Basic republic of Togo told a similar to lead backward people into

Florida, he was already a veteran to the unconquered and unconverted Ponce de Leon's second voyagein Published by a group which couldn't survive, "ignore the cause of the food story about the obstacles to this modern age by a long leap. _

New World missionary, land of Florida.He 1521 had been driven off by frankly calls itself the Aus- great resources of propagandaand

: and a proven success with the talked with survivors of Indian arrows before they tralia-Free China Association, force available to a modern Question Box
fierce savages of Guatemala, these expeditions. And lie could even get a beachhead. the little booklet has a, special' government."
where he had spent the last began to wonder why could Father Juan Suarez, who accompanied interest. It comes to hand at I
The "tragic stream of refugees -
four years. he not win over the Indiansof Narvaez in 1528, had the time of the sino-soviet talks Promises are not to be Made LightlyQ.
into Hong Kong and
"Alferez de la Fe"-Standard- Florida by the same means been appointed to serve as Moscow, and it draws atten-

I, bearer of the Faith had becomehis he had used in Guatemala? Bishop of Florida, but he and tion to the fact that Australiais Macao" argues against the Red When is a \'OWlllid? proof of his baptism, It could

title of honor. And Guatemala It seemed to him that the earlier the other Priests in that expedition in a different' position fr mt.regime. being popular, the Must a vow be taken beforea Questions should be addressed happen.
which had been called by missionaries to that northern either died of starva- a lot of other countries as fan bo6kletsays.
t Priest? Can one make a to: Question Box One cannot receive any of
_I Spaniards the"ar Province"because province had been ham- tion or were killed by Indians. as Red China is concerned. *. -%
Actions speak louder than valid vow on the Bible at The Florida Catholic, P.O. the sacraments unless he has
of the warlike charac- pered rather than helped by Eight secular and four religious Australians, it says, "are a words and demonstrate thai t home? Box 3551, Orlando, Florida. received the sacrament of bap

; Priests had accompaniedDe small group of 10 million people the objective of the Peking A. A valid vow can be made tism. Therefore, In this Instance _

- RANGE BUT Soto in 1539. Of that num- of European stock, living regime is not "to elevate, educate at home without a Priest pres- the person should be
TRUE ber four of the seculars died amongst 1500 million people of and enlighten" the masses ent. But I recommend that you There Is a great study made baptized as soon as possible.

Little-Known Facts (for during the first year. At the Asia." It questions whether as it claimed, but "the destruction -consult a Priest about the vow into the life of the person and Then he should receive the
,. battle of Mobllla (Mobile, Ala- Australia "will be allowed the the miracles performed throughhis
-
- (by force if necessary sacrament of confirmation In
wish make and then a
MURRAY '.IMI KCWC.Vm S r UJfosr you to _
By M. |J. bama) the remaining Priests luxury of neutrality," should ) of the 'imperialistworld t that you make it in his pres intercession. second ceremony, since, In the

lost all their chalices, vest- "a titanic conflict" develop in ,' that is, the Western ence. This way, you will avoid There is also a study madeof first instance, It was not valid.
ments, wine, flour, and other the area. Nonetheless, the world." pledging something which is the weaknesses of the per
YTh' V1 requisites for offering Mass. group has no hesitancy in the son's character, since they are
FAMIL) Recognition of the Peking beyond your strength, and
C Two more secular Priests throwing in with Free China, all human, to see why he
seriousness of the vow do
\\I M) by Australia "wouldbe you
were dead by 1542, when De against the Red regime' in; regime make will be clearly impressedupon should not be declared a saint.
l.,,# J jL.I I I 1 q Soto himself died. The other Peking. Interpreted by all the mind. The preservation of the bodyis

,.4 ; :.1 I dE I five Priests, including the two The pamphlet deals with) people) of Asia as an abandon. By the your way, a.o consists, not essential.

( remaining seculars, Fathers some "misconceptions" in thi: ment of Asia! to communist not just in a resolution, but Q. Please tell me where

-2cc42cM : Rodrigo de Gallegos and Francisco way; power*" in a genuine promise made to the custom originated: for a CatholicFLORIDA

I ::2rWA de Pozo, died before the It denies that the Nationalist To the argument that to God, with sufficient knowledgeand burial casket to be openedfor
: last survivors, under Moscoso, government in China was a withhold recognition from Red freedom and meant to be view. Is this a church.
-i1i I III
: iI j$ ; reached Mexico and safety. "reactionary corrupt and in-, China la to "ignore the existence binding under pain of sin, law? PsbUshid at'"? rfdar

That was the story- that Father efficient" group that was over of 600 million Chinese,", either venial or mortal as the A. The custom of viewingthe r.O. s.. zest CATHOLIC OArdca PRESS..IU Ifte.,

Cancer heard and read. thrown by "a spontaneous up-, the pamphlet replies that "the. case may be. body of the deceased by lit Ea: t OUalal DrU.. OrUaJ

It wa! a ntury to chill the rising," as some would have it- mischief lies not with the Chi- Q.? How are saints made? relatives and friends goes back Subscription In U.B-A. and Canad*

\ heart of any future mUsionary It says the Nationalists, nese people, but with I their, Do their bodies have to be probably Into prehistoric days. $4.00 I 1.00. per year: other countries
Th'477FF to those treacherous regions and it Is saved from decay? There Is no church law demanding -
_ fec&nrCHOCXC exhausted by their struggle temporary masters, The Florida Catholic Is & memberof
t:1li: A HAME THAT HAO AOTO of "La Florida." their plans and ambitions that. A There are steps which the viewing of a body. the Catholic Pies Association
against the Japanese, were and the National Catholic Welfare
!cJ ,lgl 4M8cRs RX.LO/ IT MM? In Father Cancer's case,, we oppose by nonrecognition."I the Church follows in the However, it is more or less a Conference Xewa Service. Bogner
POPC: LANDO(q13-4j. however, the story only hard forced to retreat to Taiwan The proposal of a "two China canonization of saints. growing out of the natural desire and )Mirtln publishers represent_

ened his I desire to go there,,I by Red armies financed and policy," that is thai both the First of all, the "cause" has to view a loved one before tire. 1.Entered U 5J. at at tecond Orlando.clan: Florida miiiMay

: and to try, by peaceable means trained by the Russians and Reds and Nationalists be recognized to be admitted and there are consigning him to the grave. under th. Act of March :, 111%.

1 alone, to convert the Ignorant; armed with the entire mill and admitted to the, members of a commission who Q. Supposing a person, EB

and seemingly untractable sav, tar)' equipment of the Jap. United Nations, "is absolutely, are appointed to investigate after having received con

ages. anese Manchurian army, unacceptable to both Chinas,"I why the particular person firmation, found out that he Father YUr.at E. Smith
In 1547 he asked the highest which had surrendered in asserts. should be canonized. A t the was never baptized. What Kiecutlr Editor
the pamphlet Ktlitort *!!III Jaa Qalam
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I TO CCU6QATC me flAT OF S! AUTOtty A50OT. expedition. Red regime must have the Soviet Russia is no argumentfor to try to prove why see how a person could be admitted .hc.rtlillnc Manager
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AUGHT AT mHTfU. Friday, July 19, 1963WI _
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I 11 THEN Pope Pius XI well. The canon law prescribes ask God to continue to make It gratulation and encouragea .':'.' ::-+. .. : '. Furniture Boob

i I j Y_ gave a Divine Word II- blessed oasis of prayer and ment to the diligent director of + Greeting Cards
missionary provincial a copy "But now we must spreadthe recollection where in the light the movement and to his LLOYD COX

of his "Mens Nostra" encyclical retreat movement also of the Blessed Sacrament all worthy aides, as well as to all T Office SuppliesCL

back in 1929, that among;; the laity. Yes, Father, classes of workers may attain the members, who give praise- 1 & eA t 2.3473
we all do need an annual re- peace, serenity, comfort and in the
Holy Father said to the worthy example even 118 North Beach Street
treat. spiritual refreshment renewal
Priest: midst of the trials of dally fife
With a smile he continued: and pardon, and holy resolu- .
"Dear Father, we all need an to attend to the
manage
"They call me the Holy Father. tions to persevere in faithfuland
annual retreat,-the Bishops, God alone knows how continual perfecting of their
the holy I ness to the Divine law. POWDER PUFF
Priests
and the
Religious
as am. And so, I too make a retreat We offer Our fatherly consouls.. From Our heart We im- Ig
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every year. 1 r Vy -* """" "tT. _

"At the beginning of the ecclesiastical 1v ;*' Creative Hair Styling
Daytona Beach r t >;_ _
year I make It together fir .. L Permanent, Silver Blendingand

with my entire Vatican ; z c *,- Tinting

household of some 260 persons, h p llrlt :M. 3rheenk. OR :-UUI'

save trips and a simple Priest is preaching S.. ,"..IIt'. Ormand R..rh
to us the Eternal Truths." t1tv : t Opp. C"aU. Hotel

to the store About 30 years later, In > i t _

praise of the lay retreat .A P4A yn Crk" ..
.r y I
movement, another Holy Father $
the late Pope JohnXXIII I THE

: said, on January 21,
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dust 1959: to members of the retreat *
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profound satisfaction for : ,. .;" .: 4 INTERIORSDRAPERIKJKSLIFCOVERS
the rich harvest of good it has .. .. ,t .. : .' .#>..-..;: _.....
gathered in Its many years of : i'i WO IEN'S RETREAT PROGRAM TO CLOSE Qualified Decorator Service

activity. And now, in the dawnof When the last weekend of July is over, another successful: summer program of 1114 RIVERSIDECL

Our pontificate, the move- retreats for laywomen will be concluded at Holy Name Priory (above) In San Antonio. 3-9074 holly Hill

ment begins Its 50th year of Pictured are some of the retreatants at a July retreat there. Facilities occupied by

existence.Let the parishioners are used by students of Holy Name Academy during the scholastic
us first of all raise to
,year.
Our Lord, "the Father of y
mercies and God of all consola-
HEW 2.IN-1 Claims
ProposalToo
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ing inspired and protected the 1fNUCI
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REFRIGERATOR of His heart And let us :: .. ; :<:':'' ;:.' .... WASHINGTON (NO)-A spokesman for the Post Office Rattan Aluminum Wrought Iron .. .r.u..,.... "Ia".. rrraur m.rANrI

'. '_ h", _'_" _-, ___._ Department told a House subcommittee that proposed t1l.r.cah.
Highway I Ormond Beach
Italian and American Food A PLACE OF SOLITUDE A IDlE FOR THOUGHT legislation to crack down on mailed obscenity and communist

-FREEZER In a quiet place by oneself is an ideal time to examine propaganda would create an impossible administrative -

Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M. one's thoughts.' At a weekend retreat one experiences burden for his departHe also said that a renderwent. I

b a Supermarket In your such a "spiritual uplift." vv
Kitchen Banquet Facilities ...____. _.__...__.....ou..._.......___ Louis could change 0 v e r to sealed v v
-..... .. "! > ::r'T."r'II' J. Doyle, Post Office
: -''"'!' '\ r1 Benedictionas first class mail or various
Closed Mondays : .J ; part Our Apostolic general counsel, told the House
types of second class mail, to
a comfort to them and their
--Ik; oitflameteu )f SAN REMORESTAURANT .:... i i.y'{ families.T postal operations subcommitteeon which the legislation under e' t71
w.
1: 10 that the v v
July legislation
t',. '" ,. \\.Jf:t, h remaining retreats consideration would not apply.
i : '
might Involve the Post Officein
.../r. CHEAPER.root frI open to diocesan lay personsare Rep. Dominick V. Daniels of
thousands of public hear
FLORIDA POWER LIGHT CO. 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL g, few, this July. (They are ings yearly-and the depart New Jersey, a member of the Free Estimates
L NELP/N. l U/LO PLORfOA ; listed In Coming Events, else- subcommittee, testified in ; Phone CL 2.6034
2-1357
t: ment has only three hearing v v
where in this issue). One favor of the bills, saying he
examiners.D .
might Bay they are "the last gave their purpose his "whole- Boyette Awningand
1 testified bills
chance this summer"! for re- 0 y e on hearted endorsement." Blinds Co.
RUMMAGE SALE which would permit recipientsof FLORIDA IS FULL1 1 Venetian
would
treats under diocesan spon Daniels said it be pos- 1941
Est.
Wednesday-Thursday-Friday 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. sorship. unsolicited obscene mail or to communist ask sible for the subcommittee to OF DANDEE MOMS 112 Madison Ave.

SATURDAY 10:00 A. M. to 12 Noon The Passionlst Fathers who propaganda "refine certain provisions" of
the Office to It to
Post return
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Chilean Farmers Receive -.'. .' ... World Problems Facing Pope Paul




I Land from Church Project ROME (NC)-Pope Paul Bv.-0/VI Richard-faces- -superhuman Cardinal--- dishinc burdens p that only the prayers of II

entire Christendom can light
WASHINGTON '(NC-Raul Cardinal Silva Henriquez S.D.B., Archbishop of San- : : with chaotic world.a bewildered and problem confrontingPope the Church are not greater

tiago. Chile, interviewed here last week, said that the Church's program in his archdiocese Paul. than their Master. If all thingsgo
.
.. The exaggerated nationalism well with if
nas given aepressea .4 : ., Still a concern is the missionary us, no opposition
They put lawyers to work production ten-fold in the first : ; which forced us into two world is encountered, we can be
workers new hope. : 3 life of the Church.
studying legal problems Involved year, and the other had crop L wars is still rampant. Newly sure that God's work Is not
The Catholic Church beganits We read of closed to
A44 wL.i places
in title transfers, and gains of about 80 per cent. independent nations, unaccus- being accomplished in God's
own land reform projectlast Catholic missionaries, of the
they arranged for sociologistsand The new landholders have tomed to self-government, are
way.
year. farm experts to,train lead.: 201 years in which to pay for plagued with instability. curtailment of apostolic work,
"The workers think that While the Church faces many
and of the exile and unjust
ers who would be able to pioneer theI ;laJld. v- One-fourth oi the world's
the way the Church Is approaching treatment missionaries.. problems, there are many reasons
in the The
cooperative ven Cardinal noted with
the problem f is the ---'--- inhabited area are controlledby
ture. i pleasure that*:their earnings Put the Church of Christ for hope and confidence.
only realistic way and they IN MEXICO CITY'S CATHEDRAL )' atheistic communism. must difficulties of
Coordinating body for the were so good the first season expect Among the tasks within the
hate lost their confidence in work isthe Institute por that ome have already! paid 10 Jose Cardinal Garibi y Rivera Archbishop of Some think we are enteringa every ,'arirt)*. "If they have Church itself is the Second

the communist! approach," Promoclon Agrariana per cent of their total debt. Guadalajara, will offer' a pontifical Mass of thanksgiving non-Christian 'era. While we persecuted me. they will per.secute Vatican Council, a pastoral

said Cardinal Silva. (INPROA) or Institute for Ag- It is this suc ess, accordingto during August 11-12, ceremonies marking the 50th cannot 'agree, neverthelessthere you also," said the council intended to update and

But it is not only the workers ricultural Development.The Cardinal Silva, that has! anniversary of the Catholic, Association of :Mexican is evidence for their con- I ord. modernize its laws and practices

in the predominantly agri- technicians who had sparked the interest of some Youth. The Cathedral in :Mexico City, above, is the clusion. The human instruments of to meet the challenges of
cultural South American
tion who have gained heart na. planned the. development pre big private landowners.He place for the :Mass. Despite its current prosperIty the 20th century.

dicted that the change from the recalled that 250,000 copies Italy gave an approval to
from the pilot reform project. old serf-system to responsible of a joint pastoral letter Reds communism during the recent Cursillo Quarters
The 55-year-old Cardinal said Not Popular With
self-management on the partof the Bishops issued on social election which surprised even MADRID (XC)-Archbishop md
the new cooperative farm communities ru1 ) '! im.t
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the communist leaders. Italian vot- Antonio Riberi ;
members
would resultin reform in general were circulated apostolic

their first were so that successful the in an initial drop in crop re last year-the largest cir Puerto Ricans: PrelateTUCSON ers may not be classified as nuncio to Spain, said here A. H. Cralr-Keadal L. Bennttt

year even turns. culation of any such documentin ideological communists, but when he blessed the new quar- Ambulance Service

technicians who laid the But Cardinal Silva said that Chilean history-and he indicated (NC-Communism has made scant headwayin their support of communism is ters of the national secretariatfor VA 4.1673

groundwork for the project instead of a drop, one of the that this had laid the Puerto Rico, according to Archbishop James P. Davisof definitely discouraging.Latin "Cursillos de Cristiandad"that ST. AUGUSTINE
were surprised. As a result of
Santiago projects increased its groundwork. San Juan. America is another Pope Paul VI valued the
decade the total
next
to
this rose
success, according to the .
',. _". u There is no communist party'in problem that weighs heavily cursillos as an instrument of
Cardinal 13, and in 1953-63 to 20.
some of Chile's large ,
Puerto Rico and there is'
on the new Pope. the apostolate. He said the
Of the newly ordained
landowners
have stopped looking
very little sympathy for Cuban Cuba ha been" lost. Other Pope came to know the cursil-
on the Church project as Priests, six will serve in reli- !
dictator '
Fidel Castro, los short In Chris-
say
courses
countries to the south face
and gious orders. a .
quixotic are now
taking Archbishop Davis. Puerto Rico
Five of the eight diocesan crisis which could rxplode at tianity similar to retreats
steps to follow its example.The ALMS
has provided refuge for
some when he was Archbishop of
project had its origin 1 Prie>tsnill serve in the any time.Onethird.
20,000 Cuban exiles, he notedin Milan.
two after ,Archdiocese of San Juan. of the earth's Catholics -
years ago, shortly ; an interview, and the few
Cardinal Silva became Arch- Castro The Archbishop attributesthis live in Latin America. It
sympathizers
bishop of Santiago. The Bishops an active propaganda carryingon cam gain to prayer and to a has been conservatively esti- BEACH MEMORIAL A.,MOH) J .f U A. It t'}

unanimously decided to disposeof paign met with little success. concerted campaign for voca mated that over 100,000 Priestsare CHAPELSt. o.r,...... .,.
all diocesan-owned farm- tions. This year the archdiocese Pttenborr B*.rh 160-5577
needed to them ade-
The Archbishop, formerly give
a 649 2nd Av. So. Ph. 862-6503
lands for the benefit 0 f the will dedicate a new major service
Priest of the Tucson diocese, quate religious and in SEMINOLE BEACH

workers. is the 57th head of one of the seminary. struction. MEMORIAL CHAPEL ST. PETERSBURG'PHONE

The aim, the Cardinal said, Diocese in St. P.t.ribarr I.I.IIOT
; ; two oldest dioceses in the Western Angola Within a few :years, becauseof
was "to translate! the teaching Hemisphere. It was VATICAN CITY (NO)-Pope Latin America's high birthrate

of the Church into deed founded in 1511, less than two Paul VI has erected the new half of the world's Cath- -

and thus give example to decades after Columbus' first diocese of Luso in Angola and olics could be located on this 877-7524

the whole country." landing, and was raised to ah has named Father Francisco part of the Western Hemis

To date, the whole project archdiocese in 1960. Esteves Dias, O.S.B., as its phere. To keep them withinthe A. P. B 0 Z A RIVERSIDE CHAPEL
totals about 200 families with
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Only two HMiops in Its! 4:>>>2jearhfstory first Bishop. fold of the Church is an- 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE.
another 100 scheduled to receive ,
I&MF& have occupied ; 1- v:. "- -- '; TAMPA 7. FLORIDA
land within the next few 'c\ -
months. the See longer than Archbishop I "

Davis, who is observing ,
The Santiago Archbishopsaid -k-- ;..1 <
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large landholder. But it was

decided that the two dioceses --- -- -,." -- ", ,:" ;.' Davis expressed BRADENTON SARASOTA
possessing the greatest amountof SLUM CHILDREN IN CHILE satisfaction at the increase invocations ',

among his people in Service For 61 Years
Talca
land, Santiago and ,
Raul Cardinal Silva of
Henriquez, Archbishop San- recent years. Like the rest of
would be the first to disposeof
it. tiago, leads the work to better the conditions of the Latin America, Puerto Rico

Cardinal Silva and Bishop deprived people in Chile. Helping children who live in suffers from a shortage of GRISSOM FUNERAL HQME
Priests. About 500 clergy
serve
Manuel Larrain of Talca immediately slum areas (in Santiago, above) or depressed farmers, Phon. "
almost two and a quarter million -*# 847.3131

experts to engaged study the agricultural soils and the Church, says the Cardinal, aims to "translate teach- people on the island-an KISS1MMEE I -

determine the best land use. ing into deed." : average of about 4000 souls for --.I-ft '"OLDEST IX CENTRAL FLORIDA"....". .

each Priest. Operating Under Same Name'aitd)1anagein.eAt.
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I Brazilians Demand Land ReformsBONN I- ., Pope CoatofArmsROME Paul KeepsHis



Germany (NC) Cardinal Camara reported on and chaplains for Brazilian prior to any land reform: to (NO-Pope Paul VI

Both the people and Bishopsof the Red threat in South Amer armed forces. plan, to build and to erect has decided to retain the same

predominantly. a g r i c u 1- ica's largest country, warningthat Cardinal Camara pointed out storehouses, as well as to set coat-of-arms he had as the Car

tural Brazil want land re although the communist that land reform must be carried up technical and financial aid dinal-Archbishop of Milan. A

form and they want it party is legally banned there, out "in accordance with for the farmers so that the reform pontiff is! free to thoose what
now,
Jaime Cardinal in practice it enjoys the same conditions in Brazil." He em- may actually attain ,its ever oat-of-arms he wishes
Camara has declared.The de .Barros freedom as any other political phasized that there is enough objective." -qSi II when he assumes the throne of

party. unused governmentownedland Asked if there is a communist St. Peter.
Archbishop of Rio de The Cardinal noted that to make agrarian reform threat in Brazil, Cardinal 11 ; The Pope's coat-of-arms depicts -

Janeiro also told a correspond. the Brazilian Bishops hare practical right away without Camara answered: L : __ 4' i'! six mountains in silver

ent of KNA, German Catholic formally called for land re- constitutional changes. He said: "Recently a manifesto was : 4 I ,\. J and three fleurs-de-lis in silveron
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news agency, that Immediate form. The .government is the published in Rio de Janeiro by a crimson field. The papal

reform to aid Brazil's millionsof But he stressed that he is largest landholder in Brazil eight democratic organizations crest traditionally bears no

impoverished and landless not in favor of taking properties and, although not all of the asserting that communism can- motto.
farm workers Is possible with from private"owners and land belonging to the govern. not come to Brazil because it Pope John XXIII also retained -

out the constitutional amend- paying for them in long-term ,ment can be exploited at once, is already there his cardinal's coat-of-

ments that leftists are callingfor. government securities, as has it is true that there are many "I can say that the com.mnnists arms when he was chosen pont
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been advocated by some back- tracts of land which can be enjoy at least all the tiff.

ers of reform. He said: divided up immediately."It .freedom of action accorded to
a
ORLANDO "In view of our inflationary is simply not true that a legal political party although -

economy, this would be irresponsible the land the governmentowns they are banned." -1 ORLANDO

Such a procedure is is not suitable for agri The Cardinal said that "thereis
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not only unfair, it would also culture." a reaction against commu-

postpone the solution of the But, he added, "I am of the nism among Catholic students,"

WALTER MENGES\ agrarian problem, since the. opinion that agrarian reform but added that "this reaction

be carried __ ________ Religious Items
Clothier To MenThe constitution would first haveto can out immediatelyonly is having difficulty in making m Sterling Rosaries

Finest In Men's Wear be amended to provide for if people give up plans headway because the. CUB SCOUTS RECEIVE PAKVULI DEI AWARD Next to Tubllx

200 X. ORANGE AVE. payment."On constitutional amend- (secular) Brazilian student association Cub scouts of Christ the King church, Jacksonville received the Parvull Del 2300 Edge water Drive

Across From St. JamesGary's the other hand, it is Indeed ments." has at its disposal Award, presented in recognition of advancement in religious knowledge and spiritual

quite possible to carry out He said that such amend considerable funds from the formation. From the left, kneeling are: Stephen Willingham, :Michael Whelan, Gary GRAY'S JEWELRY

effective land reforms at once ments "naturally require a long government. Without doubt Hurley, :Mike O'Donaghue, Francis Bader, Mike Wallis, standing: Lee Harris, Robert
within the framework of the time and meanwhile the cost the (secular) association is a
King James O'Dannell, David Tanner, Herman S. McEachin, and Robert Dallavia.
Duck Inn constitutional provisions now of living will rise higher and field of communist activity." FAIRVIEW

in force." food will become scarcer." Cardinal Camara thanked the
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on a night when the knock came at the rectory door. Answering,

WATCHES NEW CAR DEALPh. A Father William N. Wall expected it to be a sick call. It turned out to be two Skid For the third successive year .

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Phone GA 2.3652 one. asKea."No .1. second war in their home city. ST. CHARLES PARISHIONERS !
W. Hwy. 50 He spoke to his Bishop, Bish- pltal where newcomers would Although the first two
Winter Garden but I: can give you a
J J op James A. McNulty, who spend their the days of "dl').- years of the AFL-NFL battle
(MEMSeufe&w Member" i' meal, said Father, "and a placeto We Have Resumed Our Home Delivery Routes!
St. Charles sleep, if you want." approved the idea of a rehabilitation Ing out." here resembled nothing more
center but who It also contained a 100-bed than a poke. The strife-torn
Parish It was better than nothing.The Farm Fresh Milk From Our Own Prize Winning
I4N. Orange Ave. two men entered and warned that Father would haveto dormitory for the men of all Titans played in dismal ob

they stayed.As .meet the financial obligations walks of life who need longer scurity.

a Priest of the Paterson, ,on his own. treatment to build the courage Now the Titans have new JERSEY COWS I

ORANGE COUNTY New Jersey diocese, Father The Bhhop's approval wa and confidence to face the owners, new coaches, some

BERG VAULT Co. ,Wall had had experience with enough for a few bankers to world again. And it contained new players, and even a new Phone CY -Cj2UG AiRY
help the Priest start what
what the needed
; '# alcoholics while chaplain at men most for name-the Jets. There are JERSEY ,
SINCE 1946-AIR SEALED Greystone State Hospital, and has become a unique mis- their rehabilitation: a chapel.In those who smirk that "Jets"

____________ REINFORCED CONCRETE sionary career. the next ten
inpw .In, .11: ,. working .withHhe years, Fome was picked because it rhymes
BURIAL VAULTS diocesan Catholic Charities, In searching '"for "1a-headquarters 8000 men were to be treated at with "Mets," and maybe some

When Only The Finest II Good Knouitt he saw.t h e family problems Father located a five- Mt. Carmel. During this period, of the baseball glamor will rub MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE
To B* Pare REQUEST IT which could result from alco story building on Straight Father (now Monsignor) Wall off on Webb Ewbank's new
AL MUHZYN8KI JR.. Owner :Member 9t. James holism. Street which had been an un- turned down a pastorate in club. DINNERS TO GO
derworld the !Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ I 1.00
lie did not realize, 'when brewery during order to remain at Mt. Carmel. Others say the Jets will be

he- answered-the knock that prohIbition. era, and hew as There have been some converts just like the Mets they'lllose ;d Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95
Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres? able to buy it for $80,000.In but this, the Priest has
winter night, ,that he was like crazy, too. rI Fish Dinner
We have a home designed for your family its rundown shape, the said, is not the primary pur- $1.00
the door "
opening on a new "Let them prove It, smiled
career for himself in this building was useless, so Father pose of the house on Straight Ray Walsh, general managerof : ; Shrimp Dinner $1.15

DEMETREE BUILDERS area. Wall told his apostles: "You're Street, explaining: the NFL club. "Everyonesays [-. lflaI NOW 6 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
going to have to find the workers "The whole program Is -- Hwy. 17-92 Fern Park TE 8-5311:
He did not mind when the
5307 East Colonial Drhe CR 7.1922 and writes, that
everyone
who can make this place based on the spiritual idea. If 2740 S. Orange HI. Tr., Orlando CH 1.1222
two men stayed on and on: New Y 0 r k can support, deserves -
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it does not lead the
a to
man
they were also staying sober. This was less of a chore than Church, at least it brings him and ought to have I I f I Kdcenatrr & Lee Rd. 293-9839: !
THE BIO FLAZATHE But then a third arrived, a two pro grid teams. Well, let I Lake Barton Rd. & }. Colonial 27741210
Father expected. Each of the back to God as the man knows
fourth, and shortly there were the Jets prove it. We don't 2100 French A\"r., Sanford 322-9142
12 knew others who had con- Him."
VIRTUE OF BIGNESSWhat 12. "
care.
struction work talents, and
are the "virtues of bigness? What advantages are Careful not to turn his rectory these! in turn knew others, all And why should Walsh and

offered to choppers? into a flophouse, Father of them alcoholics cured or en Promoter Of his club care? LIVE SAFELY !
Variety '- Many stores selling the same types of merchandise saw to it that each man went to
give the shopper extremely wide selection of route to cure, all of them readyto Their advance sale will top
an
work as soon as he overcame c
price and model his tremors. Neighborhood work free, on their own MiraculousMedal 50,000. A visit to their modest DRIVE SAFELY !
Economy Many stores!! selling the same type of merchandise time, because they knew what headquarters in the Coliseum IIIIP
shopowners were helpful in ) Consult this directory before next tankful of
creates a very competitive situation resulting in Father Wall hoped to achievefor tower impresses one with its your
lower prices. providing jobs.Evenings others like them. Dies air of quiet confidence, efficiency gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad you did.
,the men gatheredto
Time Saving One-stop shopping. When they finished, the -and perhaps compla-
Convenience! Large free parking facilities. Space for hold Alcoholics Anonymous PHILADELPHIA (XC) -A
building-now called the Mt.
4000 cars at Colonial Plata. meetings, frequently with non- Solemn Requiem Mass was of. cency. Good Shepherd
Carmel Hospital and Guild- Allie Sherman strolled into St. Charles
More and Better Customer' Service A competitive situ residents attending. fered at Mary's Central Shrinein
ation between Plaza merchants and in addition their combined Father was impressed by the became the only one of its kind the Germantown section the Walsh office to ask about Johnny Green's.Aialr
efforts to compete with other shopping areas resultsin in the country, dedicated exclusively here the specific hours set aside for
last for
efforts of these men to over- Friday Father: rack
excellent customer service.COLONIAL. to the rehabilitationof Fairfield. .
photographers at
come their habit; he was also Joseph A. Skelly C.M., 89. Calf Servlr
PLAZAEast impressed to observe that AA's alcoholics.It Father Sylvester A. Taggart Harry Backrach, the ticket FUEL-OIL
contained a 24-bed hoI boss, signed for the zillionth M. F. Kershner
Highway 50 at Bumby Orlando 12 steps towards a cure were CM., provincial of the Vincent e DELIVERYMOTOR
time that he didn't know this
based on the spiritual exercisesof tians' eastern province, offered ATLAS TIRES-BATTERIES
%,. St. Ignatius. He knew that the Mass for the Yincentian "friend" and that that 'relative" ACCESSORIES FRONT END
7Y' \Mass I ALIONIIENT
he must do more for these men, Guide Priest who died on July 8 at was no kin at all. TUNE.UP

for all such men. the headquarters of the Cen- The search for tickets becomes Phone CY 3-9954

But what? He had no room SUNDAY, July 21 tral Association of the Miraculous more pressing each Phone CR 7-2917

in his house for more; he had 7th Sunday after Pentecost.' Medal here. A long illness year, and the tremendous! Across From St. Charles: 185 S. LaU Barton Roadw.r

no place where he could house Mass of Sunday, Gloria, preceded his death. drawing power' of the Giantsis

t more, and yet he knew that Creed, Preface of Trinity). Father Skelly had been' in due in part to their followers -- -

the housing, the being isolated )MONDAY July 22 religious life 73 years, a intimate knowledgeof A NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERA
_
from places of temptation, was St. Mary Magdalen. (Mass of Priest for 63 years and director and Identification the

urgent, especially a t the be- feast, Gloria, Common Preface for 48 years of the Miraculous players.

ginning when resistance was ). 31 r d a 1 Association They knov which ones are "ALL ,

\ c weakest. TUESDAY, July 23 which lie founded in 1915. married, the number of their ."'. _
St. ApollinarK! (Mass of Under his direction the association -children, their off-season pro IN .. _--

: ::. : Complete Pest Control feast, Gloria, 2nd prayer of distributed more than fessions. They speak of themon &: :J1i" .

LEWIS -COBBEXTERMINATING St. Liborins, Common Preface -70 million medals and publishedsome first-name basis and they ONE" --
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CO. ). 40 million booklets telling know the Giant pattern of attack
I S I k 3y'1J, { Incorporated lice WEDNESDAY, July 24 the medal's story and promoting and defense.

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and such factors
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JIM BLAKE ceding Sunday, 2nd prayer Father Skelly started the lacking for the ambitious .
of SU Christina, Common novena in 1930 at Mary's Cen- Jets.
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u N Guam Pays


Pope Lauds Pastoral Sensitivity k t: Tribute ToPriestHero



Demonstrated by Latin Bishops rA2 ,t _


(Continued' from rare One) most distressing of the prob-- certain above all of the help of : IXARAJAX, Guam (XC) -

I spreading the Kingdom of God lems." the Lord, We dare to apply the Homage was paid to Father

on earth." Another of the problems the divine words to Ourself and to Jesus Baza Duenas, Guam's

He also praised the episcopal Pope noted, is the migrationfrom the present condition of the : outstanding her martyr of
:7
commissions of Europeand the continent's interiorto Catholic Church in the great .orIdYar If. on the 19th anniversary -

the Americas for helping large coastal cities with the Latin American continent. .. of his death. Bishop

Latin .\meI.leat'l t h manpower resultant growth in city populations Seizing with fearful but firm Apollinaris \V. Baumgartner

and financial help. and the lack of Prieststo hand the rudder of the fateful IrWL O.F.M. Cap., vicar apostolic of

"We refer to Canada" he serve their needs. bark, :We push out into the : ,. Guam, presided at the annual

said "which responded promptly "Hence, the need for Intensifying deep on:the ,sea of the historyof Memorial Mass offered for the

by sending many Priests pastoral 'action," he said. today and* tomorrow for Priest by Father Paul Toschik

and Religious; the United Pope Paul made a special the new evangelical victory." ,. r Cas in St. Joseph's church here.

States of America, which with point of saying that the "mis Also present at the July 9 a Boyish-looking Father Du
generosity, offered sion of the Church is not di-
proverbial audience were Archbishop An- enas was taken prisoner by the
personnel and economic help rectly political social or eco- Japanese during the World
tonio of
Samore vice-president
for the development of Catholic nomic." But he said that "hav- War II occupation of Guam,
organizations to Spain which 'compassion the crowd'in the pontifical commission for
; ing on accused of hiding a United
through its thousands of the manner of the Divine Latin America; and Archbishop NiII States naval officer and with-

Priests and men and women Saviour is part of the working Miguel Dario Miranda y Gomezof holding information about

Religious, continues throughthe program of a Priest, who will Mexico City, president of movements of American forces.

ages the work which was not remain indifferent, insen- CELAM. Archbishop John J. Father Duenas was torturedbut

begun with the discovery of sitive or inactive before his Krol of Philadelphia and Arch- ., .,... ,.... .. ...... .., ,..... refused to talk with his
Martin J. O'Connor rec- ....';;'f"'* """ 3 -"' ';">i<''''-- "''''':'''-8-'J6X': '';.",, & ""': ""08'1. ;a-& -- -"
bishop ,
the American continent when brothers who suffer captors.
HOLY NAME OFFICERS INSTALLED IN ORMOND BEACH
the Faith was brought to that "Thus, social action, 'prop- tor of Rome's North American On July 12, 19II. the Priest"!
new land; to Belgium, which increased erly understood, finds its place College, represented the United Father Neil A. Sager installed the Holy Name officers Lloyd Rensel, president; Joseph McQuillen, Bill Mitchell, paid with his life for his loj.

the assignment of among the duties of the Priest.It States. in St. Brendan church, Ormond Beach, from the left: Tom Hay, Frank Nicastro, and Matt Queenan. alty to the L.S.-be was beheaded -

clergy to Latin America from will be as an extension of by the Japanese.

the college of Louvain; to the priestly ministry under- Shortly after his I death
UN Upheld by AsBrotherhood Choose with Care WordsTo
France and Italy, which are stood in the true sense. Pope Missionaries Return American forces retook Guam

preparing to send a greater "We are happy to know that KOXGOLO, The Congo and several U.S. officers who

number of Priests; and to Ger- Our venerable brothers (the Instrument of (XC)-The Kongolo diocese, Laborers, Priests Told had been befriended b-l the

many, which has lavished con- Bishops) and Our beloved sons which was! deserted by most Priest emerged from hiding

siderable financial means on of Latin America have this VATICAN CITY (NCPthe ope Paul VI said in receiving of its people after the 1962 VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope Paul VI urges Priests places in caves.

many important undertakings."We pastoral sensitivity which urges secretary-general of the Jnited Nations that the Holylit massacre of 21 Holy Ghost serving workers to use the utmost tact because the "work In a tribute to the priest-
are also aware of the them to care for bodies as wellas hero Bishop Baumgartner once
See regards the UN as the f n of a civilization for which missionaries! is awaiting the ing world" is "decisively important for the fate of our
efforts of the episcopates of the good of souls, while arrival of four Priests who country and of Christian remarked: "Father Duenas was
the Church provided the ... .. olic Action the saId.
Aus- Pone Guamanian
other countries including bearing in mind always the su- tended to favor progress .and will bring the total here to life in our nation.:' ---- an outstanding
tria, Switzerland and Holland preme finality of man." basic principles.The peace among men. eight. Speaking to he art of educating the Priest whose courage and true

the last of which has always Pope Paul underlined the Pope received U Thantin "It considers the United Na Both mi sioners! and the as chaplains for the .laboring man, has patriotism serve as a reminder

distinguished itself for mis- special importance of seminaries private audience on July 11 tions as the steadily developing local population left this Associations of x very 0 'difficult, very to the present generation to

sionary zeal, and Ireland, saying that whole for a half hour and praised the and improving form of the north Katanga region after ers, a branch of If formerly the lan- fight for their freedom lest

which has played such a great nations look to them with UN for its efforts for world balanced and unified life of all the New Year's Day killingof one used with working- they lose it and to walk the

role in spreading and preserve hope. peace. humanity in its historical, and 20 Priests and one Brother could be simply I good- way of democracy lest they

ing the Catholic Faith He urged those studying for Speaking In English, he earthly order." by Congolese oldiers. brotherly, ordinary, forfeit it."

Pope Paul urged all those the Priesthood to "remember said that the UX "is) a historical He then said that the pres- The people of Kongolo have a a on the advice that every

who have been active in religious instruction, catechetics reality of too reatfmpoI't.mcp ence of so many races and started to come back. Three can draw from his back-

Jitin America to continue preaching to the people, to leave Us indifferent states in a single organization missioners returned at the Pick and experience, the HELP WANTED

with even greater efforts, to and above all remember the to this meeting with "is a fact which the Holy See end of February, 1JHU! and a that must be used ADVERTISING SALESMELBOURNE

seek new objectives and to youth who will have greater j OH." considers as corresponding to young Congolese! Priest of the has become a very sensi

broaden their outlook. responsibility in the life of the "The Holy See, which you its concept of humanity and Kongolo: diocese joined them State matter.

"It has pleased Us" he con- future." are visiting today in Our humble included within the area of its shortly: after. LONDON (NC) working world has be EAU GALLIE

tinued, "to note; that no great The Pope said he is aware person," Pope Paul continued spiritual mission in the world; ---- been established singularly urgent and

sector worthy of attention has of the great and complex difficulties "holds a very high con- important for the PART TIME
religion for the
been neglected and that very but he added: ception of that international In Vatican Letter of our: country and 0 f
special care has been given to "We seem to hear echoingIn organization. It considers it to eration of : tian life in our nation. Handle accounts in the grow-

the sending of ecclesiasticaland Our ears the wonderful be the fruit of a civilization to he made up of ', the contact ing Catholic market of Mel-
QualificationsModern to Save pore, North bourne-Eau Gallic. Good
religious personnel. This words of Jesus as a guest in which the Catholic religion, een the Priest and the position -

needless to say, is one of the the boat of Simon Peter at the with its driving center in the wak.The : world should be for man or woman.

In California time of the miraculous catch: Holy See, gave the vital principles Society Given the federation agreement, with the attention Car Necessary

'Put out into the deep and prudence demanded by a
LOS ANGELES; (XC) into being write
lower your nets for a catch.: "It considers It an Instrumentof specialization if one :
James Francis Cardinal Mc- VATICAN CITY (NC)-Christians are the signed on July 9
persons
"Following the example of brotherhood between na- to give efficacy and
Florida Catholic '
Intyre has blessed the chancery humanize official and by
best qualified to 0 a society threatened by technocracy -
Our venerated predecessors, tions, which the Holy See has to what one is going
archives of the Archdiocese of of the four Box 3551
confident of your many faith- always desired and promoted or the tyranny of the machine, a Vatican letter say"
Los Angeles which are housedIn ful ways of collaboration and and hence a brotherhood in- has stated. Christians'' "sense of human values" gives ritories that Paul also spoke to other Orlando, Florida

a newly- constructed- .. .. annexto -. _..,.,'f :""'-".'- them this ability, Amleto Cardinal r Cicognani, papal secretary federation.The of Catholic Action or-
the chancery building. The N 3 of state said in the lei' British visiting Rome.
archives Father FrancisJ. Brunei, expected
says flight j of caprice Impulse, reminded teachers that JACKSONVILLEHOME
archdiocesan arch- of the -
Weber, ter.The
communication was addressed scandal and vice to the d..lrj.ml"nt work was not "just any
ivist, will eventually constitutethe come in at the
to this year's French 'of others and t o the ," but involved the
collection eccle- The
largest of social week held July 9 to 14 scorn of the law. It is the of "opening fresh Intelli- Stair-Glide Elevator
siastical documents In the wes- as the
in Caen. Commenting' the"' awakening of a responslhil.Ity of opening the dialogue Mental ar I'firma 1
tern United States.Monsignor ligion was not Write for l) t.lI.
i social week's theme-"Demo- ,,as a personal moral duty, with young minds."
Benjamin Christians and MEYER & ASSOC. \
before God.
cratic letter said
Society"-the
Hawkes, chancellor said the :Muslims in the Rahman."T .11:: Cunningham Read{
that the Gospels give "not only "The equality that is asserted .I..a....,Ule Ie. F1.rldeaERD"AWO.O'DS"
archives would be available to four territories
but does not consist of
encouragement' support" to demandinga termites
qualified scholars whose work there would be
,. a democracy in .which 'both vain and unattainable equali
necessitates use of Southern of an "official"
citizens and authorities act zation of temporal possessions, =
California ecclesiastical mate- It is believed
justly and responsibly. measured by quantity, but pro- have Islam as n

.. 6, Because French democracyis claims a common origin and a ligion were -- S ER
rial.CLEARWATER historically linked to the common dignity-that of sons ROGMCSLAieeos.
a v as January, 1963.
slogan of the French Revolu- of God called to the same ld
t a report
tion-"Liberty, Equality, Fra beatific vision. government -
JOB ri.KASVKAm.K: P1MNO ternity"-the letter touched ,on "If democracy says frater- -
If you are looking for a home- W stated: "Islam I
Catholic teaching the nity Revelation teaches us all
regarding ,
cooked dinner away from home, religion of the >ttlott.IDSTEAKS
stop in now ___ three points. It stated: to love all men whatever their "
.\ KESTIR\\T! ; Malaysia.
< rs 'If'a.wlltf'r! FU1S10 "The liberty that Chris.! condition, for they have all rt .t R..er !""t, VUdotftPHARMACY
IloutP 19-A. for
On proposals the c.ke of your home .
X, *T. \KKISOX nl tlanity defends is not a free been ransomed by the same federation M. .13.

Open' 'T .PHONE.m.- ;SO: p.m.416-5683 e..ptI.:! ... -:1\ Saviour. And Revelation recomm enda ion.
Holy Father Tours obliges us to offer to those who The federation -
have the least the means of '
tion of about .E $T'.ERLING
\ 1 Vatican Domain arriving in dignity at a more cluding nearly -
If the Shoe Fits. ': human life." olics. Muslims RELIABLE I'KKXt, 'K1PTION SbKlltt.Drue. .
a VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope True democracy the letter ('.mrtlr. Cigar cud tamer* l>.par'..*.ttYrrr
40 per cent of IMrLup and IMItery L..rh.. aa4 *xl_ Bar
Paul the
VI has visited build-
not
REPAIR ..' continued only demands The federation I03t ItUndlnc HlTd. fcv '-'7JI. 6.6133
ing which houses the civil gov- that citizens be properly in- Silt Jnmme. Rd, 333.6511
ORGANIZE AUXILIARY FOR CHARITIES ernment of Vatican City State. million Malays, I). U. KIMTKKIJM;. owB rMMirGAINESVILLE'S
formed, "but also that they
IT! Chinese::; and a
the
fPT Tllrllnnl"'lnn7 n" The meeting room of During his hour-long tour the strive to judge and discriminate From the
Commercial Bank In Daytona Pope visited on July 11 all Its the information they
receh"e. -
among
K. O'Brien the West
$5 Vettg point !'
atTOM'S & Company Beach was crowded last offices and even the drygoodsstore ." federation as FINEST: HOME VALUES
in the basement which-is
Shoe Repair 1985 Drew St. Ph.446J39Sfa I week for the organizational staffed by Sisters.He Cardinal Cicognani went on: barrier against

MUTUAL FUNDS meeting of the Mater Del "There. is therefore need expansion in ,..
1890 DREW STREETO'NEAL'S \ -STOCKS BONDS Auxiliary On the SIl"akl"rs'Mand was by Archbishop greeted on his Primo arrival for a press that is free andlo.al while the Soviet ?

1RIHHI"IIII'II"'I'/IIIIII and solicitous for objectivity upon it as an
were, from the left, top Principi, secretary of the pone
for
mass media preserve the JUST TWO BLOCKS! FROM
picture, Monsignor WilliamJ. tifical commission for Vatican
which are not at the exclusive : British "'
ST. PATRICK'S PA1IISII AND SCHOOL
Mullally P.A., V.F., Father City State; Prince Carlo Pacelli service! of special' inter The A
R ESTAURANT general counselor of the com- ,
John J. Lenihan; and Mrs. eSts"T
be Kuala
at
HUGH EDWARDS !INC.
mission and Count Enrico
; :
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TRY OUR FAMOUS FF liED CHICKEN $1.25 ; h e letter also spoke of a Its first prime W
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most!' of the administrative, '
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details of the Vatican City'. Ascribed: as the withdrawal of SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OPENED BY THE 10TH. EARN FROM THE 1ST.
government under the coot '
citizens from civic responsibility -
mission, which is a polio.- -
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has been elected coadjutor abbot -.' testimony, they can teach ,the

of the abbey. Father! McCarthy world true humanism." LOAN ASSOCIATIONBYRD

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