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: August 13, 1965
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
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00085
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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w Irish Cathedral recalls I

{ always ties with Florida

Galway't great celebration In connection with the tile Protestants in ISM For Id jail coy,ld! give place to a mortals to the Galway tribeli

dedication of the new Cathedral Ireland will take plate 200 jean, Mast cue forbiddenand cathedral of the religion of the Flahertyt, the flakes,

XXVI, PTo. 41 Orlando Florid, Friday, AoRtMt 18, 1965 lOe this weekend Archbishop: Joseph P. Hurley left the Dio Catholics were not allowed a people then to completely the Bodkins, the Brownes sad
teat of Augustine. on August 12 for Ireland to participate to build churchei Then conquered"I) dnreni of other famous GaV

in the ceremoniea, it the invitation of his old came relief and we were allowed In his i960 Interview. Blsh. way farttllles.

Composer of MassesDiocese friend, Bishop Michael Brown. Monsignor Irvin Nugent schools to. put up chapels and op"W Browne* recruited said many of the Bishop Browne has visited

headed the delegation of Priests\ who met Archbishop "In keeping with. the last old Irish stonemason, In the the Dore! .e of St Augustine

Hurley at the Iriah airport to escort him to Galway for stage of our recovery of Catholic building<<, they' cut and shaped more than once In a column
published by the Irish Independent
the ceremonies.
\ life in Galway, we decided Galway limestone from our
Bishop Brown takes particular pride In the building to build a new cathedral, quarries \\* realized\ w* In tIM! It was rrport.td

names of the new Cathedral ia Galway H* haa said: "This la on the site of the old Galway. could have don the Job taster that In St Bishop Browne stayed *
AufTustme! for acouple
not another church. It is and lets expensively with
Just a symbol of unity of Jail"In of weeks and gave the

thanksgiving to God of the strong Faith which I* our ( hit brochure about the concrete and modern building Priests of the Diocese their
method but felt that
heritage and of the tenacity new cathedral Bishop Brownewrttei 11'1 annual retreat The columnist
director of music In February, I960 with Nil Is mora of an expression of
"What continued
of people. mort
a great :
ham E. Ring of tile NCW'Cless thanksgiving to God for the
The cathedral, built ta the Senlc proof of the tenacity and full recovery of our Catholiclife "The bright 'Idely.ln'orm-

The appointment by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley! of English High Man Is being time honored traditions, will victory ef our people than that to go about tt In the time ed and very upto-dat Th

Director of Church Diocese itremd be dedicated new Muslt for the of St. ai a ittbtliiing factor In the which.
very was much to a Interview
I Auguatint! boa been Father James in the further detetap- Top Paul VI named Rich* space special
just announced by F.Gloekler the symbol of their oppression The cathedral la Galwivseats with Most Rev Dr
ard Cardinal Cushing of Boa The cathedral B11 I h t
merit of liturgical music in
president ef the Liturgical Commission. Themoats and the .('fln. of their suffer. acme MOO persons. It Browne In addition there
the Diocese. ton the papal legate to tht Brown* said will tit dedicated
director ia Carron Thomaa Andrews of 2151 Nor- tag! The Engllih .
dedication ceremonies. Cardinal to Our lady of the Aiiump. parll his ksnd-csned life sited were three pictures, filling the
ftlk Street North 8t In lint with this policy, a tion and to St. Nlrholsi. a ment hi 1(03 little thought that Stations ef Ike Crest and m.Galway's top of \two pages, to mark the
need. the of dishing!, who was abenefactor
tommoa This was set ".nslll llll" Mini of
Petersburg Florida. of the cathedral! patron of teamen Galwaymen Bishop Gtlway't visit M
vary first ef the easy, new hymns has bern prepared Americas Oldest Minion.
Mr. Andrews is a nativ tf English Proper Settings! and la voice edition and in a building fund, will bleu the for centuries have been

)MUwtuk, Wisconsin\ although was released last year. medium key. accompanimentedition new church. mariners, he explained. Browne"A

ht BM hId vwal fader tiitrnctloni f The Initial release In. Following that ceremony Bishop Brown went en"Galway : Bishop
r e sArebblshep
positions ta' Toledo Ohio. etudes four Entry. four Offer William Cardinal Conway ef n you know Is
Harley article tht
sites! lied when bt tettled tory. four Communion, and Armagh will offer Mass. a seaport and originally was leading M
frees will work closely with visit said, 'Th had
after World War II His wife. four Rtcesilonal Mats Bishop Browne' received built ai a walled town Theorigins Bishop
Father Gloekler hi knack
the of
Leuann and their four children a pr.rr.m Ai hymns that many American gifts for the ) St Nicholas church communicatingmuch
hymn maybe
f d
Initruclloii of his
a a .
Joined him ia (t. Petersburg termed tranmtlonal" in great cathedral He spoke was built in the 13th century, own spirituality.Fvldent
Iratning for pariah directors also was his keep
lait month. DKKKSK: IweHe of its building an interview but It was taken from ui by
sage .
ef rule rfinliti, a. d tent of Irish humor, lie
Mr. Andrews Is aaHoaally mill teachert ta schools teemed to prove that sanctity

knewa at a etnp ter ef ladef pastors she desire and humor go hand ta

a ay Latta Masses end sack tsilstave and prerldeeeoperartoa Pope stresses need for hand

motets, rgsa mail, aid a wttk the program 'The coming tf Bishop

meted toitbeok. wed a* for Ib.lmm..f Biown to give t retreat ia

ten. pfsa velanet shank! mule Florida It but tnt more tvVdene

IDs workt kT beet r*. tome uniformity of texts trust in Church papacy of the largess of the
Emerald late to this Dtoci
)*tMd by mtral major pub and melodies for hymns and
It helps to demonitrttt the
Utneri! ta th* tountry Paul VI hal Ulic, but Indeed stimulates
CASTFI/5 \NDOMO (.NC) Pope gift which Ireland hat made
With the M* tf the Engflitilangusg make'
minds to think, prog
anxieties for ape put la sending I*
called en modern man troubled by doubta
in tht liturgy bt
Is attitude
and It an
rots pray Priests to bring to>> at
tin beet! reviling! standard to have confidence in the Church and the papacy.He which does not make us the many Catholic Faith' "

Masses *< ether' eompoeersas told hla general audience last week that those proud a i if w* were the fortunate The Bishop tf Galway was
well a* producing sew ...
who are worried about the poMibility of applying unchanging
given a reception by
material! tf bit *WB. One of of truth but rather
the most popular and wfd.lyused dogma to the changing<< conditions of modern makes ui strong and coursgetui the Diocese ef It. Augustine

new English Mine. ia times need "confidence in the Church and particularly In In defending' It, when tit returned to Florida

hit "Simple Hymn *Tun this chair (of St Peter) because of the attitude firmly prompted by lo ePope ." prelate with ours seven years after tit had gl*

Mass published by tht and faithfully maintains regarding the religious truth It Paul told the crowd ea the Prieits retreat, Dur
Michael Browne left of ta his visit in IMO. Priests nf
Bishop Galway plo leg
Gregorian Institute ef AmerVca derives from the revelation trusted to it by Christ"Piul In audience hall at his summer .
the Diane met in Jackioa
tured with Archbishop Joseph P. Jlurl., duringhis
(Toledo). The particular described Church'ssttltude residence here, mainly
Man It baud en melodies of !the renllnued, ",.lIkll does inrnmer vacationeri who last visit to the Dincest of St Augustln The vllls to pay honor to him

cymni common to Chrlstiaa I founded si Dot dogmatic on Its ou, that learn ii, MM allow ambiguity, iubjec-. has flocked to Rome tt the prelates have maintained a longstanding friend Archbishop Hurley., la rt-
and found all the 11I'"p.t''II.! contailo), In Ireland marks ta tht occasion told
Faiths, ia big but en the word of God height of the tourist season ship. This weekend, the Archbishop la
modem hymaaU! Because ef 1 ,r made understandable by \the cerruptln er roalradlrtloa la that bis word sere not to attend the dedication of the new cathedral built him:

Its practical appeal *f ..,.100 Holy Spirit and traninvHled the meissge eel sthatlea... '' meant for them pnrnaUr. In Galway under the direction tf Bishop Drown, "Our surest Cathedral"

dy ta adult as wen ai to by teaching shies: derives its "It I It an attitude which" '' K* sail he spoke to them ".I.rClrr. shirk ..n.. Ik. Oldest ran

children, K has. twos endoreed authority from the only guarantees in each and every .. pap tweeArchbishop Ilk- .I. Arnerle. was knltt ke
fc d1ocsIt \ i ;'j ;illrf.i. ;
many true teacher Christ the. one of the (people of God the |w* Irish '

BM! Is being recemmenoV Lord" same truth, the same tecuri er Michael Rellly. and Fain.er .
Carroll T Andrtwi against Thomas .limed. bark .to
warns ,
ed fer ase Is this Dtaret. asa "It Ir and, the tame languag.ye.terday
It altitude
aa ( Pepe 1711.
first Fagtlih Mao fer ea- today and tomorrow

gregatiea Accordingly. l last week special Holy Father urges Sudan's "Thli aHitttde' dote M harm done to Church by. discord "And one In ef chat the earliest It now misilnnsrlet the-

weaken routs. doet not" pre United State was Father

rehearial* wen of held Sacred fortht elude ,indnirtnil scieniiflc In CI.M: t I\NI (M') Iliehnp Raymond J. Gallagher with hei<|uarteri In Math, Richard Arthur who came to

Hart congregation parish PineDai Park premier to end fighting \eetlgatton at It It truly sclen was "rrmnerrated" here August 11 as Iltshop of Lafayette Ington P CArrhbUhnp fmimiing Florida nf shortly fit Augustine after the lathe

where Father Cloeiler Is ....*.*-..**..*" '...,.*.. in Indiana. Krol In Mi ti's'srenlina
pastor, In severs! dye. treMatt VATICAN ('m' (.NC) A Vatican I official, has con During his sermon on the occasion Philadrlphla'a sermon, noted' that imh century"the

had. boon 'teamed by firmed that Pope r.ul1 recently sent a nwwwfre to 8udanr > Give to poor Archbishop John J, Krol cautioned I that even a* "excit The ( harsh' hl always l beenplsgued lmmen missionary"

several fount of volunteer .. Prime Minister( Mohammed. Atoned Mthgnub. urging log< progrena' la brlrg made toward renewal, "..om" discordant with users of die contribution nf the Irish con
ST .n (.t !STINK Gaits llnued Archbishop Hurley,
adults and children Growing him to end hostilities in the aouUiern of that crd and dliunlly.
f and
has. ad- |halt for he Indian and Negro milSHMII voices are raised with an air r> Infallibility hat ton given quietly and
tlonsl attendance:! rat snit.' \this week African nation. seminaries ai the at Reek will he collected' in I the with the height of presumption to pas judgment on the Calling fur a proper umleritarxlmg without fanfare May the

The efficial Church and on the ecu of Chrtttlan action Irish st home" b* thankful tt
Kuinlsr August
The Mae win be sung by the v> confirmedthat op Dud TV. lacMeirti vere Diocese on charities. A Cleveland l Priest
congregation on Sun!!.,.. A. a papal metuge sag climaxed on July. Jt chest IS Thus\ annual collection aids menkal council"The ArrhMthop Krill emf 'i*
\ the United' be) served Mac 11 as .0000tf. that the law of charity ll the to transmit the prtctVngift :
girt 15, at the start of anew sent to Biihop Irerwui Dud northern totmeri stmt and poor miMi'ins in newly I consecratedBishop ten
program of muitc !in cooperation for Wan who was shot at killed Sudanese Father Arktnge Slates and the w( 'M. Gallagher! Ii nationally tsry of Die National Confer Christian formula for torts! of the Faith and the great

\ with the developing \ during the fighting to help !j AL: " "" "",- prominent III C a t h 111 e enre of CatholIc Chanties relations rlvlliilng grace of Cbr itiai
at Sacred Heart ai far ai poiilMe hi arranging Juit si the Church mint cellars to the continent and
liturgy --
-- -- -
Propers *f the Man for a peaceful ...tt'ementUa : manifest Chrlit by lit unity. In the nation of the curl' "
K also the memkfi nf I glue
Sundays and principal feasts \ ..kfle. K kai Iwra. re.paned Chrr'h must he rmngnirwl, The missionaries

and vot yes. previously considered from Ike S.d..'t rssi bY their charity. ," tne Archbihip
toe dfficalt becsuie cal el U.n.... that
thy said .tVum
In his the IIi
of ts* Lau, bare bee set by Preinler. M..'.... h. ... .'11 hrubaq, charity l It m'ilher Huhop response nf Galway sal":

Mr with Andrews Dr. .Bennett la elaboration of tre .ttt4 l Ike r.,.'. sp.*sl kyciUI pre, el>*lrt
"f M Ike' P..liff tortt .<- lentimenl! but dynamic .(r Pr rds fll'
Gregorian Inrtltat. I* very r.. *I. to ff... rifkiiiigs4 e r toe" rooted firmly In CKrltt't la our DMXI young like St AI-, ,
srrpl! psalm tone. settings, r ] r' F U I a
ttk Ik
g41ite gee |I.n: commandment ef tove tens( where. greet afar' \ n
for 'etitlv!
again. e* practlsal .
.. ram. &. B 1 reasons, M a most
head of the
si sptntusl cellars! of the Priests H tt'i
Fer than c 1
more rear t ,) siw di--ens In IMlsn vacated by In such high been Die ir ,:V
has boon bet.e.sthe
war rirmg
Witness tells of the Sodaaby IU""p" John 3 Carberryen saris of Ireland, h* said. Ir'ewpplfttoJ
government .! he bocame Bishop of
by the l'l.h13' >aIn
dominated Arab C C.' imbui. Ohio, this yesrArrhb'ihnp
of (ireland's
tile full
hfo..ma: from t>* '
spuklrg < \.
of Priest'smurder Fgidio 1I..1.1hft w:th the
nnet'wrs pat ef the con j spndrir,, 4lef, ste to the t'nitAROIrllMKip -

who cniff1.. stout tIMrfs > wzItT n *i|* alas, !NFW: MI sine
of te eat *'t pop a- 1iFw :

tail aaal ike Negro r w '.
Maitland/ parish greets
tf the s ooh .ho cave e-
IUMMU. rn.10( dslo....'iy pass ts.1 tno

-Dels<< ((1.! ef the kilteg */ a dud. about ."
"dIM" prIM I bY govern.m.tt Tie atrUwrxfi WHO aretr five Sisters
K: a!lA"'i *n Jay' ll kt
been I'o..gM her by .ye.wttFalter )we to imfww. lilam no 1s e M' Wl..\NI On Mofuiay. the' .Mmtrr "f '. 'II
*.ia n .ttt tin tall!: the >
D1/N. brute ef aUntl 'j'" '" I se: fr..m niaHnn.' Ohio, arrived to take ul'| r- 'e

Arkstel& AH, the bees blamed nwfwna "I'sad h" and to staff DM tt Mary Msffela* fch<-.\ t <' rHnVrt

Last Priest .left t* rare fee tilt nilsaMatnei .tor w,'"*-sreeutaate J. ReaMti old a dostfttaM from Uw \I''"' '' :.n

game Cttk.Urs *4 the Rum Last year tH.r Mat' and ,,...... the I Stotofs aM eeeott.d them MeAt '

bek sttolic iksrtsie ,.a... p0ed all Chrtsttsa rsteeers '(to r&'i 1 > V.r, ",I

lag Ike e..t., ef sO mltitoa.ert from tke laotKMere 1t 4 p M Fattest Reasen a, .lath. p", SiitetKettn. \'J'Y:

fret ..*...,. Sdta last| Ik f. to f'r,rmaily aes*.a...4 tao ktrf Min grade a .J'
aikteg e ,
year, ws .Me si his .k.... .. ''. IW" Ktwnl ta4 atanial teathet atett gratoMtey 'r
cad ,*, t* cad to rebel l ro.suHanr. 1 ., 'II
Jasat ttVlMeigratl <
( I th. sear p'mtlpsl.. iietorM
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r :-.. 1 .bee kUM repealed tke charge' that sots. Il t J
:; atef >* atttotod by a muff W .l.Mnf .r.dtj a
t a": known weber *f tUtirtr are rr e*..*Me MIke e I"td leached praripelMsahers
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taala be cltref UMI 81'* thowrr in *
). wiweti* retefeasg hr IMMnH "..,.... "'t MIl Graduation at St. Vincent Hospital School of Nursing T_ kert tar Ito year feel. : convent at IMI fMaitlawi -" ''I'

<< atone sulk the &MBW! !sd.r I, Mnr DtMMl ...? M/S A .tarp n'''. ofptriihinneri
t I 1.'T at *t J IB p .in 11Ipkosls.i were ennferrM on Mnf gust 1 Arrhb". f J'-I* P Hur-' moor t'1'lr.es .a* dehvrre'1 b/ Father "'
Truce 1 Mat aa'ernme4Ifsafi > err T.ilmaa first grade. viiitxl i 'r"
{ was Award ui fowlkk gttmbst.. HL \'tMf'nt H'piUl Icy .. ..w er tM Nreowmw. hfi' Mel \ Oannon of 1C '' J
MV. .Feed and dam I Iterf..ry \....., .ec eyi tot !triaging. man [ M
=: So* afterWITM3S aged at toes lye CatAebecfcffrtM Sekod of Xvratag: Jarksocinlle. iaeosMBe and gave dtpioe-tj In the members Augaaturo grade Vlti ruiAk th Me- Items for the Outers b *t.*

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Two The Florida Catholic.- Friday, August-IS, 1965 DCCW corner

Composer MassesDiocese BEHIND him lay the fray Azores This year marks the beginning .
of the Quidrlcentennial
the Gates of Hercules;
celebration AU of us will bo
Before him not the ghost of shores, participating In some way.

Before him only ahoreless sea,. W* have good reason to Dote-
There are few among ui some of those August dates
s of the "continent of La Flori
who can read these lines from which have
da." The was a and events had so
Joaquin Miller'a "Columbus"and hazardous one and it lookedfor much influence on our lives
not feel the same tingleof II Catholics, especially Florida .
while that they wouldQ

director of music sailors excitement of old must that have thoie flIt a First Catholics of all in Importance to

as they started out on that us il August 28, the feast of

re.nll.w.rw.. NN .... known to older people as wellas are being chosen as ultimately adventurous led journey to the which I discovery Mrs. James St. Augustine for whom our
Lacher first parish and later our DIB.cese .
to children exemplary groups of the New World. The
I type and purpose they In Several I parishes In St area of the Diocese day was August 3, 1492. were named.

elude some favorite melodies Petersburg and In Tampa There will be mister DCCW Our first Blihop, Bishop

.. ., -- _.._-- rehearsals and The years go by and we 1 1 Vtrot, whose lint same hveldentally
- -- -- -- come to another August. This
along beginning president was Aognstia,
time the is 1565 and the
Fathers'Wlltljf opening of the new year sailed for his first assignmentIn '
'Faith of I
our commander of this expeditionIs .. .
year, on the use of the I'sited States la Aigust
Mrs fittiimt ,...."., Prints .f flit ....... If It ..|>ili>., hymns and the Allies.Don Pedro Mrnrndn de never reach their goal After i, mo.

Jacksonville WIVY 10501esaturd.y English High Mass suffering many hardships and Blessed Elisabeth Ann
12:10: p.m. It must be the He has been commissioned setbacks including a severs Seton, founder of the first nativs
this music Is a part : left, by King Philip II of Spain to hurricane which I separatedthe -
St. Augustine WFOY IJ40USaturday Initial control .. found a permanent Christian fleet five of) the original Sisterhood
; was born on August 28, 1774.
p.m. does not negate or settlement on the mainland 19 ships finally sighted land-
1150 l other music already in ; Lily the Island of Dominica. The On September I this year
WNDB. .cS.turd.y
Daytona BeachMelbourne 12:10 p.m. that may be chosen ; Coming day was August S, 1565. we will all gather together at
the historic I Mission of
bon, in the future. Four days later they
WMEG, 920 U al seasonal music reached San Juan Puerto Nombrs da Dies to begin a
Saturday, 12:05 p.m. recommended, as \\ events Rico and were overjoyed to year of celebration of four
centuries of Faith. Yes, the
Tallahassee WTNT, 1450 U music for other see four more of their ships
casions! in the 39 Mission was founded In September
Saturday, 12:10 p.m. resting at anchor in the harbor
Rummage sale August 27 but like all worthwhile
and expanding
The day was August
Lake City WDSR, 1340 It The true role of the anc 28, 8241 Nebraska Avenue 9, 1565. goals in life, It was preceded .
Saturday, 12:10' p.m. Tampa, Ladies Auxiliaryof by a prayful August
in the
With less than a third of his In the have
of Christians goals wt set forth
Mary Help )
MadisonGainesville WMAF 12:30: .te rightful function of fleet and only 600 persons, including
School coming\ let us not be
sponsor year
Saturday, 11:45: ..m. must be regarded !! Hurley
four Priests, Menan-
Mass on 400th anniversary deterred by the faint of heart
WDVH 980 ..cTlilld.y portant in the rites Hoe September 8, Mission I i of dez continued his voyage. but rather, display the urn
9:40: a.m. Church. cere Placing his trust In the Divine\ faith that Columbus had
Nombri de Dies, St. Augus : e*
Ocala WMOP 900 lie The position of tine. Will, h* and his entire crew that August morning long
Saturday, 12:10: p.m. leaders of music Is to Dessert card party and prayed dally for the successof ago:
given Increasing CM., benefit show September 22. 8 the expedition.
WLAK 1430 ..cS.turd.y Th* good mat said: Now
Lakeland 12:45: the Church, In of St. p.m., Garden Center, 1005 Their prayers were as- must we pray,
dignity of Riverside Avenue Jackson scored and before long they For lot! the very stars art
Orlando WDBO 580 te the celebration of \ Mary yule Auxiliary of All Saints righted land at Cape Canaver gone.

Sunday 5:00: p.m. Mr. Andrews at Can- Home, sponsor. al. The day was Atgust U, Brave Admiral speak:, what
WPIN 680 te Sister Columbus Day dance, Oc IMS.
St. Petersburg not attached to any shall I say!
tober 9, Civic Auditorium,
Sunday, 10.00: '.m. and : Why say, Sail ont! saD M(
parish for duty, P. Melbourne, Father Gabriel What a memorable August
Clearwater WTAN 1340 lie fore will be able to Council, Knights of Columbus that was! \\111111. Sail ont I sail onl and
Saturday, 12:45: p.m. technical assistance en!
sponsor All through history the
Sarasota WSPB. 1450 .teSaturday vlsory information to I Die- Card party and benefit month of August seems to be Sis LacherSt

12:15 p.m. rather than to few Suzanne show, October 27, 8 p m, the month of destiny What
pastT and ; .., South Side Woman's Club, ever the reason it la truly a
Kath-- Jacksonville. Blessed Trinity time marked with memorable PetersburgHoly

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Mass guido

Japanese Christians'
enduringrole SrNDAY. August 11

Assumption of the Blessed

\'Ir.mlary.: ((Man of

in Philippine history told feast. Gloria 2nd Prayer: of

the 10th Sunday after Pentecost

By Father A. W. Bryson MAC.NCWC three months after his ai- I! t Preface of the Blessed

1 News Service rival Joan N'aito lived to become Virgin: i
-, MONDAY: August 16
TOKYO This the a prominent physicianand
year Philippine celebrated the
St Joachim. (Mass of feast t.
fourth centenary of the introduction of Christianity there scholar and his sister, Gloria, Common Prefacer
and Japan marked the 350th the former Buddhist nun,
anniversary of the death of TtTSDAY. August 17
founded and became the first
Takayaraa Ukon. feudal lord who Buffered persecution St Hyacinth (Mass of a
for the Catholic Faith. prioress of a Japanese com c c confenornota Bishop
munity of nuns in Manila.
There ia a connection between the two observances The Philippines were again Gloria, Common Preface.)

because Ukon and a host of other exiled \\EDNESDA\'', August 18
Japanese Chris. a generous: host when an even
clans have an honored more pitiable shipload of 150 I 1 lia (Mass of 10th Sunday after
He became friendly with ; e ih Pentecost 2nd Prayer of
Japanese lepers arrived in f
place in
Philippine history Spanish soldiers garrisonedthere Manila in 1632. They were I >'L I St Agapitus, Common Preface .
during the 16th who .. feast of St.
and 17tbenturiei. reported that he taken care of In the hospitalof or Ag.pi-

had been baptized by a Jesuit San Laiaro by the Franciscan tug, Mass of a martyr not a

before leaving Japan where friars Bishop. Gloria Com mOilrrl'fau.1
Trade had been going on"f'hl.tell Christianity had been introduced >

Japan and the by St Francis Xavierin The Japanese, !like the THURSDAY, August 19

Philippines long before the 1549 Chinese la those dais, lived o.2 t I16'' St. John Eudei. (Mass of a

coming of Magellan and Spanish A Japanese Christian, utside the wall In Manila :, rr, confessor not a Bishop

rule, and the early Spanish known in his adopted countryas where soon there sprang up Gloria, Common Preface)

authorities encouraged its Diomsio Fernandez Joinedthe two Japanetes towns Dilao ,. FRIDAY August 20
continuance In 1575 Captain Tondo Conspiracy of 15S7- was established In 15tt!/ and iI.i I ik.4v .5 St Bernard (base of a doctor -

Juan Pachece Maldanado reported 88 to achieve Philippine independence San Miguel In HIS. Gloria Common Preface .

to King Philip of Spam It failed and he .t
that every year Japanese ,.... was executed with its leaders An enduring monument to Win scouting awards in Jacksonville SATUmUY August MSt
sell came to the the Christian Japanese Jane
Philippines Then came hundreds of Frances de Chan-

te trade. Christian refugees from the pioneers in the Philippines it Father Michael F. Dcvine pre Ing: from the left back row James front row, Evertt Griffcn. Lee tat (Man of a holy woman
the beautiful
Tae first knew Japanese savage persecution of the Jan (Laguna).town still of famed I'agsan-for sented to twelve boys at Christ the Mullagin, Gary Holt, Father De- Harris, Stephen Albano Robot not a martyr, Gloria Com
Japanese ruler, the Shogun Church the Ad Altsre Del mon Preface.)
fhrlitiai immigrant went te its lC'nllatf'rfalll.. It was King vine Danny Dorney, Brian Woods; King

Mauls M *o' If these trading Hidevoshi, which continued founded in the 17th century award for boy scouting and the middle row Mike Akers ratCo'le. SUNDAY 11th August St

ships fa H7I. under his successors The Par V'uli Del award for cub scout- John Roche Peter Sunday after Petite
refugees by Japanese and Chinese Apol; cost (Mass of Sunday,
were !given a warm
welcome by Filipinos and Christians engaged in the _- .t1.....IA... "6UU"A "h-u.u.,,,,- UI_. ,UQO_

On parish work Spanish alike betel nut industry.Out maculate Heart of Mary
of recognition of these Cross restored letter
By 1592 Japanese Christians Washington Creed' Preface of Trinity)
historic ties between 16th and
."'1HCO. spsia
A can for parishes "small :ro, increasing to 1500 in 1 1606 17th-century Japanese Christians MIWOVMK. Yugoslavia: Jacksonville Beech
and the Philippines andas (NCI) Paso Butorac
Christian eommunitiei" to and to over 3000 by 1628. Reds resist talks Viet Nam
recover their I evangeluung an act of reparation for of Dubrovnik celebrated Mass peace on Bruce Stamei of 711 8th

vigor was mad. The most famous .f all destruction of the Manila in the cathedral here to mark Avenue North. Jacksonville
International by the of third these Christie refugees: from cathedral by the Japanese the :30th anniversary of the ii'T'IlE: national Interests deny Peking the full use of tog all we can and doing it Reach, hat recently completed

laity and Christian meeting the persecution was Taks am. during World War 11, the erection of a cross on a hill 1 that have brought us Indochina as a springboardfor better" a 14 month novitiate at St.

( association here. communit U.n, when bestlfkalloa governor and people' of Kanagawa overlooking the city !Slightly Into the Viet Nam struggle further expansion" Asked If he could predict a"clearcut !Mary College 1 I Ilchester

: Participants from the t'mt- cause has bees Introduced. prefecture In Japan donated damaged during World War are valid, and they do not become Chow could he expitted to military/ 'Irtor)'"
and shipped all the cement II, the has been lest to just because the
cross completely
ed be
States where Red
Germany Italy For refusing to deny his In Met Nato, General; Taj lor
necessary to replace it restored with funds going gets rough: end the end .
Switzerland, Canada France Faith the former lord of China is concerned but official said ")OU really cannot n.e
with the in '
cathedral. U not sight"There
new collected yet
from the
and Algeria attended the Takatsuki castle and valiant people statements of our state thai term as applied to guerrlllas Beare t>!r ,

meeting of the association general of Hidryoshi. was ,,'ordsltrt spokenby department make it clear that and insurgents ai we r

\ which sic founded two jean stripped of all hn titles and i William P Bundy assistant we ratified the Southeast Asia are facing. StarnesCSS.R.

ago by the ..women i section possessions, imprisoned for secretary of slate for Far treaty In 1954. when' It became .
ef Catholic F.astern affairs, last January, Secretary t of Defense
action In France many years, and finally ,', "clt'ar" that cornmunlsm -
and have bern republlshrdmore Robert S. McNamara laid the
The meeting underscoredthe exiled with his wife daughterand I II "virtually certain"to
by the state department lame day that "a communist
need for "those ImallCh'lltlan five grandchildren recently take over the successor

communities the The overloaded junk, which as part of a statement states of Index'hina" and tit iiiccesi In South Viet Nam

parishes-to regain the evangelizing brought them to the Philippines of United! States policyIn move beyond With France would he taken as positive !Maryland rle It among the

rigor of early !times, had on board over 100( /eel Southeast Asia Three out of the picture, "no power proof that the Chinese communists' 40 Redemptorliti who took

tf the Church hopes to preserve other persecuted Christians, separate developments here other than the United States position Is correct vows on August 2. This fall,
and past on the Faith among whom were Joan served to recall them to at could move In to help fill the and they will have taken a he will continue hit studies In

that war entrusted )I. It." !.Naito. a former feudal lord tentlon. vacuum," giant step forward In their the philosophy school In Sub
efforts to seize control of the
and former Hideyoshi general Chew Shu Kal who had pre- field, Connecticut
The ambassador aloe old world communist movement

JACKSONVILLE hit sister. Julia formerlya tented credentials as nation- ."
something that might help to
Buddhist nun: and MenrlaOtomo allot (hlna'e ambassador nly .
understand whatever differences "Thus the stakes In South
( a daughter of a feudal days "before told a national 1 CLEARWATER
there between the
are Viet Nam are far greater
club luncheon that the
CLEARYCONSTRUCTION lord.On press RuntlaN lied aid the (hlnes.Reds *
than the !loss of one small
their arrival Manila ..
CO. f ('hln. eommunUls w e .1 I d
'aCI and why Peking. may country to communism" he
'_ 11- en November 21 1614 after never agree to a peaceful' settlement The J. OrUndo c. Inc.ROSARIES .
not be willing te lie led
.trim" II/U.' Nl.llaesic added. 'Hi lost would be a *
__ months ef terrible hardship W /the war I II Mel
e.e.s" % around by Moscow.
most serloui' setback to the -
at sea. they were welcomed Nam.UI.
724455ijJ.t..D'A.O.O' cause of freedom and would RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
by Governor Juan de Siva! !
roving I ambassador Any analogy bcJween the greatly'" complicate' the task
and Archbishop Diego Vat- 11.1..n to bC ......."
Quit d* Mercado The whole Averell Harriman returning Chinese and Russian communist of preventing the further ,......... ,..... ,)...ff.
leaden la a mistake, of militant Asian. I
community and from recent talks' in Moscow, spread, com-
he arid.
p;st expressed the belief that Soviet mum "
!Spanish, rallied to their aid i
TZJRnoCM:> Takavama Ukon died Russia wants a peaceful "The Chinese communist "And If thai spread li not

February 4, 161$, less than settlement of the Vietnamese hierarchy has always" ben a halted our strategic' position' ENGELBERT'SDRESS
situation but It not able to do sophisticated one he en' In Ihs world will tw weakenedand

, much In that area plamrd "They are not uiwdu- our national security dl. HAT sad DRAPERY

I A JHOMEOWIW. Retired I' S ambassador to sated peasants' They are |I..r.. re sly endangered TRIMMINGS FABRICS
Cathedral vetted latelleituali. driven by
......... n.anMSTEAKS _. improvementWhen South Viet Nam, Gfnf'f.1M.I Mend amWtlofl! and possessing 't..54sstC'lst....... PFAFF SEWING
D. Taylor came
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worshippers return to the hallowed home to U) S and South
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k ta.Nryt..r.y 'make mad dreams ,, ..,. ,, ....
they will find H more comfortable within due to It Impossible for 'u --
I lino* to have any hope ofwmtimf It !I. the position of our
air-condiUoning Duets b .
to placed far the cooling
on the grmiftd." in I the state, dopaitmenl that, ai a THE ORLANDO MARBLE CORP.
process will t be Installed In the trench
pictured great we are now end
EAstERLING PHARMACY"U'.L. )laIIc its bet Indicated the power
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The Life of Our Lord God'i world

Catholic CommentCongratulations Fasting Christ in desert ConquerWE self-righteous trend

into the world so-called "defenst mechan
to GalwayTHE vexed by Satan's arrival with certain basic Isms."
such mechanism
needs. Some of these needs One avery

truth of the adage about bring- been magnanimous in giving Us: of Its ACCORDING to a very old are physical, such as the Father h ,, common one. ,We Is that try ofh'Percrlliralnss. to
the place of need for food and the need for
the horse to the water but not Pnesta and Sisters. Many Galway If our physical needs Leo J.Trtle. iY make our own failings seem
total solitude to which Our oxygen.
him drink hasnever Priesta now teach in our high schools less by magnifying the faults
being able to make t 4 dc not find satisfaction! we
!been better illustrated than by and work in our parishes.YVhilt Lord was led by the Spirit Is either die or suffer poor of others and by belittling the

Galway City had celebrated a high hill, or low mountain health. accomplishments of others.
three centuries' long attempt to Frank J.
the its 400th anniversary before Menendex (around 1600 feet perhaps), a But also have basic The faultfinding and self-
their we
the Irish to change religion.The
force set foot in St. Augustine there is, little to the north of Jericho. Sheedwe psychological needs. If these righteous person is someone
Irish, indeed, kept their Faith but in search of a better self-
resemblance An hour two's walk from
nevertheless, a striking or needs are not satisfied we

lost their churches including their between the two cities. Noted for its the place' of His baptism may not die, but we almost Image.

many fine medieval cathedrals. Evento Spanish arches, its close historic and would have taken Him there. certainly shall be lacking in ,)'mbols" so precious to us. In the parable of the Phtri

this day the capital city of Dublin emotional health. and the Publican. Jesus
commercial ties with Spain, Galwaymay But whether In one of Its The need for achievement
is still without a Catholic cathedral. described the St. not know must clearly who the essential gives us, In the person of the
well be as many caves or we set Lou is the most means that we must have
It is with great pleasure then that that He tf EnemI'll.. Pharisee, a graphic exampleof
Augustine of Ireland. Both cities shareIn spent forty days of our psychologies! needs some taste of success. \\t

v'e congratulate Galway and its emin common the quaint narrow streets complete fast. Mai Is not the summit of can expect It fail In some the Insecure man.

ent prelate, Most Reverend Michael and the quiet charm of old Spain. We are reminded of Moses creation Love Is as necessary for of the the things some times, but without Scorning I the Publican

$rowne, on the completion of the mag- Down through the centuries both cities and Elias, who would one day healthful development a reasonable score of successes while at the same time glorl!
rificent new cathedral. The majestic He is made In Coda Image mind as food Is for the body'awell.beinK. we easily I I develop lying himself, the Pharisee
have had to endure more than their bt with Him on the mount of Rejected children,
edifice built of native limestone will but so are the angels. And harmful feelings of Inferiority tries hard to drown out the
and the Transfiguration Moses
hare of pillage, plunder persecu. ; higher in nature deprived of love curing infancy
they are
inner voice which keeps whispering
dedicated to God's service had fasted
be forty days
solemnly on
tion. A ordinance once decreed and childhood Inevitably
royal than man; for the spirit by
that ht really is an \Inferior
on August 15, the feast of the Assumption that "neither an '0' nor a 'Mac' should Mount Sinai before bringing which they are like God I Is exhibit personality problemsin If these basic needs have A psychologistwould -

of Our Lady. ever swagger or strut though the down the Ten Commandments the whole of their being, none adulthood found a normal degree of person.say that the Publican
for the second time ,
existing law for which of its has to go Into Aside from love psycholo- satisfaction during our childhood
The rapport
longstanding streets of Galway, a ( Exodus 34, 28)), and Elias energy unafraid to face and acknowl.I
and animating a body, it does notdepend gifts differ as to the exact then almost certainlywe
between the Diocese of Galway the O'Flahertys displayed a healthy had fasted forty days on the have reached edge his defects, is mentallya
has !been upon a body of knowledge number and nature of our maturitywith much healthier individualthan
that of St. Augustine enhanced disregard J journey to Mount Horeb
universe needs. a well-balanced personality
of the created other psychological
still further by Bishop The "Os" and "Macs" have long where God spoke to himnotIn indeed We have a satisfactory the Pharisee.
There is general
In nature they are, pretty agreement
visits to Florida and particularly For the great wind or in the In the Gospels, of course,
the bitter
since forgotten past. not only higher than man, however as to our image of ourselves In our own Jesus is not to
by the memorable retreat which them August 15, which they sffectiontely earthquake or in the fire but they tower over him need for acceptance, for mind an image which we in trying give us
a course psychology.
conducted for the Priests of our has always in the whisper of a gentle be achieve have formed from ourselves
he call "Our Lady's Day, But they too had to recognition and for seeing Our Lord is concerned
breeze ((3 Kings 19 8)). We prImarily
mirrored in the behavior
Diocese.By been a big* occasion even during tested before they reachedthe ment. with helping us to rise
are reminded, too, of our own
his presence in Galway for this the dark years of famine and persecution less rigorous fasting in Lent. goal for which God had The need for acceptancemeans of other persons toward above! our weaknesses, rather

joyous and solemn dedication, our The dedication of their magnificent From Ash Wednesday to Holy created them ai He created that" do not want to us. than with analyzing the
us Before they were admitted do not want to We have a good feeling concerning .
be Isolated we of those weaknesses
15 is fit. sources
P. cathedral
Most Reverend Archbishop Joseph on August a Saturday, omitting the six
to the Beatific Vision the be ourselves We feel at
stand alone, We want to
His is
the of to their and tenacious Sundays of relaxed self-de repeated message that
Hurley expresses gratitude our ting crown long direct seeing of God in which approved by and receivedinto least moderately competentto and must
Diocese to of Ireland which has struggle for the Faith, nial, there are forty days had to make wt can conquer our
a part is all bliss, they those groups which are deal with life's problems. unbrotherly tendencies, whatever .
Our Lord passed the daysof the choice between God and W tolerant toward others
important to us We want to e are the origin of those tendencies
His fast alone with God undistracted self And vast numbers of and free from
be "one of the gang We suffer passably envy may be.

Scripture by people. There them, led by one, made the for example, if we are and jealousy. We are too content If wt feel a compulsion to

I were wild beasts there even wrong choice. They fell. Hell left out of a party by tho.e"hom with what we are to reSent be overcritical and so If-

an occasional lion or leopard was their portion. 'N' value as friends.The what another may be.
righteous wt may never be
forever'T perhaps. But they were no
'For His endures need for On the other hand if our able to
mercy danger to the total Innocenceof The leader tf the revolt Is recognitionmeans wholly eliminate our

Christ, and the mere noisiness the one who matters (IIa! ti that we want other basic needs have not been Inner feelings of Insecurity,

!: last prayer which J. Saviour If one sees only the of animals Is not as distracting old Irish phrase he Is the people to see us as a worthwhile satisfied then we are likelyto but with God'i grace we can

said in common with torment, the suffering, the as the clatter of Abbot *f 11,111.) He was s' sort of person, deserving suffer from deep'seated eliminate the outward manifestations

Ills disciples was the so-called anguish, then one will answer men's speech uttering the constantly In Our Lord's of respect and attention (and usually unrecognized) of that insecurity

Great Hallel, prescribed to Falher that, it was ironic indeed. muddle of men's thoughts mind, that It would' be foolishfor It Is very painful to be looked feelings of insecurity In our Me can take our place beside .

be sung at the end of the And In so answering ont ns lot to live him a littleof down upon as a person of little own mind we have an unfavorable the Publican and fact

Passover meal Join J. will have missed the whole What Our Lord's conversation aura consequence It Is this self-Image which we our own sins, and lease the

1 point. For the Passion and with Ills Father was wt need which makes "status try to bide from ourselves by sins of others to God.

It. Matthew, In his accountof Caslelot s Death cannot bt isolated from do not know, and It would bt Our Lord describes him asa

the Last Supper, makes rr the Resurrection and Glorification. the worst kind of foolishness murderer from the beginning .

specific reference to It. "After All of them together It try to guess a liar and the father of Pope Paul VI

chanting the hymn of thanks, form the sublime culminationof lies (John I, 44)) The two

they set out for the Mount of what has come to be called When at the age of twelve qualities In him thus chosenfor

Olives" ((26, 30)). Ills a thrilling One might wonder about the the Christ event. Our Lord was lost wt know mention appear 11th. Solicitude for

privilege to have this appropriateness of this psalmfor nothing of those three days, names given him. In the Apocalypse unity expressed

prayer, psalm 135 at our disposal such I bittersweet aces At that same last supper, 11how they ended So now he Is called ApoUyon,

to recite in common .!Ol. Was K not Ironic for ts the eve of that same death, wt know nothing of the forty which meant murderer The Following Is a translation of ness of the same truths, there tt accept and rejoice la the

wIth our fellow-Christians or Jesus to chant this gladsomesong Jesus also prayed as follows: days, save how they ended: commonest name for him Is an Italian,language address Is produced in the souls of new things which the Council

the the Devil moved In. given by Pope Paul VI on good sons and daughters of mar bring.
even very of thanksgiving<< with the Father the hour I.I come''! Devil, which means slander,
words which fell from the lips agony of crucifixion staring !Son that Modern Christians tend to one who lies about other people. July 21 at s public audienreat the Church a state of expectation Wt would not characterlrtti

of the Master on the night he Him Is the face Son Glorify your .your And see the Devil as a sort of St Paul Is fond of the Castelgandolfo in which he of suspension of judgment In harmony with the spirituality .

instituted the Eucharist, the may for glorify you comic opera( figure; they art word in this meaning. In the called for greater docility and of openness and active of the Council the atti

Sacrament of Thanksgiving, The answer to that question now, your In part, bosom Father half ashamed of believing In Epistles to Timothy and Titushe humility accepting doc fervor on which the fruit of tude of those who take the occasion
on the eve of His atoning depends on one' view of the me your him at all Even thost who warns his hearers against trine and discipline of the the Council depends, to a of the problems It

death. Fsssios and Death of the Turn It page five know something of his deadly "devlllshness" of this sort Church. great extent raises and the controversy ttgenerates

still think of him to In themselves
reality at a arouse
------ --- and
---- --- sons daugh It Is this
Our Lord sses Iwo ether spiritual attitude,
kind of extra, prowling about BELOVED and In others a spiritof
Father Mlchttl V. c Cannon names the best and highest possible,
the fringes of the Redemp disquiet and radical reformism
We know that visit which both those who .
your bane
Million tf Ntmbrt! De Disc lion But In that great dramahe He calls him Beelzebub, hides a tacit and filial. desireto vole sresponsible both In the field of
la the Council
Is a principal.It which means Lord of Flies- doctrine and in that of d..-
discover something of thePope' and those who must lisle
was to bt tempted by him anyone who has lived In a hot thoughts. \Vt also tt such voices and make them ciplintAs .

QR6At chapteRs in that Our Lord was led Into country knows what that know that it Is not difficult for their ews rae tffer tt the if the Council were frt

the desert. And it was by the means ; the Jews often well grounded sense of opportune tccasios to question
your happy outcome tf the Gas
will\ of God that the three changed the last letter to Catholicism to discover cll. dogmas and laws which

f loriaa catholic histoRyChapter year mission which was to make the word mean Lord of our thoughts and desires manyof the Church has Inscribed on

end In our Redemptionopened t Excrement: Most often Christ For they render easier and the tablets of Its fidelity to
----- If we were to ask you to Christ the lArd! As If the
with this conflict bt calls him Satan the Enemy. more fruitful the mysterious
to what Is the
101 geroui animals that moved On September 11, he decld been the Redeemer and the \\e have still to see why he major guess preoccupation of our action of the Holy Spirit In Council had given suthorua-

remainder ef Portler'a about in the woods after dark ed that it was time to start Enemy To understand why, sought the conflict soul, perhaps every one of guiding, animating and sanctifying lion to to every despoil individual'sjudgment the patrimony
tvtrlasd was Finally, .a July 4, the Rlsha his return to Pensarola and you would answer The coming the Mystical Body of of the Church of all the

marred Incessant physical and his etmpanlon arrived Mobile. ._. fourth session of the Sec Christ, which Is the Church acquisitions Its long historyand

at Jacksonville, and after a Question boxPeople end Vatican I Ecumenical which we ourselves are whenwe proven experience base
hardships and dangersTht .
St. Augustine was In better Council' You would be right' are duly united to Christ
( ast march, managed to given It In the count tf the
frontier people who reach St. Augustine on the spiritual condition than It had We said as much last week J HimselfIt centuries'Perhaps I

Tallahassee lived along the route from following day, been la several years, ..ndI"ortl.r have a rightto upon our arrival at Castelgindolfo is necessary to keep our they would like tht
to the Atlantic
satisfied that could be
was It not se'ves In s state of spiritual Church to become as infant
were not prodigal In their Ills welcome there was most of the ravages which otherwise vigilance: if we want the Council again, forgetting that Jesus

hospitality, and it was a rare warm and friendly beyond his long neglect and scandals had take in Mass to realize its purposes and has likened the kingdom ofheaven
part These world meetings
night when the Bishop and his expectations The ChurchWardens brought( on the parish had greet become s renovating and derisive to
Scotch .f( the Council are Important a tiny seed which
companion had decent placed a house at very
beds and more for their Portier's disposal and offered been healed as a result of Q. \\ III someone please explain I can assure you on the gatherings, both for moment' In the lift of must grow and become a burgeoning .
vlilt. the Church<< \ igilance.thatitto
stomachs than fat meat and tt providt for any other of the ""hy" behind the bans of expertenct that a the life .f the Church lid In- tree Matt 13. ISI.>

torn bread and stagnant water his nreds. The local Florida Heraldof liturgical changes? W'' h y T great change has taken place directly, the life .f( the acrid .is say informed
from a dItch. The congregation completely September 22 editorializedthat In tilt attitude of our people for today, and eves mere for spirit through the week
Why? Why ? trust It means mental sbsorpUoa
of the
The sticky heat of mid.June filled the'Church on the fol. the prelate had succeeded since w t turned towards themat tomorrow. Italy Spirit of the doc-

was always with them in the lowing. Sunday when the Bishop in restoring the fervor not A First let me quote a general the altar and urged themto humility, the ability Tars tt page floe

day, and clouds of mosquitoes ling a High Mass and only of his Catholic people, ) principle from the Constitution make the Mass theirs The number and nature of
the be dealt with
themes to ,
aggravated their sleepIng preached in English. A number but of "all denominations, on the Sacred Liturgy The liturgical regulationsdo their and complexity M. J. Murray

hours at night The Bishop of Protestants also at who seemed to forget their adopted by the Bishopsof not require that wt say gravity
as well as the fact that with
worried constantly about tended Including stveral l sectarian differences in listen Vatican Council II and Mass facing the people! but
this session the Council will
alligators, which ht Incorrect. ministers. who had postponed ing to the pure and unadulterated promulgated by Pope Paul the instruction of the Holy See and
ly called crocodiles, and their own service truths of Christianity M.Ve find In It the principles for the proper implementation officially come to an end Strange but true
its immense follow-up problems
about snakes and other dan- For the next tOf.. ', ." A hint of the separatistcast and guidelines for the of the Constitution on the
Port t I I. r administered bap- that still surrounded the changes which base taken Liturgy says will begin alt these C.pyrItt.: 'F14S NCWC N.... S...:c.
things fill our spirit
turns, instructed children for Spanish Minouan element at place In liturgical celebratiun. .
"It Is proper that the main great concern and anxious
first Holy Communion visited this date came In the same / '
altar be constructed .
separately licitude. It is easy to ima r..r** .
the sick and officiated paper's statement that Por- ". (tJtht'r Chuuh earnestly .
tlvcfloridartonna at a from the wall so that one give the commitment they w.MA'r 1Verr.
funeral. Then, suddenly, he tier had won "the favor and desires all the faithful should may go around it with ease demand of us a
esteem of the American portion l be led to that full conscious, r "
struck down
by a frvrr
and that celebration r
so Jyp
Cat'11 may \\ let your filial cunouty 1'I p nu..nA
llr. which threatened at one point of our |xipiilation, as well and artive participation In liturgical take place facing the people" read In our heart our cares

tt carry off his life, and did a> If his Catholic congrega celebrations which is i .Y.! M O.+.ItiM.O nit.
We who halt old churches, our diligence cur apprehenlions sat a rr,. uo..
not break, for twelve da) .. lion demanded by the very nature
And do
with altars constructed In a and our hopes
II.ho' .. %. Porter of the liturgy Such participation
asp Fri' On September : .
It was near the end of As- different manner halt built you know why There are *.rUtYGAarLN
by the Christian
e4tiot.it rit.. ir .. gust before the Bishop could began the long trek weM people temporary altars to permit us (two reasons. s sr _
I. I.. tin ward lit walked toward bad as 'a chosen race, a royal ',
MI aueire e a.
to offer the sacrifice sucha The first often repeated ere.wrar.pueww,
hit m
riM hl..1 i ".... resume all.1) duties. Priesthood a holy nation a t ..nauII
.rltl' *., ri 1.,... 555.5eis.erie'w' news manner that our people can during recent )ears,, is that! 9
redeemed people'<.1 r.1.l 2, f,
The number! of baptisms increased learned best offer It with us These altars the Council mart not he fit
,. .M rrnsacola, he ,
)111. ...er'.d. cf 2, 45)) Is their right and
SIM r.f Ifir. was. ; they would reach that the sa t friend stationedat art mostly plain in design exclusive. concern of the rand .
duty by reason of their
..ur irlM II 0.. sixty before his departure He Peniactla and Mobile had Baptism but reasonably beautiful the 81''''''', but it rn.it;

Th |'I.HU tthMIt: !I. a. nn.hti preached now in Spanish! as gives their posts. and returned in their functional simplicity concern Die entire people *f
.... up '
ef the .11' PI'e. well as English: and to Bishop 'In the restoration and
I mil Ih..lir.n.i' l i-.IAelit l .It :NewOrleans.. Rlih- promotion And they are true altars God the entire Church a a

Welfars r nf.r.nr. \.... .."1.. Ro ati he .wrote about the I'urtlrr" was n.w alone It of the sired liturgy with the same renew rated ven different was as >
110..., .... M>Mln' ,ul"lllli*<. ei|>.iiente Tlitv tell me op kit vail vkarUlela this full and at live pjituipj. alone l meat of us had at our well know but with a .It
rwl..nl.l, ,,,. Eww.d: II .. snA that I ton
by all the
pioiMtimtd i Ungiia people it the vf trotiiufiiii J
oU altars i
.1... te.n 1.. '<0.r Y.r.. munMM ai
I. 11:1: ** lilt a Cadlliau but dtiptratiwn, ht wrote" tot aim la bt ciMistUtttJ before ..ilk a ,lni.ril. ) v/ Ku II l lIke i

lie 1.\. none fif it. fur I 4u <> Bithwu. "'nlltnJ tl Cnarlti all else __ ___.. __ h __ __ ... attitudes
fB .t tthtvt it mvttlf'' two, asking Mm U>>> l luck after Ut sow uv the Mu fie;: from"Th tkcains. cwnsmM.n. .f jJ

Tie\ Bithup Cumlna! his Fast: t F'lurida again as has Ine the people. l 'that then nuttr y These silvers are" tie faitMul M rc.frvt. to tl I..
..... H.,
,01' p P..o wurtiiui cos-
,;.", .Ih. L'lh" tuitttiun in S'I'.mll.ruth. VK ar general Fnglaad'sdsoces.n : and hear umtortUutl' alit tfwtalUa,l< a two week retreat or parish 1 organ the Miirri- reipMhi fullv and tie trackwf ttfrVe tf the E "
actively H :
... ,- l .cur.u.vs.eur.w
SMU.iil : Ye. ".1. CtawiT. titUnally. kttwaclumM. ....... ..... ,
..... .A. ...11.". mission. He spoke each morning )any, observed the change ef participate In everything Direr year Otunfe. cvctodMa and inter. a.W..r.NM. uah.. J. __.... ., _Mao C\ :M.n..D..' soy ow,
and evening to large fortunes resignedly Doctor which takes tf Divine Revelation.pfofwwt u.. .. t sort ..
,...otl.I., "...... place at tilt altar ptestlee' (signed, plrttel.t pester h.w.t r..SY.e r .H .N..ec Drr .
fI.....' D. r.......' crowds, and on the last day England: is dtx| >( ed to do In t the pant i the great ma- these. truths and r- t.N *.u r e'eI .q i0 .e.Rp. 'w-. ....,,t
The Florida i'atktlie I IIOrlud. r rr1 .
be 11\ fifty Fast lornmunions what he tan in the case but )ontof the aveiace < onc'egat : .. Cause that sera mmmun't\ .4 Owe-i.rf, .a. n.s a -so..,..5a.. .... .f. t h anw. --W

Friday August IS, 194;5 and cllolli mel! inns hit emu ditto iiliirs ate rx ,"" Jot i 1 rod! I. ',vfpanir| |. t>t the laithful/ ,,1o"lf ihen *>* swan 'e a us r.nt .. I-4"I'. -...-n"1\"" ea f1't.s e

0 persons densely l plrulJli. Ft in the Glass comes ttt cujtod.41 and wit- _......


't .

Scripture Hie The Florida Catholic, Friday, AiiRmt IS 1D0.1! /

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For His mercy endures forever'rf Sharing our treasure

.... tr.. ...., (.?, Christ's
w'th the glory I possessed in Dot very fair, let alone my took a much more positive ambassador is

your bosom before the world grateful view of things He acknowledged I.

existed (John 17. I.Si. It'i like getting a gin of a God goodness and vocation
airman achievesGOD
It was" suggested last week million one-dollar bills and kindness as manifested always

that the reason many of us then screaming pained protest and everywhere: in His

find prayer difficult often because a few of them creation and provident government loves all people, but ..t'y.

something of a chore. may be turn out to be counterfeit of the universe, in showed a very ape- ,to

that w* have grown used to The author of psalm 135 .His benevolent guidance of enl; affection for the (people f

associating it with trouble His chosen people throughout rli" of (sr.To\ them lie sent Father I

misfortune illness fear anxiety New their stormy history: our Blessed Lord Jesus
W* all too rarely find Bishop diesPeru's Who remembered us In our John A,

occasion for prayer in the abjection, for hit mercy endurei Christ who was born of a

simple ordinary joys of everyday siding with forever; And freed us Jewish Mother Mary maid, To the the Virgin Jews O'BrIrDrelated ii'

We: we limply take them from our foes, for his mercy .
for granted, as if God owed U.S. Reds endures forever (2324)( ), first preached the Gospel
I and from them H* ebon
them to
us This refrain (for his
Who gets ecstatically grateful CHIC.VGO\O-( ) firstAmerican endures forever) forms the Apostles and disciplesLike Father Polan SS.CC

when he is merely linn I Carmelite ever second half of every verse of her Founder the "and attended the Talmud

what is his due We are quick made a Bishop observed here the psalm, which was very Church has a special love for Torah In preparation for the

to complain when something "the United States couldn't probably recited in litany the Hebrew race, and an In. Bar Mitzvah which I madeat

goes 1\01 ryI; hen things go ask for a better friend than style, creasing number of these 13 This Is a ceremony recognizing

smoothly-well, so what How Peru lifted and chosen people are that one has attained

often we hear when a tragedy Bishop Levin \\'. Hayes! It hammers home the ruling finding their way Into the the age: of responsibility and

or supposed tragedy oc. 0 Carm. a missioner In Idea *f the prayer, God's unfailing ('hurrh. religious duly
curs, the hurt and bewilderedcry Peru since 1951 told a press Ion lag kindness. "My initial Interest In the

: "Why did God let thl.hapPt'n conference here: "Cuban C... We see evidence of It everyday Roman historian at St. AugustineA How some find their way Catholic religion\ was kindledby
to me"Do troites have made efforts is ..ho1In the conversion ofa the fidelity with whichCatholics
lives sod
of it shouldfill
we ever hear the same ever since 1959 to Infiltrate \ our with recent reaetrcher In the temporary Compagnla di Gems In Rome He Is voting airman. Stanley M. attended church services
us gladness
cry uttered as a gladsome the country. but Peru remains and move us serene to frequent and library of the Muuion of Nombrede shown examining: one of the Mission Polan of Richmond Ililli, on Sunday rain or

shout when something pleasant staunchly opposed to joyful-yes, Joyful pra)er, Dioa at St. Augustine was Father mii* of Spanish Florida with Father N. Y., now a !Priest of the shin

happens And why not' communism A Give thanks to tilt God of Ernest J. Burrus S.J. (right) staff Michael V. Cannon Mission director Hearts Congregation, studying of at th.the Sacred llibli- "Hut H was only while I

Whiterr happens, good tr Fidel group Castro's of Cuban bearded Premier heaven, for hit mercy endures member of the Iatituto Stonco dells cal institute In Rome."I was In the army that I took

111, God lets it happen Why literally wen laughed off men the forever (sal), was reared in Judaism," anY Interest In what Catholics
must we pay Him attention belle e.
street in Lima he said
ashy when we think we hate &5 "It wan aroused by reading
a Justifiable complaint! It's Bishop Hayes was rtnl. 9 '" Ancient portrait of Christ books which happened to b*
fr.lfdD(1II'( II) I II Holy'
in amp libraries Two of
Pope Paul namesArchbishop Name cathedral here U sen them 'The Life of St Francis
as prelate aullius ef Skuaal.a .
and r ath> Martin Scott'i
mluloa territory that ei- unearthed in English field
for 'dod and Myself proved es-
tends more thai II,MM miles pes'rally enlightening,
la the Andes mountain -
rouaIry d I "I was stationed at the air
Baghdad see .( southera Pen. Ry John ,V Grrate but also a great rat sty gen' force base at Naknak a remote

MTICA.N CITYC' The prelature Is populatedby I-OMM.V (:NC) The oldest) joitiait of CJuist in eralb outpost\ In Alaska where
( >)> -
Pope r.ul1 has named some 300000 persons, Britain and one of the oldest in the world la I believed to fourth century portrayals I had littl to do and much

Archbishop Maurice Perrm three fourths of whom are have been found deep under the earth of an English villa 01 hrM are rnnflnrd lit a time to do It In. Through reading .
full blooded Indians Th Lift of fit, r'rancls'
former Archbishop of Carthage who ) R* field few paintings mosaics and *
speak Quechua, the languageof 11 pagan meaning If any, of the carvings In Italy I cam to the realisation of
!! to be the apostolic s An almost Intact fourth-
Christian Chi Rho
the IncasPeruvians sign wonderful poxubilltiei for
delegate in Iraq and the Roman mosaic The of thin
r Century pavement Hut after story etcltlng
were depleted by now prolonged goodness through living In
Latin rite Archbishop of : unearthed near a blackksmith's find lH-g.n twoenrs ago
the Bishop as a deeply religious study the experts ate. finding (1..fC' and harmony with! (Cod
Baghdad forge In the village of when<< White, the blacksmith
people who are fierc'e'ly it difficult to see In this head I came to ace more vividly
Archbishop Perrm was the limbo it, Mary Dorirt, tlcoiilcd to btiild! an proud of their liberty" and I anything other than a reprenentatinn that it I le God Who ruIn the
head of the Church In Tunisia shows its central decoration his 1
as to forge<< Digging |jlellt>
go about with, a "nobody stepson of Christ amt according world and that w' are' Ills
when the Holy See reached a the head and shoulders Hritlth Museum holes for the! foundations lie
to the
my poncho" attitude,. subjoin
modus tlvendl with the larger than life of struck the of the
a rdife mosaic
strong careful I '
The Bishop acknowledged Ironographlc 'ClIt; and Myself Introduced
Tunisian government which Portrait of Christ in BritainA cleanshaven fair haired man Professor with his shovel and very "wi..*-
there a r. communists In study by JO'tlynT"n me to our lard at the
placed the Carthage cathedral draped In Roman toga and lire. n hart ly stopped\ and called In thflItH'al Coil' divine .
Peru, but mainly they art not leading fit t l I. Snn of the Redrernrr
and other church proper Ideological communists" II moaalt pavement uncovered In 19C3 by a with the traditional "KlU)" heologM "may be said to archeuloglsts<<, A team who died on Calvary .
ty under government ownership. added "They'r agitators blacksmith in Hmton St. Mary, England, may be sign of the first Christians behind have eitahluhed this If so, slam wan busily and carefully 'a Cross for love of t,a..
the earliest known portrait of Chrut In Britain his head On each side of Britain raping away the '.,th.
gangsters<< who enjoy stirringup It 'Is not only unique in Jesus proved Hit divinity h"
With the (hurrh la Tunisia the people against' the It will be moved to the British Museum in London the head which Is facing The monk li divided Into. rising from the ton,h ai d|
front .Is a pomegranate two continuous .panels, J p< '
If such reduced elrrum- agrarian land reform. Bishop appointed sent the llolv Spirit the I aradele
stances Arrhblthot Peer!II Th head Is encircled by sumaMy the floor of two In to abode within t' .'

) leldrd the title .f ArchbUh- colored mosaics It Is situated I.\(;Lin( Mjerla (IM') teJ''flnnM'tlnl room of( a Ho 'hurrh aril to guld It In 3
Paul VISolicitude
of (arthage and became Pope In the middle of a large Auxiliary liiihop. John Kwao man house The smaller paths of holiness and tru"J

sip In panel at each corner of Amuses Agg'y of l Lagos has (panel, which wan first un I told a Cathnllr' i 'r
14 .
July sulllusf /
Tuais.He ,. prelate w hk h Is the head and anoul Ilf't'n l named by Tope Paul VI I etfithi, contain a damaged Edmund: kimlein. of mrterest

for unity expressed irs of a man with windswept to succeed 7> y.ar..ld. United' central round, representing|{ In the Faith am, ] ho

I resigned from this position hair These ace believed State born Archblahop .Leo the legnnliiry Greek hero nit In touch with I I'-

last and ,. \ to be either the four Hale Taylor S M A., who has Hellrroprwn on the winged' HMal who ,
January has It_ ... e... .... ,.." peelers of ortfadoiv eithershe gaud aad faiUituI ctoiWicn of George <1.1 i iMf
been avuig in trance since trine which Ht had taught winds, or the four Evangelists resigned. burs I..(.Mi( sjuNtrlrvtf III. the camp Fathrr .cava .
art l.uptetoW of th* c nciliar Holy( (nurch. |Portwrpaa in thjcJ" ... .
then John U, M and 11, 13'' or both Archbishop Taylor, a native himera, a m> i Ihoroudh notices of In-"
Archbishop P.rrill.lllt... Perhaps they would prefer dellbrratwA and who our concerns and our hopesfor Th pavement a tact fine of Munlevlclwi, MiMiKita. IsCkpexled pier, |part lion "pat goat and lion

Father was born 61 )ear.ago that to be authentic the true limit themselves to accepting the Council W* are happybecause mosaic Jigsaw measuring 20 \ to s|>e Kl Isle rrfir- part 1 snake; with hunting thai Cahrll\.
"I prrreltrif
only those which they Judgetald ) just as VIM are withus feet by 30 feet has been '. men In NigeriaAnniversary. ac:..... on either sld*.
In Grenoble. France Hewas Church mutt be content with as if it were permitted patient in tribulatten," soar aiquired Iti* second' larger fnatflalao rinses l III the fulfillment *f Ju-
appointed! Archbishop of that which they define as essential by the British Museum doom Ie thai whrn a Jew
to their authority. and you with us pwurvermg hat "hunting canes with
Carthage in 1963 In other words, the from the blacksmith, W, J. embraces She Faith he le I bus
as If deference to th* will of in prayer a* St Paul tJI trees in lunettes on three
Church must be reduced to a Untie ( I :UNI, Ohio (SO) An Inl the fullness .f
the ('ouftl'll rouM be limited beets (Horn. 12, 111.Ve *fci+*. In the fool th lunette I II romlns: *
mere skeleton and renounce gust IS !%&, markf the IJOth hi. Inherltanre.
those which iplrlloil
to do
things not and
Arthtvlugkal d
eiperts a .lone tree with outtre( !n+
Its role ai a living body.Iro"llIl *. It Is necessary ta tin anniversary of 'the Society( of
demand any adaptation of motile craftsmen nitr been l leafy Itramhes Then there "I saw that Jesus *stahllihd -
with frrvor
and operative not MIme prayer mt the Precious fthmd. Tim Society
SALMS. ; oni own mental' > but HIM ever before to lilting the whole" pavemrnlcarrUlly are the four figures In the owners the Church to perprt
hvpothetiC or idealised but prayet' was officially found.1'dby )
merely confirm wv* s o nion. ( (., permanent ess. awl the irnlral' portrait oats his teachings and t the geed tutt'tIMt of the
real human Roman Prtmt
and in the the Gas
hlblfkm" later I Is l..nilon.Th transmit the fruits of the ll.-
E MOREALe.rn experience of hutarvfn There Is ant suffk-knt rn- CottMll This I I. a precious par del Hufalo f H7Wtl'1537' on ,titer She rfUcavrry the site

) the other hand we will ildrritlci glues U the fart UtMiratw which ra h at discovery hat aroused August II, lilt from its was srhrdulrd IliUlljr( at *aanrlrnt d'ft'I'lol10| succeeding fnerationi -

tJf; (t'U 1P4II'' HnAl not say they are good ttter Ik at ekes the Techlg the faithful can offer .In some ontruversy among n birthplace in iiiano Italy It monuinrnl protected Realising that Jesus

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the regenerating waters upon
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tj'I Six: The Florida Catholic, Friday, August IS, IMS
Bishops will help i. ,t. 1 S 1. -------- -- ----

I ;; .. :. ?, 'What's in a name?' given

Chile repair quake damage )'

SAN 11.\< O (:NC) The Bishopi of pain have I answer in Irish genealogy

greed to help the hierarchy of Chile repair the material JIt.

losses caused, by the earthquakea in that country. I I mi.TIMOKK (.NC) Some 350rara ago an Englishman -
hell I named William Shakespeare asked: \\hati ina
Although the meeting II
'assembly weie suppressed by name'"
did not have the authority of the Spanish government
4 Now an Irishman named Edward has
a plenary assembly of the There wen several derisions MacLysaght

Spanish Bishop Confeienceline made Concerning: implementation il{ f come up with a one-word Connaiht now that the profiles
of I liturgical I I I tb lit
that gioups final constitution 'r.Ii answer-plenty. Mac and 0 hat been
changes The Bishops agreedto so widely dropped from thps.naml'S .
has not vet been approved Genealogist MacLy-
translate the Preface of -
it j is
by the Holy See. the saght has 248- undistinguishable
compiled a
the Mass into the language of from 0'Kelly\ And Uiere
decisions of the meeting will all the people and adopt an offirial i *41A page: book 'Cuid to Irish "S u III van ((0Suileabham).
be applied in
generally formula for the prayer Surnames which has been There were several aub-septa,
dioceses of the people during Iau. published her by the Genealogical e.g. 0Sullivan Beare, of this
,I* episcopal committee' for As a general rule, the custom Buok Company. leading sept of the !Munster
the tar apostolat was or kneeling for receiving Holy k A, ) Eoghancht. \ sept incidentally
formed, with a study of the Communion will be preserved ; All the way from "Ubott, is a clan

work It will do assigned to the The Bishops also decidedTo : an English name, In Ireland But folks. like the Reillyi j

new department of the laT .. since the 14th century and come off nicely in MscLy.saght's .
ipostoUtf of the Inltenllv -- implement the social! now quite numerous In Dub book There the no.tatlon .
of Salamanca, "I* prepare. apostolate plan, "to mobili/t For St. Brendan Women's Club Ormond Beach lin1 to Zorkm-"this, the only t Reilly (ORaghak.
ad\18'1'., assistants and leaders all of the apostolic energies Gaelic-Irish surname havingan laigh), One of the most numerous
If the apostolate'." of the !Spanish' Chinch to At installation ceremonies for Carey retiring treasurer: Father officer: Mr!. Robert Kopatz first anglicized/ form beginningwith names in Ireland; the I "

The Bishops also commended establish a."more equitable social St Brendan parish Women Club Sager; Mra Charles Sciolino, corresponding vice.president; Mr.. Lloyd Rensel Z, is a variant of Dur head of the sept was chief of
the seriousness and gen pay special attentionto officers of Ormond Beach, the ; secretary; Father Paul president; Mn, Joseph McEnroy kin," MacLvsaght: ploughs Breffny Reilly,"

erosity" of participants in the private education and its women accepted their new pouts Mew' parish Priest; Mm Knzo second vice'premdent; and Mn, through hundreds of Irish The author makes! note of a
national youth awembly' held requirements, from Father Neil A. Sager: from Scoria! publicity chairman: front John Wachni, treasurer names, tracing family his. "popular misconception, often -
by Catholic action youth -To ideas the left back row Mrs, Edward tory held outside Ireland, that
exchange on pio row, Mra Joel Sayera, Installing ,'
all Mac
in Madrid. Some of names are Scottish-
group avoids
skiing for the social securityof The author carefully
at the -- ----- ------- with such well known Irish
the resolutions pasted the clergy picking the most popular .f
-To encourage commemoration Called martyrs Irish names, apparently fully names as MacCarthy Mao
of the evangelization of Change in format To visit Rome cognizant of the donnybrook samara Guinness, MacMahon and Mao

Deadlines the Philippines 400 years ago :MINKH: (M) Ukraml many belong to the Ukrainian tendencies ef the people about the world"prominent all ever
and the centenary of Bishop an.rite Catholics form the Catholic Church, VILNSTJR: (NC) The whom he Is dealing ,
"..i .t.r... *." W I..".. Pasco d* Quuoga of Mexico, Church of one million I l l l Bishop Kornyljak said the planned by Our vicar capitular of the indt For Instance, there anentry .'.
.h.iK, 0'''* "!'ho P''..'*. fltkfriM both of which will be marked martyrs according to the
Ukraine would not have been
of Sen
pendent prelature Kelly (Mac Ceallaigh Daytona Beach
.5." .. '.'.' .*.. M..4.rl by a celebration in Madrid in apostolic exarch for Ukrainian able to tolerate its Sunday Visitor
sufferings )I. A minor of east
in I
.... ,..*.'.. .b .la. r...k Mt !September' .rite Catholics in Germany without the support of its neidemuehl communist : sept
Jlt: TI\iTV( Indiana I
.Ales hr rr14.1 hr ..hll..II.. -To allow Filipino semi Bishop Plalon Kornyljak Priests "Many Priests hav* Fast Germany, Monsignor
(NC) Our Sunday Visitor! ,
to .>. ,ell..t.. .....,.. 10.... narlans in Rome to study In spoke! recently in Munich at gone: with their parishes into described- a< America biggest Wilhelmolkmann! has In. PRINTING
!Spain' in the summer the national convention of Siberian exile," he said, But Catholic weekly, will. tiled all Catholics In his Letter Press and Offset BEACONAmbulance

Ukrainians: in Germany: Approximately wherever Priests and people soon have a new look, chang prelature to make a pilgrim.age CoucKmtn Printing Ce. Service i It !
12.OW of the 20, live together the Church it mg( from newspaper( to magazine to Rome starting October i, ......, 0_..*
000 Ukrainians living in Ger not dead"
AREA CL 2-4214 11. 255-2406
DELAND format 5, M'9"ot. .
Monsignor Joseph R. Crow. I"I
CAPE KENNEDY ,leeditor. said today the '''I\'
change will, begin to be GIRO'SCuttom "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SINCE Illl" ':
Nordmann Hardware AREA visible in the August issues'He'rr Made Drapes

INSURANCE Fishing lack! P.tptirtd going': !I. look more Carpet Sales t Service Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
THE CONRAD COMPANY Good Lociim th 2650 N. Ds., ; ,
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VOLUSIA MONUMENT n '400'' 2622801 1763 AIA He said there III he use of Cards "For Complete Beauty Cere"PATS '

COMPANY f t S.t.lliU leach topical lull-cover photos, a restvled LLOYD COX BEAUTY SALON I'
1402 North Boultvtrd MOTEL masthead, magazine: e
Highway 1792 D.l.nd While' mint treatment of articles and a Office SuppliesCL The Home of Happy Hair .

M. J, .Itldtuff Own.rAL'S CAPE KENNEDTAAEA stronger use of photographs 2.J473 Ph. 251.4121 cor lOtn t Derbyshire Holly Mil FBUCK'S
tI.h., .rat. QualitPHINTING All edition will convert to offset I III North Bttch Sheet
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FRIED CHICKEN 1r err...... Ihe Visitor publishes local .
TOP SHOP list HHtKfMl, ''.,hit' editions (or 13 dioceses Besides Welcome Travelers
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Conrad Arced. DtLtndPhon edition a Canadian edition, ., Iron ,(
DeLand 734. I4SProicnptons 783-0500 and a Operation I'nderstanding Aluminum SEAT COVERS

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"i as DELAND OPTICAL SERVICE the V"iMtor. Monsignor Crow AT ONAcjw

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magazine providing baik Phone 255.5479 ENLARGED I REDECORATED
ground Comment and fear ALA.CARTE and FULL COURSE DINNERS
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The Florida Catholic Friday, August 13. 1965
1 ,1 Ip I f''r Library serving area

Pope stresses need for '' N '4 I rr 11\II II//11 ta / A A to benefit from playA

sa r
performance of the play, "Becket by the Summer

trust in Church 1 p ,I Theatre Incorporated, to be given at the Jack Tar hotelin

papacy rr Clearwater, throws a spotlight on the efforts of some

.e........ ,... eq. ...1. '\' Catholics of the area to form a library for Pinellas
voices come to us which intentioned who desire r' I
representatives of your age persons County Members of the committee urge that everyone
and of make us very thoughtful, not to betray the fidelity ticket anti
the currents which purchase a make a reservation and attend the
often and owed te the Catholic s
even surprised tad, Faith t
agitate it, who mike to this Catholic
ui thinkof play, support
the attitude of uncertainty because they are voices coming but to establish new corner t i effortThe years ago under FatherGoodman's !
criticism, doubt. \ not only from the multi floss with modern culture.,' II community guidance, is II
Ideological tude of those who do not han / ; curtain will rise at library committee of the 11y\,
Intolerance, i iI
agnosticismand the fortune to have our Faith The problem of relating re Jack Tar Harrison Hotel on Name Parish Women'i CI'' b
even negathlsm which but often also from the llgious truth to the modern Hecket, at I p m., August SS. The Idea of a library
characterize many souls world, he said, is
three dollars Is
higher ranks of the people of per person
who have become the use of Catholics In tl a
today and which it
more God, always faithful and one the price of the ticket The
area took root and last
sensitive, thoughtful and disturbed the object of his "benevolentand yen
reservations be
clone to us, for whom usually ) may placed .
the name" of the protect w ,
by the
peat Innovations ardent observation
as with the librarian of the
the doctrine of the Church
of modern life." is of the and i changed to the Catholic La;
Bishops great ,
uymln' of
Is nourished by fervent study, rren't Library of Pincna
Pope Paul continued cultivated sound theologies Pinellas County, Mrs Eric
: by thinkingand County In 1 adorned with the richness "And it will continue to occupy fiehlen, 344 4M4, St Petersburg from St. Leo'i Abbey :ro
"Strange and confined of Christian life. us during the final phase 1 .
books In memory of Father
"These Xikei eche errors of the Ecumenical Council," .).. I Let Mrs Gehlen tell something James J. Barrett! who taught
Witness tells both ancient and modern and he concluded. about the library Itself: for 10 yean at St. Leo and
Among those presented personally in Pinellas
Library area was an assistant at Holy
already corrected and condemned to the Pope after the With Father Frank Good.
by the Church and man's Name parish when he died
of Priest'smurder banished from the patrimony audience hiss John were Governor and The Catholic Layman's) Ubrary of Rehage and Mrs. Donna VUa. The rant temporarily permission homed, the libraryIs In a Additional memorials have

of( Its truths. and Dempsey their son of Connecticut Edward Pinellat County will benefit by a nhow of the drama it formed of players of room on the northwest corner been proceed during the recent

"Or else they propose hy a seminarian studying fug of "Becket" in the Jack Tar Harrison Summer Theatre Incorporated The ef (the new Holy Name Schol. months, Including the

pot h.
'r..I1.... Ire. ,.,. ...1 scientific and utmost Immediately the Pope a silver plate in hit 25.: For reservations, call Mrs of the area. It 1 III located in the There, best It t an reached outside during entrance large: selection from Father

ward. tome Arab soldiers converted into affrrmalions own name and In that of the Eric Gehlen, second from right, at St. Gulfport parish, on fifth Street, nearthe the Lawrence Cunningham and
present pavement construction the Heenan Memorial.Mrs .
came to the church on foot. which question the principles state of Connecticut lie told Petersburg 31(-1661. Others on the Holy Name Church lot, writ of the by going throughthe
They began smashing windows \ laws and traditions to the Pope: "Your voice of library committee arc, from left Mrs. school building. Holy Name Church lot Cehlen librarian and
and doors which the Church Is firmly peace It what the world Gertrude Roughsedge, Mri. Carmenthe and entering the library west executive director, has had
"Father bound needsM three years of study In library
All and Father and from which it can
of the school building work at the of New
Jerome Bidal. a visiting I never be separated College
Priest from the neighboring "Or else," Pope Paul 1 The library has been open Rochelle, under the Vrsu-
Variety in boo sBiography daily from 10 t m, until 1
apostolic vicarlate of Wau, added. "they suggest odious lines; and hat done library
pm., In addition to announced work In Sweden. Recently,
came out of the church. criticism concerning the his
tory and structure of the "regular" hours of she has undertaken library
"The soldiers placed the Church and purpose radical of Boston's Cardinal pleasesfamily :9 I 30 to 8 30 pm, Mondl)I courses at the University of
tee Prints and Wednesdays Tuesdayand
agalatt the revisions of all its apostolic Miami and at the University'
church wall and fired three Friday evenings, now, of North Carolina. She alto
work and its in the "
presence of the Earth New York Times after the and his advances In 40 years of professional Interest the Is well
shots library as
those to the head ( world that the Church, far SALT open ha" Men a teacher in area
each of them. Then they were so John H. Fenton Roston prelate bunt onto the the American hierarchy It Is t in worlds, He knows the from 6,M to I pm. Catholic schools
from from thosepotentialities
questioned Looting .f the benefiting Cc\urdMrCann. Inc., New national scene in the 19.10s. a work which well should sate dictionary, he allows for Voluntert who help! provide
and formulas
new Fenton acknowledges that the appetites\ of Cardinalrustling's changing meaning and his Information' to Interested ,
church went IIn. Everything; toward which the Ecumenical York. 242 pp. W. J persons
Inside the church was damaged. In compiling the work he relied admirers ear .Is attuned! to the spoken, and prospective member Enthronementconns
Council's In the realm of !
updating biographical
\ heavily on Information fly William K.: Ring NV\\C word, hit object It a commonsense of the library Include
tends would end by.. writings, narratives aboutone
up riiRisn, Texas
culled from Priests closely search for simple, clear Mrs Carmtnltehagt ,
"Then the soldiers left Th. simulating !itself! Into the worlda of the most famous. associated with the Cardinal, U'T'IIK: Careful Writer" and concise expression, combined .14VW.1: Mrs Donna Vlda, (NC) nishop Thomas J,
world which awaits fromit churchmen of the times
rest day about Sam. three not complacent acquiescenre are at extremes.,generally Atone talks with Uoshxi newspaptr-' by Theodore' M horn with an awareness of MS 0871 and Mrs. Madeline Drury .ube\ enthroned In
army trucks loaded with la I its controversial extreme are the frivolous, men, the morgues" of Hot- stein Atheneum, New the subtle differences of Travis, ni 3323 In all, there Corpus Christl cathedral hereon
soldiers came to the church. ton newspapers and an Interview meaning are 13 regular volunteers and
theories and .orldl,. days, wisecracking works which I York. 487 fP- T-M.
They ordered the two Priests with the Cardinal him
For example, Mr. flern but the of \ and sometimes border the ribald
rays /
to self. To write, to tpeak-clearly,
part deplores the use of "saleswise" memorials that have been donated
the of Its 'salt at the other sombre,
vigor<< ;
"Father All wa ordered togo Fenton obtains his objectiveAn simply and concisely our and the glut of other to the Ilbr.r"MrllllH'rshlp .
overfactual ehroni.cl.
to hit house Father Bidal Pope Paul said the spirit- austere.. Informal Portrait of desire' more Intensely than we words J people use In current nllhllp
to leave In another direction oat uarest he .had described Richard James Cushing. He realise VS e want to be understood jargon, adding ""'h'" at a library cards vDrury
Then Father Bidal was shot "Irt.. matt In y e I I g "Salt ef the Farth" Is a blends nicely I light, humorous Ut long to express our suffix.He are Issued.<< for a dollar active Thomas J.
hearts I I. studious and well thought. for ottt year from the dale re
and wounded Later h. managed er happy combination ., both episodes of the wisecracking,
rth I'd. Bonks lent te
to crawl to Father Ill's field. with the serious Hnis out differences are
schools ,
CommemorativeNO f writln, II should more Plot unfortunately *e experience those with cards of membership
house The latter had been please the ending 'fans .fBo.loe's strictly biographical featuresof eflesi the frustration between written and spoke. ,
killed and nil body left under I (NO/ The rln. Itkhard' Cardinal the Cardinal 70 years of our Intention) what we say language that affect usage,

the porch. Later his body was Isis postal .n.\'t\ plans to Issue (' thing-and those lass mUll that the replete with human or write conveys a meaningwe lie notes simple matters of The library \Is specialising
taken away by soldiers. Nobody a postage stamp commemorating be legion interest' had tot Intended. word order that change In Catholic dogma and philosophy September I. Archbishop
knows what they didcith the 400th annlersary The complete Cardinal I meaning One who reads his and at present does not Robert E Lucty of San Antonio *
It." \ of the founding of St John H Fentnn, New Kfig. Cuihing story can be found In Perhaps we have not even' paragraph on "reverend" plan to put on premium shelf will officiate. Since
(Meanwhile. Sudanese refugees Augustine, Florida! ItIII land burf-u. : who have reached the contain the same basic design York Times, describes" hit .'.rth" his tireless work had In mind; J perhaps our miause of that often awkward reading condensed books orpoHilar has sened ai first Iluhop! r(
Congo reported that the government as a five-cent stamp to be issued work as "an infernal afiec, for the mltekms; hit pioneerIng tweeds make Inevitable misunderstanding word periodicals. San Angelo, Ttsas. He aui>
has drawn up lists by the t'nlted! States distal biography He relates In the. fieMi. of ecumenismand by the readeror The library Is, In effect" a reeds Bishop' Msrlano 4. Car
of educated southerners who Post Office Department on that his blink grew out of a church reforms; his clone listener. Such experiences Him stein's topJiUllrated project t looking fur adequate rlia who died here February
are tll be "suppressed August :21 "take out" piece he did for relations with the KennedyParochial lead us to the dictionary and 1 good tumor makes TheCareful and |permanent quartersThe 21.
to manuals of stvle and usage Writer" easy readIng library which. now has
o It will doubtless becomea -- -
ouch at "The Careful Writer over IIKIO books In readiness
favorite resource of professional
lor circulation, began five
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Morally unobjectionable for general patronage. ST. rtnmmnw: ; St. Paul parish has a rosary has stressed that the Congregation of the Holy Office decrees .
Ir.clI. limit Man Frn'nJI"tlon K.nirln Mtldtn that marked its fifth this
anniversary month In
Willow <' ."<< ht forbidding Catholics to belong to or vote for atheistic
"Warren Thut ripultChtytnn. Mn.t.r Ppv ,I unlit Htinttr July 1960, two membm of the parish, concerned about
political parties, or for known to support
AutumnCtn MrHnlonarr .lomt' Iron,. Mllllnnilrt -persona .
world communism! believed that they could help counter.
"''I'I'r. r'tly 'thin sir Pure Thief nf Baghdad such parties: still are in

near RrtttteDuk. a1MH.rrammnHoliday\ Tl Ih.'"."tt. tlltwtyt l1og. ,,II not act its evil through their prayers They wanted to assemble force directly supports the communist -

: w.,. JssmbThe M"n'rl' I n 1< ItMurder M. 'in Th.lr"i' I l a group; of people who would be willing to sacri Cardinal Ottavianl, secretary causeThe !

(4 tuiUft Must Foul lop MtrhlnttTopo fire a portion of their time every day on such a project. of the congregation, confirmed Cardinal I warned
,,, .If u fit M; Son, the Htre OltioTrain against the dangers( inherent
I ....", rron thoM M\tr rut It In ,. The They presented their Idea recall was November 22 1963 the force of the decrees in the so-called "dialogue"
.,.., WrltlnOut" TraitorsTrial to :Monsignor John J. Mullins in an article which Is to
nf Are which have advocated
HntM H.ura. Th. Mm t War nf loan the date of President John F. some
P'If haya Only ont Kew York Troth Ahnut ,Sprint V.F., pastor, and he gave his I Kennedy's assassination be published by the monthly between communists and
Optrttlnn CrmtbBwO Tw Daughterat'naarthty to the Social Studies ,
In November approval plan. magazine
'liT Iowa, It i-nm' ,nTht ., StrtnitrlI Word of his death was received
I' t.tom 'tinHMoh, which is printed by the Don "It must not'tr' be forgotten
'.n Mini It stet' then decided to established just as the rosary
HtmtllnPlrttn \ .11. nf the Prtioni Sturzo Institute In Rome.
nf T
I UK' ? Theor.at.et Pied Piper that
was to begin and it was offered start
nf Tortuia Yon RMtnt Ftnronat'orage : the rosary society, ( the
1I'.r In interview granted
F\.r Told Purple Hlllt to tht End to meet dally to pray for that day for the repose an out with principles which aredlamt'trically
Guns of AuluntTrill' Qi.m of tht PlntMRM of tht "nl\lro. and the of his soul The society was magazine Cardinal Ottaviantobserved opposed to the
world comer-
War "trti' price
h y for the Ptoplt that the decrees
.. Wild" and lbs probably the first lay Church. Every time a 'dia
H.' ulra 11.0" enIuore .dI I c .111. K 'lni rft linn of communist group Catholics from
I Fhonanduah WnodorfulWorld in the United States to sig' associating logue' is begun with them it
; 1 r at Phantom "Nk. Mourn Without Bin The two organizers with parties! inspiredby
Hont nf Kill ridtrpttrfKhtrn : Tank 'In Vltt Nun. A approached nalize his death in that man always! ends with, a diatribe
I I I! The rats Tht You Han tt Run Flit a number of parishioners atheistic materialism are on the part of the communists
(tnAfan .. 7 hrt In tht KltthnMerallv "In full force and Catholics
ianaaisn QuartS lti| rt rurtdlMO and Invited them to ner.On against real or supposed errors

_ i unobjectionable for adults and adolatconts I become founder of the group, another occasion members have a duty to conform to of the other side It is
defied the elements to "
Art OneAdvantur Or.ot' 'Plotuhlsa0nrI' Quirk"i nun Some 15 persons promised to them known to all that he who attacks
,.. The H...".. n' Fperlnrua I the undertaking pray the rosary when warnings
a IIr partIcipate in is in a better
n"nnrI. Tlit issued that hurricane In 1914! the Holy Office! Iv position
areremnurheAtonh snit the "Oikndtaunt infl,ht r of Cue Ding ..r T'..... (, and the Rosary Societycame were Donna toward surd.. a decree excommunicating than he who has to defend
was sweeping
L..r'.. Th. DarknoasHart. II.nlllr"II.lIn into being on August 1, (alholic who joinedthe himself"
of any
B"I St Petersburg,
And SiiUdmly It. MMiHtmuiFlrmmn ... a W.tAf 191'.0.Sint'e. communist willIngly \ .
Mirdtr' \ Ho* nn Members of the Society party or NNN'"" "''''''''''''''
has Rosary
then the
Any Number CM win 'trnnonlUortt group and knowingly gave support
Aphrodite laid and Amok InMtlnn met dally at 2:30: pm. without believe that many people SubscribeNow
Allinnt Rllrttrl. Th.A High Wind In Parrot. ef r>ttp Htrhnrf fail to the Feast of to It.
ef LmtPick JtmnlraHorror ,. ,rt .>f H, fir.... a single Interruption. recognize AssumptionThe
I't Dour tt HaltRanOHs ..f It all, The H.v'.n III.>.. >..lnn One the society was estab potency of prayer against the In 1959 it ruled that it is

\ ef Orgciolt Hou'"hal,. The the World fished. it increased in numbers global revolution stemming feast of the Assumption, of the Blessed sinful! for a Catholic to vote
Buck FpursBurning Ii"ti"on Film 1'h'
and Rwlnf and at times as many from atheistic communism! Mary into Heaven will be celebrated this for a candidate who even in-
Court, ThtCiv iMnhot Dnnaldaon Hint Virgin ..",,,,,,,,,,,''''''''''''''"'''
.,., TheCkushtnNrs kmlicil, .MmLidkt UI Agn.dro5. as many at 50 persons! have Several earl ago Nlkita Sunday. August!: 15 The painting pictured here is
Who Dt Ski I fatty -- ------- -
r'uant nf Hkrlotnrra. IAd'hu. Ladyb'tIIi "h''J'I 'PI attended the service, It is the Khrushchev predicted ti! a t the work of Paolo Veronese. It is part of the
Hound of TrumnttiHi members of the grandchildren of the present
Convict l llto Ift 'In practice for
row and I, TM Iota sod kl I.... "'" nr VItanne to alternate in leadingthe generation would live under Kress Collection in the National Gallery of Art,
World Man From GiUttton, Htnl.n' hors group
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Mummy Tomb I"'IIIOII rm, Pnrllnltitur inspires members of ._
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Moos.hit Affair the /Kosary Society to persist
Dark PurpnttDllttnt
Trump Rlood Runt Cold Till for Inhruk make It Impossible lor every in their dally petition for divine

[If. Blood' Coffin Mv Ntrnt I. InnHnk.d That Man from Rio member to attl'ndpry day, intttrrt's ion to prevent EWIN'SRADIO
rtript: tir Ntfht nrl|.di>,. Tht 11 HoursTbundar number of members have
Family CltrrFltnent Mint Train tt Paris hi.... such a catastrophe
The Night Wtlktr 'nods, of i.iiitiaT SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST
It is estimated that the
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FrtntltOlory lOimflv "'t\td Trunk Tht number of rosaries prayed Golden Fried Boiled
HUM. The Good Boa Twenty Pint Two Among notable occasions during the past five jean exceeds "The House That Service Built" or Shrimp
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Island ef Vtmplrtt Potato Walk a Tight Bops Luscious lobster
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nf t mmIMI R."'... from Benenth
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World, The Honor T.k. randy In the CllyItln tailed auit.nt previously unknown Florida
ReportsSt. I
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torment Lewis j General; Assemblywomen --s DACRON,COTTON
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New Irish Cathedral recalls reportsOrlando

Galway's ties with Florida ST, CHARLES

Recently the St. Charles

,t..u... .pre.d of the Faith to other nerslone before a great gathering ed into heaven and to St 'sa l'' Ada ; i an. wholesome day
He concluded which included the Nicholas On the left will be spent a
lands : of fun at the Kingswood Mat
President of Ireland, the the Lady Chapel dedicated to
"God must hue a purpose Taoiseach, the Archbishop of Our Lady of Lourdes. On the or park. The day was filled

\\g emigration.t shall milel Team and the Bishops of Kerry opposite side, opening off the 4 with sunshine a good lame
lu. the Faith and our locations. Achonry Killaloe Elphin right transept St Colman'a of softball volleyball, basketball

." Killala, Cork and Clonfert. chapel l. and off the right aisle, and tennis and topped! off
The design of the new the chapel of St Fachanan, with a ihort dance.in the clubhouse
The eminent Irish
prelate cathedral has been Influencedby The overall length of the ,
sass born in Westport,
CountyJJayo the classical tradition of cathedral is 300 feet. Widthof T
and is a fluent Garlic Maitland
Galway architecture at the transepts I 1s 158 feet. The
He glows when
he period of the city's greatest dome, with cupola, rises to ST. MARY MASDALENRt
speaks of the
of Ireland
not export prosperity in the 17th century, 1U feet in height External Miry Magdalen Altar!
only its missionaries and in particular by its ancient walls and the drum of the) Society will hold game dayin
but its
pipes, shoes, Spanish affiliations dome are of Galway limestone the school at 1 p.m. on the
bngns] and tweeds. The plan is in the form of the same material that following dates: August<< 17

TV cornerstone for hiscathedral a cross The high/ altar, situated was used for the interior, ) and Jlj; and September 14
on October
at the crossing of nave and During the summer of his and M Hostesses will ten
27, 1957. Planning began in transepts, exactly under the 1963 visit te Ireland Galway ,. tut tI refreshments before play

19'11 and the blessing of the dome, will be visible to every.one was one of the places visitedby begins, Come join your
t This
late l Pope XII was |ivrfi in the nave and transepts the late President John T. friends for an afternoon of

v the final architectural Other altars are in enclosed Kennedy While he Is In Galway I tt ,''i'1 r' fun and surprises, the eonv
| on March U, 1957
design L
chapels named for St. Nicholas for the blessing of the mitten cake
I... late October of that St Colman and St. Fach- Cathedral, the American IS It
Next Sunday August ,
Parish Council Orlando
the of leaders
JUT Galway,
anon They are the patrons Cardinal will bless the John Communion Sunday for worn
Kdmicdaugh and Kllfenora respectively of the diocese of F, Kennedy Memorial Park
welcomed to Galway the hi III. Galway, Kilmacduagh and Formerly Eyre Square, It St Charles Pariah Council' candlelight left, Mss Harry Clemens, president Hell wig, vice-president; Mr*. Chester en are of invited the parish.to sit All with women their

placed guests of honor who Kllfenora. was renamed by the Galway Installation took place recently ; Mrs Ray Zimonkl, tresaur- Katmierctak of DeLand. who daughters in the, reserved see

carol for of the occasion of the As one enters the main I borough council to mark the In the courtyard of the Or- er; Mrs E. C. Holt corresponding was Installing officer, and Monsignor Uon at the I 30 Mass.Melbourne .

bl'siing the cathedral'sfoundation door, the baptistry Is on the site where the late United lando pariah before the statue of secretary; Mrs Joseph C. Lawton, Charlea A. Bartok, pastor
stone. The late right. The high altar will be States president received the Mra. Mark A.
Our Lady. The officer are, from reoordirg aeeretary) )
Cardinal John D'Alton, Arch-
dedicated to Our Lady Slum-- freedom of the city U June,
bishop of Armagh and Primate 1963, Kif C

of all Ireland, blessed The elections for director

the site foundations and cor- Saluted by IrishDl'BUS Krol/ Church in world to manage the Columbus Club
Archbishopharm warns against (Father Gabriel Council 3748,

(NC) Richard Knights of Columbus) were

ORLANDOWINTER Cardinal Cushing of Boston Provincial named To help Asia conducted recently: FrankOverpeck.

received state and military done to Church by discordChurch Willis Daliell.
PARKSt. honors normally accorded HONG KONG (INC-Two) Joseph Fisher and Harold
only to a visiting\ head of state ana (NC) Father John H. Bishops head the roster of ISO elected to threey
(f.Ml.... lr.. Ml. ..*) rent, between the vertical and has been concernedwith Edwards SJ master of Priests and seven laymen Bryant were
when he arrived here as e a r directorships, James
ed States, the consecrating the transcendentaland .
dedicate Galway's was horizontal Interests of the "both novices at St. Charles College from around the world assembled -
papal legate to Aihcrsft. Joseph DeFillppo.
Chart prelate. Coconsecratorswere : Krol the Imminent" and
new cathedralThe Church. Archbishop Jesuit novitiate here, here for the first Robert Grant aid Jam.aRickert
Bishop Clarence G. Is- said at Bishop Gallagher's 'these two form a cross the has been named provincial! of Priests' Institute for social
Cardinal was met at were elected to twe
senmann coadjutor of Cleveland consecration sign and character stampedupon
the Jesuits' New Orleans
action In Asia
ap the airport by Premier Sean and Bishop Leo C the life of the Church of province year directorships. Aloyslua
Lemass and given a 11 gun 'Some would hate the Bishop Uo NsnayaVkaraO Weber, Earl Flckett Tim
Byrne, coadjutor of Wltchlta: Christ a cross joined at Father Pedro Arrupe S J.,
M. F. Kershner saluteGary's. Kansas. Oiurrk work In the sanctuaryand the center by the same bond Jesuit general In Rome S B of Kandy Ceylon and F.aion and Hector Illveitre
operate la a spirit tothrr Bishop Paternus Gelie will complete thstr one year
Among the guests at the that united the beams of that named Father Edwards to
.*erldlnrii, Irrelevant te 0 F M. of Pogor. Indonesia" dlectorihlpi in IBM.
ATLAS TIRES-BATTERIES Duck Inn consecration were Archbishop first cross on Calvary the succeed Father E. Cecil LaneS
the ef this world" said they regard the month
ACCESSORIES Joseph P, Hurley Bishop of person of Chrlst- IItI' 'I A TI5.L P01 Tie long Initituteiponinred by
he continued. "
PlI5' 110,001' AIR St Augustine and Father Archbishop Krol ., a native of Dallas, ORLANDOWINTER
Phone CY 3.9954 coast evil A..." wile John J. Lenihan of St. Patrick "Others would have the said. Tesaa, Joined the Soclely of the committee of micln economic for development life In'

r"... .A. III! parish in Jacksonvilleand Church Immerse Itself In Charity mud be shown by Jesus h"rlln 1941. He/ was or.darned .
Asia (SKLA) as an unparalleled
CKirUs ... PARK
Area Frem St. MM Ot. Ml. .n of
executive secretary
worldly problem. to a degree deeds, he said Unless the to the I Priesthood in opportunity to update

the St. Augustine board of of losing her proper( Identityand deeds are rooted In charity IMS. their Ideas on some of Asia's
Catholic Chanties.Recent Identified with like the actions of
becoming they can most pressing problems: land
C. ,tr.1 l HoridVl Only literature draws a other humanist movements" communists, "scar, damageand Brazil warnod of reclamation, wages and profits Herman J. HtidricH
sharp distinction "betweenthe "
From the beginning the destroy, he continued.
FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME transcendent and Imml- community cooperativesand & Sons
la called to
The Christ!111I-
Our is continue to fomfllot ef tfcii ono with the action Krot said communists'aims population. .*...,. ..< akin**,.
aim fe tone Archbishop
of the f;i. "Soy l It With Fle.eV Pontiff thanks .I t...r ...!. I.' ,...411.. ,.
Mme ca,., ceurtety end tomiderorioii: regordieu but that action "Is easily RIO DE JINLIIIO: ( (.NC) .
have for from our COLLEGE PARK de Paper christened ..aa1/1 nalwa r...." "
nnctl cirtumit'ncei II '"o many years recognized as Christian ac The Archbishop of ,Rio

Mme" locotion on laU I". ho.. FLORISTWALTER Dutch Bishops for hon action in Imitation of Janeiro has asserted that the WILMINGTON (NC) -Th.

Christ, and not In imitation ef Brazilian communist party Is Delmarva Dialog has been
I Frank 6trjn leRoy Hoequitf, Jr. B'ewiltr F. her n.alu aT won
Isle ......- oar.u letterI'TRECHT.The action which la motivated ,bypower reorganising alter being put selected as the name of the AQUINO'SSERVING
.... pastoral
..... .w .. 1 .
I fear, hate or meritment. temporarily out of action by Wilmington dlor...'. weekly THE

In E.it Ortene'e S"lIdi"ifitf'l; of Meriferey HomoiWe NetherIsndi ." the revolution of 1 It Months newspaper whkh will makeIts FINEST ITALIAN FOODS

Here TKo Home 1'..Want, Se Let's Get Te orUI MENGES (NC) Pope Paul M "Some may be Inclined to ago debut on September. ) with DINNERS FROM

has sent a letter to Bernard belittle the approach of charity la hli weekly sidle bread. John -'. O'Connor as editor 410 r.M. f. IliM P.M.
DEMETREE BUILDERS Oo+W Te Mrs Cardinal Alfrink! of Utrecht as something Irrelevantand cut, Jaime Cardinal de 8.,. Offices of the new publicationare LOUNGE
Ti'. FIAOI U MeVi W.., expressing' his appreciation Hnreallitic," the Archbishop I'amars charged that at V* Wed Tenth Street,
rat OI."J. A.. WP,
1107 East Colomi! Dr. rII,-. J7Mtll 204 N. CHANGE AVE. and admiration for a pastoral said, "but history 'the embattles .f( the (18SR Wilmington.Wilmington's. 120 M14VMrriro ,
AC/CM hem St. ._i letter on the Ku: harlot issued proves the contrary All the Poland and CierhotlataUa Bishop H.y.17.f2

by the Dutch Bishops' In April armies! ever awembled all are dlilrlhmlng money for thee Michael W. Style said the Die
"GUARANTEED1 SPRAY SERVICE the navies built, all\ the parlia will begin as a 11
Pee) said the Rlah.ps'datemeat e m m 5 ,Le t. I. reorganiseIhf log pap .
SOD ANNUALS SHRUIIERY Children'sClothes Pepe their "till menu convened have not at fight _,lln.lllI. present paper' printed In offset, and .m wisCae scretiseit eeraae.pesta
FERTILIZER sad bare and wUdom" la promo
much did the
as as the entire Del-
& W LANDSCAPING and NURSERY Line Ug piety and prelecting the life of one man who sum Cardinal d. Barros Camera ware Maryland.Virginia Del- aartore leers eerriiseSCHOOL
I 100 W. FAIRIANKS AVE. WINTER PARK raltk against false doctrlae"Nothing .51,550
F.sed III chldr.ai weir marlied His whole teachingin cited a French publication, marvel) peninsulaLe4oRy eoretico
Is more useful the words 'Love one another Lea Informstions Polttlques e.tacva..1CTeBRADFORDS
.t hf,.. pr:>C" and beneficial for the faith as I have loved you' et Social., which declared

A..p. p.\;", fI seer lu!." he said "than that their Archbishop Krel said 1I1hri.n..h'r that very few communist O."od ft OperteI

jtn I*,.M si. it. anw attention! and teal be directed leaders were arrested after
ep was receiving a the revolution, thus making
c.MA to the Eucharisticecrfke share I b the Church's .,.,.t.- the ," Stationers Inc.
and that they are Invited to lie which easy to reorganlie party ,. p, I SUSAN NURSIY
authority evra
"Our rS. ,. if f lef T
--- w r ye< take part In the Sacramentfrequently. .".. slroag and severe for The eannimiilit party has 110 Carl A.. Sew*"

7707 MANDARIN DRIVE BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST .1f"lh"'II, "le an Inure lace illegal In Until since PHONE 6A 2.1412Rflyi1fI PWe Ml I U7II

PHONE ISS4I1S "On this occasion we gladb meet ef drill's! charily" shortly after World War II. Whose P.4.

Do.II 2SIO S. l-owom' Tr. urge you to continue on this Out both Moscow and
F.H.A. RESALES $100.00 Oc.a'e
42M722 N,to *A 11147 pastoral wav." said the Pope BiaHop Gallagher the Hit Chinese factions were permitted ROYAL PLAZA
'W, will) be very pleated bv Priest of the III year old to operate' openly under PIt. '-47.1)00 Melded! .

anything. you can contribute CUv eland diocese to be raiMd the government of PresidentJoao .... e >.... ....- e..-
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN te the etptanaUM, of the an- to the rank of Bishop conrele- Goulart, which was 14 Ninth. Of...fo Ave

BILL BARDOEFORD IhMtK doctrine. on this great I braced>> Solemn Pontifical overthrown by sntlcommunJit -

Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1,00 mystery and by all your efforts Mais with Ms rontwrators military forces in early
: FACTORY DEALER and his brother. Moniignor.
to strengthen the love last
J3.95 April fear
Family BucM O'ChleUn SAVE ON YOUR and the respect for this eialtd William B Gallagher pester SHOE HEADQUARTERSBISHOP
Pith Dinner 51.00 NEW CAR DEAL sacrament" of tt. Francis of Assist. parish. ,"uu'n U"t"U'Subscribe

Gates Mills, Ohm The entire
Shrimp Dinner $1.15 I PV. U..U U cerentMiy' was t........ ov.rClt'elall4'l now MOORE 4 ST. CHARLES

covrLrrt: DiNNr.ns TO co W. Hwy.1 FAIRVIEW station UF.USTV .u\\ \tun'U"U..,\w
0'w .NOW ( LOCATIONS TO ERVE YOU .IMM e.>.*. c Cleaners & Laundry SHOES FOR BOYS 4 GIRLS

Hy, 17 r. Fen Park TE uu MoUSt.. >..l-.ml ceMriata rut e..,..s

r... 5. mange ilL Tr.. OrlaadeSilver CH 112% CIo.AMhr Do,.oWU... I. ...f...W._,c c., Told to leaveTRI1'A:1DRL'N IEMJ.CCIIIXTRMINATIN

Star A Plae Hills Re1.Edgewsur CY um :..ait 4111 EeVw.tor, (),f.-J. : ladies (SO co WILSON'S SHOE STORES
mtut .. ...,...
A Lee Rd Catholic civil servants have I M. ore
Lake Bartei Rd. & C. CoUalal CT411I once mere been told by the in.* ww M4 st...re>. ... SIM. e 1217 I. <:....;.el, awe a 2104 Uft'''' "Drfc*
tlM Freack A,e., Ssaferd nU4t1 governor of the south India

slate of Kerala to cooperate
WATKfNJ with. the state birth control

ENJOY TRUE fRUfT (IAVCRFOR program or get out Governor
JUST FAINT WAlL rAta A. P Jain said affinals who ]

t have religious/ objections to

PENNIES OR1AMOO WMTM PAJO the program m .it seek Jobselsewhere.

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Now. for Catholics 'of all ages.

and Catholic families of all sizes-

This remarkable new "extra cash" Catholic Hospital Plan has.

been created just for you-regardless of the kind of health,

insurance you already have II

I 19 'Important Questions AnsweredABOUT

Now, with no qualifications whatsoever, you can enroll you elect, 1M east now tnrott awl get yow frstmontb'l

yourself and all eligible members of your family In this

I.What h the Catholic Hospital/ Plan\ Should yon enter t .an-Carhotle poorweekly
valuable extra protection health plan If you mall your It-r-: :
The Catholic Hneprnl/ Plea la a brand.new, low- benefit art reduced by

Enrollment Form later than Midnight 11 1965 cm health protection plan- no Sept. SPECIAL NOTE IF YOU ARE OVER (SBvea Catholics-that part Lena if* income direct to It become effective the very tame day wt receive

-and first month for only $1.001! you when. amend accident or Olsen hotpittliatt your Enrollment For"" Accidents am cov.
you get your though Medicare will pay moat of ymrhotpital you or a member of your family. end on that dare.After your policy a 30 dart old,
eipeBtea-when. Jt got into effect-it 2.Why should the Catholic Hospital/ Flan b* sicknesses which begin thereafter art covered.
toll will not cover ell cf your oeedi. During of special intern a met Under tht ALL-FAMILY PLAN, childbirth' or
this limited enrollment you can art the extrf When to a Catholic "hospital how pregnancy, or any consequence thereof art covered
This! could well be the most Impomnt newt you're If yours Is t young, growing family, then we cult protection needed dunag the, kifk-nsk tea- that the you physical to end spiritual i care von pee recent It after your policy hat been u force for 10 months,

heard in ,till! Now you may enjoy special low- recommend the AlI.r.milt Plan.You and your wife tot yean limply 'by filling out the Enrollment in strict accordance vitn the ethical r end rrlijtimil. l 1. What if someone. In my family hat had a
coat health protection plan that pays "extra cub. are covered for n aata and accidents (including Form below vabout.s, orh" ptJluliOfI1/ directives, of the Church. Under she Catholic Hoteitel health problem" that may occur again?

direct to you when a Hidden accident or aa unexpected maternity tenefits, after your policy hat It't a fact that' people I over 6) are risks, Catholic Plan hmpiul.your benefit ere frttuer If JOlt 99 M t Sven if one of your covered family members hit
licknesi hospitalize or a member of been in force for 10 months). And .U your unmarried lIrh:: uttered from chronic ailment in the paat. prt
you They go to hotpitali more often larger
,.Why do I need the Catholic Hospital PI. marina condition are covered after f the policy
your family! dependent btUren between 3 months of age hospital billl than any other age group. That's I.! addition to my regular insurance hat been in force for two ...rs.

At bit a long-reapected Inrarao.ce company and under 21 are included ft no mil cert as long exactly why senior dtizena need more protection Prohablr your present 'hotpkal Insursnrt won't 12.What condition aren't covered

(Mutual! Protective Insurance Company, gpecialii- at they live at home. (This includes not only your And that's why tome hospital plant won't enter dJ your hospital penset.. .but: even if kdnei Only these minimum necewary eaceptlonr peep
accept them or charge cam beyond their meins. will Htil need NIp to cover ill
children but children have Ja you your thereof
nancy or any consequence (unleia
Ing in tttilt inmrtnctor CttholUt for over 3) present any you may youhavt
But the Catholic Hospital Plan Dot only accept household expanses who ya.a "hotpitaliied. the ALL-FAMILY PLAN), military
yean) hat created a brand tttte hitlth plan, especially the months and yean to come.) you regardless; of age it gtvea yon easyto e.rryprotection 4. Cut I collect cure though I carry other service, mrvout or mental d.w., .sr.or render,
for Cftholirt like yourself! It U called the- If you are the only parent living with your children that ii vukm your meent. If you are hnlth Insurance tuKide alcoholism or drug addiction\ or U anmtthmg .

CATHOLIC HOSPITAL PLAN. ,we suggest the One-Parene Family Plan. This over 6) now, or when you become 6), the following Yet the Catholic Hospital Plan pert r>u 'In eddl- happens "on the K>b' and u covered bf
covert and all eligible children living M home modest monthly (This tiM M any health insurance you carry whether orkman I Compenaation or Employers Liability
Try" This Plan. For Only $1.00 you is the only intreat that can ever: made as individual ot ftoup And all your benrhtl art Lo...
To make It for to "trythl.. and between 3 months of age and under 21. Under thi.pl.n. long ai you continue your policy ia force) | tn.(reel 13.Can I drop out any time Can you drop
nay yon new plan of
course, future additions are not included and
,. It then lot of red qualify
ace for yourself boat how it can benefit you and yoga since no maternity benefit is provided in the One- Female on All-Family/ or Hutbtnd-Wife None at all Your only ouelirn-erion tart, to U to complete .... will never cancel 1 or rerun to renew your
family,we now male you this no ttnntt"introduc Parent Family Plate $2.2) and mail your Enrollment Form by the deadline policy for health ....101I1- for at ben. at you live
tory"offer Female on One-Parent or Individual Plan 3 00 dew. shown M the form below. and continue to pay out premium. V e guarantee
On*lt plans,your cash benefits are paid from the that we will never cancel., modify or terminate
Mala on Plan .. ....., ..,.. 300
You can qualify for this new Plan during this first day enter the hospital for long any 6. Which plan should I chooeer1 your policy unless we decline renewal on all poll'
vary you ai :
limited enrollment period-without btvntf to in for You may chontt any ef lour low mr ptini' -you cwt of thu rap .In your entire area or until the
and ai many times- aa you are hospitalited, ARE YOUR PARENTS can actually select the eiud plan that MOT 1".brat! manmum (Aggregate of Pienefin) of your policy
t tompmyrtpnuntaivt-fttd without ry nt ttptvbftiontrl right up to the maximum (Aggregate of Benefit) SENIOR CITIZENS? If your M a fount trowing familr, wt rtcomnvnd hat been paid. You, of count can drop your policy -
You can enroll yourself and all eligible of the plan you select iht ALLPAMILYPLAN.Youandparrahsee on any renewal date

members of your family and get your first month Important Here It another teal! Most senior citiient guard against becoming a"burden" covered fee all new ikkneuea and aecidenn.Marernity 14. Are anr other unusual benefits\ Included In
: "plui"-if ( henenrt included after policy
are your
/or only tljMt But too often their insurance won't the Catholic Hospital Plan?
havebeen told that in in lorn for ID rnnnthi ) All your un
And after receive you anyone your family meet today'i high hmpital mars Even Medicare -d": : dependent children (and future iHditirxis) Yet In the event of an accidental! death, (within
you your policy, if for eyeaatoa ii"uninsurable"! Even! if one of your covered won't take care of everything. A serious condition between ) nvmtht and under 21 art included, at 00 dart of .accident) of any penon covered.. .
you deride you Wf went it, you may return family members has suffered from tbronie requiring, hospitalitation, can mean the no earn cost, aa long at they live at home. $MX will be I'II"'ID' the covered perann'I paruhunleai
iI withi 10 day tnd your toll, will li promptlynlunJiil ailment in the fait, the kinds of conditionsthat end of their reserves and lost of Independence.To If you art the only parent living with pour chillren you with k) nirnt amither brneAciary -
back and honor their independence end safeguard/ < we the ONE PAXFNT FAMILY tuhiect to the minimum (Aggregate of fWnenn)
come igiin again or are likelyto of
yen fun reserves, enroll your parents in the PLAN. The covert par and .11 eligible children your policy.
How Th* Catholic Hospital Plan. recurA,Cttkolit Hospital Plmi will corn Catholic: Hospital/ Plan during the limited enrollment. living, at home between ) """'lh..f..1Id under U.'X'h, it the Catholic Hnapiral Plan almost
these pre-exiting tonJitioni tfler policy 21. under thin of cnurae, future addition lIke having an eurt bank account PWhen
Differs From Ordinary Health InauranceWhat your Have the parent to he enrolled complete 'ndud,plan.... benrhtpmvided .
are not an maiernirv n
bet teen in fHe'Of' 'tWII .policy Is .Issued, we immediaiely dospea"
is go unusual bout the Catholic two and sign the Fnmllment Form but enter In the ONO PARKNT FAMILY PLAN. your .
new Hospital Bank
Into Health Annum the
But whether or not you have had a chronic ailment your address c/o your name, (Example: t/o If you hat no children or if your childrentrt your mai.
Pltn-and of
why should it especially interest ) mum amount your pnlory IIOIKX $7. i M)
yow John M. Jones 120 Main Street and leaser .
Anytown dependent
grown tift on you, you .
the Catholic Plan will 000 the of
As a Catholic it Is to your advantage to go to t Hospital cover any accident U.S.A.) we' will tend the policy and premium will want the Hl'SRAND.1nn PLAN or Benefit! of ynur depending rt.nl.) Then upnn.. every Aggregate month your
Cttiholie hospital when sickness! or accident strikes. immediately, the very day your policy goer noticet to you. Just enclose $1 'or the first theO If ynn art Irving hr yourself, you will want policy la In font, an amnuna.ea4 to your reeu

In a Catholic hospital, not only have into ,J9cct-and for any new sickness after your month coverage INDIVIDUAL FLAN. (at monthly premium (including your I int month)
needs you your physical policy it 30 days old. There ire only I these mini- 7. If 1 harems hotpirtliied when do my bene- C actually WaW m your .....,mu..... When. you
cared for, but you have the comfort of fits begin, ? has, clam,. bents are limply ..ahdnwn"trots
mum exceptions
necessary : pregnancy or consequence -
h.vinllsrlrirud guidance always avtiltble. In addition On M plane pot Cull benefit art paiil from' the your "account
,you will be rare of receiving the son of medical thereof (unless you hive the All-Family very Ors day you ewer iht hmpital, ., font aa .long 16. Will my claims be handled. pmmpch/F
that is (in strict accordance Plan), war, milinry service, nervous or mental for aa many elitistn" you are nnapitalired. .. ..
treatment with the ;; Yet Vkk your policy ni receive I umplt.eaaytovw l
disease disorder How Can. W* De It? to the Aggregate of Benerits of
or suicide, alcoholism or drug maiifflun ) i
ethical and religious directives of the Church. (Of the Claim Form Your clalma cal be pent.ewed
addiction or if something happens "on the job" plan you chom quickly. and your, chexkt will .be teat directly
if At this be asking "How
course, even you enter a "-Cahnlic hospital, and ii point you mutt can ""e *. How murk ran 1he paid? to ..
covered you.17.Why
by Workmen' I
will be covered under the Catholic Compensation or offer to much for to little" The answer it simple:
you hospital "
has In el
Employer laws. You Park pl. own "Au". Itenefnt, are the premium in the Catholic I
Plan but your ash benefits are actually/ purer if are free to go to We have lower inlet coal:! The Catholic Hospital what we c.llihe manmumFor Hospital PI. 10 low? i

you go to a Catholic Hoipital! ) any hospital of your own choice that makes Plan is a "' .<; enrollment ply/ sod a large volumeof rumple under the ALL.FAMII PLAN Vith/ the Catholic Hospital Plan, you actually rot I

You that Catholics ifionlJ charge for room sod board service with these exceptions polities i issued only during certain limited enrollment tb.wawamalsoot)100swreh111425> all they "tweet it starts I .low coat berauwthk
may agree encouraged a dar) tiva cash moan. IM |71 weekly I
only nursing homes convalescent youi tnmllment 1 and aalewwn
M a mass plan no
to go to Catholic honpitalj' ,hut you may already unitiof (periods And ill business ii conducted s I t011| daily) for your wilt/ IW weekly ($7.14 are mad Our volume la higher end sale
have, some hospital insurance and be hospitals, Federal hotpitals, or any hospital primarily directly between you and the company by mail. N. daily, l for earn al meat elieiMe ch....,... coati are lower.II < .
won- .
you may .
for treatment of tuberculosis alcoholism Under the ONE PARENT PLAN. ,*. ."" .
taleimen ere ''"/.There ire no costly investigations
dering-why do I need ? How mush don Cant month coP
drug addiction or mental disorder wow w |T.100 1100( weekly ((11421 daily) my
Because matter u.tut, older imitrtritt nervous or or any extra fen for you to pay. It all adds up to for you; HO weekly 17.14 daily) for tack of Only $I HI, regardleat. of your age, the sis of
yon now In addition/ to the important hospital benefits, roil smug: we shire with you by giving you lop your eligihlt' thiMmUnder pas firmly or the plan. you arlert. After the nnt i
terry, it amply won't over everjlbiiigfThink you get ill these valuable "extra" features: protection it lower COlt ht HI'WANnVIFf! PtAN. aka ._ month, you par only abase bw mnaxhlr rawf
for a moment-in these days of rising tmum u IT,'*V> ItOOwwklr ((11421 dailv) only 5' month tnt the ALL-FAMIIY P1 AN.mlr :
fw |7) weekly (11071 d.ihl Ii pour wile. l< "H .month l for the ONE PAIFNT FAMILY .
medical costs wculd your present insurance coverall Every Month More Money I la "DtpotitecTTo A Retpected CompanyIn Under rat: iht INDIVIDUAL PLAV.: ii'e MM. PLAN' only $1 7) t month (or the HUJP.AVDVIFF .

your hospital hills? All your surgical! and In. Your "Health-Bank Account"! addition maw u .000- |100a "Kk (1114211 day) PLAN $1.21 a momk tnrTH1
the the :
to exceptional value of Catholic foe ..... INDIVIDUAL PLAN. See low SmucOuee
hospital donors bills? All the medicines/ drugs 1 lere'i wonderful bonus ( -
a feature
you get, no matter Hospital Plan-the low-cott the high benefits; the titan Indicated in .boa at left)
supplies and the otbtr extras? Probably not. which 9, Does ski plan fay even In a ssoe--Catholic
many plan choose-it's almost like
you having inexfr rate of enrollment-you get something even more hospital I*. Why ......1..1......., right now?
And even if til your medical and hospital l bills ""Bank Account"! When your policy ii Issued, valuable: Your policy is backed by the resources, Yixe will be cnverej In any hospital anywhere m Default an uneipetted .i.i'I' I

1/'ere covered, what about all your other expenses-( we immediately "drprnii"/ Into your "Health.IVink Integrity and reputation of the Mend PntedneIniurmre the world that m.kn. charge for mom and .hoard .riat withour. warning and. you will act becovered I

the bills that keep piling up at home-the tremendous Account" the maximum amount of your policy Compeny The Catholic's {.' W""PI auning .hoenea, tonvaleicent unnet until pen ploy .it M lone, Hememher.If I
.om"ny"'reeialilinllln .
.hmpmli P.earl "hoipitala, at any hospital primtrilf foe my ream* Iota rhanne, par mind may
and $10,00000
costly upset to your budget, your reserves 7.50000 or 5000.00 (depending low-tost protection for Catholics all (or the treatment e.1 ruherrulnait. drug addiction return your pnlky within 10 day and ,;:$100 I I
and your family life? upon the Aggregate of Bum fin of your plan).Then across America for more than 31 years Catholics ,akchoiura. M _....... at mental diaurdtr. will be refunded immediately.MoneyBeck. I

// you, t! tn'linnJ, faber and treaJu';Itirr are curry month your policy ii in force, an amount every\*here, possibly right in your own community II I

I mJJtnly totpitttliieii, your income stops, your expenses tqml to )your regular monthly premium (including (including many priests), know .t-ouru. and maybe' --.-.----- -------= -
go up. Even if you have some kind of "..alaryI your first month) n actually nJJtil to your maximum insured by us Many Catholic: txhonl children hive

I. insurance" it probably won't come dose to replacing When you have claims your benefits; ire for year enjoyed| Mutual Protective coverage, Serving receive your Form. This ."/'_' ally pun your GuirenteeWhen
your full-time pay. // your uife it mJJenly limply ",'irh
hoipiUlizeJ, who will look after the family, do the like putting, money in and taking it out of a bank direct! by mail Mutual Protective has its headquarters receive t sample, elly.b-1I1t Claim Form. Should direct, haunt tlsy.to-IIMentand. Bi ./ I of sty

laundry, the marketing the cleaning You may account. In Omaha, Nebraska, here it 11 incorporated you g| any time /lH'flU' b brnrritf, you can be mn two ttkitxmtr yes aide it ft ton /""' sees

have to take time off from your fob-or hire full- Accidental Death Benefit-Paid T. Your Pariah and licensed that your claim will .be handled promptly, a, tee uj Wean *t tutktm 10 l JI awl ac it titfremlMly
time domestic help-to take care of things at home. Jollir.Flutt
Alt Catholic d.-on't k mike IInnd sense for rtftnJ yea* .
11 o" of your btUrtn it ,wU, /, toipitalizeil, In the event of the death (within 90 dart of an Easy T. Enroll-No/ Red lap.N. .-
you to bt protected' by t C/W health plan, N", ,: Because this it i limited enrollment/ ,
accident) of covered under the Catholic Saletman Will CallIf
will certainly no If you're my person
you rItJ'l'n'll'
spare should you or member of your family be we cin only aura enrollment postmarked r ]/lr piiil rUn $'00 mill be l the covetedperson's
\' ,
senior tilizen limited and to
with miWf
ore you enroll now, during thin limited enrollment stricken 'by au knee or accident end tuiMrnfyhoaritalufd' before Sept 11, 19M. But plate lout seas .*'>/
/< hospitalized, even with Medicare here will ( parish! subject to the maximum (Aggregate period there ..re10 oiktr tWifn/iwi other than Vhy not take I moment rr
the "extra" money you need come from? of Benefits) of your policy If you wish to tn complete and mail the Fnmllmrnr Form below eats.and /till out your Enrollment Form Thru ovine m e rrxnve your form, the tnoncr > our Car"-

Without any ,v/r* rash protection In ease of a the name box a beneficiary other than your parish, check; Vt'e" a ill issue your Catholic Hospital Benefit' folio mail it promptly t>iW; $ljOO-.'"introductory oil! ( llotpttal Plan will) corrr toss and viwr familr,

hospital emergency debts may be incurred, Saving form on be your Fnrollmrnt Form and kte (Form PI4" Series) imme.Jul will
sent to you along with policy
may be lost peace of mind may be shatteredandeven your

recovery can be seriously delayed. Special Future for Peace of Mind and SecurityFor

How The Plan Protect You And Your Family "long ill you Ine and! continue to pay your LIMITED ENROLLMENT! EXPIRES SEPT. 11,1965

Now, with the unique protection of the Catholic premiums, we will never cancel or refuse to renew

Hospital Plan,you can avoid these worries-because jour policy for health reaions-anj we guarantee Don't dly-fill out and mil Enrollment Form today, with $1.00, to Mutual Protects Insuranc Company,

you can be assured of extrt test income when you that s>e will never cancel, modify or terminate your 3160 L..n..rt" Strut" Omaha, Nebraska' 61105.CATHOLIC .

or any covered member of your family goes to the policy unless me decline renewal on all policies of

hotpital-to keep you out of debt, to keep your this npe in your ,,,/>. state or until the maximum anR asaw4a.wan.h rawes r aRsr

savings. Intact to speed recovery by eating your (Aggregate cf Benefits; ) of your policy his been paid.

worried mind! No matter how large your family, HOSPITAL PLAN

no matter what jour age or <
as y inker imliftittotii 'I button rr, jou can choose Inaurine A* Visa With! LIMITED ENROLLMENT FORM

any of four low-cost plant, specially) tutored to suit Yet, the Catholic Hmpirnl Plan pan yon f<. nvrVj-

your family's needs. line to any health !insurance you carry whether

inilividiul! or group! furthermore, ell your .,/ ,/" .r; INSrUD'S- NAME (Plealt Print' _
CHOOSE THE PLAN THAT SUITS YOU BEST- ire tof-lrttl eM, WMSgatN L amt nit.
Only It.00 for first month'
your eoverag AtDRrsS _____ Pas
, 110.000 MAXIMUM-ALL-FAMILY PLAN! f'tOO a weak Surprisingly Lew-Coat atnt coy "t". l.a .s.. wr
! CS14 20 day) eitra" cash Income for you. 171 weakly
Membership in the Catholic Hospital Plan costs
\ Its Tt daily) for your wale, ISO weakly (M4 daily) for SIX D Male C'"..I* aesneh e.c r.a.M .
. coniidcrably ten than might You 1'lrOMf"Ts
each el four allgbl., children. you expert. pay

17,900 MAXIMUM-ONE-PAAENT MMILY PLAN: 1100 only $1.00 for your first month's coverage (regardless Tlaaro0samerm, SEPt,111965 AGE DATE Of BIKTH ; '--L-L-J t
awn N w.JsJ ono Iasi
weekly (|U.21 daily) for )OU. |M weekly (17.14 dally) of your plan),then only 7.9 a month for the did wdaaha. d:
for tech of your ollgiblo, children. AIl-Family Plan; only $)91 a month for the One-

Parent Family PUn; only "." for the HuibandWife -
17.100 MUIMUM- HUUAND.W"I PLAN: 1100we SELECT C AU.famil, ra.: If.4.-Fwd H.II....Wale w' +. a feet ..- w it*. s.4wqy
Plan and the Individual Plan costs only
kly ((114 20 daily) for yow 171 weekly (1"0.n duly) ; Plea
for yew wife. $J 25. (When you become M-or if you are 65 *rover PLAN 0 Husband.Wsk Plan IC \ ii =-nh heir wig
MOOD MAXIMUM-INDIVIDUAL PLAN: $100 a weak fiow-ipecial Senior Citiren rates apply. See DESIRED; On.'._ ,1Ift&ly Plea DATE OP aa.om v.r
(114 20 a day) tar you.Metat how low they are in the box follom'ing, ) And re (attach Oas I inn $ SrETH : I '

( la a na.(intuit. ...,111I, Maim are rtewtt If S\J' member regardless of tt,,me of family or the f&n Only) O IIhli.duall'l4; )

Do you carry other" insurance this Ooryty' 0 No OYet (If ",...,* plow. ,tat pails, -"rn. ) "

I mr Crst moorhlr prenium.1 tl.00 aaj beret appir k> Ujeiatl Pars a c. l..sea.ce Camfvir OnMtw. Nt ela, tor
r 1 U. : PROTECTIVE the'Z.'tI l,- ll.npMal: Brnent P.Jacy! fom P14 Srtm and PScn thrfeuakiet. n teleinrU. ahvee I uanWstaAd rise; pn.KT n trt us force Ir
until aaualy: usoeU I undeneanU that unions: I inJicar, aajotiW benetkiar? toto ( oeBr..nf sn wntiag pesos m i rev iearh cud J oaa
aid order change of beach sty the beixisuary foe all!I penoaia cus re4 Boletrhrfpo.witkfc.btth; CoAnbc p.t .11 .., ..1II the .onlN
person wwJet ai the time of ku oVath.D .

.. S-jmedX.
i IM.Hs a_tv. m.s-oo Mot "fwiKTi '
letvenworth Street Onuha Nebraska 68105
snow s.to n Cketk.here if pus' with to earn a beneficiary ..n ?than teats >ah.. tee(t a 'on* will W tent 10 you u! *g .. 'b >.r r y.

Licensed by the State of llorida 4. 11 + t r goes ?>.". make check or monty order payable