The Florida Catholic

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The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title:
Fla. Cathol
Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Creation Date:
May 24, 1963
Publication Date:
45 no. a year[<May 1, 1987-Feb. 6, 1997>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1939-]
50 no. a year[ FORMER <Mar. 26, 1982>-]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 44 cm.


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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 )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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>.

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VOL. XXIV, No. 30 Orlando, Florida, Friday, May 24, 1963 Ten Cents Blessed Sacrament.

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Missionaries LaudedPope f' : : church here was built under
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the parishioners at Clermont,

welcomed as a visitor to Cen-

Bringing World Peace tral Florida Father Keane's

S. Bishop Meath., Bishop John Kyneof

Father Keane to the
,( VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII hailed the Church's missionaries as "the II

) real men of peace" in an audience granted to national directors of three missionary t United States over four

organizations.The 11 i years ago to work in the Diocese -

| of St Augustine. It is
Pope said that missionaries also represent the ideal of Christian unity in "the
also to Bishop Kyne that the
one and only holy, apostolic and catholic Church. The Second Vatican Ecumenical j

Council proposing before the world a stronger and more heartfelt desire for unity has l Diocese owes appreciation
| for the Sisters of
placed and will place the foundations for an ever greater propagation of that ardent .' V Ay
from Meath who staff
r prayer of the Divine Saviour_ (that all may be one), which must become the profound :
r schools in Daytona Beach

the ana faithful.convinced" concern of all of brotherhood and of love." 1 being perfected, and We follow and in Jacksonville.

The army of "missionaries 1 them with prayers of blessing.We M blessed
Archbishop Hurley
Pope John spoke to representatives of Jesus Christ who set forth wish them real success
the church just constructed at
of the Pontifical Society on the roads of the world not which may be a contribution to
12th and Montrose Streets. It
for the Propagation of to subjugate but to enlighten, 1 brotherhood and civilization::'
located in the midst of
is a
the Faith, the Pontifical Societyof not to divide the world Pope John added that "We
citrus with lakes visible
St. Peter the Apostle, and among themselves into zones (missionaries and Priests) grove

the Pontifical Missionary Unionof of influence and economic interests which the church rests. On
the Clergy.It but to serve," is an transcend all heights, a 11
., dedication day, there was a
was expected that the "incomparable spectacle," he ;speeds, and the triumphs of i: '
> congregation of 400 persons.
Pope would meet with the rep- said. technology, in a decisive and
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resentatives at the College of Pope John said the desire confident effort to bring man .,.., .,'. .. >Y,. -r" ",..- : South Lake County Catholicswill

St. Peter the Apostle on near- for unity "calls for renewed closer to God, and to penetrate ,0_ 1.....__ t: .-_<. _.......'_I<''N.",..'''.''',',.' _,_.a.,"a9aa.__'''"...,,' _"_< be served by the new
church.In .
by Janiculum Hill, but apparently and more intense prayers and social life with the leaven of NEW CHURCH IN CLERMONT BLESSED BY ARCHBISHOP ON MAY 19 his sermon' on the occnsion .

bad weather stopped the for honesty of purpose. The the holy Gospel." said
the Archbishop
visit. of God will do the rest .
grace H "

Gregorlo Cardinal Agagian- overcoming every obstacle." : '. .;." /!!! Irish Sisters of MercyTo that Floridlaiu it was an to opportunityfor proclaim

ian prefect of the sacred congregation The Pope told his listeners
; publicly the debt that they
for the Propagationof that the "vast horizon of mis- tJfJfIWl Teach in Palm Bay owed to Ireland.In .

the Faith, led the group, sionary activity, which opens
the Diocese of Augus
which included auxiliary Bishop -the eyes to the harbinger of
A.: PALM BAY-Father Peter C. Dolan reports here: tine, more than half 0 f the
Fulton J. Sheen of New new development, exalts and ..
York, national director o{ the stirs Our heart, and it is all : that, beginning in September, St. Joseph parish will havean : Priests were born and raised in

United States society for the the more vast and significantwhen --.r. : :;,. elementary school with kindergarten and grades one, Ireland. This Diocese, all of
l : Florida, all of the South, all of
Propagation of the Faith. Car- contemplated in the : through four, and one grade will be added each yea
the mission areas in the United
dinal Agagianian gave a brief light of this mission of peace ....' until the full eight-year pro- in
: States are profoundly
speech before the Pope's talk. which is performed by the < ; is reached.
,. gram Limerick's; ; the spiritual debt of Ireland
Pope John said: "We greet heralds of the Gospel for the : This school will be staffed j
/ for its great benefactions in
above all the missionaries and real and lasting benefits of the .i1:1: by four Sisters of Mercy from I
Priests and Sisters.
Q sending
their co-workers the real institutions." ." -Newtownforbes, Long. Bishop WillBless
men missionary :.. '" <-' .. ::1 County I We call especially. he said,
Is It was at this point that the \--. -- ,. ford" Ireland.
of peace whom promisedthe .
... .. upon the great families Ireland
Gospel's uplifting beatitude Pope referred to astronaut '-t y P 1te 4 'Tb"'ese'Sisters aFe due to ChurchST.
and they hear our call for
'Blessed are the peacemakers, Ij. Gordon Cooper, who was arrive during the month of '
3F help. In a special word, the
for they shall be called chil- still in orbit around the August. They come from the PETERSBURGDedica Archbishop welcomed Mr. and

dren of God/ earth Diocese of Ardagh and Clon-
1 tion of St. Jude Church in St Mrs. William Keane, parents of
"They are the ministers of "We are in sympathy, he macnois.
]Petersburg will take place at the parish's Priest, who came
Christ, the builders of an edifice said, \\ith space undertakings, Their motherhouse is quite
12:30 on June with a Solemn to Clermont from Ireland to
which bears the standard; which are repeated and are close to Father Dolan's birth-
Pontifical Mass, Monsignor -attend the blessing of the
i place. James J. Meehan, pastor church built under the direc-

Pontiff Prepares to Ease 1 : Father Dolan has expressed reports. tion of their son.
T deep appreciation to the Sis-
Arriving on Florida's West The achievement of the day

Schedule Attend RetreatVATICAN ters of Mercy in Newtownforbes (Coast that weekend for the -the blessing of the newly
through their Mother
1 ceremonies will be HMiop constructed Blessed Sacrament
$ Superior, Mother Mary Agnes,
]Henry Murphy of Limerick, Church-was due in large partto
CITY (NC-Pope) John XXIII was expected L1\ : "for their goodness in accepting }Ireland. the Catholics of the area

to withdraw from all but the most pressing demands p M 4'1, the noble mission of teaching
( Both Bishop Murphy and St. who sacrificed means and self

of his office so that he could -eo on a spiritual- retreat in i in the very shadows of Jude's pastor are from the to build it.

preparation for the feast of ; Cape Canaveral, the great same county in Ireland and l For them, said the Archbish..
cials of the Church's central a I ., .. .. .. I[ space center of the space age :
Pentecost. administrative staff. --- --- -- the occasion, long planned, has: op, it will always be a special

I There was no official announcement The Pope's Wednesday general IRISH Bl]SHOP[ KYNE IN CENTRAL FLORIDA in the free world. ]promise of the renewal of thing of beauty, representing
He expressed profound
of the Pope's audience was canceled less Bishop John Kyne of Meath, Ireland, is greeted upon arrival in the U.S. by Fa- gratitude to Bishop James Joseph warm friendship with the Irish I a satisfaction, so that, as they

plans. But Vatican authoritiessaid than an hour before it was ther Hugh V. Keane at C ntfal;: Florida's jetport near Orlando. The Irish Bishop McNamee. Dr. McNamee ]prelate who will come here as pass it, it will be an unction to

on May 21 that Pope John PONTIFF, Page 10 came for last weekend's b:lessing of the church built by Father Keane in Clermont. graciously approved and 1 the guest to bless the new their souls and they will thinkto

would go on retreat within a -- -" -' I Church. themselves: "There is some
blessed the decision of the Sis-
few days.Word .. Archbishop Joseph P. Hur thing beautiful; something that
Msgr. O'Donoghue ters to found a new school in
of his pending with 1a Palm Bay. ]ley this month welcomed another proclaims the Truth; something

.drawal followed rumors to the I Irish prelate, Bishop I that impels people to
There is an historic link
effect that he had had a new John Kyne, of Meath, in Cen" good-and I had a part in it."
25th Priestly Jubilee* between the Diocese of St.
attack of illness. But no authoritative tral Florida. The occasion al t The Archbishop called it a
Augustine to which the Sisters
comment about the St. Jude's will be one of greal t day of rejoicing, especially for

Pope's health was available. MIAMI- Congratulations are coming here from allover are coming and the Diocese of significance for that parish, the people of Clermont, and he
The week before the feast of the State of Florida to Monsignor Patrick J. O'Dono- Ardagh and Clonmacnois. :since the church in St. Petersburg urged them to pray often in
,. fourth Bishop of St. Augustine
the Ascension, however, he had ,g t t.r hue V.G. on the occasion of his 25th sacerdotal jubilee.. is the permanent one foi the new church, letting it be-
,,,7 came from Athlone which is in
canceled for two days all private f k1 __ t I Monsignor William Barry the parish. IlKIiT, Page 10
Wit in Arcadia, where he workedfor l the Diocese of Ardagh and
audiences and regularly 1.1' e !: 1. P.A., of Miami Beach, will give three Clonmacnois.
r years.
scheduled ccnferences with
: the sermon on Sunday at the
Cardinals and other high offii tP'mti When St John's mission in l He was Archbishop Michael
1 to' :0. ;- ,}..t"i noon Mass of thanksgiving St. Petersburg Beach w a S FOUR, Page 10 School Calendar 196364Diocese

'i .
which Monsignor
\ l "" '.: }:. .' raised to the status of
Memorial ToBe i 0 Don- r ;.j, a par Blessing is i Set
Day ..
.. ish, Father O'Donoghue was Florida
4' : oghue will celebrate ., \:: of St. Augustine
appointed there. In five Jacksonville
Observed At : t 1 n St. ,,: : pastor In
Cathe "" + :3 1. years, he accomplished the con
Mary 1963
., -= struction 0 f several parisbuildings. JACKSONVILLE Father
Calvary CemeteryST. dral. Archbish- '. hMatthew Connolly reports that '
Sept. 3 Opening of school
the church and school of Resurrection
PETERSBURG Memorial Hurley raisedMonsignor Father O'Donoghue went 1 Oct. 14 First report due
Day, May 30, there will 0'- back to Miami in 1953 as the parish, Nov. 1 All Saints day no classes
will be ,blessed
be the annual Mass at Calvary '. ,.. ,-- Donoghue t o pastor 0 fan e w parish, S L by Archbishop 26 Second report due
P. at 10
Hurley a.m. on
1 .
Ii"a the William Mary's.lie
Cemetery i ,
J pastorates n Sunday, May 26. 27 Thanksgiving holidays begin at
Corry, director of cemeteries, the Diocese of hn. O'DenoJth1ae built a handsome
close of classes
The Resurrection school is
has announced St. and invested him church for the parish whichwas
Augustine in four 20 Christmas at closeof
t now operation, serving Dec. holidays begin
This year, the sermon will I( with the robes of the domestic dedicated, January 27, '
when the term
grades, and next classes
be glen by Father Bernard F. J prelate. 1937, by the late :Edward Cardinal
opens it will offer six grades.
Dittman, president of Clear- j Monsignor O'Donoghuewas ')Iooot). When the Diocese
The church is on the 1 owner 1964
water Central Catholic High of Miami was created, 'f.Jan. .
born in County Kerry, floor of the two-story
School the church was designatedas 1 .";,- 6'Classes resumeS
Mass will be offered at 10 January 13, 1913.: He studied the cathedral. which::provides also for six ;
x Ir 22 End of'first semester
a.m. that Thursday" by Father w at St. Kieran Seminary inKilkenny classrooms.
Archbishop Hurley presided 1 Father .Connolly went to 24 Third report due
Edward fondren of Holy
and his'
Church in St. l'ttrrs- completed in St.IaI"s church at the! Resurrection: a sear ago, Mar. 6 Fourth report due

Family studies as a diocesansemin investiture, April 14, 1957, of r
April, and the building to 25. Easter holidays begin at close 6f

burg. arian in St. John Lateran Monsignor O'Donoghue.The dedicated Sunday has been classes
National attention is focusedon
remembering the departedon University where he was ordained jubilarian who is pastor constructed under his dlreci 31 Classes resume

f'.... at St. Mary's holds several di[ition..
f in Rome 15 22 Fifth due
Memorial Day. The gather /' on May April report
.. .1 ocesan positions in the Dioceseof ; Thomas Ewart is the archie -
Ing in Calvary Cemetery will 1938. :May 7 Feast of the Ascension-no classes
Miami as he did when h tect and A. L. Clayton ComE -
pray also the repose 0 f the POPE VISITS ITALIAN PRESIDENTFor Parish assignments given to 1 June 5 Final report closing of school
was a Priest of the Diocese E pany, the builder. %
souls who have been laid to the third of three ceremonies connected winl 1 him his arrival
upon as an
St. Augustine. The fund drive to launch the Additional Holidays: '
rest in that hallowed place. the award of the Balzan Peace Prize to Pope John. XXIH,, Irish missionary<
Families who have beloved l the Holy Father made an historic visit to the Quirina]l included more than six years[ from parishes throughout FlorIda > last fall, having its solemn Patronal feast of parish

dead buried in Calvary and l. Palace, the Italian presidential residence. The:Basilica L as assistant at the Church of will honor Monsignor O'- opening on October 7, to coin- Patronal feast of teaching communityAll
friends will unite their
their of St. Peter the background as the cars and I the Little Flower in Coral Donoghue at a reception from l cide with Diocese-wide observe .
prayers with the Priest as this I form schools] will be contacted the of
Gables. by University
motorcycles mass trip across Rome. Italian Pres 7 to 10 p"m., Saturday, May 25,, ances of the opening at that
celebrated of
Mass many across the country marking ident .Antonio Segni joined the Pope at prayer in th e. His first administrative position in the Cathedral parish auditoL time of the Second Vatican Dayton to set dates for examinations.

Memorial Day. chapel of the Quirinal Palace. was -at. St. Paul parish L rium Miami. Council



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Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Slay 24, 19M \ : > '}?rt--: .:

I. Reform Seen
:t -.. :1 Tax Proposals

.< ::1'w',
.. -
Catholic f44' ;.t "; C" Gift Incentives
Florida ReportsSt. t1t :. >"-<' .jt ..: Removing
,. ;:p;;;:.: .;\ t / CHICAGO (NC)-Catholic Charities of the Chicago

archdiocese has to two tax reform
ficers for their first summer : <"A urged strong opposition
Petersburg Clermont .. .:
bowling league: Mrs. Joanne f' "1'y; .,. :. proposals of the United States government's administration -

BLESSED TRINITY Kaylor, president; Mrs. Betty BLESSED SACRAMENT "': .. ..,: '" .\ = in regard to charitable item of tax reform
Newly elected officers of Carll, vice-president; Mrs. Julie Members of the Blessed Sac- : :, ; i't contributions.
Blessed t ."'.. I' .. i* the elimination of the so-
In St. TrinityTomen's Club Gurch, secretary; and Mrs. Lena rament Women's Guild of Cler- ::::. ..t., .. ".,.,. .. -,4 Petersburg are Mrs. .
Gato, sergeant-at-arms. mont joined with those of the t ;, ,... "special report" that incentivesfor contributions deduction," the
Henry president; Mrs. They began their games Holy Family Woman's Guild of 'Ii;: ,.. .i "+' "J. __ giving would be removed by .
'GZLA. ; report says."Under!
Lloyd Brady, vice-president; '-e.; ;p; .Ii : .
Thursday, May 16, and will I Winter Garden at a dinner at '. / ,. '. proposed adoption of a five per law
Robert present
Mrs. J. Rothe treas- .
meet Thursday at 8 the Crest '" : l.'
every p.m. Restaurant in Cler- "-" > '"_ aifFINELLAS "-" '- cent limit on itemized deduc-
urer; Mrs. Hugh Davis, record- thereafter, for 14 weeks. mont for the recent installationof ____J..,,..M".u:;."Nl: { _:__"i._;, \\f._._ ______.'0._l_1._f"Ilo..'-__-__!_oor"V' !j:"_it. ..,." ___ _____ tions and the elimination of (going back to 1924 for Its
Ing secretary; and Mrs. Ray- Women of origin), If an Individual's contributions
Holy Family par- their officers.
mond Eshelman, corresponding ish invited PARK OFFICERS OF GUILD HONORED the unlimited charitable con- in eight out of the

secretary. are to join. Mrs. Carolyn C. 'Peck Installed At the recent installation of new officers, Guild members in' Sacred Heart parish, tribution deduction.The ten preceding years were sufficiently .

Installation took place May ST. JUDE these from the Cler: Pinellas Park, paid honor to outgoing officers. Pictured on the occasion were, from detailed report says that large so that the sum

the Sand Dollar Restaurant Father Timothy Allman, as- mont group: the federal income tax laws of his contributions and his Income -
15 at left, Mrs. Mary L. Sperry, past year's president; Mrs. T. Brett, installing officer;
at a luncheon. sistant pastor of St. Jude Mrs. Sylvia Gurney, presi- Mrs. E. I. Burke, president; :Mrs. D. Callahan, first vice-president; Mrs. J. Negley, ha? for many years encouraged taxes amounted to at

Mrs. Frederick H. Schmidt. Church, St. Petersburg, after dent; Mrs. Frederick Nyhuis, second vice-president; Mrs. F. Lozowski, secretary and Mrs. P. Richard, treasurer. charitable giving but the proposed least 90 per cent of his taxable
president of theW e s t Coast saying a special Mass for over vice-pres'ident; Mrs. Howard C. revision of tax law would income, he Is thereafter en-

DCCW Deanery, was the in- 200 members of the St. Jude's Mooney, recording secretary; Pinellas Park OrlandoST. hall on June 2 following the reverse the policy of encouragement titled to deduct all of his char

stalling officer. Guild, formally installed, at the Mrs. Helen Shadley, corresponding 9:15: a.m. Mass.Monsignor of religious and itable contributions without regard -

Father Louis J. Bentivogllo altar, the following officers: secretary; and Mrs. SACRED HEART JAMES Harold F. Jordan charitable contributions. to the 30 per cent limita
Mrs. Thomas Brett presi- John Dormer The first minstrel show of Newly Installed officers of
thanked the women for the encouraged the girl scouting "Starting with 1917," the report -tion.
the C Y.O. of Sacred Heart the St. James Home
dent; Mrs. John Gresser, first par- and School
Guild officers movement in the parish at the
grand work they had accomplished Holy Family states, "indhiduals were 'The administration pointsout
ish, Pinellas Park, was presented Club in Orlando are Mrs.
Mrs. John
during the past :year, ; installed were: May 16 awards dinner for Girl permitted to claim a tax deduc- that wealthy Individualswho
to the public on May 13 Harold Baker, president Mrs.
and the many gifts they do- O'Brien, second vice-president; Mrs. Michael Cerent, presi- ; Scouts, troops 69, 418 and 548 tion for contributions up to 15 can qualify for this provision -
and 14 in the local Junior Robert Farrell
nated for the altar. Miss May A. Quinn, recording dent; Mrs. P. H. Britt, vie e- High vice-president; and Brownie troops, 358 and per cent of their net Incomes. have been able to reduce
School auditorium.The Mrs. Lawrence Schmitz, treas
The Men's Club of Blessed secretary; .Mrs. Walter Konltz, president; Mrs. William Sans- 5S6.Viewed In 1952 the percentage was Increased their Income taxes substantially.
and show which was directed urer; Mrs. Norman Weber, recording
Trinity invites other St. Peters corresponding secretary; bury, recording secretary; Mrs. was handwork of the to 20 per cent, and in But aren't the real beneficiaries -
and staged by Joe LeBlanc, Mrs. Frank
burg groups to join In their Mrs. Leonard Hunkeler, treas Donald :Mattioda, corresponding secretary; "oungsters-aprons, quilts, pot. 1054: to 30 per cent if the extra the churches or charities -
was such a success that plansare Flynn, deanery representative.
benefit June Fest on Saturday urer. secretary; and Mrs. Lynn Na- holders and shell work. Someof 10 per cent was given directlyto who receive contributionsfrom
being made to schedulemore Members of St. Elizabeth'sGuild
evening, June 8, at the Anchorage At the installation breakfast, Ian, treasurer. the items will be given to institutions such as churches such individuals and devote
at Uncle John's Pancake showings, it is reported.Masaryktown of St. James parish plan
Club of Maximo Moorings.The Father Hugh V. Keane, par- Sunland Training Center. hospitals or schools the funds to worthy
the installation of officerson
House, Father Allman gave a new Over 200 mothers
and "
fun will begin at 8
p.m. ish Priest in Clermont and its causes
28 "The first proposal of the
talk on the importance of the Tuesday, May at 6:30: p.m. attended the breakfast for
officers state. Winter Garden mission, presented ST. MARY at Dubsdread Country Club. present administration which The report concludes as follows -
Holy Father's encyclical,
HOLY FAMILY Girl Scouts at the Good Shep--
the speaker of the eve- A n appreciation luncheonwas :
"Pacem in Terris." Guests will be Father Ter herd hall. seems to represent a step back-
Summer "news" In Holy Mrs. William Parker and ning, Father William J. Trainor served last week to mem- ence J. Farrelly and the speak. wards in this progress is one "Since there Is no questionbut

Family parish concerns a dance Mrs. Mark Sebacher were in of Lake Mary. bers of the sewing committeeof er for the evening, Thomas Jacksonville1I0I.Y of many suggested tax 're that matters of public polIcy -

benefit and summer bowling charge of arrangements. Father Trainor stressed pa- the women of the Altar So Agllo, A.C.S.W., executive secretary forms'. are Involved In most cases:

league activity.A rental obligation in the Cath- ciety. Mrs. Nellie Kechsteinwas Catholic Charities Bureau ROSARY "This proposal, while Itav- of tax reform, there Is no reason

list of numbers I Is given Brandon olic education of children. A chairman of the meetingheld Orlando. The Altar Society and the ing theriling' limitation at at this time why the long

for patrons to call for reservations good Catholic education, he at the home of Mrs. Geneva Mrs. T. R. Keiser will be the. Parents Auxiliary of Holy 30 pep centoiild Impose a standing policy of encouragement

at the June 1 summer NATIVITYMiss said, is the responsibility of the Leger. Installing officer. Mrs. John. Rosary parish combined instal- five per cent 'floor' on Itemized of religious and charitable
festival dance at the K of C Gros of Brandon lation of officers Saturday -
Audrey parents. Religious instructionin Officers of the Altar Societyare Stanganello will preside. new on deductions for charitable contributions should now

hall, 1720 Central Avenue, with will be graduated from Sacred the school supplements the Mrs. Agnes Stricker, pres- The officers to be installedare i. May 16, at the Gatepost contribution, Interest, real be reversed.

music by Johnny Taylor from Heart College. Cullman, Ala- training the children receive at ident; Mrs. Leger, ice-presi the reelected presidentMrs. !' Restaurant, following a 12:30: estate( and certain other taxes: "Removal of Incentives forgiving

9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Although bama in commencement exer- home, he said. dent; Mrs. Mary Bena, secre- Gene McNulty; Mrs. Guy, luncheon. and medical expense" by adoption of the five
tickets may be purchased at cises May 30. She will b e Mrs. Martin Callaghan presented Itemized de.
Father. Keane thanked the tary; Mrs. Mary Telapac, treas- Down, vice-president; Mrs. H per cent 'floor' on
The that "the In-
the door, these women ask pa- awarded an associate in arts outgoing officers for their urer. H. Harrell recording the installing officer, report says ductions and the elimination of
of the five 1
trons to make reservations: degree from the two-year wom- splendid achievements. He con- Cassocks, surplices and altar Mrs. Howard D. Jones, corres-[I Mrs. Eugene J. Darche, vice- terplay cent 'floor' with proposed the stand- the unlimited charitable con-

Mrs. Bernard Roche, 525-7873; en's college. gratulated the newly installed clothes have been made by the ponding secretary; Mrs. Frank. president of the St. Augustine per tribution deduction ought to be
Mrs. Walter Shortell 525 1860 Mr. and The ard deduction can have "
The daughter of leaders. committee members. DCCW Deanery. newly vigorously opposed.
A. DeLuca, treasurer; and Mrs. "
or Mrs. Robert Doucette, Mrs. Wilson T. Gros, 111 Pinewood | installed officers of the Altar some alarming results.
t .,..-":'Y."" ... ,.. ... .W'hII. ---- Katherine Gilson, deanery rep
526-5107, all in St. Petersburg. Avenue in Brandon, She .' Society are Mrs. Eugene Kuhn, In the case of some families,

Donations will be $1.50 each. is a graduate of the Academyof ... *t', .. resentative.ST. president; Mrs. Haynes An- the report continues, the five ST. PETERSBURG

The public I Is invited. the Holy Names in Tampa _4-4.. CHARLES drews, vice-president; Mrs. Gor- per cent "floor" on itemized deductions

Interested Holy Family where she was an honor student Monsignor Charles A. Bartok: don Barber, treasurer; Mrs. would "drive them

Women's Guild members met and active in music t congratulated officers of the St.. Donald Shults, secretary; and from itemizing deductions to Flowers for Every Occasion

on May 9 at the Meadowlawn groups. She is a member of the I Charles Parish Council at the Mrs. Robert W. Rhodes, cor- the use of the standard deduc- Tinman's FlowersBonded

Bowling Lanes to elect of- Nativity parish. May 16 installation meeting-. responding secretary. tion and put them in a vac- Florist

He spoke words of praise for Parents Auxiliary officers in- uum area empty of any tax Telegraph' Delivery

ST. PETERSBURG the past performance of the! stalled are Mrs. A. C. Givens, incentives to strengthen their 3931 Central Ave. 862.3661
Parish Council and its contri. president; Mrs. Ronald E. desire to help meet the finan-

bution to the successful activities -. Elder, first vice-president; Mrs. cial needs of their church."
of the parish. Vincent DiGiorgi, second vice- that "there seems to
I "}'OK AX nos EST I1KAI CALL O'MCAf. Stating
Officers installed by Mrs o president; Mrs. Dennis Kele-. be no logical reason for Includ- : '
Dorothy Turkowskl are Mrs,, and Mrs. John contributions in lI4 . .
men, secretary; ing any pro-
((9'fJ'lealWe"mile( & fPes! @ l ______ Edwin H. Sandford, president;; "
.,, "., ., r J. Gill, treasurer. posed five per cent 'floor' the
4 Mrs. Jay Caruso,.vice-president;; Mrs. Darche also Installed report warn : ,
P41TI G. FIlIi.I.11S. rrrildtBtSKHVIXO i a3y
Mrs. Steve record
: : PINELI.AS COL'-'TY OVER :S YEARS ) \ Nykolayow, the ten Altar Society circle "It, for the first time, legislative ,
: Ktl F lrfl.ld AT*. 8*. 8t. J'tr.burr TeUphen t-21ZS ; t : ing secretary; Mrs. Robert; chairmen: Miss Patricia encouragement of charitable -

Reed corresponding secretary;; Phelps, St. Agnes; Miss Judith giving is to be cut back, .
and Mrs. Irene Horrell, treas. .
St. Anne Mrs. Eleanor
: Murphy, ; further whittling could occur
urer.Mrs. And r i e sse, St. Christopher; in the future simply by raising 4645 9th Street, North
Hugh McNulty talkedon I ,
Marvin Our
Mrs. Charles B. ,
the 'floor' to 10 per cent or even
the benefits to be derived 1 Lady of Fatima; Mrs. Ronald. 15 per cent." Our Advertisers help supportour

from making a retreat, urgin' E. Elder, Our Lady of Lourdes; "The second undesirable newspaper Do you help
: every member to make special I Mrs. Mary Lyncker, Sacred support our Advertisers?

effort to take advantage of this!!I Heart; Mrs. Charles Roberts,

____________ j4 _b __ _spiritual opportunity.The St. Joseph; Mrs. James Joseph,
members' choral ShoesLadies'
group:, Holy Family; Mrs. Frederick Jackson's
Phone ST. PETERSBURG BEACH DELANO'S NEWOFFICERS under the direction of Mrs,. Deadlines
Baker Our Lady of Perpetual
15th AT*. Gnlf Blvd TRUST & Men's
_SKO'BSSl Tur Arronnt Iniurrd br F.D.I.C. SERViCE Ray Olech Sr., sang, for the! Help, and Mrs. Vincent Di >ttrt itorlri from any .ionrr
program. should rrarh "The Florida Catholic"office Clinic Miller
Giorgi, St.
Father Patrick J. Malone no later than Mondiyi newiplrtur

IT'S NEW!! THE IDEAL GIFT has congratulated; newly in. GOOD Members SHEPHERD of the Women's 5 BLESSED TRINITY ** should r.*rh the editor byFrId.y Vitality-Weyenberg
Two days of fun and feasting for puhllratlon In the fol- Cushioned Bellaires
Two Wedding RIng entwined Cross Mailed officers of his Rosary Guild will sponsor a breakfast 1 this weekend ...
on a are in the offing iowlag Frld.,'. I. .
-tT- symbolize the union; of the couple" in Christ. Altar Society in 1)eLand. in Good Shepherd parish foi" at the Jacksonville Blessed 641 Central Ave. 862-1355

This Cross makes ideal Wedding ;X all students of the parish whc 1 bazaar.
an From the left, above, :Mrs. Trinity parish
I Shower or Anniversary gift. Cross is supplied 44 1.' Joel Sajers Jr., installing are graduating high school I 1 The church and school at

J with aluminum sleeve for use on officer;; Mrs. Chester Kaz- seniors this year. The eighth L 10478 Beach Boulevard will be
of the parish school l DANIEL T. WINTER & co.
I wedding cA el. (.. mierczak, president) ; Mrs. graders [ the setting for the annual
c also will attend the high school]l
Anne Livingston; lower spring bazaar 0 n May 25-26,
I ...>_ JDaytona photo, :Jlrs. Andre Toquet, seniors' breakfast at the parish l from noon till nine o'clock. HOSPITAL-SCHOOL BONDS

' From $4.50 I" Mrs.I Frank IlnUerworth and ST. ANDREWAs Spaghetti dinner, a dollar a 403 FLORIDA THEATRE BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG

BeachOUR 3Irv. Charles Hughes. a social gathering, the St,,, plate for adults and fifty cents TELEPHONE 86K)38l)

((7" Gold Plated) : Andrew Guild is planning a L for children, will be served

LADY OF LOURDES pot luck supper with dancing: Saturday. Sunday, there will
:Members of the Women's Eau Gallie following to be held May 25 al; be a choice of chicken fried

THE CATHOLIC SHOP "j Club of Our Lady of Lourdes ASCENSIONOn 6 p.m. in the church hall. country style or ham. Dinner Low Cost

... will install newly elected offi- May 14, members of the The chairman for this even!: will be served from noon till
656 Central Avenue Phone 824-6101
ST. PETERSBURG II cers at a luncheon Wednesday, Ascension Catholic Women's. Is Mrs. Jack Schmitt and the> 7 p.m. both days. On May 26, MortgageLoans
Mailed Free In U.s.A. May 29, at the Tropics, after a Guild attended Benediction of co-chairmen are Mrs. Raj' add a quarter to the cost, sponsors -

l business meeting at 11 a.m. the Most Blessed Sacrament. Glaser and Mrs. Tom Fowler. say, for a good .Sunday

The installing officer will be The business meeting, presided The plans for redecoratingthe : dinner. OPIt.flIISI U's

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK :Mrs. Joel Sayers Jr., presidentof over by Mrs. H. Levy, stressed church hall and the school l Bazaar entertainment will In- '

the Orlando Central DCCW opportunities for lay retreats. have been completed by the' elude games, rides, prizes and Available
Of Spufjft ;Pdsadena Deanery. Communion Sunday for. Holy Name and Guild mem. booths of various kinds. Thei

Offer Special guests Invited are guild members will be observed bers. The work will begin as i general public Is Invited. THE NATIONAL
If jtbv Payments For BANKOF
pu; Monsignor William Mullally, on May 26. Daughters are invited .. soon as ,school is out. ST. PAUL

FINANCING & REFINANCING Father Neil A. Sager, Father to join their mothers at MOORE HIGH SCHOOL The Altar and Rosary So- ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA

David Page, Mrs. John L. Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Mrs. Leo H. Meyer, outgoing t clety members honored past 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH.

Dozois, Mrs. J. B. Gormley and During the summer months, president of the Bishop Moore\ presidents at the final meeting Member F.D.I.C.

r to Brt. nct $2,000 Mrs. Frank J. Nelson, presidentand business meetings will not be Home and School Association, of the season, May 14. The GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK

past presidents of St. Paul's held. The members will make gave her report of the year's! outgoing president, Mrs. Carmel -
I Includes AH CoifcAMERIC ,
I I organization; Mrs. August cancer pads in July, and altar activities and accomplishments!t Sullivan, was presented

Schildback, president of St. care will be demonstrated at, at a recent meeting of the, with a gift for two years of

: Brendan's Women's Club, Or- the August meeting.Mrs. service. 4'
HAtlONAL group
BANK i :
mond Beach, and Mrs. J. A. P. Ryan announced the Father Patrick J. O'Carroll, Installation of new officers TUSSAUD"OF

J/Utfirr jJ> JRce: : Chairman Pokorny, president of Epiph- date of the hat sale to be Sat, president of Bishop Moore High[ will take place at the Yacht A\\ OF ENGLAND

I 672 firulfpor* JJlrd. Phone 3471161 any Women's Club, Port urday, August 17 from 10 a.mto School, has installed the following .. Club on May 30. /1\1At \

Orange.In 10 p.m. in the church hall. officers for the coming
/ i\i lIorl .'. ... eW .
.ttt ..
charge of the meeting is and the third annual bazaar,I yean nest

Mrs. Gene L. Petrucciani, pres- set for November 1516.A Mrs. Frank Cilento, presi sad etnacttti et the slgi of
7e The II !...
ttlNGJFISHRESTAURANT ident. Reservations are asked round table discussion on dent; Mrs. John J. Grant"lce- *

by Monday evening, May 27, the Convention of the Diocesan. president; Mrs. William Dunn, Ji: ;

says Mrs. Fred Lambert, CL Council of Catholic Women,, Jr., recording secretary; Mrs,- FLORISTGREENHOUSES i '5505 GULP BOULEVARD

3-7793. recently held at Tampa, was: Robert M. Garvey, corresponding .- !.. iJiknlrw AT*. 8.. ST. PETERSBURG

presented by Mrs. Joseph Sch-- secretary; and Mrs Joseph Wit WIRE K67.J36 FLOWERS I I BEACH

4 ENJOY AUTOMATIC oebert, Mrs. Levy, Mrs J, Bornemann, treasurer. *T. 1'r.TtS"nCJUl oint Ntrtft tf HIe fer Wrr

SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST Rickert, Mrs. G. Rogero, Mrs.J. Members of the school chap

"KeepFilled"DELIVERY Horschel and Miss Vera Mc,
ter of the National Honor Society
I Golden Fried or Broiled Shrimp Donald. were formally Inducted HEINZENSERVICE $ OPEN DAILY!

' Succulent Scallops Phone: Into the Honor Society at the 9 P.M.
Officers of the !
meeting. societyare e
0 Luscious Lobsters St. Pete- 898-1111 Edouard C. INCLUDING SUNDAY
Clearwater-446-8314 Craig Katharine Dillon, president; ,

YOUR FAVORITE: SEAFOOD PLATTER Contractor and Distributor:. James Simpson, vice president;: i

HKKVKD OCEAX FRESH FuJOiJJ); for Margie Houff, secretary, and :YZEY: 'PICKcr .t DELIVERY j See His Holiness Popt :John
Silk *t. llth Aft..Ss.Fh.n. .
HtJSHPurriEs ROLLS Vikon Metal Ceramic Collins Arnold, treasurer. 147-1511 ; XXIII. and other famous fi,-

Chicken and Steaks and Mosaic Tiles Parents o'f eighth grade students fI.tK'GRr.r.SST.'S- /',. res. So life-like.yeu'li believe
were welcomed inform tth *U A Ulh Av*. 8.. I the/re ALIYEI tPage
'At Famous Johns Pass PINELLAS 9l7-94th St. So 347-4101 rh... It.-.US
ally following the meeting.



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Sister will be Honored For
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May 29 in TampaTAMPA .:
' 60 Years of Teaching Blind

-Jesuit High School will award diplomas to ...

69 graduates in the senior class this year. The graduation, i"t." ,. \ NEW YORK (NC) A Sister who was born blind and

which will take place on May 29 at 8 in Auditorium ,: r'l : "see"
p.m. McKay ,:. ', has spent nearly 60 years teaching blind children to

,_ will feature an address by Judge Roger D. Flynn. .. "0 jJr.1<' jAc'a new meaning in life will receive an honorary degree here

The valedictorian of the .. .-,: : in
class is Simon Fernandez, Richard Fernandez, \ l or June -u:;:;. Dominican Sister in 1914. .
Joseph Hendry Thomas Fernandez, Chris For- 'r. w. .3 A J# $ Fordham University will be-
Jr. Robert -# Currently she is looking forward
Trebes is salutato-
'. .
tune. ii .. stow an honorary doctorate of
rian. :'- ". to completion of theschool's
Hendry has a full tuition
Also, Robert Fox, Wilson [ Jtj. .., .. humane letters on Sister Mary
scholarship to Spring Hill College Franklin, Karl Frese, Bob ,.. ,.. 1 f>,.. .' ,'. Benigna, 74-year-old Sister who expansion project.
in Alabama and the $oOO .J- >' The institution has an enroll
Gleason, John Harper, Si Hen- .. : 'x. Y. .. .--.1-- ---- will soon celebrate her 50th anniversary
Tampa Times honor scholar ment of 220 and a growing
, dry, Pete Hodge, Tom Hoffman, as a Dominican Sister -
ship. Trebes has been awardeda BLESSED. SACRAMENT GUILD'S LEADERS INSTALLED. TLKRMOXT waiting list.Regime.
John Howard, John Hunt. -------7 of Blauvelt, New York.
full tuition scholarship to Father Hush V. Keune Trainor to copse from Lake Woman's Guild of Clermont, Howard C. Mooney, recording .

"_'.Y Also, Mike Imparato, Charles (right) combined the in!>lal. Mary to be the principal with, from left, Father Train- secretary; )IM:. Peck; Mrs. Since 1904 Sister Benignahas
been instructor at Arrests
Jackson an
Ridgly Jones, Robert
lation of officers of women's
speaker at the event In Cler- Sylvia Gurney, president Father -
or, Mrs. Joshua Xuttall who ; elle school for the blind in
t Jordan, Brian Kuehner, Rich. organizations in La> :
parish mont at which Mns. CarolynC. Kearie; Mrs John Dormer
ard Lazzara, James Martin, at Clermont and the mission Peck was installing officer. represented Mrs, Helen Shad. treasurer; and Mrs.Frederick the Bronx. In those nearly six Priest in Haiti i

Gerald Martinez, Lawrence in Winter Garden. He in. Pictured here are the leadersof ley, corresponding secretary, Nyhui, >ice-presi decades she has helped hun DOMIXdO: Dominican
dreds blind children.
Martinez Sam
sited Father William J. the Blessed Sacrament at the installation; M r s. dent.P.iflfl1. XC The dictatorial
( )
The honorary doctorate Republic -
tL'S i Also, George Mason, Paul Mc-

Duffee, John Mooney, Tom Mc- i from Fordham will be her regime of president

Guigan Adrian Menendez, second major honor in the Francois Duvalier in neighboring -
rw+ Florida has arrested Priestas
ReportsSt. Haiti
Joseph Midulla, Mike Minardi, past two }rano.In
Angel Mivares, John Ondrovic, March, 1962, she receivedthe tension continues to prevailin

James Paskert. national education for the that Caribbean nation.

Also. Steve Perez Peter Pul- CloudST. Athey, Mrs. L. Wheeler and I blind award as one who has According to reports reach

lara, James Robinson, Ronnie THOMAS Mrs. Wm. Ott. Father George "contributed much to the education ing: here Father .1. Miland, a
McCormick the thanks-
Bt'Ddl'7 Tubu Rocha, Ronnie Sanchez, Ray The installation dinner of the after gave meals. of the blind for useful- Haitian parish Priest was

'Sheppard, James Smith, Bill St. Cloud Catholic Woman's giving ness in their daily lives." arrested on unspecified

Georgetown Washington, University D.C. In Stubblefield, Jerry Sullivan, Club was served at the St. Mrs. Mary Harrell, outgoing Sister Benigna, born Mary charges on May 7.

Another gtndent of the crystal rosary and a past president's Hackensack, New Jersey, was stated that police
Also, Robert Trebes, Ulysses May 16, with 85 people, members neighbors
class, Ronald Busuttil, has Valles, John Van Eepoel, Dan and husbands, present. Father pin, and Mrs. Agnes blind at birth. Operations when told him at the time of his

won a fall tuition scholarship Vasgird, Howard Watkins, Paul R. Woodyard wel- Harber received a basket of she was two and four gave her arrest: "If you were white, you
to Loyola University of New red roses for her 15 years as partial sight (less than "
Michael Wehle, Jon Webber, comed visitors. T& would be executed.
Orleans. treasurer. Mrs. Harrell, in __ .
useful vision She
20/200ths )
Jack Whiteside, George After a roast beef dinner, Father Miland's arrest is the
turn, presented the club with a ---S .
Father Edward P. Curry S.J. Wright for which Robert Lewis is well retained this degree of sight first known act 0 f violence
statue of the Blessed Motherfor
I will celebrate Mass for the known, the St. Cloud High until some 35 years ago, when against the Church during the

I class at St. Anthony's Memorial School Glee Club entertainedthe the club room. During the \ rhib she again became totally blind.In current crisis which has torn

Chapel on the school campus, Solons Urge Equal diners with their renditionsof dinner, :Mrs. Ott played piano 1904, when she was 15, Haiti in the past month.

at 9:30: a.m. on May 26. five vocal selections, under selections. ry, .. she aided in the establishmentof Rut since 1959; the Dm"alien
Father Robert Veltin O.S.B. the direction of their teacher There will be a special meetS the Catholic Institute for
Aid for Education regime has expelled three of
'I principal of St. Leo's' PreParatory Miss Bertha Oglesby. ing of the new officers, Thurs- \ the Blind (later to be renamedthe Haiti's Bishops and

School, will give the ser- WILLISTOX PARK (XC)- The guest speaker, Mrs. Joseph day evening, June 6 at 7:30 in I Lavelle School in honor of ousted" 17 seven Priest! !

/ Two New York congressmenhave Schoebert, diocesan pres- the parish house. The newly t : ; AM1 A the late Monsignor Michael J.
mon.Rev.. Mr. James R. von Meys- agreed here that impactedareas ident, came from Eau Gallie to installed officers are Mrs. i Lavelle, former vicar generalof In 19G1, the Holy See excommunicated

enbug S.J., organist, will ac- :; school aid could be improved install the new officers in an Charles McGervey, president; I the New York archdiocese). everyone who

I company scholastics of the Society I 1 by making its benefits impressive ceremony, after Mrs. Mary Box, vice-president; Over the years she has taught had anything to do with the

of Jesus at the Mass. ;available to all children, regardless -which she read the highlightsof Mrs. J. Kessler, secretary; and PARISII KITCHEN REPAIRS, TAMPA music, English, religion and Bishops' expulsions.The .
Mrs. Ruth Hans, treasurer.It St Joseph parish cafeteria in Tampa will get new current crisis i is the
Diplomas are to go to John :> of the school they at a paper by Father Vincent braille at the school. She now

Asmuth, Joe Berno, John tend. Smith, assistant diocesan moderator was decided that the stoves and flooring in repairs contemplated followingthe devotes most of her time,to the result of president Duvalier'a:

1 Berno, Richard Brown, Ronald Representatives Hugh L. urging all to teach Thursday afternoon card par- recent review benefit under the direction of, from school's department of music. attempt to remain in power un

i Busuttil, Edward Campbell, I i Carey and Steven B. Derounianwere Christian doctrine, especially ties would be continued duringthe left, Father Patrick J. Shannon C.SS.R., Mrs. Joseph When the Dominican Sisters constitutionally. His six-year

Ernie Charette, Allen Clark, interviewed after they to the children. He stressed summer. Alvarez and Tony Saladino. of took over term in office ended May 15

Anthony Costrini. participated in a panel on the fact that if they did not direction of the school in and the constitution forbids

Also, Nick Costrini, Joe Cu- ;federal aid to education, spon- know Christ as a child, they 1913! she' had already been his reelection. But two years

trono, Francis D'Alvanza, i sored by the home-school com- could not love Him as they e Coming Events f) accepted as a notice in the ago he declared himself re-

Daron Diecidue Robert Edel- ;mittee of St. Aidan's parish. should, for you cannot love the com in unity. elected.CLEARWATER.
This column lists future' benefit, special meeting and events' of morethan
stein, Angelo Ferlita, Frank A. unknown.Mrs. She became a professed
They agreed on the con. local InUrrct. Advanrv notice of regular meetings will be omitted.

stitutionality of aiding: all Lulu Davis, the found Epiphany parish party,, Card party May 28, 12:30 Bishop i Henry Murphy of

I Mail Course Attracts children, including those in er-president of the club was May 24, 7:30 p.m. American p.m. Maitland Community Limerick, Ireland, 12:30 Official Finds

i POONA (NQ-A correspondence church-related schools. welcomed. She said that in Legion Hall, Port Orange.: Center, sponsored by St. o'clock midday, June 2.

course in religious instruction They then avowed firm sup- 1931 there were about a dozen Dessert card party May Mary Magdalen Altar Society, Annual fair, June 5, benefitof Refugees Helped
members, and that it was joy
operated by the Catholic for the that Maitland. Ambrose an.l IlKIKUT, Lebanon (XC) -
port principle 25, 1-5 p.m., CIA hall, St.. St. parish
to realize that the membershipand If the Shoe
I enquiry center here has ]present and future federal aid Petershurg; Holy I Family Daytona Beach graduation, Our Lady of Good Counsel, Arab refugees. have made sig Fits.
the work of the club had
drawn applications from 10,000 ]programs must! be made available Women's Guild, sponsor. May 28, St. Paul Church; for :Elkton. nificant progress since the
to their .
non-Catholics. These, enrollees j to all children without dis grown present propor- Father Lopez High School. June 7.9, men's retreat, first destitute exiles came to REPAIR

i, are.being! sent tm introductorycourse
in 50 "Know-Christ" In reference; to the impactedareas The were program handled and by arrangements Mrs. A.- parish, Jacksonville, May 2;.i;' 29, St. James Church; for ..9, men's retreat, St. years ago, according to Mon- IT! .

4 letters, which are written ; law, Carey pointed out spaghetti dinner; May 26, ham Bishop Moore High School. Leo. signor Luigi Ligutti, the Ho'lySee's

either in English or in one of i that new legislation must be Liturgy CommissionVATICAN and chicken dinner, serving Sarasota. graduation May June "Vest Blessed: TiinityMen's permanent observer at at.10M'S
two Indian languages. The passed before June 30 or it will both the United Nation's food and
CITXCThe( ) days, noon to 7 p.m. 30, Incarnation Church; for Club, Saturday, June 8,
center has 370 volunteer helpers ,expire. The bill provides agriculture organizationFAO Shoe
liturgical commission of the Cardinal Mooney High 8 Anchorage Club I of Repair
to work with the mailing federal aid to education in Smorgasbord, May 26, turkey School. p.m. ( ).
where school enroll- ecumenical council convened roast beef, ham, meat Maximo Moorings, St. Peters Monsignor: Ligutti who is ':: 1890 DREW STREET
here (April 23)) to review proj loaf Annual Memorial Day burg. -
St. Patrick
parish, Jacksonville
; -
ments are swollen by childrenof also international relations di-
list.ST. ects concerning worship whichare Mass, May 30, 10 a.m., Calvary June IMfi men's retreat,
federal employes. 1421 Ilrouard Hoad. rector for the United States national
to be voted on during thecouncil's Cemetery, Pin e 11 a sCounty
Parental "freedom of choicein St. Augustine graduation Catholic rural life con-
second session next (U.S. 19 at 58th
education" must be Cathedral Dance, June 8, Treasure' ference, visited Dibai refugee
recognized May 20, 8 pan, the ; Street North). JIM'S AUTO BODY
MUMFORD in the extension of the fall.The for St. Joseph .Academy High Island! auditorium, Dick camp near here with representatives -
commission members
Krlr\ffTHl\ Air Conditioning impacted areas law, Carey de School. St. Petersburg: hojs' graduation Crockett hand; benefit St. of the pontifical
Ural Pump Service primarily Archbishops and )Ia31, St. Mary .
Jude School St. Petersburg.June
clared. He said he proposes an : mission for Palestine, papal re-
Good t'.ed Appliance Bishops from a dozen countrieswere Jacksonville' graduation, Church; for lUshop Barry
':1- 8th. St South amendment which will make JHoIOIll..U'S re lief agency for Palestine refu-
expected to be in session May 27, San Jose Church; forBishop High School. 1113 C.iirt ClrnrwaUr. II*,
Phone aid available to all schools in 'treat Academy of Holy gees.
Pay usunlte StS-SlU for about 10 days. Kt'nllJlI h School. Summer festival dance, 9 Complete W'rrrk Work
the impacted area. *"" ..... r,.' .. '.... Names, Tampa. The refugees now number
p.m. to 1 a.m. June 1, K of C anti Aulo Tainting
June :1.:1om'JI's retreat, 1,1 million.
r or. :..r _:;'-:_:-:--':-.'.-':.. _._._ T. v_,",,-,. 5-ra< Hall, 1720 Central .\venue, Appliance KfinUhrdPhone
1i 'tN tr'I St. JO t"phC.dt"III)', St. Augustine. The Reverend Robert L.
St. Petersburg; sponsor Holy Child chairman of the
i grants
For Your Real Estate Family Women's Guild.
'--.-... -....' __ .June 2l ::a, men's retreat, committee of England's Oxford
And Insurance Needs Call Knights of Columbus, FlorIda St. Leo. : committee for famine relief, }'IUt; ESTIMATES

; i 1? State Council convention, (Oxfam) visited a hospital
iA June 28-30, men's retreat,
t LaVoie & Insurance
Realty June 1-4 International
Tampa clinic being built in Tanail in
St. I.eo.
, 4154 Central Avenue Phone 8964133BY :I. Inn. central Lebanon's Bekaa val-
? June :s-: women's retreatHoiy '
f I St. Paul High School, St. ., fo"orIII
1 s& i X.ame.adem)-, San ley.Both '.
"'.. 4{v.. Petersburg, girl graduation, Oxfam and the ponti .p .,... \ 'Ww\.y i
Antonio.: / IN
St. Paul Church, June 2. fical mission for Palestine '
..... July :;-., women's retreat 4i: ;' 12 SECONDS
l .:,.T Dedication, St. Jude Holy Name Academy, San have given funds to help build : ;:; (TIME IT'')

THE BOX Church, SU Petersburg: by Antonio. the Tanail clinic"qrnrnrrrrlrrnrlrlllnn

1 t l July .i-7, men's retreat, St. ARTIC-KAR

OR BUCKET r .. Minister Tells Of Leo. Betty K. O'Brien AUTO Al* CONDmONIirFKKK
I July 12-14, men's retreat, &: Company fe : mEiIONSTIL'rlNThayer

"IT'S' FINGER LICKIN' GOOD" :.i. Catholic Hospital St. Leo 1985 Drew St. Ph._446-839 Motor Co

: t July 1 -women's retreat, $$5 MUTUAL FUNDS
"k / .:'s4 : Service to CanadaOTTAWA Holy Name Academy, San STOCKS & BONDS 1015 CLEVELAND
COL HAOAND wctu'omG.M.KOt \ltiwal ...'.. '." Antonio. Si PH. 146.9106A'NEAL'S
t i/J/III IiI!Ii J I I J I 11111"
(XC) Almost
1 f.1 July 12-14, men'retreat' ,
half the hospital beds in
EirA1 1 St. JO t"Ihcadem)-, Loretto.
A Canada are in institutions di-
July 12-14, women's retreat RESTAURANT
rected religious organiza-
St. ..Jo'phcadrm)',
'J 4 tions, Judy LaMarsh, Canada's St. Augustine.July TRY OUR FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN $1.25

PHONE 898-4422 \ federal minister of health, told t6t8.ol1lf'n'i retreat ALSO WIDE VARIETY OF SEA FOOD SERVED

AND PICK IT UP \ I the Catholic Hospital Associ- Holy'adelU)', 1778 GULF-TO-BAY PHONE 4447381JOE'S
I ation of Canada
general meet
t S.Antonio..
ing here. There 180-
are some
July 19-21, men's retreat,
2501 9th St. No. 000 hospital beds in Canada. St. Leo. SPORTING GOODS

"This is indeed in conformity -
July 20-28, women's re.
with the historic role which
9 religious institutions have treat, Holy Name Academy, AIR STATION FOR SKIN DIVERS
San Antonio.
played in the development of + .a RENTALS
July 2&28, men's retreat, '
IN PALATKA'S SCHOOL CLINIC hospitals particularly in St. Leo. 1754 DREW ST. PHONE 446-8275

Grey Ladies like Mrs. Cicero Sterling who is render- Canada", Miss LaMarsh said.

I ing first aid to Dalene Strom, a fourth grade pupil at St. Arch bishop SebastianoBaggio ,

Monica School, Palatka, have given yeoman service this to
apostolic delegate
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Comment, Frank;: J. Sheed Alert/ Study Uncovers Red's Goals

Psychoanalysis Shown As painfully writing "finis," suppression of the truth about Red documents which had men-
IN revisionism but did
I am duty-bound to point individuals who have carelessly tioned they
out that the comrades are injured our national security.We not publish the letter. Mr.
Basically Materialistic keenly conscious of the new cannot forget that the Sulzberger, whom I knew well,
I Florida Indebted to Irish Missioners 111SLUi1C:_.__:_ u..a a._ _y_ New York Herald Tribune has did write me most graciously,

1'REUD teaches that all our energy is sexual. How, which is ahead. just praised Owen Lattimore. acknowledging that he was
THE Diocese of SL Augustine is being Although our country owes a great e then, can Catholic doctors practice psychoanalysis? This is broughtto Nowhere was it emphasizedthat wrong and saying that he
debt Ireland for the thousands of mis- the senate internal security would file my letter for fur
by the visitation of two Bish- to And how can Catholic patients allow themselves to be them by the
ops-Bishop John Kyne of :Meath, Ireland, sionaries sent to our land, Florida has a psychoanalyzed 1"Psychoanalysis first words of sub-committee had declared ther use. But he has never usedit
p and : of Limerick special kinship with the Emerald Isle by the "program that Mr. Lattimore had beena so far as I know.
Bishop Henry Murphy is too complex a topic to be treated inL articulate instrument We shall also have to turn
Ireland. of the unbroken line of missionariesto of the communist -
way column. Like communism it
L cannot be of the soviet conspiracy." our skepticism of the general
We know that the visiting Bishops will our state. iclpfully discussed by a Catholic, however of the Soviet party* Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimerhas press to a knowledge of the
be impressed with the work that has been Never in the history of Christianity hasa
:ompetent he may be in theology, unless Union" their been treated likewise, notably communist line.
done by the Priests and Sisters from Ire- nation which is so small made such a le has really studied it. But we can clear mother party: in the New York Times. The consolidation of soviet

land. Our Diocese has been blessed by the tremendous apostolic effort. There are he ground a little, perhaps. Freud'snethod 'The great Oc- As with Lattimore it is stated control over the captive nations -
sons and daughters of Ireland who have few countries in the world which are not of treating neuroses and psychosess repeatedly that he was undera now looms up as a result

come to staff many of our schools and indebted to the Emerald Isle. one thing, his theory of the nature of Louis F. Budenztober cloud "during the McCarthy in part of America's
administer many of our parishes.This Certainly the Faith in our own coun- nan quite another. The treatment did notrow era." Nowhere is it stressed fumbling In Hungary, and of
past week one of Bishop Kyne'sown try and our own Diocese is due in no small ;- out of, and therefore does not de- in socialist revolution ushered that in a hearing before the our aid to Ked Poland and
in the
a new era historyof
Priests, Father Hugh Keane, dedi- degree to the Priests and Sisters sent to end upon, the theory. It grew out of his mankind, the era of the personnel security Commission board of the, Red These Yugoslavia.countries are all played -

cated a provisional church in Clermont. our shores by the Bishops of Ireland. ind other people's successes and failuresn downfall of capitalism and the Atomic the board Energy found him to be a up in the current "New
Next week Bishop Murphy will have We hope and pray that our state will i handling actual cases.: The theory came establishment of communism." "loyal citizen" but recommended Times", and "International Af
the privilege of dedicating one of Florida's some day be able to be a center from later and results from a combination of his experience of But the issue is not that simple. :against his continued access fairs" as contributing to soviet

most beautiful churches, St. Jude Churchin which more missionaries will be able to go handling mental sickness and the philosophical views he The connundrum before man- to restricted material. On appeal -power in Europe. We must

St. Petersburg which was built under forth and that our native sons and daugh- _411 1..1..1 utu.:: historians- _had_ Incredibly_ _u underplayed kind really is: to the AEC, that body bya know, too, that Cuba, as the
the inspiration of :Monsignor James J. ters will be able to emulate Shall the world socialist dictatorship Affairs"
so many boys His materialism did not come ; it; :Marx made it the four to one vote, denied him :March "International
Meehan, a personal friend of Bishop i and girls of Ireland who are giving their from his practice of psychiatry; I explanation o f everything prevail, or shall there further access to restricted ma shows, is now used as a show
Murphy. lives to spread the kingdom of God. he was a materialist when he sociology, politics, philosophy, come about a wider distribution terial. case of "successful resistanceto
began, and naturally Inter- art religion. It is not, of course. of wealth, such as Pope The press silences on these imperialism" among all "col-
preted his experiences mate- But it has a tremendous effect John XXIII envisages? gentlemen are all the more onlal" peoples.
Father John B. SheerinEducator's rialistically. A theist has no all the same, and we may be In the first case, there will conspicuous because the find- Crowning all of this Is the
I difficulty in interpreting them grateful to :Marx for forcing us be obliteration of all belief in ings in each case could have pushing forward of "anU- om.
theistically. So that the treat to see it. God; in the second, there shouldbe been freely used by the press.It munism as a poison," which
Old/ Maxim UntenableI ment may be used by people So with Freud's universalizing increase to the honor and must also in all charitybe again is revealed by the astute

who do not accept the theory.No of sex (which necessarilyand glory of God. said that many of our general William Welnstone in the
IN discussions of public and outside the school while moral- creeds which sanction these one now uses the treat naturally causes the sovietto For the wider distribution of press commentators young people's paper, "Com
parochial school education, ity was to be taught within the virtues." ("The Republic and ment as Freud left it, but mod- ban Freud!) It is not true wealth entails more ability to know little of the marxist munist Viewpoint," for January -
there is one question that keeps school. He was a deeply religious the School," Teachers College, ified and developed by all that that all man's energy is sexual follow out St. Thomas Aquinas' classics, which guide the to forbid all opposition to
recurring: how can you teach man and at the same timean Columbia University, p. 14)). has been learned since. Sim- energy, directed towards dif conditions for a holy and whole communist leaders.So communism as "immoral." This
morality- effectively a.- extraordinary educator. How Horace Mann at least was ilarly no one rejects the whole ferent objects and therefore life. it was that two years ago, thought constantly intimidatesour
without could he ever arrive at such a logical, even if his theory was of Freud's theory, for there are assuming different forms. We can be sure we .Americans C. L. Sulzberger of the X ew general noncommunistpress.
teaching religion I I strange bisection of the pupil'smind unscientific. He believed that. elements in it of immense Freud no more tried to prove shall never be able to York Times uttered the .
at the ? the child learned about religionin value whatever view one has the universality of his key idea obtain the second goal unlesswe astounding theory that "revis There Is encouragement,
game time? Some time ago In reading a one part of his brain and. of its general bearing. than Marx; each simply statedit have a much better knowledge ionism" was a new word in the however in that the Catholic
In other book on Horace Mann I discovered about morals in a different. Like all materialists, he does and (as Hilaire Belloc observed of living,: communismand marxist lexicon. high school superintendentsare
words, is it the explanation. Mann part. He logically concluded not ask the first question- ) there is great psycho- its techniques.This Not knowing that it went now resolved to introduce
possible to sep was "taken in" by the fad of therefore that there was noth.. "Why is there anything in logical value in a strong affirmation requires not only the back to the Nineties and that analytical studies of communism -
arate religion phrenology that swept the ing unnatural about separatingthe existence at all?" He starts And of course Freud study of Cardinal Cushing's "war on revisionism" had been in their schools. There
from morality? United States in the 1840s. The teaching of morals and the with what he finds actually was right in discovering sexual "Questions and Answers on particularly commended by have also been moves for academies -
The general greatest propagandist of the teaching of religion. there. And what does he find? energy at work in all sorts of Communism" and my own Lenin as a spur to the soviet for freedom In generaland
assumption. : is. j fad was George Combe and Hut now that the surgicaland The id first-what we begin human actions and reactions 'Techniques of Communism." revolution, Sulzberger presupposed for foreign affairs in Washington
tnat- the- public- Mann became his friend and the medical professions life with-our body and its where its shy presence had It also requires healthy skepti- that it meant the liquidation itself. ,
schools can teach general moral disciple. In fact, he even nameda reject phrenology, how can constitution, especially the in- never been suspected. Unsuspected cism regarding our own gen- of Zhukov! Whereas it It Is my hope and prayer
principles but that the teachingof son George Combe Mann. any educator Justify the separation stincts rooted in it, libido above it could not be treated; eral press. means the liquidation of us, the that these Institutions will become
religion must be done by According to phrenology, ? all. Libido is the sexual drive; now it can. Of late, much of this press "imperialists." fully awake to the necessity -
parents and clergy. there is a relation between the Washington said that both and the id is simply libido- We have noted that Freud has preached appeasement in At that time I wrote the New for a study of actual, living
Yet the thoughtful educator faculties of the mind and par reason and experience forbidus chaotic, not aware of itself, a did not ask why anything many forms including the York Times, citing the many communism.
usually admits that this un ticular regions of the brain, to expect morality to exist. drive and a thrust and an ap exists at all.
natural division is simply a these regions being the organsof without religion. Yet there are. petite. I tis a dangerous questionnot
compromise.To the faculties. There are 35 educators who say that one can. Then the ego--that part of to ask, since whatever is Father Leo J. TreseChristTeaches
teach religion in the public faculties. teach the Christian virtues in. the Id which grows into consciousness the explanation for things I ITHE
schools would be to stir up Religion (sometimes called public schools because they are I it too is essentially existing is bound to have its Us How to Share Love
sectarian quarrels, says the Veneration) is said to be a different part and parcel of our American libido. Last the superego, effect upon their meaning and
educator. and so it's best to faculty from moral virtues traditions. But they deny which results from the ego's their activity. Anyhow he did
keep religion out of public edu such as firmness of char. that there is any need to teach. consciousness and its effortsto not ask it. whole spiritual life, as great mystery why our love .eration however, it does makeit
cation. The aim is to keep the acter, benevolence or conscien- the religious basis for these make rules for coping with He began with what he found. know, can be summedup should mean so much to God. j possible for Jesus to act in
peace just as Solomon suggested tiousness. So the notion that virtues.In external reality. actually existent. It is tragic: in the single phrase, "Love In our honest moments we ;and through us. This He does,
he could keep the peace be- the teaching of morality and short, the public schoolcan l When the superego judges that in this he did not see that. God!" It is for this that Godi have to admit that our love, at ]most especially, in our act of
tween two women by cuttinga the teaching of religion shouldbe tell children to be. good I lone way and the id clamors an- spirit is also a fact as matter. made usthatwe best, is very imperfect. There ]love for God.
child in two, and thus placat- separated seemed quite but must not tell them why. other way; we have psychosis 16, and that there is a spiritual might love is a good bit of self-interest In- Our own act of love consists
ing rival claimants.I proper and scientific to Horace This procedure runs countei. or neurosis. And Freud's energy in man as well as a Him. There is termixed even with our most simply In identifyingour
was for a long time puzzledby Mann. to the child's natural desire tc I techniques do, in the Judgment bodily: with Freud's philosophical no other rea- disinterested loves: our love will with Cod's.
the position Horace Mann Lawrence A. Cremin, after learn. The teacher will tell him l of many, help the neurotic to formation he was hardly. son for our ex for spouse, for parent, for child, What God wahts is what we
took on this question over a recounting Mann's phrenology he must practice the virtue ol: peace within himself, the likely to. He was aware of a. istence. I tis for brother or sister.It want. Our love Is expressed in
hundred years ago. "binge," concludes: "Thus, pub- kindness. The child's curiosity, psychotic to peace with his psychical element, but the! love for God, may illumine the mysterya I our obedience to God's law, an
The great educator and fa- lie *- or common schools will get the better of him and I surroundings. body-psyche explanation o i too which bit if we examine what we I obedience which involves the
thrr of the American public can teach such publicly accepted he will ask the simple question:: Like that other Jew of gen- human action goes m u c h. equips us for" might call the "anatomy" of :sacrifice of self.
tchool did divorce the teaching virtues love should I be ?" tc the of love for God. obedience act of self-
as brotherly "Why kind! ] ius, his older contemporary further than he saw, or per. ecstasy our Our our
; of religion from the kindness, generosity, amiability which the teacher will have tc I Karl Marx, Freud had found haps could see. face-to-face unIon In baptism, the greatest thing renunciation, creates a clear:
teaching of morality.To and others, leaving to home respond, "That is a religious; an element in human conduct From another angle, indeed, with God which happened to us is that ,channel through which Christ
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avoid "sectarian" quarrelshe and church the task of teachingthe question and you must ash: which had never had sufficient it goes deeper than we Catholics .I I.ii 1.ICYVIL. ""'''V we were made one with I own love can go, through us to
urged religion be taught differing private sectarian your parents for the answer.' attention paid to it. for the most part, see. Without love, a soul could be Christ ; incorporated with the Father.
:Each exaggerated his key The influence of matter on L in the midst of heaven and still Christ 1st h e theological ex The Holy Spirit, the Spiritof
idea, making it the explanation mind is being explored as never. be in hell. Such a soul could pression. We were united with I Love, flows from Son to Father -
U Father Michael V. Gannon of everything.With before; the exploration of the be surrounded by God, by an- Christ in a way which our human in a hundred million ways.
Marx it was economic, influence of mind on matter. gels and saints, and be totally mind cannot quite fathom. And, since divine love is an
by which he meant everythingthat has barely begun. The Christian l unaware of their presence.A Christ shared with us His ;j Interchange, the Father's love
JGREAT CHAPTERS IN FLORIDA t has to do with the produc- awaits both not only without soul without charity is a Spirit, the Holy! Spirit, the I returns to His Son with Just
I soul without spiritual vision Spirit of divine love. variations. In loving
I mi* M tion from earth and sea and fear, but with the liveliest an ;i is many
sky of what man needs. The ticipation. a soul totally blind.It There is no example adequate i 4 ach of us, God can and does
CATHOLIC HISTORY is fortunate that God, In to illustrate the nature of our ]love His Son.
baptism, has infused the vir. union with Jesus. The closest We are, then, God's created'
. !Jf-1: Chapter Three Father John J. Castelot tue of charity into our souls, that we can come by way of instruments: !' of love.

de Narvaez was a settlement rights to all Florida.On esan Priests and Franciscai 1 has given us a talent for parallel Is to Imagine the Intimacy We are God's agents In this
PANFILO man, fair- June 17, 1527 Narvaez friars to evangelize the Indians loving Him. of union that would complexioned, red-bearded and sailed from the port of San Only one of the diocesai i Psalm Adapts Word, Ideas It is not easy to love some- exist between two humans ,\,vhich forever occupies Father,
one-eyed (he had lost an eye Lucar in Spain with six hun Priests is known to m:' one whom we never have seen. who shared one and the same J;on and Holy Spirit.It .
trying to discipline Cortes, con- dred colonists and soldiers. by name-El Asturiano, "th. To Service of One True Godr It is especially difficult when soul between them. In a sense, is plain that, the more we
queror of Mexico). By all accounts He pet a course for the Asturian." Superior of t hi our love for the unseen God each would be the other. j mrify ourselves of self, the
he was a brave and resourceful same Florida coastline where Franciscan party was Fathe:r 0 f the oldest bits of power and majesty of the one.. conflicts with our desire for Similarly after baptism there i nore effective an agent eachf
soldier, and when in Ponce de Leon had twice Juan Xuarez, named by Charle:S poetry in the psalter is true God. He calls the thunder, some lesser but visible good. is a sense In which you are <) us is. The more we detach
1526 he returned to Spain after been repulsed, the second V as Bishop-elect of Florida. psalm 28. Its language and for instance, "the voice of the: The truth is that, without Christ and Christ is you. twenty six: years of royal service time at the cost of his life. Father Xuarez, however", even some of its concepts have Lord," and the body of this:; God's help, we really could not Our spiritual merger with i: sin but also from venial
in the New World, t h eking And like Ponce he brought would never be consecratedFor I. striking paral- psalm depicts the awful powei: love Him at all. Jesus does not destroy our personal s;;in, the more perfectly do we
Charles V awarded him with him a company of dlocTRANGE all the talents of the leader., lels in ancients of this "voice." On the face of It, it seems a freedom. With our coopi i ulflll our vocation to Jove.

Narvaez, the expedition wa Canaanite lit- I As his description proceeds,
. BUT TRUE doomed to failure. Within seen \erature.. But J Jn it is easy to picture the prog. Question BoxApostolate B
years time only four mei the sacred auJ J ress of the storm.
J Little-Known Facts for of those who landed at Florid;a thor has adapted \I'f Mediterranean .
By M. J. MURRAY 1MJ.Jr.c.w.c.I'Ift*rrtUUUSUAL would still be alive. the olds It begins(vast over waters) and i / to Sick is Open to All!! 1L

One of the survivors words and
wa moves Inland to shatter the -
.nhI I '' Cabeza de Vaca, treasurer an'd ideas to theg 5"r famed cedars of Mt. Lebanon L; Q. I find that the Priests just a corporal work of mercy I personally irish to Invite
CHURCH tco.Jcocmr DOORWAY ._. S high sheriff, who wrote a Ion: service of the fn ((5)). This mighty mountain L of our area do not visit the for the Priest but also of the ;you to join this apootolate.
BEUSURVMMG S. account of the expedition. Fror one true God. range, once considered a god I laity.I .
much Protes-
hospitals as as
EXAMPlES S _. _, ; him we learn that enough mi!;. The opening by the Canaanites, leaps like a 1 frankly find no more rewarding -
STYLT r bU.Nrsq 1MIRELAND. S fortunes to discourage any bu it verse. is a good example: Give calf, and Its proudest peak!t tant ministers. Why is this? work than visiting the .
the most hardy of missionarie,3' to the LORD you sons of God, snow-capped Hermon (Sarion)!, A. The frequency of theI sick but find that it is impossible 4.
DtfTUTP S S S befell the voyagers at sea & aNT 7Ht/2'; S fore they finally reached th praise.In ((6)), such is the force of Yah. is determined by the numberof tations in my own parish.
j'.5. shores of Florida. the original pagan version, weh'a "voice." Priests available and thei Over half the Priests in our

.5. S NWL MlLD, .At la*>t, with many thanksgiving ,, the "sons of God" were probably Then the tempest movej:!i other obligations that he has Diocese are involved in high
S. :. TJ4T WIDESPREAD UST OF Xarvacz anchored In the devotees 0 f the across the desert to the easi', incurred by reason of his pas- school work and most of the
tS .- : TsErxVtc.1HS-nt the vicinity of St. Clement's,, thunder-god. But the biblical of the mountains, with t h t!s toral! duties. pastors are directly engaged in r.bu.bc4 'Vtr7 Friday
-. .'\ FIRST THRIE; trmus or WE Point on the peninsula west, author, with his pure monotheistic lightning starting fires in the I know of sections of elementary school work. Prot. :FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRES!. Inc.
many ." ... .
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*> Slit (JAr. | |ISSIII
HOLY NAME or tsustS poc uses the term to estant ministers in
of Tampa Bay.It dry vegetation and terrifyingthe : our Diocese, for example, general are Ka.t CaUalal flrt.., OrUnd
_, ; I.AAG4L'f 19 fre.c I C designate the angels who senethe not involved in school work
; D OF S1EMA: ,VAta DtPlA" was Holy Thursday c'If desert-dwellers. where there are hundreds of Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada
: : t ik rr RaoMiMmy WMCRECERu : one true God. And now in verse 9 there h I old folks who are alone and and therefore have more avail If.IJ.OO.00 per year other countries
;- :. 4 :i :; WAa b4IlO. 1528.Narvaez and his missionarie'3 He thus rail upon all of abrupt switch of locale to the! certainly are deserving of vlsi- able time to visit the hospltaU Th. Florida. CathoUe I. a member
S -- were anxious to meet the Ii 1. creation, from the heavenly temple of Jerusalem. Abrupt: tations. Yet at the same time, and other institutions. ,.Dt the Catholic Press Association
S. spirits to the savage forces I know that those in need 'ind the National Catholic Welfare
-TkzR.KEr! dians of the area before takin g though it is, it is effective.The I know there are so many thatit :Confertnc X.w. S.rvkBogner
of nature, to Iraise Yalmeh. of the ]
sacraments, whether in
I :,.i formal possession of the lam L prayers and songs: would be impossible for a j ind )ilartin publishers' represent
The pagans quite commonly which ascend to the throne Priest to see all of them and at a hospital or at home, are taken '1 live. Entered a. second class mail
On landing, therefore, the y divinized natural forces, espen of God from Ills temple areas the same time take care as well care of by the Priests. But beyond j 1 Mar under 1.the 1959.Act of at March Orlando 3. 1879."'IfrlJa.
immediately set out toward a cially those which they foundn powerful, in their own of the actual emergencies. this, the other calls are,
Indian village spotted fror mysterious and frightening, way, as the majesticolce of As a Priest I really feel thatIf to a great extent, going to be (f) ;
aboard ship. like thunder, lightning, andt the storm. there is any neglect in visit. limited to the time the Priest EmOte Mnrmt R. !*mlthKcutiv
found the village. 1[ earthquakes. For Yahweh Is enthroned I ing the old and sick It U on the has available for this work. Editor
was The Indians ha d The Inspired psalmist, In eternally above the chaotic: part of our laity. Why wouldn't Certainly many men and Editor lark: HU.%. JUIUlf Ja tnU
u ON iwr highly poetic fashion, shows at flood of human affairs, listen. you personally, for example, women who have raised their "..,ph .%. K..lrrAdtertMr
r' S D' TURK1SH-.SYRIAJ4 BOUDtR.WAS OHCE fled their huts and were hidinin *g l least implicity that all of these Ing to the pleas of His children l take it upon yourself to visit families could take a more active Manager
F fl4*crurtR Of cH1JTrNDo.4Dg CE
t1. 0 IA TFWBSHON the brush. and in His and goodness .. some of the sick in your area? interest in taking care of "
f't EARTH 1D-l4b'VHIt AMCltMT C/TY things, far from being gods, are power Friday 27 1963Catholic
.g ALMOST I'oTTEN. Visitation of the sick is not the need of our Hick and May ,
.(Xe.\t Week: Xarvacz' Tragedy) actually manifestations of the answering them. aged. _



: : :;:':' ; = ."._" ':#' r---t; The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 24,19C3 Page Five
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Academy of Holy Names Class Told m. :' rJ' : t :. ; : Special Theme Day St. Petersburg

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: .. ... .. .., 'Q } ACADEMY
Self-Possession Preserves TruthTAMPA .. ..., LA. .. !'cI NOTRE DAME
:. '., Suggested to MenST
.......\f.. "... 'W t. I ,: Mrs. William Allison has
: been installed as president of
-A Priest who received his early education from the Sisters of the Holy ,,: \ LOl'IS (XC) Joseph
Names in Tampa came home to the city of his birth last Sunday to address the 1963 __-__...L..., .'__ ...__ Cardinal RItter urged Catholic Notre Dame Auxiliary.
-. John Cotter of Bishop Barry
1IiII.IIIr.! to their
graduating seniors of the Academy of the Holy Names. And the principal theme of .... { r;; .. 1 if.4 laymen promote own Guild presided at the installa-
Father 4 ". t... ,< ,: spiritual life "as a special pres-
Ernest C.. Ferlita's address was to wish holy self-possession for the young wom- t their Good tion at a mother-daughter
-- : ... r ent to Bishops" on
leaving me Academy thi J J < : Sunset
q.t breakfast at Country
cent's School of Nursing in was able to give herself totallyto .:- -.. ,J. f ... Shepherd Sunday each year.
I Graduation Jacksonville. the motherhood of God. It \'t-:-' .' ;'- ,. -... ..,..1'ltf The Archbishop of St. Louis Club on Sunday, May 19. The
of 54 seniors took } -
place The principal speaker, Jesuit was because Christ, Who Is L l. told the St. Louis laymen's re- guest speakerwas Mrs. Fred
at 8 o'clock
in the -r
evening erick Schmidt of the Diocesan
Father Ferlita of St. Truth Itself I treat league on Good Shepherd
Sunday, May 19, in the Mary'sCollege possessed Himselfin 1 i. _I j _. 't' ... ..._ .. Council of Catholic Women.
(April 28)) laymen
St. Mary's, Kansas, and Sunday
perfect peace joy that :: r'- '
Academy auditorium. r V'
I graduated himself from's He was able to give Himself on should set aside that Sunday Honored guests were Sister

Winners of scholarships it Jesuit after attending Sacred the cross for all men." !. was announced the ;; i __ t ... v
by superior Heart School In Tampa. ."-,. ;' B their Bishops and their pastors. John of Notre Dame Academyand
and principal Sister t I" '-.. _
After studies at Spring Hill College Holy Name ClassCommencement "" "" ). -- ; :41r William of Mary s\.J M, r- : .' Zt \... .. "-1 '
mere as follows,,: he Joined the Society and i.. could do for me that Mould president of Bishop Barry
was ordained a Priest in 1962. \l / be of greater satisfaction than High School.
Carol Lynn Gosserfs, three .,. .
; At present, he is assigned to .., ,_ '&' to dedicate yourselves to the Members of the hoard are
thousand dollar honor Set Next Friday r-:
four-year teach at Loyola University of :: -t, J retreat"' movement, and to enlarge Mrs. Robert Granger, secretary;
scholarship to St. Dominican .
Mary's the South. S.oAXTOXIO Father ,: and promote it." Mrs. William Rouse, treasurer;
College, New Orleans;;j; The Priest referred tot h e Stephen Hermann O.S.B., pres- -Q :, I ...., ..-. --. 'Y1< Holy Name Academy "All of us need the love of Mrs. Thomas Scully, Mrs.
Mary Morbach, six hundred 1 I, '
Broadway play, "A Man for All ident of St. Leo College, will ':: -.r.f... Class of 1963 the Good Shepherd to follow Charles Girard Mrs. James

De dollar Paul four-year University scholarship to 1 I Seasons," and especially the preside in Holy N a m e Prior t.. v, ,..,.. I I., ". ).,.. .:' San Antonio faithfully after Him, to keepus McConaghy, Mrs. George Mo

Chicago. line given to St. Thomas More Chapel at the graduation cere- t ; < from going astray and seek Cullough, Mrs. Frank Corridon,
Loretta Perez, Mary Ann "i. j
I 1 when, in prison, he tells his mony for 29 seniors attending 1; ing things that are to our detri Mrs. "'alterVlsem3n, Mrs.
Hoeper admission with
high daughter Holy Name Academy in San Holy X a m e Academy's Carroll Coughlin, editor of Rosier, Marjorie Fagan; row ment. he said. Elmer Hitchings, Mrs. John

est honors accompanied by an 1 "When a man takes an oath Antonio, Florida. The young graduating class of 1963 in yearbook; Mary Burke, sodalIty 3, Maria Garcia, Jane'" Guile"', Through a program of spiritual Mischke, Mrs. Charles Johnson -

honorary scholarship to Trin (swearing before God that this women will receive their di- San Antonio, Florida, Includes prefect; and Michele Gentry Elizabeth: Hathcock, Marcella formation, the Cardinal Mrs. Robert McNally, Mrs.
ity College in
Washington, or that is true or not true), he's plomas from him on May 31. student officers all d seniorlih the highest llerrcra, Barbara HutchLson, said, laymen will learn to grow Ernest Ponder Mrs. Arthur
D.C. Miss Perez also the
won holding his own self In his own Father Stephen will offer leaders in Row 1, at top from academic average. Mary Alice Miller, Patricia in charity. He added: Van Essen and Mrs. John Nor.
competitive three thousand
hands. Like water. And if he Mass at 10:30: a.m. He will then left Evelyn Krazit, council Row 2: Marsha Adams, Ce O'Berry, Judith O'Leary; row "Through your retreats you ton.

dollar St four-year scholarship to| opens his fingers then he address the graduates and assembled president; Carol Stanton, Janice celia Barthle, Evelyn Brown, 4, Frances Revels, Sylvia will strive to grow in love of Alternates are Mrs. Salvatore
Orleans.Mary's at needn't hope to. find himself guests and will pre Richter, Elizabeth Xathe, Jean Burger, Linda Burkhal- Riley Suzanne Schutz, Grace Christ and love of your fellowmen Pestritto, Mrs. John Clemens

again. sent diplomas and awards to Nancy Steele senior; officers; ter, Peyton Cannon, Jean D..- Storeh, Susan SvigaK ." and Mrs. Kenneth Luckham.
The same :school awarded a 1 ,
Father Ferlita pointed the .4
out members of the class.
fifteen hundred dollar four-
| that the saint was being askedto Sister M. Carmen O.S.B. is
year talent scholarship to Mary
deny a basic truth that had principal of Holy Name Acad-
Lu Tagliarinl; and to Margaret
become part of his self.
very emy.
Schultz goes nine hundred dol. t d 1 '
1 t
"If he let this truth, said ri
lars for the three-year nursing'
Father Ferlita, "slip out of his
scholarship granted by Florida German Honor
grasp, he'd be letting his own
State to be applied at St Vin. HONG KONG (XC) The ; '1l a N s s '
F self spill out of his hands like y

water." German government gave its

1 insignia of the Order of Meritto
St. Leo Seniors The Catholic truths, he '

To be GraduatedST. Academy continued, to taught these at seniors the United an Irish-born States Catholic worker Bishops'for the 9 ii]: :

LEO THrty-nine high "enter so deeply into what relief Pauline agency MacGuire here. program i t; W R ;

r school seniors we are that if we deny them, '
are scheduledfor director in .
Hong Kong for .
I graduation }tom St. Leo we deny ourselves; to possessthem Catholic Relief ServicesNational ', .

College Preparatory School, is to possess ourselves. Catholic Welfare Conference-, (1\1 4 J, all ::- '

He called the to ,
Father Robert /elten upon girls
1 O.S.B., "
received the award from West kr # '-I: 't.j 'y-"
headmaster, said this week. do as St Thomas More had ;
German consul
I The graduate*will hear Dr. done: commit themselves to Josef Bach. :f' : :: ;

the kind of truth we live by, ; : i iU
Frederick Horrijan at their Miss MacGuire worked for ; t.: ; "
commencement lere on May in themselves."It order to.continue to possess the Irish-English Catholic committee : ; : : 1'10 ,. L

for relief abroad in Holland ""'. y s; i, t -,.., .'. '
I was because Thomas i ii.
31.He and West Germany from

Is associate; professor of' More," he concluded, "possessed 1945 until the committee was .; .. ::il ": ::

political science a the University himself that he could give dissolved in 1949. She then .t .', t r t : J .wJ i 4.,' :/ c .<

of South. \'orda in Tampa. himself to God; in seeming to joined Catholic Relief Servicesin ACADEMY OF TIIE HOLY NAMES, TAMPA, GRADUATED CLASS ON MAY 19 _

Frank La L,.. .(one 0 f the lose his life he saved it It was West Germany. She came to The class of 1963 at Academy : 19, includes, from left, row L"relei Eehavarna, Mary IMRoche cos Lala! Patricia rendino, Cheryl Stewart, Mary Ariarax .

year's seniors, har.been awarded Mary, blessed among women, :Hong Kong last July after a of the Holy Names, in foreground: (Bottom row Suzanne King, Patricia Susan Villareal, Marina Pi- Susan :Morris; mvI:

a scholarship p Case Institute possessed herself so totally in :short assignment in Central Tampa, members of whom 1. to r.) Kathy Smith, Evelyn P i c k e 11, Jeannette Gallo Sandra Romero, BcrtaIferrero. Jojce' 1.0 Cicero, Jail :Me-

of Technology. freely chosen virginity that she Africa. received diplomas on M a )" Ferlita, Francine Cannella, Peter, Patricia Harrison, iiickcn, Marie Theresa Gomez : -

Janie Martini, Zuleyma Tang; Row 3: Loretta Perez, Rose :Mary Morbach, Marie!

' Fishers' Role in Spreading Faith row 2: Marie Toland, Martha Ferlita, Margo Rodriguez"' Rothrhild, Lorraine r II /,

TYPEWRITERS Joan Ci "lamina, Barbara tricia O'Ilaver Mary LuTaRliarini Mariiiii 1'allrj.i, Kathy( :tic.Devitt -

PILING SUPPLIES Bane, Carol Coss-en, Michele Frances Alessl! Janice Ur'klilrY:

I' I, ADDING MACHIXESDuplicating ; Called Work for All by CardinalBelgium's Jenvrin, Susan: Dineen, Julia Vivien Oliva, Ann Hunter, Ann Hoeper, Franca Vettor,

I Machines Clarke, Sharon Kunkel, Fran- Caroline Setzer"' IS arb a r a Mary I'rahoclSandra Cheat-

School and College Oberton, Edwards, ham, Schultz.
Xancy Margaret
NOTRE DAME NC Leo Cardinal
SuppliesSPECIALISTS ( ) Suenens has declared here that

l j the main problem facing the (Church is "to make passive Catholics active." Catholics
= New Films
"i IN have no right, he said, "simpl y I to accept their Faith, but must give it to others." ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMESResident

OFFICE SUPPLIES Speaking at an outdoor University .
of Notre Dame convoca- ter from the Pope to the unl. be felt for perhaps a century, by Rftlrvrrd tlif Legion rftfttly" of Itrrrarj.Morally and. .fla. tlfid and day school for girls.: Grades one to twelve. Fully

The Alen-White Co. Inc. ;tion last week, the Archbishop vei>e." he said. )) Unobjectionable accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general

of Malines-Brussels said Christians The U.N. he said, is the "first The Belgian prelate urged for General PatronagePMITKIl courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy

t 103 W. IndianaAve., DcLand RE 4-0395 have a duty "to know God !step" toward peace and orderin Notre Dame students to love (MGM) Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa, Florida.

j the world, "but we must go their fellow men everywhere,
.and to make Him known, to GATIIKIUNG OF EAGLES
further." to "go wherever Providencewill
love God and to make Him (Univ-Intl.)
SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN He pictured the Pope as put you, to make a bridge FIELDU. SAINT JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
loved, to serve God and to LILIES OF THE
serene despite the monumental between and H.JSTUCl'fTIS).; ) )
BEACH man man. ; FLORIDA
make Him served. ( A.)
Resident and da1: school for girls-grades one through six. problems facing the world and TWO DAUGHTERS (Janus) Resident and Day "School for Girlx, Grades 7-12
Cardinal Suenens spoke at
Extensive grounds a hilly and picturesque region. Large swim- j his own burdens.He EustisNew Academic and commercial courses Fully accredited
the grotto of Our Lady of orally UnobjectionableFor Music! Art HramatlcT..nniH SwimmingFor
ming pool. Tenrs courts. Other sports facilities. Music, art, Lourdes on the campus after quoted Pope John as saying officers were recently AdultliI.GX""IC" further particulars address: ,Kister Ijreetre

dancing and drmatics. Conducted by the Sisters of Saint doctor recently: "Some people pre installed by the Sodality 0 f ) XT SINNER,
receiving an honorary
Joseph. For furner information apply to: Sister Directress, of laws degree from Father ;fer to complicate simple things; St. Mary of the Lakes Parish. THE (Film-Mart Inc.)

Saint Joseph Acdemy, Jensen Beach. :Theodore M. Hesburgh C.S.C., I prefer to simplify complicated They are Mrs. Howard Henry, DAV IX COURT, A (Ultra)

Notre Dame president. 1 things." prefect; Mrs. Fred Belton, vice- THE PASSIONATE THIEF HOLY NAME ACADEMYSAN

Cardinal Suenens termed prefect; Mrs. Charles Gibbs, (Ital.)
Once a hostage" slated for ANTONIO
the Second Vatican Council secretary;; and Mrs. Hans Morally Unobjectionablefor
j execution by the nazis, he was Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters';
"one of the most important Bauschlicker, treasurer. Adults and Adolescent*
cited as "a valorous fighter Resident and day school for girls Grades! nine through
I First Holy Communion was
council in history. THE GOOD SOLDIER,
and almost martyr for truth, twelve Academic and commercial courses, and private'
t, ,(.. received by 22 children, Sun-
a freedom and It Is not, he said, just a spectacular ( )
''l alive justice." the citation 1 meeting of prelates day, May 12, at St. Mary of the TUB HLAVE (MGM) classes in the fine arts are offered Extensive: : campus with
"No man ,
Lakes Church. The children private lake in a healthful location provides opportunityfor
declared, "better understandsthe from throughout the world,
received their instruction from all feports.
meaning, force and charity" }but rather a "meeting of MaitlandST.
Sister Mary Gratia R.C.D. FULLY ACCREDITEDFor
/1 I "
T Bishops with the Holy Spirit.
of John XXIII's recent
\\l'q The children and their par MARY MAGDALENA further information addressSISTER
]peace encyclical Pacem in Ter- Through the council, he said, : REGISTRAR
I ents were served breakfast in
THE .TORC Wlf THE PLOKiOA PL AsR Iii; ]ris. i the Church is conducting a change is announced regarding
COLOtAL PLAZA JORLAND the parish hall by the membersof
The Belgian Cardinal, who three-fold dialogue with her the dessert-bridge card

r t\\\\ I i spoke on the encyclical earlii i children, with her separated the procession Sodality.A .and Benedictionof party sponsored by St. Mary I Ir I IIII

with the Magdalen Altar Society. It
er at the United Nations brethren and whole the Blessed Sacrament

\ 1 headquarters in New York, world. Its greatest Impact will held Sunday afternoon at were the will be held Tuesday, May 28,

described it a* "an open let- i come after it adjourns and will Church, during which the at 12:30: in the Maitland Com III Florida'sCatholic
munity Center. Mrs. Thad
.6k Blessed Virgin Mary was
I Kurek, MI 7.2163, will take res !iI I
IA A ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident crowned with a wreath of ervations.

\ I and day school for girls, on "shore' of beautiful flowers by Miss Madeline Collegeof
There will be
.r Lake Worth. Grades! one to tuelve. Fully accredited. New Furey, a Senior of the C.Y.O. prizes.

buildings. All sport, music, art, dramatics. Directed by Little Elizabeth Bowron was Both men and women of the

f Sisters of St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar, the crown bearer. area are invited to attend.St. .
Four new members were re- Mary Magdalen Altar So-

di i ceived into the sodality by: ciety will discontinue meetingsfor

fI i Father Michael Reynolds during the months of June, July

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e Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 24, 1963

< Digging Uncovers Ruins of Historic

Documentary Evidence Found To .i h
-,.. .
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Church Where Saint Defied HereticsBy
,' Jfrx s

Show Bishop Neumann U.S. CitizenWASHINGTON r 'i ___ ;,Y \ '

% t 3Is& James I. Tucek

(NC) Documentary evidence has come to light showing that ; MILAN (NC)-"Sidewalk superintendents" can look through the cracks of a wall

Venerable, John Nepomucene Neumann C.SS.R., fourth Bishop of Philadelphia, was a 7 here and watch jackhammers uncover the scene of one of the most stirring events in I

naturalized citizen of the United States. Bishop Neumann will be beatified June 23 in Church history.
pointed of Milan, andit the Empress when the
a ceremony in Rome. He will be the first male citizen' of this nation so honored. prefect pop-
Excavations for Milan's new fell within his duties to settle ulace rallied to the Bishop's

Proof of Bishop Neumann's retary of stateV.. L. :Marcy: demptorists and from then ,p subway-which, the :Milanese: the dispute. :Much: to his support and sat it out with
citizenship exists in the formof
which accompanied the passport until 1852 traveled in many ', );: hope. will he completed within dismay, the as yet unbaptized him, singing psalms and listening
his passport certificate, date 'j.
certificate.The states giving missions and retreats the year-have uncovered the Ambrose saw the favor of the to his fiery oratory inveighing
ed October 13, 1854, and uncovered -
ruins of the Basilica of St.
letter says the Bishop i and building schools and populace fall upon himself as against her.

in the National "would be pleased to have Mf churches. He also served, in "',,. w .Y t Thecla, where Saint Ambrose Bishop of Milan. Bishop i and faithful remained -
Archives here by Father
defied the Justina
title (as Bishop: of Philadelphia Pittsburgh and Baltimore, Empress His conversion was quick in the church for days.
Michael J. Curley C.SS.R. The ) expressed. in the ;" where he 21 t 'f. and won a bloodless victoryfor
pass was rectorof the and effective, as history tells Even the soldiers sent by the
Priest said it had been believed '' n Christianity.It .
that port. .Bet mPtorist parish of St. the story, for h e became a Empress joined in. Before it
Neumann '
Bishop was a 1'
Bishop Neumann was,:'born. Alpnonsus when he was named all started in the year 374 learned and holy) Bishop. One was over, the Empress was
naturalized citizen of the U. S.
but up until this time no docu- in Prachatitz, Bohemia, on :Bishop. .of Philadelphia in 1852. M when Bishop Auxentius of of his first tasks was to restore happy to forget the whole af-

mentary evidence of the fact March 28, 1811. He came to the In Philadelphia he establish A Milan died. The deceased Bishop doctrinal unity to the Church, fair.
United States seminarianin had been an Arian, a defender which he to do
was known. The certi- as a ed the country's first diocesan attempted by ArianNm was defeated In

ficate, notarized by passport the notary 1836, was ordained the same, school system and established >, of the heretical sect decreeing a uniform orthodox Milan, and from that time' it

public for the Commonwealthof year and was assigned to work the 40 Hours devotion on a per- 'i which was also favored by the worship in all the churches in reaped!' to bet b e Imperial

Pennsylvania, provides such among German Catholics in the manent basis. He died on Janu- imperial court under the Em- his city. ("it- and became, a. it it

evidence. Niagara Falls area. ary 5, 1860. press Regent Justina. The Empress would have railed) today, Ambrosias
In 1840 he entered the Re- The Council of Xicea had
The Vatican's sacred CUr.The
Also uncovered in the archives congre- nothing of it and demanded

is an official's letter to sec- Hits Prejudice gation of rites in February condemned ArianUm.: that the Basilica of St. Thecla, ruins of the Basilica of 1

formally certified the authen- The which had then called "the new basilica," St. Thecla are now uncoveredin 'I
populace a
ROMRAY XC Valerian
of miracles attributed PETER'SWhen
ticity two lot to say about the election be reserved for the Arians. the great cathedral square
Cardinal Gracias, Archbishopof to the intercession of Bishop Venerable John Nepomucene Neumann, fourth directly in front of the present
Bombay, called caste and of Bishops in those" days, was Bishop Ambrose's answer I
family prejudice a "distressing" Neumann as a necessary step' Bishop of Philadelphia, is beatified this summer at St. hotly divided between Arians was to stage a kind of sit-down basilica. Sections of pavement \

J feature of Bombay and other toward his beatification. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City, he will be represented in and orthodox Catholics over strike within the basilica and mosaics and early Christian '

Indian dioceses. Bishop Neumann will be the art in this huge painting by a Roman, Guiseppe Ciotti. who would be the next Bishop.A dare the Empress' soldiers to tombs have been taken to the

Those who parade nationalism third U.S. citizen to be beati The painting will hang during the ceremony, while Pope :young Roman lawyer, Ambrose dislodge him. This move be- cathedral museum for preservation -

and internationalism keep fied. John XXIII beatifies the American. had recently been ap-came doubly embarrassing for as work continues on

- deep roots of unhealthy feel- the subway.
Father John A. O'Brien h Someday the' ruins may:! b*
Maynord A.;Duryeo hank M. Rye ings on the caste system and
on family prestige below the exposed to public view in the

649 2nd Ave. So. Ph" 862-6503 surface, the Cardinal said hereat Divine Origin Attracts g underground passages being

funeral of Father Frank ftl ta
ST. PETERSBURG the built for the subway. But for
Lobo, a Bombay Priest. .
ProfessorDO V the moment the only way to
University '
.... -
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'. see them Is to peek throughthe

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Service For 61 Years launching the first dio-
]realized I was missing some- 1
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1 thing.
Canada, Bishop John C. pC Cr\PEL
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n Confirmation children and the oldest made
," he said, her first Holy Communion '1 ..IJ
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Christ in the hearts of our 1 Walter :Maloney: chaplain of society. ,
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By reading the accounts of t the Catholic Church and conferred LANCASTER (NC) More than 10,000 people reciting I } 7, FLORIDA

H. Osgood Telephone conversion, ; and thus dKooverKiR upon it the authority to the rosary followed the route along which i 15

what are the credentials each: all nations. He promisedo Lancaster Martyrs were dragged to their execution dur- I
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You can get an insight into even unto the consummation of wound its way on May 12 Blessed Edmund Campion SJ., Lakeland, Florida f'hone 682-011!

some of these in the story of t:he world" (Matt. 28 20)). along the narrow streets of the and the Venerable John Woodcock I

Park Blvd. & 48th St. No. the conversion of Richard Upon the completion of the old city and past its castle to O.F.M.Announces.

Douglas Benton, a professor at (course I was received into the Low Moor, scene of execution,

Pinellas Park, Florida the University of Mississippi. Church:: and made my first Holy where Mass was offered. Synod JOHN 3. RHODK, JR.

While there to address the students (Communion on Holy Thursdayvith The procession at the castle XKW ORLEANS] (NO- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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religion was kindled by mycourses relics, including one of St. 170th anniversary of the erec- ,
in history. Thomas More, lord chancellor tion of the New Orleans see.
]Pope John XXIII has said
W Here I was confronted with of England who was beheadedby Pope Pius VI erected the diocese
a Church which stretched from t:hat drivers should observe King Henry VIII. of Louisiana and the Serving Eustis & Vicinity Sirte i l 1915
71 1 ;. UEUEEKBy highway laws to protect "that
w the days of Christ to the pres- At the "Gallows Field" at '.Floridas April 25, 1793.
rS 1 ncomparable gift of God
3 ent. It dominated the whole Low :Moor: just outside the city The last New Orleans synod

European landscape: and stood x..vhich is life." in pouring rain, protected by 'was held June 28, 1919. Zeller, Kennedy & fram/in/
out as the Mother Church of Speaking in French to doctors -
r j Imitation : attending the first congress -

Christendom.This startled. me, as Catholics of the international conference JF'UJ M IE: .&.IL. 18I JMm:

d in Virginia and in most of the of traffic medicine, the

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 21,1963 Page Sever.. ,
Pope John Other Thousands .

Our Lady Honored .

For Astronaut's NEW YORK (XC)-Richard
Successful/ ,1
Flight Cardinal CushIng, Archbishop

of Boston, preached a t a
ASTRONAUT L. Gordon Cooper, who set a United States space flight record in his a May 12 outdoor rally at Ford

capsule, was in the prayers of Catholics during his historic 22 orbits of : ham University marking the

-Tie earth.. While the Air Force major was still in orbit on May 16, Pope John XXIII t2i; H+ start of a statewide tour by a
::;aid in Rome: of the historic picture of
I "We follow them (space him of prayers for the successof (Capt.) John J, Castellani!, a 4- Our copy Lady of Czestochowa.Our ; .

flights) with prayers of bless. his mission. Priest of the Hartford diocese. LS Lady of Czestochowa is

ingWe wish them real success Two Catholic chaplains at Major Cooper, the fourth R. J ( {s i patroness of Poland. Some two
that they may be a contribution Patrick Air Force Base near American to make an orbital _4 4 > PV million people annually visit

to brotherhood and civiliza the Cape Canaveral launchingsite flight, sped around the earth $6 / 1 the Shrine of Our Lady of
I tion." offered prayers for astro- about 22 times in some 31 Czestochowa at Jasna Gora,

The Vatican City daily, naut Cooper during their hour*. Poland.

L'0 servatore Romano, had a Masses on the morning of his At times his flight attaineda The original picture of Our

front-page story on the space flight. speed of nearly 18,000; miles 4 : Lady of Czestochowa is be-
flight, plus a front-page editor. The prayers were offered, as per hour. lieved to be as much as 14

ial by editor Raimondo Manz- is customary before a space The 36-year-old astronaut, a : I Lt4 ; centuries old. The copy no\v

InL flight, by Father (Maj.) Howard Methodist, had attended services --- -- --- --- -- .- visiting the United States un-
The editorial took note of Lesch OSS.P., and Father in the First Christian CHARITIES BOARD SERVES DAYTONA BEACH: AREA der Cardinal Cushing's sponsorship .

the Pope's statement that he Church at Cocoa Beach on Sun Catholic l i Charities of Daytona Beach recently Edmond F. McKeown, Monsignor William J. Mullally was blessed February,

wa praying for the successof Palm BayST. day, May 12, three days before called a meeting with area board members; from left, P.A..V.F., pastor of St Paul parish; Father Irvine Nu- 1962, by Pope John XXIII.
the flight and also said: JOSEPHOn his flight.He Father David Port Father of Our of Lourdes back
Page, Epiphany parish, Orange; gent, pastor Lady parish; row,
achievement"In recording this new Tuesday, May 14, St. Jo- stated once that he does John J. Lenihan, diocesan executive secretary of the John VV. Callahan, Raymond J. Wise, Joseph F. Bergen, Daytona BeachPRINTING
and of the
r American nation success with the seph's Catholic Women's Club not think religion is merely bureau; Mrs. Lloyd Rensel, Mrs. Helen McGarrity, Mrs. George DoneDan, Walter F. Phelan and Frank McDonald.
held a get-acquainted coffee at something to revert to in
merit It deserves one notes the parish hall. Over 100 times of cri>is."neligion CBS-TV Program Shows
again that science Is In the women and children attended. is important in all Letter Press i Offset

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Before Major Cooper was taking." V- Faith," a documentaryon Cuban refugees and Latin- philosophy behind It. Cuban refugees. Since most 11'htle In nA7t. Beach atop at
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Alexander MacEwan was In- named Faith 7, Major Cooper ance program of the Catholic Miami area. In addition, the Florida City and St. Raphael's and related services 734 Main StreetUNEXCELLED
Canaveral, he received tele- stalled as vice-president, fillingan said, was that it "expressed his Diocese of Miami Florida will Center acts as a job-placement I camps for unaccompanied refugee from this agency."Continuation FOODAT

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Reed of Oklahoma CityTulsaand chairman, Mrs. Mac The "7" also stood for the work, Sunday, June 9, at 10:30-: of working mothers in its Catholic Welfare Bureau under narrated by the news directorof HOMEMADE PASTRIES
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Abbot Philip Berning O. Ewan, showed movies on the original seven U. S. astronauts. ( ), Ralph
and film show, part of the these services runs to about Bryan Walsh.This Renick who has received num
S.B., of St. Gregory's Abbey, in Azores and the John Glenn Major Cooper is married to
the astronaut's hometown of space flight.A the former Trudy Olson of CBS religious series, Look Up $500,000 a ;year."Continuation. program has relocated erous awards for his daily TV Italian and American Foods
Seattle. They live in Taylor and Live, is produced by CBS of Faith" some 12,000 of these childrento editorials and for the general]
Shawnee, Oklahoma, assuring discussion was held on Lake Village, about 25 miles public affairs in cooperationwith presents a thorough intestl.Ration foster homes throughoutthe excellence of WTVJ's Open 5 P.M. 'til I 11 I P.M.

two projects, making rosariesfor from Houston, Texas, and have the National Council of of the work of the United States in the past coverage. e Facilities

JACKSONVILLE'Adrertlsers missions and the new li two daughters Camala, 14, Catholic Men. Center on a busy day. three years. "Continuation of Faith" I is Banquet

brary. Miss Jean Stock, librarian and Janita, 13. Since its opening in I960, the There are interviews with But 3000 still remain, and the produced for CBS by Te Closed Mondays

announced a contest to Miami Dioces 's Spanish Catholic Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, viewer sees how they live on Holmes and for NCCM by
appreciate It St. Petersburg's Center has administered Monsignor John J. Fitzpatrickand a typical day. Richard J. Walsh and Roberl t
when mention select a name for the library.
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The New Apostles ::-:- <... t' j I

\ Mass Guide I ISl"XRY .t' '..1tf: ':,:-.

May6 School Attractive to Nomad YouthsBy ,' i j : Nt _

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Sunday aft r Ascension.. ;
(Mass of Sunday, Gloria; Glenn D. Kittler ... .
Ciccil, Preface Ascension: !' ). THE early morning sounds awoke Father Ferdinand Fent. He recognized them and .

JIOXIIAY, May 27 what they meant. "Here we go again," he said aloud. He lifted himself

St. Rede. (Mass!': of a Doctor, from his sleeping mat, then knelt and said his morning prayers. There would not be .. f

(Jloria, 2nd prayer of Pope time now for Mass. '" {r ,1 ja yp v

St. John I, Preface of Ascension them, often on a moment's was opened in 1959 at Rombe,
The morning was familiar.
). notice. Kenya a cluster of thatched-
Time and again since 1956, Father 11- ?
TL'KSDAY: May 28 The Priests realized years roofed mud-huts for classroomsand : :
Fent, a Mill Hill missionary -
St. Augustine;: of Canteibury. would pass before they might dormitories, with a nearby ? t4 M
had started a day this
(Mass of a Confessor-Bishop!' make a conversion among the pasture for the cows.
way. Assigned to the Masai,
Gloria Preface of Ascension). Masai adults. As the boys learned the & m'r ? .
the nomad tribe of East Africa, "*! .
WEDNESDAY: May 29 Father by now was used to Even when Father' Fent was lessons that would make .sfc

St. Mary Magdalene de Paz- uprooting himself and follow. eventually accepted by'a clan them leaders of their coun *; # ) ? '

vl. (Mass of a Virgin;: not a ing the tribe to its next temporary to '.the5- ,point where he could try'they' also studied the religion *! Sy. '* li *vT .

Martyr, Gloria, Preface of home."I the camp and that would make them *TS JL> *J"**V.*'V W *,5_ W tA sS ** s? BP 'TV "** J

Ascension). just wish,** he often said,, chat with, the adults, he knew men of God. w r -*] -:
THl'llSDAY, May 30 "that they would give me a that the moment he mentioned A dozen similar schools ha.esince J

Pope( St. Felix I. (:Mass of a little warning." They never did. religion they would, drift away been opened. M : .

Supreme( Pontiff, Gloria, It was surprising! : actually, from him. He could only hope Meanwhile, Father Fent con- 5fflirtr r.>< */j.* 5

Preface of Ascension' ; or that the :Masai let a Priest for better luck with the chil- tinues to wander after the YMet '' i .

Mass as on feast of Ascension travel with them. Of all Afri dren. Masai clans, serving God by .- ..-.-.-......."' .- _k_ ... _ .r'o&J---: ............ .-.- .. ...- ....- -

Gloria 2nd prayer of can tribes the Masai had Before their teens, the Masai just hanging around, but also

St. Felix, Preface of Ascension most resisted missionaries.At children were experts at tend- keeping his eyes alert for an- STATE CDA GROUP GATHERS IX ORLANDO FOR WORKSHOP I

). one time, they killed ing the herds. Father Fent began other boy and another cow to Bishop Moore High School for girls frames this pic- there on May 19 for a day-long Leadership Institute, the

FKIDAY, :May 31 missionaries who came too spending much of his timein send to school. .. ture of Florida Catholic Daughters of America who met first ever sponsored by the CDA in Florida.

: '. Mass of close Father Fent was relieved the fields with them. Like h'S Q l. >". -
Qiieenship( of \Ial') ( ; q nA; YY -r i

i feast, Gloria, 2nd prayer of that this era had passed. typical children, they asked .. .Q; :.', ,. ...,...'.....:....".;.,:: -
him what life was like when ... {1-j r \+' <'''''': '>t.' Dual Rites in Spain U. S
Otherwise ,
St. Petronilla, Creed, Preface the Masai remained ;.< .. f'1 N'. ., .. ..N ___ .
l' "
of Blessed Virgin). as they had always been he was a boy, and he told them l #

SATURDAY, June 1 through the centuries. Their about his youth back in Eng- ',iJi.H. ..(;.,:\ '''Vl.r'k z Q' To Mark Father Serra DayLOS
":' ,
Vigil of Pentecost.! (Mass of main occupation was raising land.He :.; 'J'
vigil, Gloria( Preface of Pentecost cattle. It was estimated that the talked a great deal about '"",t"$.<.. <. '.t! ., .... .. ANGELES (NC) The 250th anniversary of
tribe 100- 1 school; making school seem a "....., .: '/h
numbering perhaps
). ',....., the birth of Father Junipero Serra will be observed simul-
000 owned million far more wonderful place than .
over a headof
in Mallorca where he born and
taneously Spain, was ,
he had believed when ::'>. .
cattle. Grazing was a problem actually ': y -.---
Dedication Set h. .. in LOS Angeles
and it was for this reason he was a boy, and the Masai
CHICAGO (NO Loyola ; ( James Francis Cardinal Me- ORLANDO
that the Masai wandered from youngsters began to think thatit c

University's new Sacred Heart place to place to find fresh would be a good idea if they "- 5s ,+ 3 Intyre, Archbishop of Los Angeles
located in Lewis Towers presided at a Solemn I WINTER PARKComplete
chapel, pastures. too, could go to school.
:Mass in st. Viblana's Cathedral
on the university's downtown The Masai were not friendly. The Priest encouraged the ,

campus, was dedicated in They had little to do with other school idea by pointing out here May 21. Pest Control

honor of the late Frank J. tribes and nothing to do with that East Africa was approaching \ In Mallorca. ceremoniesill LEWISCOBBEXTERMINATING

Lewis and his wife, Julia Deal white men. The decision of the ] its hour of self- l he held May 29 to June. Present CO.

Lewis, May 14. Mill Hill Fathers to evangelizethe government. :t" ., 1u will be Mayor Samuel "or"o".ltf'tl| 19461S0

Father James F. Maguire Masai required, therefore, Wasn't it proper that some Yorty of Los Angeles and Monsignor Wllfrrd l r.-P.O. H*. !I UHrl."I.

SJ., university president, offered both courage and persistence.The Masais should be educationally Raymond J. O'Flaherty, %11.3101)

the dedication Mass, at Priests knew they would equipped to join other tribesin d pastor of St. :Monica's church,

which Mrs. Lewis, members of not be permitted to preach or political leadership? The t Santa Monicaho will represent -

the Lewis family, Loyola faculty teach or offer public Masses. time came when e'"enIasai Cardinal Mclntyre.I I Fa.

and student leaders asSisted Their instruction was simple: adults were agreeing with this. .. tdt ther Noel Moholy O"F.M., ,vice ATTARDREAL

___ "Just Father hang Fent around.was "the first of After tribes all run, why the country let the? other I"':; ff T 0. postulator Serra,in will the deliver cause an of Father address ESTATE

five missionaries to start hang- : :. : : at Palma, Malloica, May f.TnH.Ul"II.HEIt:
St. Augustine But there was a problem.The 31.
ing around the roaming Masai .i complete<< real estate, service'
Masai seldom ate solid .1" c" .: Main Franciscan observanceof
clans. Equipped with a tent, '''h ;; : : 3(113( : KDCKtfATKK: :!: : DRIVE
foods, living almost exclusively !1t.. ,J >..' .: i.. {. the Serra anniversary; will
a Mass kit and a few personal '. ; .,. ... .1" .. ; .. OltLAXlH
on milk and blood drawn from -.' h.. ,0. d,."i.,.' be Mass
.a a High concert .
ChevroletBuickSALES effects, he camped a short distance .;." ..; ": '? ,, ..". "" .,. G.4. .XH :311 7-fi.lfcl
living animals. Since the children / .... :: : .'",.,>-$.,..A;....".,.;.. ::,..."..; Z,_. June 2 at San Bernardino Convent
and SERVICE from a temporary Masai would have to live at v, i_. ;.... ',' .. .. -\.; t: :, ;;; ,:... '''';:.... .":.-;.' ''Ma _. 4 rA in Palma.

village, letting the people get mission schools, which had no CDA OFFICERS WELCOME NATIONAL LEADERState
used to seeing him. And when Father heira received adoctor
herds, how would the youngsters officer joined in Peter MrV.iy of St. Petersburg ScheMell of St. Petersburg -
Fort Marion the people packed and moved, of theology: degree: and BILL BARDOEFORD
get their traditional diet? greeting: the Catholic Daughters a past regent; Mis. regent; Mis. 'rank
he packed and moved with was a philosophy piofrssorat
Chevrolet Co. A chief solved that by sugges- of America in Orlando at Bernard Sullivan of Pensa- Strickland of Jacksonville, the Palma seminary before FACTORY DEALER

ting: "Let each boy take a cow the recent Leadership Insti- colaviceiegent; :firs Frank triMNureiMrs.! H. 11. ('U n. conning to the XetvWorld SAVE ON YOUR

123 San Marco A'e.St. Student Center to school. tute. Among those presentwere Baxter of ))uhIUIU(', Iowa, iiingliaiii of St. Petersburg l .: in 1740. NEW CAR DEAL

A M II BitS T '(NO) Thestate's The first such Masai school from the left, Mrs.' supreme viee-iegent; Mrs- Seeietary; and Mr Joseph
At Petra Iallorca June
Augustine ; Ph. f.f.'t1:101; :
:M. Kennedy of 1'en"aCilla( ,
four Bishops took 3 Mass will mark the anniversary .
Florida Catholic Told past! state regent.Prelate a ". 11\-)". v0Winter
VA W2212Budgeting part in the May 15 dedicationof Daughters of the establishment of

a Catholic student center to San Carlos Borromeo Mission, Garden i"

serve the 3000 Catholic students Condemns Carmel, California, by Father Member ?
To Show Love of Christ by Deeds
at the University of Serra on June 3, 17 70. Hu; remains St. Charles

Massachusetts here. Carolina ProgramFor are entombed at Carmel. Parish

At the invitation of Bishop ORLANDO-Fifty Cath olic Daughters of America fr om three Dioceses of the Father Serra, first presidenteof
Birth Control
V Christopher J..eldon 0 f southeastern United States gathered in Orlando on May :J 19 for a day-long Leadershipration the California Franciscan t-

Springfield, in whose diocesethe Institute, sponsored by the Florida Court with the coope; of the Supreme Court THAKLKSTOV (NT)-Bishop missions, personally estab- t 1Ln.-llWWd I

institution is situated, of the CDA. Francis F. Reh of Charleston lished nine of the missions. He "
o Catholic he said uties in Instltiite. \
people, are took part the STORAGE
Richard Cardinal Cushing, The luncheon speaker at Orlando has assailed a proposed died August 28, 1784 at Carmel.
the of missionary .
source a
d Archbishop of Boston, presided birth control in Florence L
4Ef was the director of the force which the Confra- She said that these high- program "bRACKS- '
1 and preached at a Solemn Confraternity of Christian Doc- county as being "a negative HOL'SK FOR SALK r -7. r--r- .JCONVEYORSi
aims to "harness"
ternity for lights of CDA activities were
Pontifical Mass. Bishop JamesL. trine in the Diocese of St. Au- approach to the medical 41 Xorth. Ter
the Church of Christ. In the local Hy Tnckauay
presented by regents: -
Connolly of Fall River was and family problems of our .. : "g-- riJ >u>
gustine, Father John F. Wells, early Church, he noted, whena Collecting and distributing of race. IO..hlll. .1 1M. 3 f/
the celebrant. economically depressed fellow Hdim-l bath Fla. Koornlaundry. WRITE FOR
of the Winter Park -
l pastor par
the faith he
man got spreadit. Catholic periodicals in public
? Bishop Bernard J. Flanagan ish. citizens." Central( Heat.Shaded FREE CATALOG:
We should return to that waiting rooms.
Worcester blessed the Bishop Reh sent a letter of Lotear Schools) &
In his remarks, Father Wells i concept for we are all Catholics Putting into practice the CHECK"
Buses. Sprinkler( Sj <'t'm. "eOnle Stuart
building and Bishop Weldon protest to Dr. Claude L. Murray | b
noted the presence of members> he reminded them both to the WITH
apostolate aged. Onner Tiansfeued. !S1K.OOO' _
Use Our Low Cost installed and blessed a crucifixin health director of Florence PHONE CA s..un
from Miami and Mobile-Bir Priests and people. Promoting the recitation of or best! offer. CY 5-<<11 H., 2133 East ROBINSON

its entrance. mingham Dioceses. MVou have an obligation to the rosary every Tuesday for county. Under the program Oilando. La ORLANDO FLA.
The center, located near the lectures on planned
Checking Plan He was pleased to place the; spread' the Faith," he said, over 13 years.Financing parenthood
main entrance to the campus would be given a n doral
aims of the Confraternity before Mes(pe<'lallj' when so many scholarships for
will be staffed by two chap' contraceptives would be Why not live in Monterey )1f'.ldoUl'uok Aries
You can keep an accu- Florida's CDA leaderssaying people are hunting for God"CDA ; religious to teach handicapped ?
lains. Its features include a l distributed.In We have a home designed: for jour family
rate record of your spend- 483-seat chapel and two classrooms : District Deputies and children. his letter Bishop! KrhMated
"If we mean by our faith local grand regents assisted Collecting layettes for the

ing and really keep to for 250 students. that we love Christ then we Mrs. Frank Scheidell of St. papal storerooms. "It is: certainly not an humanitarian DEMETREE BUILDERS

your budget with our must show, that love. And Petersburg in staging the Sponsoring of "Share theFaith" nor a properly 5307 Fast Colonial Drive CK 7-1922!
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Christian to the -
approach prob-
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ways and
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simple checking a
& Sons The principal guest at the lem of our economically depressed -
is through the work of the poetry contest.Contributing.
system. Kroner and flhlpp.r. Institute workshop and discus brother human beings, THOMSON
Confraternlt" to the NCCWsMadonna McKINNONIN
or t..r! Fruit and ratable sions was Mrs. Frank Baxter brothers indeed in Christ, to

St. Augustine UlMvt.E BKND rBOlJLCTB: The gigantic task of winning I of Dubuque, Iowa, who is su- Plan.Working offer them instruction in birth

for Christ the vast multitudes preme vice-regent of the CDA. for leper colonies. prevention and cheap contra- ORLANDO SINCE 1924

National Bank The nicest way to say thank of unchurched Americans, h.? In summary of the day, Making vestments and ros- ceptives. South Carolinians can Member New York Stock Exchangeand

said, is obviously beyond the Mrs. Scheidell reports that aries for the missions home hardly take pride in such a
to our advertisers is to buj r other
principal exchanges
Safety-Service power of the Priests of thE nine of the State's 10 courts and abroad. negative approach to the medical .
from them.
country. were represented and that Contributing to the supportof and family problems of CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 2-7183

The loyal, faithful, devotee 1 I two of the three
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Suenens Discloses .' p rhe Florida Catholic, Friday, May 2-1, 1963 Page Nina,

Council to Speak on Peace, : : : F :17,1, 1j Reds Surveillance Continues '

>' ". Freedom from House Arrest
War :
Other Vital .j
Issues t1 ., %f fl r \., ;. I.

I By Bill Fanning i 4 !Wh .I Given Hungarian BishopsVIENNA
NEW YORK (NC) The Second Vatican Council will r I -1.

speak out on peace and war, Leo Cardinal Suenens, Arch- > '- (NC)-Suspense was almost visible in this

-' bishop of:Malines-Brussels, Belgium, has disclosed. gateway to eastern Europe as the church-state drama was

Cardinal Suenens here to \iM heightened here by the recent report that the Hungarian

address a meeting of the U. S. have consideration, he said, is, to : ," communist regime had released five Bishops who had long
committee for the United Nations one or more Bishops meet
on the recent papal peace with newsmen daily and discuss I been under house arrest. In Budapest. Bishop Endrey

encyclical Pacem in Ten-is, said what is taking place in tJ The first four freed prelateswere rented a room in that city.

the council will deal with peace the council. ; \ / ," identified as Bishop Ber- Bishop Petery remained in

and war in a special schema on Cardinal Suenens was asked I L talan Badalik O.P., of Vesz- Hejce because he could not
vital world problems. whether Pope John had advocated -ti "" prem 72; Bishop Jozsef Peteryof find other lodging immediately,

This schema will take upsuch unilateral disarmamentin r Vac, also 72; auxiliary Bishop and Bishop Bard is at a con-

issues a 5 population, his peace encyclical. In the I : Mihaly Endrey of Eger, 57, valescent center near Buda-

hunger, race, the developing event that both sides could not and Bishop Janos Bard, apostolic pest. The present domicile of

nations, the Church and the Individual be persuaded to disarm. He administrator of the archdiocese Bishop Szabo was not known.

the Church and culture .. replied: of Kalocsa, 54. Following release of the

and the Church and social Xo. In Pope John's \Iew Bishop Petery and Bishop Bishops and Priests, premier

and economic affairs, he said both sides must disarm." Badalik reportedly were confined Janos Kadar said Hungary 13

In an Interview. The Cardinal The Belgian Cardinal spokeat in Hejce, a small villagein seeking to settle its disputes

is head of the commission length of the need for mak- northern Hungary. Bishop with the United States. lIe

drafting this schema. ing the Church's message more Bard was said to have been told the 20th Hungarian trade

Cardinal Suenens also said intelligible to the modern banished to Kerekegyhaza in union congress that "any government

he sees "no reason" why newsmen world. He said it is "always central Hungary, and Bishop in the world, Including

should not be admitted to important" that the Church express Endrey to a small village near the U.S., can count on us

at least some sessions of the itself effectively but "to I the Czechoslovak border. if they are willing to solve

council. He said the council day it is more important than -- -- 11- __ I .. .. ,- -A The reports of the Bishops'new international disputes through
Fathers are "now studying howto ever." freedom came just two talks."

make it (arrangements for "There are"so many misun. "_ L AT L "J.SARASOTA. ... SHOW.. i.OFFREDERICK- t!' .. .' ... FRANCK'S.. "........ ART.. .ON... ..COUNCIL... .....__..! ." C'OL__ days after news was published Thus the general view here
press coverage) better in the derstandings he said. "Words oarasota rnesis, 01. Leo monKS ana oinerj religious,( jonn AAlii are, irom leit, vainer Aiarun u. .n., isterlr. concerning the arrival was that communist Hungarywas

next session.; One idea under change so easily in meaning. attended the invitational showing of Frederick!Franck's Rosanna O.S.B., Sister Marie Bernard S.S.J., Father in Budapest of a Church dig making at least token

And today so many people do drawings exhibited recently at the Ringlingj :Museum. John F. Lima M.M., Episcopalian Rev. Whitcomb, Father nltary. signs of improving Church-

not understand religious affairs The sketches made by the artist at the first ({session of Thomas O.S.B., Father Innocent Clementi S.D.B. He was identified as Monsignor state relations.
Matters of religion the Second Vatican Council will be displayed \par public and Monsignor C. L. Elslander, dean of the area and Agostino Casaroli, undersecretary -

WINTER PARK must be expressed to them viewing until June 3. Viewing Franck's picture;;of,Pope pastor of St. :Martha parish, Sarasota. for extraordinary
very clearly and exactly and ecclesiastical affairs in the ORLANDO

in some detail if they are to Joe Williams ;| : Sarasota Pope Tells Parents papal secretariat of state.

FAIRVIEW understand what we are talking Monsignor Casaroli had been WINTER PARK

Cleaners & Laundry about. American INCARNATIONAt WellRearedChildren in Vienna as the Holy See's
Race Gives
Cardinal Suenens stressed League ( the sixth annual installation representative to an International -
Featuring of officers of the Ave .
that laymen must have a more consular Sanford Sewing Center
Drprndable Fabric Care conference on
active role in the Church. Fans Look Maria Guild of Incarnation AreGod'sTemples relations sponsored by the United Sales & Service
4315 Edgewater$ PP.", OrlandoMerinite "\\e must emphasize that the at Surprise TfeamsSO Church, held recently at the
Nations. Church sources 104 S. Park Ave. Sanford
lay person has not only the Sarasota Terrace Hotel, these
/ denied
neither confirmed nor
role of helping the Priest materially far the American League script has read'! more like officers were newly installed: that Monsignor Casaroli had Phone FA 2-9411

but of helping him in broad comedy than classic drama robust Mrs. Harold Lazette, president .
a parodyof VATICAN CITY (XC)-Par- to Budapest. But accord
his spiritual role, too," he said. Hamlet starring Red Skelton. { ; Mrs. Clay Kurtnacker, ents who have reared their ing to reports reaching here,

"The layman must share in Off-stage you can almost h ear a n enragdd Durante first vice-president; Mrs. Max children well can rejoice to he conferred with high officials

work@n spreading the kingdom of God shrieking: "Everybody's tryingjto( get into Bender, second vice-president; see them become temples of the of both the Church in Hungaryand Children'sClothes
and Mrs. John Jovin, parlia
-- in the World. the act." And that's the way id looks, too. mentarian.ST. Holy Spirit, Pope John XXIII the Hungarian govern Line

Did you notice who was on fop the other MARTHA said in a special Mothers' Day ment.
"SAY IT WITH OWERS"COLLEGE broadcast to Brazil. The following day it was reported Finest in ClothingFor
day? Three teams, Boston, Chicago and Monsignor Charles L. Els-
PARK Speaking in Portuguese the Imre Szabo, Girls &
t. that Bishop Boys
call -- .: Baltimore separated by mere|percentage lander V.F., planned a day of
Pope said: 61, former auxiliary of Eszter- :!ot1/ Edjewmtfr Pr. fiA 4-17JI
I FLORIST .' ., points 'and practically tied for first place. .spiritual exercises for the recent "Your mission as mothers Mindzenty's see
With one-fifth of the seasoa'' the Retreat Sunday.On .
implies a great responsibilityand -had also been released.In
I 2120 Edgewater-GA 3-5771! working script hadn't cast thee teams in another May Sunday, the a great sacrifice which you addition, reports paid, RAY MEARS
I for th. uk. of your horn. feature roles either. And the crowning of Our Lady was'held
Orlando Nits GA 2-0894 ofl/course freely assume by virtue of the about 70 of the approximately
feared New York Yankees are breathingdown on the school grounds.St. JEWELERS
holy sacrament of matrimonyfor 100 Priests in Hungarian prisons
OFFICE SUPPLIES these upstarts necks and apt to assume -' :Martha's Guild members the welfare and happinessof had been released.It orally Otrnrd and Operated fly
FINE AARITlNd DIAPERcGj4SJ their You think the gave an installation banquet at children. 1'. F. 1. SUSAN! ('ItSF.1'!
PAPERS-OFFICE }.(ItJI'MENTALL rJ\ classy leadership any day now. your was reported that the
the Sara-Bay Country Club on 31 Tears In Jewelry llutlnen
ARTISTS $UI'PLIEI4CAREFULLY : present standings funny? "Children are the joy of the released Bishops were kept
GIFTS SERVICE I striking a Barrymoresque pose Wednesday, May 15. :M r s.
Christian household, the orna-
Well, consider the Minnesota under police surveillance' and
OREETISOlC" and missing of course James Lacher, past president
SCHOOL SUPPLIES: Ni;' 2300 L ROIINJON, AYE.cvt Twins. Their group skills In ment of the family and the had not been authorized to PORTAN\\
the Southwest Coast DCCW
BRADFORDSStationers an original production entitled The Twin's leap from seventh -of hope of the nation and the return to.tbeolr sees. THE
,v mm*must' it eimnuiE ANTISEPTIC to second last season was Deanery, was the installing of Church when have been
they said
oatS LAI6MTOHV TtSTEft "The Chase" had won enormous Bishop Badalik, reports ,
Inc. ..: fbi IT tlJV*.Y:5 ooomno MULTH MAMlNCai OUPU PAILS COMfOItTS critical acclaim last sea due in no small part to two ficer. led along the ways of the good went to stay with his brother
PO'UU*ITVItO OU'ttSVOU Lather the 5C's1.Carat \
freshmen inflelteliS..JUch.R t-.1\ rs.
*hEW EASY MA&A2INC_ ; (and are) the frllit jcomplete
310 Park Ave., South son.Chasing the Yankees Is usually lins 3b, and Bernie Allen, ZtiZ[gavel to Mrs. Mary: Fritzsche, physical civic, moral and jell-
Phone MI 4-7738 422-1177 Sidelined earlier Kby a brokep president. Serving with her
futile, ;yet director ,SamMele's gious education which they Moving 7W.11 BUYING A
Winter Park, Florida troubadours had madean jaw, Rollins is now fit, whi1 .,for the coming year are Mrs. have the right to receive from OP !
Dave Sims Owner WMftft S DWIH SERVICE IMOUSm AUH. admirable effort and the Allen, 70 points below his '62 Elma Nass, Mrs. Thomas Shea, their parents." Catholic"gladly t. forward sour ntw aI4r.s.Lets .

final curtain found them In average, has joined. the empty vice-presidents; Mrs. A. K. The Pope noted that the bar both the old and tbew .
Chase Mrs. Margaret (with the namtf of the
treasurer; .ne
the runnerup spotlight. Five bats.Whether mi? ion of parents is "diffi parhh.s r*.p.ctlf*lr. It poiilblt.)
the two youngsters, Grigg recording secretary cult and requires sacrifices.* v
off. A rebooking was
dictated, with the possibility of eventually will take up where Mrs. Kathren Nieder- However; he said, "when this weight
1 artistic they left off remains to be lander, corresponding secre-mission is carried out well in
We Have Resumed Our Home Delivery Routes! even So where greater are the Twins to- seen. The big lass, obviously tary. the light of the Gospel and of JIM BLAKE 2. Cutting

has been the Killer's big bat. Father J. Normand Hardy, the teachings of the Church it OFFICE SUPPLYFUKXITURK
? Next to last. Statisticallythey
Farm Fresh Milk From Our Own Prize Winning day Holy Cross Parish, Palmetto,
have more the shabby But come what may, one ominous becomes a reason for joy for 3. Clarity

look of a carnival company weakness stands starkly was the guest speaker. parents who see their sons, OFFICE SUPPLIESMI

JERSEY cows than a Broadway smash, an revealed. The/Twins'/ benchis :Monsignor Elslander praisedthe flesh' of their flesh, become 7-2652 Color

observation\ which director much too thin If or champion- work of the Guild. He temples of the Holy Spirit who Gag ORAXGE AVE.. TV.P.
Phone CY 5-0320 CY 5.2129JERSEYJUGDAIRY pointed out that holding officein 5. Confidencein
or Mele naturally rejects. Vehe- ship purposes. abides in them by means of
church is honor
a society an
; mently. What about the Yankees? Divine Grace.
and it should be proudly ac your jeweler
exhort therefore
"We ,
And In Justice, the gentle- They lost moro than they you

man has a point. Their heavy won on the recent road trip cepted.Mrs. Louise Brown was fathers and mothers of fame GATEWAYELECTRONICS A wealth of

has been incapacitated, more or but they are onlja halfgameback ilies to be attentively vigilantfor ipltnJM
toastmaster for the
less totally, since early March evening. the innocence of :your chil- ?, brilliant.
a disturbing
Mrs. A. K. Chase was chairmanof ,,
that alwaysbe '.i $10000
when he wrenched a knee. The situation, considering the so they may ."
DINNERS TO GO Killer they call him. Or, more limited availabiliiy of Mantle the banquet.Sisters during their earthly lives, RCA Zenith Dumont ij, C / Easy Terms

Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ I 1.00 formally, Harmon Clayton and Maris. !' the mirror and living image of COLOR TV 1'1 j JJ';

Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95 Klllebrew. The present 1 home stand Ousted By God." HI-FI Phone GA 2-3652

Last season the Killer led promises to be revealing bothas SALES & SERVICE
Fish Dinner $1.00 I DiscriminatoryPolish
the league both in home runs to the Yankees"prowess and FN

4"4ai' Shrimp Dinner $1.15 and runs batted In, 48 and 126 the character of the league. Measures I I 910 ORLANDO AVE. IUI.
ItIUOtIczn NOW LOCATIONS TO SER'E.OU respectively. This season, he'sjust "It's the best balanced WINTER 9 Ave
11\\")". 17-92 Fern Park TE -.')3U getting back In the lineup. league I've seen in years," man- lioNs (XC) Government Midway 7-0489
2740 S. Bl.I Tr. Orlando CH 1-1222 authorities in Poland's major
Orange Medical report: "Improving, ager Ralph Houk has stated.If THELMA HAMMONDJACKSONVILLE
Silver Star & Pine Hills Rd. CV 3-0202 after his spring training knee health resort town of Zako- ,
Edge watt r & Lee Rd. 293-983.0 it isn't the'jbest balanced Mrs.
have seized two kinder LOMBARDI! SEAFOODS
pane A. -
Lake Barton Rd. & E. Colonial 277-6210 it is certainly the most thor Thelma Hammond died May 11
2100 French Ave. Sanford 322-9442 "You gotta get runs to win oughly scrambled. As it stands, gartens operated by Sisters in a local hospital after a WHOLESALE RETAIL
thundered direc. and dismissed all nursing Sisters -
ball games this isn't it's riot lengthy illness. Her husband,
a race. a
tor Mele quoting an immortalline from the city hospital, it : LIVE LOBSTERS -
O.C. Hammond survives.
riot. They
a laugh
-u-J -sr- from David Warfield's was reported here. OYSTERS & CLAMS IN SHELL
lived at 244 East 44th Street in
A NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERA "The Return of Peter Grimm." The German Catholic ncus, Jacksonville. d1 SHRIMP RED SNAPPER

The Twins, who have lost In Braille, \jFree agency KXA said the kindergartens Father Walter J. Bueche SERVING WINTER PARK

eight of nine. games by one CHIC.lGO-A) free copy of were supported by C.SS.R. celebrated the Requiem andORLANDO
UALL .' run, are 10th in hitting and the scriptural rosary in Braille Church gifts, and cared for a Mass in Holy Rosary Church. AREAS

: eighth in runs scored. (Grade 2)) will be sent upon request total of 1500 children of Also mourning her death are TeL W4-4782

IN .:, Only Bob Allison Earl to persons who are blind, .iO\n!.lncome families. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. FISH

-.otJI: _: --' Battey and Lenny Green have or institutions for the blind. It, said the closure was made Charles O. Saunders of Jacksonville ALWAYS! 1152 HARMON AVE. Behind Roper'sFRESH

ONE" been hitting with men on. This modern version of the way by the Zakopane city council Beach; two daughters,

Consequently, good pitchinghas the rosary was sometimes under the pretext that the Mrs. Richard Davis and Mrs.

v\ been squandered. Camilo prayed In the Middle Ages is kindergartens did not meet Harry Hawken of Memphis; FURNITURE

Pascual, who may be the best a series of scriptural quotations hygienic requirements." two sisters Mrs. Clarence Nor. 10,000 sq. ft. of Display
HOME i In the league, dropped three one for each Hall Mary bead. It was understood here that ton of Jacksonville Beach and

straight, then won four in a These quotations tell the biblical -the city government decidedto Mrs. Nathan Jones of Satsuma, COLONIAL AGE STORE
row. story of each mystery in use one of the institutionsfor and nine grandchildren. 'Truly the finest collection of Early American Furniture

PROTECTIONNationwide's Jim Perry's experience Is ten bead-by-bead; )thoughts. One a kindergarten of its own. In Central Florida

typIcaL. Recently acquired In quotation is read before pray The closings reportedly took 'WALTER MENGES 'E.Z TERMS-Trade- ins
exchange for Jack Kralick to ing each Hail Mary. Its pur- place early this year in the i. "
HOMEOWNERS : Clothier To MenThe "A little! out of the way, but so much less to pay.
popular new is to aid meditation'on of Priests.
help offset a top-heavy lef t- pose ( presence
POLICY protects your home against fire, theft, handed staff, the former Cleveland the mysteries while the Hail The dismissal of the! Sisters Finest In Men's Wear TOWN & COUNTRY FURNITURE

liability plus wind, hail and other damages. It's right-hander lost his first arys are being?recited., from the municipal hoSe 206 X. ORANGE AVE. 3610 S. Orange Ave. GA 2-6360
convenient just one company, one agent to Across From St. James
40 two starts, during which the To send for the free Braille pital was been as a parallel open 9 to 9 except Sa+urday'til 5
and %
deal with >ou can save up to
(depending on where )ou live) over buying these Twins got him a total of one edition write ,ithe non-profit action.
KNA said the Sisters had
separately. Scriptural Rosary Center, G
coxerages run."Man can not live on bread North Michigan! Avenue, ChI. been nursing at the 'hospital "Your Personal Bank"

W. J. BUNING alone," sighed director Mele, cago 2, Illinois. : since the end of World War II, .
but were denied housing or social -
212 E. Robinson St., Orlando, Florida security. It said the Sistersare t&

GA 3-1644 Patio Mart Inc. mostly living as domestic B ..

\, \\ .,' aides in the homes of Catholic : U F.t.U
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Tatra mountains about
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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 2-1, 1963 i 4e". ,', '' Four Grades

Debt to Ireland Noted at BlessingOf v To Open For

Provisional Church in ClermontContinued ,... a Z Palm BayContinued

( from Pat On)

( from Page One) and this is the place to meet son Jr., with Mrs. Robert Wallis I b1tltr J. Curley. He was Bishop

come a part of their daily the Divine Lover Who holds at the organ. :;. of this Diocese from 1914 to

lives. out to you the promise of ever- Twelve Irish Sisters of I IIIIR 1921 when he was promoted to

I n its sacred precincts, h e lasting life. Mercy were present from the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

said; it is easier to come into In'conclusion, Archbishop Daytona Beach, two Sisters The cornerstone of St Jo

the presence of God, to listento Hurley bestowed upon the of St. Joseph from Orlando '1i: f 0 seph'Church reveals that it

Him as well as to speak to Clermont congregation the pa- and these members of the was! built in 1914, the year in

Him-which is the process of pal blessing. clergy: which Father Curley became

prayer. Abbot Marion Bowman O.S.B.of Bishop: of this Diocese.
Sixteen altar boys partici-
Even for those who cannot pated at the ceremonies and St. Leo Abbey; Father It is heartening to see the

easily pray, and that's mostof Irvine Nugent and Father William parish get its school on the
assisted when Father Keane
us, prayer becomes easierin celebrated the 10 a.m. Mass.The J. O'Farrell, both Irish eve of its 50 t h anniversary,

a place like this! he said, Mass followed the blessingof native ,..who were chaplains to said Father Dolan, adding:

where we can listen with the new church.An the Archbishop; these other Development in this area

referent awe to the voice of Irish-born Priests 0 f the Di- has been rather slow. However
adult choir of two dozen, } the selection of Cape Canaveral
Father Q ,
ocese, Joseph Barry,
Cod.We serve willingly, gladly, voices sang the hymns under Father Terence J. Farrelly and as the gateway to the

those we truly love, he said, the direction of Mrs. S. B. John- Father Patrick J. O'Carroll moon has greatly increased the

who was master of ceremonies; -. pace of growth so that now

Major Cooper Caps Welcome and Father Malachy Maguire MASS ON DEDICATION DAY FOR CLER IO T1f'S NEW CHURCH Brevard County finds itself in

O.S.B. the happy but problematical

I With Prayer He Said in Orbit LiturgicalPrime Conference Stressesral Generosity WASHINGTON Praised(NO-Pope .Pontiff Prepares growing position county of being in the the fastest-United

'The in this
States. potential
John XXIII has praised highly To Ease Schedule
WASHINGTON (NC)-lie nation's most space-orbit- the generosity of the American I area is great," he said. "We are

ing astronaut climaxed a th underous welcome in the na- Paste) Nature of Worship people toward the needy of the 4 Attend Retreat small now, but we expect"to

tion's capital by reciting bef ore a jpint session of congress world, undersecretary of in- grow by leaps and bounds.
f (Continued from Par On*) The parish hall Is now being
a prayer he had offered dur-. GLENSTAL NC Le students of the Church's public worship from three terior James H. Carr has dis-
mission successfully. Help us ( ) ;:ading cheduled; to begin on' May 22. converted into classrooms and

ing his 17th orbit. in future space endeavors to countries have agreed here t hat the current liturgical renewal must: be primarily pas- closed here. But Pope John appeared at will be used temporarily until
Mr. Carr returned
The hero's mother, seated in toral. The ached at Ireland's 10th which drew recently window overlook
show the world that democracy consensus was n liturgical congress, from attending meetings with apartment the new school is built. This
a capital gallery above him, about 150 Priests to the ing St. Peter's square and will not be the first time that
really can compete and still is Father Sloyan told the meet- cultures often take to real par the food and agricultural organ-
bowed her head wiped tears told disappointed crowd often
Benedictine here. a classes will have been held in
able to do things in a big way abbey ing that the liturgy of the ticipation the Mass more ization, a specialized agency of
from her eyes, then smiled as Theme "the in thousand that "it Is still the hall it was used in past
was Liturgy the United Nations Rome. as
Church must be so clear in its readily than born Catholics. in
her son, Air Force Major Gor- and so we are able to do re- Pastoral Life." the. St. Peter's, whether inside or to take care of the over-
Among years
The U.S. official had aud-
symbolism and its words that his an
don Cooper, repeated the search, development and con- main speakers were Father : Drawing on own experience out. flow of children at the nearby
the people are fully aware of as missionary in East- ience with Pope John.
prayer."I Gerald S. head He led the recitation of school of Our Lady of
duct scientific
new programs."Be Sloyan, acting parish
the fact that not are The Pope told him that the ,.
only they
Nigeria he said that
ern con-
must take this time to saya | 'Regina Coeli" and gave his Melbourne.
with all our families. of the department of religious God but He is addressing United States has been blessed Lourdes in
verts from paganism in that
little prayer for all the people < apostolic blessing. The Pope
education at the Catholic University Father Dolan was appointed
including myself, who are Give us guidance and encour- of America, Washington them. area retain/vivid awareness of by God with great riches and ooked drawn, but spoke in administrator of St. Joseph'sParish
and let them know "Only a people of Cod, conscious their owni and the commun- that the American people have
involved in this operation, agement and president of the 1 irm voice. in December, 1961, andis
been their moral ob-
Cooper prayed."I that everything will be okay. North American Liturgical of being; addressed ity's obligation to worship fulfilling The Pope's planned retreat assisted by Father EdwardA.
conscious the One who ligations by distributing and
want to thank You especially We ask in Thy name. Amen." Conference, and Father JamesD. of God by sacrifice. He said that would" not only allow him a .
addresses them-can make because or this his first Massin sharing the country's riches
for letting me fly this period of special prayer, but
Crichton rector of the Derby.TAMPA
Cooper said that he had tape ,
he said. with needy people throughout
flight. Thank You for the priv- Church of the Holy Redeemer, adequate responses that part of West Africa would also free him from the
recorded the duringthe loveis the world he reported.
that "a ,
prayer Asserting great was a revelation. It was a
ilege of being able to be in St. Wulstan and St. Eadburgain sung jurden of audiences and routine -

this position; to be i nth i s 17th orbit. Pershore, England, and edi- not to be dealt with lightly," Mass, he *called, and the Unit Investigates 1 business.His .
wondrous place, seeing all "Gordo" Cooper and his wife tor of the English review, Father"The Sloyan speech of One: who whole congregation sang the WASHINGTON (NC) -The retreat<< was to coincide Kawalicxrvvillage i

these startling, wonderful "Liturgy." whole Common, and showed with the pre-1'entecost novena -
were welcomed at the White loves greatly is the effective Organization of AmericanStates
things that You have created. Father Crichton said that ) to the Holy Spirit to
House on May 21 by President sign of His whole self. His vividly that they understoodthe by a 13-1 vote, has authorized i
"Help guide and direct all Pope John XXIII brought out implore Christian unity,
of us that we may shape our John F. Kennedy. There wasa in his opening address to the Word must be heard clearly, sacrificial aspect 0 f the its council to inves- scheduled for the Blessed -
Euchaiist. tigate Castro-communist sub-
ins to he much better ChrIs- parade from the White ecumenical council that the and responded to in the termsin Holy Sacrament chapel of St.
version anywhere in the hem .. '
tians," he continued to pray, House to the Capitol with Church's main task is pastoral. which it is spoken." i isphere. Peter's basilica! ,:: ....

"so that we help one another thousands Father Farrell Sheridan The novena, a revival of the
wildly cheering Thus the Church must reach Knights Convene The recent vote empowersthe '
and work with one another, for
along the route, with another out to the world as it is now C.S.Sp., of Holy Spirit. Mis- council to order such in- ]line days of supplication :
rather than fighting and t recommended by Leo ,
bickering. such civic outpouring in New and to every department of it, sionary College, Dublin, indi- At Tampa in JuneFORT vestigations by its security unity]
committee in .XIII, was to begin on Ascension
"Help us to complete this York on Wednesday. he said. cated that converts from other MYERS-"How our fact-finding countries whose government even Thursday and end on the RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

members can help others in does not give permission for 'Vigil of Pentecost. MOTEL

the coming year" will be con- them. The committee could It was organized by Bishop Meslc For Dancing Nitefy By

"Our 16th Year! sidered in Tampa during the suggest measures for dealing ]Pietro Canisio van Lierde, the THE SHERMAN
first four days June, when with subversion. !Pope's vicar general for Vat HAYES ORCHESTRABREAKFAST.
\\C CA.ft Florida Knights of Columbus Brazil cast the only vote J Lean; City, in collaboration with
For sixteen years Good Counsel LUNCH DINNER
has combined of hold their convention. against the proposal. Six coun1 1 the international unitas assoiation -. BANQUET FACILITIES
Camp a group sa MJ :
trained and experienced counsel s i :N: Lawrence J. Jones, D.D.S., tries abstained-Mexico, Vene- (: and other groups working 2522 No. Dale Mabry Hwy.. U.S. 92

lore a well planned end supervised O the state deputy who lives in zuela, Chile, Bolivia, Haiti and j in behalf of Christian for information or reservation call
the Dominican Republic.A 877-5872
program of activity and a 1d NO\\ Fort theme.
Mjfrs.: set the 1 unity.
nati/ral setting of exceptional D'
lie said this week that the .r-viuunmn Rte ,
beauty In a recipe for real Catholic
Camp Life. Florida State Council's con- VATICAN CITY (NO-Pope IN TAMPA---

John XXIII has asked Giovanni ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE
mention | Its ht>ad.
The Camp Is located In the hills of v\il/have Cardinal Urbani, patriarch of
quarters, June 1,2,3 and 4, at HILLSBORO HOTELDIRECTLY
west central Florida along the shores of Lake Tsala
Venice, to serve as his special
Apopka and within the area of great springs rivers Tampa International Inn. representative at ceremonies in ACROSS THE STREET FR.OM

forest and unspoiled nature. Dr. Jones has been conferring Padua this June marking the SACRED HEART CHURCH
r 1
Wo do not try to own u- hotel. Yet every thought and with : district deputiesand 700th anniversary of the trans-

consideration Is given to the health and safety of the other Kof C officials and fer of the remains of St. An-
In the Foods and ...
camper. But real true camping experience Is the dominating ..Alraent ,they promise a good programat thony to the church built in

theme. We believe that such experience can the state convention. his honor.
Hills and Lakes
provide qualities of self-reliance and independent and and __U.... _""____ L.". -
obedience that other phases of education cannot provide. = f 4.. ( if ry tJ
Rivers of Florida A TIOM .. : ."

',. ..

a *'t( _t i. r'-:_ __v.
x f FISHING HIKING RIFLERY ;_ \ Q; w Y njn y.e.ra /

S h.a w
:a Good Counsel Camp It a veritable little city consisting of some 30 buildings .
u r r r
campers'c cabins dining hall chapel recreation pavilion handicraft lodge, rifle ;

r t. range, infirmary shower buildings canteen laundry eta, etc. All buildings or.fIb..L't /: w. Jer sa" et

: constructed of concrete block and brick heart cypress and pine.In .

addition to the 'regulars' such as swimming (we have a pool lake, river and FRONT KITCHEN, COMPLETELY FURNISHED

spring for this) riflery handicraft, archery, Good Counsel Camp offers special gyqt s
training in boating and canoeing. Long trips up to 20 to 50 miles aro offeredto

the advanced boater. Special 'safaris' via ]jeep through the great forests and

game preserve exploration trip on the. mysterious Withlacoochee. River Nyiir Icrriffc AfrJtANIC

overnight trips to Tomahawk lodge on Rainbow Springs are a few of the 'Specials'. !
i/brt y yr rEST RATE FINANCINGDelfyer
d and et-Up ,..,
WOODCRAFT SESSION This session consists of four weeks of real outdoor life
r ftmCONNOLLY r IU es
with the special emphasis placed on woodcraft water sports riflery, handicrafts

I hiking and nature study. This session is open only to boys between the ages of 8-15.

.m CATECHETICAL SESSION This session consists of two weeks of wonderful camp
,y life with the special emphasis placed on catechetical instruction. The program includes MOBILE s i HOME i SALES Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. William 12th Street The church ,
three classes each morning conducted by the Sisters. The afternoons are devoted to

water sports, handicrafts hiking and games. This session is open to both boys and girls Keane came to Clermont last serves the parish o f Cler- OCALA JWO LOCATIONS UESIUtG.Phene .

; between the ages of 8 and 15. week to be present when the mont and Catholics in South 172414*.

__ new Blessed Sacrament Lake
: STAFF County.
:1 Church was blessed. The
r RL Rev. Msgr. GM. W. Cummmgs, ... MA.
CAMP DATES & RATES 1963 CimD Director church was ,i built by one of
Rey Fr. Philip Halsteai. AB. Assistant Camp Director Father
Gail. M. Osterhout. M.D.-......... Camp Physician their Priest-sons,
SUMMER SESSION Cecile Berry, R.N. ..................... Camp Nurse Hugh V. Keane, pictured
Francis Meyers ...................... Camp Dietitian Not % McDonald's hamburger
Cerall Besiett M.A. Cisell Marivry. A.8. above with them. my i
WOODCRAFT SESSION Rilait Jul.ei A.B. Richard Mvllw, A.I.
r Sunday. June ?tti to Friday July 5th $te.n rum. A.B. Patrick Murray. A.B.CirtiJJ The Keanes are from Rose-
Uti.... A.I. Paul Hillei'jil.' AJ. the Diocese
montVestmeath in -
CATECHETICAL SESSION: South Florida Section. Vnceit Hut Michael' Mvlln ,
Sunday, July' 7th to Friday July 19th lack Retail Rillns I tile! sttskti Dallas Walters Webster of 31 eat h, and came to Ai&&

Jabs Culait William BrtoiaiPtttr Clermont for; the dedication
North Florida' Section: Truau Stetkei RickarOillt .
Sunday July 21st to Friday, August 2nd Included en the staff ere two American Red the same week that Bishop ,
Craft Water Safety 'Instructors end mere thane
,, ) 10 Senior Red Cress Life Guards; else two John Kjne arrived from Ireland f t
CAMP RATES Nattcnel' Rifle. Association Instructors plus for the Florida cere
I highly experienced Instructors: in Booting.
a WOODCRAFT SESSION Four weeks $150 monies.Mr. .

and )[rs. Keane Kayo
Two week period .... ............ $60 e: 7rsasa f eight sons; nvo are Prfwts .

L-:: \" Is received before June 1.) and a third Is studying:' for s
-.---_ .____ ._ (Discount if spphcitiM 3 ..r ,h
Special Rates if nor than one from i family attend \ the Priesthood at St. Kieran'sCoIlt'ge

,. IiK11 nynuGm in Kilkenny.The Youngsters love McDonald's Hamburgers-and you will, too They're:

____________________________________________..........__.. tOVNsetLa CA.. ,s Iaiwryd visiting dignitary at served hot off the grill on toasted bun. Everything at McDonald's is so

For Further Information and Illustrated Brochure I TApAd Clermont, Bishop Kyne, has muting so spotlessly clean come in for the tastiest food in townat
I -4 been a good friend of the Diocese prices that please!

a Clip This Coupon and Send it to: :/The NOTE Seaboard: Railroad era. of St. Augustine, send.

1 I Rev. Fr. Philip Halstead I supplies aspecial a ds ing Priests and Sisters aswt'll look for the golden arches

I coach on his Diocese in Ireland -
; from
Box 13916Gainesville t> a '
I their train the s 1

'I Florida. Phone FR 2.3533 Gainesville i s 'Silver for oil Meteor's campers, RI the to Church assist in here.the work Father of McDonald'sPage fi} 0

coming from Mi- MIAMI Keane of Clermont: is on loan

NAME ... ....... ... . 1 ami, and the lower to us from 3Ieath. .
East Coast. .
a I He recently completed the JOI"JMR t lilt Soul,. 'P.Didrrq .: jnf'' .ftrk .. SJ. ",tersbtin:
ADDRESS: ... ... . . . . .-. . . .' ,...e. :.'; INVNISSFtORAlCITY ,.
: I ." construction of the new 1'fR.; DNJ; 'RA }'OV.

/ CITY . . . ZONE . STATE ... : Blessed Sacrament Church f.argo Tampa._ sa 1I 1 t t. WJnf", 'Ita,." r 1 r .ldo. ,". Lakcb / _. ( eaJ'Wal'er

h.....-......-............................................ just off Highway 50 west, at -