The Florida Catholic
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 Material Information
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: April 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00014
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Pope Paul VI. addressing ..
his first Easter message to .: .
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VOL. XXV, No. 23 Orlando, Florida, Friday. April S, 1961 lOt unbelievers M well u believers "
urged all to ponder

the "cosmic bnpor-' : f

Unce" of ChriaVi ReaurreoUon. \ 1

Rome haven to more The. Pope urged' those" t

who have no religion or j

who are opposed<< to it to reexamine '
Sudanese missioners their views. H <-

After celebrating outdoor

Mass in front of St.Peter's .
ROME (NC)-Bishop Edoardo Mason vicar apostolicof Before leaving his See,
El Ot>eid. and four Verona missionaries arrived hereon Bishop Mason appointed a basilica a

March 23, the latest of the Catholic missionaries to pro-vicar to administer the crowd overflowing thegreat ,
ricarlate. 'entually l. the Holy Father J er" t fir,
piazza -'tae"
apostolic > Y.r+ .e y
expelled from the Sudan. Father Gaetano Briani superior
1 the administration of the went to th.ttkaillca'thigh
general of the Verona Fathers was also expelled
See might to re-aMum..t by central balcony to de. 1t 1 a aI aI
and arrived the previous day. r' "
apoHtolic vicar of Khartoum liver his Impassioned appeal. 1
Bishop Mason said he was at first given no reason for ULshcp Agontlno Baronl, In .

his expulsion after 37 years in the Sudan 34 of which whose See the territory of the

had been spent In the south'of IlcarUt "Whatever he the petition
winces where mlHlonuy which you who hear these
that included before Its
country. was creation
work was permitted.The wont hate. adopted regardIng -
When he reached the capital In l'.HiO.;
fiat Inkling of his expulnlon religion" be said "to ill I
of Khartoum he war toM There are stout :90* mU-
came to ni hop Mason < of you from this iumtntt tawhkh
by authorities that he had
ninnaries In northern Sudan
on March 1? when he the ChrUUan Easter
ben ordered to l leave "h@. acrordlng to HUhop ;\Ia..on. s. ww
l learned that all four Prieeta has raised us, we extend the
cause of his long association TheM Include about 1(X) nun t
welcome them
working with him In theouthern invitation to
with the south." Because of the tong- xl tlng t
part of hiture wage of light which comesto e
Natlrea In the wroth. of the ordered out.The follow Ing day ban on prtwelytlslng<<, these the world through the
mawionera are all engaged In
ronnlry many of whom are the Bishop was called to pro- Resurrection of (Chrlat.
t'hrl.tian-, hare here. Bnd.rKOBK vlnclalllOlke headquarters In educational and welfare Christ's Resurrection I Itth sat.
prmrrulloii by ..b.rabdnDllu..d Kl Obeld and shown a tele- ",trk. Almost all their merit same Urn a moth for I

.\ ....rth.I'IJlht..p gram from the Interior Ministry cal work ha \*-+n .t..WId bf believing in Him and an ,.
the although Sinten .
Rovernment of that he
In Khartoum. The telegram lent very beUef.
Mason had been vi.! still operate a chats:. In wld. .
MM "Father Mason

south car apostolic until lord of, when Tau native in the was to leave the country "im. Khartoum Bishop Maaon rid the feelIng It U "h. ....,.... ..f the 'Urbi of orbit blessing Popo Paul's first at EasterThe
born Bishop Irenrus Dud was of the northern Sudanese meaalitg of the. kumta drum.
n am. d to succeed him. lie and the tour rrl..*.. Met toward the miMioner .la fundamentally ih* MiUiloa .t the problemf traditional Kastcr: blessing Faster: Sunday for the first time photo shows, and gave blessing of St. I

Bishop Mason waa then In Khartoira.. I.! the rate p ul. Hut, h. nil, Ih. orllta .( a new "Urbl et orbi" to the city of !Home by Pop l'auS1.. lie wore hie from the main balcony

moved to the El Oh*Id vicari. of the Bin hop, .. re.wntlvesi was said If the government keepsup foes. of llf* .. uhith w. tl,* and to the world war given on triple-Uerrd, crown the radio tele. Prter's lUsillcs..
ate, the southern,moot portion for the lrle...* up.llorn. Its campaign againut mfr. the am. l'hri.liaalty" -- -- ---

of the northern pro- Mufti,: back PHI of have rr-. snit. when the time
"Perhaps some you
Inexact or more repugaweit trine, bretely ROM out to President send

Cleveland concepts of '..11h." .*..L guest suffering< and death Pope
Auxiliary Bishop to speakat
"I'Hhapl your kiss of faith U -Why M w-e Brae ,
.....hAI fr,it*
I .rt'OfttC.u.-lhea U offmi .Her a'l'i
Catholic women's May convention tellltjen, aharktea prrweM Why do w. .t9'C'ure life lued. schools

.>r humlllat* to. hi* man.life* bringingMdnea In a peortUn to.. human with rrlt.tuu.Iwlnelpl.e happy" greetings to

K.\RASOTA-Monsignor C. L. Klslander V.F. and his rrrtor of the fimtl\r life bu 1\-.t"It
IVittl went" on t say
parishioners look forward to next month when they will Calhoun1 Pope- U ...iirV usder.lmd. ATI..\NTH* flTV (NC:) Pope Pant\ VI and. President Ills r f our wound" human

welcome to Saraaota the delegates to the convention of : 1I.I. trw that U CtotottsnHf U. .r we Mich 1 .ll us*. l. *,,* Lyndon H. Johnson both have .lywalnl| { | to Catholic e luca nature might be conquered,
\V Thomaa larkln, motor of U atwler no ... Krl.IU.. tirvaun. tn br wlwtnm\ she
t r the Ulm I -
the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women.Archbishop etnnger to p.tn and ..!(. i l tore here tn Increase their efforts to overcome Ignorancepoverty ,, .
Christ the King p rUh In \ |l>, wliirti U are ether lt>.. knows that tnn wtwt are re-
Joseph P. Hurley will open the convention jackaonvin and J'.UwIM, d>nUl. U ctomatvU. I'C't\aU. Aot_. h dnHel Crew the ...,,. ; and dtM-aa leered. i>f the aniltle ..ff1Ir.n. \.
with a Pontifical High Maa.. Bishop Clarence E. ch4, Vi Cannon dJrft'fnt",1" and *I'rlftn.n attti't the tty .f K*.4etr In lie ..-. .,.. |S>fi a l''..1. In a mramge seat on hU behalf In the Aliannual tp I the tint..ry and the& sine

Elwrell. auxWary of Ceveland/ who Ia the superintendentof th* MlMkm of Nombre de .In* e%|>re*.....-f... ,.......'*.. nmvrnlktn of the National Catholic! KiluratlnnaiAjuH p I ran devote lh.m.*l"*. the
schools in that dioceee, will speak. The Mass will be Into In St AugiMtln. 2 Spanish Soos _I.!.<.. ol the. froblriwi. >rUtk>n. a|latke of the Church's work to overcomepoverty more lo the all 'Important

offered at 8:30: a.m. In St. 13, will Include Prints and Convention delegate will MakM4.Tr .. and "cither Ills of our wound' ] nature" ao that duly of caring for theirMrely"

Martha Church. laity. also bear from Father Vliv .. men ran devote Ihrnwlvre more romiJelely' to "the all held. the piped met
raisod in rank >. IN>|1" rflrertnl" hk K
Others on the convention Addl'H.w.11\ be made by tent t:. Smith, awUtanl spiritual Sir gtrrtJIM .*)
program in Sarasota, May 11- Monsignor John C Knott, dl. Father dliertor Frank of the M Mouth 1)'l'W.and ,, \'.\"('.\> ITV fa 1"- ,. who are .ult..n4.. toIhuM President' Johnson In him greeting to the conventionof / rr..1. J.huma ......
whn atlll hunger end nearly, 12,'XNlCathnlie) educator.' a.ld that "the plague ..
of the Chancery at hound and HarrrkMM have Ik* r **iiilna theme war
Pinellas Park campaignsfor the I member IMore b_n pale arrhdioroae in hint for par '..'.. to lbo*. of our wjfttewpnrary wrfely" ran Im made to yield I I "t'alh.ll., P4erattoe: cud 1r.IWul

HpaJn .by Paps Paul V J. Hlerrrhy who .lahnr. awl are *" ry. Ihrwh drletlttleatbn anti entagmt In the noble 1..4.. ."
M..*.l(...e rafrtrk. K: >: .. ehang ale. were ..... lie aim. led K*..., grertIIM leMalcore. t'ethrlle tMnrshu,.. work!
of plant ..tl.. H. elt.*.1| IM. appropriatetiMu
completion /Ua. 4r.m -f Ik HI. Us to the young. and. b>
In IM rminiryTo Th i.Miff lit a m._e. Th Cfeihnllr. rhurrh.Mml "...
then htor
** vr *-
I...."', will pre.M. a. 4t rr > th* rarant Madrid poI CIwtM&ana In put-shut.,. 'st ....
I'T A''It>( .r.II1 l n IhriHttfft. IK* rwilurl. HMm .
ri.NKI.I.AS: r\UK-One hundred men who have made .. *1.rU..1< l MMlrralar of .. relW In our nwtltwl'S hid !tv'we
m the .H.>i.. Mined Arrhhuh that you m., hat N t uini | .
? |MM Mrri II ry of enrimvurwl to aMfttas the ,,
pledges themselves and are working hard on calls to the |M C.W with. the lore.. .. Mnmllo (tunaleawho what you IHMTIJMI pine lure ""ultJ' to all fworking
OMlnttrn .
Meta war i Mrrihp M MUgM. of wliarajUite .Us MtdvrInwmg few .,.......... tiAtf.
others in Sacred Heart Parish expressed hopefully at 'r*>l4rl, Mr*. J".eph. htha KM ion serving as prey glt.) the wixkl Ih* .UII with -kMroi tn.....*. ifMi ........, Nseeny east. ml.a/atai. U a<**a.l In rni

press time that they would top the goal of $200.000 In Met -( lie:
their three-week campaign to complete education' facilities Additional' itt>r**.n orTlrvrs' .U Iha .... time. "....., I rxwluit. by.Mylfte ........ ........
and meet obligations of the Pinellas Park pariah. at this convention. h .i4s* liueea.urtque y T.rMe4 .-. And .MI* we iur l utira Educators toldAvoid .. aN Met, kaley." said
,..4tne u pain. to the
the eke| president who. are -f ....-.. -.. .* .. 4 > ., Uw ,.,...,..... "with a in.i I'
Father James F. ClorkVr Onwrrte. to our bmkfMi
I the de nry |....tdtiti willl ...,..., to ,ht....***.? Jester fr.. M all ke. m emuMsefMt ., th* li I>hJ>
1U'aU, encourared bytr t.. Mrs.. F:wiry &. *** fIIK..tGfte I.......... f T.r lat. .lMte ...p.eet.d._. In h1 old elm tot underselling nsltan. .m.n ., tiviy .
,fnthu ltl
men's report A p..I p.ht ...
rather '
11rr who eahag.
..riles 'If
H* noted that! wh.n ah acrtary. Mtsl lwhelh Glee- "/ the. /ts.a4. .r I.,1'
Jame F. of F U: GeI1W. r.rsprie4 TH present had of tM ., heist. re lspat to Catholic .
ton generosity .Ntnpuswcy e-teey its.rem. "
mad. Inc
original analyia was all rnku. In Ih. ......
Ing secretary. Mr. 1lnd .t. ll.rrI.rt..reMimea. ....... .....* atb t"I Iwrewpl.vtaett.eta
nn.ctlon with tM toefR.I" CWklerrary ....... Gr."tn tinsel' vl'aaeu. week .. a i*>um>-ijr ol
for fand, they thw" .ht tn mterwU of OrUnrtn. treasurer nl I un;. .. Pal tutort 1M P"... .' truth end .* M. *'uaa.. Mr J..... I. .Italy" Jr, mrI.W ..i iluri _
)Ira W K Hurfliieiri-r Pluto .hhe ...... of r.
ATMNfU"' ( n U( n ..hbWvtrfj.' .... J
trTia: of a draw for $lf.V*. if we ap.i'he"wlsig. .
careful anelyaiii. tHasksHM ..*. r.h..1 l ( aDvlM Iducatsre. Ia""lMt to>... .
t ,' n nv>r of where II'i'.I l g
:' .sac upt.i I to tinum Aftert rU.*rooma In L9 ca ".' h! and tseidrrwllins; IN* |*nr..rsely. sM. wuJu>..... of CU With 4MMSM. MlkMI. ct.p'

.> 3 (10 n.1t...*t IKHr srlmafji7V atnrThto*

t .. ...t, I J'1'1"11) hM bets. TI. larp r nr*.r ->f felke ,' HklM. >f at (...!r. e. offers sl, IW. e... Sa .; VUa M k* 'M awlnr. rhrll.aq

t ..'ttr.1' II n" < awl WM .In- libbers. .whit i?. /-I; tveletn Mardi, II of taw AM anewal. *Mi veal.i of the National, rf ads ifaV It Will. Pfffl'| .* *

Crease..1 t.J $)1(1)00.Th. ) ttng !littered Jlnrt/ c t. I scheduled St. Augustine CaUkosie K4e *UMMl. A**..itni. eel! "MeerlwH th'. Wf' ...( i
... ... .win b eN'OIft..t.atf'd. wrti ....
,, n- ." " " 1" n," ''''n,''" ,." .,,,,,,,
wet .. ....,.In. Iha. n..e.tle tM new hlWklet.Father The .....<. aM the .....

make H *... .... I. Sat.rue. r..u"' .te4M per Al f;l?HT1.NK; Archbishop Jjh I' wiry"' w. ..........abet... *rrtesilJe.,....*. Is whkh fwlllC M Diocese of St. AugustineSt.

-! the sthten whe .ua .hi-.re aim N ...mp.taIh. take part in the pilgrimage annually bM here en UwfluAday .
peel .. as tort el .... ...,*
Mart the r..pktel "h..I. e/NI.g. N q. tkly 1 w tn Amrrtras OMes )l Mlonft. l>r*..n.>..* w an ........ hi he ........... St. Aujusfnl. Ffofd.-'

T. IKK.4 t UMtf.1 wire. fie -ha... bnr I at 3 pm. with the felgrtma hwswftsig the Mt niter .., wr sad Meurglr.MNNrraw '

t"M'' .... lute UekMBronNM.n A*aswr .Mk.MhHa of IK* livened geer.m.nt in pw**< pre rwuinrt. Altar t...".. nt s:" r.>.. M.M p_ Ass tilers wbsrr : ltl4lhere '
.. I'>":,nf a *rtMr ronSM a pttrteb Via k* Ukf ....... Ms.r the p.rlFu, e..rrtaJrjr .In Ne nth lattnla are .Mvtled t t't ..* ".... -. IIM ... ,'""..... ratl.e'

>. "> a prinrtamTt oetv*. a ... ..... vIB >..". to Ow | rtMf..te la the pfFtl'tm. I/lab Lh .1 eh..le d Jmhm.'MI. ,..,. agar
and a tetedwn' ....... (Fur |tin y f.Itwf'. IV' f.'r.' has been
17 binesse.tal arart.rM .1.. M M4 *..... *.4l4 ....
.i 4 rhlt.tt".g hae ...... darted rl Ae/iullee. 1wt...1 t1trl age.The Ukis wial *.*4..e iceS.. ** be.new. gcse eaaly press.I, to ..41... that $iea4ajr. April

e r w p .tret J.U"'"atr sett part.... ...... \.. a sjaissr JackMivUkt yew parts. ........ d .e NS"sr.e ,.. ........ w ...e tae a.... t* eUr>*.J aa asbuJasMs "Wtt,4.. flay sf .Tiler flee

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Page 2 The Florida CathoDe Friday, Aprfl 3, 1get

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corner I
Women to hold meetingof

OUTSTANDING speakers for the convention of the

Q of Catholic Women will make the Jacksonville

forthcoming Sarasota gathering one of the meet important deanery,

in Council history.
JACKSONVILLE Today U the deadline to make or
Who can attend? All of the women of our parisheswho
are interested in Catholic Action. We hope too that cancel reservations for the luncheon to be served in Jack-

our Priests and moderators, all of whom are interestedin sonville on Tuesday, April 7, In connection with the
spring meeting of the St. Augustine Deanery Council of
i d b the work of the Catholic women, will be in Sarasota in
__ Catholic Women. Women of this area will gather on
full force, May 11 to 13.
f .- April 7 at St. Patrick pariah, Jacksonville for Mass at
I Planning dance, for April In mid-March, chairmen of Mrs Joseph 9 a.m.
Officer will be elected
the various convention at
father John J. Lenlhan of
Committee chairmen and help. tails of the April 11 affair. Pictured Christensen Mrs. Thomas Shine, ** met with Mm. James SchoebertDiocesan St. Patrick's will offer the the business" meeting. Mr*.
of the dance .%. .,. Reyes of HU A.fn"U..,
en planned by Our from the left are Mrs. J08f'pbLuaby Mrs. Walter Hixenbaugh Mrs. Joseph Lacher who will be convention Mass.

I Lady of Lourdes parish in Mel Mrs. Karl Kaylos Mrs Verlander and Mrs. Lafar chairman' Mrs. Charles To reach St. Patrick Church deanery, president will\ call
the emission to order at 11 a.m.
bourne met recently at a luncheonto Meryl Bums, Mrs. Frank Felker, Lipscomb Jr. Ockelrnan co-chairman and PreMdent on Broward Road one drives

formulate the last minute de- Mrs. James Ralph, Mrs. Rollo north on 1-93 through the Municipal Judge John San
your president, to review the
Trout River toll gates, proceeds tora of Jacksonville will address .
plans for the coming convention
to Broward Road west; the luncheon meeting.

Tampa St. Petersburg Orlando Jacksonville In May all member will' participate and continues on Broward Adjournment is set for 315

st. Joseph St Jude St.Charles Assumption Mouaignor.Charlea Els- A president's workshop will Road about a mile p.m.

On the first Saturday of the The St. Anne's Circle of St. Annual Communion break- The Assumption parish lander VF. pastor of St. Mar. be held Wednesday led by After Mass, there will be. Reservations should I be

month a special Mass, asking Jude's Guild \\n Sponsoring a fait for the ladles of St. Guild held Its election of of.fleers .- tba pariah. Sarasota, will be Mrs. Frederick Schmidt deanery six: guide can to lead visitors made or cancelled with Mrs..
God to bless the parish families Charles parish will be held recently. Mrs. C. C president from the West to the Civic Auditorium Joseph Msrzurl 10M9 Biscay
dessert-card the host pastor. He and other
party at St.
in downtown Jacksonville.Public Boulevard Jacksonville
with vocations will be Jud '. Sunday April 12. followingthe Lewis Jr. will lead the guild pastors and the women of all Coast assisted by the otherdeanery ne
offered at 9 a.m. in the school cafetorlum Mth Street 9:30: Mass, at the Imperial ai president aided by Mrs. of the Southwest coast are presidents.All 18, Florida.

hall and 5th Avenue North on House father Vincent E. Edward J. Towey lit vice- working very hard on all of affiliated organizationsare schools

This Sunday April 5th, the Saturday April II from I to Smith will be the guest president, and Mrs. William the arrangements to make expected to send a voting

Dads' Club will sponsor a 4 p.m. The public &Is cordially speaker This& event will commemorate II. Maloney, 2nd vlce-presl. this a wonderful convention delegate. Your credentials held incomplete Educators speak

breakfast in the school hall Invited. Donation Is SI and the 10th annlver dent Mrs. Charles Hardy for us.The. should! be sent to Mrs. John
from 8 to 1 p.m. for the benefit tickets can be obtained at the sary of the organization of will serve as secretary and King 101 Mission Hills, Tem -
Azure Tides and Three AOKLAIDK, Australia' Grayson Kirk president of
of the school children. door or by calling Mrs. Richard the St. Charles Parish Coun Mrs. WlllUm J. Barrett as pie Terrace, Florida. Within
Crowns Motel will be the (NCA public education: Columbia University, and
Adults and children are In Brown 3415M4.BleMtd cil. Call Mrs. Nathalie Sand- treasurer. the next few days, a letter
headquarter spokesman has acknowledged Herman B. Well, chancellor
vited. For Information call I ford. GA 44479 or Mrs. Gerry These officers will be Installed with Information and instructions
Trinity here of Indiana : will be
that his schools, teaching University,
877-BT29. McKlttrlck at 425-WWW for reservations at a luncheon to beheld Both are adjoining with will be In the mall for
Blessed Trinity Women'sClub only secular subjects, cannot major speakers at the dedication
The "Junior Holy Name"will or transportation on April 22 at the San |pools 1 and the gulU he all organizations.We .
receive Holy Communionwith will hold a dessert card offer children a complete of the University of Notre
Jose Country Club. front welcome the following
the Holy Name Men at 0 party and benefit show on Kof 0Mon.lenor newly elected members to the education.Sir Dame Memorial Library here

o'clock Mass on next Sunday Saturday, April 11 from 22 Bishop Council Sacred Heart Board meeting room and diocesan hoard: Baden Pattlruon. minister May 7.Father.

April 12. to 4 p.m. at the AnchorageClub 2112. Knights of Columbus The women of the Sacred the exhibit room are there. for education In South Theodore M. Hess
Went (
The Ladles of the Altar Society en Maximo Moorings will sponsor a buffet and Heart Guild will hold their We will have the bustnens of Wit the Mrs. RogerKenney Australia, told a group of Dominican burgh C.SC. Notre Dame

will receive their corporate Donation Sl.fiO. For tickets benefit show at the New annual card party on April 8 meetings and dinners at the en's Catholic Worn. Sisters: president said Kirk will ad.
call the ticket chairman Mrs. Council Hall on Saturday, Lido Casino. Club from Lake Wales "You do what the state,
Communion at the a at 8 pm. at the Garden Center. Mrs. Hector dress an afternoon academic
o'clock Mass on Sunday George Blaine at 8fl7- 4)2.! April 4, starting at 6 pm. Refreshments will tserved. This Is within a few minutes Sacred Heart Serrano Guild In of the with all Its van resources convocation while Wells will

April It. The Children of Reservations may be made !. Tickets are now on ride and we will have Mrs. Lillian Will of Tampa Holy cannot do. provide the children speak at an evening banquet

Mary will receive their corporate ClearwaterSt. by calling Mrs. Margaret sale for $1.25. For further Information shuttle bus service at all Family In St. Petersburg and with a comprehensive The educators and two Card:
WeUs MI MIS or Mrs. religious Instruction." mils will be a
Communion on the or reservations times.A among group
C< Marie Heckwolf GA 40137. "Education should have relevance
at the 9 o'clock receiving honorary degrees,
same day contact Mrs John McCall at prominent speaker will Heart Guild In Pinellas Park.HwulhMefct .
At a business meeting of All\ reservations be to the whole
must life and
M.... SP Jim The public Is In. he Auxiliary Bishop Clarence Father Hesburgh said.
St, Cecelia Women's Club made by April 3. Guests are vlted.MaHlanrJ I CtMiHt Deanery not merely to the utilitarian
.:. Klwell of Cleveland who U
plans were made for a earl welcome, ;Mrs. James Lacher of St Jo- aspects of life" he asserted.
to be held superintendent( of the education neph Catholic Women's Club
St. PetersburgHoly party April 21, 1JO:
In that Diocese.' "Hither: In the home thethurrh
system ,
p.m, at the Memorial Civic Winter Part In Bradenton, Mrs. Antony St. Petersburg

Center, Clearwater B e a c h. St. Margaret Mary St. Mary MagJalenIn Archbishop Joseph P. Hur Honks of Ave Maria Guild In or the school or prrf.erably .

Name Church Mrs. John McClellan will be St. Margaret Mary parish honor of the fifth anniversary ley will celebrate the Pontifical Sarasota and Mrs. Irwin !I. kit three places, children

general chairman with members will hold a continental cabaret of St Mary Magdalen High Mans on Tuesday Yerke of Epiphany Guild InVenice. should receive Utr.o

JACKSON'SSHOES of Circle ft assisting with on April 11 at the Knightsof parish a picnic for ill parish- morning and speak on lion In the "Scripture" and 1M

the arrangements. Columbus hall on Highway loners will be held this Sunday Wednesday evening. Oi Undo Central II..8/1..rJ. taught the spiritual basis l of '

Circle report showed 1011 SO. The evening will In- April 5, from 1 to 530: at Other speakers are Motuil- Mrs. Theodore Antony of St. life HEINZENI

cancer pads were made and elude a midnight& supper, and 'amp Sun Pedro Kveryone; Is gnor John C. Knott directorof Msry's Catholic Woman's "Unless they receive religious

DON BARDELLA lOll hours given' to hospital a combo. Tickets are on sale to bring their own picnic the Family Life Bureau of Club In Rock ledge. Mrs William Instruction from at :t
M.n.9r work. Mrs Anthony Imhof fur $3 per I lenw>n. lunch.St. the National Catholic Welfare Whitney of St. John least one of these sources ink III. a ink a... s*.

641 Central Ave, IAMJ5S reported one lady hail made No tickets will be sold at Mary Magdalen Altar Conference, Washington UC.Dr. Vtanney In Orlando Mm. they will be turned out on rk... i4Tan ...><

61 dresses which were des the door and reservation are Society will sponsor a White Peter Regan dean at Arthur Snyder of the Cocoa the highway of life with their onrrx stases..
..ice4 a lit* A. I.
noted to Sister Superior limited. All those who wUh Elephant: Sale on May 15 and Gainesville's University of Heath: Catholic Women's Club minds& filled with a Jargon of ..._. .....II'

Mrs. Fred Preston deanery to attend should contact Mrs 18 1 at the Super Value Market Florida; Father Michael Cannon and Mrs. Harry Grimm of St. languages technique, skills j

chairman gave the highlights Robert\ Chandler, Ml 7312.Mrs. Route 4:1fin AltamonteBprlns director: of the Mission Charles Pariah Council in Or. and crafts, but bewildered-. and

c>If the rlC'fnWn' Coast John McCormick Ml. *. Details will be dls- of Nombre 1). Woe, St. Auruitlne lantto. untaught concerning the fundamental

PAINTS l>eanery meeting which w.* 4tt7M, nr Mrs Itarlo IcarUl. cussed at a meeting of the ; Father Frank M. The report of. all of the conception of life.
held In Ht. Petersburg. 13 Ml' t T3- \. group nn Wv.,itvwley, April ..' Mouth. former profcMor and dan.rl..p.r. .txwllejlt and that.. .men and'wpraea are, living p
WaVpaper Ties/ for floor members from St. Ce-..UI"I..rl.h at the home of Mrs. Herbert now In the Chancery' at St ,*till,..' a tremendous amount (Olll*." '

& walli Driveway Sealeri attended. The fall MiamiHarry Jaeb./ Aturuitlne; Father W. Thomas of work. It Is always e<"r)I" \
for Painting: ; & Wallpaper Larkin pastor uf Christ the to hear these '
deanery meeting will be held ('oUtle; Edouard C.
Problem s.. "ROY' King parish, Jacksonville! ; and A novel and v 1
at St, Patrick's In Largo InvernessOur
MU Mary Teresa Crosby of
and Distributor
Father Vincent to: Smith assistant Contractor
ST. PETE PAINT POT A 123 check was received St Paul parUh. St. Petersburg iJiJy of Patlnui spiritual moderator vf was given by the Went
.because for
Coast of the
41 afflllatlons
"Cuiowr* Color Servire"; from an anonymous donor to has tarn awarded an A free hootenanny will be the Council. ; -
Corer Central & 2 Itt St. III I prevented to the MorningStar Education: Fellowship\ as a part of the entertainment offered In the deanery, reports Yiken Metal, Ceramic:

TELEPHONE 194-SS School In Tampa.Mra. teaching assistant. at harry by Our Lady of Fatlm Mr' (Urenre Williams of were combined review! and and. MOM! Tile
HI. .'..1'. C lhulie Home.'* written up In story form by 9l7. 4rnSt... s.. 3474101FUEL
John MrKlroy: asked College< for 19M: M. I..rlllh l at their li rbe |ue dinner
Mrs K J Wiles, deanery historian
members to be giving serious The dflUfhter of Mr and The event will take placeon ( Ur of .J4kMHfUI, a dloc.e

Enjoy AUTOMATIC thought to donating their eys, Mrs. T J. 'nhy, Mow' a ken- April A between 12..H: ) ant .*. board member will hate of Winter Haven She

"Keep-Riled" tijxiii death to the Kye: Hank, tor at the lltwral/ arts college 4'.'.> at Good) Counsel imp charge of he roafereare oMeJre called U the iTnklent's! high- I
.. lUhts. and It was just that.
DELIVERY She will have more detailed stilted! by Adrian. l IhimlnkanSisters The camp U located ju.t off iUjr nuralag la It told the story of the ,
Information at a later date she was graduate) highway 41 between KWUI yearsactivities | !

"PHenei- from lit. Paul High School SI. City and Inverness. It I I. about It .was without very any well repetitions. done IDITodaJIBOWEN'S! BLUE RIBBON

St. Pei.191111. Petersburg, has been an active M miles north of Tamp Lantana and Interesting.A FINANCING
CU.rwittr 44MJI4OLDEST INCOME TAX member o/ the stulentn
Retreats note of acknowledgmentof .i'! Kelp yen buy er bt.i1clyo'
Returns Prepared > during her collegeyears
Port OrangeKplphmy ew home' at fewest
Father Hugh Calkin our and letter has
Eipertly and I t. now prefect of prayers $r*.eWe! Oil: Meiosis Put Kim: wart fee
.ect. te
: OHM, well known 11ttle been received' from Mrs. John yew.
lUCILlE I. HORN the H.sIallty.Jacksonville.
and LARGEST JOO }rd Avenue North At a meeting' of the 11(4.ptany CMer and Detroit areas. F Kennedy, 862-2450 First Federal Savings

'IN PINRLAS Phone' 142.1)1 teach Women's ('Iulof'" will .h. the retreat of April .'*,....e..1 the. NklUiul. Wl NONOI STANIAIIon AA I w electe for the fvn M at the Cenacle Retreat ctttn CASIS Of St. Petnb
ht." IMulKUctkrt n. irf
"8M61 and litoreM (...ewll.n. ,
:I of officers for the year were' as follows/ ; Mrs, house 11..0 South DUIe ... Lady el ..... <...._!,
Julia White. >reki lent MusLoretwi highway (Route 1), Lantana
FREE HOURgAmbulancc :
24- |
St Paul Woman's Guild will hoe. her least day .. April ...
Wafner, 'Ekepresl.lint (south of Taint Reach). Father
For CstKoKci Of PSnelat
1.J : Service t.,ke pkire nn April *. Mr County
1- ; Mrs. John Wanner, werelsry. Calkin, one of six: from needing Is the key to un
( h.,iU. luuwnnf'l will speak
This' rtHMMenlly .."tc-. wllh_l Mrs T. J. Walters the a+Bte family In the Ser. (WnUncHitg. to portuntty ty, Calvary
f... .., .... .., w ........."..'...,. ..-.t ".lljr Tr.i.ed to the _um.... Her atb4.ct treasurer;; Uti| Mr*. John aRe Order cumJucted the to new worlds Celebrate National Cemetery

Alle.dsnl. Ieygea Ey.lppr4 will tie a N "k review on a Cray. ........., re|>re' enUi' ':\e Sorrowful Mother Novena InChicago Library. Week April 12- Endowed Cere j
PHONE 342.8821 AMt lmtre e AnywkereCll """I. currently popular' tank ,
Guest **Mieker, for the e\rn for several years. 14 Everyone should t..hUme
| UMII. Ing WM rather Jme. |{.rllhy Fermrrly' editor' o< "Novena to reed I and red Hill U. S. It et ,W. St. Ne. Phone' S2M2JIOpen

C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME N te..* .be I I. stilt a frequent .,. K etl time
at M. .-*****!** BMrt.h re< e* OfftC. t.. PM
Cemplete. Fwnefal Servixei (roes Sin! 101.| :..*. St. N. PilgrimagesVIK.N He spoke on U.* mnltr.il, and, contributor lo ,its C'OhUnnLTN the wonder and the delights Daily ,.M. Oft S.sd.y y

r 1A t>(') NinethoiiMnd { physic*} ae4t uC the < mrtfUten retreat whkh<< h* will of the' prints word.I'ntt .

Aulr1en girt and acct Ike shroud t>f give will open on FrfcUy. May the contention

For Club t.J."I between the ate of fl turtn. April X at 6-01 p nv anti clog month, GREATER WEST

and II ...... -symhultc pitfrlmtea" The InllietkMi banquet afro 'II Swwfey. April S. aN*" t 111 A bint. ST. PfTEftSIURtVS LEADING TANK

hnuU" be made .,.........
For Holy Name to the/ Holy U*ttlwrtmt heM M tfe Kmr r* tit I Reservation
lent thrwi the/' the CeiuUle Retreat e
reeding of I My 5rt1X... MM P M. Mrs. J<..t>h Kum II- une uw

For Church The chen dJ,.t..l into and W,., lien AixlerwMi are The Flower Dell

tUTfervnt air. srvup. read the dusTfHen.Tfce Sanford ir. snw.w

/t Gathenngi"WUferDONUT lkM|.l MvowstU that deal r ce uly orr....t Altar K .f 0 Florist & Gifts

Cal. wash siwrinc ptte &tthe "Ibvtety ...>m-i| the The St! RkH+eU OwtrtiS I 1421 I C..sr.1. S*. ,....-.. .,.

Holy. Unit "... --4'rte. ehrrttuet of Ow Mine, ,+ 7 In ,.,.,..,. Ice hvtng a Pe..n IU..7U" IU.l"l TWO kinds of INTEREST

an.s were m*... at tHe tnvHetavn ,...,* Mr, Oeurn t\,.,..|- dtaner at AC: frMtb ..**.! .halt
.f LUn patriarchAlUrt a.",. pre irlatt. )MU\. PaulinePen. on April 3 hems 4 to 7 ,.a PERSONAL and up to 4%!

tkrt OrVI. 9t Jen*. vw..r....... OIJt I v tot deMrto font

er Dud drop inPatadena ..-lids wins. hba \\Mt. ..-.4rT&X A will variety be served, It was an- We GIVE One and PAY the Other

Ar, )4I.04| J4t St. I1M141 At the Me Wen, the rhHdren "...'. ('k rte wUI be trlurte Bounced.Tteketa. I. .6hmbar F.01C. I 1000 TYRONE Il YO. PWe. J4Ml I)$

) dMWted m\ey' they e/ the bl MW: v ;. a4UWe
rave fcjr gtUtg up s. .et4 .... beW... Jh* *,. April at It for 4\siu are sad 150 for ..

ARE YOU INTERESTED .ale Tike ......, wae eeett to a ..
erbedWed tar VUy J. ,.
iii. duwwf .te frr UM fceewnt eltc
children s vtlUc* kit Kore Si. Pe4.abw KINGFISHRESTAURANT
shish hell wttk) Mr.. K art .. Knighfi *4 \....... 1

Guaranteed Income For Lifettw.w.ca" rwsppwt.st pa. hr b.c", CaUk WI,. u ,..,..., buJdlnC Not 4441 h s...... P4..4

[..", pie& TEXACOFUEL
fee .,.Jy tli.000 S SEAFOOD AT ITS
Appro*. fD.TOO .S .buy fOWl . u urotJt CIS. o. It* St. Ve, GaT" @
.f $Illo.oo per *****.* fer If*. tlS.700( fee e w.""'a) 11tox P''. St. PeNnW kW Golden Fried or Boded Shrimp

fl // (tM 3a.. M to fee yew** e* eJe 'I *. .., "Riner.!..".y Fv.I Oa Ca" Succulent Sc.I
'IMJ (.). vfGsL iwai <>p.
: U 7.J 101 tat ... toe AdwK4. K..p Rt s--.

-. E.esgst: I4.747U [LOBE. ........ k4,4w P,.eed r. .... Utclous Lobsters
- - ,.{..si., ,, .
... Ots.om.4 Teal TOT riroauTsT
Neow _.., ... .. 0-4 .... ixxmoo FUnD _
Wo webea el of ,
rHON' types lae4.a sew tarrp>> ('K.tw nail
AUX TCftAi /. .,.... -LUGoI SMALL Il rnTRa LDa Rouaa _

.. ".- ----- ,)., ..% S*. s., AU WOIC 6UAUMUO-Pe ear 1._....1. CHICKEN AND STEAKS I

URIHOATf --_ AWL- ,.c. pa .e Oils. s..$ 5woe MIM13sea. Si. P.4 aia,1 PI.el.. Per S44-4t24 Clew.sw. t.,.. 54442 J' AT FAMOUS JOHNS PASSg

e 3 The Florida Catholic ....Ilb)., April 3. 100..
'" ... .. Mass guideSUNDAY.
---- r r ;,,:

The new }
__ apostlesVacations April 5
Octave Day of Barter, Low

Sunday. (Mais! of Suncl i)

given to mission work Gloria. Creed Preface ,


R) t.lrnn II. Killlrr uum had nullified Imagina' that had been donated to n] MON'DAY, April 8

THE \meui.in, stmixuv lion. Initiative and self. them thu! giving the vii Annunciation of the Bit.,

.. tmuhle a- MH.II j< respect Lagers their first electricity ( Virgin Mary. (M.t s a i It

they entered l the primlllve The students received' noealsrv v missal for March .':>. .Ion .

.Mexican tillage On a \\ dllomeone they were required to Aims achievedIn Creed Preface of the I 1:1.:I Ied -

hid |p)"itntecl' the f.imilijr pay their own expenses and Virgin Mary iTCFSDAY. I

and l rll..cuurlllllltlllt't't't. the were I.tt'tl| l to spend both village, several
.. : April 7
ingGrlii8i>-. RO home* And their summer vacation* at Project Pal alms were
(Mass of prevlou sac:" "' .
when the \merkara tried to hard labor achieved. The people lost

chat with some children the \\ hy should thtudtrnta be their fears of the Americans 1 e Gloria.! Preface of t:.<,i i.tr )

youngster ran away willing to do this recognising them as friend! --v ; 4BfeA ; \\T.nNKSn\Y.: : April A

\\'hhoukl this \be" Whyshould and .when the villagers joinedIn l.v *x* & Fur this to h..... '
: I IYoJr' I
the villagers, who the w*>rk they realized Preface of t.1 i I ,
needed l '<> much rrsnt thee Pal. "was an v|>|x>rtunify !I. they could have. done It all- Jill.nSY.prll (JlMa
( Mlhulkarliun, a thane Indem
friends who h.uj'Ul1Ie to and more on their own had 1 ,
: of "
*Mrate the ( hurth'. t a prt'lulh11"
help them" their tillage pride and sense ,. .
concern fur the iiMleiUI welfare t t.lorta.; Prefer of (5.T
of human dignity not been so
The an"Hrr% U) in rnvulNrl of |HH>|>le. a rhanre to HtllMY. April toIMass
by generations of
| <' n hi"lui). Fur onmeM how the pmplr how to take ( : \ of previous Sin' i iIKirU.

; I trans lli.. ..uC't.e..kltr gu". rare uf thrniM-hf muteiUII Irving to elude government ( Preface of .I.Il'1
attention by doing nothing
rrnoirat* hate been biwtlle nd-Mn the lung run_ptrl- 4ATUHDIY. April .II.

lu the C'hu't'h.t ....Ioa. tally. Hut It was I. ft.... VlMathai St. Leo 1 I. iVpe. conftatw ., ,

limr, rhurrhr* have her Project pal was tidy fulfilled Lccsburg altar boys honored Doctor of the Chun"
In the
'lIIallof Santa Maria
< l cloned Mj., fnr bidden, All It he elsewhere
may |M,.M. of the feast ;tOil
t hUN h |property| ii.nfl'OC.IIII'd de Guklo, for example, n when sew niadeat (o to Meko \- Recently 27 member of Rt chutxh. Medals of merit wen examination and attendance at Preface of Faster: >)> I

l ind the Cathellc |>icItannrd. ,. !girls New from York Hunter City, started College a. to other village. Paul Altar Corpa were hen., ml at warded to eleven baron the basis l pariah Manama and reremotueaaMiaaa SI' MHY, April 12

hou--painting project even. Here, seven La Moje College Recitata offered' at st Paul of marka receive In five written ainca September of last >ear. 3ix1 Sunday after F",lni ,

Two tact circumstance* tually acquiring local volunteer Syracuse. students first --- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- :Vita nf Sunday filori i
hat resulted .First other help when they showed discovered that the "., II.e'l ( rent Preface of EasterConstitution: i

.tntl.Church forces, tuch as that there was lew disease In only water supply was polluted Coming LeeiburgM Scripture studies open

cbtnmunliim. have taken deep a clean house Haring brought causing typhoid. Locating Paul

root. Second. In a country AX pounds of medical equipment a new underwater Recently :1 inemhera of St on

that purport to be 90 percent from New York they spring they tapped It. then events I'> ?11.) Altar fwpa were hon to Priests at Institute

Catholic, moot people located a doctor In a built a cement tank from -i I at Miles" Kreltata of- liturgy published
young T"'. ....*. _.,. ...... k...- i
hate turned away from the nearby Mexican city .who which the villagers could fit. ._... ._,.... ... ...... '. M at M l*.ul, Church I.>.eeC ... I1I.KN: HJ.iN: Illlnoi Father. Ka> mond K: Brown
.. .... .... I."el. ......... tae .
Church for the take of peace, agreed to spend two hour a draw water safely The students .5e.. __ ef ,....... _/lye ""> M.t ale of merit. were S S., American Scri|>ture scholar la one of eight experts \ .ITII.,N I'ITV <>C)-Theoffltlal

safely e\en their job. leaving day In Santa Maria giving also constructed public sill. M ........ ,,'..nIttt1 to U Imya on the .who will conduct courses at the Summer Biblical InatltutM publication of the

a mere handful of vocal free medical treatment latrines, the first sanitation '>.<"u i of .mrka re f>lve r)
Jesuit j Catholic to fight for rellglouifreedom. From the University of California system Buena Vista ever had ..' 'men examinattiMM and .t. Sedla, hat now carried the
Saturday April at St. Mary'a Seminary in
came 45 students who Then student ...... Pariah MaawHiin
one suggested: 1. Fort llmirrly. Arimary.Tampa ir '< at ItaltlmoreAfter jtln text of the liturgy con
virtually rebuilt the village of "Now.' .why don't we build ""t I cereewnMe* Mitre' H p>em. tltutlon enacted by the ee
Tb. buffet
tllUr dinner
the .tto.rlra.eludals ; U. ordination for
his the.lUx
Jesus del Monte After refurbishing church'" I-M, "...
1. umenlcal council anti the January
entered. was com- pro followed" by dancinf.Buffet -... latherilayaasd
of St. Aufvintlne.th Is.
the school they went "A church" a villager said rhUM r""vtnc medals I Iere 3) document In which

"let Lad.I'Of'd miwtljr....of .bo... who into homes repairing furniture "Nob dy here has been to and benefit chew, lists! DneeT. Phil iKerrw r hrown' was released to K.R. :. 2 1'0,.. Paul VI ordered puts
and building new clay church for years We don April 4. ft pm. K of C new mlnaHe4ml of It brought Into force
council hall Orlando. M.. ...i. he >>limt the. Sut4.4y *TSt ..... .
Moat of these had been baptized ovens then starting vegetable even know how to pray" I U.i nt. Kd: Mcllale. Hoi
by their parents, but gardens Later .while girls The student aalde can gnaw nuhop Cuundl 21 It .. hale .Fied )lurf oll. Jeffnmier. !Milt' .ki> a. a mulu prttprkv U entitledStrain
more In lupentltutlon than taught children the mate students show you how to do that too" iponaor Kotirrt. QuInneU aelI The fifth IrMrtltule Mturgtam:'
fnr "tlM4.II Ill hM.
in faith and few knew anything Installed a generatorS And It was done. Chicken dinner, .Father \+- I IrrryMlllanw. \ at

about their religion. '\rapn' .-'- ."" ........ pee erhnol. ttaytonafmc. *. Other vntmlivn _,"' .. Mary knoll H.",*INlf' untie re,l.ler for 'lads week, urdr !. asmneerleg I paMlrailuaj
l I". ..|.'.>annihl|> of Allwrt. Tar either. week >
The l> the sits Ihe allca rr.-
ntuilenti had not goneto April S. 1.10: to pw. M Mi- tithe AH Charles' HUtananu. |

the village to teach rell ., ? era Club, apunmrDinner v blur Hlaantuino.. Jokn 1......... duel Meyer Archlahop: ot tJM-h: werk' ., Ike UvlllHle bulletin Hated ..n Unk 1%

glen but the people had ps ; f 1'..... J......,,&. JIM Kay Kn Ihkaco.lkrr. |. r.M,Ule la "lt..elf.The .
April. 4 bit 7 pvm The tnt of the motu pro
learned the Americana were : Kay. J.... N....... John >.. Rr.. M and lb. ether arhedule follow. the
| liy
All ftiMbi M.tel, hall .an...r<. prtH now plhltsh.l
talholtca and that they had St Htrhartl Cwtnrll UK.puniiur. \Mlaon.. Charles. ......-, Tom ... beta. .. ..lit la Sure ... hoer Ftrat week June )July S atta must .be rtiiialtlrieil. offklal

ronie with some mliwlon purpose Ita..r. Mike My an. Churlsrward a ddy 'otr a ...... .. heir ....Mrrl. 10 ate .l-ather Brown, IIIA It presents at sevtal l

In mind. This wa reason !smith. ;. ThuoMHMt, and .. the Ie.ltel. e.h.dele' a in. "The Kln.<'Um of U."lln l |1.11"4 Mime hng... .which

enough for the villager to be Parish dinner April K ian'\ b7lw.nl VotooneFrtHvr .hems.Itn.rrlplkm the NrrlHuree MonaUnorMylea render inure .....r ami mureprrrlka

oiupicioua of them afraid of t Jon parleh. Jae(>h'i th. lest which aipeared i.
them resentful of them that the MrUMnnea hdtilWI I of Father New
|>irk .. ,,,",.,,'* ciKir.*. la stated In I In n.wapulur.|
The Gringo the the rhurrh i<) anNKtly .
Catholics April 5. UH; : ) to 45 t. 0.aun..1 .-l York. 415 P 1ft. The "Itibleami 11"" etwee. to the norma oatut
people felt would P ',* the ceremony and thanked" t>.. Institute lwi"ltur. M lot .
bring II' Her
only (: C. mp, Our Lady of Mural Ifehmt I Icy It* coMllttMlun '
government attention to the Pathos pariah tnvefneea -|-tally the parents for .Iowa nard having, l. MM 1\ Areilemla .
village, and with that would sponsor he4r Irtttreet and help In the "In the .|4rH of t hrMUiiunvvnUm AI|>htMwUiM, l\ome. The re*!'-"I! """Ien til thr.
.e' t h I. ....-.n. htuiu iirovt", uri.>nally i.
come more trouble.Projecf a iralntni of the. > .,. 'who se Italy; ? .t) pm. Word amitUirunt ,
Rummage sate, benefit OMT ,abet at the ....,.. will 1 ><. ilvVMnt to an easetlea. and! Vatican It/ te*ed by the WlkUMI. t'"'"

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Everybody aiksOpposing Gad world

Catholic CommentJustice all heresiesrequires From humility springs sincerity

'CERITY Is a quality This Is where the danger lies

stern measures SI highly prized by televl- Our de..lr* for the good

belongs to the Lord lion entertainers and rated opinion of other easily tan

Church used Becular Father get out of control. That it
ai doubly precious by the advertising

CAN you legislate morality? Or will strong legislation but often fails in its THE for the slaying of profession The entertainer Leo J. Impreoalon"when we' try on lo others"make I good

a make people good? No one effort to curtail corruption. heretics. Why didn't she have tries to Tres

will deny that society has every rightto AU of this should point up to our the honesty to do It herself* Image of himself! ai a We may try to make an

families that the hope of our nation when Frank J. to earth Impression on our boy friendor
Curiously, people I homespun
make laws, to enforce laws and to and lies in faith inGod's girl friend. We may try to
our people strong without .
protect the nation and the individual. of Sodom and talk bout the Inquisition hhredAnd! person Impress the boss or neigh
justice. The story affectation It ht can
However laws can never make they early always mean the bur or a new acquaintance or
people Gomorrah could be repeated in our himself look and sound

good. The only reason for being own world. Lot could not find enough Spanish inquisition Rut cere," the audience is sign of hnmlll- someone with whom we do

good la that ultimately God rewards cities for God Medieval InquUltlon estab his. business. The moment we
good men in those two I Is the virtue by catch ourselves peaking

good and punishes evil. To the degreethe to hold back the heavy hand of justice. J lfa hed by Gregory IX two and -, Advertisers, parti I onroeltrs .s w* acting In a manner that is or at

people accept this principle, and The same is true today. When evil men a half centuries .earlier really Catholics have reason to the producer of ..d accept our. variance with our true self

only to that degree will true justice outnumber and outfight good men, involve the Church aj the know how untrustworthy U commercial, try equally .: not much In and for the primary purposeof

prevail in society then the world will bring upon itself terrible court net up by the any statement about a reIlglon to capture the elusive but thanks to winning someone's approval

What reason can you give a child the heavy hand of God's justice. Spanish monarch don not. by those who do not of a headache sincerity. remedy Whether a limitless po- (or arousing his envy), in

for doing good or avoiding evil if he Peace and tranquility in the world The earlier Inquisition actual. know It. spray or a cleanser the that moment we know that

does not believe in God'a justice? It will come and corruption will be eliminated ly WM the Church's own af-- !In this IJIItance1I'e haveon. to make you the of Cod and our we are being Insincere.The .

is sometimes apparent to a child that only through the efforts of men piece evidence, namely customer: feel that shall try to Im tragedy Is that by our

the good often suffer in this life while for good. Individuals must therefore fir.There h.imltxioka publUhed by Ins duct: was designed In the mean effort to create a good (but
for the Interrogation false) Impression, we defeatour
the evil often prosper As the child look at the conflicts in the world today .N no understanding numlturs Unless the your benefit and not for not inflate our
of Catharlsts deceit. own purpose. It Is seldom
grows older, it will also become evidentto as struggles between good and evil flic whole matter of h.rlIrIu'nlnl did apply to monetary gain. The that fool
question! really realism in the we anyone by our
him that many avenues of advance -and must admit that God is the only | wllliout fttudytnx, ( II.nil the Pat bar 1st belief they liner's only purpose (he the word. It U simulation unless It be ,<

ment are open to those who have a basis for commitment to the forcesof ,\ the krjr In the study I if would hint been no u.s. for to say) U to make hypocrisy. If sweetheart, lover being notoriously

lax conscience and are cloned to those the good. Morality cannot come the ttrrrttf. called (alhurUm. their grisly purpose. healthier Individual.The happier or know Gods blind. Usually our
groomed .
who follow the principle that good fa) from the state cannot be enforced by What U. quite certain anyv hypocrisy w* efforts to Impress will win

to be done and evil avoided. lie will the state. Justice la mine, saith the The machinery set up to )"<> \. In that what 1 have outs fact that .., the twenty- us nothing more than pity-

also notice that society may seek Lord. handle Catharlnts Will later Imrd/ Is what Catholics even contrived and ..|> of St. Mat if not contempt-for our pre.

toted agjlruit others; but It U thought CalharUU twlicved.knuwlng sincerity has such n There our Lord tensions.II .

a fair bet that It would not on the marketplace, hypocrisy of .
that this .Is how Is sn excellent etercl e

Sacred have come Into existence but It .. In a bets make us realize what" I Pharisees In In character building to
Scripture they saw pats
able quality of and cut like
for the panic Catharlsm ler pn| ..lllon to aniteroliind the watch onroelTM for evidences

I aroused The. heresy wa a nay they reacted lo It. To emphasize this of In.lnrerity.|

Life's examined clue relation I of Manlchelnm have only to look that you are

vexing problems founded by the I'eralan Even a historian like II at the people we In the classic It even can be fun to try

C Lea, who docs not love word. You are to outwit ourselves as, very
Manes, In the second discover! that the !
Third Hook of Psalms the how. the trying to humanly but foolishly.
THE problem for him. century and best known to the Church, express most admire are the ap very

1\8)\ ) opens with a r,'er and. It was only after ('hrl.tllnll txrauxe for so long view (In his "InquUltion of who "ring trufo." than you are. we try to create a false Imageof

pinch mental angulxh that the Middle Aged") that the are an aver our true self. One note of
piayerful consideration of It held the great AugustineIn thoroughly! genuine
Father r the answer came to him. I triumph of Catharlsm would you very warning should be sounded.
of life's the tenth we un.lf.'onHC'lou" and
one most vexing century
In the third stanza (1S-22)) have meant a return to "pri catch yourself Sincerity Is not synonymouswith
John J. find I it flourishing In llulKrla guile They say what
problem: the sure*** of the he gives that answer The mitive savagUm" and that e. In acts tactlessness with so-
From Bulgaria It mean and mean what
wltkH I and, the suffering of t'aitelotIn prosperity of the wicked I Is / hx enemies were fighting for to which, per called 'brutal frankness"
moved, I to the South ofF'rsnce say Their whole (
the gixKl Many j psalms town hors llvril and eventual awlftdestruction "jJr, r... and civilization"! \' have ad- Tactfulness 1s an act of
,. where In urn King seems to proclaim I
nn thl question In one wayor await them How Hobert sentenced thirteen The truth seems to Ix that what I am I hope charity by which we try tu
blind(, he woe not to have natural for avoid hurt to another
another three of them :lit J profile to death for profemlng while many were attracted to will tike me as I 11m. personIt
recognized this! be well thought I U completely unselfish. Insincerity .
48'. and 72, com directly fait It Its adherents were railed 1 It. thoM who were not saw It YOU do not I cannot
the first Uinza ((112)) 'HecauM\ my heart wan embittered people. We ilo 1 I. a dishonest effortto
to fare with It. hy half a doyen names, hut as a kind of nightmare. If we to I* otherwise"
the author describes the dl*. and my soul wan sometime horrified at and. If not win approval. It Is cum.pa..ly .

or lhe.e three, psalm 72 I. turning well bring< of the pierced I wan stupid and principally' uthurl from theCreek Ire with which they The trull of sincerity.! I JHet l rojicctetl .Iflah.
word the 1 the ferocity
In many HI)* the moot. In. "I and Alblgenalans fought It. w* must
IcieMlng.The sleek and healthy; the Ills and brute lx'..t In your pre pure ones ,
from the town of Albl In theSouth that nightmare. The backdrop
cares of the ordinary run of acne.
psalmist (bare hU soul I of Franc, which was
mortal seem not to both..rth.m Our qaeMloner I.I whollywrong
.,!i'l' confuses quite frankly Tli. fourth U-ZX
slanM ) line of their strong centers that the
at all. \Worn than Ihat.th..y In thinking
11.lt, thH ioblem> has aoirlytilM klile. ,, |Hwihrljr| unit beautifully waste urged
flaunt their wick h .. l secular rulemher as
openly t 111" '. were' sects among; < hur u <
his faith. the reward of the Ju"l:
edness.In In the war
them but funiUmrnUlly
Th* Introductory v e r 1.1 lh. i..n..Unl frki il"hlp ofSoul ) based fjre. SI I)Ell I NO the of human Judgment" But

,1.lte clearly the them of the Ihrlr fm.lMi pride theyKost (lhiNm was epos( CON the federal
these failures of human
of judgment
the rlnrlpl two power"
whole\ ) Jill'1m. They begin 1 of hating conquered There to I hint of which held the >lrlln The rulers were fighting It tnent's activities and th i
iwrrrM a IJIM | We would Indicate a lack of
III* without heap from long before the Church ,
with a firm act of faith In any
eternal' blriMrdnr In .1| world\ anil Ilitrkiie. sums expended It '
(: -1'l s gixnlneM and Ju.tl <
.. (2n4.. 21.: "anil In the .nd( you will whl< h h..M Ih* wutia of mailer In (coin as no surprise turn by responsible heads
.. on to tell how thin I scull lit the puseeir t CatharlsU were burnt ofIIQVf.rnm.n.
HO clo, being leering' pe.|>U and point. lIN rn'kv* m. In gh.ry"Jot (>in>P* In 1033 Tn Inqulv waste t I. not department ..nd.gf'wl..s.
faith ram .
) the author knew much this costa the "
fart lhal they thrmtelte The sin wa to Hon was not e..UMlhed I until .
shaken supreme
"Nously ; nothing of eternal retribution In'" not readily ..
h.l.. reached he lop In 4>|1'''n bring rhlklrtn Into the world. 12.11 In 1s'twcrn every ruler' vv'ith proper.. control how
"J luw good Cal li Ii. the would hf computation, for
If h. did. h<>
defiance of the divine I..". slmIt meant drawing' 1 I who had I to deal I with them Coo, 01.1 the '''.1 Office depart
uptight, the LOUD to \hone had no |>rnblrm to bruin government' I'
dark tried to, destroy th..m-all Inrted nient
buy decks
down Into the more than It
who are clean of heartl The MToml atanaailiHKTlb ((13-17\\ with, or at leant 1n>. of a spirits much luoer than In
n os of matter All HlwlllC"' the pagan ruler Hahram .t' could use? The surplus now
*.IJut, M for me I almost ** the mental tortut.'hl'h problem. "In the end" mean business.
tlvliy therefore. WM sinful had slain :Man*, plowing with, rest In warehouses to which
all tea has caused thepsslmiet like ",nntu. :Many years ago .
lt..t I my balance, my fret here "'*''nnthln
\\> might womtr how I rIlilon *- In the two hundred) year created the general wooden pious I the department Is paying
tut allpiH.il. Imaim I win ally, "after' a while"The
whkh thus made Rap that. we are now considerIng office on th ni storage fern And not long ago
fnvloui of the s hen l I" miffrflng tog to serve
arrogant wonderwtetb.r psalmist
II IN to
i4n llhajry a rule of life mutt l lhav w* flml I me.... lynching waleh.k,1C over they could one department *o overbought .
I saw them rupi.r though It wan really worth now hut he l confident thatbefore
sir*.d M rll"|Mly a t thm and ruler (often of authorised ",*'MaIa. carbon paper that It
liked." llvt long God will\ reward l..pro.
th.y wets to try tn a gom
this. on did. enough hostile to the papury Hut the authority of area of would take fifty years to u the lift and on the rfnt of him for hfe fidelity"' : ,.hoUllhmy
In While< :il language. WM lu|
death. the for up at the normal
The answer lies In the two making penalty limited to reporting' turr .In the rate uf
flesh" and heart wa lets of heart ate tho** kdo|>tlng the aptMirrntly rtvoie, my .
ly.ta of mmhvrmhl| : thrr.were the prartlr of their religion ,prcnd..l l for purposes sections of e* consumption.
Owl .ta the track of
i I I"<> lollow Gal's law With jiroflUbl attitude of ,the away. myhMt
mgli,'e.q <>f 'Uixi and wIckeiL Hut he real..ttrl thelemplslkuL. and. my |"....U..fi forrvvrFolhtf the {perfect(, who nrd \* Among taw.e .find HenryII lerwlrd or specified ...t oVpart One way of lightening ...
.. UM. full rule. Initiated t ta h,' of England: who hl St.ThomM grow. It lacks aut!\ procure' | |
utter devotion. Thin did nut aulvt .. ever government
.kiwi of aacramrtit calM a Herket mu rol".1 chaUefig M'f'ftt'Of'WP' to .
expenditure. would b. set
tit. rofwoUflMMtvun; a n
r. .*... th* audtnte.. ..... under ,smesmunkatkn. I..cifte .11""r." thought the ..>- < agency sn wrrMe -

: MUho l V. Cannon who acnutml the ideal hot E,ton more notably w* Nevertheless. GAO t won go out lo rwngreM with *ulh. r
to fMtiillii'tle
mu< h nl theg
Mission of Nombrt D. DiotCiK6tt dill not Mini lh ma.|vr" t.. lieu the Empere f't..i.rlrk ttantly turning up ln Thy often e t. r n nienl's
in II who .M arnti" In battle) procurementprogta.
: prtw It they nlajhi of unauthorUnl and him purrhs ** ...

dulg I th.mel... ..*xiullr aMtaX the IViw. and was. expenditures and, .huff storks

l : CAptCKS 111 with a i.-t l deal of frvwlonithta only rtubtouoly I CMWianhlttwif. port to ronsT***. tit In sjo rnmenl Another has been suggestedbv

Wine u.xi.ri u.. l a, moat government r*>|"' .. On kepreratatHe Karl V'il

WO kDOM of the fl*"II' th..r i Iud! mn saw ('atWttiM are **Mum road or anSMl sorvvrs suit of Indiana During OVhsu

f o121O/1 l CAtholic history plan WM to r.r*>lv. the < "n not M a tsngr to rdlglon., line .( the principal quaatltaM of a oa Use pay Ieereee. bill

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e S The Florida Catholic! Friday April S, 19&1

Pope says Easter holds meaning for believers, unbelieversTHE

following is i transit! He I I- risen Christ Is risen poetic expression r dogmas. of contrsJIclory Yoa will see that It Is sublUntUlly -

of the Easter Mes. destiny; almost e doubts that lease no peace, Mwltlve.

sage which Pop Paul VI delivered Christ saves after referring to wwwpff or slMardllles without emape. Christian life Is a force that

In Italian on March Brothers and children hear that Is, to the or m.,le<\\I.tI..n. muonl hjr ile. liberate, purifies, transform

:29! from the balcony of St. me still The fact of the Resurrection Christ, It goes on their and ...Ihlnen,..... Kverythlng: Is reduced to the

Peter's basilica. concerns His history self out in vast goad to joy In Christian II'
Perhaps some of have
Brother end children of which Is the Gospel 1. and It paeans on the Inexact or more repugnant, Ing It U human. Hut It l.-
Rome and of the world concerns His life human and Nation. which Is aA .tt more than human, for It i-
: concepts of religion; perhapa\
i divine, at it manifested itself in which all of I'C'tmltlllf'll by the vii ifs in! :a
Idea of faith U
your errun
Let there ring out once In the living person of the ably Involved and! Ineffable present of tli.
onus; that It offemli ag ln tIntelligence.
more In the course of historyand word of God but It also con. realized our spirit the consoler, the 'i 1'11' .II i iof
It shackles progress -
upon the face of the earns us. In Jesus Christ the Resurrection Christ, who comfoii, "lid> I
earth,-In this year of graft Gods plan Is realized; the there follow humiliates man. brings sustains It, and, gives It tin
Mdne. to his life
1964 third year of the Second mystery of the redemption of many } power to( "perform allxu.5 i i
Ecumenical Council of the mankind, hidden for long them great and Perhaps some of you aremore acre of lieInit.. of 1101'1.i :.

Vatican and from this city ace, is openly revealed! In which this Is one: Ij.- eager and therefore uf 1 loving It .Is MUII''II)1'|
which marks the meeting of Christ we are saved Our des. tlon-or perhaps! ; without knowing It more prepared tlmlnttc and creative It e"

human civilization\ with the tiny depends on Christ in My the R trt catch the gleam< of Joys happineM toitay In e\:

divine plan for the world Christ" our problems find their sense of religion 1 the light, for If you do net potation of perfect hapiUM.-v!

what Ion-let there ring out solution In Christ our nor- sclou"re*' ") Ni'r.1' lie In .Idleness and Ignorance, tomorrow.

the powerful and JOYOUS message rows have meaning/ in Christ the gloom of your atheism Why ih we stress this .1..1MHt
: Christ Is risen. is all\ we hope for Faith will dlbte the pupil of your ( of the prtMchul l fe.i 1,1'i
eyes In order' to strive tn rend
The Jesus who was born at The Lord's Resurrection 1 It Is on the Why Ki we reduie \life lived
(In the dark the answer to the
Bethlehem of the Virgin not an Isolated fact 'it li a Christ's Rf'Jurrt<' In acitirtidme with rellHloiu
why' and wherefore of thlnin
Mary, who was foretold by fact hkh concerns the wholeof religion which priwlpka to human happtIt .
the propheu and was a master mankind; from Christ It and life from Him 14tw is -. Today we Intend to show man

In the midst l of the iople extends to the world. It has a and siKh are only one ray of the light of \ U easily understood I F"i'

of Israel who was by some cosmic Importance And what strength, the tw Easter: for all who Wire" to we wish all men to experience

recognized and loved, but by a 'source of wonder It Is! That holiness, that catch It, .4 s greeting a gift the '...Im. of Christianity

many rejected, execrated condemned tremendous! event affect all from the Faith o or at least a sign of our great which It tIC) other than the

and crucified, dead men horn Into this world Him In the ) love, eiecllly| for yon, Christian ilrlvatkm of the mystery! <"1
and burled, this same Jesus with diverse and dramatic Christian religion ---- -ewa---- *, for you faithful fain. Easter: In Us usual genuine

Is risen Is truly risen, on the consequences: It permeatesthe only fulness of llt" from Roman suburb olhs. who alieady wets opento esprea.kwt-the complete alutlon

morning of the third day. He whole family.tree of man to whoever rrofH >> receive this light of the problems of nunkind. .

lives again with true life, new kind; Christ Is the new Adam his heart, but "I>r< Paul Including: two Umbn, t goat baskets The first ray of Easter .

and supernatural! conqueringfor who Infuses into the frail, Itself an ,' working of artichokes colored roaster UK, whkh I U the risen 1I't\ To>> you, therefore .who are

ever the great enemy, mortal organism of natural a desire, stirs up Sottccaflowfrm, wine and a silver olive branch Christ li In tw who really suffering we sprcUlly direct
death. He is rUen. human life a vital new principle neaa. sets a target I ass prrtu commemorate hisiatt ,,'rl\. to I Last! thristlan live. air Faster greetingi. may

real though too great at and so Keep .' of It ls k>y. ChrUlUutty \Is Joy. you who still hunger and
How ran we spread .s<'hrneftnafe a for word to exprem, a principle of religion e\'r l gifts -- _- -- .-.-- The faith Is J Joy. tlrace Is Joy thirst after justice, you who

In the woild of purifying rebirth a world \i urrrrtloin I is found at the rallies us to th. lmmm'eewlenl n..1tWml..r| this all men, my 1..1.lf and are weary may

My brothers and my children seed of Immortality a link of On thin ( < > tirflinning i'f that sue .Vvel of that twins without *..na and to-other" anti t frlemssfhrtat you have a Joyful sn.1 consoling .

listen. It is we who are living communion with Him. to recall the rf'U l I ie certainty of U.n.IUII whom there U no fflrtnln Is the Joy th* trill joy F Mler We shies send

the witnesses of this fact. Christ, even to the sharing which ha dIo. ) II.. ....*.l hy faith .>a on for existing for thinkIng of the witch. our Emitter: greetings '1)h.*

11'. are the voice renewed with Him In the Unity of the many mm of >"h rknss th* auul with for working, nor any. na14 1Ie\ true that Christian UfaIn young, you who have the Instinct

from year to year throughout Holy Spirit, In the very Ufa reasons' which ,. power" ai. ."...naa. of for hale which .la h'M austere. It U mi stranger for Joy" hoping that you

history; we are the voice make of the Infinite God whom, to have *..* I I .. Word of Ood. from ifarvfMion Every: g.nuln to |pail and self denial; It o>- will know how to find the

ing itself heard In ever widening \ again lx- au>* of the (ChrUt convictions \ nuTfict and are rvalua- religions. truth U the n ama penance slat sacrifice; MHtn of Joy t.un"h.. .

circle in the world; we we can In our happiness cull turaL McfcMiUflc I, .i huth of Man and of hu- ilan of faith aiMl wi rr It IIH. the t.rim, sits, merely "'tllh&&.. I.'o.ullI...-

are the voice which repeat our Father. M",Ul pragrs, .tfc n lift is daatovsl by th* ma- waiting for II III the iie.ttlawn. when lh. Urn ,coma IWMV- urahle things, l..yon
the Irrefragable testimony of \\f khoulil! reflrrt mw h on hate confused the I .". Tltirs of modern thoustht In the full uplvmhtr uf Iv gi>*. out to meet. suffering |Iy su v*.., In the profound

those who first saw Him with this anlverwil ulu. ..f the of "mmlem man ..n.. by |laws..cal ..p+- hrtalian% wi.knn.IUI and sleuth. reality of II'., whkh Christ
.birth ta the ... stimulated by aortallupRMMil ... reveals. .
their own eye and touched Keurrerllf of hrl-l.. for It "H'" we beg 'Ihme who have Shut In Its *enlUI. M....If...
Him with their hands and l 14 the kourte of the meaning to the rivluaton, > o. Man t o d a v m lellsloa. *r who m. .S'ln.lirlllton hail.. | krUlUn life (U h"f'lderail | To ,m.'hrtatl.n.*. viwclolly

learned the unheard of realityof of the human drama, the MMlatlon own por he can \ H-I.. to recover thU evalua la JH muter and ... I II le itMds \lllumlna-
the event which triumphantly of the problem of e tll. n | thai Ik*) nr. Uh..iln. | UI.I' dunn. nf I hrlsl In Ik* logtat that you>> will learn
surpasses the limit the origin af a new form of iMds no on* .*.b* .n which .by himself he ran- .n.lrr, the Me|"bt .f Irr.Iloari l llh 4l....iir.* a Ik* beatItudes. to rehab what yet pmuien. ".o
of all natural experience; we life, to which we live I the fundamental and t find that you mr five to the
mysterious work) in* testimony It II...... .
are the transmitters from one nunie of (brlMUnll) light helps "
generation to another, from own life, and Modern fascination for th* iMttmnny uf true 1t" II'1
nation to nation of the life- 1 Recall\ lh* song of the deacon allied. he can Tho* fillMe Mho have pits ...... I

giving message of the Resurrection at the beginning of .last astl.be (Mrs* for < listed| tn that .vmU.llr Amt l while we eitn
of ChrUt.e night ceremony' a song for exlMtm. for rig. .lttfllWl; sl.nlflranl change pitfall Pope saysKOMI greetings to Ham... h. thr
which is the mast sublime and lute which fat.'R irmnnv which h.. twalghl (huh to OMT brethren" nil
\\ are the011'. of the
t tti lIMo K.: .trf \'IC'I' of the ..|mrt N| ,from .... t,, all hv
"aul1 Faster:
:NC morning
Church founded for this purpose : ( ) lVw<< | early on
.iiMul must le l m for thin spread throughout Bishop Sheehan is / .T rwtl" seta. ... the triple. drove tn the working clans lloman suburb n( "Hctteraminland It4'' lho who .n"
the world for this ever i-rlrbratt llaaa 'In lh* 'ICIrtah churth of Our lAdy of
thla and ...........i.nt nMh at ih* | .....,., r>..Mv*, w* Impart. ,lu
militant, for living 1.1"' ar the "M.* wadi. the OJivea.. .. '..
all mankind, t 0 lh* .1
hoping, for thin to of Omaha
ready ton auxiliary ( fW Duhnir hla tift m-alfal that vanilnl' *<,1|
, firm Hi with it '.u" ", 'hrittt' t artnum u ......... .4 a KMlmony of truihami
meaage ..... at Owl ",.. light lo cwt a rural renter aurmuiv,l'<<| by farm and | asturelanda vt life : Ireneslltll.n
blond It IN the mvwuige .It t th.- OM.III.\ (OD-Bwhop= ) Daniel! f: Shcehan MB in in* ...1'......:* prif- but 'M now "largely Imluatrlal', with only a few our apostolic

Faith which like an angelittrumpetcall crated titular Hishop of Ca|.ua and auvlury .. .... id* kevluaiat uf in* farmers remaining
ring* mil *gn.\ -_ ....i __ _
Omaha In a in St C< today in hed\fi<< and,\ on rtrili ceremony l The fl...,..|. ,rf Mum* ralliNl. I I
Th.4t I >-\ '..iol |I' iMvth wtMtiim. ntUt... .
itwiMI 4 gorse atel imTin
tn a*....r. flan Ora- NEEDED AT ONCE
< hdntrlkir irf the imurw an h .Luna V. Cay Joy punt' ....
duirrir since lest/ was out Nebraska Tfc* .... ... Thank Irma O thai fur
Palm. tie b. ail ,That
erralad by Archblohop Ur nnserratlon ."" kiiwUsist In the psehl.rrlfhhi ADVERTISING SALESMANFOR
In. ........ SIM. not <.. CLEARWATERMONTERAY
aid T Hrgan of fNnaha BUhl preached by ", : of ( ..rt.t a uruvMsn-- .
"a ...... nonfiufcinand
"I.l Shvahan u th* first Aua ward J Munfcotor i ItofH In the darkness
hw. ih.
ill.irv Itl.l ..h Msssm. *.rM Ie) amaeiwl hyrhame
the (.aha archdloiaoswMrh -aU .... ...
wa eatablasb4 aa a tsar asist am. !, Kvcry r.ltfWili ha .to half anrbanlasl. by eh. ..iit. .. C...ll a.', /.rw..wt few "'." If' cartes. tip.eb.! ..

ill.*** to UMSCeonbrratsan. ...1...... aid. lays .rtwr
Mobile Home Center ware INahnpl eel the evmakMy r ila...... raw eilln-. Ms**. is""Tkl -. wun -

fe.turln9CLEARWATER l (1. Pesch.ng" of f.r.iixiUUnd ; .lr.1 I TNt rites ........1 *'*fi thiHiflh thy ta k. Ik* .4..|rf k**.*..

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MONTERAY DHMAR bmadras t. It I ....%. in* n lr rl.* of She. .., Ml..* .k. ..M.Pna .

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HERCULES i ClEW t.. umasl a sire... .... ....rlb ddM as ... Ml .*.. al wYus a..-. HAM, /Aoa.I I fl.'U'
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p'rt.n III tega .., Ire to u... Sato." S.t. tote. .hr sew/.. .... BRADENTON SARASOTA

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WITH SAYINGS FROM 40% f* tO% ... I. ... ..._ eat Irv
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For Bishop Moore Page 6 The Florid Catholic, Friday April 3, 1964

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I I'!' Students reap science awards

ORLANDO Orange County Science Fair picked a altitude chamber, a re-entry tion. Beatrice 1 is 17, a armor ...
I crop of Catholic winners here this year from Bishop shock tube, and a G.force cen at Bishop Moore studying the I

Moore High School, St. James School and St. Margaret trifuge. In these he tested living new second level B.S.C.S biology <'
Mary School in Winter and nonliving subxtance course. 4'$1'V
Park. Botany division, Mike Becker, under condition they would Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Benedtt-
honorable mention. face In outer space travel. tl live at 830 Huntington
Four of the 13 winners of Superior awards three for Tom, the son of Mr. and Place In Orlando and sent Beatrice

the Bishop Moore High I Fair), Tom Mailer and Be- Mrs. H. T Mader of 718 Braid- to St. James school Her
School Science Fair In Orlando atrice Benedettl.! wood Lane In Orlando 1 Is 15 research for this project pace g

were granted hpcclal permUhlon Chonen for State Fair ((19 for and Is a sophomore studying mcmfly from book.. She plans .1 tOPAoTY
by Father Mortimer BSCS. biology. lie has entered to continue her studies
Fair), Tom Mader and Beatrice a* a
Djnaher. the diocesan director Benedettl.Propec'ts science fain twice now marine biologist.
of School, to enter the at Bishop Moore and twireat Patty Bunch studied! the )
are encouraged' because
Orange County regional Scl- Good Shepherd School. He effect of Glbberellle Acid
Fair.Competing. they give student a v*
once received help from a modernp Four Other Plant Growth
source of Interest and an open :
against more I II a 11 1 c a corporation and Hormone on the abucUion,
floor to research at their own ':
Aha I
than 300 of the best science rapacity level l. according to Ward' and got Information root deformation bud Inhibition rll"IJ"c 1
students from all the
Orange the Biology from the Naval Air Station and gall formation on
County MchooU, each of the faculty spokenman. and the Space TechnologyCenter. beans, squash' and
project must be experimental Win award in Science Fair
four JIUhop l Moore student County
Investigations on living Lie ho|>es to make plants She consulted with
received top awards Including plant or anlmali. physics hl/i career Dr. Gardener and Dr. Rasmus- Research on their own brought Moore High School.-She is a junior placed third In the County bow
three first places, one third (BSCS. mean biological sen of the U. S. Departmentof recognition to Orlando Catholic high school winner in the botany division; and Mike received honor
Student do their
own research
place, one honorable mention., and contact authorities science curriculum study.) Agriculture. students at the Orange County science division from St. Margaret Mary able mention In botany. Not pictured
two out of three of the
Sup Beatrice Benedettl made a Patty, a graduate of St. Margaret Fair. With their instructor above
nor awards of the entire fair, Some work under teacher School in Winter Park. Along with with the group was
Behavior of Black BlowFlies. Mary's
and two out of the 10 place guidance during the hour for Study this she built a of Col.School and U thedaughter Father Robert E. Fanner, are, Tom Mader and Beatrice Benedetti, Patrick Flynn of St. Jame. School

on the team chosen for the before or after school. Rib special breeding rag and a C \V Bunch of Maitland.Mrs She from left, Michael Becker, Patty Denise won a place on the Id-stu Orlando who won a top place ir
bnns, cash prizes and scholarship and Denise Bunch Beatrice Bene dent and division.
the earth
State Science Fair, carbon dioxide anesthetizing Is 16, a junior taking second team to the State Science Fair. space
Awards were: are given and, the Catholic chamber to prepare flies for level BSC.S. biology, a winner detti and Thomas Mader. All ex Tom took two first place awardsin
U.S.A.F' Aero-Space Power school are getting their experiment on sensitivitylevel In last year' science fair, cept Denise are students of Bishop the County; Beatrice, one. Patty

Award, Tom Mader, first share of then from sciencefair for detecting food the and I III thinking of studying r.JI rru _

place. participation. Orange relation of walking; to feeding, mwflclne. 1l!!
Earth Spar division Tom County winners from the effect of Three Different Color which Bishop Moore Is the >
and food selection v* nutri Michael Becker ittidled the
Mader, first place Catholic school system entered of Light Four Chemical only one In Florida. ,,yl1, ,
Zoology division, Beatrice the following project: l rl. y i Solution, and air on the rate The Orlando Catholic Grade

Benedettl first pia('f'. Tom Mader. built a simulated of Plant Growth and Photo- Schools held their own science a- _
Botany division, Patty Hunch space environment laboratory synthesis. For this he built a fairs and sent their winners
third plac*. which Included a vacuum clever hydroponic chamber In to compete In the JuniorDi
t'w which each plant received a Islon of the Bishop Moor

RATI11611 Pte. different combination of tent Fair.
conditions. !Some of these winners received
Michael Is the son of Mr. permission to enter t t
r and Mrs. W. R. Becker: of the County Fair and two received
1407 Vantage Dr. In Orlando, top prizes: St'L.

V.-Zw and I I. 15 year old a graduate Denise Bunch of St. Margaret
e>f Good Shepherd School and Mary' School Winter .
now a sophomore studying Park placed second In the
BSC.S. biology. He did the botany Division, won one of
research for his project on the three Superior Awards
t his own and plans to make a and a place on the 19-student i
career of science. team to the State Science
s l* A'A
ti a X, Tom and Michael are Fair.
studying BSCS. biology, anew Her project on Hydroponics
,d : i.M i. of the of t
biochemistry approach, wan a study effect
.5 heavy on lab work, begun various mineral solutions on
three year ago experimentally the growth of peas and beam. '.. b
through the National Science She consulted the Department
Foundation help by Sinter of Agriculture and hopes to
Mary Martha SS.J. and continue her studies as a

Repeater at Science Fair Joseph Warren and now naturalist. Senior student takes prizeA
taught by Father Robert E. Patrick Flynn of St. James
Farmer.Beatrice. School won a top place In the
small visitor admires the black blow flies'
Orange County Science Fairs getting to
earth and division witha
and Patty are now space
j be a habit with Patty Bunch, 16, of Maitland. For studying the voluntary second yak and mineral collectionand study which won a first place in the zoology division
at the County Science Fair for Beatrice
the second In this Moore .
year a row Bishop High level BSC.S., after having an ultraviolet light viewIng
School student has won a fair prixe. This year It passed first year H S C.S. chamber Benedetti, right. The senior at Biahop
war third place in botany, high school level. She Two first places for him The eotir** I* being taught The name of Patrick's project ) Moor High School Is the daughter of ).(r, and

ia the daughter of Col. and Mr. C. W. Bunch. Tom Mader simulated' environment laboratory t. tnUrmtMt outnUndlng students wi Rock with an Ultraviolet !- .. V. Benedetti, Orlando.
spare by Father Farmer the Light. Th pu.,..... of
On cutbacks won fist place in the U S. Air Force hour before school starts and the light In to change the
ORLANDO Aero-Spare power' award and in the earth and It I I. being tented experimentally color of the rock and to bring Panama prelate

O KM M) (\O Solving space division of the Orange County Science Fair. this year by M out the mineral color that ORLANDO
WINTER I PARK somelementary* problem of the Catholic Tom, 15, the nn of Mr and Mm. II. T. Mader, U teachers In 63! If h >ol* of do fUiorexc TATIC.X CITY (>O -

____ > ___ school system by a sophomore at Bishop Moore High School. Or. Pop Paul VI has named WINTER PARK
dropping grade was opposed lando. Bishop Tomas CUvel Mendes

by Monnlgnnr Pears P. 41, of David. Panama, at

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Clothes Line h* succeed Archbishop
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Plans a career in scienceMichael :, t.' "I}!" HaM-fct. Resale
Goes to State Fair "ClltI. )'" .'I\.:'T t\ r of roiri.K721S : ; I
IWker, who attended' Good ShepherdSchool
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MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN In Orlando anti Is now a sophomore at Having gathered honor at the Orange County ,rl '- E. COLONIAL DRIVE/

MIMN.KTK: l tN>.'IU' TO C.41 lluhop Moore High School, plans a career in netenc Science Fair Dentae Hunch of St. Margaret Mary 01&1.." o oi sslai
*. For a *start he fTC'fl"-t| honorable me ti.i
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Family Bucket O'CKicUn J3.95 County Science Fair He .bi the son of Mr aid student teem to the State Science Fair. Sh*

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Page 7 The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 3, 196-1 Sports comment

Sum and substance

Detroit hopes Freehan

What will Vatican pavilion say ? leads Tigers to pennant

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will the Vatican Fni-EHAN-S: th *
WHAT tfc>" .( evangelism would BML

My to suitors scud at .M-.h.. readily to r A" et After h* finished Joe /
at Bishop (lUrrr. High<< SchoolIn
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at the Worlds Fair As the dl.pUy purposes at the pas .r a
St \\llll.m.
Petersburg the etre-lt
opening t1f'us. our hope Is Father t r ha si'Kill cluh lure l him from J

that It will reflect a bright the pavilioncould \ the \. of Mlchlgin: campus llYn

image of the Church of 1864. John. R. pktur. the great aggiomamento f.i.j with the standard IIIII-')() etpert'stlewpolnt

Which mean a bright imageof ShrerlaThe going on in the I bonus. played him two years
the Second Vatican Council Church, this colossal fermentof In the minors and brought .

which U the most authentic renewal in liturgy Scripture him up last spring. The

expression of the vitality catechetlcs, theology! social \ ,." youngster<< got In lib games, flng the Tigers last least

hopefulness and compassion '---.., action, architecture and 'A ,:. :.". hit 2$I\: with nine home runs, tin III h..! fifth, : "it g:,mcs of

of the Church today. peon( ought to tees 1 the arts. i/ :I r ...a w three In three days, plus two the pdie "'UUan: .:nL the

Father Gregory Smith the story of Pope John an i Thirdly there art tremendous ..,.. .. .. ,- doublet. a triple! and three chart olU It I hate read,
Pope Paul (It U dramatic singles' all In 10 at bat*.
writing in the Carmelite magazlne really onestory pnmtNlltles! In .
.tad how did Mr lire
The Scapular, deplore the slur\ of the inmcll the ecumenical movement 1 "My I problem" wllh Iree.han Just

the plan for the Vatican pas' John began and Paul con within the Church. Pope ," Mined hurtle 11"'l'n. aen expert to bridge a rhestnof
such n I la hurt
tlnued Paul
\ilion. He feels that they represent pilgrimage to Palestine the TKer manager I'l 'to

the Church of anotherage At this Council the Church and his meeting, with Ortho _. h re' mk him re.lu. how goo 1h. | a time'The

and do not reflect an Image has l >come more keenly lox Patriarch Athenagora U. chubby, mlllcnt lltttfelk .<

of a living Church that is aware than f.t"r.Ielor." \ of her would nuke pictorUi topics" >w. who one quartet.

opening out to the future I role as servant that speak \olumes. 1y *night now. h.'a erased l. hatketl. for Ceorge IUliV prpractkally

confess that I hanot seen The hirrh'i. Innumerablework Fourthly, in this era (If"Ital t h"'t 1"It.II. l'u bean Invented the silver

the plan for the pavilion so I of Interest In the underdeveloped rooming him w Ith M II t k lining for clouds Mr Opu
charily t>( ednra-
cannot comment on Father countries what n..uh. No. 2 catcher, to mUm himself' h* has wonnir

Smith's specific criticismsbut publicity potential there Is In For Charities' service in OrlandoThomas tsmlShn him up give him i>ennanta In the spring

I do agree that the pi''lIIon Stamp display sef Pop Paul's fourth Counulobjecthe' J Aglio. eat .t.\'e a"cirVUU In OrUndo. Th chairman prelacy eonflileneeYoti than an.\tute *U. )0:1':

\ should Image forth the At the Work! accrpti the pcoceets! It" rrccnt wontlnR the check Mn AnlM! Gay know how that'sworking turn this aid.. tlf the Chlraguhlt
Church of today Fair will t" millions who out' The kid keepson \\' S o I dugout genius
for World's Fair benefit held by the Mc( Air Force was aMistC'by, from the left Mrs
come to It with the Image of telling Mike tv* duesn'twant arbor Alphons U>("'t,
One great figure dominate flue Catholic Women's C ?I 11 I fur erv. Grace G (xlwm, Mrs. Patricia Onnell .
take Ms
a Catholic: Church that sternly to Job away In a unique spring, *xhlbltlon
the Church. today and It \\' K lets to unwed mother a' Mans Stella and Mrm. Marilyn Korona. from him that h couMnX
H T 0 V, Mj-"arha ettO condemns the modern _. .. on .ik ublhii should h* the dominating. -- ----- --- "-- -
(> A stamp collection" world"with all Its works and ability It h* wanted( l to. and) tuntl.y In Lakeland the Tiger .

theme fir \atlran pavilion. underscoring the ecumenical pomp.." the manager moat t>* craay. scratched out two vUto-:

Christ 11th. head of the movement through the ages See to birth control New films "I'm art old haiwl at wet ties 0the Whit Sox.Freehan .
Charrh and what Pop Paul! They could go away with open
will be
displayed In the.U- nursing the. shy youngsters.
Mid to the Bishop* at the Pavilion the mental Image of a (huirh w..1..N. _.tI, ..* .W..lfl'>4 was behind the
can at the New York This isne> *> Pt"nosing I IIvn
council rum b* applied to the World's Fair this year the that opera| wide .>. t the world, clinic in nations capital 5, .... a qU.a .1 t._..,. sing him to sleep. and |>lai. to rail the pllches for
pavilion: thai hooks l Spun the world nit llrM game win, SI.
Sister-curator of the Cardinal I burp him tt u II help. any
with' profound understanding )tarslly usobjallunahle
Let there be Spellman Stamp Museum WASIIIMiTO.V' T> Then the third Irishman
) of
no other (: )- v arcrullocfw WaahlnR-. .
..d sincere *.") "Iullo.. Intmen for general l |tam>.*t* >a| stew the "|"erle.re.l ltlmll
guiding light for this her has dlseloxed.Slater ton has announced' the ivtrull catching corp.
gatherIng format
.. n of a Family Counseling ,
-. tend.raese and a d. TIl.KH: \\ \IKH, ..tI | KIM ran lell) yew
but Christ, the light of M. FMelms. who Sullivan, handled the" pads(
Service to instruct aU wh seek Information the
acre la offer the mm of today ( UIWnl'lal. I when a l big lease learn l h.
the world. Let the Interest of supervise( the only mu-eum amt mitt for a 30 Wince i .
our minds be turned to of Its kind In the world at a message of friendship rhythm method of family pi, ninjf >|..r.lly .*.ibje llwn.l>U fur wan with a ttjearold "n' Actually, only two of Dr.<.
no salvation and hope. At the name time, auxiliary' Hiahop Philip M Ilannan, 0.15115 and a.li>lerenlnrii trine rlrhr, del In IhelrIdikeUnd
Regis conducted
by still fU
other truth but the words of sent pennants were
df"lJorf'the! docUlon of tht I of Columbia r. thai l I. Tl..f..'
Miatrkt commiMMioncm : Miir rllttTFSI: mp
the Lord!, our one Master" Sister of !St Joseph here, And they should go away < leg" at season's .nd. moth InllrtMiklyn
Let the Christ light of the said. the stamp ....ll't'tlon11\ with, armfuls of attractive a week earlier to ffer fare contraceptive ads TIIK: (It's,I Iralnlag g.seL11nwner V third fell limp

pavilion shin upon great Include stamps depleting the Catholic literature telling thin vie at the municipal! clinic t< anyone who seeks Information tit '"'c.IK IU:,"' M 1'\ Itn || Charlie Dr*.*.n Is In a playoff defeat
(Am i I llnil\ i iItOlUV
Church leaders who hat. journey of I'l'l" I'aul1 to gotI news to the folk back Nay Kianrlr and .ein.1 l lol .llH><'"g Ten yais ago he.1 l "Ilow (V> I esp....t ti ma V a
preached the words of the the Holy Lana. this year, the home In a letter to Or Murray her title.. .tau TIU: Hr\: ir: I.. Idling the" Yankee all by up alth\ tl. gnm*
Lord and translated them travels of St. Paul from The pavilion ran gene to Grant, director of health, t1IeIIl't/ (l'\ ear i himself Sow the Titer Icicle lir.*wr r.|
(Into action. First among Caesarea to Rome and ".nll tell the world that the Church Hlnhop llannan MM th* pub- Private couruwttrtg will Nivaltanl > Mu.lly ...nbjerlla..h1.. mlnlaier itnncttUs, hell n"d "\VM w* put yr some

these leaders are the vicar. In the live of Popes who that was buries by Its undertakers lie clinkfinanced hy a ,2i!lhad two .venln" s a week fur adults a little help g-..t trn<1 *, w* h,\. sofa

i.f ChrUt, Pol. John and convened general councils of In the .lait century baa rongrrwional appropriation., hen the clinic opera May i. ill C (CArl I "Th TwlM" ami Orioles. for Ire sung Ir".I.'II" si 1

(Pop FauL the Church. sprung bark to Ills In thiN contained element that see rather James (). Milan ducally ....hJ..II.) .n.M.. furdnlla savers" h* espaM!, "It. al.ways l. )w's m",it\tliig on i ii t. her HI

Chesterton wrote that ther More than Wax pernnhat century, It Is elite, alert and "morallr" repungant to m.nyrllI..n. tooleralor of the rllnta and with r..ettatea.. easier to test wn* than peahen t<> b* th* twit. of al':

compa*.lonat*. It offer continting .. Tb. municipal clinic director of the archdWresan Mali M\X, Till! (UACundemned > three'
viewed the collection
two that
ar* only) things can
had rr.-Iou.' t Ion oen family life bureau said marsclad
satisfy the soul I. a story and stare It went em display at answers to the questions Ibis U Mr" tHesicn's first ORLANDO
only to the indigent. couple will b* trained tIMl'1&; : (Cm: )
of the modern rind
a person, and the story must the library her tart May, mare full term* the iMroll bruin.
be about person. hinter Fldelna. IIleI. fur the anguUh of the The archdheesan risk. t. tr> work with doctors anillrtts all tol..... Ms tth a* a Mlgu < WINTER PARK

modern heart amt the bright b* heated .l a Meal| partih.will In the private eounllrg mnair. rvt"ualy
Th. Sister-curator also said .. ..*.161\1. II* sail tit Ie I plans 'for
hop of llf eternal In the h* .l.lar .. ('.'''.1'' Group his central, glow Illumtnatxl

unusual safeguards! hav bn world to com, .U..... I. !II... Tack RvMalo, hopeful that the government dugouts In Cincinnati J\r'lI'lL. BARNES
Installed to protect the prlcle *- and Church clinics woubt' roo >
ORLANDOWINTER Olympic visitors'religious lyn, Washington and Mliwsuk \ 'In \,.:itr .\ 'Mft
s stamp collection at the (>*rat4 to preside assistance '
.. IMIH t 11\ IUMk, tae
museum her. Sine the theft foe trims who cannot<< In eonswI.ne.
'$+ ( wi t"t needsTOKTO the combined' Kite: >:"t' t.\n:..
Lender m.nt.1
PARKWE *f a number! of tamp *vr- arrerH *.,, c. In ar.* .
fid* :'If. l rna HrU* l
al year ago, she *ald. burglar Uftral eontraceptlon. It I I. b*> collage.ot Mr I>r.**.n anti U h.... 1315,
alarm have been installed "1 h li.rd the government rllnto (v('-I'.r) ('.rdl. hi* I........ *.*.>r, huh ft'hef. I

connected to every : will refer such persons to the rat IM of Tokyo ha* organ
ARE NOT THE door and window In the philatelic ;r 4 Church rllnkx I..., a rvinmtii** la pro"..'* Hky sal< lit. I I. M..ler., .e Mee.l.w Hrunk ..lrrfW

LARGEST BUT WE TRY museum. The Caihollc rllftttf will I.. fur the '.11'.Wnt. Steele t>f hat a ttumt d..,lf.e4 f.e pear family

Francis Cardinal !Spellman .Aa t6rrk i'r: <<1..1 l by fir. George Hv (CalKrtll alhfoie itvl, vl.ll.fs

TO IE THE FRIENDLIEST of New, York d.>nate<1 hi. rag. assistant profor of oats during the Olympus Oam.*. DEMETREE BUILDERS

Per Annum, famous collection of stamps c' '. ."5 and gvn rnkcy it her this summerTft .
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Jl Thf Florida Catholic Friday April 3, 19! Washington letter

Providence was just thatin New era in protection foreseen

quake-torn AnchorageANCHORAGE PRESIDENT John F Ken- (the finding would be made .!... reports will h* for hi**

slnaton! may pibllc. lory.
1 mark for historians a new era
f r The Warren commission, so Its recommendations about
In this
Alaska (NC)-Let no one say a hOSe Nursing service workers country's efforts to
pltal ia an protect its chief executive.Much called became Chief Justice presidential security measure
inanimate from )
unfeeling mass of concrete and Presbyterian hospital
will be for the future
tecl. Joined the Providence staff has been said and Earl Warren head it. has as

I wag in the new $6 million Providence and volunteers to provide fullcoverage. written on this topic since its first duty to establish the No suggestions! made in this
Hospital in There division the tragic events of November degree of guilt of any Individual regard so far carry the
Anchorage when a massive earthquake tried to still. this was no 22 but suggestions or individuals Involvedin eight of word from the Warren

Ing.monument of man to the healing arts and ease of suffer those of needing rate or help religion-and those-only ing real authority are expected carry.. Preatdent Kennedy'sdeath. commission.

doing the helping In the near future, possibly Its second task Is to The United States Secret
I heard the five-story steel and blue structure, owned this summer It 1* try to separate truth from Service, an agency of the

and operated by the Sisters of Charity of Providence, There was comfort for known that this is a matter falsehood In the countless Treasury Department, I is

groan like a man racked with pain aa the successive stunned and broken city to being given careful consideration rumors and charge that charged by Congress with the

tremors shook its vitals. It was and is a living thing hear the new via emergency by the presidential have been heard. The group protection of the president.

I fell tnree timed in moling radio brnsdea.let'Provldenre commission to Investigate the has worked quietly and hard, When it was established In

20! feet on the had emergencies of her own l 1. operating| aod rarlag furSUter assassination of President and apparently .U InterviewIng 1865, it was the sole job of

vibrating main to meet. f..UII I.I..." Kennedy a great many '\\Itn..!!.*. the Secret Service to stamp
floor. I admit to
terror One member said It would out counterfeiting.
Initially all power ws out, Barbara Ellen and A
M I felt member of that body bas
no work of man could later was lost and all Internal hear some two score "princi It was only after the a<;at-
her five Sinter assistant
supported ._ e'pre *ed the bop that It
withstand thin terrible primal communication the -- pal witnesses" in the next slnatlon of President McKln-
except .
by Sinters from theatholic will be able to report to Prf.ldent l-
force, <. I heard material loud speaker were gone I'rov.idence month alone.Milk lev In 1901 that it -was told
( junior high school, IjTBdou R. Jokn.o>
crashing off shelves and w.lIs. was a small tlf'NlurdIliland The Annunciation to safeguard the president. In
The coordinated the tilt of keepIng Rahnl "early this .simmer" sad that .f what the rom .II.
wrenching, twisting action in a sea of devastationout the hoxpltal operatingand 1913 It Wit charged with protecting
continued n did the low of touch with Anchorage treasure the president-elect. In
caring for patient Sharing our
pitched moan In the sufferIng and the world. The auxiliary In Yugoslavia 1917 with protecting the Immediate -
On Raster: Sunday, St Mary
building, but it held on power plant hummed Into family of) the president
tills nearly fatal Good Friday action and there were ReMldente, also owned by the and in 1951 the rice
Sisters/ of Charity of Providence Attracted Faith when
The battering blows h.- lights for the surgeries and and Archbishop dies to president, at his request.
operated a* a nuralng ;
gin to ease Confidence that main corridor
home, was evacuated of This I* a abject which,
the hospital might survive Its fire truck were moved In joy of possession notedIT
.10: patients. It was too near rapUre public. Interest
agony slowly returned. and headed
pumped water from a the damage zone. Thirty additional Belgrade see especially when the aced for
Many of the nursing service nearby creek into the hopltal i 18 often an apparently. un1 ..
patients were protection ha* been as Violently
employee on the upper main Without water' for Into Providence' It cared for \IKNNA; (NC-Archbiahop) Josip Ujcic of Belgrade Important thing that demonstrated.Some ..
four floor had fa millet.K the steam hollers, sterilizersand kindles the Interest of s non-
them It did
as for all who died on March 24 in the Yugoslav capital after a long
sanitation, a hospital is Catholic In the Faith. Once have even suggested
lIt a tin' (I. atr* deoertedn needed help. siege of heart trouble at the of 84. He had been headof Father
L._._ .._.._ .. Just another building By the age that Interest lead him to In."UloIte recently that the last M) years
r timiinn TO lift IO inn "To single out any Individual
apparent time the flrat 'V'CUf"'rom the Belgrade archdiocesesince the University from 1912 to \" the Catholic religion Juhu A. brought so many developments
security .! pej art of service or heroism
groan 4.They. Presbyterian Hospital arrUed. would he a disservice to the 1936. 1918. he i III already well\ on OBrlesthe .II In so many different
Providence was his into the fold.f'hrl..t fields, that complete protection -
opera hundreds' who helped. At far On his death Archbishop (fn 1954 he returned to the way
stayed with the ho- tional. university for the of the president may be
a* I am concerned, it wa a I Gabriel Rukatko, 51, automatically honoraryrenewal has stamped HUhnith
pltal aa did their ..10 the well nigh impossible. Others
patients. By quake hit at of his doctorate a '
night when heroism
and .
sacS became Archbishop of ( with uih ml Uk
And, after the horror had 537 pm-caeualtles were arriving rlflre ceremony attended by a large have pointed out that even
ended their hospital did not at every entrance. said SlAt were PI' Bal commonplace b..rl ':lIrn. Belgrade-the first F..ntern audience of dignitaries, including able mark. that they ranMurrely Church. Then I picked up with carefully laid rules each

desert them. Many of the essential supplies I rite Blfthop to become head the Yugoslav-. ambassador fall to differentiate a pamphlet, "Is! One ChurchA new president, because. of his

The 800-bed badly. damaged had been dumped onto Anchorage put It* tery laU .of a Latin rite diocese: In modern to Austria..tnhbl It from all man-made creed s Good A* Another It activities and personality,

Air Fore Hospital at Elemen- floors, and had to he salvaged ounce of energy, muscle and t times This U illustrated in the pointed out that, since presents new problem

dory l AFB was evacuated In and sorted for UN*. Meanwhile brain' Into keeping Providence Archbishop Ujcic was bornIn .hop t'Mt' went to convention of Stanley F. Mac- Churches teach different doctrines Whatever suggestions! the
alive, and Providencedid Home In l9.' -(he first time' they cannot all be Warren commission makes,
It minutes shortly after the smaller tremors continued I the Croatian cultural center Nevln of Boston, now s Paul
quake ended and patlenta to rock the building.But not let Anchorage down. t of Start Pazln In 1880.! He hit MM. able' lo make the required lit Father at the Catholic Information right. they almost certainly will relve -
were moved into barracka. they were mere tickle Its heart keeps beating in earned his doctorate in theolgy .d limit' vUlt I. 20 center In that city. Them la I, a unity to truth. \ discussion of presidential

The Alaska Native Hospital compared to the first giant the living thing that a hoac> at the University of VI- year. Father Mac.N'evtn related his and (hrl.t cannot approve of succession. This topic

also damaged, was heavily occupied > blow. pltal Is.miles pens' In 1908 and lectured at Pope John XXIII named life story In this manner: contradictory. doctrine. has been much talked about

and located on the '..."""' .....,... ".,.,.,.....".. ..... .. him a member of the central I attended the Congregational In the last four months, and
In a prayerbook,
edge of the saver damage ', preparatory commission for Church because It was given to some of the debate has been
,." me by Father Carvlin C.S.p., heated. Proponents of change
arei. The 40 bed Presbyterian the ecumenical council I the the closest. Mother was a
; wa Newman's "Lead, KindlyLight" have related "far. out"
Community Noa pit II was following year. But falling Baptist, the daughter of a sum
without water and The 111m pl.tr"., situation they claim could
power and health barred him from play. fallenaway Catholic; father
was near the "One step enough for me, conceivably come about
severe damagearea. Ing a major role In the coun wa a believer but seldom
The 200-bed Alaska cil. crowed the threshold of any read on the feast of St. under present rules.

Psyohlatrle Institute, a u s- The new Belgrade ordinary, church. Most of my brothers Stephen, the first Christian Further such suggestion

Seined root damage and was t Archbishop Hukatko, was became Episcopalians because convert moved me to take will greatly Increase: interest

a. geared for general patient P rk"t Rlshop of the Byzantine rite they sang In the choir my next big step: Instructions in the vice presidential. candidate .

arc diocese cf Krizevcl, which of that church. At sixteen I from Father Carvlin at the In this election! year

4 'w' Included all Eastern rite Catholic was teaching Sunday school, Catholic Information center. As was to be expected) accession
1Pks4 left ..1!/ PretMenre That course showed .
with of Vlte' President Johnson
in Yugoslavia, when and at twenty. I was the supervisor
."Vital I. (*rt* .. a M.*. unmistakable clarity that the to the of
Pope John XIII promoted of Us who! pro- uncxpired term
III ..,. to l1/ ...k. ta..... him t 0 the rink of ArrhhUh- 'rain. Catholic Church U the one President Kennedy put a new

..... op and named him coadjutorwith I thought of studying' for true Church founded by light, for then time, on the

,tat... Barbara Ellen, ad .1 the right of succession the ministry' but just when I Christ and promised' the unfailing office 011(". preildent. For

atnlatrator, who never lost .1II to the Belgrade see In 1901.! had mufttered up courage to guidance of the Holy thl reason, and others, the

eonfldenc that her hospital Archbishop Bukatko, who consult my beloved pastor, Spirit.I major political. parties will
I would weather nature's worst ; had paid an nt..n.lvt11t to Pr Hautaln) he. was taken was conditionally. baptized select their "second spot"
In the
sick and died. chapel of the nominees with even greater
I attended
test. ordered full scale emergenry the United States and CanadaIn Catholic Information
And she 197, was named a memberof many other churches, looking center care. Top flight personalitiesare
I > ...... made my first confession. and
he less
--- for to reluctant
the round! help, encouragement ..n.1rompanlono.hlp
I preparatorycommission
California town devastatedAlaska's on the lay a postdate hut. because received I Holy Communion to accept the secondary
the happiest day of life
lEACH MEMORIAL In Itwo.. When the. council of my own shyness and the my role
CHAPEL Good; Friday earthquake; lint south of Alaaka. Five drowned convened In ]
.., r4....k.ri ....*> is*.111 produced: a aeries of tidal wave In the boat background which was elected to lu commlMlon on Interest of. thn... around me, ordained the by Cardinal Cushing -
Above, the downtown section of Crrathen dumped by the water on the side the Oriental Churche the desire wane*!. on least of the Con*
SEMINOLE lEACH version of St Paul Here I'm
rent City, California was hard hit by walk along with the statue of Christ Now the toil who write
MEMORIAL CHAPEL happy shanng with otter
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... r.....k.tt u. MM the water which swamped the eoant and. a. child's ball. left. New Cathedral straight wed| my with vtcvkne crooked to draw line the pretiou* treasure t found
-- ---- - --- -- -- PALMS.
JItTT.1, ladle < \t') me Into a new circle of in this hallowed place,

PHONE 177.7124A. Pieta ready for shipping llIInl.h.btlrn. BI.hop .\mbroMAb > 'friend I became acquaintedwith iSEMO1UAL.
oli'> Of I), of \uavapur. the PaulMt. Father of
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am solemnly hkawl l his new Park 8t"ei and awn was 4r .

P. BOZA RIVERSIDE' CHAPEL to World's Fair opening cathedral! here on March' IV sharing their oft the job mo N. tr...-...... L s.Aevl.nte ..._ ...,....4 A. 0-,... .,,.... M. 14k41

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I the principal exhibit In the Vatican. Pavilion at the New KeraU to he stateGuard the tallest atf'f'pl.In .......... .. life !I. a ST. AUGUSTINE ST. PETERSBURGKYLEMcLELLAN

York World's Fair will be loaded aboard the Italian re1IgIans" I rrnmrwcMk Iwtrrunl -

JOHN S. RHODES JR. luxury liner, the Criatofero Colombo on April 5 at aspecial blessed ( me (....1'.

drydock In this port city almost two hundred
m tI.IHHU'; : c,.,...r Laughter. Joy. kite and ,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR aoutlt or iiomt .k..n Ounctl' which .}><>". a (\O They tH th* (4ary brainy were. for these" thing, FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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four renlurlen also" .inm arriving at !M '"1-101' prison I camp worldly III*. UnKhiaUy I t..riv 17 W, UNION SmiT-JACKSONVIttt'

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Page- << ft Florid Catholic Friday 3. 196Melbourne &
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Melbourne youth to enter Variety in booksMankind's--- -

National Science Fair r shepherd esteemed

writing and an Illpwrd" John VfQBiara w asa

MELBOURNB-ThomM McGah three-time winner year, this stndeM bas received ttliFe LIVELY ; subject Th- KlorM; Cathode I'l< holy. ruin a great Dt.ft. yet

I of first prizes and grand prizes in physical sciences, will the. hlhrt award Ia Ike re make "Shepherd( of Man pleased. in present this new a vrry humble man who

carry the Melbourne:: _Central Catholic: High School banner fieaal pkyUcal scieece ft... t kind" (Doubleday 2SS! pp., r'.C.r."rl.t, In h H>k.." sought the hardest. part.Father .
to the rational Science ewa. two years U Haler4 This 4lverlflMl. 1,1.
$4.03): by \VUliam E. Bar- pre
Fair in May. an River regional Science o.. year ta ,...... elaa tfle.. i fBI, klgnisj rttlrwt, "..alan... Galvin has writtena
Thomas Fair on March( %I. t...... rett rewarding trading. lively, fascinating story or
won first prize In to appeal l to all, a. originated
This year, his project was Th. author of such reco* hU life. based, as he tells!
the senior division hJ >CWO Xewt
and In physics the X ray Power Supply His prize consists of aa all- eked' hit* *1 "t..n Hand of Nervlre. u*. on "eight years or tine'
grand prize In W'ashingtnn 11.(.
phjslcalsciences Cod" and The Lille of the .
expense paid trip to Baltimore rolttent reeedrch" into h.
in the Brevardlndl- Fur tbe third 1k"'uaiU for the National Science nVr. provides a deep Insight Umea and background.

Fair International In May Into the social and political master, Plus XII Of special -J'ltId ,ln lrr......

.n asV. There Thomas will exhibit ffffldlttone under which Pop Intereat U the author delineation
his project and compete for frvq S, Paul VI matured aa a young ct the waiUme Tontlff'a COMRADE Don Ca-

the national award. la addition Priest and a* a high officialof concern on how to exert GioiinniGuarrnchL

a Navy cruise has been << the papal secretariat of a moderating Influence- on the New York Far-

planned' for this summer. ,t.t.. Th. book pictures outraee of the nati rar, Straus 212 pp. $303.

Another prise-winning student Italy's harsh anti wins The author' drl.ll. the fO,.
youth a.tit\ the early 30th century
from Central Catholic millo books appeared in this
torts .( IVK IM.. sad Mvn.klg .
and recall vltMly the daysof
High School Is PiUtck Courtney .
'Thomas McCah wit) p> directly to the National strutting Benito Miwollnt ...r <;"".nB| II. >l.nUn| country back in 1D50; the
of Indlatlantlc.
1ii.'EIiScience ) Science fair In ttxtttmore next month to and pvmer-hunirry Adolph to help the Jews hounded by latent in the nerica brings
Patrick merited the second ua abreast of the IWO's.
prize In the Junior division of enter his prize-winning X ray power aurply, the Hitler. B4ivOne

physical sciences In the field project that 'won first | at.n the recent Hrevard- The present Pontiff l I. dramatic m-ene 1e. The lomluble .Don Ca-
shown aa a discreet, brilliant milk and hta arch foe, the
& Melbourne
of mathematics and computers. Indian River regional ('r.'fI "'au. The scribes IVpe Ptua' reaction
hard working Priest who sueceMfuUy communist mayor Peppone.
His project was the construction Central Cathoin High School student after an American air raid on
with the are their usual selves in this
and operation of a marked the thirdIf't'fIllve yrar he has takenhighctit keeps up nom,'. ralln.ad ,arl.. The
hack breaking par act by a collection! of sketches about
Binary System Adder. honors in hla i h'ld, Pontiff la inown' rushing out
rather tour cfHumla
meticulous, exacting t a a k a preposterous
--- of the Vatican with Pita tub-
There U a send deal
dilute secretary of state, Mon
of hokum In Guar,<<>hI'8!
Popo Paul VITeachers signor Montlnl( to the imol-
writingbut sue much heart
their forte
FlorioaMelbourne derma rubbl..trewn area.DreaMii .
and vitality, and It I It these
Exchanging congratulations last week wer In Immaculate pontifical
qualities that luatatn hi. thin
must aid youthto while, the Pontiff atrldei
Thomas McCabe of Satellite Beach, right a tale and make them readable.

junior at Melbourne Central Catholic: High School. through the terror I lad. Hut If Dun Camilla goes on
and fellow-student K nf C Jf..lt High School bombedout crowda blessing,
Patrick Courtney of Indiat. develop individuality a. always, there- are symptom -
lantic. Both won price in the recent! Brevard- The Knlfht of C>>lumt>turwrntly Ten prominent educators praying, consoling dispensing here of a disturbing

Indian River regional Science Fair. Thomas will VATICAN CITY (XC-) .-Holding that young people held their CornmunhmiMt annual) will begin t, a three on day Wednesday.April etalua. alma.The author also iharea hl, change In his creator and In
go directly to the national fair. tend to be conformists. Poi{ Paul M said in a statement br corporate.ikfst{ at Palm Its lion of Jenult Hl..h School for deep research Into the qu... Ing his .section.-of"" The of "Comrade mo* Inter"t-Don

on March 21. that teachers I ought to try to develop their The Father Cahriel Council the Southern AMoctatlon of lion of motlvitlont. which CamlHo la a four iu-
Liturgy ExpertST. CongratulationsVATICAN individual personalities and i qlS of JU, ,H Hirn.. Th. Csh Colleges and SecondaryK led Plua XII to move Mnal- thor's note appended at the
Ing experience the fount o' swlf-affirmation. .tn.serai Council 42l>4 of
LOl'bl (XC) Morul- riTV I>C) truth. The teacher's goal, hi eml i which la both a lament
.. .. J. Elliot: NJ acting of ttata to the
U ch and CV>minmK r
He t>a
remarked .
nor Martin B. to a delegationof for the and a Jeremiad
{ Hellriegel Pope Pilul1 has sent a personal said must he ta train ma Hthfthool arrhdloceee of Milan. pat
of Jesuit
pastor of Holy Crow pariah Utter of congratulations teacher active In the to act a* be thinks. .5'"'tin l harry General AanemM principal against the evil preienU

here and a Priest for SO years to Eugene Cardinal Ti""", rant. youth movement of Italian 01 U..untIunt1 pjrtlciint The b'Ok" 41: Itluatrttlwa "What a wonderful place
The Southern A..a latlon and U Index makeIt
.lMaaa. help
has been elevated to protono Dean cf the College of Cardinal Catholic Action that an educator page was the poverty stricken Italy
nf rolle... snd Secondarytkh.ula for' both the ..
was' offered at St. Jirph > a pleacur t.
tary apostolic the highest *, on his tooth!! birthday.A should not be a pas of 151JI! Through the ruin
Wins science of sic leitlonalaanclallon ual reader and the scholar
.he observer of the top church In I'slra Hay. 1' one
rank of) monslgnor, by Pope specUl ceremony was phenomena I In which ao many Innocent
of the life (her James A. lm, cede hlrh accreditarrxnl .Mn: tea r.Ml
Paul VI.Monaignor. held of young pro.p4e vUtlm had died fresh
on March 21 at the Vatican a
.- Itrale,l the Maaa and wan the l. and rollrfve In the
Hellrlegel 1 has In the presence of the fair award with main s|..krr .t the break United !Ha'... regularly I FJCI'1DS AIJ7.P'.D fact br.... of hope was blowing"ltuat.chl >>

[ been a pioneer In the llturgl-\ Pope at which Cardinal Tao Kather. be MId the educe.toe's tell that follow ed.Tbe mites this type of evelu- may the beat 'way totS"'flbe i mlnU T.. Hut.

Bcal movement in the United serant was given a M\'fn' role "must U a Mend storoo discovery Naakfait we. held at awl every tflt'Hr... Jesuit thla book on"hlesatd now: "What a difference there
tat.. He will be honored at volume colk-ctlon of bis writIngs a teacher a trainer a doctor has tll't'ft U between the material. puv'
| awedItmt
11I,1Neh..l < ,
the new chic ands and war Neumann
[the National Liturgical Week on scripture, the liturgy father who I la not ** concerned erty of 1 UU coil the spirttiul
MIAMI Fconference to be held hers In and the Fathers of the with orwenrlng the poverty of 1MJT The suit<
high school sensor& here waawanled
The fiu' of the etrrvl wereturnwl many yearFather
|trt> Jamca J. Ralvln CJa.K.
behavior of his piipl) In given I4,, the .karra \
[August Church. top honors during Elliot said. that the that iw* among .
the chairman
over (Helicon. 1103)>)>, And It
rtmimrtanrea as with .. ,
prenerrlng |" >rs of the 'ec n >nui miracle1 !
the 10th annual South r'kwfcl.
U the mwlks class at live present begin I a
him from harm and {para might be better t tC) r..faceIt .
stinks of ae< ant t sew
Science Fair with a projec'whkh Central CkthuUc Hl SCHOOLSROSARIAN training him to understand with an adjectivefu.cinating. amt ,death.
cu a i4 Ilrevsrd County &'''Inh supplied by the fawthernAMnrlatlnn
.! desire
to enjoy and to
lion In the bmedcwutlng Industry t4 needed Meh tha family .. .
front from h!. experience.' the J'URb.a. eoqwtp."wnt. Oelvln <;. rather has maleIn
u( the school I cumplelea. The *.". lt..lu.. .f IM t**.1111I-
ACADEMY r.,. Paul l admltlM that enIrnammt Richard .',1 n.u.r. IS, a student vUltlng educators will avaluata lit. of ItlMMfi' Neumann hi MbrMU. and the "n|...Ul|
(U I V. the ef aa t.adsbl.. a* a novel sow)
at t\imbut nc
Retldrnt sad day erlknol. for girl. .a ahnre of heaatlfal aa Important Christopher .. eke Ml bate .Ut all In.
that U hart to
I ake \TorlB. Cradea one to .".In. rally l lkalldlnca. ItTrt'ctlt. Newi' un.nr*. bat MM. that It High School staffed by the 1.:...p....., Ida philosophy and lu curriculum. one put down l.r..' U the U-rfimntNiiUl"
All eporta ...1"! art 4ramallm. Dlreeted by .do** a.. Make ..a" .f It. Marlrt 11 rClt h...., nrtvH al'ioo b j.dkln of "blfkal' Ivt' the Their IfIt.'.., la In the txir t" ....... of NX tto.liUc. fur catalog a4drru lUajUlrar. a.U. cash ptlse toward his tn\-\ cu.a1,1It year a lll take plac .tma and t4.>).*U"t... from the Ca(h ,UUa,. trrachallia

KOMAKI.tN ACADEMY, WENT PALM HKACHFLORIDA'S : bra costs.II. on April 7 at I Jo pm. In the erh.<.,4 and how tll.heII la who alu>lle , Then he told the teacher: the prUalhoiid In Durwce: but la the demise. h'
church hall North IlarfawIirlv. attempting to fulfill ,...... of naatlewnaannal.l
There la ....... ." .
nothing like ey.ra..1
war ordained. In New
.. The chairman of the dulyIng Milan weekCarwILti )/
young penplImpatient and traaiMlttlat atrr** ....4a aca In preparation t.r r rlkl(... Committee la II,'. KucenelialU City, had an adteiriurwwa amivenlul width "In the newly I
rebellious toward principles' rka*..1| rather kae. !...
thin In the It. AutuMlrva 14or ., wh la dean of the life. A* a {parbhfrleit. rich fled Italy coul-l fail

f CATHOLIC COLLEGEOf of the past and particularly. He mtnpHMl .g ctrl more **** CVunrtl fimvrntiwn a Ikbool rf ...-1".1'.1 theUnlteraiiy he a.rve.l the Nu..ra surds*.*

the recent PlIt-tor acqulearIng than rill entrtM from hUhcbtmla pn.ram. .In Uw forts of a .. of twutn MorVla frontier! tramping ll ruM,M UMforeata Arr mpanying hu auth' >rh '"

to fashion, for fearing b In four aoutli IVrWIarowitiee panel dlarue.i<""t. entUM' ''Xu Other merni.ra of the ttMft. lu bring the r..,,, in

log different from others, and for the first award place In the lniw (>inttl mlltee ere lather Andrewtuntth the IvMAltfranta, hewing their ahuwa klmnelf a-lnft 1 at

DISTINCTIONFor fur bring, prone to ilmMaUon."What In the Isle.Fels.ine, of ('.1""' Women will iJ. pe4Mnt.f Last hntnea owl of the ttlkforfteM.TTxn MS en a pall .........u..1 l tv

you are doing laR .velof. ..4 hla. pr'l>. b* eontturted' ola InlversHy. New Orl a* ; Father Neumann lit* I.. Wile. f1a ura. angel

Young Men and WomenWrit. iud. You are awakening. In sat 'strictly an ht* own* u'I< Mrs f...hn (."uW. peal pre.t Father Jameath Un N1. ,nIsl lhe ruung tl.....p&.w and iWetl. whirl be has long

the ,wthflllllJUl the rapacity worked aluM HlO Motets but:.I. dent ,4" the %ns lhwe.t Cecil: provime |*ef...t U JeewMMN M enmmunltriiwvllUie ant' h.4en hi.. wad U>. ajrrobuUse the ,i.nh cfg
of ju .
Ins the set InrhMtag the a( <' Iteanery, will rve ss rnwleratoc U, t ether rU>**rt |..>. >. | and cell In the Don (>

Director of Admissions affirming" Mmaif. of etfig a luarope. He has aWe.4y 1*'n and Intnalur* the mm ten () II|i.. r* 4ma4ter at hi.I. a... co.n fit hie pare of yMfbs ....,IH. In the back' <

Person *and not a number In In\ lack wall a pl.nt att,r. mitt.. srstem of the National 1 ..v'. ( ....... Territory, newt. baste eeperbnr 0, giew1 a linking ship die

SAINT LEO COLLEGE a maM. hey to get his "ln *4Mion i->ietrtwl. (bu ell ., Catholic Women .Vn .>I; IT Roland, MhaimuM.Nttou all |10 .hstipiwit. hwn4. 'l>f-." Iwreath the wv...

The Psi. ...srn.4 the ed<.- 1. Mare he tHa,ee h. v W.... Wm. I"l "le, furmeetteal of a xt>ir. ...... Uniter- i InN lit AmceVaevenitwHf and This M a ..*.s an4 dlaturblngfxielunliiii

SAINT LEO FLORIDAA rate ...&net mtoiaklng action sell to t* the fir | TMM 'fJ fri.waan ....,., banter' will allyt *Mth .,....... I*. the fxirtnof Mwehp to be" hearteil

for thought and. *Vf 1M k. have .......**........, Ube ron ..| with the Dtnreaantatiofi MIl po 1-.. II ....nolec. aralitatnr t.uIIfd. Mt....,..,..,., late

FOUR-YEAR LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE CIl arprImpW.4SOg a..,,, .1 of the roensnJtlee syatem. for the IIH1tahnu "... had, ., ar. nee t..f ..Rowel ......

set snnthre ao Nana MMarhlrvH '. CWtly department trflUn. .e4o..
.by a .fW tranaanslnn. .. Mrs. Into Y".... rurr M< Tampa UnrvercHy. Mrr flhotrt 1ft ..... learns'. amt Book ends

JJKW; 10KK AO-The ly ..,,"'g ... the lnam+nkiar .wl W1t.a,.... prtnrlpal of ..........., he knew many Un-

Coward WC<'ann pwbBahlngnaiHf The Teder.! a.....".. <. II |. Mr rwatOtu tru tne. Ind fog p.1.4. ., ..*,'". Tre4 ('\ur..t.. ., Pu-'ht-;
how the I>.aMey Inierpreta Atotitn, ptlnetpal t4 KloirHl III If. hMl to **... better hia airy aa..l Cathnlie Morality, '
(' hae lfnd a contract tlott CotmMlaaiiwi di M r 4
CAMP DON BOSCOFor with John )L re.t itiNew permK stereo tr*..*...'.... f\IIfIWIIUt! wok, M,., Cfcet. ,h .)..* and Mr UmUe. ,..... HeW Herod I1HIII bhe ..t\II..t hy wuium,, fflrmiaa
and to tDpIwr lilCwrc. Epiiany N...... r...perineM of ,....na. .'*.' hear She sandrek. ne ham ant J.**th K Cunneen,
England r<>frf |*' klent Inc AM TV tw.e < .e
for the New Y-ft T11f N. fur are not enough'" e+..r Gulps stoicism. will eianalnhww I Iearriag. 't (literally OJI the i oWe pMfftto who" nmliteriy h.. l*.n s*,..Wi, .h.>| by fan

Boys 8 to 14 a biogrsphy of Rio hard Or; available" to alM thT< r the parteh .orgafissataMiU ....." rw..... speak. that Ungua thesis,. .......

Anal Cuahlflg of Ib.to4 two Uaia of U* Ca*JMU. gage sad .....,. .. ... .....e...>4In TM T..... Moss ....,"

Staffed :1ret.. e y rXe' 1.1..:'.... ./ Dee 104<.. t..c.t"* IW.MIM pr*
..tMa1 Casf Lake, .t il... evHiVfi: .f Tpa.. Uv; ..If.dN' t*>e ecttoei. Scholarships them WM. He ..... h IU4JnrftttM 14y ., t wt.t." bye Me.IIIft! '
Academy Of The Holy Names A aurUI |.rfr.! .UJ MlmrViaiAg 1 'II" !r ITT 'no- a W .r..ll.4 to< lw .......... aa its |Ti>
ef HaJ el CV;..;U Sab.l l fee
; Ike Mary leyt. .. ( W the ...wac, "Nq. Pool V| r.....*j pew' ........ pie It,.M best<< rwy .......II oft
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.. thank lhs. fat IM4, help

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10 The Florida Catholic; Friday April 3, IMI f,. '; Christian humanismin

f;>r.. ..

Cleveland Auxiliary Bishop to speakat ,
.J,. peril educators told

Catholic women's May convention (c........ tra ,,'... IJ els Keppet said "the omnibusof

generous lay people who are higher education is racing

taking even greater part In full speed down the road, but
..... .
(( I. Psi. u An interesting address Is attend the 1Kb annual COB e rlK
the life of the Church and it Is in serious danger of
edln, auditor; and Mrs. Elmer promised to convention delegates fenilon. who have carried the double running out of gas."

Taeti of Englewood, parliamentarian when they hear Dr. Mrs J. L. (Sis) Lacher, burden of taxation for BO Keppel Mid 320.000 new

chairman, and Mrs Ockel- many years In order to maintain college teachers will be needed .
Peter Regan on May 12 lie Is
The deanery presidents who mann cochairman of the con. our unique position In during the lOMJ's, but the
will assist Mrs. Schoebert in head of the department of ventlon committee issue this education In this free country present rate premises that

presiding are Mrs Joel Sayers psychiatry at the University reminder: of ours," he said. only 141,000 doctoral degrees

Jr. Daytona Beach; Mrs. of Florida medical school and "The Southwest Coast Dean. The Archbishop cited: will be earned during the

Frederick Schmidt, St. Peters hospital in Gainesville. t a growth statistics of Catholic decade.
ery, your host for the convene b
bury; Mrs. Agular Reyes St. tion, has been working hardto + / n/iF11'R t 3rtlA $ schools such aa the 125 per Keppel also said: "As sod.

Augustine; and Mrs Charles Catholic women are urged assure you of the very best cent enrollment increase asa ety demands that we respect

Ockelman Sarasota. to plan aa noon a* possible to in accommodations, entertain- gainst*,"-khan 50 per cent the unique abilities and talents .

ment and good food while you -- --- ---. --- -,- In public schools in recent of Individuals, so must

Child welfare services are here. A very generous First Communion 'season1' Is hero, years. we respect the integrity of
Creator has provided the rest "Would this have happenedIf diverse types of institutionsIn
Father Daniel C. Hegarty celebrant Each year around this time, hundreds
white sand beaches the our schools had failed or the total educational enterSprise
available Polk blue waters of the Gulf, and holds aloft the sacred Host on of little souls approach_the altar rails been found wanting" he com ."

CountyTAMPAThe the most glorious sunsets; In Holy Thursday the day 150 children to receive Our Lord in First Com mented.
afford received their First Holy CommunionIn union.
the world. You Mid
Archbishop Damlano
St. Matthew CDA's April
Catholic Charities Bureau regional of. NOT to come Church Jacksonville. the fitted Htates "demands a

flee in Tampa takes pleaaure In announcing the additionof The Azure Tides and the -- ---- sound religious school a,.. conventionscheduled

Mrs. Caroline Lewis Curran to its staff of social Three Crowns Motor Hotelsare tem."

workers. Mrs. Curran will be in charge of the Polk Coun to be headquarters.' Separated Parish school excellence "If there I la one single factor

ty area. For the present she has her headquarters at only by a tropical garden that brought pilgrims

Santa Fe High School where through the generosity of parkway they have offered founding fathers and othersto

the President Father Thomas J. Burns office space has us all the facilities of this soil it was precisely J.\rKfoIO\\'ILI.B Cathollr

been made available Monday through Friday in the luxury resort living st very emphasized in articleNEW religion. Education divorced Daughters of America In

mornings.. reasonable prices: $4 single! ; from religion is a betrayal Florida will convene here
$12, double, $21 for suites that April 10-12. with Court Holy
than Benedict Arnolds
Mrs Curran was graduated will accommodate four The YORK (NC-Writing) on Catholic schools in art, arithmetic and reading"The far worse" Rosary l he declared.
from Winter Haven High three evening meals will be the weekly publication America Baltimore's Archbishop apparent decline In the Mrs. Walter Droze is

School and then went on to approximately the same as In Lawrence J, Shehan sees no reason for panic about the number of Sisters available as The rrlU In Catholic education convention chairman.

graduate from Barry CollegeIn past years.-412 to $13 for all future of paroehiallchoola. teachers Is due chiefly to two In especially' grave because Highlights of the forthcomIng .

Miami. three dinners Catechism classes are not an adequate substitute for decisions, he remarked: to It ral.e. the question of state-wide meeting In
full-time send up to 10 per cent of whether Christian humanism elude solemn Pontifical Ma splanned
"Business meetings! and dinners Catholic educa- _
the accepted dloceaasscholarship .drools" he Bald. ". II 1Io..v each major community to
survive without
"".I run system at Immaculate Con
will be located at the tion he added.
to Catholic Uni
had become unbearable overseas missions and to hold
an of Catholic' school.
Church at 9 am. on
versity American InTa.... Lido Casino. The Archbishop said burden dragging the Church Sifters back from the classroom .
11 with Archbishop
April ,
Ington D.c., graduating from A major study upholds the down impeding her progress' until they have completed This was the approach Saturday
there la 1932 with a mailer'sdegree Rome havenof competence. of academic Instructions and preventing her from fulfilling their education. taken to the controversial Issue celebrant Joseph, and banquet Hurley that at
la social work. of the future of Catholic
parochial her mission to the
propie There Is no reason to doubt at 7.TO o'clock in con
schools! the shortage of Sister schools by Bishop John J. evening
She worked for the Miami Sudan'smissioners of this country. the future will see an Increase \entlon headquarters, the Hotel -
teachers is not a decline, but Dougherty In the keynote address
in the number of teaching
during the summer .
agency George Washington.On
a temporary interruption In Archbishop Shehan; refuting of the convention
between her of Sisters he said.
two years the flow of nuns to classrooms charges that the qualityof The auxiliary Bishop) of Friday evening, April
graduate work and then returned ; and the financial bur. education In the Catholic "I do not mean that the Newark president of Seton 10, there will be a receptionto

the following year asa CMllxM tt.. r.. i) den does not warrant pesslmlim. schools Is poor, pointed to supply will meet the demandIn Hall University spoke on the mark the opening of the
full time social worker. She slonarles on the radio and in the 1M3\ publication of a study! the foreseeable future; but contention's theme also. 20th biennial I state conven

resigned in 1954 to marry the press, this fund of goodwill Archbishop Shehan fo both giving comparative performances the picture, I believe, is not He said the nation today tlon Mrs. Alice Scheldell nf
Norman F. probably be depleted. of nearly so dark as some have St. Petersburg, state regemwill .
former episcopal chairman of eighth grade public needs men who we human
gineer now He said that M far the government's the department of educationof and Catholic school students thought" ; it necessary to paintIt culture as a value in its own head the guests honored

Frank then Murphy campaign against the National Catholic Welfare who took the Science He- he writes.Archbishop. right and worthy of pursuit Registration will open> at 1

They Island where of the mUidnners has had little, Conference and former search Associates high school fihehiiB I.0 for the good of the Individual p m. that Friday.

a year with de If any, nnllceaMe effect ei president general of the National placement tests In 1959 and IIlIld a financial harden raisin l and the good of sodety. The sermon at ,the convention
Catholic Kduratlonal: 1 /sA, but he elpreased" ronfldenre This conviction Is shared
Friend and rept. In corns smaller town Maud will bet glvee. by
denc. where mUxlonarlea. have ..,. Association Taking note of The authors of the study that parents will make sacrifice by both secular humanistsand Father Irvine .Nugent.

,. feted some petty haraoamenla the criticism of Catholic concluded that on a national to support the schools. Christian humanists he
The Currans suih as an odd stone schools, he' said he was not said but the latter have a Principal speaker at the

opt Duals In 10iO "Catholic school
Relief In the form of tax
dren, ages 4 She thrown at their homiea. concerned when defects were wider view of reality one luncheon that day will be Fa
members of St. .. criticized and constructive eighth trade groups showed credits or other public aid which sees human culture as ther William O'Meara c.sS.R.of .
lab, Lakeland. chil Bishop Mason said he had proposals( for Improvementwere significantly achievement! higher levels of "may not tit so far away as It "consonant with supernaturalfaith Tampa.
In three curriculum
has been active seen a news agency report put forward. seemed a few years ago, he and moral Idealism." Sunday's principal speakerat
areas than did public
land CathoUc from Khartoum saying that "What causes. apprehension school eighth grade groups"the Mid. Catholic school must respond luncheon will be James H
and Is a past Sudanese Interior Minister Is that Horn of our own Archbishop wrote He The prelate also said he to this situation he Clark a past state deputy of
teen Mohamed Ahmed trwa has people should attack the very continued does not believe all children said adding: .H Is the conviction the Knights of Columbus.Mrs. .
a threatened action against missionaries existence r>f the parochial should attend neutral public of this Catholic educator
LOUIS W or In the north if the The ma teats', adminls. schools! and get their religious that the national needs will Catherine McClnnli,
*... M" ,,,,\" '" '" '"'' supreme director will be at
...rll.... that expelled mlssloners do not If red to Ml,,UNI children of public Instruction from the Confraternity best be served by the survival" Install of.
-Lm. convention to
ar..enlu.. (' un. halt their "lies" against the To list names MhniiU ...rt>- of Christian Doctrine of a atrong Christian humantorn. the
p.O.e.asw.a..1 lltl ". guid< government. rhUI M hfM>l., khoweil that the The Confraternity, he aald. ficers.

Kw 0..... love Father Milan, said almost HT. AK.IMTINK This group from parochial ..chm>Uhowed Is "Ju. as important as the The cloning banquet will
PUKE all of the expelled missionersare week, the Chancery requested a meae grade eqilta parochial school" but It 1 II TtUhnp Uongherty said that hear an address by Father W

still awaiting reassignment pastors", to recommend to the lent one year higher lhasi the not an adequate substitute the nation today need men Thomas Larkin pastor of
help. diocesan office the names of other. sample."The for religious education." ""II.. remember that we own Christ the King Church In

need "It Is no problem at all to the young men of high school our free society. to rertalatlmelewi Jacksonville,

get find places for missionaries sue In the parish who are In. 10! tests administered Dioceses hellrfa bolt the ...

to work" he said. terealed In studying for the to 120.0 tit public school reportno tire of ma*, iMtrletjr and m>?.

'The real tragedy Is that of Priesthood students and loom) from crassest and that ear ronlrl JACKSONVILLE

the people In the southern Past in will sn.n recede parochial! schools showed quake damage (,.lion in the survival of ho

r Sudan Now there will be no a schedule of examlnat! that the Catholic school students free MM-lety l I. the eterrloe of

witnesses to the govern for prospective semlrurhr' scored about one half \\ .IHIM N CJTIIV (NO- the .dlrl|>llnr4 'Ir'....."*

.r ment's campaign against the Diocesan ITlesla will examine! a year higher on theirachievement Church property apparentlyMlthttond
In a ..e.lon for collegeeducators << 5V4
tests In ,
religion and culture of the the applicants at appointed language Alaska's devastate %
cal southerners," he stated times and p.......... Ing earthquake reports received United States Commissioner
of Education Fran-
Or 1 4'"''''''''''''''" ",n" BishopselectV. here from two diocesesindleate'l. INTEREST

... .
tin ( ) A terse wire from the chancery GR t D A00 '
far tae.efc d ;. eWorld PUhovelrrtMHUm| J. Mr I office of the ntoret of CATHOLICChurchHospital
iXmald" who boN tern named .Fairbanks stated: "No known 8flo nawlCOAI.
church damage In diocese of
titular fttshop of Aqtue Hegl -
GREGG'S HOME OF FLOWERS < e and auxiliary to Arrn- Fairbanks"

Papal legate Surveys quake blehop I Patrick A. om.)l I. ofaihlngton. .. .
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f !: Marella
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