The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1963
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00120
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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the thought at-- I -s ', Peace Roots FoundIn

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death that life was just a fruitless .:' r
waste of time!

Man has a definite purposeon

earth and that purpose is,, our Nature Says

in the first instance, to div ,

cover and know the truth,,

in other words, to discover

and know God-Truth Itself. '
: in EncyclicalVATICAN
Knowing God Is not itself Pope

sufficient, however, for as the

poet Tennyson expresses (

What are men better than 1 CITY-Peace is a problem of morals, not power, Pope John XXIII said

sheep: or goats i in his new encyclical which urges everyone to strive for a peace founded on love in

That nourish a blind life stead of fear.Entitled.

within the brain, l "Pacem in Terris" (Peace on Earth), it is the first encyclical to be addressed .
t If knowing God, they lift \ I "
of will.
/ not only to Catholics but to "all men good
not hands of prayer 11 The 11,000-word document calls for elimination of racism, encouragement of
Both for themselves and
those who call them I ethnic minorities, and voluntary establishment of world authority capable of dealing

friends? / I with problems of universal common good on world scale.

r. Our knowledge of God must ) \ 'S t Dated April 11, Holy Thursday, but issued April 10, the Pope's eighth encyclical is
lead to action. Our lives must I (- an analysis of the nature of peace, the means of attaining it and practical measures

be lives of union with God \\ for ensuring ir.
< words to be addressed all
i At those governing brute nature
through prayer. Our lives must : \ The document opens:
i and are to be found where God people and not Catholics alone.
be lived In accordance with V ) "Peace on earth, which men wrote them-in the nature of The first part of the encyclical -

God's will. Our lives must be< r 1 r ) of every era have most eagerly man. Since the problem of emphasizes that every hu-
lives of truth.Augustine. yearned for, can be firmly established -
peace is rooted in man's nature man being is a person with
A if the order laid
Said it Best only he said, it is fitting for his T.1CKM IX TKIIIUS,' Page 6
r down by God is dutifully ob
Man .
naturally seeks happl served."
ness in life. Only a life of truth -

.. however, can bring real hap- The encyclical's preamble Pilgrims InvitedOn
contrasts the order of
piness, for only a life of truth
universe with the disorder
can bring fulfillment of life':
tc evicting among men.
purpose. Since the beginningof
I This stresses the error of
time man has sought hap- Low SundayST.
many who think "that the relationships -
piness and life's fulfillment in
between men and
worldly pleasures in material
states can be governed by the AUGUSTINE-Annual Low Sunday pilgrimage will
gains in
or earthly power, onlyto
find that the pleasure he same laws as the forces and be made to America's Oldest Mission here on April 21.

was seeking had eluded his f irrational" elements of the universe Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley and Priests of the Diocese of

grasp. the Pope says. St. Augustine will lead pilgrims honoring the public pro-
i But he said laws
"We were made for Thee, C Origin.t.,-.by.jr. K. Murphy, cession of the :Most Blessed Sacrament. Ceremonies will
are quite different from
Lord and our hearts cannot! v <_---.._-.__-,_ begin at 3 p.m. at the Dlisi '.

Thee.find "rest until they rest in Christ's Image Remains Alive In sion Father of Nombre Mortimer De Danaher Dio; of I

Today we are living In a Jacksonville will deliver thesermon
world of compromise with its I ,'. :.."' at thipilgrimage .
Holy Land Where He Lived Taught .
resultant unrest insecurity, ; "..". o nLow I .r ,
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t saw !! r .- n Father patrick O'Connor"1 ', -- b'y
worldly many have forsaken .... -" The chairman"of I

the truth many have NCWC News Service \," the Board

y compromised the truth. Even A shepherd leading his sheep, not driving them, was one of the first sights I saw on of Catholic J

r knowing God many have failedto my way into Jerusalem from the airport. Now I was truly in the land where God Schools In the ,

translate their knowledgeinto became man and:: lived:: and:: Diocese of S1-
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s action: "they nourish a places in which Our Lord lived, mother, St. Joseph and the Augustine, Fa...
spoke as man.
3 blind life within the brain." taught and suffered are iden- disciples saw. ther Danaher,I
Here something He used
In the life of the Christian as tifiable with a precision that Of course the buildings the resides in Jack

there is no room for compromise. an example in His teaching- quickens the pulse. surface levels, the roads and i sonville. He }'r. Xfi'...h.r
something the psalmist had
used longer ago-was still to Bethlehem and Nazareth, other superficial aspects are has San Jose parish and Is
"He who Is not with is not the same as they were president of
Me be seen. He likened Himselfto Bethany, the site of the temple Bishop Kenny
against Me," says Christ "and the shepherd who "calls his Gcthsemani and Calvary then. Sometimes the present- High School.

he who gathereth not with Me own sheep by name and leads these are still local realities day town or village is 500 or Father Michael V. Gannon,
1000 yards from the site of the ..
scattereth. them forth He goes before under the same blue sky director of the Mission of

Our supernatural life has been them and the sheep follow that was over them 19 centuiics old one, as uncovered. by the .., Nombre De Dios, invites all the

bestowed upon us by AlmightyGod him." ";:0. From them you archaeologists.One altar boys in the parishes of
through the merits of His of the Passionists, takingme North Florida attend the
Rounding the great grey can look out and see the the to
Divine Son. it is a participationin through oliveplantedfield the Mission
walls of Jerusalem City, we same undulating lulls on the beside their pilgrimage to on
God's life and we may truly came close to the place where monastery Low Sunday this year.
horizon that Our Lord Ills PLACES: Page 6
say that God lives in us. the Good Shepherd chose to Special intention of prayersof

Spirit Battles for Life "lay down His life for His the pilgrims will be for the

sheep." That All be One-Motif Priesthood and the religious
Yet our spiritual life is not may
"There's Gethsemani," said a life.
Identical with that of God. It is ''
Arab fellow-passenger, "I':; Monsignor John P. Burns,
young ;
distinct from but similar to It. "
Our role consists in making use pointing down to the left Chosen By DCCW Tampa ,, :1 /. Cathedral pastor, will lead

where a grove of olive trees v."." 'i i. ." .'>.>,."' large numbers of parishionersto
of the divine gifts in order to stood beside a porticoed church. TAMPA The national president of the National Council _. ."i-"f": : ; ) ';; < the Mission for the occasion,
live with God and for God. We
cannot live this supernatural Behind it rose the broad, grad of Catholic Women, Mrs. Joseph :McCarthy of San ::I ."b J,4ii -- including the children attend-

life, however, without a ual slope of the Mount of Francisco, will attend the annual convention, planned in f -: PILGRIMS, rage 10
Olives. On our right, above the ,- '
struggle. Tampa this year, of the Diocesan Council.

Man's life on earth is a war- uneven, ,was crowded the dark roofs dome of Jerusalem of The opening Mass for the convention will be at 8:30 .. f.Vt; :-... .'. Noted Firm

fare. In a world of compromiseit the basilica that covers both a.m., Tuesday, April 23, in Christ the King Church, a
is difficult to live the truth. Missa Cantata to be celebrated by Archbishop Joseph P. _

All ages have produced men Lord.Calvary and the tomb of Our Hurley. Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan V.F., Jacksonville, JIiI.II'' ,-......,. To Design

who were willing to die rather In Jordan and Israel today, diocesan director, and Father Vincent E. Smith, assistant
than deny their faith, rather New Cross
director, will address the ILLUMINATED CROSS PLANNED
than compromise the truth.
Really living the truth Is Cardinal McIntyre Sees Council delegates on that Eugene F. Kennedy Jr., F.A.I.A., of the distinguished Boston firm of Maginnisand

perhaps no less heroin We Tuesday.Mrs. Walsh and Kennedy, joins Monsignor John P. Burns (left), pastor of the Cathe- ST. AUGUSTINE EugeneF.
Jr. F.A.IJL, of the
are beset on all sides!' by Joseph Schoebert, Eau dral of St. Augustine, and Father Michael V. Gannon, director of the Mission i 0 f Kennedy

temptation and opposition. NEA Making Up IssueLOS Gallie, diocesan president, Nombre De Dios. at the Oldest Mission to discuss construction of a towering illum- tural distinguished firm of Boston Maginnis architec-and

God's grace and help, however has just attended the NCCV'sLeadership inated Cross that will remind Americans of their spiritual heritage. and Kennedy, has Just
is sufficient for us "I ANGELES (NC)-Questioning the need of Fed- Training Institute Walsh

can do all things in Him who eral aid to education, James Francis Cardinal McIntyre, held in Florida at which Mrs. Bring Other Men to Christ Fishers visited De Dios the for Mission preliminary of Nombre discussions

strengtheneth me." Archbishop of Los Angeles, has said that discriminationwas McCarthy presided. Mrs. Schoe- on building the illuminated

To those who are faithful to inherent in the National Education Association's posi- bert led a delegation from the Cross proposed here.

His commands God has promised tion on the issue. 'DCCW to the Institute at the Throughout Diocese are CounseledCatholicity The Boston firm designed the
of everlasting aid to children attending parochial Eden Roc in Miami Beach a .
a crown
Cardinal McIntyre speakingto schools. National Shrine in Washington

glory. Without a struggle there Knights of Columbus here, "It is basically the same week ago. themes willalso which once covered the known: world-Catholicity, which is the truth- D.C., and the new Cathe-
can be no victory. a
/ accused the NEA of using "sep- kind of discrimination that now takes a look at itself through the General Council. The Second Vatican Council- dral of Baltimore.
cross there is no true crown. be introduced at the convention ,
exists in the whole dispute on from the Holy Father down through the Bishops, the Priests and the lay people of the .Monsignor l John P. Rum
the and State
Christ has given us ex. aration of Church as
civil rights," he said. in Tampa, aid Monsignor Church-probes the Catholic conscience, asks the Catholics, "What is wrong with us?" Cathedral pastor, and FatherMichael
the Christian life
ample, efforts
shibboleth" in its to directorof
a V. Cannon,
"The Issue is the right ofeery i Xolan, by Father
It asks: Why is it that w e
can only be lived by imitating Federal aid, while at child to be treatedequally. Thomas J. Bres-nahan, of communism it is because the hoarded, it is a thing to be put the Mission of Nombre De
promote native
a have not, in our time, take
3 the life of Christ "The Way, adherents to that materialist in circulation, Fishers of Men Dios conferred with Mr.
such of Detroit who is director seriously the words which rin g
time denying now
the Truth and the Life. the same
the Diocese
.; 'U we must be separated and from the Gospel- cause are always at the job of throughout have Kennedy on the forthcomingnew
discriminated against," the Car- of the Gabriel Richard self-criticism. They always ask taken common counsel with construction contemplated -

Diocesan Youth Camps dinal declared, "then the Con Institute founded in Detroit "Going therefore, teach ye themselves, "What did we do Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, at the Oldest!' Mission.The .

stitution has become a sham."I by the late Edward Cardinal all nations: baptizing them in wrong?" with Monsignor Harold F. Jordan towering illuminated

Set June Opening Datesdirect have confidence in the Mooney. the name of the Father and Some of the members of the diocesan director of the Cross will remind Americans

American people that this will Another out-of state guest of the Son and of the HolyGhost. Church have been lax in the program, and with the pastorsin of their spiritual heritage, said

speaker, Father Daniel B. Teaching them to observe task of self-criticism. Now, each area. Father Gannon. The first act
:Monsignor George W. Cummings, diocesan director, not happen. all things whatsoeverI The .idea is to shake from landIng .
The states themselves have O'Brien, born in Syracuse is ; with the Second Vatican Council of Pedro Menendez upon
announces this week that plans are being readied by not requested: Federal aid to full-time chaplain at Marcy have commanded ).ou." we are called to an account Catholic shoulders the mantlesof was to kiss the Cross he

Priest-directors of camps in the Diocese for the influx of education the Cardinal said. State Hospital in New York. Matthew 28,19.20. ing by the Catholic Church.The lethargy which seem to have added.

childrenat camp sites this another season at Camp The XEA," he said, "has His background and advanced It asks: Why is Catholicit:y meetings that have been settled upon us, in order to Also to be built at America's

iI summer. San Pedro in Central Florida. made the isMie.. education In pastoral psychiatry unsuccessful in holding th held in most areas of the Di- bring our neighbors to the feet Oldest Mission is a library and

Father Philip E. Halstead Good, Counsel, said the "If the issue is not need, qualify him as an expert in line of the Church in the net' ocese during Lent-the apostolate of Christ. exhibition hall for preservation

will run Camp Good Counsel Priests1I1 provide the what is it? the mental health field. atmosphere of menace in which t of the Fishers-are a partof At the recent meeting Ix Sar- and display 0 f the priceless

located between Inverness and usual program; on the beautifully "If there i* no need, why Monsignor Nolan himself we live? the General Council. asota the Archbishop told documents and books which

,' Floral City. wooded area "hichDIOCES.L'X..l.age promote it? The NEA is con- will address the women on the.WOMEN It knows: If there Iso n
Father Hubert J. Reason will 9 scious of the lack of need."' Page 10.thing responsible for the spreat I the Faith is not a thing to be llJUSG, IJa --



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Tttt The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 12, 1963 Titusville Jacksonville l


PI'-.St.. 'iresaCathoilc! Beach. ,, ..w. y.T .. .. .LENTENMEALS: .-''
Florida ReportsTampa rw t3 tC alts Hun. April 4 meeting In $ ;PAUL .

the school, Father Samuel! Mrs. Pan Btpufep. hn hecn ..
h1 Parka, spiritual J ..director:\! Jed 1 eBlecte4 J prsJ4ent 13f'f 't h'omel's e CALL FOR
JacksonvilleSACRED the prayer,' \\ Guild it st; Paul's

Mrs. William Herrmann, 71tusville Church, Jacksonville; Beaelj}. .
men SCHOOL IIEART. : showed a film about The other officer Serving HOOD'SCOTTAGE
I The Mother's Club of Tampa The Guild of Sacred Heart ITKrF *.uf.. cancer \ question and answer with her are Mrs Edward JUr

Catholic High School!, at a meet. Church, at a meeting, Tuesday session followed with Pr, C. M, barite and Mrs. John Hardened 1 siSwe t

ing in the school library on April 16, at 8 p.m. in the church r Aker, medical, director for the *, first and j wond vIce-

t April 1 at 8 p.m. elected officers hall, will plan a May benefit local Cancer# Society, giving additional presidents; Mrs.( Jams M fessIJter -
for the coming year: event. Mrs. Eugene R. Murphywill 1 4 tk information, $ recording secretary; ; Mr.

Mrs. Edward Halgerty, pres- report on the plans for the Thomas Putei eorresponding
a Mrs. James P. Brown will
ident; Mrs. Gene Scully vice- coming spring bazaar t 0 beheld represent st. Teresa's at the secretary, and Mrs Jpsepft McCarthy
.Y iI
president; Mrs. Lonnlft Lowell, on May 18. tEfi pccw convention and other treasurer,
treasurer; Mrs. Ralph Shirar Following the business meet -
members are Invited to attend.
and Mrs. Michael Scussel, secretaries ing and election, Miss Kathleen
1. p ,, Mrs. Prown was rented ST PETERSBURG
Reilly, executive secretary .for EsiL1 i'r ., *h (
Moderator of the Mother's Catholic Charities in Jacksonville president; Mrs. \V\ Partner I 1't

Club I is Father! Jose! Ruiz. will speak to the womenof \ip vlee-president\tj; Mrs Ann Sher- Flowers for Every Occ*fcn .
rlll secretary, and Mrs, John ..',
The first benefit given by the the Guild. Tinman's Flowers
Club is to be a bake sale on Women of the parish are p'AIbora; treasurer,

Saturday, April 27. There will cordially invited and urged to &tt141t F B9"d.d A rift t
be two places for the sale, one attend. Telegraph Delivery
I I at the Hillsboro Plaza, the SAN JOSE .'V-r.1Il;:: .w :J.UICk
1' other at the Dale Mabry Shop- The San Jose Parish Guild GAVEL CHANGES HANDS, SOUTHWEST COAST Lady of the kaVes! AUar Po-

ping Center. members, at the April meeting, :Monsignor C. L. Elslander VF, and Mrs Joseph Schpebert( (right) attended the clety officers will be Installed

Prior to the business meeting heard a report on plans being meeting of the Southwest Coast Deanery Council of Catholic Women in Sara Qt& when on Thursday, April 18, _t 2: p,mIn C.TJohnson.lnc.'

the members the ninth were enter-grade made for the spring dance. It is Mrs. James Lacher of Bradenton passed the president's gavel .to Mrs. Charles OcHle-' (the parish hall In Eustis. MUTUAL FUNDS

tained by sponsored annually by the man of Sarasota, newly elected\ deanery president Loading on at left i fc Mrp. Christopher -* .
class with dramatic and Low is chair The social. hour, discontinued:\ llrit f>drr l laullat.e| |
speech humorous recitations. Guild. Mrs.the Ted dance which will Di Crocco of Venice, named deanery vice-president Mrs, gchoeberi, of tau during Lent, will be resumed HC,nib Strrrt *"t...
man for Gallie, is diocesan president of the Council of Catholic Women, after the Installation meeting PJIOSB llf-MU
JESUITOfficers be held 1 on April 20 at the
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Dads Club of u. ,, u u 1+ t Churned fresh
of the Club. ,, .
Southside Woman's ; '" ;: '' ,'
j Jesuit High School, says Father New officers for San Jose I or. PetersburgBARRY t",' \ :, :: < : .: : yt -'f's'1J' : OVER 35 YEAR OF ,4GE7HANDS flavor with full family

Charles J. Lashley SJ.t mod Parish Guild will be installed HIGII SCHOOLOn r, .' x.".,': r TIED
erator, are: at a luncheon to be served at March 29, two Catholic 1., '"of;i .. ". Sti }.". '. BECAUSETHEY taste appeal! Healthful,
i 'w Kk
Ulysses E. Valles, president; the Beauclerc Country Club on high school teams! competed ina p r t t I Ii LACK too, 'cause it's high
I Pete Viviano and Sam Latimer, May 7 at 12:30: p.m. Reserva brain-stimulating contest In- TRAINING in vitamins'ard
ice-presidents; Dr. Ruben Moreno tions should be made with Mrs. volving the solution of complex :'v :-4 k ?

treasurer; Pat Paleveda, Robert Phllburn, 733-1438 or problems with a slide rule. xrr proteins. Perfect for

corresponding secretary; and Mrs. James Mackey 733-0632, Three juniors, students of Sister r : r J svrrEMHIOII : Lent's meatless meals.

Tom McGuigan recording sec by May 2, 1963.Brooksville. Marie Antonio S.S.J., fromSt. : 0ECUBITT PAY

retary.Mr. Joseph Academy, St. Augustine ,
chair rn 11e Y.nrr, P1 one for home deliver
Viviano Is: general Journeyed to St. Peters- ?
man for the "Night to Remem ST. ANTHONYThe burg. .U,..... .,,.'.I!., Sl Petersburg HE 5-2111

ber" event this year. The pu}). feast of St. Anthony falls There they met three stu : 1 ;>r Hurt J.f"f.$tl" TIIJ Clearwater 44&9189Tampa
lie li Invited to this t dinner on June 13 each year but, be- dents of Bishop! Barry High Out Thlf. Ftispei eFsL$ 875-1325

I! dance, Fort Homer Hesterly, cause of a number of reasons, School in what is believed to ; -' r. 1i.mt cttcttrttttfflttttt/t Bradenton 7430171Be

'I I from 5:30: p.m., on April 21. we find it more appropriate to be the first interscholasticslide = rM .ddrep ,tt/HtHtttttt'tltt

t have our novena ,of Masses in rule meet between Cath- city t-ttriifttt"ttttltlf'tiltt ,
Park i
Winter honor of St. Anthony before olic schools in Florida. _4 $ U ....,,,,,tt?,,,,,,,,,,,,
ST. MARGARET MARYA the school year is over, reports Richard Gentry of Barry ,

spring dance will be sponsored Father Edward Martineau and George Townsend of the a Gulf port I e

by women of the parish, O.S.B. Academy tied the first match, n' a i ,?N ; S Academy of 1

Saturday, April 20 at the He has Invited participationin each solving a problem correctly .
American Legion Hall. Music the annual novena of Massesin In 183 minutes. w I Beauty Culture
will be furnished by Ron Galli, honor of St. Anthony. The In the'second contest Edward \
Soncoisft Finest
345.4435M Be Dairy
and there will be special en novena begins on April 26 and DuPont, St. Joseph's, defeated
will end 4. < < fl lfp.rt m, 1t(, nttrtlnuF
tertainment. All parishioners on May James Yaeger by solving a r r
Frank M.di i vjli, Director
t are urged to attend and bring These Masses will be cele- .problem correctly in 1.11 min- 4 K ,. ,:\ _, ,

their friend brated for benefactors and for utes to Yaeger's 1.38 minutes.In .

1 Make table and ticket reservation those who honor St. Anthony. the final contest, :Mike .. E: -

I f by calling Mrs. Robert Offerings will benefit the Salvadore, St. Joseph's, defeated -" ,.. t1 tw ;

Chandler MI 7-3802 0 r Mrs. school building fund for the Robert Laplng by a -* u.q .
Wayne Luckock MI 44619. proposed mission parish school. score of 1.47 to 2.18.

r ST. JUDE .
" ST. PETERSBURG Members of the Dads' and kt 1 \

Moms' club of St. Jude parish I OPEX iAT
i ; I
have elected these officers: I to 1Noo1t

i' DANIEL/ I WINTER & CO. Barry Kavanaugh, president; I ST. PKTEllSBURn BE\CH I Ithen.

Jack Powell, vice-president; YSR 15 HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS Louise Baker and, Glenna Mc- 180.IUI Tout Aee.ent littered by F.D.I.C. PREY/Ci

403 FLORIDA THEATRE IUJG. ST. PETERSBURGTELKPHONB Grady, secretaries; and Walter --- n. un nn __nn .
r 862-0381 Konitz, treasurer. EASTER MONDAY IS 25TII ANNIVERSARYPatrons

Field! day for parish childrenis are invited to the silver anniversary card party to be given Easter Monday

set, April 27, 10 a.m. until by members of St. Paul Guild, Jacksonville. Wrapping prizes are from left,

2 p.m. on the parish grounds. Miss Irene Scanlon, chairman, Miss Alice Dorsey, Mrs. A. :M. Haiptle, Mrs. Kenneth

Members of the club also Miller Guild.president: and Mrs. M. Champney Hall. The variety show and'card party, aster's ahead.Jfl -
the June Frolic .
a dance ,
HAPPY plan
on June 8, Treasure Island open to the public, :will begin at 8 p.m. in the auditorium on Forbes and Acosta Street.

auditorium, with music by Dick i
All Your Friends At Crockett and his band. Venice Edouard C. Craig :
ST. MARY EPIPIIANY J t tA Contractor and Distributor IN
A benefit card party for the for
HOME FEDERAL bake sale sponsored by the ST. PETERSBURG
Immaculate Conception parish, Vikon Ceramic t O
/ members of Epiphany Guild Metal CALL r
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOC.i' St. Petersburg, will be held by will be held at the Breezeway and Mosaic Tiles 347-5085 to1T'V
.1 St. Martin de Porres Guild on
C Super Market Saturday, April
1901 Central Avenue St. Petersburg Monday April 15. in St. Mary's 917.49th St. So. 347-4101 c \
13, from 9 a.m. on. Mrs. Charles .
at 1:30 Mrs. Aloyse ,
f half p.m. Molnar, chairman of the sale,
Hitchcock president of the announces that the 'membersare giiiDiiuiiiiuiinHiiRiiHiaiinnnniiainuiiiiiiiQniuiiinuannii! iiioinninmDiis o0M
Guild which aids the parish for
It's the Colored, invites all friendsin baking thein prize recipes. o OFFERS = 0
Suddenly Spring
Pies, cakes, cookies and other
St. Petersburg to patronizethe
confections will be donated for 2-3 & 4 Bedroom Homes in |
; And women's fancy party. the sale. The proceeds from the =
ST. PAUL g 'St. Jude Parish |
sale will be used to help sendto a
Members of St. Paul's Women's -
turns to furs. z. 0fashion's
camp those boys and girls Transfiguration Parish
Club in St. will
who could wot otherwise attend
: Large selection of fine new furs on hand \ have a spring card party, Sat- Good Counsel Camp, located Sacred Heart Parish

Furs restyled on prtmitts urday, April 27 from 1 p.m. to Just, off U. S. Route 41 between "F = As Low as $90.00 Down. |
4 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
Insured cold storagef Inverness and Floral City, = =
The theme for this party will =

Exclusive Tropicalizing process be "South of the Border." Do- Florida.Officers elected at the recent i**' 1325 Arlington Avenue N. Phone 862-4136 | afoot?. *,

nation is one dollar. aiininniiiaiinffi
j "Furs Are Our Heritage" There will be attractive! meeting of the Epiphany Guildare KJiiuiuiiuiaiuuiiiiHiDiuuiimiiauiiiimuinnnisniiiaiiiiinuii
Mrs. Christopher J. D. to
prizes. Tickets are available at
I FNB Charge & Layaway the door. Chairman for this Crocco, president; Mrs.' J. W. .
Plans Available Shannon Miss eltI.w.1t. .
affair is Mrs. Joseph Norris Jr. vice-president;
Phone 862.8688 BLESSED TRINITYThe Ellen Bresnahant secretary;; and There's a new Lazy-Bones

1941 Central Ave. Blessed! Trinity Wom- Mrs. Lawrence? Selzer treas- Fresh SeafoodLet style that's just right for every girl's?
; St. PetersburgLUMBER en's Club will sponsor a dessert and every boy's Easter finery. And how
Representing the Epiphany
card party at the AnchorageClub
of Maximo Moorings! on Guild at the Diocesan Councilof wonderfully they fit! Lazy-Bones are '

Wednesday afternoon, April Catholic Women's convention priced for value too ,
j 24 at 12:30 p.m. in Tampa, April 22-21,:will

; CO: There will be a splendid selection -be delegates, Miss Ellen Bres- us take this opportunity to thank
.ey..Co you
of door prizes as well as nahan and Mrs. J. O'Xeill Cade. .

table Donation $1.50 Mrs. Irene Burns will also. at- .
A prizes. tend. for your patronage and indulgence during -
26th AnnualtQ Tickets may be obtained from -

Mrs. Robert J. Rothe, 264 4 our busy Lenten period; and to'invite

Granada Circle W., 867-4833. Lake Wales .'
The public is welcome. Mrs you to visit us often during our non-fast
,. \ Paint Eventand Walter Decker is general chair HOLY spmlTt

man. At the last meeting of the days.
Pr Club of Catholic Women'Mr. /

HOME IDEAS, HEINZEN and Mrs. Louis Yochem and .
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hogan were Seafood is one of nature's natural containers -
e honored upon celebrating their

Monday, April 15 to Sat., April 20 SERVICE 50th were wedding, presented anniversaries.They with a. for vitamins and minerals and is: i

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STAMPS elected to serve as presidentfor your course at anytime.
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ShoesLadies' Max Young, recording secretary -
; and Mrs. Max Young, cor- kcorfl'II1 d to Sin
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9401 On Alt. 19 Bay Pines -Phone 391-9975 Vitality-Weyenberg held fofthe 'women on April ,
8. Fathei-Arthur L. Dunnigan : 862.5163 CHILDREN'S SHOES
602 East Jeffords St., Clearwater Phone 446-6011 Cushioned Bellalres conducted the one-day retreat 1531-3rcf ,St. So.Phone St. Pete R*.

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I Adherence The Florida Catholic, Friday, :A'pril12, 19G3 Page Three'
; to Catholic Doctrine

I. I Best Promotes Unity, Bishop Says a Yii : 'ST. PETERSBURG .

GENEVA. Switzerland strfct adherence to Catholic doctrine promotes

I 'Jam; both Christian unity and religious freedom, it was stated here by a Swiss Bishop who 4 N ) HAPPY EASTER
an authority both
on su b- wpy
jects. while many important differ- by Christ Himself, that they r,4M ro

I Bishop Francois Charriere of ences still keep us apart would will be tolerant in their attitude :. ,
Lausanne in fact delay reconciliation Instead toward the brothers whoever
Geneva and Fri : SEALTEST FOODSFor
bourg, a member of the secretariat of promoting it. they may be, believers or ;
"We cannot, even for the
nonbelievers."In '
promoting Christian
sake of reunion, overlook the li- Home Service Call
Unity, warned in an interview fact, it is the Christian '
against those who insist on a Church's, laws which governour Faith in which the respect a

hasty reconciliation with separated mutual contacts. and re- person owes to his neighborhas 862-8151
Christians. He said: la t Ions. taken root"Bishop if-: .
To break down the barriers "We shall carefully heed the Charriere continued: :' ... :
instructions given to us by the "It is true that the Catholic >

Church, convinced that the Church is opposed to unlimited : / I TERMITES SWARMING ? ?
Pope and the Bishops desire
religious liberty. And for .K..+', Yi "FOR AN HONEST DEAL-CALL O'NEAL"(9'fJ'leal1
ST. PETERSBURG nothing more than to hasten .
this it is not at fault, 5 since even {
the hour of full reconciliation." the most up-to-date national ( i FY. cc. 'r
: @onli olPACT
I Asked if the ecumenical constitutions and international \ I ( e.mile & flJesl >

H t: (L:? "T council will deal with the prob- agreements have set public order I... (I. PIIILLIPS President

I lJ (awU lem of religious freedom, and morality as a limit to SERVING PINELLAS COUNTY OVER 25 TEARS
LFLORISTGREENHOUSES Bishop Charriere replied: religious liberty. DAD'S CLUB OFFICERS, JESUIT HIGH, TAMPA 2621 Fairfield Ave. So.-St. Petersburg Telephone 862-2128

'This question is a crucialone As Catholics we should Father Charles J. Lashley S.J., moderator, has congratulated these officers elect-

2t.TIX Lakerlew WIRE FLOWERS A... ".. and the council must examine feel no uneasiness because of ed by members of the Dads' Club of Jesuit High School in Tampa, from left, Tom ,.

I 861- 136 it. But nothing can be the uncompromising! attitudeof McGuigan, Sam Latimer, Ulysses E. Valles (president), Pete Viviano and Dr. Ruben THE CATHOLIC SHOP ,
i 8*. Peter.b.rrPlease said at present about the termsin the Church in matters of Moreno. They invite attendance at the "Night to Remember," Fort Homer Hesterly, of
which this freedom will be doctrine', since it is this very
Patronize defined." attitude which is at the root April 21, 5:30 p.m. on, a benefit for the school and music equipment fund. St. Petersburg I

"The doctrinal intolerance of of true understanding and
.- John C. O'BrienWhere Religious Articles and Supplies
_?- our advertisers... the Catholic Church, far from tolerance in daily life. \
-- being an obstacle to practical The Bishop stressed that the New Owners "...,;
: .
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condition. It is, in effect, to other religions is not based on .
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i MUMFORD Returning to the topic of for congress to investigate falls upon congressional in- committees is wasted effort. Our Advertisers SayIt

t fq. Refrlffrratloa Air Conditioning Christian unity, the Bishop problems that would appear to quiries. Often the investigatingcovers Pays to Advertise in "The Florida Catholic"l
Fu.dO The member who field
previously explored -
Heat Pump Service noted that there has been great call for corrective merely a
G_d Xd Appllanm legislation. 1 shows up and votes at roll calls by a committee in a fair-
toward reunion in
progress recent -
t_ OLDEST and LARGEST I8- 9lh.I'boor M. booth years. But some has difficulty getting his name ly recent session. And many of

IN PINELLAS Day 884S7 :Mi 8tR-3Ill He emphasized the Impor- members are in the newspapers back home. the voluminous reports go unread Low Cost
f complaining There is no doubt that legislators by all but the more in-
tance of the presence of non- _
need information developed -dustrious and conscientious
Catholic observers at the ecu-
many committees by their committees to members. Even these cannot Auto
menical council and stated: NArIONAtof
j BY THE -
BOX "It would be an error to and sub- frame and vote on needed legis keep up with the grist pouring
lation. But substantial of from the investigative mills.
committees a part Loans
think that the attitude of these +r.ltttltlula
ti OR BUCKET observers was merely a passiveone. are investigating -

w Their presence influencedthe so Available

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i ii NAME __-_............._._-.._..._.___...._......._...._....._....__ _.., _....._ member of his personal staff, EDWARD JAMES HOTEL Hs -
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some of the legislators -
ST. PETERSBURG FLA 347-4497 The Florida Catholic are becoming worried

about investigations.the high cost of their WinnfsRESTAURANT ,

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f the mushrooming of the com-

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senate debate, "there will be
such a volume of committee

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Catholic. Comment Big. Colleges/ Succor Reds' in U. S. I

.. t political trends, Worker" of March 24 castigates ;among young people. Winston

r He is Risen. 'as He Said I UNHAPPY by Khrushchev -us in advance. writes: awakening of
in Europe and Latin When some of our own "The political
-... ,,' invite communist the youth is symptomatic. The
..... has of to world that is covered with America, have exploded. a superstitious colleges
brought a feeling new a
NOTHING ., :. o ideaprevalent leaders onto their campuses" youth as Gus Hall, .a leading

i quicker to the hearts of men the pall of death. e I in how can we expect any anti- spokesman of our party, put it,

( than death. Man has an insatiable appe- There will be much rejoicing by the ,! 0 U r America. communist moves in Latin has flung open the gates of the

tite for eternity. And yet, day by day, he millions of Christians throughout the : !I This idea has America? market of ideas. University

sees physical death and knows that death world who with Christ have conquered ) I s been nurtured Further, how can we carry :students insist that communists -

death and who hear the words of the | by a seriesof out the San Jose decision to be Invited to the
/'. someday also claim him.
angel: 3J' ti < newspapersfrom keep Reds out of the Latin campuses to explain their
The empty tomb of Easter announcesto "He is not here. For He is risen, as He t : : ., Washington American continent when theyare political views."

the world that death has been con- said. Come,. and see the place where. the : [ to Louisville -' alread)" there That this is .not Just n

quered. The resurrection of Christ gives Lord was laid." : ; V 1 I and St. Louis Carlos Prestes: first transitory phenomenon I s!

a :. : }: ; [ Louis, on to secretary 0 f the Brazilian attested: to by the publicity
))1. :, the W est party, is one of the ablest communist given by the comrade" to
I I Catholic Schools Seek Excellence wi'. ..' .. ., '. v, "-. ,....\, i\ Coast. It consists of the claim leaders and has just returned every college campus appearance
,. f f that there are only two alternative from a lengthy confer- by a Ked leader.

7. =l "ways of fighting com- ence with Khrushchev in Mos In "The Worker" of March

THIS week hundreds of young high Headlines throughout the country are ;! munism." The one is that cow. Rodney Arismendi, first 26 we read an account by

men and women made their clamoring for our schools to produce better K.: :.i.l't: ; ; :..4J5[ roughly pursued by the secretary of the Uruguayan Arnold Johnson of the latest

I annual Holy Week retreats. Our prayers minds. Rarely do you hear them call for 1.' ......... ..... .". "y' if., ,. :: [ United States since 1933, whichis party; who was correspondentfor address by Gus Hall, secretaryof

were with them. In them is our hope for better young men and women. Our Catholic < ': <"v : '' .'....') called "reasonable" and "re the "Daily Worker" while I the communist party, givenat
the future. Out of their midst must come high schools will continue to make ..y, v t \ .... : strained." The other is that was managing editor, is a Brandeis University.The .
x'F. Jl *
1 ; "'A -i' shrewd man. There are account "Everyseat
Priests and Sisters to take offi- effort excel and ;=:":" .' :: ,. "< S ( of the "loud-mouth" and uirresponsible" young opens:
to \ <
places to ;
as academically ; 4
every .. '
,,. ,
\ "' ":'): ";<' '<-$< r .' !' ultra- many others.In in Schwartz Hall at Bran-
in the of Christ. From their the minds that this nation ; i f so-called
cers produce needs. St.
army ;
:< it : zJfv' I' t. > :' Europe, one of the pres- deis University was taken and
: 'f : \: rights.
I t midst must also come dedicated fathers The Holy Week retreat is a reminderto '. .5*. ''''::. : ,<.r Y t ,,.. :ff ., ent outstanding moves is the doors were closed a half

I and mothers, who by their example and the boys and girls that the greatness : t ; .:,V ::' '/" t. 1'I 4a That both of these concepts Britain's decision to sell oil hour before Gus Hall appearedin

: zeal will turn back the tide of moral softness they are striving for in our schools is ; are mainly based on ignorance pipelines to Soviet Russia. what became the biggest

i which is destroying our families and, greatness of soul. We hope and pray that Iq ;. of living communism is not This double crossing of meeting of the year on this

therefore, our nation. From their midst our young high school men and women will I .. I i: disclosed. NATO will permit Khrushchevto campus of 1200 students.

t must come scientists who will Christianize fulfill our dreams of greatness for themin :: I There is, of course, a third carry through his program, Schwartz Hall can seat 450 but

a profession which, although exalted, is in the army of Christ, in the world of ,.'i; t ll and proper alternative which which I noted three weeks ago, more were turned away than
.fI < ,. ,,; 1 of running huge industrial able to get in."
serious danger of becoming a false cod. science and in the home. : .it i Americans know little of. were
"f' '
'h". ':i :' S combinations from Moscow' to We make reference to this
I .W':
II I\t.i. m; ..c: 1ii tP It might be called the pathof East Germany.It episode because It is the latest.

I Father John J. Castelot : : Pope Pins XI, the path of will fasten the soviet and not to single out Brandeis

fIjf scientific analysis I of our hold on the captive nations. University for criticism.

: : '<<.., enemy and common sense in But how can we complain Communist leaders have appeared -
i Jesus Good =!
Portrayed as Shepherd ":.), :". } !'-,......t4t t.,. ...>> *'if<:!" 'i wf combating him. about this sale, although both on the campuses of

) '};:: ? F'f<' ... 4S' the United States and West Brown, Yale and Virginia Universities -
THERE is about psalm 22 all he refreshes my soul. He The psalmist pictures God as *,l:'_"<; '#,w 'I .,:i:iX"t tr: '*'.< Before we get Into this discussion -Germany will not participatein within the last few

I I of spring, guides me in right paths for an exceptionally considerateand '.' 2,:,,,s,. .",i-. :'''''' '' N ." .,';j }"4 : "jtt
with its "verdant his name's sake ((1-3)). host 'who shelters '< .. :> go into for several weeks, let
pastures"and generous Poland and Red Yugoslavia of
.,}Mt.ft; { .{ "r'ti \ Red -places. The address Benjamin -
,., ., ..
.... ,) 1 us survey briefly what has
"restful It him from his enemies feeds z't > .
waters. paintsa Thus charmingly does the &:$.; : .' :;} t'i$ >" '** ;P'J and give them favorite J. Davis, party vice-chair

a pastoral psalmist portray God's lovingcare him, anoints his head with per .*:. .... ,,:..."..., > .. 'S .:Z1. >" ; "..,;,,};. '""?>t ,111"1. 't.z ." -.,.''fJf/ "" ...;r"t.,:.'''f.' >>,. happened in Europe and Latin trade treatment? man, before the Harvard law
America.On .
) \ :i\Ot : '
scene, with for His faithful servant.He fumed oil (a mark of high respect : ::- ,: ', { : t ; Yk ,:"x. > ., ;<:* .M1\ .. d4 .;: ., : 1 4.xt. '' ......'. are brought our forum being
?: ,v. t ;: .lf"" : ''' i'i'
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the Lord as showers blessings on and very refreshing, too, .?';:;'! / "s *. ,,; ..,. J'i 1 A" *isuW.' ;; <*" the latter continent, the first thought of the communists the thousands of copies.

the shepherdand him, refreshes him with His in the hot dry desert air), and V ". ."/ :" 9 : qSS ,! Joao Goulart government of on our campusesbythe Bi-partisan leaders in official

the psalm-1 1 grace, and guides his steps into keeps his wine-cup filled to : ;;: : I' ,, :5 ,i f Brazil to which we have just extensive article in the Washington, as a sacred duty,

j 1st as the overflowing.Here : v loaned million dollars has FebruaryVorld Marxist Re- should our colleges in a
of in $400
paths righteousness. And r[ < 4: ..... .f4'fr/, : : :'* ., .L"i:, 1: | urge
: '
sheep. Such so doing He shows forth His again we have a seriesof -r' :0> .,:k; ,:fJr.-it.'.!I begun to use that money to view," written: by Henry Win public proclamation not to give

imagery was own glory ("for his name's images portraying God's : x'v. I protect the communist con- ston. It is entitled 'The Na. this aid to ."the arm of Moscow -
.. .. ._ .__. __
familiarto V --- 4 "
very v. sake"). goodness and generous kind- gress held in that country. We tional Duty of the Communist .

the Israel- f This realization gives the ness. More than any merely can see, quickly how weak we Party, USA." Simultaneously we can then

ites. Their ancestors -- psalmist a warm sense of se- human host He pours out His would be in asking Goulart to It reports the strengthening begin to insist on stiffer and

thepatriarchs curity. blessings and favors in abun- Frank J. SheedChurch do anything against the communists of the party-.here, largely basedon intelligent anti communist

had all been dance. And the soul of the for which 'The its growing popularity moves elsewhere.God' .
For just! as a shepherd
semi-nomads, wandering over psalmist Is filled with delight. !": S

the hills and valleys with their dark guides his flock and through Jesus spoke of Himself! as I Instructs World On
valleys narrow
flocks and herds. And even Father Leo J. TreseBecoming
where danger the Good Shepherd (John 10,
after the Exodus and the settlement mountain passes! -
I In Canaan, the economyof lurks on every side: so 11-18)). Use of Sacred Love's Power

does God guide him, and he And in the terms of this
the Israelites was largely Sainf.sVocation for All
pastoral and agriculturaL knows no fear. psalm, He has led us to the don't need Priests to tell us how to live our

The shepherd stands readyto restful and life-giving watersof 'WE lives. The Church is the of sex." J
Palestine is not a rich land; Baptism; we can walk enemy you aim at a vocation Their immediate object is promises and for JOY.

good pasturage and water, especially beat off the attacks with his of through the world and its That last idea is just about universal. Even Catholics I which calls for special skills, Cod Himself: to believe) in Ing God. I

the latter, are far from wolves and jackals temptations without fear, for are not all free of it. And never has the you first must obtain the Cod, to trust God, to love In baptism God Infused Into
abundant. Without a wise and stout staff; and 30 it is with the non-Catholic world been so united in con, .. ..
He has overcome the world. necessary: training. Specialized Cod. > '- S our soul the' virtue offaith.

\ solicitous shepherd to guide divine Shepherd. Every day He spreads beforeus I' demning the Church for it. And not the irreligious training calls Other virtues, which are This means that we have a

i them sheep could easily In the second stanza the the Eucharistic banquet; He world only. Great bodies of for time and called moral virtues, have Intermediate special ability, a supernatural
f shifts somewhat.
perish. Imagery has anointed our heads with Christians are so committed to the right- effort. Even objectives. Such talent for believing. We shall
; natural then God is now a hospitable desert
It was quite not lose: faith easily. We
the seal of His Spirit in Con- ness of divorce and contraception that, if with time and virtues as justice, truthfulnessand our
1\ for the psalmist, like other sheik and the psalmist The a firmation; 'He has filled our ever the differences about dogma and effort In chastity, for example, con- shall not lose it except it be by
tired and fugitive.
biblical writers, to liken the hungry our own fault. But, it Is almost
and the hospitality of the desert no-. cups to overflowing with His authority are settled, these two would every profes- cern our 'neighbor and our-
Lord to a shepherd sional school inevitable that we should be
selves.A .
people to Ills flock: mads is proverbial. They con. grace. stand as a last, seemingly unscalable obstacle afflicted with temptations
and With even more right than in of re-union. Our there are virtue i is! defined as "A
The LORD is my shepherd; I sider it a sacred duty, the way objector, against faith.

shall not want. In verdant pas- there are many beautiful examples -the psalmist, we can say: The 'whose name is legion, might begin by many find the whol habit which* perfects the However, If we never had

tures he gives me repose; Beside of it in the Old Testa.. LORD is my shepherd; I shall -* quoting St. Paul (1 Cor. 7,9)) : "It is betterto too hard j powers of the soul" and inclinesone received any religious Instruc.
do A simpler description
to good.
restful waters he leads me; ment. not want.I' marry than to burn"-in other words, if you simply can who quit. In of a virtue would be tion, our talent for believing

not control your bodily lusts, you'd better get married. most such in- to say that it is a spiritual would remain unrecognizedand

Question Box Surely, they say,. no more Insulting be completely itself, not mutilated stances the quitter, ,simply, does talent.A unused. Since hope and
compliment was ever not have the necessary talent love follow upon faith, these
its natural results not natural talent such
I Easter by June 9has paid to marriage. prevented by any of the In. for the work he contemplates. talent for music or art, is an inborn virtues also would remain un
l Make Duty Without manual dexterity, for cultivated.
i your Without going back to St. genlous tricks men have in example, a person will become skill. Such a 'talent does Love Is the most perfect of

Q. For several weeks my Eucharist during that time is been celebrated in accord Paul, the objector will base his vented. neither a good typist nor a not necessarily make one a all the virtues. It is the virtue
musician artist.
been presumed to offend God in a ance with the lunar calendar accusation on three things- The difference about sec" good surgeon. or an which directly unites us with
pastor has advising ((1)) the Church's praise of virginity An individual might be born
I serious and important matter. used by the Jews. between the Church and the There is one vocation to I God.
to make our Easter duty. makes marriage seem a difference with a great artistic talent. Yet, \n act of love, buttressed"
The reception of Holy Communion world is not the which all of us must aspire.It .
went to confession at Christmas at any other time of Q. How can a Priest tell sort of shady second-best; ((2)) between hostility and acceptance is the vocation to which If he had no lessons in art, by faith and hope, Is the
time. Do I have to go whether parishioner Is a the allows the of had brush in his
the year does not suffice to fulfill a Church use but between understanding God has called us-the vocation never a paint highest form of worship that

again? the law, which emphasizesour practicing Catholic? I ask sex (grudgingly, adds the objector : in depth and super. to be a fviint. hands, his talent might lie dormant ne can offer to Cod.

A. The only time you are need for the Blessed Sacrament this question since I need a ) only to the married; ficlality. This I involves a training and unused. That Is why prayers of faith,

obliged to go to confession is if we are to remain letter stating that it is all ((3)) by forbidding contraception that is life-long. Deathis Similarly, the spiritual talents hope and especially of love are
when you are conscious that free from sin. right for me to be p sponsorat she condemns millions to The Church sees a sacred- our graduation. It is only which God infuses into i:so essential to our spiritual
of mortalsin. a cruel and unhealthy abstin ness in sex of which the world soul at ,'Ife.
the baptism
you are in state There are some persons whodon't a Baptism.A. then that the diploma is placedin our may re-
commit serious sins and ence. knows nothing; and it sees a main unused. When, In the Mass, our lovefor
The parish records will our hands.
which the
Confession has at all dynamite in sex, Having been God is united with the
nothing who, therefore, have no obliga- baptized we ;: Infinite -
fairly well show who is a practical There In rough outline Is world knows about but omits We have one great advantage -
to do with making ycur Easter tion to go to confession before have a supernatural facility : love of Christ, then our
Catholic and who isn't.People what objector has in discussions.The which often is lacking to
receiving Holy Communion.You your from most of for believing in Cod and His ;.act of worship has reached its
duty.We who fail to those who seek a. worldlycareer.
bound receive register at hi* mind. How do you cor for trusting in ] culmination.
to Holy teachings highest
are must ask yourself two the parish place themselves In dynamite first. Sex can We already have the ,
Communion during the Easter questions: have I received Holy rect his vision?
an embarrassing position if take total possession of a man necessary talents for our task. -
time which starts with the first Communion since the first
they have not taken time out Virginity the Church sees as or woman, absorbing and con- God has given us the requisite TRANGE BUT
Sunday of Lent and ends on Sunday of Lent? and a m I to the
to be recorded as members of a special vocation, not for centrating every energy abilities.We TRUE
Trinity Sunday. Thus you have guilty of mortal sin? their own parish.Q. everybody, for a minority onlyto ruin of character and action; know that, as long as Little-Known Facts (for

90 or more days during which If the answer to the first is whom God calls: In these the people will die for it, the mild we maintain our effort, we MURRAY Canrgu.no,new s..a.v ..
you can fulfill the precept of no, then you must receive on Will kill for it. By M. J.
you please explain whole power of love is directedto est people can cannot miss. There is no basis
the Church. or before Trinity Sunday (this "nihil obstat" and
"imprimatur There is
God, not through a husbandor for discouragement. 7MARIRZELL
Anyone who refuses to be year June 9)). If the answer to ?" The other element the
wife, but straight. no excuse for failure.It HASolRpog1
nourished by the BlessedCatholic the second is yes, then you A. "Nihil obstat" is a short. Church takes wholly into account in baptism that CL OF
was I ,
of is sex's sacredness. ; % 5Qwgr&HUNGI7
must receive the Sacrament Marriage is not a second- _
tened form of "Nihil obstat God gave us the talents PLLt4tt'I

r Penance before you receive quominus imprimatur," whichis best, It is a best for those Because it is sacred it, can which we need in order to
Holy Communion.Q. whom God has not called to
Latin for "there is
\ no rea- be profaned in fact, only become a saint.
,, Why is it that the date son why this should not be celibacy. It is a high and holy At the moment of baptismGod

for Easter changes each printed." "Nihil obstat" is the state, which we enter by way the sacred can be profaned. infused into our soul the '.5 FrI.

? phrase by which a censor certifies -of a sacrament. And that same When you talk like this your three great virtues of faith, .

year A. Easter Is a movable feast. that he has inspected a St. Paul, whom we have just objector will stare at you hope and love. .

:. By this, it is meant that it does given work and found therein heard quoted as though he blankly, then probably laugh God's gift of these virtues Is

fixed date but, nothing contrary to faith or made the most reluctant con helplessly. Do not be thrown an indication of His love for -
.bllhe4 Friday not occur on a
r every
t cession to marriage, tells us
morals."Imprimatur". his mirth and
good off balance by '
the first after S
Inc. falls Sunday
that is of us.God
I'.O. lt.z: 5551 GArden s.sna the full moon that occurs on or is Latin for marriage a symbol the contempt it implies for is so anxious (speakingin RARE
Orland the union of Christ and His AUCUOTMIAN EAL:
1SS Eal& Colonial Drive .
simplicity.The human terms) to have us
after March 21. "let it be printed. It is the your I '
Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada Church (Ephesians 5,21-32)). DISC0VERE.D RICEM11.Y)H ttAflO
other countries There is no theological reason -word by which a "Bishop or with Himself in heaven, that ; Is .EUEVED b HAY! ffN 5(1)4
I' 00 lr year; sex act serves human ,4 : ; WMC),) fl45 5g 'f MM3RJ
$&oo. why the Church does not his delegate licenses a work Within marriage the Church life itself as nothing else doesit He makes our progress as foolproof o'TMZORDIR. S
The Florida Catholic !. a member for We of as possible. He does not FIAC.MED .niECoJP4'raY
fix a definite date for Easter. publication. speak does not allow the use of sex is there at life's origin; It
Press Association -
of and the the National Catholic Welfare. However, the present systemof the license itself as the im grudgingly. On the contrary, Is there necessarily; no sexual leave us to struggle towards 4 HS9.

Conference News Sen-let. Bojnei' determining the Easter dateis primatur. she teaches it (so does "St. union, no life. Procreation, we Him as best we can, at the .

and. Martin Entered, publishers'as second representative. class mail- deeply rooted In ancient cus- "Imprimi potest" Is another Paul) as a right that each can call its life-producing functions: mercy of our merely natural "\ : .
Florida. will sometimes see demand capacity for faith and hope and .5'IME01l ir SAID 1OU11.IICD
May 1. 195, at Orlando phrase you of the other, apart
which Is pro-creation, deputy M4 .
1kE crtlcP.DiSClpU S.
under the Act of March 3. 187S. tom.The the at the beginning of a book. It from serious V
custom dates back to reason (like men- creation human beings playing love.God MD 7t) HA"E
EB time when there were various is Latin for "it may be printed"and tal or bodily illness) neithercan their necessary part .in the provides us with a ACTUALLY KACHID TW- CTWHtH \,

calendars 1 nus e among nations is the phrase used by the refuse It without sin. creative activity of God. supernatural facility in the OF no He WAS I
rather Vlaeeat X. Smith some of them based on head of a religious order or his practice of these virtues, to 7RA1AH. ,
DxecuUv Editor the rotation of earth around delegate authorizing the publication Contraception we shall lookat The Church steadily reminds bring us more surely to Him. ; //.
Editors: : illii A. IfrllwlcJeteph Jane QulaaMark the sun, others on the moon of a book by a memberof later here we note only that us both of why God gave man self.From CACti ftM M MO1O ( ,

S A. KetUr around the earth. the order. This authority is the Church does not teach that the powers of sex and of the the fact that the Greek OF ST DE>JOTr, WHO ACCOROlNO '

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I Moral Law Guides MenTHE TdW ;- 15 S Daytona BeachBABCOCK

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charge is made that moral rules in imitation of the wants His f I-
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longer breathes the fresh air of whom Christ condemned in therefore, --
)I the Gospel but the suffocating these words: sonal set of VACUUM SERVICE

I air of old law "They bind together heavy The moral Repairs & Parts All Makes

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even seems to but not with one finger of their Ever since

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second sessionof Is it true that our moral notion that KAY'S Restaurant

the Council theologians have been sadists an ethical 734 Main StreetUNEXCELLED

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many of the the law of Christ encumberedwith Christian HOMEMADE PASTRIES

multltuuuiuus the complexities of an income It takes
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our books of moral theology.Our Is it possible that the Council As Furniture Books

theologians, so the indictment may remove all the stifling foundation Greeting Cards

goes have been bypass. do's and don'ts from the" moral ty is not the LLOYD COX

ing the broad generalities of code so that Catholics may enjoy with himself Office
the Sermon on the Mount and "air conditioned con of man with

have been manufacturing sciences"? Will It be sufficient,, less CL 2-3473
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confessions merely by owningup to Christ 'c
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Daytona BeachReid's to vague and general of. personal : Our help supportour
Fathers in evaluation of Father tona Beach for accreditation took place on three days last Daytona Beach's Mainland newspaper Do you help
it the Fathers of
As I see ,
Records reduce High School in Day by the Southern Association week. Members of the visitIng High School), Julian Markham Advertisers?
support our
the Council have no Intention
PRESENTS system of committee are pictured, (superintendent of pub-
of relaxing the moral
tions such from left, Thomas Owen lie instruction, Volusia County -
Gives Ovation (social studies department, ), Dr. Martin SchoppmtytrColI"e
They will bring it up to date on POWDER PUFF
Education UniTcrsity
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in its application and they will principles of Florida, Gainesville BEAUTY SALON
the essential nature of in deciding in its Midst
clarify but they will certain. ticular Pope Council Unit ), Dr. G. Ballard Simmons Creative Hair Styling
(chairman of Visiting Permanents. Silver Blendingand
ly not repeal one jot or tittle of general .
Committee), Father Urban Tinting
j the moral law. Christ 1E (NC-During) his final Sunday Lenten visit to Studies NextSubjects Schnaus O.S.B. (departmentof

For the moral law is simplythe that would in Rome, Pope, John XXHI recalled the spirit of physics Catholic University H.Ua 31. 8eh..k. OR 7-4S1S
er from 5 S. Atla.tie Orm nd
will of God and the Council said that while joy "we must
I y: SItREOPHONICI4IGH.FIDWTY tion, a was good, always of America, Washington, Opp. Coqalna<< lI.t.lY
i CONSOLE dare not tamper with God's take the to aspire toward heaven, mortify the flesh and D.C.), Miss Maureen Crum

t PHONOGRAPH MODEL 00* Will. the glory of the (physical education department
Those who grumble about gave and three hours and covered a routeof VATICAN CITY (NO)-The Bishop Moore High

( the Church often misunderstand changing about 37 miles. Vatican Council's coordinating School, Orlando), F. Owen
Luxury Listening the times. lawful to rejoice In
the nature of moral theology The visit took him from the commission has assembled fora Chastain (director of public 4

I and I feel sure that the: The achievements, but vicinity of Rome's fashionableVia full examination of the proj-- instruction, Putnam County), ALUMINUM I
I at aBudget Price. ology is not always bear in mind Veneto to the walls of the ects for submissionto '
.. Council will help to clear up I prepared Sister Mary Catherine O.S.B. AWKDiGfEaelatirtt ;3
these misunderstandings.Moral many or are travelers on earth municipal cemetery and out the council's second session, (principal, Santa Fe High e S.tea ....
A setting Contemporary' but the said to the crowds at '
pace theology is a state.. along the highway to SanBasilio's. opening in September.The School, Lakeland), Sister 0 C.rperta c m."rUL
console la Walnut *nd carrying Irrelevant Church of San r.u.. e tAlft:
tb.certification tag of the noted ment of the rules for Christian which he visited commission will remain Mary Herbert S.SJ.. (principal 8.re. W.......
a on
Fine Hardwoods Association: ,this behavior. The Church is the! 31. His first stop after leavingthe in session until it has St. Joseph Academy, 0 Tr&iierC&bssss
) V.M unit offers: Body of Christ and moral theol, moral code Vatican was at St. Teresa's examined all the projects revised St. Augustine), Sister M. C
4 quality speakers; 20-watt : become this thought to
) the individual
by council -
(peak) stereo amplifier; separate ogy is Christ explaining self is church near the Via Veneto Bernardita O.P. (principal.
Bass, Treble Balance *toneomafic through the Church how He! the astronauts, where he had the roof of his commissions in the past Father Lopez High School),
** Loudne and Function complex and Father said: "The car lowered and stood to bless two months. ))r. Merlin tt. Cox (dean of
I Controls.Plays all sizes of records will really of human science" in This is the coordinatingunit's
I on the famous V.M 4-Speed Auto- times the crowd. evening instruction, Daytona
1 matic Record Changer with CUNNINGHAMOIL the progress and enrich it. Next he rode to Verano second series of meetings Beach Junior College) and
Diamond Needle-Ceramic Car COMPANY specific it does not end in God, since the council's first
cemetery where he urged the Father Irvine Nugent (president l.
I tridge. Provision for V.M Accessory I will great failure:' session ended last December 8.
"Drop-In"Radio Tuner. crowd to pray for the dead. of Father Lopez High
mark of a at San Basilio's At its first meetings, from
Reg. $199.95 Two other stops were in the School).
Specially kee
I in a temporary hall January 21 to 28, the group
Priced $139.95 came a working class district of Pictra- Free Estimates
procession passed in gave instructions to the individual
R.dl. was "The the still unfinished lata and at a Salesian technical commissions in their Welcome Travelers Phone CL 2-6034
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Finest Music I I' I good. almost a mission area drive to San Basilio's the Pope guidelines set down by Pope Rattan Wrought Iron Venetian Blinds Co.

p Library oil has only two priests braved the chill to bless the John XXIII last December 6. Aluminum fcst. 1947

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Pope was escorted held at the offices of Amleto
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West, Lenten visits to Rome's station.al attend those meetings of
Pope expressed "great
the coordinating that
churches Pope John had group
nist Douglas at the welcome given Floyd J. Tredway's
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Don Crimi Gay Leonhardt "They their Bishop or his representa: CatecheticsPRETORIA
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sign of this good, the number of languages, accord-
warfare- parish churches, at each ol f
said, was the sight of ing to a survey published by
he blessed the crowds.
Mr. Hyde : which
of the
holding up their chil the secretary Bishops'department
people Afterwards he sent a message -
of education and
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,- ent." to greater things, I know is very natural for Us to I past few years. Beauty Salon!1& f t
and simple things wish to consider the encounters Seven catechetical schools .,
t against I have lived them." of this Sunday as a happy prel S have been set up along with a HAIR STYLING \ .\
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and drizzle marred the ude to the imminent encyclical- national catechetical center, PERMANENTSA r

in : took the Holy Fa. letter of which We wish the which has a library and servesas SPECIALTYPERMANENTS
while the
to San Basilio's church,, beloved people of Our dioceseto an information center. .
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Page_Sir!; Florida Catholic, Friday, April 12, 1963 On Good-Friday r '*._
MichaeLCorryFather Of
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S\X.Je.\x (x-c) A Good

Sudan Persecutions Draw Friday procession and serviceon
: z \ Priest, Dies in Ireland April 12 :will ,climax the

mission of Puerto Rico
Protest from Press 'Union OCALA-Michael Corry, 72, father of Father WilliamG. in front of the capitol buildinghere.

Corry, died on April 8 at his home in County Clare, .

PARIS (NC) -A protest against the current anti- Ireland. The Priest's father had been ill for about a year. The proce ion will form at

,Christian campaign of the government of Sudan has been jvir corry is mourned in Ireland a Requiem High Mass for the<< the cathedral and proceed
+ by his widow, Mrs. Corry, through the streets to the
i made by the international union,of the Catholic press at a S repose of his father's soul at
,. f < two other sons James and where Archbishop James
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meeting nere. i 8:30 on .\ I p r i 119 in Blessed
Catholic mission, expulsions to 4 John, and a daughter, Mrs. P. Davis of San Juan will preside -

countries The journalists stated their from opposition eight 44 Priests, 19 Brothers and 45 ic/J; V J: Thomas Clare. Pyne, all of County Trinity Chul''h.Ocala' Catholic. school children at the service. Thousandsof

to restrictions against Sisters. In addition, about 50 from Blessed persons are expected to participate
The funeral was held In the event the inten-
freedom of information and Protestant missionaries have
School attended the Mass and
Wednesday of this week in St
tions of which will include the
objected to racial and religious the Sudan the Sisters of
been from )
expelled sang response
A y / / M t T.x Mary's Church, Lissycasey, and success of the Second Vatican
discrimination. St. Benedict who teach at the
The Catholic press group after the Requiem Mass, inter- Council, for Pope John XXIII
f They then singled out the t school joined the children at
urged its members in all countries i' ? / ment was in the parish cemetery and for curbing communism.
I arts of the Sudan; governmentin jrJj j J 4 the Requiem.

Khartoum against: the to promote celebrationsin I there. Sister Virginia was in chargeof Protector Named

Christian minorities in South December noting the 15th : Father Corry celebratedContinued the choir.
Sudan. anniversary of the adoption of

(Latest reports on the Sudanese the "Universal Declaration of / ; Places where Lord Lived brando the Vatican Cardinal administrative Antoniutti staff of

> situation are that two more the Rights of Man." ,4.it y .. d ] ) has been named protector of

Priests and three more Sisters The union also applauded the .MIF a jj Y VR t Quicken Pilgrim's I Pulse the Little Sisters of the Holy
S..r whose motherhouse is
are being expelled. This infor- work of Catholic publicationsin Family
Eti in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
( mation, received in Kampala, all countries in the struggleto I.
+ A b ( from Pat One) tombs. Xo wonder Mary Magdalene -

; Uganda brings the total of end hunger in the world. .L.w. near Bethphage, pointed out and the other two wom-
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They the made to developing coun the Sheepgate" in Jerusalem .
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t by the working class, the par tries. less to replace them the Pope., masonry that met Our Lord's t1 Itt 2Iflt11trttl =Iol1re
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:t f him hopeful, the Pope said, because men may come to discover ers of the single political communities ,' from the journey," and "there

. tI "if a man becomes conscious better the bonds that the -'came: !; a,. Samaritan woman to
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The Florida Catholic Friday, April 12, 1963 Page Seven

I TV Shows Pope Signing. .Encyclical F t rM Joe Williams

i C. O'Neill .
By .
VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) : John XXHI's new encyclical on world peace is ad- of New York Again i Picked i To

dressed to all men of good will. .

The Holy Week encyclical of His Holiness Pope John XXHI is the capstone- of the Lead American League Race

Pontiff's life-long effort to f ,XF
beckon During the telecast, the greater part, come within the
men and nations to Pope signed five copies of sphere of natural law. at it this way: If the New York Yankees were
peace. t LOOK
C In a television broadcast the document, which was This explains a characteristic last year and, as practically every one concedes,
S ,day before the encyclical was witnessed by 'Vatican difference of this document, they are the American League's most improved team this

officials. that is the fact that it is addressed how miss?
issued John year, can they
: Pope noted it is
unusual because I it is "ad In a brief speech the Pope not only to the episcopate J And if hate, incited by success, is a

1 dressed not only to the episcopate said of the Universal Church 4k, in. ,+itw marketable commodity, ((3,709,733 paid to
"The encyclical letter, 'P cem
of the universal church and to the clergy and faithfulof see them last season) boom reaction is inevitable i
in Terris' (Peace Earth) is
t on the whole world but also
and to the and faithful indication to
clergy about to traverse the vast roadsof Every points a roaring -
c 'all of wilt'"UnIversal
s! of the whole world but also to the world and it is under- men good boom. in Looyh which, of course, spells ?"j .

t 'all men of good will.'" standable that our mind is full peace is a bless F out Loyal Order of Yankee Haters. Despite ? 1.
ing which interests
c of deep emotion mainly be- everyone erratic fluctuations, due to spotty '
without exception and it is for
JACKSONVILLE cause of the document's theme this reason that we have addressed pitching, the '62 champions finished five

rf -peace-which answers the ahead of Minnesota
ourselves to everyone. games runner-up ,
primary longing of the human Twins. Yankee management has taken
"The is divided
I F.Z E family, and because of the date encyclical .
D'tAB'QO'DStC Into five different parts: 'relations swift, vigorous action to guard against a
which have It thatis
c STEER Holy we Thursday given, the Lord's, between men, relations MOST HOLY NAME SCHOOL CHAMPIONS, TAMPA similar lapse, acquiring fresh arms, notably those attached

ROOM Supper. between men and public authorities Catholic grade school champion athletes of Tampa this year are, from left, front, to Stan Williams, ex-Dodger, and firming up the bullpen,

"The light of divine revela- relations between political Anthony Noto, James Leto, Steve Gast, Roger Lamoureux, Robert Fearon; back row, with Louis Arroyo's come-

1i tion which gives living sub- communities, relationsof John Ligori, manager; Albert Taylor, Albert Leon, Nick Ligosi, captain; Martin back an unexpected plus. bonus babies, under new restrictive

t stance to thought shines upon men and individual political Young William Pennington and Coach Prudencio Hernandez. The Catholic Youth Several factors proclaim regulations the White
communities with the world Sox will to with only
.. CUAftOOAt. JUt::LD:: the encyclical. But its doc- Athletic Association champions were congratulated by Father John Cavanaugh greater Yankee strength. Pitch- try go
22 players. The Indians habi
: STEAKS trinal lines are derived also community, and lastly a fifth ing, with accent on relief is a
C.SS.R. and teachers at :Most Holy Name School. They had a record of 18 games start fast, finish slow.
foot of Heater Ht. >UdoetKl. from the intimate part dealing with immediately The tually
knowledgeof major one. Joe Pepl-
I 4.9131 understood won, one lost, during the entire season and were able to capture the trophy in the way
norms. Dick Stuart's bat certainly
human nature and for the tone, lefty swinger, I Is hittingthe
"In this manner we have league during the tournament.Cardinals ball isp't going to make championsof
( long Bill I Skowron
sought to illustrate not only won't be missed. Tom Tresh the pitching-starved Red Sox.

: 'EA'r'E L1N..G :PJHARMACYKKLIAULfc the basis of the structure of Men ur9edTo has solved the leftfield problemand Since nothing is expected of

1 peace-that is to say respectfor Named Tony Kubek, league's No. the Athletics and Senators, no

KKLIAULfc l'KKCKiriIOSbtUlth the order established by 1 shortstop is free of military one is likely to be disappointed.Any .
I Drug Cotmrtlr, Clear and Camera Department
God and protection for dignityof Good
1 tree IMrknp and H HTry Luneh.oa and Sad Bar Bring obligations which limited him other year an arm-trou-
103! Itlindlnr Bird. JV 1-0734. 8-0739 the human being-but we to 43:; games last year. bled Whitey Ford would have
8312 Jamroe K t. 771-A003 have also indicated the differ- To Revise Code
caused consternation. This
I I). Q.. F.ASTERMN'O. Owaer-Manacer Into WorldNCWC In our predictions of final yearit
ent levels on which this struc- standings for this the has been received with a
fO- ture is to be built and almost
I I Yankee shrug,
Twins (Minnesota) and the
t the stones needed for Its construction Ne Service BUFFALO (XC) The
which to "If
seems : we
(Los Angeles) surprise
Angels ,
CAMP DON BOSCO excluding no one Members of the new commission: appointed late in president of Canisius College teams of '62, are dropped to have to, we can win without
from the invitation to make has urged men attending a "
;. March by Pope John XXHI to revise the Code of Canon fourth and sixth, respectively, him.
his personal contribution to it. Communion breakfast here to
Law are the following Car- dismissing their performanceas Let Dow Jones, Barron', and
: For 8-14 Cardinal Ruffini Christian moral
Boys "Rut above all to the sons dinals Archbishopof carry princi-
: deceptive.Not the Wall Street Journal\ say
of the Church we say Palermo Italy; Valerio Car- ples into their workaday lives.
Staffed Salesian Fathers and Brothers Eugene Cardinal Tisserant only did the Yankees what they will here's how the
By with apostolic zeal: carry dinal Valeri, Prefect of the Father James J. McGinleySJ.
Dean of the College)] of Car- flounder but both Tigers and big finish board minus pre-
FUN UNLIMITED on 140-acre campus of forth peace a a d spread its Sacred Congregation of Relig- ., told the assembly that
MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOL benefits dinals; Giuseppe Cardinal Piz- ious; Cardinal Ciriaci; Fernando "real devotion to God pre- Orioles suffered key injuries.The season data, figures to read

zardo, Prefect of the Sacred Cardinal Quiroga Palacios, sumes and fosters real dedica- Tigers lost Al Kaline for come September 30:
Comfort and Cleanliness of Home 24-Hour A Day Supervision "We trust that men will givea y '62 finish
Congregation of Seminariesand Archbishop of Santiago de tion to the welfare of mankind two months and Frank Lary'sarm
joyous welcome and open Universities; Benedetto was all but useless. Pitch- 1. Yankees where else?
I SundaYI June 16 thru Saturday August 10 their hearts to the of Compostela, Spain;
message bats 4th 101 G.B.
Cardinal AloIsi! Masella Pre- ing casualties and mute 2. Tigers ,
'Pacem in Ter- Paul Cardinal Leger, Arch- he continued "it
encyclical "Today, ,
fect of the Sacred Congregationof kept the Orioles earth bound.As Orioles 7th 19
Fishing Boating Swimming ris.' Meanwhile, we shall fol- bishop of Montreal; Giovanni is .a matter of entry; intolegislatures
Gym Baseball Ponies Movies Sacramental Discipline; Am- Cardinal Montini it was, the Tigers trailed 4. Twins 2nd 5
low its with our i courts, banks
leto Cardinal 5. White Sox 5th, 11
Cicognani Papal
0 Crafts Hikes Overnight the Angels by only I one-half
Giovanni Car-
and with a most ardent Italy; union halls, chambers of
Daily Mass, Catechism Altar Boys prayers Secretary of State; Achille Car- dinal Urbani, Patriarch of game, and the Twins by 4i.Kaline's 6. Angels 3rd, 10
affection which embraces all commerce, classrooms! the
0 Good, Wholesome, Abundant Food dinal Lienart, Bishop of Lille, Venice, Italy; Paolo Cardinal power alone probably 7. Indians 6th, 16
people. U.X. sessions, libraries, newspapers -
France. 8. Red Sox Sth 19
would have reversed these po
Also From September to June Giobbe, Apostolic Datary; Fer- and air\\a\es. This 9. Athletics 9th, 24
Giacomo Cardinal Copello nando Cardinal Cento, Grand sitions. The Orioles must move
you must do"The 10. Senators 10th, 351
1 with a physically sound
Chancellor of the Holy Roman Penitentiary; Carlo Cardinal up
AN IDEAL BOARDING SCHOOL Priest warned, however,
Church; Gregorlo Cardinal Confalonieri, Secretary of the
for 5th thru 9th that "dedication to the welfareof staff.It .
boys-grades Agagianlan, Prefect of the Sacred Consistorial Congregation would be a mistake, however St. AugustineMCDONALD'S
Largest Pr rrlptUn mankind without submis-
: : ,to ignore the Twins altogether
Pharmacy In the South Sacred Congregation for the ;
,' sion to God and His values is
I appreciate your patronageFree as a threat
of the Faith Fran
Propagation Julius Cardinal
j P. O. BOX "H" Delivery FK 4-7M1' ; Doepfner. of no avail for the common
cis Cardinal Spellman, Arch- Archbishop of Munich and They have a first class front
TAMPA 5, FLORIDA Huntington Bldg. Miami good of this or any nation over
bishop of New York Ernesto line but few capable replace-
; Freising Germany; Paolo Car- the hard long haul ahead."

dinal Marella Prefect of the He said the laymen's effec. ments and they are weak where

Sacred Congregation of the1lasjlica weakness usually hurts most
tiveness will be measured first REXALL STORE
of St. Peter; Gustavo in the pitcher's box..
t by his example, and not by
J "Our 16th Year"the f\\\C CA-... Cardinal Testa, Secretary of broadcasting it on loud None of the others warrant

: the Sacred Congregation for speakers."It serious consideration. 47 King StreetST.

I ,C) the Oriental Church; Ildebran- Rather than risk loss of three
will and
quietly calmly
ArJ1/lAfj: ::, i o E do Cardinal Antoniutti of the demonstrate" he said "that AUGUSTINE
Vatican administrative staff Papal Concert SetTIC.X
/ \ good community consciousnessand
r e .
.AjM e fr(7vuA7(4'LQVt ,.N .O\..' Leo Cardinal Suenens, Archbishop good Christianism go together ,,\ CITY (XC)-Pope VA 41687Budgeting

of Malines Brussels, John XXIII will be the guestof
is not only to provide / J&C fSSf\ by reason of the vitalityof
wholesome outdoor life, but I/ /f AJ / / V\** Belgium; the Church-life within you honor at a concert In the

ot the same time to assist in true character Alfredo Cardinal Ottavianl at all times and under all cir Vatican's Hall of Benedictionson
formation. The Camper begins and ends his day Secretary of the Sacred Con- cumstances: the life of sancti- April 20.

: in the presence of God; at the Holy Sacrifice of gregation of the Holy Office; fying grace." The concert, an annual event,

the Mass in the morning and at Benediction of t ,Q / .. Francesco Cardinal Roberti will be played by the symphony

the Blessed Sacrament in the evening. His every Prefect of the Sacred Apostolic orchestra of the Italian radio

hour is under the supervision and guidance of Signature; Andre Cardinal Jul- 'Christus' Will I and television network. It will df w

,young men of exemplary and outstanding qualities. lien of the Vatican administrative Show Include compositions by Mozart O
I He is presented with living examples of In the Woods and MSM'a Be TV Easter ofYt
staff Arcadio Cardinal Respighl Rimsky-Korsa-
in the conduct of his counselors and ;
Catholicity NEW YORK (XC) The kov and .
Larraona C.M.F., Prefect of the Wagner.APostolate
with the challenging examples of the great saints Hills and Lakes and
Sacred Congregation of Rites; television premiere of a sectionof
whose lives all at Good Counsel Camp strive to AfftMCAMf
CAMIW* Cardinal Heard, of the a rarely performed oratorioby is Theme
follow. For boys and girls from 8 to 15. William
Rivers of Florida'r Vatican administrative staff; Franz Liszt will be featuredon conK (XC) The annual

e Augustin Cardinal Bea SJ., an hour-long Easter Sunday convention of the Christus Rex

r ; k SWIMMING OVERNIGHT TRIPSBOATIHGCAMPFIREHANDICR'F J+swete President of the Secretariat for telecast under the auspices of Society, organization of Irish ?

Promoting Christian Unity; the National Council of Catho- Priests, will be held here from

:. Michael Cardinal Browne O.P., lic Men. April 15 to 19 on the theme:

F4\ 1 L. f;I of the Vatican administrativestaff. The third section the "Catholic Social Action, the Use Our Low Cost

FISHING HIKING RIFLERY Passion and Resurrectionof Layman's Part.; "

Liszt's "Christus" will be Bishop Thomas J. McDon- Checking Plan

re rte' S.1Lt? t' LOCATION AND ATMOSPHERE GOOD COUNSEL CAMP consisting ef 125 tdrcastprll 14 on the ,,\neT' ough of Savannah will preachat

I acres, is situated near the West Coast of Florida, on the shore of Lake Tsala Apopka, Apparition Check network from 1:30 to the opening Mass. You can keep an accurate -
.: between the towns of Floral City and Inverness. The setting of the Camp is one of
exceptional natural beauty. The site is located for enough from cities to truly feel 2:30 p.m. (EST). record of spend-

'-.1 ,.' w ,' that you are "away from it all", yet the camp may be easily reached by automobile. Blocked by Reds The special program will be TERMITESSWARMING your
In addition, and of more importance is the Catholic atmosphere which pervades:! the and
ing really keep
complete day. part of the "Directions 63: A ?

BERLIN (XC)-Soviet offi- Catholic Perspective" s e r Ie s.
ak. ,, 4 GOOD COUNSEL CAMP PROVIDES TWO your budget with our
h 'wie t'1' y SEPARATE SESSIONS EACH SUMMER cials in Lithuania have blocked The program will be co-pro

b WOODCRAFT SESSION This session consists of four weeks of real outdoor life Catholic Church authoritiesfrom duced by the NCCM and the \ simple checking account

f with the special emphasis pieced on woodcraft water sports, riflery, handicrafts, Investigating an alleged public affairs department of 1iJ
tr hiking and nature study. This session is open only. to boy between the ages of 815.CATECHETICAL system. '
apparition of the Blessed ABC.
SESSION This session consists of two weeks cf wonderful camp
t life with.the special emphasis placed on catechetical instruction. The program includes Virgin according to reports "Christus" was first per- St. Augustine

'S ; three classes each moming conducted by the Sisters,, The afternoons ore devoted to reaching here. formed in 1873 under the dI- call' "Q
water sports, handicrafts, hiking and games. This sess--n is open to bttK bi and girls I National Bank
between the ages of 8 and 1 15. The Blessed Virgin reportedly rection of Liszt himself. The

appeared July 13, 1962, to work had its first and prob-
S Roma Mackelyte, in a clover ably only complete performance Service
CAMPDATES&RATES631 MAKE YOUR for the sake.1 your h ma Safety-
7 tp'o' field of a collective farm near in the United States in

the town of Skiemonys. -

SUMMERSESSION RESERVATIONS/ Shortly after, 12 others reportedly 1887.The Easter Sunday televi-

$ S_ S WOODCRAFT Sunday. June SESSION 9 to Friday: July 5CATECHETICAL. shared the vision. sion production will feature OUR LADY OF THE BILLSCAMP
of 24 and
soloists chorus a
SESSION: South EARLY Church authorities did not a
Florida Section Sunday July 7 to 59-piece orchestra. The NCCM
investigate because of pressureand
Friday. July 1>. S commissioned artist Claude
North Florida Section- .. ). ... intimidation from civil
the Hff fe. mtrU.ft
Sunday July 21 to Friday August 2 c.l.nnw.Mr MI S.fty Imtnicton r ...< ..... than authorities, reports said. Ponsot to illustrate scenes
!. S Ier t t e...* LJI. C_rdi; ..Is.lMtract ""-. from the Passion and Resur-
w.ti..l lifle AiootMti ent plus The communist denounced -
SESSION Four weeks $150* ...&..1 ..,.n-.4 .-.5W55' ia I.StI09.It press rection of Christ which will be
all those connected
shown the performance.
Two week period .,.. $60* t"r ye rs.I+tutrt with the alleged apparition and

+; c, discount If ipolieitiw Is rcctiwtf ttfort kai 1J charged that the clergy had Pope Sees Atlantans A Catholic camp for boys and girls ages
-" till Rite it *orf tlua.ao Iron family ittcoA. "miracle" But
engineered 7 to 16. 200 acres 37 buildings in the
1t4yn 1A news of the event spread and VATICAN CITY (XC)-Pope ,

the Lithuanian communist John XXIII has told membersof Bine Hldge Mountains. Large modern

1 I the Atlanta chamber of commerce pool, mountain lake with all camping
For: Further Information and Illustrated Brochure newspaper ,.ies noted that ,
1 NOT: tagpa J the field has become a pilgrimage that he receives visitors activities gmlded by trained counselors.

1, Clip This Coupon and Send it to: ,1 Th Seaboard Rail J. era. center for thousands. from all over the world and Ideal accommodations for visiting par

'1, Rev Fr. Philip Halstead-P.O. Box 13916, Gainesville, Fla. '1 rood special I supplies coach en a \, "" Lithuania, the only Roman that he is sorry he cannot re- eats. Camp provides }lek-rp service lo
turn their visits.
1 j their train, the eves Catholic country in the Soviet er front nearest rail sis bus terminal.
For '
Information call Gainesville Florida Phone FR 2-3533 \ .level ,
: "Silver; M.t or", Pope John received the
1 1 for ell tempers \ ,, _Union has population. oftao4noo. recently at a special A camp fer youngsters lo grew...spiritually
; NAME i . .-.-.--.i.-. .-. ... :-.--. ,: .1 coming from MHonJ i wAeV Vatican'se healthfully. Fear literature write:
<. end the !fewer .. audience 1 nth e ,

1 t' J' 1' *1 / I .'t : East Coast. Meanwhile, Moscow has r ,. Throne Boom along with dele- nminHs nin Hnm nvnaanBvnKnujniVBjninmBanHHm nnBminiFather
ADDRESS . .-. . . . .iii. . . . .
o. .. .. NVfkNiSSFtORAl -- portedly ordered authorities in gates at the annual conventionof Charles

1 CITY .. . .".,...". JUNE . STATE . I II CITY fLORIDA Lithuania to remove all pictures the international federationfor

......................... ....______.__________... .. ... of Saint Casimir, Lith' social tourism.. He praisedthe LADY OF THE HILLS CAMP
work of social tourism

uania's patron saint, from which helps people to know RENBERSONVZ&ie, NORTH CAK6UHAI

I t Lithuanian churches. and understand; one another.

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Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 12, 1963 Father John A. O'BrienIntroduction Eucharistic Crusade


i M Florida ReportsMelbourne X too Mass Gives outdoor Bernard has J.Eucharistic announced Flanagan of Crusade that Worcester an

r" Family Grace ConversionDO rally will be held at Holy Cross

GainesvilleST. College stadium on May 25.

HIGH SCHOOL PATRICK you know how we could share our Faith with more Father John P. Fontaine, dIocesan

Melbourne Central Catholic -' than a million non-Catholic friends per year? By director of the crusade,
There of the
was meeting
High School faculty and students permanent committee a of S1.Patrick's _I I bringing them with us to Sunday Mass and thus enabling will of children offer Mass will, and sing thousands the Common

congratulated Thomas M. Church them to participate with us in the Holy Sacrifice.
BuildingFund of the Mass. The Eucharistic -
McGahee, a student at the Central I If each Catholic would; bring
on Friday at 8 p.m. at k to be with it until the end of Crusade consists of a
Catholic St. Patrick's rectory. one person and brief him on world-wide of grade
time. army
school, for the meaning of the Mass beforehand -
Father Thomas R. Gross gavea I school children who strive to
again winning "s.7 r there is good reasonto The MnN( I prrcrh, i is
report to the newly chosen make the Holy Eucharist effective -
high honors in ., j l believe that the M'-t'JI u'tlllrnt in an un-
committee on the of in the lives of all
progress per-
the : bloody manner of the .icri-
State more than a ...... .
the .
School Science campaign.The million people : f tier" of Christ.. on Cahary. sons.

Fair In Tampa. current total in pledges would'e n t e ran The ends for which the Mass

The eighth an- I received is $125,178.00.The inquiryclass ;, :' f' is offered are the same as thoseof )

nual fair took duty of the permanent t and embrace ., the sacrifice of the Cross: to ORLANDO

place I in the v -, I committee will he to contact the adore God, to thank him for

.1 I ./ newcomers to St. Patrick's A Faith. Thefruitfulness His many favors, to beg God's WINTER PARK

building at the Thuma. parish and to solicit again + i of blessings on all men, and to

Florida State Fairgrounds and those who were not ahle to + this procedureis I I satisfy the justice of God for Sanford Center

at the University of Tampa. make a pledge during the time illustrated i the sins committed against Sewing
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Thomas won second place In of the campaign.Dr. ? in the conversion of Mr and Him. Sales & Service

the state this year for the best Robert A. Giudice will -' '____"r_'_ .h.,_. ", ... __ sAT .... Mrs. Roy \\ Anderson and The Mass is essentially the 104 S. Park Ave. Sanford
exhibit in physics by senior serve as general chairman of ACADEMY OF ST. WILLIAM, LAKE WALES their two daughters in Cedar same sacrifice as that of the Phone FA 2-9411
high school contestants. this committee. Other members Rapids, Iowa. Mrs. Anderson
Cross because in the Mass the
Getting to know the Academy of St. William in Lake Wales recently was Boston
Thomas, a sophomore, also are J. Robert Ashley, relates the following events
Victim the
is the and
honors with Frank Pac, Sal Locasio and College educator, Dr. William C. Cottle (left). The evaluator was welcomed to Holy
placed and won an pertaining to her family's life: principal Priest is the same,
exhibit at last year's state fair Clyde Pierce. Spirit parish school by Father Arthur L. Dunnigan, Sister M. Cecilia O.P., principal, Our older daughter Virginia Jesus Christ.

in Pensacola. This year, he was Meetings of the various sub- and fifth graders, foreground right, Christopher De Bow, and, from left, N o r m a invited by her chum Children'sClothes
was Mary How marvelous it is to be
second to Ian Richter of Cen- committees were planned within Pierce, Lee Bolden and Nancy Pharr.
Pat McGurk to attend Sunday
able to assist at Mass and Line
in the next three weeks.
tral High School in Miami
Mass at St. Jude's with her. realize that one can unite with
the physics class. STUDENT CENTER Orlando Women's Duty In Anna Maria Virginia accepted the invita- the celebrant and the whole Finest in ClothingFor

SanfordALL During the Sundays of Lent, MORNING STAR IslandST. tion and later that Sunday congregation in offering up to Girls & Boys

Catholics attending the Univer Active and inactive members Apostolate Cited went to her Protestant Sunday God the same victim that died :-:O2 LtUrwatrr Dr. i.V 4-77J

SOULS sity of Florida, Gainesville, of the Morning Star Auxiliary BERNARDIt school. for our redemption on Calvary.
There will be a spring danceon have been will be to has been announced that
going on pilgrimagesto expected attend one NCCW Head She .eenied to get M much With the aid of a missal one
April 20, from 7:30: to 11, at the various mission churches of the two open meetings held By women of the parish are invited out of the Catholic ser\ice" can follow the ceremonies at "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"
All Souls' cafeteria in Sanford. surrounding Gainesville. They the Auxiliary that aids the to join members of the
by MIAMI ISEACH (XC)-Catholic that tike wanted to keep the altar and recite in English COLLEGE PARK
Admission will be 50 cents a have been making the sacrifice school founded in Orlando fcr St. Bernard Guild at Mass on going to it hut not to her
women have duties both the prayers said by the Priest.
person. All young people are necessary to get up earlier on handicapped children, says April 20 at 8 a.m., feast of Our school. FLORISTFLOWERS
in and out of the home, the Sunday Besides thella"s, the sacrament .
invited to join the sponsors, Sunday, and travel miles to at- Mrs. Frank Pierce, president.One Lady of Good Counsel. I decided to go to Mass with BY WIRE
of I'onnncp in \\hioh
Catholic youth from Sanford tend Mass with the members of such meeting is set for president 0 f the National Officers just elected are Mrs. Virginia and Mary Pat one 2120 3-5771
one's slits' washed Edgewater-GA
and from the Orlando youth the mission parishes. They par Tuesday, April 16, at 1 p.m. Council of Catholic Women has Phil Hauenstein, president; Sunday to see what the attrac- are beautiful au.iy Orlando Nite GA 2-0894

organizations of St. Andrev'sand ticipate in the Missa Recitatain It will be a luncheon at the said here. Mrs. Betty Ladd, vice-president; tion was. I was greatly im- appealed to me as f a C451'Smercy
St. John Vianney's par- these missions and Seminole Hotel Winter expression <>
sing Park
"If you are conscious of the )'Irs.'ilJiam Gibson secretary; pressed by the reverence and and lote.
ishes. hymns, states Father Philip and therefore reservations are importance of your responsibilities and Mrs. Mary DuPont, treas devotion of the worshipers, by

Halstead, chaplain.At necessary. Mrs. Pierce invites at home, you will not urer. the singing of the choir and the Upon completing the instructions v v v

the last Newman Club members to call I Mrs. C. F. shirk them because you .are Stella Mans Circle members sermon preached by the Priest.I I was baptized and received 1

ORLANDO meeting held at the Catholic Blackto'n, GA 3-0384 for reserva- working for the Faith outside invite patronage of the public didn't understand much of our Eucharistic Lord

Student Center, the following tions prior to April 13. your home commented Mrs. at the benefit card party the ceremonies of the Mass butI for the first time. Three years

t WINTER PARK officers were elected for the MOORE IHGII SCHOOL Joseph McCarthy of San Fran- planned on Easter Monday to had the distinct feeling I was. later my husband was received v v vv

coming yeanRobert Bishop Moore High School cisco. be held at the Annie Silver in the house of God. There was into the Church.

Gary's Duck Inn Miller, president; seniors will give their class Community Hall in Bradenton no talking, and I could pray Now we are more closely
Mrs McCarthy, liPro for an
play, April 10-17, at 8 p.m., in united and happier than ever
James Stewart, executive vice- Beach. Play will begin at 1 p.m. and meditate.I .
GIVE US A TRIAL FOR THE the auditorium XCrW leadership training
president; Joe Marinelli, in- Tuppenvare on Donations will be a dollar and kept on going, and beganto before praying together attending v v
FINEST SEAFOOD AND ternal vice-president; George Highway 441. The admissionwill institute! stressed in an interview include refreshments and read "Father Smith Instructs Mass together, and receiving -
ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE be a (dollar for adults and that Catholic Holy Communion to-
Fong, treasurer; Ruth Larson, women prizes.St. Jackson" and other
Phone GA 4-4531 fifty cents for children. gether. It all started when TT rr.
Thomas Aquinas Circle literature the Catholic
recording secretary; Georgia had an obligation to work for on re FLORIDA IS FULL
3974 So. Or. BI. Trail While she did not win state sale Mary invited Virginia to attend
Lueck, corresponding secre- the cause of Christ. members plan a rummage ligion. After several months OF DANDEE
tary; Harry Samol, sergeant- honors in Tampa last Saturday, to begin at 9 a.m., April 20, on Father Donald Peters invitedme Mass with her.

Advertisers appreciate It at-arms; Carol Troy, historian. Miss Carolina Mederos, a soph- She said: the grounds of the church at to take a course of instruc-

omore, did earn the privilege "In Baptism we are made Holmes Beach.Closing tion with the understandingthat
when mention Barbara Corkrey and Charles ._ LOM3ARDI SEAFOODS
you of -------- -
; represent Christians.
Lockmiller are members-at- Through I was not committing my-
the school and tion to out Bill Dies WHOLESALE: RETAIL
TIn FLORIDA CATHOLIC large. Dr. Joseph Gennaro and we are obligated go
fellow Central self.As
Miss Clementine White are faculty and do something about it. PORTLAND (NO A proposed the Instructions progressed LIVE LOBSTERS CRABMEAT
Florida i stu-
advisors. dents in the Mrs. McCarthy, a widow, at- Sunday closing bill for. I began to perceive tir i \ \ OYSTERS & CLAMS IN SHEe' LL
tends St. Emydius church in Oregon died in the house that Christ founded the Catholic : %
botany classifi- SNAPPER
Bishop's Mass Set San Francisco. She has two planning and development com Church, authorized it to

... In of j- cation at the daughters. mittee of the legislature. teach all nations, and promisedSCHOLARS' SERVING WINTER PARK
'" PATERSON (NO- one [ Florida Science -

WEST CHURCH ST. his last official acts before Fair. In -;r ( and
leaving the Paterson diocese, : y>>., FRESH ORLANDO AREAS
the Orange : .
FISH MARKETFRESH Bishop James A. McNulty will County cons -"p !Z'":1 Y 1.::::......:.... .',""t.,".o _, FISH Tel. 644-4782
SEAFOOD ALWAYS offer a Solemn Pontifical Mass Carolina test, she wona '" 6t ALWAYS! 1152 HARMON AVE. Behind Roper's

LOBSTERS OYSTERS in St. John's Cathedral here second place which earned t

CLAMS SHRIMP April 22 to mark the 25th: anniversary the trip for her to Tampa. Ear- < i ,

CRABMEAT, SNAPPER i of the diocese. Bishop lier she had won first place ORANGE COUNTY

646 W. Church GA 2-3326 I McNulty will be enthronedas and superior rating at Bishop .F i-,
Bishop of Buffalo on May 1. Moore in the botany classifica- s Xr .

tion. SINCE 1946 -AIR SEALED

Port ;"

Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00 Thirty-five members and ONLY THE FINEST IS GOOD ENOUGH

Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95 friends of the Epiphany Women's To Be Sure-REQUEST IT
Club of Port Orange were
1'N Rsh Dinner $1.00 present when Father David AL MUSZYNSKI JR., Owner- Member St. JamesGrow
I 1 ,t'urxlc' w, Shrimp Dinner $1.15 Page presided at the officers' .I w i

:NOW 4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU I installation. Mrs. Joel Sayers 11Ifi1'r

If\,")". 17-92 Fern Park TE-8-5314 I Jr., Orlando Central Deanery TflY ww \

:2740 S. Orange 1)1. Tn, Orlando CH 1.1222 president, installed the new of- .rrr 0
Silver Star & Pine Hills ltd. CV 3-0202 ficers. Mrs. Al Hull l, outgoing 1s + 9Yt
KdRcwater & Lee Rd. 293-9839 the 4r <
president, presented presi-

dent's pin to Mrs. John Po- Y

korny Sr., incoming president.This .:xea7gpJarh
pin was a gift to the
., ....
10,000 ft. of Display Club from Mr. and Mrs. Larry
sq. '
and is
Gross as the
- COLONIAL AGE STORETruly "Polly Gross president's pin." During the visit of Dr. William Cottle of Boston College to evaluate St. Anthony

the finest collection of Early American FurnitureIn It is to be given to each suc- School, San Antonio, these children won honors in the Pasco County Science Fair i :

Central Florida ceeding president to be worn from left, Nancy Marsh, Jan Barthle, Laura Reynolds, Julius Barish and John Jones. ,

E-Z TERMS Trade- ins during her term of office. Standing with Dr. Cottle are, from left, Sister Mary :Martha O.S.B., Sister Rosaria, Yfw

Father Page presented the principal, and Father Ernest Schultz O.S.B.
"A little out of the way but so much less to pay. _
past president's pin to Mrs.
TOWN & COUNTRY FURNITURE Kull. Mrs. Gross, outgoing vice- .a r

3610 S. Orange Ave. GA 2-6360 president, presented a Hum- Herman J. Heidrich '

open 9 to 9 except Saturday 'til 5 mel Madonna as a gift of appre- WATK-.S
& Sons
ciation from the club to Mrs.
Growers and Shipper this miniature
Kull.Father Brendan Donnelly Of Fancy Fr.lt and Vegetable PAINT WALL PAPER
DAMxEE BRAND PRODUCTS Florida orange tree
I.C.. of Our Lady of Lourdes, ORLANDO WINTER'PARK

Daytona Beach, spoke of the in your home .
importance of the work of the

women in the parish. Christ

was surrounded by women, The Calamondin Orange a genuine, miniature

each doing her duty, in all the real Yw / I fruit-bearing ornamental citrus tree!
important events of His life, he \
noted. Imagine! A tiny dwarf.sized orange tree starts

_.r Father Patrick O'Sullivan, approximately 1 foot giving the fragrance of

the first spiritual director of goo orange blossoms to your living room, family roomor
kitchen an ornamental well
as as practical
the club, complimented the
addition to your home and a conversation piece
group on their growth and accomplishments -J'f '
( t that will fascinate guests!
during this first i

year of existence. ..'.. Here's all you do to get this unusual and beautiful plant.
Other guests present were ,_ : L'.z..!! ( J&i i Just send SLAG plus any one of the following; Two labels
1 from any Bluebird Citrus Product. The Numbered ends fromtwo
Mrs. John Gormley, past pres- 2:' 3McDonald's Iin cons of Bluebird Citrus Concentrate (must be wrappedin

L ADMIRALModel ident of the Orlando Central _n 1-__ __. .-- small carton to prevent postal damage). The ,tops front
Deanery; Mrs. Katherine Nel- two cartons of Bluebird Chilled Citrus Juice. Moil to BLUE-
son, president of the Women's Hamburgers-the tastiest, the meatiest, the "bestest"the'a BIRD, DEPT. C, POST OFFICE BOX 2787, ORLANDO (OR-
1903 RC 23 Club of St. Paul's Church, Day- you like 'em best. Our old-fasliioned shakes are the talk of the town. ANGE COUNTY FLORIDA. Please print or type clearly
18,500 BTU Of Cooling Our French fries--crisp, golden brown and piping hot-you never had 'em your name and address. Allow two weeks for delivery. This
Beach and Mrs. Eva
17,500 BTU Of HeatingIt's ; so good. Instant service and prices that please. offer expires December 31, 1963 and is void where restricted
Petrucciani, president of theWomen's prohibited taxed
or by low.
the All New 1963 Thin Line-Highest Capacity
Reverse Cycle -2 H.P. Unit On Market Club of Our Lady of look for the golden arches '

Heat and Cool Your Cold Florida Room Lourdes, Daytona Beach.
Installed and Wired For 220 Volts Many Visit Lourdes &
-U MoD'onaId's-\
$419.95 LOURDES (XC) Some iJ

Available To 24 Months To 2,651,000 pilgrims visited this
Bank Financing Up Pay -
shrine of the Blessed Virgin -- ORANGE JUICEI'
JONES APPLIANCES during 1962, it has been offi- JacksonTille South Pasadena '. Pinellas Park .. 'St. PetcrsbirsXakeiaBd

cially announced here. This THERESON$ IfEAiti TOtf 1Jrv
977 West Fairbanks Ave.
was a drop of 21,000 from the 'Tampa Sarasota Winter._ Hare* '. Qrlaado Jj .
1961 :total.


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Diocesan Youth Camps : :Florida Catholic, Friday, April::2, :: Page Nine I

1 Coming = ,.. n ;., ..... "'_._ .'_0< _- 1i-tLf::=

I Set June Opening Dates Events

(Cottlaatd from rife Ont)
further details on Good Counsel .
has been built Into a rerl. Camp). Thli edema lists fstsr b....
table fill ipcclal nrctlHft aid CTtitst
summer city for camp. Father Reason will receive ..,.
..... tha local lnr.tt. Ad
Camp San Pedro applications vane notlrs at rifiUr mtttlott 4 4M
Woodcraft session, for wlU b* *mltt...
boys at P.O. Box 8G5, Maitland,

only, will open at Good Coun. Florida. lie requests that applicants St. Paul Guild Easter Mon I l'I
sel Camp on June 9. This ses. fill out the camp day card party Jacksonville -. J: f _

sion, open to July 5, cares for entry forms and provide April 15.Card .

boys between the ages of 8 and health certificates. party for Immaculate

15. Both Good Counsel! and San Conception parish, St., Petersburg .

Emphasis !Is placed on four at 8U Hall
Pedro camps are members of Mary April
weeks of outdoor life, wood. the National Catholic Camping 15, 1:30: p.m. n LAL ; # I

craft and handicrafts, water Association.Two Card party, 1 p.m. April __ ( f .I v' *,S. >J j '
sport, riflery, hiking and nature sessions for boys and 15, Annje Silver Community 4 ? k I I -

study. The catechetical one for girls are planned this Hall Bradenton Beach; St. % t

camps that follow woodcraft year at Camp San Pedro. Bernard, Guild, sponsor (, Tn -

month will serve boys and This Catholic youth camp is Scripture institute for ,., ,+ ", .:/! ," -a -

girls. newer than Good Counsel, Priest, April 16-19, St. Leo TRIDUUM OF PRAYERS MARKED VOCATION DAYS r'ST.'PAUL SCHOOL, DAYTONA BEACH .
Each day Is begun and ended where both Father Reason and Abbey, St. Leo.

in the presence of God, as the Father Halstead served as camp Card party,luncheon. Cape The eighth graders of St. Paul's School, Daytona Beach, closed they are gathered with their principal Sister M. Gerald O.P. (right)

children attend Mass dally and counselors In the days when Colony Inn, Cocoa Beach, the month of March with a vocation triduum inDaytona Beach. Above, and.their,teacher, Sister M. Lucina O.P., Blauvelt Dominican Sisters. I
Benediction of the Most Blessed they were studying for the dl April 17; Catholic Women's

Sacrament In the evening. ocesan Priesthood. Club sponsor. Vatican's Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity

Priests and diocesan seminarians Father Reason announces Minstrel show, Clearwater \ Mass Guide I ORLANDO

staff the camp and are that diocesan seminarians will Central Catholic High

themselves living good ex Join the staff of Camp San School, 8:30 p.m., April 18- Cardinal Bea Concludes U. S. Visit WINTER PARKThe
amples for their young charges. Pedro again this season. 19, high school auditorium.Card April 14

A camp physician and a camp The first session at 8ftn party, April 19, 8 p.m.. Resurrection (Mass of

nurse are on the staff. Pedro for boys will be from eafetorium; St. Paul Guild, With Hopefor Return After Council Easter Sunday, Gloria, Creed, WALTER MENGES

Brochures for Good Counsel June 9 to Jane 28; the second Jacksonville Beach. Preface of Easter). Clothier To MenThe

Camp are available now. Fa. session, for girls will take Dance, Southside Women's Carl A. Balcerak MONDAY, April 13 Finest In Men's Wear

ther Halstead notes that it has place between June 30 and Club, Jacksonville, April 20, By (Mass! of Easter weekday, 206 X. ORANGE AYE.

been the trend in recent years July 12. The third and last 9 p.m., San Jose Guild spon NCWC News Service Gloria, Creed, Preface of Across From St. James

for Good Counsel Camp to be session' of the season at Ran sor. THE Cardinal of ,reunion likes the United States and its people and would like to see Easter). _ _ _ _

reserved to Its full capacitywell Pedro, again for boy, will be Winter Park, dance, nightof of both when the ecumenical council closes. Eighty-one-year old Augustin Car TUESDAY, April 18

before the opening date. from July 14 and August 2. April 20, American Legion dinal Bea S.J., who in 10 days in the U.S. followed a schedule that would have tired manya Mass as yesterday). Complete Pest Control

Therefore, early reservationsare The aim of Camp San Pedro, Hall, Ron Call music; benefit younger man, said on the_day of his departure for Rome: "I hope that after the WEDNESDAY, April 17 LEW1SCOBBEXTERMINATING

a "must" for campers who says Father Reason, is not St. Margaret Mary parish. council I can come again and (Mass as yesterday). CO.
degrees from Catholic versity training exercises a decisive -
intend to return or to attend only to provide wholesome out- Rummage sale, April 20, 9 see other universities and orary THURSDAY 18 Incorporated 1IHUS
University and Boston Col. and leading function In April
for the first time the Good door life but also at the same a.m. on, St. Bernard church other states." Wilfred Dr.-P.O. Boa IMS
\ .
lege. forming spiritual attitudes for (Mass as yesterday)
Counsel sessions. (See the advertisement Orlando 1U-S40
time to assist in the true char ground! Holmes Beach.
As a matter of fact the headof conference he ecumenical work." FRIDAY, April 19
In this Issue for At one press
acter formation of each child Youth dance, April 20, 7:30
to 11 All Souls Cafe the Vatican's secretariat for made clear that his visit to the The Cardinal suggested that (Mass as yesterday).
attending. Daily Mass and p.m.,
promoting Christian has
ORLANDO Benediction of the Most Blessed teria, Sanford some "unfinished business"Unity U.S. was not of "diplomatic" scholars can do common research SATURDAY, April 20 GATEWAY

Sacrament are attended by the Gainesville, St. Patrick parish take to character. A statement issuedin in four specific areas: (Mass as yesterday).
WINTER PARK14k. children. bazaar, April 20. care of in this country in his behalf described as "a theology, Church history, Bib
regard to universities. He was SUNDAY, April 21 ELECTRONICS
Invention" nationalmagazine's lical studies and law.
Low to mere a
The Central Sunday Pilgrimage
camp In FloridaIs Invited to speak at some 70 (Mass\ of Low Sunday, Gloria,
located Oldest :Mission St. Augustine report that he had In regard to the Second
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north of Orlando. Florida, April 21. come to this country a Vatican Council itself, the
Sterling Rosaries them non-Catholic had
Priests connected with the Dad's Club, Jesuit High private diplomatic mission Cardinal said "it hat clearly COLOR TV
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film and human values Card party, 1-4 p.m.prll pleased by the cooperation of the social justice sphere."I will stimulate lay,' .

week will be held.Jiere from 27, St. Paul School cafeteria, non-Catholics." mean," he stated, "work and activity.. ,responsibility .: .

DIAPERSERVICE April 21 to 28 on'the themes: St. Petersburg.Bake During his stay In the U.S., ing together in instilling the RUBY'S FABRICS
"It is for this reason,
Kr" I "Love In Motion Pictures" and sale', April 27, two Cardinal Bea spoke at Boston principles from that common very
= he said "that conciliar and PATTERNS
a special FABRICS
"Motion Pictures, Freedom and locations in Tampa: Hlllsboro College, delivered three l lectures heritage of natural and especially -
commission has been estab--
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S etmt) twttB N eunttxt Axrutmtnvs problems connected with the Girls of Bishop Moore High School
: IIJ1': ::Lo"1..lmn'to.ut Leaves Israel sponsor from Tampa Catholic Journeyed from there to New ,and political life." "
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putAl$TnO DtA.tftsC JERUSALEM (XC) -Archbishop High School. The Importance of scholar. -
TOUt Mm lilt"Wld Field day, April 27, 10 a.m. thence to Baltimore to speak ship in the quest for Christian The Cardinal also preachedat
Franjo of ZagrebIn
to 2 p.m., St. Jude School, three times and offer Mass, unity was emphasized by Car a Mass in Baltimore, gave a
422.1177 communist- Yugoslaviahas and concluded his with lecture before clergy and laityof
St. stay a
Petersburg. dinal Bea at the three lectures
'left here April 1 after a All Saints Home, Jackson! -' 'lecture at the Catholic University sponsored by the Harvard Divinity various faiths, and addressed Patio Mart Inc.

utunn I DtAftt twict woujnr MH. week-long tour of biblical sites. ville, Forty Hours Devotion, of America. School. He'said that seminarians of Woodstock College

April 2&30. Cardinal flea received hon "scientific research and uniLegion ., and St. Mary's Seminary. HY. 17-92 TE 8.2018

"THE RAMBLES"A Uard party, St." James From Baltimore the Cardinal FERN PARK

School Orlando traveled by automobile to
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dance, May 4, 9 p.m., Angela List ofAdrian Ring a Ding Bra cited the importance

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Romano has said here. Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and AdolescentsA for the unity movement, the or

The Vatican City daily noted Chfld IB Waiting 40/ Pounds of Trouble Roman Holiday Cardinal said, is a "fraternaland JERSEY JUG DAIRY
that since the last codificationof All Night Long Girls. Girls. Girls Samson and the Seven common Christian collaboration (
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Ten The Florida Catholic Friday, April, 12, 1963 _,

x tD J ti .Jl : .. ... Parish Sponsors Lenten

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Bring Other Men to Christ Fishers 7w t33 ro w .,,," .
,ti .R ,,*. :\l.. ... < : Retreat for Deaf,
,- <"r- .
''T'' rc't 3 > .'"
'l .
Throughout Diocese are Counseled ;;; < .; '':'-r ." ST. AUGUSTINE-Blind and deaf children experienced

Lenten "firsts" this year in St. Augustine-a retreat, at-
(Continued from P.r. One)'' Father Mark J. :McLoughlin. right and a. duty to help othersto ,4, sx tendance at Mass in the sanctuary of the Cathedral-and,

pitahty of Monsignor C. L. Monsignor Jordan presentedeach reach salvation. The opportunity e for the blind, a chance to feel the size of the tabernacle and

Elslander V.F. that they werea of the speakers in Sara- to lead others to God the altar.

part of the General Councilof sota. He himself outlined in will come your way, he said, Some 32 children-grade and there offered by Monsignor

the Church. At the present detail the organization of the adding, "Use it." Burns.
high school-who attend the
time, he said, the Bishops the apostolate. By special permission, the
Father Burke
Florida State School for the
children were invited into the
Catholic world are pleadingwith Father Rodgers urged the talk with a chart of the Con Deaf and the Blind in St. Augustine
the laymen to take their lay Fishers to be !fully aware He sanctuary to be close to the
fraternity. emphasized the n. marked Lent this year Sacrifice of the Mass.
the work
full part'Jn important
of their high school religion classes for ) Y by a three-day retreat Monsignor After Mass, Father Walsh
not only sanctifying
children who attend public John P. Burns, Cathedral -
explained vestments and the
own souls but of becoming ..
schools; the parenteducationfield pastor has reported.The .
4ii altar to the retreatants and the
themselves centers of knowledge ,
.. :,
the discussion club and -
and love of ; ; retreatas given by blind were allowed to "see" the
God. ..
It is hoped that the laity r'. the Fishers of Men apostolate. Father David Walsh C.SS.R, tabernacle and vestments by 1

Mill achieve breakthrough Planning by the Priest or an expert in sign language touching them, under the direction
a 4 p. J P4* *
to the very throne of God Priests of the parish tpgetherwith 1JEt-d: -r} : retreats for the deaf. of the Priests.Pilgrims .

and with that immense zeal a few laymen, he said, ... !:i: : Catechism classes are held

that comes from the love of does wonders to begin such a i! ,:;..;,...:.... _h: ... -:1jt'f.: 'P'V'A; ,: _' regularly for the Catholics who Invited

God, go out and try to make program. He explained in de BLDfD, DEAF CHILDREN AKE.RETREAT. attend the state school from allover

the rest of the world Cath lr.: Rodgers fr. Burke tail how names of children During a three.dayLenten; : retreat conducted by a Redemptorist Priest for the Florida. To St. AugustineOn
how visits
were acquired, were
olic. that they were Instruments ofGod's made, how teachers were Catholics attending the Florida State School for the Deaf and the Blind in St. Augustine The Cathedral Parish pro Low SundayContinued

Your world, the Sarasota areaFishers' grace."Through. trained and, finally, how the :Monsignor John P. Burns, (at altar) Cathedral pastor celebrated Mass for vides this program for the
told is from Faro On)
meeting was Catholic childrenFather : (
your prayer, program was working.On the young people. 'Afterwards, blind children "saw" the altar, Mass vestments and
your neighbor; the person who tabernacle hi the and the deaf also to view the sacred fur- David 0 Shea is ing the four Catholic schoolsin
work and sacrifice, said Father Good Friday, he indicated, sanctuary, were privileged
lives next door the who
; person chaplain. Two Sisters of St. the Oldest City.
at close under the of the Priests.
Rodgers help nishings supervision
jou can range,
the next desk the the children of the schoolof
works at or others to find God and do high Joseph, Sister Mary William Besides the Priests 0 f the

next lathe; he is the man from His will." religion in the parish CCD and Sister Mary Gerard, assistin Diocese, all members of reli

whom you buy your groceries; In Confirmation, he reminded were planning an Intensive Women will Convene April 22-24 giving catechetical' instruc-. gious congregations are invited
meet him every day. The
you tions.
to participate in the pilgrim.
each of the men became three-hour "retreat, under
layman is called to take on his apostles of Christ with both a direction of the Priests. -Lay apostolate workers Include age. Many of the Sisters of St.

shoulders the apostolate of _. To Examine Anew Diocesan GoalsContinued many volunteers, notablyMrs. Joseph of St. Augustine from

Christian charity, the > J IM
apos- "- <<- "- { A. !M" N i Joseph T. McClelland the motherhouse in the city

tolate of one layman to an ( from Page One) that the St. Augustine Diocesan ported the annual conventionof Carlos Harnage, Mrs. Curtis will join the faculties of Cathedral -

other. t v. I, topic, "Honor thy father and Council of Catholic Women actually the NCCW would be at Lakeland Peele, Mrs. Charles Colee, Mrs. Parish School, St. Agnes

Speakers at the meeting In 9.Y thy mother." was initiated from May 6-7, and urged members James J. Devlin, and a D. andB. School, St. Joseph Academyand

Sarasota included Father John I Vocations to the Priesthood their St. Benedict School, pil
Tampa. to attend and bring Coach, M.F. Slater. as
Rodgers of St. Martha parish, -rand the Diocesan Council's "
xx' From an old history of the friends. -Mr. Harnage drives a bus grims.
an assistant to Monsignor 9d to stimulate family attendance -
program Catholic Women's Club of All will recite the
From these small beginnings, rented from the city to trans- rosary
Elslander, and Father Thomas I at Saturday Masses
Tampa, we read: the Catholic women of Tampa, port Catholic children back and as they walk around the
Burke of Christ the King to for the blessings of vocations -
pray "It was through the effortsof who now make up 10 of the forth to the 9 o'clock High paths of the old mission.
in Tampa, an assistant to 'I' in the family-will be
the Catholic Women's Club 45 affiliations belonging to the Mass at the Cathedral, on most The statue of Our Lady of
discussed by one of this Diocese's -
that a Diocesan Council was West Coast DCCW deanery, are Sundays in the month. La Leche will be carried by an

M | promoters of vocations, formed. The club house offeredits looking forward again to welcoming Once a month, the handi- officer of the high school sodality
CLEARWATER Father Thomas Burns of Tal-
to the National Council .
rooms to Tampa the St. Augustine capped children attend Mass at attended by small children
lahassee. for its first meeting in Flor- Council of Catholic from Cathedral parish.
< 8 a.m. at St. Agnes Mission.
Father Smith will
-. keynotethe ida and agreed to act as hostess. Women on April 2224. Hymns in honor of t h e
s Betty K. O'Brien $ convention in a talk on the Members from Catholic Following that Mass,. they are

a 4 Company j 1 iiIt1i1L theme, "That All May Be One," club and parish every in the state guests of the parish at break- Blessed Sacrament will be

8 1915 Crew SL ft.4464115 S to be given at the first business invited and Dr. Nicholson PromotersRetreats fast served at Marty's. The sung.
were Visitors in the city and In
volunteers in the
MUTUAL FUNDS take parish pro-
session which will place
national field executive
I STOCKS< & BONDS secretary gram provide the funds for the Florida are cordially invited to
of the
Tuesday morning con- .
assisted in the
organization Low
St. Augustine on Sundayto
vAMJilelfJl!. vention in the headquarters, of the St. Di- Of expenditures that are neces-
L1 1iv1f Augustine join in the pilgrimage.It .
the Tampa Terrace HoteL "
Council of the NCCW.
t. ocesan is held on the place of
Reservations should be sent Every Wednesday afternoon
Then we found Tampa news America's permanent beginnings i
DICK PHILLIPS r r directly to the hotel, by those paper clippings in 1931 in an Will Meet the' Sisters hold marked 'in this Oldest
: their catechetical instruc>
City Cycle and Supply Co. \ individuals who plan to stay article about Mrs. R. S. Clark: City by the first Parish Mass
tions. Stalling after Easter,
L overnight for the convention
ri "She has been appointed by T.UIP.\-Area retreat chair ((1565)) at this site of NombreDe
? events. older children will have additional
SCHWINN HICirCLES r program Bishop Patrick Barry to organize men belonging to the Florida Dios.

Wednesday morning, at a Diocesan Council in West Coast Laymen's Retreat catechism> instruction '
BICYCLES given volunteer lay teachers Doctors to Meet
IIII :; 8 o'clock in Sacred Heart Florida under the auspices of Association are asked to meet by
Church in downtown Tampa, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. \\J I.rT.Ialta (XC) -
Phone ) the National Council of Catholic in Tampa on Sunday, April 21,
Father Smith will celebrate a at 2 Mondays.The:: A thousand members of the international t
Women"From p.m.
446.3304 Requiem Mass! for the re- children made a good retreat federation of Catholic
i' : another clipping i "We are expecting a thousand
: deceased said the Cathedral doctors' associations are
904 Cleveland Street s pose of the souls of pas
about Miss Kate Jackson:
Clearwater Rorida f members of the Diocesan men to attend the eight tor, after school hours on three expected to meet here for the
"To the Catholic 'Vomen'sClub
Council. retreats we plan this summerat successive days. The climaxwas organization's first European
Next Door to Florida Power during Miss Jackson's
St. ]..f'Obbey, 0 nth e for seminar from
In passing, diocesan officials an opportunity confessions September 7 to

planning the program noted regime belongs the credit of weekends of June and July," at the Cathedral and Mass 11, 1961.TAMPA.
the of the St. Au
r that the Gabriel Richard ([Insti-- reports Father Laurence J:.
Council of the NCCW
gustine ,
QUALITY USEDFURNITURE tute which trains in the lay Higgins, diocesan director of
which held its first meeting in
apostolate field is named for a lay retreats.
the clubhouse January 20.
He Since this will be the last
pioneer U.S. Priest. ( was
Finally, there were the
GENERAL COUNCIL BROUGHT TO LAITY headlined by "Ave Maria," national meeting before the retreat IN TAMPA---
NEW AND USED quotes from the minutes of the
TYPES OF FURNITURE Fishers belonging to the lay apostolate for which Catholic weekly last Tampa Catholic Women's Club:: schedule opens in June, said ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE

ALL Monsignor Harold Jordan, at podium, is general chair- week, as "the only Priest ever January 6, 1931-"Mrs. Clark Father Higgins, he expects 100 HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY
BOUGHT AND SOLD which to sit in Congress). per cent attendance from the
man, heard talks emphasizing that the movement reported the diocesan councilof
Mrs. A. C. Gibbons, publicity area directors and parish ACROSS THE STREET FROM
KEN & KAY CLEMENTS they belong to is "bringing the General Council to themso the NCCW would meet at
chairman for the Tampa com- of the retreat SACRED HEART CHURCH
CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS that they might bring the General Council to others." the club house to organize a
mittee on the convention, in movement at the April 21 meeting
1335 So. Missouri Seated is the host at the Fishers' area meeting in Sara- .consultation with the past pres- Florida Council representative at St. Lawrence parish hall,

Phone 422-8722 sota, Monsignor C. L. Elslander V.F., pastor of St. ident, Mrs. Milton Plumb, convention from every parish in the 5225 North Himes Avenue. It SCHOOLSSAINT
state is expected, letters having
:Martha parish. chairman, this week is one block south of West
been sent to every parish.
Ecumenical=: TouchTOLEDO released the following back Hillsboro Avenue in Tampa.
April, 1931-"Mrs. Clark re-S
ground on the DCCW as it is Those directors expected at JOSEPH'S
(XC)-Newcomers s ACADEMY
CheckpointFranchised remembered in Tampa.. Governor's Regrets the meeting are listed, by
in neighborhoods now receivea S.IXTUGUSTIXI: <;, FLORIDA
Gibbons states
Dealer VOLVO -AlFA ROMEO-SAAB Mrs. : SACRAMENTO (XC)-Governor area: Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 1.tcadt'mic !
card from welcome wagons s As we began to plan for the Edmund G. Brown dis Albert Couturier, Tallahas .\ and commercial courses Fully accredited

Service on all foreign cars with a joint message of welcome 33rd convention of the Diocesan ; Arthur J. Fearn and Music Art Dramatics Tennis SwimmingFor
closed he had declined with r
720 L Bay Drive LARGO Phone 581.3527O'NEAL'S from the diocesan chancery Council in Tampa on gret an invitation to go t e.Richard, Heyl, Orlando; Earl I further particulars address: Sister Directress

the Protestants' Toled) April 22-24,1963, just.as a point Spain in June and participatein Fickett, Melbourne; Frank

Council of Churches and th( of interest we looked back Owen, Lake Wales.
ceremonies marking the
Jewish Federation of Toledo. through the years to see how SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN
RESTAURANTTRY 250th anniversary of the birth Joseph Keefe, Winter Haven;
Newcomers who indicate religious often the city of Tampa had BEACH
of Father Junipero Serra,,, Dick Sheff, Bradenton; Brice
OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25 preference will also receive acted as host to the Catholic founder of California's famous LeLonde, Lakeland; William Resident and day school for girls-grades one through six.

ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED a folder listing thE women of the Diocese. missions. Weiskopf, New Port Richey; Extensive grounds in a hilly and picturesque region. Large swimming

GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 444-7381 churches or synagogues of th The only previous time the Francis X. Newman, Dade pool. Tennis courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art,
1778 "Father Serra muchto
means so
denomination. The new card, annual convention was held in dancing and dramatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint
California, it's too bad the City-San ; James
with the sponsors addresses. Tampa was in 1936. It was the : Joseph. For further information apply to: Sister Directress,
McGann, St. Petersburg John
Governor can't b e there, ;
sixth annual convention. But Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen Beach.
advises newcomers that "at i l !
BUY TOWELS BY THE POUND Brown said. He explained that M. O'Connor, Tampa; William
time when your family is establishing going back even further, we
THE TOWEL SHOP itself in a new community found in the records of the Di the legislature is scheduled to I C. Baker Maitland; Henry
when the Wheeler, Clearwater-Largo;
be in session ceremonies
you will want to maintain ocesan Council, and of the
Selection of Towels in Florida John V. Knope, Ocala Daniel I
Largest close contact with th CatholicTomen's Club of are held, June 3 to 6. ;
U.S. Hwy. 19 and State Road 580 Stanley, Sarasota Venice.
The invitation had been Iii
Phone 733.6373JOE'S resources of your religiou;s; Tampa, and the local press of ex

CLEARWATER faith Tampa the interesting fact tended by Don Carlos Robles, Florida'sCatholic

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ish ministry of information and Aftmt for I
tourism. Don Carlos said Archbishop .
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w i Joseph T. McGucken oi P.O. 4101 Carrollton gUtloa College
STATION FOR SKIN DIVERS Sacramental Win Agency !
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Phone 446-7330 Joseph McCarthy of San Francisco, left, and Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Horida. ,

Dress, Sweater, Hat, Drapery Trims Mrs. Joseph Schoebert of Eau Gallic are pictured at the

Rowers, Ribbons, Buttons, Belts leadership training institute for women held in early ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident Presently offering first two years

April at Miami' Beach. The institute was sponsored by Affiliated with the Catholic University of America
Fashion Aids and Notions and day school for girls, on shores of beautiful

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SERVICE ON ALL SEWING MACHINES president, will welcome the NCCVV leader at the DCCW Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar,
convention in Tampa, April 22-24.