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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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VATICAN CITY (NC) -Pope Paul VI has welcomed "
the Diocese's "Fisher" Program, which is related to the
the signing of the nuclear test ban agreement with the Second Vatican Council, special catechetical courses will be given in Orlando I
hope that it is sincerely intended and that it
: may- lead to this summer, Monsignor Harold F: Jordan, diocesan chairman of Fishers I has an
other similar steps for
Making these: comments: peace.at bers of the Pennsylvania State at0, lite nounced. The Fisher program, in conjunction with the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine

a general audience in St. Bar Association and 0 f the :: ., will feature evening sessions, August 17 through 31, at Good Shepherd School in

Peter's basilica he American Heritage Court As- .< n".1."' .....auuu..,,
referred courses for teachers helpers the Fisher program includes
sociation, and servicemen of Father John F. Wells, CCD
only to
"recent events" but Fishers, and executive board 1 Monsignor Harold F. Jordan,
there the Navy's 12th Amphibious director: for the Diocese, has in-
was no mistaking his ". members of parish Confraterni- Monsignor Charles A. Bartok,
Squadron and the First Bat- vited the Mission Helpers of
meaning. It his
was first men- .ties. 1 Father Richard Lyons, Father
tion of the agreement. Vatican talion of the Sixth Marine VOL. XXIV, No. 40 Orlando I Florida, Friday, August 2,1963 Ten Cents the Sacred Heart Sisters from This Orlando inter-parish 1 Paul R. Woodyard, Father Terence -
Corps. Baltimore to conduct the
Radio and the Vatican City catechetical session Is part ofa J. Farrelly, Father William -

newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano diocesan program o f r e. 1 1nevved J. Trainor, Father VincentE.

both commented on the Requiem Mass Offered For enthuslams! toward ] Smith, Father John F. Wells.
day of the signing. bringing back fallen away Father Hubert J. Reason. Father -

Tope Paul recalled that It .IaLk-5; Catholic, and to teach the 1 James A. Lowe Father
Was only in the JreviousSeek'M Archbishop Edwin V. ByrneSANTA I Faith to others 1 Hugh V. Keane, Father Bronis

general audience that In response to this program, ]Benesevich, Father Robert
he had asked for prayers for FE (NC-Requiem) Mass was offered here for Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Johnson, Father William G.

peace and on the following Archbishop Edwin V. Byrne of Santa Fe, 71, spiritual -S visited cities throughout the Neidert C.PP.S., Father Cyril

Sunday that he had recited _leader_____ _sinfv_n__ _1043_ __ of__ Hip___ _his._'_ 4L_ -ic ;S biocese earlier this year, speak Kennedy C.PP.S., Father Rob-
then rlus over St. Peter's toric Santa Fe archdiosese.Death Bishop in Puerto Rico. -: S ing at the area.wide gatheringsof Square for the same Intention. He was the first Bishop of Priests and Fishers. cis Walsh.
came on July 23, to the
Phila elphia.born prelate I n Ponce from 1923 to 1929 and "This Apostolate is one of Laymen who will head up

"These words," he said, "hadan St. Vincent's. Hospital here following Bishop of San Juan from prime concern," said Arch-1 the delegations to the summer
echo far than We 1929 until 19-13-
greater bishop Hurley. The
surgery. Requiem
could have thought, for the Mass was offered July 31, in From the early days of his _......c..--... ..'..._--h'-,,Jt"u'". .._'. Prior to his departure from Aliberti, St. Charles parish;
whole world welcomed themas 4 career, the Archbishop showed -- -. the Diocese last fall to attend Joseph Wheatley.. St. An-

a good omen of events 4J J great concern over social injustice r the second Vatican Council i drew; Ray Armstrong. St. Mary

which have in fact been real and civil liberties. w: .. ... the Archbishop emphasized :Magdalen; Gordon Neary, and

ized this week. Archbishop Byrne also demonstrated i UkI "that we must enlist'the efforts Mrs. Charles Vale, Good Shepherd -

"We welcome these events .[ a concern over morality of our Catholic men as Fishers ; Frank Cilento St. James;

j with the hope that they are j[ in public entertainment. In for souls if we are to succeed ;and Tom Snyder, St. John

really sincere and successful 1949, he attracted national at- in the task of conserving and Vianney.

A and that they may prepare the 1 tention by opposing public propagating the true Faith." Good Shepherd School Is located

\\ay for others, for the tranquility 1 bathing suit reviews during ti:: : The Fisher! program, he at 5902 Oleander Drive.

", order and peace of the 1 beauty contests and orderingthat : has said, is basically to tell Oleander Is two blocks southof

world 1i ( 1 the sacraments be denied friends and neighbors-even the junction of East High-

At the end of the audiencethe % Catholics who take part in 'f"', _as one goes about In daily way 50 and Lake Barton Road,
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Pope told the several 1 them. Orlando.
work-about the pricelessgift
ORLANDO MEN STUDY CCD FISHER PROGRAMMen
thousand attending "We will He called such public exhibitions of Faith.
ask a special gift of Christ the S. 1 1S 1V "indecent exposures of from St. John parish, Orlando, study the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine FatherYells announced this Schedule Listed

Lord for you, as the fruit and ]human bodies, the temples of Fisher program in preparation of an inter-parish training session. From the left are, week that all phases of CCD

memory of this audience: that 4 God, and occasions of sin to Thomas Snyder, William Guineau, Donald McLaren, and John Palowitch. work will be covered in the For CCD CoursesThe
He give you a living sincere S ,wicked men." .
a
sessions.
topics for the summer CCD training courses
and profound faith the faithof The Archbishop also acted Overthrow or Vietnam State Found Monsignor Jordan, who will listed below will be conducted -
St. Peter near whose tomb 4 against what he considered indecent -
host the Central Floridians at Good Shepherd School
we are gathered." motion pictures. He taking the course headed a commencing on Saturday,

Those present included a 1 told Catholics not to attend a Purpose Behind Buddhist Agitation meeting of his Good Shepherd August 17.1'lrml'ntary.
delegation of American
Boy ]local theater in 1960 because parishioners on July 25 in : Level

Scouts on their way to the international j it had a policy of showing The author of the following: analysis of the motivations underlying the current Buddhist conflict with the preparation for the area-wide Teacher Training Course
Jamboree in Greece, "grossly indecent motion pic Vietnamese government of Catholic President Xgo dinh Diem has spent almost two decades covering the news .
in the Far East. For the past two yearn he has maintained headquarters in Saigon Vietnam's capital and program. Fifteen consecutive nights,
members of the Catholic Alumni "
Archbishop Byrne 1
t tures. !kept a close eye on the complex' political currents arti\e in that commnnis>t-embattled republic. The renewal called for by August 17-31. 8 p.m. to
Clubs of New York, Phila- He lifted the ban after sitweeks By Father Patrick O'Connor
the Vatican Council, Monsignor .
the venerable Cathedral of St. 9:40: p.m.Secondary
delphia and Baltimore, mem- when the manager SAIGON Vietnam NC Buddhists for freedom" in South
Francis by Bishop Sidney M. ( )- agitating "religious Jordan has said includes the Level

Metzger of El Paso. agreed in writing to how Vietnam are really aiming at the overthrow of the government.That Fisher efforts in this Diocese. Teacher Training Course

Diocesan P r i e stEarns Auxiliary Bishop Stephen A. only films approved by the has been suspected for weeks by some observers, Vietnamese and foreign. In many sections throughout Fifteen consecutive nights,

Doctoral Leven of San Antonio, who National Legion of Decency. Now- according to sources close to the inner circles of Buddhist leaders, one can be the Diocese, the parish August 1731. 8 p.m. to
Born in Philadelphia on Priests have been success
preached the sermon in Eng- sure of"it. very 9:40: p.m.Executive.
August 9, 1891, the son of is conducted 'pitch since May 8, do not in- to enforce 'five demands" ful with the Confraternity of Board -
in RomeST. lish The agitation
in
Degree and said
Spanish, two ]
great virtues characterized the j Francis C. and Anna (Carroll) by the "inter-sect committee 1 tend to take up arms in open the first, of which concerns Christian Doctrine Program. Training Course

AUGUSTIXE Priest'life Archbishop: Byrne: -- ]j Byrne r, the"' future Bishopen.' :for the defense of Buddhisui! jlbeJlion.: They : claim, .thatthey 5ag.flyJnnnd# .to obtain, The rjnpjiasis ha.3_ _been Oil....," ._-Fiv consecutive nihts,
from the Diocese of St. Augustine 1 tered S.. Charles' Borromeo i' In this committee the General will ''struggle"' as Mahatma "religious freedom," the absence catechetical Instruction In August 17-21. 7 p.m. to

,has recently received his "First, his piety and in particular :Seminary, Overbrook, Pennsylvania Buddhist Association wields i ] Gandhi did, by "non-vio of which is not apparent. the fostering of religious discussion 8 p.m.Fisher .

doctoral degree, it has been an- his tender love for the at the age of 16. He most influence. (Many Viet- ]lence." But it looks as if they Ily now some of the club, and in arranging Training Course
here. Father BernardJ. Blessed Virgin Mary exemplified -was ordained on May 22, 1915, leader in .
nounced namese Buddhists:; stay aloof hope to produce a situation in are admitting Private inquiry classes.It Five consecutive nights,
McFadden received the Doctor in his consecration of the :j in Philadelphia.After from the association and from which somebody else will use that the real goal is political is through this catechetical August 22-26. 7 p.m. to

qf Letters degree in Rome Archdiocese of Santa Fe to the serving two years asa the other groups represented violence in their behalf. After : to topple the go\"eminent. training session that lay Cath- 8 p.m.Helper .

after post graduate studies Immaculate Heart of Mary on ;j Navy chaplain in World WarI on the committee. Probably 1 that they seem to think, will olics in this area can increase Training Course

there. October 7, 1915, and his atten- he became secretary to Bishop many of the rank and file who |come the downfall of President No matter what concessionsthe their apostolic zeal, Monsignor Five consecutive nights,

Father McFadden .was ordained tive care to the restoration of I, James P. McCloskey of Jaroin follow the committee's leader-Ngo dinh Diem and his government government may make, the Jordan said, by spreading the August 2731. 7 p.m. to

on :May 26; 1956; at the the Chapel of La Conquista-j the Philippines. He remained ship do not realize what the ] leaders of the inter-sect comOVKKTIIKOW word of God to others. 8 p.m.Mother.

r ,.,_ .... Pontifical College -dora and secondly, his" labor :there until named Bishop of ultimate aim of the present Ostensibly the agitation is Page 8 The Priests' Committee for
for the welfare of souls, Bish- :;Ponce, in 1925. -..
jJ- mum Joseph-inWorthington op Leven detailed. He was consecrated in Phila- agitation The Buddhists is.) involved in \- ---i ::: = IILJ

'. Before he became spiritual I i delphia's Cathedral of Sts. -
I this agitation, kept at fever U ___ -- -
\. Ohio. Born in leader of the 113-year-old arch Peter and Paul on November -- -

: Sharon, Pennsylvania diocese's 300,000 Catholics, ,;30 1923 in a ceremony at tL ---- _
: he about half of the population, which the'late Bishop Edmond New Bishops = rTI ii IIIJim :

was ordained a he spent five years in the FitzMaurice 0 f Wilmington =
j ---
: Priest of the Philippines and 18 years as a also was consecrated. _
Named ForU.
j Diocese by the -S
then Archbish.

Fr. 31..Faddn op, now Am- Earthquake Victims Aided S. SeesWASHINGTON
leto Giovanni Cardinal Cicog-

nan!. Father McFadden studiedfor (NO-Pope

his masters degree in education By Catholic Relief SocietyNEW Paul VI has made the follow

at the Catholic University ing appointments in the hierarchy -

of America in Washington of the United States:
YORK (NC-Catholic Relief ServicesNationalCatholic
D.C., prior to his ordina Auxiliary Bishop Francis J.
Welfare Conference acting immediately reports -
upon
Furey of Philadelphia becomes
tion.A member of the diocesan of a "catastrophic" earthquake in Yugoslavia, has coadjutor Bishop with right of 1\r I \ .; _
- -
sent $5000 to aid victims and offered more help if needed. succession Charles PROGRAM
Information Bureau and the to Bishop GOOD SHEPHERD PARISHIONERS ORGANIZE FOR CCD
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Catholic Historical Society, The United States Catholic lavia, said as many as 1000 F. Buddy of San Diego, Cali- Members of Good Shepherd parish in Orlando, met is pictured explaining the role of the layman throughlast

Father McFadden was a notaryof overseas relief agency, which people had been killed in the fornia. week to organize a parish-wide canvas to stimulate the Confraternity of Christine Doctrine and the Fisher I

the Diocese before he beganhis was expelled from Yugoslaviain earthquake. Monsignor Jerome J. Hast- participation in CCD work. Monsignor Harold F. Jordan program.
graduate studies in Talla rich vicar general of the di-
1947 by the communist regime Property damage was reported -
hassee. He received the M.A. ocese of Madison, becomes
degree in English at Florida dispatched first $1000 NCWC widespread.spokesman The said CRS the- titular Bishop of Gurza and Pontiff Says Learning Action Of of Priest Dies

State University there. and later an additional $4000to auxiliary to Bishop William P. ROCHESTER, Xew York-
had been in
New York office
Father McFadden also assist- Monsignor Alfredo Bottizer, O'Connor of IadisonViseon- Mrs. Winifred Sager Dryer

ed in the spiritual direction of head of the CRS-NCWC officein direct Monsignor telephone Bottizer contact, who with reported sin. Grace Helps Give Good ExampleVATICAN died here on July 27. HerM

students at both FSU and Flor- Trieste, Italy, to aid victimsof Bishop Furey was named >n, Father Nell .\. Sager:
that a major need in
ida A.and:\1. Catholic student a huge quake in Skoplje. auxiliary to the late John Car- was the celebrant of a Solemn
Skoplje was for preventive CITY (NC-An awareness of the action of grace is a necessity for
while in the state Preliminary reports from dinal O'Hara C.s.c., then Arch- Requiem Mass at the
centers capital. medicines ;..... vaccines, water Catholics who want to give a good example of their Faith in society, Pope Paul VI has
Skolpje, in southern Yugo- bishop of Philadelphia in 1960, funeral .July 31, In Rochester.,
purification tablets, and so on and was renamed auxiliary to stated.: He spoke at a special audience granted on July 30 to diocesan presidents of the Father Irvine Nugent, chancellor

,a -to lessen the danger of an 1 Archbishop John J. Krol, Cardinal Italian---- Catholic- Action or- .__*__ ..._ _. .1__ I"LI. ___ _u11_,.._ i_._ *,u __* i of the Diocese: of St.
epidemic breaking out. irriur me ui me: '-IIUI-I:", inu U\tcuuw tutu -ual. C4LCUIal
It t I O'Hara's successor, the ganization.The not only its exterior life. lie charity which we call the apos- Augustine: represented the
; t The spokesman said Monsi- following year. Pope's talk was taken continued: tolate. Diocese!! at the )Ia"s., which

iL gnor medicines Bottizer in Trieste was buying and Milan such 1 1 Born in Summit Hill Pennsylvania from the theme of their Rome ''Those who devote them- The Pope said that "t h e was celebrated In St. Andrew
in 1905 Bishop Furey meeting, "Living Grace." He Church, Rochester.
for immediate shipment to the selves to the practical activityof mystery of grdt'e" has its
Charles Borromeo
; attended St. said: Father Sager vice-chancel
stricken city. In addition, CRS Seminary in Overbrook and The question off((the super- bearing witness to their primacy in the *"humble and lor of the Diocese, was the
I- Catholic Faith have more thananyone
NCWC is flying 600,000 mul- the Pontifical Roman Semin- natural life of Christians is nota pious practice of prajer. In only child of 'Ir,... Beer and

\\ tiple vitamin tablets to Skopljeand ; ary. He was ordained in Rome doctrine hich can be ignored', duty to else foster, the in need themselvesthe and the the liturgy and in sacramental the late Mr. David A. Sager.;

is holding in reserve 75 on March 15, 1930, and took or considered to be of second- life."
tons of clothing for shipment doctorates in philosophy and in the knowledge reality and
religious
-7_ there if needed. importance awareness of the living and It is essential that Catholics Pope Praises
theology there.Bishopelect plan .
contact with Christ
personal
the need of
should recognize:
The Bishops.of Yugoslaviahave Hastrich was "It is fundamental, as everyone Congress Work
_ -_ through grace so that they may the life of grace especially today
.ajc: "IIi organized a relief committee born in Milwaukee November knows and it constitutesthe experience within themselves the Pontiff emphasized.But VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope

n : which, with government 13, 1914. He ,attended St. An- profound, original and essential -and show others that their he warned .his listeners Paul VI sent a message of en-
v and Holy Ghost schoolsin nucleus of the
thony religious
couragement to the Interdioc-
authorization, is coordinating Faith is not a conventional display -that "though supernatural life
Milwaukee, Marquette University relations which Christ estab-
esan Congress on Priestly Vocations
Catholic relief ef of given forms of thought, corrects: informs and sanctifiesnatural
and St. Francis Seminary lished with the human beings
in Tunja, Colombia:
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4 11- customs and rites, but is a life it does not forget
forts. Milwaukee. He was or- who wished to follow Him and "We wish to encourage all in
$' vital principle which gives absolute natural life does it destroyit.
; -dV At the CRS-NCWC head- dained at St. Francis Seminary wished to be bound to Him not sincerity to their reli- nor their efforts to promote

quarters here it was said Monsignor on February 9, 1941 by aux- merely through simple fidelitybut S through prayer, publicity and
----- -- -- gious profession, he con
POPE PAUL GREETS ITALIAN PRESIDENTThe Bottizer had been instructed ., iliary Bishop William Griffin also through vital com tinued. Indeed, it perfects and de generosity the blossoming and
to report 0 n what, of La Crosse. He made post- munion." ,'elopsit., drawing from the development of many vocationsfor
visit of Italian President Antonio Segni to the "The life of should
further aid could usefully be ordination studies at the Catholic He reminded his listeners grace depths of human life inert and the service of the altar,
Holy See was the fifth by a head of state during the first dispatched to the stricken area., University of America here, that they bad already been show itself in personal convic- buried abilities, giving to the the spread of evangelical truth

month's'reign of Pope Paul VI. After an elaborate cer The prelate had reported almost specializing in the work of the told] that the ecumenical tion and be an intimate sourceof sound principles which supportit and the ministration to men of

emonial protocol, he was received in private by the Pope total destruction- of f Confraternity of Christian Doc council is a call to a more attentive active goodness and joy, of new vigor and splendor," the the treasure of redemption and

for 35 minutes. churches in Skoplje. trine. knowledge. of the in- an interior exuberance which Pope declared. grace." -
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New Deanery Chairmen ST. PETERSBURG
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Tinman's Flowers Ormond BeachST. Antonio >. ,.' Catholic Cornea lists chairmen for UIIS.... Clip and are this Jlat.

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? Bonded Florist! BRENDANThe HOLY NAME ACADEMY Catholic Charities ][Publicity and Public RelationsMrs. /j333

Telegraph Delivery Catholic Youth group o f Miss Barbara Hutchison, >. and Foreign Relief Furman Medlin

3931 Central Ave. 862-3661 St. Brendan parish has electe(I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Miss Ella Schramm 8041 Shepard St. I

the following officers: ert Hutchison cf San Antonio, 2101 First St. Sarasota St. Petersburg

Bob Gill, president; Caro,1 has been named winner of the Sarasota ]Reports 4645 9th Street, North

Edouard C. Craig Sullivan, ,vice-president; Joai 1 annual Farm Bureau Scholarship Civic Participation Mrs. Thomas Edmonds

Contractor and Distributor Trevitchik, secretary; Carol. *e for $1000. and LegislationMiss 1456 Crest Dr.

for VanWicklen, treasurer; a n(I The scholarship Is awarded : Mabel Haggarty Englewood PATROXI'/K THESEADVERTISERS

Vikon Metal, Ceramic David Haskins, sergeantatarms. :- on the basis of sincere desirefor 1445 N. Tamiami Trail, .
]ResolutionsMrs.
and Mosaic Tiles a college education, scholas- Apt. 3F WHO SUPPORT
Margaret Cox
The officers will hold I ;i tic in high school SarasotaCivil
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average par-
917-94th St. So
347-4101 Palmetto YOUK C.TIIOI.ICPER
meeting on August 11 at 8 l
p.m I. ticipation in extra-curricular Defense .
with the parents of the group. activities, and reputation in thee Mrs. Helen Vertick. speaker's Bureau

Members of St. Catherim community. ST. PAUL PARENTS' AUXILIARY INSTALLS R.R.2 '.. Mrs. Edgar DuPont

: Circle will sponsor a bake sal il
in the Social hall on Sunday', been a student for four yearsat Jfew officers of St. Paul Parents' Auxiliary have:been BradentonSpiritual 51A

August 4, after all the Masses.4- Holy..Name. Academy,'plans installed recently in Jacksonville. Pictured above, from With Conftcrnity.-on Cooperating:':.: : Development %
4 the 'left, are Father Patrick L. Cullen, :Mrs.. Lewis F.
fto enter Nazareth
College .
St. j i
'ChriMiiafDoctrinftX-:
{ FLORIST-GREENHOUSES Petersburg : ..4.Of; : : and Retreats
200 Lnkrtlew Are. So. *. Louisville, 'In'the 'fall' to begina Foushee, treasurer; Mrs. T. P. McLaughlin Jr., presi- Mrs. Angelo-MinichclloBox Mrs. C. H. Heubergcr INTEREST
WE WIRE FLOWERS CD A. dent and Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan V.F.
four for B.S. ;
year course a pastorat
8G7-213G The Catholic 1836Holmes 4115 :26th? St., W.
: Daughters o.f degree in nursing. St. Paul's.
ST. PETERSBURGENJOY ; Beach Bradenton
I America, Court St. Ann 164! -- CATHOLICChurchHospital

will sponsor a beat ride Sal;/: The New Apostles Constitution and By Laws 1'outh and Vacation Camps

AUTOMATIC urday, August 21 at 10 p.m. 01 n -01' anlzation and Mrs. Roger Mashke

the Ranger 3. The boat wil] Development 1965 Georgia Ave.
IIIF r.i vii : Priest Gives Boys Needed 'Haven'o
lc.eep-riiiea leave from the Vinoy Basir L Mrs. Karl Bruning Englewood. School

DELIVERYPhone Tickets are on sale for $1.5 1154 Idelwild Ct.

and may be obtained by callinj? By Glenn D. Kittler Rt. 2, Box 54 B BONDS

: 3449512. Priest was hurrying along a downtown street in Louisville when he noticed the Sarasota
St. Pete 898-1111 THE - - -
1 face coming towards him. a face now'frowniner in deep thought. He stepped. Family Life and Parent Jackson's ShoesLadies'
Clearwater
446.8314 CO.
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WINTER
MUMFORD DANIEL T.
in front of the young rn a nand du'ation-Traffic & Men'sClinic
RefrUrratlon Air Conditioning and when his father died in and good-citizenship in Louisville 403 norMa Theatre Ilulldlnr
said "Hi Tom. How'reyou Safety
Heat Pomp Serieo : 1942 the 11 children decided Miller St. IVt'reburc I, FU. I'h. 86I-OIS1

Good 928-Vrd th. !St.Appliances southrhonrn doing?" that they should erect a living "We always have a waitinglist 2448 Mrs. Foster Anthony Lane Banks Vitality Weyenberg NAME" ........................
The young man glanced up memorial of some sort to honor Father said "but
OLDEST and LARGESTIN at the tall Priest. "Not so hot, recently, Sarasota Cushioned Bellaires .\nnRISS ....................
PINELLAS Day "9-8m Mt" 8:8-311 him and to express their gratitude most of the time the boy can't

Father." for the good lives he had wait." Historian 641 Central Ave. 862.1355 CiTy. ST\TK. ...
The Priest nodded under :Mrs. Edward Spearing r.r
for them. Now
in
provided Louisville can be grateful
standing. "Let's have a cup of 1950, Father Maloney had an that Father Maloney hasn't 2638 Webber PL
Cost Free Check. coffee." Sarasota
_ idea to propose. waited, either. TERMITES SWARMING ? ?
Homo and School AssociationMrs. I
Over coffee Tom
explainedhis
ing Accounts hardship: he'd had a good "Dad gave us a good home," VeniceEPIPHANY John Parker 1OK .\N HONEST HK\li t.\I>k O*>KIFAVIj ; /*

job lined up, until the boss he told his family "and that is 1305 20th St., W.Bradenton .

ruiiivik. Available discovered he had been an Inmate why we all worked out all Miss Tona Ozurovich was ((9'fteal} Wel'ile & ffJesl @ nl,. l
right. There are lot of kids in
.,..
in a detention home elected captain of the gray International and Inter
this town who need )'rf'.I l lrntSERVING
a good O. rilll.I.IPS <
Be where Father was the chaplain."I ladies of Epiphany parish ata American Relations FINKLLAS COl'VTr OVER 25 TPVRS
Accounts May I
home, and I think Dad would
was there because I had no recent meeting. Mrs. Norman Foreign Students I flU airfield Av*. ,".o. St. 1'etembarr Telephone net-tit
Opened By MailTHENATIONALBANK want us to provide it for them." I
family," Tom said, "but this Plattner, former captain, resigned Miss Ellen Bresnahan

guy thinks I was some sort of With the approval of Arch from office followingtwo 21 Garden Rd. .

bishop John A. Floersch, the of service. South Venice
teen-age thug. :years

.( OF ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA Father James C. Maloney, of Maloney family purchased 20 Mrs. R. D. Peterson was appointed Library and Literature Fowler &. Payor, Inc.
the Louisville archdiocese acres in the southeast cornerof co-chairman Mrs. .\postulate of Public
1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH had as ; -
Member F.D.I.C. heard the story before. the city on which was builta James Shannon, treasurer- Opinion General Insurance

GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK Scores of youngsters with family-type house to accommodate sick committee chairman; and Mrs. Dorrie Yerkes

the same innocent background 20 boys who had no Mrs. John Detchemendy, pub- 418 Valencia Rd. 121 Ninth Street, North 896.8131 St. Petersburg
homes of their own. ,
were facing the same licity. Venice

bleak future. Father Maloney was made I

0 For Clubs Only 20 per cent of the boysat director of what became Father John A. O'Brien Eugene Mueller's

the institution had expe- known as Boys Haven, andit
.
For Holy Name rienced scrapes with the law, proved to be precisely that.Boys' Cameo Dining Room

4 .z Breakfast but all of them were markedas Haven pioneered in College Students' Example Excellent

: employment risks becauseof the field of similar establish- Superb *tcrtle.EDWARD.

,,. .:. For Church where circumstances forced ments. Instead of being isolated Brings Classmate into Fold JAMES HOTEL

Gatherings them to live. out in the country, it was in Delicious Charcoal Seafood Chops and

"I'll see what I can do for town, where the boys could dinner ChickenDelielooc
you want to share your Faith with a non-Catholic Thare**! .adI.FERHMAV.rUB.
you, Tom, Father offered, but lead normal teen-age lives. DON'T ..
can . ? There are two that Broiled Steaks KKI> SEIL. 11.
inexpensive paperbacks
% he realized he had others be- They were encouraged to seek 11750 Gulf Bhd.-Trfasure Island 361-8261
sides Tom to consider. There personal friends in the neighborhood will help you do this: "Winning Converts," wherein experts

terDONUT would always be Toms unless ; to obtain after school give you many valuable tips, and "Why I Became a Catholic .

something was done about and summer jobs in the community ," wherein 12 converts tell how the Catholic religion r ....---..

them.A thus earning their own enabled them to solve their religious problems and brought -,
or Just drop in anytime native Louisville Father .'h ..... "" ...... ......1 1.........:......._ .
Pasadena Ave., 341-7041 34th St., 8984343AMERICAN of way; they attended local "UI"UI 1JaI.c cum uallUICSS.: : long talks. A devout Catholic, : :
came from a large family, schools-public or parochial, Both are published on a non-
Georgiana kindled interestin
depending upon their religion, commercial basis by the University my
the Catholic Faith and I be-
NATIONAL BANK and they went to local of Notre Dame Press,
gan to look into it.
churches. at 35 and 25 cents respectively.

Of South Pasadena _Rp.irt____ thp_n_ _first____ My interest was further
There were problems, to be :
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and. I
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: : : : "hen I began to date a senior,
\ experience in real family living keep several : Commerciahelpsyou
BOY'S1'AVEI John T. Canty. John had been

FINANCING & REFINANCING and they reacted to it suspiciously second copies of in the circulation in the Dominican House of make'the most of your money

distrusting patience, ; Studies for three years, study Ktgultr tinting fiovrtt
love and interest, sometimeseven among ing for the Priesthood. til 39 Hoirtif,,,/..,,,,fml1 f<*lt FrUif t*.,,l"1

_ _ __ __ I .'-; running away from it. your churchless J''iw'II When he discovered that he 'fninififiip you cut bank ont*

Others were used to the young friends. wasn't called to the
Wpnth religiouslife
eludes AB dof* other By so doing,
bullies who ruled institutions -
he entered the .
university.His
will fulfill
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parents who could well expressedby it on the campus as faithfullyas 7780$..'../.,,,1. K"*M". IM M....'fdie.1"tli''.r"ct '.r,,,."".
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raise their neverthelesstried
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when he was in the sentinary. .
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of the Faith. But many
gift every
disrupting Father's own guid. points of the Catholic Faith
in to its value
ance. gift proportion and practice. PARISH PHARMACY GUIDEGULFPORT
demands gratitude towards the
\ ''T LIVE SAFELY Thus keeping the peace at donor. Fortunately Father James F.

Boys' Haven was a bigger job Fisher C.S.P., was starting an IPTIONSI
"X the of faith is so
ow gift
DRIVE SAFELY for Father Maloney than keep- Inquiry Class at the Newman
the
that
ing the place running. He knew priceless only proportionate Center and I decided to attend.It .
( 'J Consult this before tankful of of -
JSv. directory your next St. John'sCOMPLIMENTS means gratitude
he could turn to local businessmen was an ideal set-up: I was
gas or needed repairs. You'll be glad did. in our power is to pass
you when he needed funds, not asked to commit myself in
the Faith v\e have receivedto
but when he needed Insight advance and was free to discontinue -
I STANDARD others. Then our thanks
and understanding he could at any time.
ST. JUDE'S10tAUTO OIL offering is adequate: faith
turn only to himself and his The lectures brought out the
for faith divine gift for diIne -
OF memories of his own youth in divine foundation of the Catholic -
,' "
a happy home. gift. Church and its authorization -

REPAIR ? EARL COX His motto became: "A boy This is illustrated In the conversion by Christ to teach all na

NORTHWEST ST. PETERSIURG Standard Station has to belong to 80mtbod)." of Phyllis Lockwoodof tions. 'Make disciples of all your Doctors prescriptions

On this basis, he approachedeach Los Gatos, California, who nations,' He said to the Apostles will be filled promptly at I

cGS tYRONE 5 7475 Gulf Blvd. boy, using love to fight tells us: and He assured them, 'Be these
parish pharmacies.
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/ which the boys adopted as their Episcopalian, but when I was ( 28:18-20)).

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Corner 1 I f I Catholic Book- ReviewsInteresting -- _




OUR next Spring convention site has been chosen and Guide I Shows

the dates-May 11, 12, and 13, 1964, in Sarasota _

Beach. Monsignor Charles Elslander V.F., pastor of St. : Places to Visit in Eurooe _

Martha Church will be the host pastor. The conventionheadauarters I-

will be the Azure Tides and The Three A GUIDE TO CHRISTIAN acquire a "going home to
--- ----- ----- ---- --- - -
Crowns Motel-Hotel. EUROPE by C. J. McNaspy Europe" attitude which will

It Is a lovely vacation spot, to our children, the strongerwe ''x % (t yi S.J. 256 pages, line drawing enrich his trip by putting our

I( and we hope that all of you grow, and stronger they W p ii endpaper maps. Hawthorn cultural heritage in proper
As worker should be
will start a convention fund become. a Books. $3.95.Written perspective.In .
I( given his just wages so too our Americans chatty and
right now, so that you may be .. ,. for plan a conversational -
able to join us spiritual life should be alloted f.l--: l"-- : ning an inspiring" trip abroad, manner aimed at interesting .
all its necessary attention, so that the arm-chair enthusiastas
Chrbtian
next year. .. A Guide to Europe
The wholeSouthwest we may live. Stay close to God ; l' ", .t '. offers a sightseeing guide to well as the authentic traveler .

by prayer, and close to His . the important cultural and Father McNaspy explainsthe

Coast Deanery church by taking an active part ..' '-. spiritual monuments inVest- historical and religious significance -
will b e host. in the various organizations.The : ern Europe.In of the various pointsof

esses; along committee on Spiritual Development making his selection of interest. Suggestions are

with St. Mar. and Retreats is a places which the visitor "must"see frequently given for additional

tha's. These affiliations combination of both these." Father McNaspy has taken sites to visit by the traveler not

are: Mrs. Louis DeMarkis, 0 f economy and time limitationinto handicapped by shortage of

St. Joseph's Rockledge, chairman of the -- consideration. He discourages -
.
:.... time.TIlE
Guild, Braden. .Mri. seho i> rt Committee 0 n Cooperatingwith ti:., :. .. .. __. i "cultural gluttony" FAITH AND CHRISTIAN
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( ton; St. Bernard's Guild, the Confraternity of because in "trying ravenouslyto LIVING. A Four Volume
Holmes Beach; St. Raphael's Christian Doctrine, is planning CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA AT INSTALLATION IN ST. AUGUSTINE devour every delight, one Religion Program by

Guild, Englewood; Holy Cross something new. She will havea Recently elected officers of Catholic Daughters of in St Augustine; Mrs. Frank Scheidell, installing officer; risks enjoying nothing." Father Leo J. Trese and Father -

Guild, Palmetto; St. Anne's Al- newsletter this year, for the America, Court St. Augustine No. 23, are from the left, Mrs. Charles Colee, Miss Mary Usina, Father Michael His selections are based on John J. Castelot S.S.

tar Society, Apollo Beach; members of her committee. A Mrs. Leroy Thompson, Mrs. Ernest Bennett, :Mrs. :Mat- Doherty, Mrs. Joseph Sequeria, Miss Glennie Lopez, what he witnessed personallyin Fides Publishers, Inc. $1.25

Ave Maria Guild, Sarasota; lot of time and effort has gone thew Bezek, Mrs. Frank Pamies, Mrs. Aguiar Reyes, Mrs. Janet Boska, Mrs. W. Wallace, and :Mrs. Jose- many visits and what he per volume.In .

Queen of Martyrs Guild, Sarasota into the preparation of these Monsignor John P. Burns, pastor of Cathedral parish phine Carrigilo. has studied in preparation for this "Dome" paperback

; St. Martha's Guild, Sara- papers, and I hope that all of ----- courses in European history, religion program two stellar

sota; Epiphany Guild, NokomisAn the presidents will make use music and art which he has columnists regularly appearingin

organization meeting of some of the material. Coming Pontiff Acclaims Ancient Modern taught for more than a decade. THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC

was held last month and the Because so many different The book was written in response combine talents to convey

following women were people must handle the to many requests by meaningful guides for what Is

chosen to work on the com different steps to complete the Events Contributions of CzechoslovaksVATICAN people who heard him lectureon today one of the most pertinentof

mittees: preparation of these programs, Till. roluma li.t. future b.tit. ...- European culture. parish activities.
Sis Lacher, general chairman; it will be September before ., tperiftl meetings and eventif I CITY (NC)-Pope Paul VI has praised the Czechoslovak people for Following a brief Introductory Father Trese and Father
than local Interest.
they will reach you. more \d-I their contributions in art and work in section In which he Castelot designed this series
Agnes Ockelmann, co.chair vance notice of regular to "progress thought, the middle ages and in
man; Mary Schauble, treasurer; Targets for child safety, will b. milted. j I the modern times." He made the statement this week at a special audience which included discusses the preparation for especially for high school.

-' Phyllis Bender, registration.Anne home safety, traffic safety, fire Parish Festival, August: 16 members of a pilgrimage organized by the pastoral section of the Czechoslovak the trip, Father McXaspy proceeds and adult CCI classes, concert
instruction clubs
to the individual countries study
Tucker and safety, vacation safety, are and 17, Our Lady of Lourdes, Christian Academy in -Rome
Margaret being published by the wom of their piiitual and eternal At the end of the audiencethe and reviews the mean and personal! supplementary
Mrs. Don MelbourneVoitien's; Club, The had been .
Grigg, publicity; pilgrimage organized '."
en's department of the National df' tin) pilgrims spontaneouslysang ingful attractions in each. reading.
Sass, page; Betty Cooke, transportation sponsor. in response to an in. Each volume contains
Safety Council. Pope Paul's discourse was the traditional hymn of Among the numerous places prepared
; Marion Rademacher, Orlando, classes to train vitation expressed by the late< repeated afterwards in Ger- Czechoslovak Catholics, trans. visited are the Prado Museum discussion questions under -
arrangements Jen Taetz, decorations The address! Is 425 N. MichIgan men and women to teach Pope John XXIII in his Apostolic -
; man and in English. lated as "There Where the in Madrid, the Abbey of Saint. the titles:
Mary Frost, tickets Ave., Chicago 11. Use catechism, (;ood Shepherdpaiisb letter Magnifici Eventus,
; ; Paris the The Creed-Summary of the
The various groups of pilgrims Rock 'of Peter Rises, and the Denis near Royal
Kimba DiCrocco information pesticides with care, is the .August: 17-31 instruction the 11th of
; ; marking centenary
had come from different hymn in honor of Sts. Cyril Gallery in Brussels, the ruinsof Faith. (Volume I.)
May Hauenstein, exhibits; and topic of one of their publica- by Mission Helpers of the arrival of Sts. Cyril and
and the
Salvation History
parts of the world, particularlyfrom and Methodius, "The Lord Has England's Whitby Abbey,
Lucio entertainment.Our tions. the Sacred Heart from Haiti- Methodius in Great Moravia
Anne ,
famed Commandments. (Vclume II.)
Ireland's
Italy, France, Germany, Sent Us His Apostles. Trinity Collegein
Tacatlon time is com Beauty Hint: For clear eyes, more.Koat. part of presentday Czechoslo-
Great Britain and North Amer. Dublin, the Porta Nigra in The Sacraments and Prayer.
ing to an end, and many of try faithful care with that tried ride, August: 24, 7 to vakia. ica. Trier, Germany, and Rome's (Volume III.)

onr women have been preparing and true protective preparation 10 p.m., Yinoy Basin, St. Speaking in French, Pope< Spanish Laymen Borghese Gardens.He Guide to Christian Living.
during the summer modesty."A Petersburg; Court St. Ann, Paul referred to his audience Groups of pilgrims were led encourages each visitor to (Volume IV.)

months, for the coming sea bientot," Catholic Daughters of America as "a people particularly dearto by :Monsignor Josef Bezdicek, Told to Work For
vice rector of the Pontifical
AntoinetteMrs. ponsor. us.!

Our Diocesan chairmen have Joseph! Schocbert Catholic M-huoIs open, September "i.our presence reminds Nepomucene Planner of Prague College, Czechoslovakia ; Francis- True DemocracyMAimil SCHOOLS I
UN of IUMV much your country -
Diocesan PresidentWorthWI 3.
been working on their programs "
has done toward the ; Alois Morkovsky of : ) (XC) Catholic
for the coming year. progress of thought, art and Hallettsville, Texas and Abbot laymen should work to bring
Mr*. Joseph Yavornik of Mauro Verzich, president of SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN
work in the middle ages and about the genuine democracy
Tampa, Spiritual Developmentand lile Books 1 1eleased the Slav Benedictine Congregation. BEACH
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in modern times, he c o n- desired by the Church, the of- .
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This list of Catholic book r recently was prepared by
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Angelus." Cudahy, $3.93)). A discussion of icent traditions of which are total of 42 seminarians this I comment on the Vatican letter .

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look for the golden arches this audience! May it enter, 2 tablespoon all-purpoc flour der and flute.

your hearts and leave a mem, J 1 cup tealp0041anIlla melted butter or margarine For filling, beat eggs until COLLEGE

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I Catholic Comment Frank J. Sheed .. &. > .: -' .' Many Kinds of Thieves Slay Justice I



Is the virtue by Box of our diocesan newspaper.It There are many trays In
Saints' Lives Show Way'To JUSTICE
we render to every is not our purpose to discuss which we ran rob others of

person that to which he has a them here. happiness and thereby sin

I Achieve Eternal Virtues right. Conversely, injustice Is Neither shall we dwell hereon against justice.

Why Does God Turn 'Deaf Ear? the vice by that aspect of justice whichso Gossip is one very common
ffTPHE Catholic concentration on saints can only give which we deprive plagues our contemporary thief of happiness. If, by gossip -

1 totally wrong values. Saints stand for the refusalof a person, scene: racial justice. There already we whittle down a person's

life, whereas we should go out into I life and live it fully." against hisreasonable is enough being said and reputation and diminish the

MANY people wonder why things don't give us the grace to bear them. We may The objection is too large. We could skim its surface written on this subject to stir respect in which he Is held, we

for them in life. They consider feel less of a need for God if we are able :.. ., "W1r ftr .. ft rhtmlAf 1-.t ........... the conscience of It Is sin against justice as well as
AU a. M'JVi JL a. t..uul'n; JL uuu\.U }JCI.'I'; will.ofthattowhich anyone.
themselves good, practicing Cath- to take care of our own needs. Here we can 'but glance at it. An imme- he hasa not my present purpose to addto against charity. If, by sly digs

olics, they attend :Mass and receive Communion Ultimately, there is no salvation with- diate difficulty is that it has no relation right. Justiceis that body of admonition. I and insinuations we set neigh

regularly, they raise a nice family out the Cross. And the day in and day whatever to the facts. No one who knew one of the should prefer for the momentto bor against neighbor, we are

and yet they seem to live from crisis to out crosses we bear in the family and at much about saints could possibly frame four cardinal direct attention to the prac- as much a bandit as a man witha

crisis.It. work link us directly to the Cross. The virtues-one of tice of justice In a more gun.
such a statement. In our last column, we
followers of Christ J. those four '- a limited arena. If we go Into a sulk at home
is unfortunate but of us lead certainly don't stand noticed the variety of the saints. Thereis
many alone having to bear However "hinge"I vir- Physical, belongings! are nota and cast a spirit of gloom and
good lives because crosses. value that cannot be
precisely we are num- no quality men over the family, we arc
bered Christ has given real meaning to the day I_.._ ............__..__:_"-_ _.. :4. \.:_\.__.. :_1.___ person's most! precious IWSe: unease
among the less fortunate. We are 1UUI1U UUUUb saints iii its iiigiieaL miens: Father Leo J. Tresetues sessions' filching happiness from our

forced to pray out of sheer necessity for in, day out, difficulties of life. ity. But that is not how the average mind There may be abnormal In- own flesh and blood.

the things we need from day to day. The There are many who have tried to sees sanctity. The immediate image is of upon which all other dividuals who consider moneyto There are many other ways:

constant force present Christianity without the Cross. that's I fiddle and mouth moral virtues depend. Mostof In which we defraud
pressing problems us to one-"With a face as ong as a a be the highest good. too may

our knees.It There have been some religious sects that turns down at the Textbooks; of moral ,theology, us will agree, however, that people of their happiness.
which have fostered the idea that wealthis one's own within It, life here which ate studied by candidates happiness Is far preferable to Harsh and unfriendly criticism,
could well be that the merciful ends. life hereafter the life of Godas
very sign that numbered Priesthood give
a people are among for the wealth. Happiness is a com ridicule snubs, sharp answersto
But holiness Is not simply
God permits us to remain in our life of God's elect. the source and context and far more space to the consideration pound of many things-a feel- well-meant questions: all
refusal to sin still less refusalof
,
want and need to compel us to come to However, our Faith teaches us that we joy. For every man thereare goaL Living with all one'spowers of "Justice and Rights" ing of self-worth, a confidencethat these are, in varying degrees,

Him day after day. Many: of us, if we had cannot know Christ without His Cross and sins it costs him nothingto fully responding to the than to the treatment of any one is loved by some and assaults upon the happiness of

more money, would turn less to God. We we can not have the joys of Easter Sunday avoid. No one has a temperamental reality would of things be splendid thus indeed.fully other virtue. respected by many, content family acquaintances or fellow

might be turning more to psychiatristsand without the sorrows of Good Friday. aptitude for all seen, This Is! not surprising, ment with one's lot, peace of workers.

less to God if we could afford this Most, everyone is aware of the great possible sins: there is no virtuein But that is not what your alnce no other virtue gives mind-these are a few of the Mindful of the infinite com
objector means. He has no such Lord Jcsui
rise as passion of our
to questions
as ingredients.Now
danger of spoiling a child by giving him not knifing your enemy if many
care.We full vision of all that Is he sufff'r"e
does! the virtue of justice."Is here Is an oddity of towards all who ,
of blood makes
the
might very well try to buy our- everything that he wants; no doubt God sight you omits infinity and eternity and We have reason to be concernedIf
human behavior. readily
selves out of our everyday problems if we does not want to spoil His own children sick. Men of weak passionsfind the the the theft of $25.00 a
by of
the avoidance of many sins unseen, greater part mortal sin or a venial sin?" admit that we gladly would exchange we have! been an unjust
could afford it rather than asking God to giving them everything that they ask for. no problem at all-no problem reality therefore; and plans to "Am I obliged to restitution if our world possessions, aggressor against the right to

but no virtue either. live fully in the fragment he I have knowingly accepted a if faced with such an alternative happiness of any other per-

Is Immediately aware 0 f. So stolen article?" In order to obtain or preserve oon.

Father John J. Castelot direction For virtue of is! the nothing right that It is he, not the saint, whois "Is it a sin to cheat on my our happiness. (Many, The thief of money will havean

else.I The main energy: the guilty of refusing fullness of Income tax?" "What must I do in fact, do just that by embracing easier time of It, in judgment -

I saint is directing right energy is the life.The if a store makes a mistake in voluntary poverty.) than the thief of hap-
Bear whole of reality is there Yet who would not piness.
to
Courage Suffering SoughtIN energy of love-love of God my favor on my bill? we
and lore of men. for him to live in, but he shuts These and a thousand similar dream of stealing so much as We shall do well to pray that
his wind to it and chooses to will disturb no one ever may weep upon
the dime from ,
resolve about a anyone
order to understand psalm Anguish of body and the dark silent; I refrained from rash "Chastity without charity questions
live in the cellar. How is his or clench his fists
fully the happiness pillow
we must recall once again prospect of Imminent death. speech. But my grief was shall be chained in hell," wrote virtue of justice. Such questions or destroy
the cellar-life lived? And even others with scarcely a in mental pain because of any
best be left to one's of
the frame of mind of the Why? Why? Why? stirred up; how hot my heart William Langland. Chastity as can
the scaled-down possibilities of act or word of ours.
to the Question twinge of conscience.
ancient Hebrew. For him this within I from sexual confessor or
All around him are people grew m e; n my a mere abstaining
life there used to the full? By
life was the be- who couldn't care less about thoughts, a fire blazed forth.I activity, might be no more than

all and the God's will and they are living spoke out with my tongue absence of physical desire; some magnificently. But for John C. O'BrienPornography
most of those who use the
end-all. As a happy, carefree lives, healthy, ((2-4)). charity demands energy. The "living life fully" while ::1
phrase ,
result, he was welI-to-do, untroubled. Nothing Finally, at the end of his sinner thinks of the saint as
they may not actually mean as'Art'art
at timesviolently bothers them and a languid pallid in Ballyhooed
they are en. rope, he asks God for an ex person self-indulgence they certainly
perplexed joying the psalmist's discomfiture comparison with his own red-
planation.And include it.
by the I % Immensely. blooded self.Chesterton. the Post Office appearing In a publishIng slon or a pervert If their booksare
Inequity in view of his limited And the end result of self- ALTHOUGH
apparent sound ad. selLpublishers
He has been living gives obtained season Is astonishing to
a reproach recently -
view of things, who can blame indulgence in always servitude .
of life % vice who it that their
to them to any may see the when one considers hoft"Y argue
and
now conviction against
here him? After all, life is a precious to appetite, only the appetites a
earth.
on virtueis dictated
like that If think by public
look at him! : you publisher of a magazine devoted books of the past have received products are
He tried so possession, one 0 f God'schoicest langour; Just try it and see. strong, the person such an accolade.A acceptance that morals have
For to erotica
all his talk
of fidelity to gifts, one which the mastered by then
hard to live that frankness
up The saint needs more vitality declined and
novel
God and the resultant bless which he -' recently published
to God's law and expected to be Fifth Commandment orders us than the sinner, not less. Whenwe At this point the objector deviates and about sex is the order of the
ings where is he? Racked on had been send. dealing with sex
rewarded accordingly: with to protect at almost all costs. sin, we go with the streamof must either give up or leave day.
addicts has been
acclaimed -
a pallet of pain, screamingin ing through drug
health. prosperity and lengthof We may justifiably call onGod's Inclination; and it takes no the surface of his objection and book reviewers In their defense It may be
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agony, and not quite so sure the mails, efforts by many -
life especially. The afterlife help to preserve our life, particular energy to go with utter its reality. For the profoundest / admitted that the present
of himself as he used to be. to stem ,, and has quickly gone into
held nothing but terror for no matter how wretched it reason why he finds
may the stream. But to go againstIt the tide of libidinous .-- 1 its fifth large printing.The generation is too much concerned -
him, and he was, to say the Indeed, the psalmist himself be. you must be strong. You the saints repellent lies in their writIngs with sex. But the
who would ratherbe
least, in no hurry to learn by frankly admits that his courage Every day that dawns offersus might try to get your objectorto continuing awareness of the flowing critics, book publishers and the publishers

experience what It was really has waned, that his convictions an opportunity to atone for see at least this. other world; he feels it is the ) caught dead than" be con of some magazinesand

like.The about the connection between past sins, to offer our suffer On the outdoor platform I slightingthis world to have from nation's sidered "puritanical, go out of newspapers cannot

author of psalm 38 has goodness and gladness have ings in union with those of have found it one of the tough. your eyes fixed beyond it. houses publish their way to find literary meritin escape" a major share of the

been felled by a loathesome been put to a sore test. But for Christ and to look forward, est things to make people see But the saint never slights ing have failed. Nearly all restraints a pornographic book even blame for the current ob,u.

disease. He Is In danger of fear of giving comfort to the not to length of days here on -but, if you stick to it, you this world. Refusing to treat it book when it Is obvious that the sion.

being cut off in the prime of enemy, he has kept his mouth. earth, but to an eternity of cannot lose. A man mocks, for as what it is not, namely the been on nullified by publishershave a seriesof book was written only to the appeal How can the public be expected
life-and he Is bewildered.All shut: well-merited days In the eternity he in to the prurience of
instance, at virginity. Ask him ,lyhole of reality, serves it decisions by Federal and to sublimate its normal
these years of sacrificeand I said: "I will watch my ways, which He won for us by if he would have the strengthfor clear understanding of its state courts. Animated by their reading publIC.Publishers curiosity about sex when It Is
self-denial, during so as not to sin with tongue His equally mysterious suffer- of enticingly illus
years my ; it himself. Then get him to greatness-serves it actively if aversion to censorship, the bombarded daily with newspapers
which he gave up so much in I will set a curb on my mouth." ings in Gethsemane and 0 n consider just where strength that be his vocation, serves it courts have thrown down the trated pornographic paperbacksmake magazines and books

order to be faithful to the divine While the wicked man was Calvary, sufferings from which lies-not in himself certainly, by pleading Its cause before barriers to the publication of no pretense that they are exploiting adulteries and the

will. And now, what? before me, I kept dumb and He, too, begged deliverance. for there is no strength in being God if to contemplation God the tawdriest, cheapest, dirtiest advancing the cause of litera- activities of pimps, prostitutesand
has called him. ture. The very covers they put
unable to no.
say books possible. And very few perverts?
--- -- "Living life fully" Is a Without what the saints publishers have resisted the on the books are designed to The Watch and Ward Societyof

Father Michael V. Gannon phrase worth examining. have done for it, our world temptation to profit from the pander to the curiosity of the Boston may have shown excessive -

Obviously, we cannot live life would be unthinkably worse public's current obsession with prurient. :zeal in protecting the-
Mission of Nombre De Dioscluptens unless we see life fully- than it is. But to show probe
fully, your sex and perversion.In These publishers! are public from frankness aboutsex

life spiritual, life bodily, life In- man that. you must know the fact, the publishers seem ably the worst offenders; in printed works. The censoriousness -

tellectual, life emotional, the saints pretty well. St. Benedict with anotherto against decency for their of the society may
to be vying one
CjReat in life of man as a whole and might do for a start. see who can put the greatest books are the ones most have induced the reaction

number of dirty books on their available to tt" n.agt"rs. which prompted a jury to decide -

publishing list. At a recent Now and then a book is pub- that "Lady Chatterly's
1:1oi iba catholic' history
\
: Washington Letter booksellers' convention In the lished and becomes a best seller Lover" was suitable for general

nation's capital, virtually all of -'To Kill a Mockingbird"was circulation.But .

the publishers represented displayed one-In which an alleged the effect of that decision

Chapter 13: first to step ashore, and, fol. they (the Indians) should slay U.S. Study Shows Men Live luridly ballyhooed sex attempt at rape Is an Integral and others by appellate courts

FATHER Luis Cancer and lowing Father Cancer's: In. the monk before hearing whatwe books almost to the exclusionof part of the story line. But in has been to open the door to

E leaned over structlon, he climbed a tree were about. other types. novel after novel graphically license.
Work Fewer Years
the gunwhales of their ship, as to survey the surrounding "Reaching the beach, I fell Longer, The pretence: Is! made that detailed sex Incidents are writ- Excessive gratification of any

it lay at anchor on Florida's country. As he did so, fifteento on my knees and prayed for books in hard covers, though ten in with total irrelevance to appetite usually leads to satiate.

I West Coast near Tampa Bay, twenty Indians came out grace and divine help. I walkedup THE average American has an increasing life expectancy they exploit pornography for the plot. And It may be that the Amer.

and searched the coastline for of the woods and approached to the plain where I found a decreasing work life expectancy. That is, he is pornography's sake, have Author, It would seem, writeIn lcan people will become fed up

signs of Indians. Seeing none, them (the Indians) gathered, tending to live more years, but to work fewer years., high literary merit. The number the conviction that they with the current outpouring of
the shoreline
a Father Cancer decided tog 0 cautiously. and before reaching them re. Between 1900 and 1950. the of sex-thcmrd "works of must throw In a scene of pas- pornography.
ashore in small boat As soon as he saw the In as the desire for recognition
a landing peated my actions on the< life expectancy of a male childin
With him went Father de dians, Father Cancer gatheredup beach. this country increased 18 often go unheeded as they can.
Tolosa oblate named his habit into the not find satisfactory employ- Question BoxAttending
,
a Spanish sprang
.
"And rising from my kneesI years, or from 48 to 66 years.In
Fuentes Indian In. sea and ran ashore in waterup ment; the trend toward early
an woman the work life I
time
the
began to draw out of my same ,
Irreversible
his "and Our retirement seems ,,
named to cincture
terpreter Magdalena Parish
increased 10 Suggestedbetter
years
sleeves some articles of Fland. expectancy
the
and the pilot, Juan de Arana. Lord knows what haste I But in as does the growth of population own
ers, which, though of small or from 32 to 42 years. 65 of and
Father de Tolosa was the made," he wrote later, "lest years age
account and of little value to, the decade between 1950 and older.In. Q. Are Catholics obligedto enters the sanctuary, and ends no covering than something

Christians were much prizedby 1960 the male life expectancy the light of 1960 rondl.' when he leaves.A absurd.

TRANCE BUT them and highly appre-. rose only one year, while the tions, a male worker aged attend Sunday Mass at person is obliged to heat This should not b. inter-
TRUE male work life expectancy actually their own parish church?
cia ted. to that
preted mean a womanor
to live 50 ,
:o can expect years an entire Mass on Sunday.,
Little-Known Facts for Father Cancer explainedlater l decreased a half.year. and to work almost 43 years.; A. While Catholics are However, in order not to girl may deliberately ("with

By M. J.) MURRAY 1KI.MJ.WJStflilllNa :...... ...- ; "I had read In the Doc. To students of such matters, The average worker will to support their own parish commit a serious sin he has to malice aforethought") attend

tors, particularly in St. Thomas,,, this development of the last make six job changes in his they have no definite obliga- be present for the Offertory,, church services without a covering -

$'f'/f"fUZ d FJMNC1ISf Victoria, and Gaetano that it i is; decade indicates two things: working career. And, during tion to attend Sunday :Mass in Consecration and Communion.A for her head. Keep the

!cP'::$ piHI c'tHe we'OF" d A lRUWD.RCJtN DsrAJJI approved of and commended l One, that at man approach. those 43 years, he can expect their parish church. person who misses other law, if possible.

. to take to unbelievers I I rs the Biblical threescore and that there will be many Canon 467 of the Code of parts without a good reasonis

: little presents such as these." ten years his! gains Ic life changes in the economic and Canon Law states that "the guilty of a lesser sin.

He to describevhat expectancy become harder to industrial climate. For example -
on
admonishedto
1 goes faithful are to be So you can safely say that a
happened: Then they (the achieve, and, two, that the during the last 40 years attend frequently whereverit person who misses any part olMas4

:75 Indians) approach me, and work life span is dwindling the percentage of the workingforce is conveniently possible. on Sunday without a

: after I gi\e away part of because men are undergoing in farming dropped from their o\m parish churches..,arxd good reason is breaking the Cathaitcd

what I brought with me, I longer period of pre-work 30 per cent to less than 10 per to be present at divine servicesand precept.Q. .

V* go; to the friar (Father de training on the one hand, cent. Manufacturing employment hear the word of God."

S&mfrf irz4cEr Tolosa) who was coming and are retiring at an earlier rose to a peak and beganto This canon is commonly In- If a woman happens to .... .*.!? Friday
be without head 1can't
covering
7H toward me, and embrace him age on the other. decline as a percentage of FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. lac.
recommendation -
terpreted as a strong
i; : &4 1tJ&IHCD A 71lEAnSElJESCRl with much joy. These and many other Interesting total employment. Employmentin see why she couldn'tenter P.O. BeE 3331 GArdra S-14S
. /NIl TMF C1 MBBUfStLS rather than a strict Catholic church to ISt East rUaUI UrU
: : iff / 3tANGLO \\ both kneel down will a facts are brought out mining dropped from more command and therefore would any OrlaaiU. rUrid JUtS
; visit
the Spaniard (Fuentes) an I in a United States department than one million workers to engender no obligation under make a Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada
4, S 4.ttO
-----.1 the Indian and draw. report on less than 700,000. A. Neither can I. pu year; other countrl.ali.OO.
SOON ATTt : woman, of labor manpower the pain of sin, as far as the .
:bgTwG niC I ing out my book we recite th< the "Length Working Life And, the labor department place is concerned.Q. The interpretation of the The Florida Catholic Is a member
-SAXOMKNO \ -il- litanies, commending ourselve;:;i for Males, 1900m"!) thinks the tempo of change positive law can and does of the Catholic Pre*> Association
and the
National Catholic Welfare
CTHELBERTATTHf END CF : to Our Lord and to His Saints. As some of the implications may accelerate in the upcoming How much of the Mass often, vary according to circumstances Conference News Serrice. Bognerand

we 6' Ccsiu I "Some Indians kneeled oth. of the decline in work life expectancy 40 years. do you have to attend on and customs. This llarthi. publithers representa. J Jth
STUGUTh4E f ZVMc lists these The American work force Is has been the for the law e. Entered as second das mall ,
ers squatted, which greatly r the report Sunday? case May 1. I9 i:;>. at Orlando. Florida
cANTFRBURY f1ifwc1aRuD $\ pleased me. and as they rise J I points retirement is becoming expected to Increase dramatically on women's head-covering I n under the Act of March 3. 1171.
) ftrmf tW4 of choice as social in the next several yearsas A. It's my recollection that church.
said
half
(I Mfl CAP71SH OF : -- leave the litanies anc I more a matter
10.000Supjrcrs. sit down with them in a hut. security and other retirement record numbers of young the precept says that we are to Scandal should not be given;

iw THC A.RjtR. And I shortly learned the loca. benefits Increase in people reach labor force age. hear Mass on Sundays and but in my judgment in our Father Vlar.nt E. Smith j

'S4LE. tion of the harbor we w e researching amount and scope; the working "Providing useful employment .. holy days of obligation. I don't civilization, a girl or woman Executive Editor '
Editors )Ii.. J&.. Qala.
of for and old who remember reading anything should rather visit church :
for, which was aboul t abilities and experience young a 3lark A. Hrllwlz
LACKS PAlnR I.N are wish to work will continue to about hearing a part of the bareheaded than not visit. The .
a day and a half distance fron 1 the older retired persons *.ph .\. Retlvr
OLD HAHCFOfi THE IOARVfEVOTOII. :
I .7HnABORATr 't!: there by land." not being utilized; the wishes be one of our major manpower Mass. use of gloves or paper kerchiefs Adtertlainr Manager

MOp.cur toRATED A < (Nest week: and needs of older persons problems on an absurdityand 2 1963
Friday August
/ e r/ .tbiATh' JtlrDlTATIONr. ,
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COLLEGE PARK Holy Ghost Fathers Mark --


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2120 Orlando Edgewater-GA 3.5771 NAIROBI, Kenya (NC) The Holy Ghost Fathers :s .. }, J ..HmleA.. ... ..-- -Ste.n- -,.., WINTER PARKPeace
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marked the centenary of their arrival in East Africa with

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The Holy Family cathedral here. Archbishop McCarthy read Sterling Rosaries

exquisite new Laurean Cardinal Rugambwa > a SwahilManguage translation VATICAN CITY (XC)The Next to Public

"NORTH STAR" Bishop of Bukoba, Tanganyika ., of the Pope's message. Shortly Vatican City daily has hailed 2300 Edgeuater Drive
assisted after the ceremonies Cardinal the of the
by ArchbishopJohn I initialing agreementto
: Rugambwa departed for the ki ban nuclear in Moscow GRAY'S JEWELRY
J. McCarthy C.S.Sp., ol testing
DIAMONDBridal >> Nairobi consecrated the cathedral United States. :: \; as a first step on the roadto

in the presence of 200C I Holy Ghost missioners first % r \ Si universal peace and brother.

f persons including 12 other, came to East Africa on June r_ ; t hood. Complete Pest Control

Set 16, 1863, when two Priests and LEWIS COBBEXTERMINATING
Bishops. x \ L'Osservatore Romano recalled -
two brothers landed on the CO.
Among those present were:. in an editorial the recent
Archbishop Guido Del Mestrl,. island of Zanzibar. I rw. prayer of Pope Paul VI that Incorporated 1946
The next 100 saw the I3t0lltrnl Dr.-r.O. HOT titS
Apostolic Delegate in Nairobi;: years "men really be brothersand
may Orlando 2ll-3tO
tp arrival missioners .
: of from '"
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre \f j; that Christians may be the
/ other orders White Fathers r t, ,
: ,
P'
c.s.Sp., Superior General ol ,/ first to invoke the gift of peace

the Holy Ghost Fathers; and Benedictines, Mill Hill Fathers, "f".... ;.,. from God It added: JIM BLAKE

Tom Mboya, Kenya's Ministerof : Capuchins Consolata Fathers, ." "The Moscow agreement OFFICE SUPPLYP1JItNIT1111ll

wChu Justice and Constitutional. Verona Fathers, Passlonists, Ii ,, Its ]'" v;.
Affairs. Palottines Ma knoll Fathers, 4t ;; constitutes a first step along
iA
rCw ; y q t this road. OFFICE SUPPLIESMI
During a solemn pontifical Kiltegan Fathers and Rosmin- ;. .. .
This road alone, which is 7-2652
Mass sung by Cardinal Ru lang.The 4 .
:y Q "'ltfrK ; 658 ORANGE AYE, W.P.WALTER .
W gambwa. Archbishop Del period from ISM to 1963 ;. neither easy nor short, opens
> : s
also before the leaders of nations.
Catholicism all
Mestri read a letter from saw spread .. .. .... ___ .. ... .
-------- '"A" _..... __ ....1. "'A..,_.. .. Only this is in harmony with
Africa. is
East
over Uganda
Pope Paul VI congratulating AT EAST AFRICA CENTENARY CELEBRATIONSIn
MENGES
now 30 cent Catholic the profound and universal
nearly
the Holy Ghost Fathers on per the presence of 2000 of the faithful, Laurean Cardinal Rugambwa '(above) aspIrations of human beings." Clothier To MenThe
the opening of the cathedral ; Tanganyika, 16 per cent; blessed the Cathedral of the in Nairobi. several celebrations '
new It of
I and Kenya, 11.8 per cent. Holy Family was one The editorial expressed the Finest In :\(rn'f'ear
----- and their centenary. Zanzibar is predominantly attended by 12 Bishops, marking the centenary of the arrival of the Holy wish that the agreement would 206 X. ORANGE AVE.

large perfectly cut center: diamond 1 Muslim and Catholics number Ghost Fathers in East Africa. mark the beginning of a "greater Across From St. James

In this newest "NORTH STAR" set. Children'sClothes only a little more than frank and loyal understand.

ting of 14K yellow or white gold. 2000 In a population of ing, based on justice and on

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Church around the World'Obra'
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From $100.00Phone Girls & Boys has 6622 Catholic schools, John XXIII's peace encyclical, FeaturingDependable

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GA 2.3652 African Priests, 1632 mission- MADRID (XC)-Archbishop (NC)-Father NOTRE DAME (NC) The fear that "the mere 4315 Kdgeu-ater Dr., Orlando

ary Priests, 2207 African sisters Casimiro Morcillo Gonzalez of Godfrey Diekmann O.S.B., University of Notre Dame has continuation of nuclear experiments ....

Ra Gary's Duck Inn and 1376 missionary sisters. Saragossa gave mission crossesto of St. John's Benedictine Ab- announced it will inaugurate a for warlike purposes

The Catholic Hierarchy in sophomore year of studies at could have fatal consequencesfor DIAPERSERVICE
GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE 95 Priests from 27 Spanish bey'in this Minnesota town and ;\
East Africa is made of an
14 N. Orange Ave. up Innsbruck, Austria, in 1964. life on earth. ,
Locally Owned mud Operated HjT. FINEST SEAFOOD AND African Cardinal; four Arch- dioceses and a Priest from the editor Worship, a magazine, Notre Dame's first foreign "This is why justice, wisdom

yy. A SUSAN NUBSETII ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE bishops, two of which are African Dijon diocese of France who has been named an expert of study program will be limited and humanity demand that the 2300 L ROIINSON AYR.rvm .

T..r. la Jcwtlrj Roilneit Phone GA 4-4531 ; 33 Bishops, 10 of them are leaving Spain to do mission the Second Vatican Council. t 0 about 5 0 sophomores. armaments race be stopped."

3974 So. Or. Bl. Trail African; and two apostolic prefects. work in nine American coun Courses will be taught by a ... DIAPERS cum LAlOUTOItY tmttD nsno m OtuUU. AKTTSCTIC
FOR iavs MuiTH.wNtn t ctmroRTSA
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tries. Holy Cross Priest and a lay .. IT Y DCOOO.IZBrorviAn DIA'U Pins
Heidrich STYtr0IA.r"5
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IssuedOn .
) Why not live Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres? The Society for Spanish- Warning man from the Notre Dame faculty TOUR NCW IAIY KAHilxC:

We hare a home designed for your family First Bishop American Priestly Cooperation, and by three faculty memo & Sons 422.1177 ..A1/0M/.L ais P arena pA..a
which arranges for Spanish Immorality bers from the University of Grower and Phlppvr
Of Fancy Fruit ..d >rjt.blIA .
Innsbruck.
Priests
DEMETREE BUILDERS to work in America,
>KKB BKAM: PRODUCTS MI witt I cMttt snr/cr inotnmt/UN.
Of Indonesia hopes this year to have 500 Bribery PerjuryLAGOS
5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922 Spanish seminarians pledge to August Programs Set

serve there after ordination.The XKW YORK (XC) Father
Nigeria CNC) -Nigeria's -
1 ORANGE COUNTY Dies at 66 society's Spanish-Amer Catholic Bishops have 'illiam McNamara O.C.D., au THOMSON & McKINNONIN

lean Theological Seminary here warned against three '"current thor of the book, "The Art of

BERG VAULT Co. STEYIi The Netherlands had 150 students during the abuses" in the countrybribery Being Human," will speak on ORLANDO SINCE 1924

a SINCE 1946 AIR SEALED (NO -Archbishop Albert So- 19G2-1963 school year. After perjury and threats to NBC radio's "Catholic Hour"
Member New York Stock Exchangeand
students from this seminaryare each Sunday in August.
REINFORCED CONCRETE egijapranata SJ., of Semarang, chastity.
the first Indonesian to be ordained, they serve a jear Nigeria has 16 Bishops five The National Council of other principal exchanges
BURIAL VAULTS named in their own Dioceses and then Catholic Men produces the
a Bishop and a leaderin of them African) serving the
When Only The Ftnot I. Good Kn ofh his country's advance to In- go to America. country's 1.7 million Catholics, program which is broadcasteach CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2.7183
To It. Sore REQUEST IT Sunday at 2.30: p.m., EDT.
dependence, died hereon July
AL MCSZYNSHI: JR., Owner Member St. >*mt* 4.7 per cent of the population.
22 at the age of 66. Home Stability Nigeria became an independent Bishop DiesNA7.IRETH

Born a Moslem, the Arch.
within the
country British
OXA3IIA, Minnesota' (NO) 11
(XC) PARISHIONERS
Bishop
bishop became a Catholic at Commonwealth in 1960. ST. CHARLES as
RUBY'S FABRIC'S I The spiritual and moral guidance Pier Giorgio Chiappero O.F.M.
the age of 14, a Jesuit Priestat ,
of A statement Issued here by
a God-centered home is
r FABRICS and PATTERNS 35 and a Bishop at 44. one of the best safeguards the n I s h op I condemned"scandalous" Italian-born vicar general for We Have Resumed Our Home Delivery Routes!
Israel of Latin Rite Patriarch
He was an old friend of In- -
UNIFORM HEADQUARTERS against communism, accordingto hotel owners Alberto Gori O.F.M., of Jerusalem -
donesian President Achmed Farm Fresh Milk From Our Own Prize Winning
and for
J. Edgar Hoover. The FBI managers encouraging
For Girls of Bishop Moore High School Sukarno, who sent a special was buried here follow-
director says in an article in Immorality in their hatels
ing his death In mid-July froma
emissary to wish him a speedy
947 SO. ORANGE AYE. PH. GA 5-4429 the and bars to attract bus-
recovery when the Archbishop July issue of Today's Family heart attack in Haifa. The JERSEY COWS .

magazine, published hereby iness. Bishop was stricken at the end
suffered a heart attack last
I March. the Crosier Fathers, the The Bishops also said they of a Mass he was offering. Phone CY 5-0320 or CY 5-2129

"good home the one which deplore the fact that ''bribery Monsignor Hanna Kaldanyhas JERSEY JUG DAIRY ;
ORLANDO'S NEWEST and FINEST The two men had been
.. meets moral and spiritual as pervades our society at all been named vicar generalfor
CM tfi. thorn .f b.ivttf l friends since the struggle for well as physical needs ade- levels."
Israel of Latin Rite Patriarch
Indonesian freedom follow.
lake Lots ovtrlooVing tftillumfniftJ '.
Ctnttnnlal Fountain. Ing World War II. quately-is a basic weapon in Referring to perjury, the Alberto Gori O.F.M., of

Before proclaiming the na.tlon's -the massive struggle" in whichwe Bishops said: "A lie told in the Jerusalem. MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE

the Pres- are engaged. solemn circumstances of an
Independence,
Declaring that the U.S. must oath shatters completely that Sends Thanks DINNERS TO GO
ident asked Archbishop Soegi-
Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ 1.00
japranata'i advice about the "build solid bulwarks against honesty which is the founda WASHINGTON (NCThe

Indonesian constitution of 1945. communist expansion," he adds tion of our faith and trust in Holy See has sent the House of Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95

The Archbishop held that the that "one such bulwark unquestionably our fellow men and hinders the Representatives expressions of Fish Dinner $1.00

task of Catholics in his pre- is a God-fearing informed course of Justice. Hence, perjury appreciation over the chamber's -
FRANK E. FtYNM, M3r.IU.
family in a stable Amer- is with Shrimp Dinner $1.15
Phone CHerry KJ311 dominantly Moslem nation was punishable severe condolences on the deathof N
to work for the benefit of all ican home." penalties by civil law." >Pope John XXIII. lsllsonr, NOW 6 LOCATIONS TO .SKIlVti: ; YOU
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its people regardless of reli Speaker of the House John
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They must, he said in a recent 4. placed in the CongressionalRecord : & Lee lid. 203-98.19:

interview, be motivatedby a communication from Lake Barton ltd. & .... Colonial :27721fJ'

charity for the love of God Amleto Cardinal Cicognani, 2100 French Ate., Sanford 322-0112
Savings deposited by the tenth of the month earn Interest and not have conversion in ro: 4 ,fM Papal Secretary of State.A .

from the first of the month! mind.The VL similar letter from the
Archbishop was bornin Holy See to the Senate earlierwas THE BIO PLAZ4
&'"t 4
Sura arta, Indonesia placed in the Record by

then the Dutch East Indie* 6 r o i'il .t? Sen. Mike Mansfield of Mon. THE VIRTUE OF BIGNESSWhat
r- k : .
s on November 25, 1896. He .4 ,I K' tA f I r jk Yt tana majority leader. are the virtues of bigness: ? What advantages are
offered to choppers?
was baptized in 1909 and or-
'''arlt"tyfany stores selling' : the same types of merchandise -
FOUR PER CENT dained at Maastricht, the 3 11 Bluetop Motel give the shopper an extremely wide selection of
Netherlands in 1931. t t.t
I p ; price and model-
per annum guaranteed interest paid of Certificate He was made a Bishop and > DeLand Florida Economy Many Mores selling' ( the same type of merchandise

appointed Apostolic Vicar of Retired Catholics"we creates a very competitive situation resulting in
of Deposit savings of 12 months or longer, with Interest
lower
in 1940 and became prices.
Semarang M '- $ male you feel at home"Private
remitted to you quarterly by check. Archbishop when that See was room, meals-Free TV Time Saving: One-stop shopping.
Convenience Large free parking facilities. Space for
raised to archdiocesan rank in To
Transportation :
: 4000 cars at Colonial I'laza.More .
1961. He also served as Military & Daily and Sunday Masses and Better Customer' ServiceA competitive situation

THREE AND ONE-HALF Vicar of Indonesia's armed a a t re Ar JEM 4; A Daily ewspaper between' Plaza merchants and in addition their combined -

PER CENT per annum interest paid on all regular forces. Many Other Extras efforts to compete with other chopping areas resultsin
per month excellent customer service.COLONIAL.
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Hiitoi Discovers- Lette'rs'Relatin g- Mission t-tFlo'rida-- Indians: SUNDAY I Mass, August Guide' 4 I



Ninth Sunday after Pcnte-
A letter from Bishop Augustin Verot, first Bishop of St. Augustine, to Chief Taska- may also be ascribed to their wants to sell them, and to feed cost. (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,

nooga of the Seminole Indians of Florida was brought to light this week by Father way of living. his chickens and pigs, which Creed, Preface of Trinity).

I Michael V. Gannon Ph.D., director of the Mission of Nombre de Dios. Father They exhibit something of they know how to tame like a MONDAY, .\u u tDt'dication 5

Gannon is currently engaged in revising and enlarging his biography of Bishop Verot.In the patriarchal life of old. cat or a dog. of Our Lady of

his letter, written January 28, 1872, Bishop Verot described himself as "Chiefof They do not trouble them- The great business of the the! Snows. (Mass of the

Religion for this country," and representative of "the Great Chief of Religion on selves about dwellings, furniture Indian is to plant, to hunt, to Blessed! Virgin Mary, Gloria,
u comforts and real estate.I fish for himself, and to go
earth, tne rope." r.+ Preface of the Blessed
tion in the post-Civil War tion from God and His Son, _I ILi risited one of their settlement about enjoying himself.
Virgin).
He
appealed to the Indiansto HZd.
Period. Jesus Christ.BELOVED x s and I have been told
come back to the religion The mission to the Indians, CHILDREN: We that all Indian settlementsare Believe in Supreme Being TL'KSDAY lI'ot! 6Transfiguration
that the "Black Gowns," early The Indians have the knowledge of Our Lord
Father said have
Gannon
have
may always had a great desireof a R, alike. I found the men
Spanish Priests, had taught been i.j of some fundamental Jesus Chiist. (Mass of feast,
prompted by Bishop promoting your welfare in and women at work busy
their forefathers. __ truths of morality and justice. Gloria, 2nd Prayer of RH.hitus .
Verot's renewal of interest during -
every respect, and with this like bees in May; some digging
Father Peter Dufau, vicar 1872 in the first Indian view we send to you our be- iJP.A rz d up sweet potatoes, They profess to believe in a : i II and his Companions

general and of the Supreme Spirit, who rewardsthe Creed, Common Preface -
pastor mission of Xombre de Dios at loved representative and vicar, others planting the same and
"
Cathedral of St. Augustine, St. Augustine. In 1868 Bishop Father Peter Dufau, who will corn. Indians in a place they ).

took the letter by hand to Miami Verot had purchased the mis- hand you this letter, and will p S r r s'R:r' % ,. My friends and myself were call the happy hunting ground, KDXESDAY: August 7

where he tried, unsuccess= sion site from private hands, state to you by word of mouthour p 4' kindly welcomed by the sub- and chastises the wicked $t. Cajctan. (Mass of a Confessor .

fully, to present it to Chief into which the mission had fal good will toward you. chief, who hastened to showus somewhere down in the earth. not a Bishop, Gloria,

Taskanooga. len in 1821 when Spain ceded Ancestors ChristianizedYou ,< aQ everything that was in the Some of them know that 2nd Prayer of St. Donatus

Father Dufau was Frenchin Florida to the United States.In settlement, the house of Cur Lord Jesus' Christ came Common Preface).
may, perhaps, rememberthat 0, every
origin, like his Bishop lie 1872 the Bishop erected a in former times your ancestors 0 family, the piece of ground of down from heaven and was THURSDAY, August: SSt.

had come to Florida in 1839. chapel to replace the first lived in settlementsand everyone, etc. All, male and put to death by the Jews. John Mary '.fannf').. Massof

In Baltimore Father Gannon chapel, long since destroyed. villages in various parts of I i female, children and servants They call Him Teossee' and a Confessor, not a Bishop i ,
Unfortunately, Bishop Verot's is consider' Hint as somethingmore Gloria: 2nd Prayer of Sts.
found Father Dufau's letter to the country, and specially were a little amazed at my ,
chapel was also destroyed only than an ordinary man. (' -ri.1CUS I.. and Sma-
but
Bishop Verot in which the around St. Augustine, on t. presence in this place, ) argus
two years afterwards by a This of Him must ragdus Common Preface).
Bishop's emissary described his friendly terms with those who being accompanied by two of knowledge ,

difficulties and reported at storm. then governed the country, and a,' their best friends, their friendship have come to them by tradi FRID.11', August 9

length on the condition of the Father Gannon reported that were Spaniards. to them removed quickly tion. I could not know what Vigil of St. Lawrence. (Mays

Indians. he has found only one refer. Many among you had become from their minds all uneas- Kind of worship::; they have. of feast, 2nd Player of St.

Nombre de Dios Rebuilt ence to Verot's the 1872 mission in Christians, like the Spaniards, I i % iness. They are very superstitious.They Roman, Common Preface).
Bishop general
correspondence and professed the religion believe in genii and evil
+4 S.TtHn.Ulto t 10
Father Dufau's letter is ;
a a letter from t Dress ModestlyMen
which the Black Gowns had spirits. They dread terribly St. Lawrence. (Mass of feast,
valuable historical
witness to
Bishop Verot to Bishop (later and women were decently -
preached to you. The countryhas witches and sorcerers. They Gloria, Common Preface).
the state of Seminole civiliza-
Cardinal) James Gibbons, vicar dressed. However, a
since passed to other hands, seem to believe that evil spirits Sl'XD.u U1'it' 11
apostolic of North Carolina. Bishop Augustin Verotof small boy six or seven yearsof
but I profess the same religion abide in rattlesnakes, so that 10th Sunday after Pentecost.

Missioner Sent which was then preached to age, who had to take care they never trouble those rep- (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
the fart that the Indians have reformed and
Kral they pol-
1smn,1 ct'"t laid in kind of
of a baby, a
Writing on February 12, 1872, your fathers, and the Great keep up a vigorous discipline, ished a great deal their man- cradle, found that about noon tiles even when they sleep Creed, Preface of Trinity).
A. II. Cralr-Kondal L. Bennett Bishop Verot explained that Chief of Religion on earth, the around their houses or coil
which maintains peace and ners, deportments and habits. the heat of the day was too
Ambulance Service he could not travel to Richmond Pope, who dwells in Rome, and harmony them, and themselves under their clothes.
among They are endowed with great to wear his light calico BEACH MEMORIAL
VA 4-1673 Virginia, as he had has appointed me Chief of Re- that they revere and obey They never kill them, nor CHAPELSt.
many good qualities. They are breeches: and jacket. He took
2 ST. AUGUSTINE planned, to help decide on a ligion for this country.Objectives allow any one to kill them on
scrupulously the authority 1(0-3577:
peaceable, no breach of peacein them off and seemed to take rtr burr Beach
successor to the See of Baltimore SetI their premises.
vested in the great chief and
their settlements, save pleasure how beautifully red
"the place here (St. Augustine felt it then a duty, as wellas SEMINOLE BEACH
suh-chicfs. May the Almighty God deliver -
harsh words and, at times, hard was the skin of his back and CHAPEL
) being destitute of a great happiness, to offerto Their form of government is between co-wives who them from these MEMORIAL
fighting along down to his feet, run superstitions !'t. 1'ctrrnbnrr i1l-f/17
Priests, as vicar general, nation the help of religion -
my your monarchical. It has saved their
grieve and harrass their husband ning around the cradle, jump- and bring them to
Father Dufau, is gone to the ; for we have a soul which national character and inde-
so as to make him swear it speaking loudlyto
z ing over ,
j Indians out of the pale of does not with the body the knowledge of His Beloved
perish ,
pendence from utter ruin. The
L by the earth and the heavens, and laughing with the child.
civilization." and there is another life after terrific struggles they have had Son, Jesus Christ, and of His AMHERSTMONUMENT
by the sun and the moon, but Their houses! are of the
The letters of Bishop Verot the present, of eternal hap- to sustain for their rights with too l late, that he will not marry and cheapest styie.Xo Church, which lie has established .

.- 1Mornwd and Father Dufau are printed piness for the good, and eternal various governments, whichhave another should one of the two simplest tools are needed to build for the salvation of ,

below: misery for the bad. ruled over Florida from happen to die. mankind.
A. M.Rf them up, save an axe. Four & CO.
Dwywfn To enable you, therefore, have I Reverend Bish-
January 28, 1872 the time of her discovery, fixed am, Right
They are trustful and forked poles, strongly
649 2nd Ave. So. Ph. 862-6503 The Bishop: of St. Augustine to save your immortal souls reduced them to a small num truthful. They do what they in the ground at the cornersof op, very respectfully your hum- INVITES YOUR INQUIRY

to the chief and the and teach you the way to ber. ble and obedient servant, Work Guaranteed
twelve feet Quality
the
promise, and one can always rectangle
ST. PETERSBURG whole tribe of the Indians of obtain eternal happiness, is P. Dufau
509 So. Dale Mabry Tampa
by fourteen to support a
rely what they
Florida, greeting and benedic- the object of the presentMel' Approximate Number of upon say. Vicar General
palmetto-roof, are the materials
The sense of justice is deeply
take.
we The Indians of FloridaI
We are not connected in any engraved on their souls, they they use to build their-

KYLE-McLELLAN INC. way with the civil governmentof would be glad to be able to look upon cheating and fraudas dwelling.In .
such great crimes which their estimation, walls, JOHN S. RHODES JE.
Florida, and have not the state the exact number of the ,
should be the doors, and windows, make the
FUNERAL DIRECTORS punished by
remotest intention of changingor Indians who are still in exist
tomahawk. house uncomfortable and very FUNERAL' DIRECTOR
17 W. UNION STREET- JACKSONVILLE disturbing your present ence in Florida, but this is out

EL 3-3966 Continuous Service Since 1856 state or relation with the government of my power. They are scat. When any cheating occurs, unhealthy; they like to have 1721 Gulf-To-Bay CLEARWATER Phone 446.3055
l them open to all winds; yet for
and our efforts are tered in and about the Ever-., their indignation is roused and

I solely for the benefit of your glades. thunders out terribly. They. some hygienic purpose they

PHONE 877-7524 souls. They are divided into tribes have been so unjustly and S o J., put a platform of hewed timber GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone
three feet high they use that
Sisters to EducateIf and live on rich hammocks or shamefully deceived and l ;
847.3131.
A. P. BOZA you are willing to make high lands under the authorityof ,robbed of the fruits of their, platform as a storehouse, pantry -
RIVERSIDE CHAPEL labors parlor, dining-room, dormitory KISSIMMEE"OLDEST
some necessary arrangementsand sub-chiefs. Some are allowedto by unprincipled men l

3809 N. ARMENIA AVE. promise peace and your trade with the white men that they fear to be deceived l etc. IN CENTRAL FLORIDA"
FLORIDA The furniture of the house Operating Under Same Name and Management
TAMPA 7. ,,
cooperation, we are willing to who have settled in their again, and they mistrust new

send you Sisters of Charity, neighborhood, and they them- comers should they be angels:i consists of some deer skins to

who will teach your. children selves trade with their fellow clothed with human nature. sit and sleep upon; one kettle,

GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME how to read and write, and how Indians, who very seldom, if Taught by Experience one pot, one tin dish, one wooden HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir

to please the Great Spirit, and ever, go out from the heart of spoon for cooking and eating Conditioned Chapel Parking Lot
_ AMBULANCE SERVICE Taught by a long experiencenot the yellow arrow root
obtain eternal happiness for the Everglades. FOSTER E. HEATH Funeral l Director
to trust every man thai t mush one to drink out of.
BRADENTON 720 Manatee Ave. West cup
them after the present life. Yet from the various inquiries AMBULANCE SERVICE
meets them for the first time.
ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina Drive A Priest or Black Gown, of I have made from reliable by chance or otherwise, they Dines with Indians Lakeland, Florida Phone 682-0111 I

the with those who live with themon
same religion gentlemen
stand before him with studied l I had the pleasure of accept-
who formerly taught your fathers friendly terms, I am inducedto
dine the house of the
ing to at
well almos
and composed, !t;
, e will accompany the sisters believe that there may be in BRETT FUNERAL HOME
'Jr/entoriaf
/ The wooden
-Ar6nfllon apet, Jr nc. freezing, coldness, answering: sub-chief. big
and will in this this state five six hundred
you enjoy, or handed to I
AMBULANCE SERVICEST. a great consolation and great Indians exceedingly attachedto questions without inarticulated openingtheir :: used spoon it was, and from my me.lips I 345.0101 i AMBULANCE SERVICE
PETERSBURG 4825-Oth Ave. Xo Ph. 343-0123 lips, by
ad\antage. their native land.

U:;>>90-\1t.19'.\ } ltI.HGOXU Ph. 391-0111 GULF- BEACHES 584-7611 May the God of Heaven bless In my judgment, the Indian sounds.They do not show, however,, passes should it do to in my order neighbor.not to ThisI dis JID

race will become numerous, if g.b
you. self in the Ever
violent and ferocious dis grace my .
-
Augustin Verot vexation and injustice do not any ll
i position in their manners, acts glades.
Bishop: of St. Augustine: disturb their peace. and looks. They wish to live: My neighbor, cheerfully or 4111V Central Arrnu St. FetrribarrWilliam

1 FUNERAL HOME SHANNON Father Dufau writes on April Live Long Lives not, did the same, and the T. Towey Thomas 1. Brett
in with everybody, but t
peace Catholic Owned and Operated
1, 1872: The increase of their popula- spoon went around the lips of
hate supremely extortion,
BRADENTON SARASOTA Right Reverend Bishop: As tion must result from the fact they fraud, and vexation.It everyone that was partakingof

you sent me, two months ago, that the Indians live a long life the dinner, and returned to
Service For 61 Years that
to the Everglades with your owing to their strong constitution is my impression mine. :For the other delicacies,
Eustis
& Since
Serving 1915
the Indians of the Everglades Vicinity
letter dated January 28, 1872, to not yet impaired by the taken I could use my knife; this I

the great chief, and the whole vices of lust and drunkenness, would have long ago civilization did, and said grace without de-

tribe of the Indians in Florida, and to the salubrity of the serious steps toward lay.
Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc. and Christian faith if Zeller Kennedy & Hamlin
for the purpose of determining Everglades, at least on the side The Indian women never ,
justice had been done them.
AMBULANCE SERVICEThe from the great chiefs answerto of Miami and along the sea rat nor drink with men, and

your letter and from the shore. About fifteen years ago, soon L very seldom work with them. rr ltJ IE;1&&JL 1m(Q)M IE:
Finest Service Available of Your MeansT. make after the American war, Tiger
Regardless best inquiries I could They have numerous children tail, and another chief whose.: Among the Indians it is the
what your incessant pastoral disastersin rule that father and
their one
but since every ,
,
R. Downs President D. W. Ford L.F.D. solicitude might do toward the the late war, and the de- name has escaped my memory.mother' son, daughter and 326 ORANGE AVENUE EL 7.2636 7-4662 t
the
assembly
proposed to general
eternal salvation of the Indians who is able work
parture of more than one : servant, to ,
1045 9th Avenue No., St. Petersburg Phone 862.3609 who live in your vast Diocese thousand of their fellow In of the Indians to giVE must have one or several AMBULANCE SERVICEF.
their independence and t o
without the knowledge of the dians for the West, near relatives up pieces of land, and cultivate
under
themselves
saving faith, I hasten at my have been, and still are, place benefits and protection of th ethem[ each one to support him-

: return to communicate to your compelled to intermarry;; and [ self.
laws of the land, but unfor H. Osgood
Telephone
Robert
A. Fi Win. C. JournigaitFuneral lordship certain Information these intermarriages fatalto : Owing to that rule, the Indian -
Funeral Director Director tunately at that epoch the
bearing upon the approximative their posterity. wounds made to their nationa]L i wife enjoys much liberty; Funeral Director HE 5-2126

number of those Indians, her husband has no right what
PracticedThe
)
Polygamy self-love and pride in the man}r
their character and life.
"Eisclshitt irk & ever to interfere with her bus-
: .'r"i9a" evil of polygamy is not bloody defeats they underwent t
Difficulties EncounteredIt \ iness.
FUNERAL HOME yet entirely rooted out from were so fresh, and their feel Osgood Funeral Home
Rev
was expected, Right :\ When she has complied with .;
Oxygen & Radio Equipped Ambulances erend Bishop, that I could haveat their morals, though the rule ings of antipathy for whit\ her household duties and
allowing Indians to have several people so deep, that the Tiger
.- Miami an interview with the served her husband, she plants
wives at the same time tail's proposition was lost ant I
great chief, Taskanooga, and what she likes, corn or potatoes
Part Blvd. & 48th St. No.
O 107 Mass. Ave. has been dropped for many rejected with indignation anc I
if not, that 1 could reach the or both; pumpkins orpeas
; ST. CLOUD still in some cases, and fury, and its author immediately
: place where he lives, or at years; ; or nothing at alL She Pinellas Park, Florida
JA.'I a:SELECTED MCSIIC. : Phone 892.2155 under certain conditions, he punished for his boldness ir
least find some person who goes to the field when it pleases
take second wife, under introducing it.
can a
would faithfully carry your her to do so, makes her crops
OtimuiiiiomiimiioMimimnmmiiimnmmimnnimimHiommiimaiimii, the and without the con Tiger-tail was discharge I
letter to him; but at any price, eyes when she wishes, sells her
.== Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 Years jjj'I I could not find a man, either sent of the first, but not with. from his office of chief, ant I products when she likes, and SERVICING

r a white, black, or red, who daredor out the permission of the great since, he is simply sub-chie f;r buys what she fancies. ......
JOHN S. RHODES Inc. Funeral Directors | chief. of his tribe.
wished to take me in a uJ

i I AMBULANCE SERVICED IB canoe, and sail with me throughthe Reason not obscured by vile He is now a man over 9 X<)I Women Subordinate ..;;

Everglades, from Miami to profligacy 0 u n d elsewhere years old, and hopes to liva e And yet, nothwithstanding ..-..-

Lake Okeechobee, whereabouts proclaims and advocates with longer life than his mothei:' these, her prerogatives, she is HALIFAX < ,

the great chief resides, no one our Indians the sacred unity of who died in her hundred anc I 1 in the house of her husband::; AREA i a 1

who would deliver your letter matrimony. Divorce is unknown -fourteenth year. It is not J t 1 but little better than a servant. SINCE

to him.It to them, as well as the wonder for the Indians of Flor- She must believe that she is 1916

4 tc = appears that the Indians infernal theory of, free love. ida to see in their territory r a creature made for the enjoyment .

who live on the borders of the Character and Life persons of a hundred years o;r of her husband; she must, BAGGETT-McINTOSH Inc.

Everglades are absolutely for therefore, have the whole trou-

bidden to receive from non. Of the Indians age.They enjoy enviable goo d I I ble of housekeeping, to cook FUNERAL HOMESW.

Indians messages for the chief Many Indians as above health. This is certain front 1 i for him and their children, too B. BAGGETT. President

and sulxhiefs, and to Introduceinto stated, are trading 'v 1 t hour the testimony of those w h \ make the clothes for every BILLY GROOMS Manager

the Indian territory visitors -citizens who, by chance or have settled about the head o r! member of the family, to carry

Rhodes East Chapel, 4th St. i 7th Ave. North 862-5155 |; should they even be their otherwise, have become their. Miami river; the climate then her husband's tools, his crop 736 CL S.2.3767 BEACH 543 HALIFAXCL

i most trusty and worthy friends. neighbors. In consequence of is salubrious and delightful_ from the field to the barn, from 52576DAYTONA

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CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI cited the

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especially youth.
the moral and religious conditions make this one of their easiest but naturally man-

of so many people that "For, whatever one may ager Ralph Houk was having :none of that kind of talk.

1 the Church holds itself duty think of such an institution as y Privately, as a director of a large business corporation,

bound to be directly and explicitly the Church whose age and : .' he might agree but as a memb in good standing of the THE
measured in
concerned, the Pope history are centuries l ': ... :baseball lodge, he sought to
"
and whose fidelity to the x :/r t-
be real
was a
said.The .. : :. ......q'.. ..>. ]put his team in trouble. gonna good
traditions and heritage of human .. '
Common Market representatives t: ;""" \ hitting catcher but he isn'tnow. .
: The rest of the is
league
delegatesto civilization are known to : now ."
were
an international seminar all-the Church loves youthas ; W : : j; : t ,wallowing in the wake of a"crippled" The Bombers don't need to
Yankee team. The
old tree loves the
I in Rome on problems of an spring. ... build up their opposition, he
t < '.',' ..t., j infirmary record would make INTERIORSDRAPERIESSLIPCOVERS
: :>
European agriculture.Welcoming The Pope said that the Eu- : '.' 5: : : seemed to feel. Xot with their

them in French, rope his young audience rep- 1r" : almost any manager moan, especially array of talent. Ser'lceIt
Qualified Decorator
t i when it has contained
Pope Paul said: "The spirit and resents is an object of special .: z: And speaking of talent, wouldhe
like U RIVERSIDE
interest "as We follow closelythe names Mantle, Marts, Ford,
<, consider Mantle in
putting
]Howard.IBut.iHouk' CL 11111
'Catholic Hour'NF1V difficult and slow move- f tfa n' -Just 3-9074 Holly
')' as pinch hitter for
a or
any
ment, which Is at times incoherent < J grin, for in each and every case
YORK (XO)-Dr. Fred- soft duty just to show him
but is assuredly directed 1 the second team has more than Advertisers appreciate it
erick Grant Anglican theolo- off?
toward unity and adequately filled every gap. when mention
progress you
gian who is an observer delegate
"Mickey plays when he
sayshe
"
The the
second-line
peace. way THE FLORID.C.TIIOLIC
to the Second Vatican is ready and when the doctor
men came along made all the
He said the seminar's -
Council, will be interviewed on topic I' says he's ready," Houk
., difference, Honk continued.
the, "Catholic Hour" telecast on } urop..an Rural Problems 11'IIl'rl erillftt 1 -_: ".....",""., glowered.] "And he's not ready
August 4 at 1:30: p.m., EDT, is complex and urgent and of .' It is almost as if Houk has )'(e t." J

NBC-TV. special interest to the '<< t found the ancient secret of the
., u The reason for the glower,
A' .
The interview is the first ina Chinch. ...., W..... t1:<* ""' ,.. > '" "'-' .' Midas king. If Joe McCarthy
,. -...-- ..,.;;__ .. ..,,< __+_,, '11< ,:. ,.. ,,_ ,',..... ..." t .',, -' I --,.-,. --""': it appeared, was that he was ALUMINUM
.. : buttons to win
series of four "Conversationson 'These are specifically tech. "'" '''''- ""? or4_. )::.:-0.'. ,". .. ),',, ..'. ]pushed pennants still smarting underneath about AWNINGS
the nical questions of an economic ,.P-"vrV' ,. : : .. i-: .':. : :'" .t; ] Houk must have his $
Council, produced by :.. :.. *>( : : : : .: : :. .:: :: last when Screen
.. .. year, some thoughthe ...
and social order" he stated I < stS5ft- ; .. c own private automaton that E. ree .
the National Council of Catholic .t : .' '
PT f ;" ,;- *:, .t. \ <:.' :r' :;;;.,.;....;.: put Mantle back too soon. Caput apPm DrrAL
"but : 1 turns out finished baseball
: .
Men in cooperation with they are so closely con- j : P.UMScree fl
:; "They saw him limping, .
.,,. Wlnd.w.
NBC. nected with the moral and re- ]tt:4i.: ]products on demand. .
Houk "and immediately TrtllerCiktBtiFree
... snapped, -
Other guests to be inter- ligious conditions of such a / ... ..*- .,. "...'.'-'-''!II:< .--,. Then the New York leader decided I was rushing him.I .

viewed on the program are: vast and worthy part of the !f _' ._.* :, : __ '-' .. c cited pennants that had been never rushed player of

August 11, Father Gregory population that the magiste- : .' .,r"r.. 1/lr. .:;:: .'.' >," ..*,,. ,.. .. ','"'i-, : : ; ;; .. won and then given away, any kind any time any any where.
'
Baum O.S.A., professor of rium (teaching authority) of """ ""' J mentioning the Dodgers of only
What do think I nuts?
theology at St. Michael's College ., the Church has considered it LAST OF THE STERNUHEELERS last year. But, a bit flustered, you am
J A'year ago the doctor and
in Toronto; August 18, Father its duty to be concerned with On the Mississippi, the last of the sternwheelers, the Del t a Queen, passes the he grudgingly conceded that Mickey said he was OK ."

Frederick McManus of them in"a direct and explicit shrine of Our Lady of the Rivers, just upstream from its junction with the Missouri 1 the Yankees of his lifetime had and then the growling face split

the canon law faculty at theCatholic manner. River. The fiberglass statue was donated by the citizens of Portage des Sioux, Mist j never but never given any- into a huge smile "He
The Pope referred to thing away.
University of Amer- Pope souri, after their city was spared from a flood a few years ago. Still, he had to proclaimthat played OK, too, didn't he?"
ica; August 24, Father Edward[ John XXIII's encyclical Mater

Duff SJ., professor of sociologyand et Magistra as a rich deposit of Archbishop ,LuceyChristian there were contenders, Estimates
four of them, who could make Furniture Books
ecclesiology at Weston L teachings relating to the actual Phone CL 2-6034
Massachusetts. requirements of the rural things difficult in the next Greeting Cards
College,
world. Charity Requires Catholic two months. LLOYD COX Boyette Awningand

AUGUSTINE Taking part in the audiencewere 'There they are, any one of Office SuppliesCL Venetian Blinds Co.

youths of 18 nations, led 1 the: four, who could get moving.

by the president of the Italian Action Both Spiritual and Social There's Boston and Baltimore 118 North 2-3473 Beach Street 112 Madison Est. 1941 Ave.

Youth Committee. San d r 0 : and Minnesota .
-
-Ifj- and, and, er, um, oh Chi.
yes
I I. fill"- '" .._ Berto. Also present was the SAN ANTONIO (NC-Archbishop) Robert Lucey of San Antonio has said here "
I.
j .. president ciation of of Youth the ,World Carlos Asso-Del- that true Christian charity demands action to relieve social ills. Archbishop Lucey, ago.= Would he care to single out "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE 1881"Wm.

speaking at the dedication of a new retreat house, said "the good retreatant knows that ore of the four as most likely A. Ritzi & Sons

gado. |only by practicing the charity of Christ and His justice can we be the friends of God." tHe ::0 pull together and make a .

In Papal Audience described Catholic action run: at him. He would. Registered JewelersCL

THOMPSONand as both spiritual and social and "Minnesota can make thingsa 2-2552 American Gem Society 122 N. Beach St.

said: bit difficult. They've played

BAILEY Men Womei Encouraged to Uphold( "It is so easy to "stay at steady ball while taking a lot
I home and rest etenhen our of injuries and slumps, but Floyd J. Treduaj's
8 Cathedral PlaceSt.
Augustine VA 41631MCDONALD'S tired and wretched world is with a sound Camilo Pascual Daytona Moving & Storage Co. a/,
Conscious Active Christian LifePope falling to pieces all about us. and some help from that kid
Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC.
"It is so comfortable to lead ]Roland: they might get mov-

VATICAN CITY (NC- Paul VI said here that Catholic Action needs "menof our lives alone in selfish Isolation ing." DAYTONA ))E LAM

and women of thought and action" who want to Christianize modern society. without caring for the Houk's appraisal of the Fallen 110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1.'i660 So. Rhd.-RE 4-3587

The Pope spoke at a special '_1.1__ .. 'L needs of the brethren, the I Angels was interesting.
JIllUUll US:: \uuptnlUUU Ul I 11 C oi being convinced faithful who "I I'd hate to
general audience in the Vat- : struggles and suffering in our guess say
DRUG STORE ican's San Damaso Courtyardto laity in the hierarchical apostolate can and must share the community. that the Los Angeles Angels RUMMAGE SALE
of the Church remains... Church's as'
completeness a
a Catholic Action group--300 "It is to just lost momentum. Wednesday-Thursday-Friday 9:30 A.M.
so satisfying associate to 5:30 P.M.
"It remains as a duty for community and its active responsibility -
47 King Street Priest-moderators o f Italian whoever is responsible for only with nice people, to "I think Manager Bill Rigney SATURDAY 10:00 A.M. to 12 Noon
Catholic Action and boy scoutson avoid rubbing shoulders with would, < agree with that," Houk "A New Sale Every Wee "

ST. AUGUSTINEVA their way to Greece for an and promoting education the of pastoral laymen care in "We will say more: it is Our members of minority races continued.: "Look what hap THE RUMMAGE SHOP .713 Main Street
wish that Catholic Action
international jamboree August pened. He got pitching a year
whom we despise as being in-
the the
of
1 to 11. apostolic activity gChuiih. recover its strength and ferior to us. ago with fellers who didn't

4-1687 Tope Paul told the Priest-! acquire new ,skill in attractingto is figure, like Dan Osinski, Julio
"It so refreshing to delude You'll! Be Glad You Stopped
It remains above all
as a vocation itself souls, youthful
moderators that Catholic Action generous Navarro, and Dean Chance .
ourselves with the that
I will\ keep its present which is offered to lay- and strong minds, men and }receiving the sacraments thought and comes: along and wins like QUICK 'N1 TASTY

men. women of thought and of action for awhile and that
structure and function. crazy COFFEE
hearing Mass is all that our SHOP
lIe told the scouts he is sending "It enables the latter to pass Catholics who wish to be Belinsky wins seven.Vell, they
j Faith demands of
us. Ocean Fresh
a special letter to them at from an inert and passive con- heard and used for instilling all; tail off Belinsky, for Seafood, Sandwiches
of Christian life to Archbishop Lucey stressed Ch'cken-Steak-Ham Dinners
cept a con-
their jamboree.In Christian life in modern so- nstance, you know seven winss
scious and active one, to pass that the spiritual exercises of OPEN 11:30 A.M.-9:00 P.M.
what amounted to a ciety. ] 1 a lot of ball games. 2 Miles North of
from state of Christian a retreat are a foun- St. Brendans on AIA
a being necessary
major policy speech on Catholic in rather than in "We ask :you above all to! j dation for social action. "And then .a year ago, that CLOSED MONDAYS OR 7-3859
name
Q Action, the Pope said: have confidence in this form of Bob Rodgers looked like he
"To work for the Church
fact-foreign to understandingand
"We will say immediatelythat apostolate in the Church .'
in the prob- requires the spirit of charity,
Ott it is Our wish that Catholic participating and to seek out the new resources -
lems of the Church-to a state and the retreat gins us just Consecration Set FLORAL
Action should remain sub- it needs to remain aliveand ,., DESIGNS
[ that," he said.
stantially as outlined by the effective in its profound HAMILTOX, Ontario (NO)-
authority and wisdom of Our immersion in the fonts of "In the spiritual exercises of Bishop-elect Joseph L. Wil- by LloydFlowers
Society HasCentenary the retreat the layman is made
venerable predecessors of re- truth, liturgy and grace, in its 1 helm, newly named Auxiliary
aware of his own na- for All Occasions
? cent decades."It close adherence to the hierarchy. origin Bishop of Calgary Alberta,
Budgeting ture and destiny, and begins to ,
In
is now part of the constitutional will be consecrated August 22 custom designs In permanent
recognize that ancient truth
design i of the "The second suggestion concerns i n the Cathedral of Christ the FLOWERS & FOLIAGEfresh
that all men arp equal in the
Use Our Low Cost Church. Its form varies according Hong JongJOXG more the laity than the! King here by James Cardinal
he said.
sight of God, and
to different countries; its clergy who direct and assist McGuigan\. of Toronto. Bishop- permanent arrangements

traditions, requirements and Catholic Action; namely that 'Thus we come to understand elect j( Wilhelm, 53, has been DELIVERED ANYWHERE
KONG
Checking Plan (XO) -HongKong's j | that a retreat is a necessary
development vary. But its def- Governor Robert Black laymen may consider Catholic: [ pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul
adjunct of Catholic action. CORNER ATLANTIC & MAIN
CL 3-9986
Action their work Church: here since 1918.
as own not
You can keep an accurate praised the "actions, ideals andfaith" The new Our Lady of the
only designed for them but also'
of the St. Vincent de
j Pillar Retreat House, at whose
record of your spending formed and promoted by them,
Paul here the
Society as society
dedication Archbishop Lucey
[ Italian and American Food
and really keep to marked the centenary of the unquestionably linked with the I spoke, can serve up to 50 re- DAYTONA Retail Sales

founding of its first Hong ecclesiastical hierarchy and !treatants each week end. It is Open 5 P.M. 'til I II I P.M. Discount Prices
your budget with our conference.A destined indeed to give the lat. .
Kong for the use of women and married
week of celebrations ter obedience and help." ; Banquet Facilities
simple checking account centenary couples. FURNITURElarge
featured the recent open- The Pope spoke in Frenchto Closed Mondays

system. ing of a recreation center for the scouts, meeting in

Home "under the ideal flag VA Head to Speak SAN
St. 200 of this colony's poor chil- REMO Selection SHOWROOMS
Augustine
"
dren. of friendship. MIAMI BEACH (NC)-The RESTAURANT Quality Furniture

National Bank The St. Vincent de Paul Society Praising their activity and I Administrator of Veterans Affairs Robert L. White Pres.
,
an association of Catholic j good works, he said: will be the principal 1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL

FLORIDA IS FULL laymen devoted to serving the "All this expresses the vitality :speaker during the 28th annual 2-1357 Municipal Airport- Off Hwy. 92

Safety-Service OF DANDEE MOMS poor through spiritual and i of the scouting formula," convention of the Catholic \\ar Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building

corporal acts of charity was which is not subject to the Veterans, August 20-25 here.

founded in Paris in 1833 and wear and tear of time but, onthe John S. Gleason Jr., who

organized its first 'group hereIn 1 contrary, acquires throughtime heads the largest independent SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OPENED BV THE 10TH. EARN FROM THE 1ST.

1863. 'The society now has i rich experience and a agency in the Federal government -

w 16 conferences in Hong Kong. i constantly great conviction of the Veterans Administration -

41tYiq! Governor Black, speaking' ;its fruitfulness and modern is a member 0 f C\V V

at a reception for the society 4h/2o
attended by civic and Church "We congratulate for for this cago, and Is a graduate of COMPOUNDED SEMIANNUALLYAsk

leaders said that the O'It"tI1rmbrrs ;magnificent phenomenon o f Notre Dame Unh.erslty.Welcome .

play a "useful and ;youthful pedagogy and It is _____ ___

srI active part in Hong Kong's,: Our hope that it may develop Travelers

great task of social work." i constantly more, taking always for, our "SAVE.BY-MAIL"

A From 1JH9 to 1962, the colony into consideration the complexity Furniture
Porch and Patio Specialties Kit Postage Paid.
absorbed than million 4
more a L and hierarchy of the e

( '. refugees from Red China.In requirements to which the Rattan Aluminum Wrought Iron 4 r S1S t ti

t dedicating the center, education of youth must be

Monsignor Charles II. Vath, dedicated so that life may ac- Highway I Ormond Beach
111 i
chairman of the board of direc- quire its full human, physical, E CANAVERALERAL

NON-CARBONATED tors of Caritas-Hong Kong, the! intellectual spiritual and religious -

Hong Kong diocese's relief organization value. POWDER PUFF

praised the work of f "We have been told that your BEAUTY SALON SAVINGS'and

the society and said: meeting in Rome Is only a stopover a

fe r ir "In the field of social welfare on a much longer journey, Creative Hair Styling

trained organizers and i for you are on your way to Permanents Silver Tinting Blendingand LOAN ASSOCIATION !

workers are needed, but thebest Greece for your forthcoming

organization. will never jamboree to which We are soon Jlelcm )[. 6ehe.nk. OB 7-4X11
dispense us from the practiceof sending a message signed by 5* 8..ltlaetie. Orm..d B.a.hOpp. BYRD PL.tzSIIOPPIXG. CENTER COCOA, FLORIDA Phone 63G-8321

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Stressed
: SS7. CCD Program


Overthrow of Vietnam State Found ., For Youth DevelopmentOAKDALE

: .

Puroose Behind Buddhist Aaitation y ,- r f New York (NO)The CCD in the Catholic L

.., - 1: .I., ""' High School is the secret of motivating our youth through '
,
(Continued from Par One) it will make an angry blunderof who refused to disperse. These } Ii" -. : the powers they received in the sacraments, Father Joseph

mlttee will reject them or allege disastrous magnitude. demonstrators were acting unlawfully '. + i" B. Collins:, S,; .S,; has: ;_;:)LdLtU._ _...J
there is
"He will see a job to
that the promise has been Accordingly they attempt to\ to be sure, but the [ .. ;; Father Collins, director of be done, and that he can do it.:'

broken or make new claims. hold demonstrations in city' force used against them was .= -: ,: / the Confraternity of Christian James O'Gara, also a speakerat

Apparently they intend to streets without police permits.. out of all proportion. Doctrine, National Center, the conference stressed that
provoke and exasperate the pisa .a'! :. Washington D.C., spoke at the
,
They have gone on well advertised The great majority of the ',. -,'.; :.:.. t-L v- ,:, Catholic laymen have an oh
government to a point where strikes d i Buddhists 24th annual conference of the
hunger aneven taking part in these '-,., "" "' shod the
11/:; '''''---wB ligation to cloak of
:
; ..,. ... Christian Brothers Education
incited a public ritual 1 activities wear the brown, Jr. parochialism and bear witnessto
"
suicide, a !stratagem they saffron or grey robes of bonzes ,;v (..- ... Association at La Salle mili- the sacred in the world.
..
U. S. ShowsGratitude threaten to repeat. Whenever or bonzesses. Not all of these, 1IfI' .. :/jr.''<";, tary Academy, here. "What \\e most need are

they stage some spectacular however, are actually bonzes. .__.: ; _;__#on ; ,", .,. ..,..."..__ "Motivated organization" he witnesses: he said, Christians : -
demonstration, they make sure; A Buddhist spokesman admitted CATHOLIC CHARITIES EXECUTIVES MEET emphasized, is the secret of whose lite
To __.. _.. ,_ are public
have Greek chorus of .1. --I' : nL WL developing in youth the powers
to a on July 20, that of some The executive: secretary ua. cussed \uurulllauulI of Daytona Dram, .ui>s lfaltha testimony to their concern

journalists, especially foreigncorrespon 260 robe-wearing persons arrested each Catholic Charities Bureau their programs; and reviewed Franco, Tampa; Father Leni- given him in Baptism and (Christian who are engaged,

News MediaWASHINGTON ents, on the scene. for illegal demonstrations recently met with Fa. current policies and proced ban, Miss Kathleen Rielly, Confirmation. iiuohrd.

They make a special effortto on July 16: "most of us ther John J. Lenihan, Dicee ures. Regular meetings of Jacksonville; hiss Mary Connell "It is the duty and responsibility "We do need Catholics witha

(NO -The play to American audience are students, either from government >an Executive Secretary, at this type are planned Pictured St. Petersburg; and of the Catholic high deep sense of their Christian

U.S. Bishops have thanked because. they know" schoolsor, Buddhist the office of the Orlando Bu above from the left Thomas J. AsUo; Orlando and school" he said, "to developthe vocation to play their part in

members of the communica- that the goterimient here is association schools." reau. The executives disMrs. are: Mrs. Helen McGarrity, Bret'aid CountHistorian }-. latent powers given in Bap- the temporal order," he said.
heavily l dependent on American The organization arid taco tism and Confirmation to produce
tions media for their sympathetic "But Catholics who participate
aid. tics seen in this "struggle in their young souls the "
he continued be
coverage of recent "must
So they banners with have puzzled Vietna- stuff of which heroes and
carry many CHurcHinliS
Church events, according to a Catholics Whd are Informed-
statement released here on slogans in English ("The Free: niese and foreign observers. apostles are made. they must be Catholics wht
World and the U.S. Must Help t "Bonzes never acted like this "Herein lies" the motivation
educated in Cath-
their behalf by the National are things
Catholic Welfare Conference.The the Buddhist Problem") and before," a Vietnamese woman Newman Award 'Sunday Special'MIAMI Dies and it i Is in a complete olic." ,

Church leaders, speak. they tell the foreign correspondents who was a Buddhist until a WASHINGTON (NC) : BEACH (NO)-Mich- DKTHOIT: (NC) Requiem unit of the CCD in the Catholic '.
: "Bring your cam few years ago, remarked. "I've high !school that the opportIutity Durango Centenary
ing on behalf of U. S. Catholics, George N. Shuster, prominent igan's Governor George Rom. Mass was offered here for Father
expressed particular gratitudeto eras." never known bonzes to behave Catholic educator and author, r.ey, a Mormon, asked the na George W. Pare, 77, his- i is offered to everrise IHn.It"i"o; (XC)-

members of the press, radio The Buddhists made an obvious like this," a veteran diplomat has been named to receive the tion's governors to avoid future torian of the Archdiocese of that apoMlcship."A : Jose Cardinal Garibi y Rivera,

and television for their "sensi attempt to involve the 1 commented. "There's somethingelse 1963 Cardinal Newman Award meetings on weekends in Detroit. He died suddenly July complete CCD program Archbishop of Guadalajara, offered

tive and understanding" reporting United States government on besides Buddhism in this," which' honors a layman for order to reserve these days for 23. has a place in the Catholic a Pontifical Mass at the

of Pope John's death their side this month. A bonze is a remark often heard in qualities of Christian leader. religious activities, during closing A 12th generation descendantof high school because it attracts cathedral here during this
(Buddhist monk) dashed into i Saigon. ship. sessions of the 55th annual the interest, the talents and the city's celebration of the fourth
whose is
and burial, and the election of a family history
his successor, Pope Paul VI. the American embassy with a There Is no proof as far as The award to the former governors' conference here. closely entwined with Detroit enthusiasm of the students who centenary of its founding.
petition and dashed in again this correspondent knows that well-motivated and trainedto
president of Hunter College, "One of the most distressing and French-speaking Canada, are
"The enormous power for when police tried to grab himas the "something else" is com New York, who is now assistant trends of our day, in my opine Father Pare published in 1931; put forth their heroic impulses for the best in...
good of these! media has seldom he left. For time that munism. The communists ."
some
are :
ion is the
the of
to president Notre increasing tendencies a book entitled "The Catholic
been better demonstrated day he was a news-making probably trying to profit by Father Collins said that once
; .
Dame University, was announced of individuals and groups Church in Detroit, 1701-1888," pest ,,-'
and we are sincere. fugitive forced to seek asylumin the situation, but they do not here by Archbishop to consider the Sabbath just a comprehensive volume re the Catholic high school youthis

ly grateful," the statement the immunity of American seem to control it. Paul J. Hallinan of Atlanta, another day of the week," Governor searched for 18 years in libraries properly motivated and has h control*

paid. territory.His 0 Probably various opposition episcopal moderator of the National Romney said. and archives of dozensof learned the wide range of

The text of the statement adventure was entirely groups have teamed up with Newnfan Apostolate. U.S. and Canadian cities. apostolic action in the work-of 'Service
reads: unnecessary. His letter could the protesting Buddhists and the confraternity, he "will
Mr. Shuster will be presentedthe
have been delivered by himself be masterminding Combats Obscenity Lebanese gladly undergo the training
"We, the Cardinals, Arch by now may honor on August 31 duringthe Honored by
bishops and Bishops of the or any of his associates, them. :NEW YORK (XC) Mayor necessary for some phase of call
4Sth annual convention of SCRANTON (NO) -Bishop
dressed in ordinary clothes, Robert F. Wagner of New York activity to his liking." I
Catholic Church in the United The attitude of the Buddhist the Newman apostolate, Aug. Jerome D. Hannan of Scranton
like any other messenger carry- has announced initiation of a "He will for the first:: time be-
States wish to express the deep inter-sect committee towards ust 26 to 31, in Lafayette, Louisiana was honored here by the Leb- ho..11
ing papers in Saigon offices. program designed to combatthe come aware of the needs of his
of Catholic the has become almost
gratitude our pea government anon government for his fatherly '.r the.he 0'your
ple for the sympathetic and in. The liiiddliUt: dh-idrnts: : that of an equal, a sovereign "increased distribution of care of the Lebanese parish, said Father Collins.

telligent manner in which the have been helped enormously state dealing with a Week Rescheduled hard"core, pornographic mate people in his diocese.He .
press, radio and television recently by police measures intendedto rials. IN TAMPA---
OVIEDO Spain (NC) The received Lebanon's dec
have handled a series of retrain them. state.What kind of state would The mayor spoke of the pro ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
oration of the Orderof
22nd Spanish Social Week will National
news events of importance to The nervous closing of emerge, if their efforts were gram in a statement to Opera the Cedar at a ceremony in HILLSBORO HOTEL
Catholics and men of good will streets around pagodas and successful is not clear. It be held here September 9 to tion Yorkville, interfaith com the chancery office.Redevelopment.
15 the subject: "Social and munity campaign organized in DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM
throughout our country."In other excessive security precautions might resemble Laos, for a one
a very special way Pope have irritated the gen while, or Ceylon. And then it Civic Education in a Mass So the Yorkville section of Manhattan SACRED HEART CHURCH

John was loved by hundreds of eral population and won sym might begin to resemble North ciety." The week was orig- to combat the sale of To

millions of persons throughoutthe pathy for the Buddhists. Far Vietnam where Vietnamese inally scheduled for June "23 obscene books and magazines.The .

world and his death seemed worse have been the ruthless communists rule and Chinese to 29, but it was postponed be- mayor said he has cre- Give Cathedral FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE

like an intimate personal loss onslaughts made by the policeon communists look over their cause of the death of Pope ated a full-time unit in the Police

to the whole human family. bonzes and their supporter shoulders. John XXII). department to enforce laws Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite
,, .
,
R: ".r.,p ;v obscene books and Dominating Site
against
The events surroundinghis

death and burial and the j it i-. T7;;; magazines.He LONDON (NO-The London & Hi-Calcium Lime

choice of his successor, Tope : said the new departmentwill County Council has approved a FROM

Iaul1, were handled by the y s sr "identify and take continuing multi-million dollar redevelopment -

general communications iflI enforcement action project which will give CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC.
media in an especially sen-si- >! against whatever type of fam- this city's Catholic cathedral a

the and understanding man- f ily; service establishmentswhich dominating setting on one of Phone Crystal River Florida 795-2409

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The enormous power for gard for age discrimination, Westminster cathedral 1 s
g the distribution and sale of
good of these media has seldom
f now hidden behind a block of
been better demonstrated, hard core pornography.
tall shops and offices on Victoria
and we are sincerely grateful." S M v r.r. RA'N'r 'This program will have two Street, a street of pageantry -

4Ww .f. guidelines intended to keep our which visiting heads of

., -.p efforts within legal and proper state travel en route from
JACKSONVILLE ( limits," he said.
: _ ., .. ., nearby Victoria railway stationto
F a "The material In questionmust the Houses of Parliamentand

fall within the Supreme Buckingham Palace.
FR D A B'0,0'DStSTEER
dL Court definitions which require
The
'dt- redevelopment project,
: that it be prurient in that it is which covers eight acres in the

ROOM r intended primarily to arouseor Westminster area, includes de-

ft / excite curiosity, desire or molition of the buildings which

lascivious longings, and' that it have hemmed in the Byzantine-
be offensive to the standardsand
style cathedral for more than
c1tMe)t.' Bs\Qtt.tD FAf b@ attitudes of the commun half] a century. The Royal Fine

STEAKS ity." Art Commission has endorsedthe
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r.ot .t nearer St. Viaduct > < -' ;' 'J : =::- ::':':'-;';-'''''- .
project.A
EL, 413 WOMEN OF ST. JOHN VIANNEY PARISH STUDY
wide' square running 1.15
Canadian Auxiliaries Robert Kepp lead the Diocesan Sisters fret from the cathedral's door
women of St. John Vianney
OTTAWA, Ontario (XC) to Victoria Street will replace
PHAJRMACYKKLIAIU.E parish, Orlando, in a planning
EASTfRUHG
Bishop-designate Norman J. Attend College's the buildings.;
session for the CCD training
Westminster cathedral
Gallagher will be consecratedhere was
J'Kt:$l'nll'TlOX KK\1CK: courses to be held for all the
Prur. Cosmetic Cigar and ('amera Department. September 12 as an aux Summer Institute started in 1895! -15 years after
parishes in the The
Trr IMckup and DrIUery Luncheon and soda' Bar iliary Bishop of Ottawa by area. Pope Pius IX reestablished the
IOU ItUndinr HUd. ET 80734.0733 7716903U. Archbishop Sebastiano Baggio, meeting was held this weekto BOSTON-Three Sisters of Roman Catholic Hierarchy in
$31* Jammvs Kd. stimulate interest in the
Q. ]':KASTERIJNfi O .f'r.Jlana rr apostolic delegate to Canada.On St. Joseph, who are on the; England-and opened in 1903.
29 in program and to organize staffs of schools in the Diocese r Twelve and a half million
August Quebec City
the
groups to head up various insti hand-made bricks into the
Maurice have completed summer went
Archbishop Roy of }'j herpl'ogrclm.
the
of
phases -
GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES Quebec will consecrate the tutes at Boston College, Boston,, building which has a 273-foot

Most Reverend Laurent Noelas Massachusetts. high bell tower and the widest CERTIFIEDQUIETEST

an auxiliary Bishop of Que Congregation Head Attending an institute for religious nave of any English church. .

Pt bec City. education, July 8 to, The church seats :2000. ''t
VATICAN CITY (NC) t'i
July 12, were Sister Mary
Ildebrando Cardinal Antoniut-
.
Eucharia, principal 0 f S t. Bishop Explains %
tl of the Vatican administrativestaff
JUST TWO BLOCKS FROMST.
LOUIS W. PETERSON James School in Orlando, and
has been named prefectof
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PURE ALTAR WINESTampa Cardinal Antoniuttl, a' 64- joined the two sisters for an i DAYTON (NO-Bishop John were conducted on air conditioners of

year-old native of Italy, served institute for school administrators King Musslo of Steubenville equivalent cooling power under identical operating

from 1927 to 1962 in the Holy which was held July 15-19. has told 61 graduates of St. conditions. The other brands tested were found to be

See's diplomatic corps, holding Over 200 religious and laymen Elizabeth's Hospital School of up to 49.9V. louder than Fedders on the average

1 I posts in Canada, Spain, Por- and women attended the Nursing ,here that, the successful 37.51. louder.

tugal, China and Albania.. He summer institutes at the Jesuit; nurse is the one who gen- Here's how Nationwide summarized the outcomeof
:
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a I your duty to give to suffering iijThF1'j 1
Pictured from the left are the new officers of the mankind the blessings of your

Catholic Theological Society of America: Father Gerald training and of your service,"
Winter Park Daytona Beach Madeira Beach
Van Ackerman S.J., vice-president; Monsignor Richard the Bishop told the graduates. FREE PARKING j

CALL CALL I CALL CALL Doherty, president;. Father Vincent Nugent C.M., sec- "I do not believe you can

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