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:
September 13, 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.


Subjects / Keywords:
Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier:
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01381806 ( OCLC )
ADA7571 ( NOTIS )
sn 83004577 ( LCCN )
0746-4584 ( ISSN )

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CASTELGANDOLFO (NC) Pope Paul VI has said AUGUSTINE Faithful of Cathedral parish in St Augustine attended by the

here that the pastoral efforts of the Church to meet today's hundreds the anniversary Mass celebrated outdoors by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley I

problems does not mean that the Church has changed its last Sunday morning- at the Oldest Mission in America's Oldest City the Mission of

mind about Nombre De Dios.
communism."Let .
Mission of Nombre De Dios, sion of the natives of that
no one believe that this pastoral solicitude to Father Matthew Connolly of recounted the story of Menen- province. For half a century

which the Church gives so much attention in its program XXIV, No. 46 Orlando, Florida, Friday,;Sep .13, 1963 Ten CentsAMERICA'S Jacksonville, who served sev- dez and Father Lopez, urginghis previous to the Menendez ex.
today signifies a change of judgment about the eral years as director of the
errors listeners never to forget pedition, Spanish conquista-
spread in our society and already condemned by the the spiritual heritage of St. dores had visited and exploredthe

_ Church, such as atheistic marxism, for example," he em- Augustine. province of Florida. Never

phaslzed.Pope Assisting Archbishop Hurley, before, however, had a permanent
familiarizing itself with
Paul was speaking recently new celebrant, were Father Law settlement been effected
forms, shortening the
"neutra R
to a group of Italian rence S. Cunningham and Father -there.
lizing distances" between HY
itself ,
Bishops and Priests who had ; Antonio Pons. King Philip ordered )Ie.
and souls, and acquiring a
just completed week of studyon Father' Michael V. Cannon nendez to take with him missionaries
knowledge of "new human
"Pastoral Updating." director of the Mission, led
phenomena. j so that In the
The Pontiff said that "to seekto : the congregation in givingthe
In its efforts toward updat words of the royal commission
apply careful and healing :Missa: Recitata responses
ing, the Pope continued, the "there be
remedies to a contagious and Children of Cathedral choir may religious
Church has the fullest confidence -
a kr wd tilsi
lethal disease does not mean t sang the hymns. instruction in the said land
"in the perennial application -
that one changes his opinion Father John Murphy of Ire- and the Indians can be con.
and .<
about it. It rather that productivity ." 0" r
means Gospel. he went on: : ; land, temporarily assisting at rerted to our Holy Catholic

he seeks to combat it not only "Updating is a word which : Ilj: : ; I the Cathedral parish, attendedthe Faith and to our obedience."
theoretically but also practical Mass.
ly. It means that he follows may be mistaken for giving ( One of the Priests who accompanied
\ ((4
,. .
undue honor to capricious and ... ."',>. Father Connolly began his .
1 diagnosis with therapy, that ../,0" Menendez was Father
fleeting fads But insteadit e,0. sermon by noting that Pope St.
he applies healing charity to : Francisco Lopez de Men-
: yu
t' t.-' Jt. Pius V addressed a letter to
assigns due importance to a
doctrinal condemnation. the rapid and inexorable pass .. ; .. tq Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles,
At his special audience for rez de la Frontera, Spain. He
ing of the phenomena In whichwe congratulating him on his ap-
of the fleet
the Bishops and Priests, who went as chaplain
live lives and it seeksto pointment as Governor of
had come here from Orvieto our and is the author of one of the
conform to the celebrated Florida and reminding him of
where they held their study eyewitness accounts of the ex
recommendation of the + the importance of his office for
Apostle: .7.'LMJf. aj +
week, Pope Paul said that the .rdr4 pedition.
'Make the most of your time, the service of God and the
theme of their studies has Father Lopez described vividly
because the days are evil'Ephes. honor of his country.
special application to the ecu the adventures encountered
menical council ( 5, 16)). With the royal commissionfrom
ida and his own spiritual minis.
"It Is a word, therefore, King Philip, Father Con.
he said Is of
Updating, one trations. He speaks of a hurricane
which we also adopt with nolly said, Menendez set sail
the council's chief concerns. which assailed the fleet:
pleasure as an expression of from Spain late in June, 1565.
Noting that It is a word that
... "Such the fear
the charity which wishes to ti' He said; was and apprehension
Pope John inscribed in the the and
to the timelessness of pilot
give testimony The expedition was a large
program of the council, Pope "
other sailors, Father Lopez
the ecclesiastical ministry
of one consisting in 2600 ,
Paul laid: persons
wrote, "that I exerted myselfto
therefore its mod.
and to "
not all of whom were destinedto
"When it Is applied to the
ern vitality." OLDEST CITY BEGAN WITH AN ACT OF RELIGION TIlE MASS reach Florida. Menendezwas exhort my brethren and
Church It indicates the rela.
tion between the eternal Pope Paul stated that "pas- Traditionally, the Catholics of St. Augustine partici- of the :Mass this year was Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley commissioned to settle and companions to repentance."I .

values of Christian truth toral" is another word which pate at Mass at the Oldest Mission in their city on the who was assisted at the Communion by Father Lawrence colonize the land of Florida, represented to them the

and their insertion in the WARNS, Page 8 anniversary of founding, September 8. The celebrant S. Cunningham (foreground). and to bring about the conver- passion of Our Lord Jesus
Christ, His justice and His
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dynamic reality of human
life, BO extraordinarily Sr. Cecilia'sAugust Death Loss mercy, and with so much suc-
St. Leo StU dent
changeable today ( Center Mer. cess that I passed" the night in
confessing them.

"It relative Is a word and which experimental Indicatesthe Gift of McC:) onald Fund To St. ine Conventff After many adventures the

reached Puerto
aspect of the ministry of salva expedition

tion, which has nothing more ST. LEO-Raleigh W. G reene Jr., St. Petersburg at- By a Sta Writerjr Rico, on August 10, 1565. Here,

greatly at heart than to be efficacious torney, gave the principal ad dress at the dedication of thet ST. AUGUSTINE-Sist< Cecilia is dead. With her Father Lopez was offered a

and which sees how William P. :McDonald Studenl Center at St. Leo College on passing goes an "age" whichin one might say she dominated comfortable chaplaincy, but he

much Its efficacy is condition- September 8 at 3:30 her way, in old St. Augus- refused it, since, In his own
ed by the cultural, moral and p.m. tive officer of the William P. .r 9d + '. building housing her classroomand words, he "wanted to see if, by
Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley ,, tine.When the motherhouse. personal benefit for
social state of the souls to McDonald Corporation, Lakeland yp pta the young Priest from refusing a
which it is. directed." officiated at the dedication.A Fla..He was president and Limerick Father David 0 Members of Sister Cecilia's the love of Jesus, He would not

The Pope described the word graduate of th e l945.class director of the Florida Crushed Shea laid to final-rest last ;classes, had a way of keeping! grant me a greater, since it is

updating" as demonstratingthe of St. Leo Preparatory School, Stone Company, Ocala, a director Yr Saturday the beloved old Dub- SR. CECILIA'S, Page 8 HISTORY, Page 8eenan
Mr. Greene the sub.
Church'sconcern for doing of the Federation Bank and lin-born Sister of St. Joseph,
ject of "Private Colleges and
away with outmoded practices, Trust and the Lumber Mutual whole generations of the St.
Private Enterprise. He is vice- Casualty of New York City. He Augustine citizens could sigh Archbishop H< Namedter
and counselof
president general
developed Blltmore Park and with sadness and "Sister
Orlando GetsCentral.Rqlly the First Federal Savingsand South Florida Avenue Heights, Cecilia taught me in the third
Loan Association of St. Lakeland housing projects.He *k grade." To WestminsVATICAN ; DioceseArchbishop
Petersburg, chairman of the
was a generous Thirty years ago, more or
Florida Council of 100 and the of St. Joseph's Academy, less, Sister Mary Cecilia's CITY (NC) -. John Heenan of

St. Petersburg Auditorium Authority Lakeland, and was a previous school room was located at the Liverpool has been named Ar
Holy Name and a member of the benefactor of St. Leo in the corner of St. George and Bridge ceeding the late William Cardinal: Godfrey who died in
Suncoasters and the Board of
Page Streets. January.
ORLANDOOn Holy Name Governors of the Florida Bar : Then, for a dozen years Archbishop Heenan's statements get to their desks just on tin

Sunday this month, area par Association. Priests Be ____ and more, third grade boys on education, family and and leave. soon as potsibl
Mrs. Robert Hill Bolling, to Replies to this criticism by
: the
ishes heard announcement of and girls marched in and out struggle against communism
trustee of the William P. McDonald of that have wide teachers in the magazine's next
the Holy Name rally which ground floor room, won attention.His
Charitable Trust, presented On Retreat issue were equally frank.
will be held In Orlando on Sun T wave after wave of them. audiences have included
the keys to Abbot Hyde Park hecklers, and he has Archbishop Heenan told
day, September 29. Alfonso A. They learned their letters
Aliberti of Orjando is presidentof Marion Bowman O.S.B., chancellor Next WeekST. and numbers and religious lessons debated with H. G. Wells. unionists at a May Day Mass

the Central Deanery of Holy of the college. rA from a nun short in stature The prelate, 58, was born In that he hoped Britain would

Name Societies. The student center was made AUGUSTINE Father and big of heart. London ordained at 25 and con :.never have a separate Catholic

Father Terence J. Farrellj', possible by a donation from the Irvine Nugent, chancellor, has Day pupils those youngsters secrated as Bishop of Leeds by trade union organization. He

deanery- moderator, has state William P. McDonald Charitable notified the Priests of the Dio- who resided in the Ancient Archbishop Godfrey in March, ,also told the workers that Pope

ed the theme for the rally: Trust. The center houses cese of St. Augustine regarding City joined the boarders 1951. He became head of the ,,John XXIII had not become

"The Ionian {spreadingthe the cafeteria and dining room, plans for their annual retreat. in heaping affection upon Liverpool archdiocese in May, "soft on communism" in suggesting

Faith. campus and book stores, student The Priests will arrive in Sister Cecilia. As the years 1957, succeeding Archbishop ,i that it was now timeto

Monsignor Harold F. Jordan service offices, social St. Augustine at 6 p.m. on passed, they would sometimes Godfrey where he was the talk to communists and

and members of his Holy Name lounges, barber shop, snack September 16 In time for dinner CATHOLIC ORIGINS REMEMBERED come: back to see her, bearing spiritual leader of about 500 :learn if useful agreements
bar, and the U. S. Post Officeof A_n.", _A_. 000 Catholics.The could be reached.
Society in Good Shepherd at the Ponce de Leon .n.UUL er cross was gifts little china lambs, kit. <

parish will welcome the the town of St. Leo. Motor Lodge. The retreat ried on September 8, 1565, West Coast Men Lens]: or dogs, or other toys for Westminister archdiocese Earlier this year, the Archbishop -

crowds anticipated at the fall Participating in the ground there will close on Friday, for the first procession before .Sister to add to the growing which includes much of bluntly accused com
breaking ceremonies on March *collection of mementoes. These London, has about 450,000 munist shop stewards in
rally. Registration will take September"0.
Mass at the Oldest Mis Plan Area Meeting
place before Mass which is 4, 1962, were Mrs. Robert Hill While the parish Priests are whatnots decorated a mantelpiece Catholics. Britain of trying' to disruptthe

scheduled at 9:15: a.m. in Good Bolling, the late John P. on retreat, it is stated, sick sion. St. Augustine citizens ST. PETERSBURG Monsignor ] that stood behind the Recently Archbishop Heenan country's industry.The .

Shepherd Church. Kearns, and Thomas W. Bryant calls will be covered during last Sunday morning watch. James J. Meehan ,,and quat; Iron-stove used to heat in offered Catholics eight rules prelate inherited plans

Monsignor Jordan, diocesan executors and trustees of their absence by other Priests. ed as the crossbearer marked the Name of St. Jude earlier? days. for fostering Christian unity. J for a massive cathedral when
moderator, joins Father Far- the Trust. Arrangements for such cover the procession of ministers! Holy men Her pupils remember that The gist of them was to be 1 he came to Liverpool, but he

relly in urging representative Mr. McDonald was one of the age in the parishes have been to the outdoor altar for the Church here will be hosts on
attendance at the rally in Orlando original directors of Florida made by the Priests who are anniversary of the historic November 17 to area delegates numb" and a way with pets. and honest about the ex- on the building of

late in September. Citrus Mutual and chief execu- deans. Mass of founding. at the Holy Name rally. In the mid-1940s, for example isting differences. s schools.

-'-- P't..1c.i i iT!, i[ _-: .... .,,!5 John J. Savage, president of a collie, "Prince," who This summer he told Eng Archbishop Heenan Is to be
rt ,|the' HN West Coast deanery of guarded the school grounds at land's Catholic teachers in their enthroned! September 24, in

men, is in the process of ari light, was frequently at Sis- professional magazine that Westminster\ Cathedral. Officiating -
a'' rangingprogram. details for the rally er's side as she supervised the there were too many for whom i will be Archbishop Francis -

< Monsignor Meehan planting of poppies or other teaching was "just a job," who : Grimshaw of Birmingham,

| has stated that the Mass would plants in front of the shrine have given up reading and who 1 England.:

be offered at 12:30 o'clock noon tin o Our Lady of Lourdes .

t 9 R the St. Jude Church. ha little shrine between the

t'f Official

: ,

I %k s1t4 Diocese of St. Augustine

St Augustine, Florida

); .!, : c'L The Chancery announces the following appoint-
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.) :
J' I
l'1<< ,. ., s
d J The Rer. Father Charles W. Spellman Pastor, Churchof

'd_ (. 4 *" ,l Our Saviour Parish, Cocoa Beach

'.$ .. -'IIfYi-v.. \ CONGRESS _
The Rer. Father
;..tI Patrick J. O'CarroII Administrator,
pt '1 St. Mary Parish, RockledgeThe

: ,
jL ,6 *'" w> '._ .. R T. Father Peter C. Dolan Administrator, Oar
W. A : I Lady of Lourdes Parish, Melbourne

JiftJ I The Rev. Father Daniel B. Logan Assistant Pastor, St.
'ii -I LT : I Paul Parish, Jacksonville

g !1 1i tft", # I The R r. Father John Bluett, Assistant Pastor, fit.

PILGRIMS ANTICIPATE 400TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION AT DfA53Townspeople Charles Parish, Orlando, and to the teaching staff
of Bishop Moore School
and out-of-town pilgrims joined in the grounds of the Oldest Mission at St Augustine High I

traditional, September 8 Mass offered outdoors on the the Mission of Nombre De Dios. .f} S. t, ? df : S :

to D' \ / y

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cag S..: O.Ine. : : Honda C.I atholic, Friday, sept. 13, 19>3 w -

.i ST. G f S I ALL SAINTS H03IE ...:
FLriclaOrlando ReportsSt. Mrs. Robert 0. McGill. general -

chairman of
I a benefit
J event for All Saints Home in
aa f +
C. Craig Petersburg __ Jacksonville this month. In. ,.
vites all Interested in aidingthe
Contractor and Distributorfor ST. ANDREW HOLY FAMILY I. Catholic Charities programto

Recently a listing of adver. This past week, Holy FamilyWomen's attend. There will\ be a card
Metal Ceramic
tisers in the Greater Orlando I Guild inaugurated a I party and entertainment at the

and Mosaic Tiles area was mailed to Orlando bowling league schedule. The is. _, ; party September 25 at 8 p.m.

9l7-94th St. So 347-4101 subscribers of the paper. The invitation is issued to join the Ma in the Jacksonville Garden

Mass schedule listed for SL An. group by calling Mrs. Anthony S Center.

drew on that mimeographedsheet I I Gurch at 527.3201 or 5266637. {

MUMFORDKefrljrrratloB was in error Priests o f; The officers of the fall leagueare AJ r Jacksonville
: :
Air Conditioning the parish have reported. The : Mrs. Bernard Calvert president i

heat Pump K..rvle Masses on Sundays at St. An. Mrs. Mario Gatto, Mrs.I Beach \,.. ,

t Good'In-U SU Appliances South drew's in Pine Hills are offered I l Gurch and'Mrs.. Robert Kayjor. I ST. PAULSt.

Phon.. at 6:3Q.: 8, 9.30: 11 and 12:1;i The' Women's Guild will I' JL 4t Paul's Guild members ata
Day 1III&IU1Ue 88.3151FLORISTGREENHOUSES o'clock.A sponsor a moonlight cruise on \
_it meeting in the cafetorium onMonday
parish mission has been ar. the Florida Queen on October Y ; CT'I J
September 9, at 8
ranged by Father William G,. 5. Donations are $1.50 per per- _; mL :; ____ o'clock, met these officers of
Neidert C.PP.S., pastor. WithFather l son. The boat leaves at 7:30: 4 -v I the organization:
and docks at Bahia Beach __
Cyril J. Kennedy p.m.
__ Mrs Dan Stouter president
C.PP.S.: assistant pastor he for several hours, where there Mrs. Edward Barbarito and

will welcome fellow Precious; is a restaurant a picnic area, Mrs. John Hardebeck, vice-
Blood Fathers Father Charles dancing and swimming. For
!IIO LaVetlew Are. So. presidents; Mrs. Joseph McCarthy
\\'E1HK t'LOWERS8G..2136 McKoy and Father Robert; more information on the bene-
treasurer, Mrs. Thomas
Hunt. to the parish this monthto fit boatride call Mrs. Marie | Dula
ST. PKTKRSnURO z'I ..__ _. ___, .. corresponding secretaryand
conduct the mission. Lyons at 5266869. "- n m x. _, ,,.... ..." Mrs. James Messinese, re-

I Father McKoy, of Falls PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG' MELBOURNE PARISH cording secretary.

' HEINZEN Church and Father Hunt of area youngsters in fifth grade at principal and superior, Sister Kathleen Marie O.P., in Plans have been made for the

f Ohio, are members of the so- wil School in Melbourne join the the salute to the flag. fifth annual benefit on October

k ciety whch has headquarters i in coffee" --' 19 which will include a buffet

HEI! Dayton. They will give the at 8 Tallahassee Daytona BeachOUR dinner and entertainment in

SERVICE II, mission in St. Andrew Church ium. in. BLESSED SACRAMENT Plant CityTo the School Cafetorium.
here, September 15 to 29, Father Barry LADY OF LOURDES
1 VRKK TICHUr i DKI.IVKKY: Neidert states.MORNING vited apes Father Patrick M. Madden, Our
Lady of Lourdes'Voman's
Welcome/ ,
31th. St. A Iftlh .he. So.!! ,I pastor, has welcomed back to
J'bop.. 1ofl:88 STARProspective Tallahassee university stu Club will sponsor a ST. PETERSBURG
RiH CKUKV: STAMPS 26 at 8 sale
,til St. & Iflth Are So. members are invited e dents. Speaking at a meeting of DCCW Unit rummage September 12 to
phone 806-4133 torium. \ 14 at 212 South Beach Street.
to attend the membershipcoffee the the students, first of the academic -

next week for the\ T Sep, year, on September 8, he PLAINT CITY The fall l for If you wish a worthy place Flowers for Every OccasionInman1s
The announced two spiritual meeting of the West Coast surplus trinkets, jewelry,
l Morning Star School Auxiliary.The pro-
PATRONIZE THESEADVERTISERS event, September 17 from will spon grams: ((1)) several days of Deanery Women's Council J l hold garments furniture or house FlowersBonded
supper recollection for the Catholics board will take place Thursday gadgets, phone for pickupservice
will take at
11 to 1 p.m., place Florist
[ Mrs. Gene Petrucciani
l the home of Mrs. Edward H. urday : attending universities in the September 19, at 10 a.m. at the: Telegraph Delivery

f WHO SUPPORT Hurt, 1211 College Point, Winter p.m. in ; will area; ((2)) depth instructions in Leisure House of the Tampa I: 255-3255 CL 2-0256.: or Mrs. Joseph Kroll, 3931 Central Ave. 862-3661)

Park. All parishes in the 43rd of the Faith each Wednesday Electric Company located at

1'OUR CATHOLIC PAPER: area are expected to have representatives $1.i0. J the night, given by Father NormanG. the east end of the building at: Winter Park

at the coffee hours; j He Balthazar for Catholic students -303: W. Haines Street Plant Op.n 7 O.yr9t

t donations are a dollar.K ed in and Blessed Sacrament City. Hostesses will be the St. ST. MARGARET MARY

ENJOY, AUTOMATIC Bunson ; parishioners who would like Clement's Altar Society members Every woman in the parishIs = 'RESTAURA TT

OFC Mayer ; deeper insights into their religious of Plant City. warmly urged to attend theo IOkY
"KeepFilled"DELIVERY }
Knights of Columbus Council uel faith. The invitation is extended teach I annual "get-acquainted" coffee o NCR IGA aoS0 -

5150 plans a benefit spaghetti Father Thomas G. Moore pre. Affiliation President and 1 which will be an event of S DIN D CpdL1 hT

r Phone: dinner on Sunday Sept. ( ) sented the Newman Club officers to her officers who will be future Thursday September 19, from aott ."
' ember 15. It will be served at at Florida State Universe leaders. 7.9 the li.lHttt,
St. Pete 898-1111 nrJ}<; States.'I p m. at University Club. DI.s >,%
j Clearwater-446.8314 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. in St. James ity. They are: The program is as follows:: Old friends will meet and ..HIM MAXIMO MOORING 1
'V 4801 37 St. S. Twa at U A,,.!
School cafeteria. vited' Bill Peterson, president; 10 am., coffee; 10.30: a.m., new parish members will havean

Tickets may be obtained' at ; George LaMaze, :Miss Janet business meeting; and 11 a.m., opportunity to hear of the
i the door $1.25: for adults and : ] institute.
1 ; Becker, John Hannigan, vice- leadership worth-while program under
1i 75 cents for children under 12. I, presidents Officers state:
i OLDEST and LARGESTIN in the ; Tony Krapf, treasurer Guild sponsorship.Plans .
PINELLAS John Hage is council grand Meza I, be ; and Miss Anne Ziegler Remember: those of us elect- for the event of the 5 .

knight. organ. ] corresponding secretary. A club ed to positions of responsibilityhave Catholic Ladies' Guild were

Miss j publication is edited by :Miss an obligation to do our made last week at Mrs. Clar-

l St. Jude'sDISSTON bership Barbie Conlin also introducedat best to gain knowledge of ence Braungart's home. New INTEREST

the meeting. NCCW and diocesan aims and i officers and board members at

II DRUGSFirst the These officers greeted guests purposes, and to bring this tended. Committee for the cof

Federal Shopping Center W'A ( earlier in the day at the annual knowledge to our affiliations. fee in mid-September is Mrs. CATHOLICa

347-4141 Free Delivery Thomas open house for new and returning Wayne Luckock :Mrs. William
870-49th No. Petersburg; :, Florida at Catholic students at the MaitlandST. Hughes and Mrs. Armand Ba-

S&II Green Stamps Double for Prescriptions Geneva ; : is FSU Catholic Student Center. MARY IUAGDALEN rone. SchoolBONDS
IJniversity President and Mrs.
eign Women of the parish are invited '
] New
M Gordon Blackwell many facul-
to join members of the
ty members and 200 students
over -
Altar Society and Guild at
l; -10B AN 140\EST DEAL' CALL O': EAL" for - - -
attended the event sponsored -Mass and Communion on Sunday 000007eUa33&t.

'rrteal1 ZYevi1e @ nl"l: NCWC 1 by Blessed SacramentWomen's September 15, at 8:30: a.m. DANIEL T. WINTER &: CO.
& ffJes d be Guild. The organization will sponsor 403 Florida The.tro'sanding
fective St.! rettribon 1.11*.Ph. 861OIItXAMB
these fall events: white

SERVING r\L't riXELLAS G. PHILLIP COUNTY' Pr OVER*"Ment 25 TEARS eign elephant and rummage sale, : ....<..*...**:., ...........

SCSI }'alrrl ld A TO. tio. M. IXersburr Telephone A52-!1S sible 1 or in I TNewFilmsMorally I October 4-5 at the Super Value Petersburg ADDRESS ....................u.cuTr. .

and UnobjectionableFor Store on Route 436; card partyat ........... STATE.......
Mount Vernon Lodge at 8 4645 9th Street, North r.c.
leaders the General Patronage
HOLIDAY COUNTRY CLUBPar p.m., October 25 to which men
and women are invited as patrons .

3 Golf Course ; and a spaghetti dinnerat

I Block North of Tyrone Blvd. on 66th St. N. f S a t S. S ..yX Camp San Pedro on Saturday tttt

(Near Crossroads Shopping Center) 1 November 23 at 1 p.m.
S +
9 HOLES .. $1.00 ALL DAY $1.50 Sister :Mary Ignatius of the
School Sisters of Notre Dame i

pronounced her first vows on
t oa
July 27. Profession ceremonies OPE.'l SAT.
r AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK for 40 Sisters were held at the t to 12 1'OON

motherhouse of the Eastern Phone !8T.! PETERSBURG BEACH
Of South Pasadena
J* Province in Baltimore. 7Sh Ave. A Gulf Bird TRUST
I'f4 1CO-35S1 Tour Account Imared by F.D.I.C. SEKVICH
Offers You Low Payments For
It'I A graduate of Bishop Moore

A F I High School she will resume
i- her studies this year at the Eugene Mueller's
New Car College of Notre Dame of Mary-

Example: To Finance $2,000 land.Her Cameo Dining Room
4 e*e' I brother Brother Philip l.xrrllrnt;
only $63.27 month includes all costs .
Per Superb Serte.EDWARD
\ Rory of the Brothers of the

Call or Visit JOHN D. ADAMS j Christian Schools also pronounced JAMES HOTEL

k his first vows on September Delirious Charcoal gf afeocl, Chops and
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ORLANDO CLUB WELCOMES SISTERS TO PARISH 2 at Ammendale Nor- dlantr Charcoal aadLEE ChickenDrlirloee KEIMAX, rite

Martin J. Roess, Chairman A warm welcome was given to the Sisters of St. Francis last week by members of mal Institute, Eeltsville, Mary Brild Steaks

1057 Pasadena Ave. Phone 347-1161 St. Vianney parish Woman's Club in Orlando; from left, Sister Ann Rosaire Sister land. 11750 Gulf Ulid-Treasure. Island 361-8261

Josita, Sister Thomasine, Sister Euthalia,Mrs. Robert Kepp, :Mrs. Wally Benke, Mrs. Both religious are former
members of St. :Mary Magdalen
.. Matthew Draskovich and :Mrs. George LeMieux.
For Clubs parish.

Cost Free Checking

For Holy ,NameTAti Coming Events

Breakfast .. Accounts
This column II... future BeftU: special m.*.I.l f. ..* CTCBU .f more lvAnorru
thaw local UUrett. Adrant notU .( regular will b. emitted.. Available
r For Church
le Auxiliary, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Rummage sale October !-t, of 5t.rnlntula
GatheringsWUferDONUT mls- Buffet dinner, entertainment
St. Andrew parish home of Mrs. Edward H. Sacred Heart parish, New Accounts May Be
Orlan- St. Paul school cafe-
fion 15-29
September ,
Hurt, Winter Park. Smyrna Beach, sponsor.
Can . do. torinm Jacksonville Beach Opened By Mail
Bazaar, October 5, 4 to
Diocesan rriests retreat' supper card party, October 19; St. Paul Guild
and October 6, 1 to 8p.m.
Transfiguration social
September 16-_0, SL Angus- school sponsor. THE NATIONAL BANKOF
grounds, HolyRoi3l'r
tine. St. Petersburg, September 21, DCCW meeting, Orlando
L30 parish, Jacksonville. ST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA
Spaghetti dinner, K of c- p.m.Forty Central Deanery, October 22,
Hours devotion, Moonlight cruise Florida 1000 TYRONE BLVD. & 9th AVENUE NORTH
or Just drop in anytime sponsored benefit, St. James 22-24, St. Michael Queen 750 p.m. October 5; DeLand. Member F.DJ.C.
Pasadena Ave.. 341-7041 34th St- 898-4343 Cafeteria, Orlando September Card party 31t"ernon
Church, Fernandina Beach. dock for entertainment, food, GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANK
15, 1-6 p.m. Lodge, Winter Park, October
at Bahia Beach Holy FamilyWomen's
; '
Coffee, Morning Star School Card party, entertainment' 25, 8 pjn; Maitland parish
Guild St.
benefit All Saints Home forAged benefit.
.. ,' Jacksonville, Garden Holy Name 'Society Con-
h White elephant and rummage
Center, September 25, 8 p.m. Tendon, October 25-27, St. KINGE1SHRESTAURANT
Jackson's sale, October 4-5, Super
Holy Xame Society Rally, Value Store, Altamonte Paul parish, Jacksonville.
f &: Men'sClinic Central' Florida Peanery Diocesan Eucharistic Congress
Springs; St. Mary Magdalen
Miner September 29, 8, Good Altar Society and Guild. October 27, Jackson

Shepherd parish, Orlando. ville.
Vitality Weyenberg DCCW meeting, St. Augustine _
Rummage sale, October 29,
Name 0
i: YaurFuu St'rvcce "3 L1HX ntiT* Cushioned Bellaires Augustine Holy Society Deanery;Rally September Deanery, October 8, Tal Blessed Trinity Women'sClub SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST

(bpnlrlenCit f Bank lahassee. St. Petersburg,
> 641 Central Ave. 862-1355 29, 8:30 ajnn St. Paul SouthwestCoast sponsor
DCCW meeting, Fall Golden Fried Boiled
parish, Jocksonrille. deanery rally or Shrimp
R.MV M.tyb a.a. Bradenton.Deanery Coast, St. Jude Church, St. Succulent Scallops
W.YO N an.aansq 5.f$.7 Wtl[raly7ri Petersburg, November 17,
ndsbip yon tag bank enl' Card party Bishop Kenny 1230 p.m. Mass.Spaghetti .. Luscious Lobsters
Fowler & Payor Inc. School Jacksonville,
High .
October 16 8 p.m; Blessed San Pedro, November 23, 1 SERVED OCEAN FRESH

. General Insurance .. Trinity parish benefit. pjn., benefit )Maitland parish. HUSHPUPPIES AXD ROLLS -. 1 t..

DCCW meeting, West Coast Card party, December 6, Chicken and SteaksAt
TIM S..i.sis tlh tl.rt!(m.U) M..he M.rsl Lgr..n t.r.SMt 121 Ninth Street, North 896-8131 St. Petersburg Deanery, October 17, Dun- St. Teresa parish Titusville; -
Famous Johns Pass
Woman's Club
I sponsor.
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. Th'e New Apostles i. 'I> The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 18, 19GB Page Three I

I Sea Rescue Edifies MissionersGlenn ,. Pope Writes \Mass Guide r'

: Of Imitating
D. Kittler : SUNDAY, September IS

Korean winter has been had frozen 15th Sunday after Pentecost.
THE unusually severe. Heavy snows turning
Saint's LifeCASTELGANDOLFO (Mass of Sunday, Gloria, tad
mountain roads into ice. Travel
ribbons of was difficult; in some areas it was
_u_ Prayer of the Seven Sorrows

unpossiDie.On \Vhite mountains over the centuries, been farmers at home but here, (XC)- of the Blessed Virgin Mary,

the Yellow Feather Island, in filling the beach and lining the because of the rocky soil, had Pope Paul VI has marked the Creed, Preface of Trinity.)
Sea, the Maryknoll *
floor far out into turned \ third centenary of the death of 'MONDAY September 16
Fathers sea deep to oyster fishing. They 1 ; ': ,
found themselves win :
ter-locked. water.,Only a skillful navigator were poor, hard-working, and Saint Joseph of Cupertino withan Sts. Cornelius and Cyprian.
Father Donald
A.: could make his way to shore the high point of their lives autograph letter to Father (Mass of Several Martyrs

Dintinger refused to surrenderto with any confidence. seemed to be the missionary'svisits. Basil Heiser O.F.M, Conv.. Gloria, :nd Prayer of Sts.
On the elements.far side of,the island l One cold morning, Father Looking ahead, Father -- I United States born minister Euphemia and Companions,

Dentinger and Sister Kim en could see they had sighted the general of the Conventual Common Preface.)
was Jagged Rock Village., -
where : tered a small boat and, its out. boat and were coming down to Franciscans. I TUESDAY, September 17

from 200 Catholic refugees: board motor puttering, made the beach to greet him. : After pointing out the great (Mass of preceding Sunday

I month'North had Korea had settledA since: their way around the island, Fifteen )'ardsou4 the surf ." :': : 'Z; :.i : spirituality of the Saint acquired 2nd Prayer of Impression of
passed ,
hugging the shore. At last the despite his lack of Intellectual Francis Com-
Father had : lifted the boat high, settledit Stigmata of St. ,
visited his
people;; ..
talents the said
:: village cove came into view Pope Preface Impressionof
retreatedand mon ; or
t he did not want them to atop a huge rock .. '
go any 1 ...... that talents lose their Importance -
longer without the sacraments. and they headed into it. left it perched there. .. Stigmata of St. Francis,

Twice the Priest tried to I The. Priest was thinking Stunned, Father said "Looks ...... tI' ,,'- in a Priest when they are Gloria. Common Preface.)
about the refugees. They had compared with his ability to 18St.
drive to the village; twice he. like we're stuck here. Sister, 'AS NEVER BEFORE., HOLY. NAME MEN NOW HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY, perform a fruitful ministry. ,
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was driven back. With him was Values until the tide comes in." "As never before, the Holy her 5. Over 50 parish members Richard Furbush, secretary; "This Ron of Saint Francisof Joseph of Ember Cupertino.2nd-
Teaching at the day
Sister Kim, a Korean nun who The people on shore saw Name men now have an op: enjoyed the supper meeting. Officers and Paul Reinig, vice-president. Assisi," he said, "worthyof of .

taught catechism in the village'Seen Essential what happened, they consulted portunity to bring the Faith to seated, from left, were Monsignor Charles A. Bartok, every veneration shows Prayer of St. Joseph Preface.Cupertino ) -

and she said: "Maybe we won't: together, and Father perceived many." James McAulif, vicepresidentof St., Charles pastor, and George Priests how to make their I Common

j be able to get through until the Religious i i Task what they planned to do. He Father Bernard J.,McFadden the diocesan Union; Alfonso Baumeister, marshal are not ministry fruitful and pleasingto THURSDAY, September' 19
Januarius Compan
thaw, Father." called: "No, no, stay there.Don't vice-president of Bishop Moore Aliberti, president of the Cen: pictured. God and men. Sts. and
J1XJA. Uganda (XC The ions. Mass of Several Martyrs
) (
'Ve can't wait that long" come into the water. It'stoo High School- Orlando, thus addressed tral Florida deanery; Bernard Father McFadden urged "When there are other giftsof

I the Priest said. "Would you be. dean of Uganda's state collegehas cold. You'll freeze to the St. Charles parish Burch, treasurer, ; Kap Winslow, the men to participate in the the spirit, they should not Gloria, Common Pref.

I willing to try it by boat?" said here that the teach. death" Holy Name men on Septem. president of the parish Society; renewal- f.Faith efforts inaugurated be neglected but should be ace.)
4 ing of true values is essentiallya the Priest's orders FRIDAY, September' 20 _
It would be a dangerous Ignoring by the ecumenical searched out with every effort
religious task. .. Eustace and Companion
trip. The wintry sea would several men entered the icy council. but these and lose
f pale wholly
Father John A\ O'Brien 2nd
Ember Day
Speaking at the 16th annual Mass of !
water. It was waist-deep on
surely be rough but the Recently returned from their importance if comparedwith
conference of the Uganda edu. Prayer of Sts. Eustace and
.( greatest danger would be In them when they reached the studies at the North American that which is truly the

the landing.The cational association, Sir Bernard -boat, with waves reaching Upright Life Gives Shining College in Rome where he 'obtained chief ornament and duty of the Companions, Common Pref.
de Bunson, dean of ace.)
village took Its name their chins. They tried to push his doctoral degree, Father Catholic Priesthood; that is,
Makerere University College, the boat off the rock but It 4 4 SATURDAY, September 21
from the enormous rocks. Example to His Future Wife McFadden gave an eye- sanctity of life, burning charIty feast
urged that churches concentrate St. Matthew. (Mass of ,
which had tumbled down the' would not budge. One man :witness account of many of the the uniting of science with
their resources, and said: "Come on, we'll have to "greatest events" as the hierarchy Gloria 2nd Prayer of EmberSaturday
above all their teachers, withina do you think is one of the best testimonials for holy things, zeal in dedicating o f September,
carry you. WHAT assembled, there for the oneself to the glory of Christ
Daytona Beach number of Christian or Father was still mutteringhis Catholic Church? It's the upright lives of its first council session. and the salvation of souls, Creed, Preface of, Apostles.)

Moslem schools. displeasure as he handedone members. A good Catholic causes people admire the religion Terming these "crucial years"for aspiration toward heavenly 'SUNDAY, September 22

They .should not spread man his Mass kit, as he which inspires such spiritual renewal In this age realities and scorn for earthly 16th Sunday after Pentecost.
their The Catholic religion Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
thinly over
helped Sister Kim onto the ,
virtue and holiness. of materialism, Father McFad things."
the whole field of education, shoulders of another and he seemed to enter into every Creed, Preface of Trinity.)
THE as A bad Catholic is, a ,sourceof and den also shared his feelings Pope Paul urged the faithful ,
said. of life
he aspect a person's
himself settled upon the back scandal and shame. He about the everlasting lessons to raise their thoughtsand ,
Meanwhile, education mini. of another. to, bring one into closer con Daytona Beach
keeps people from embracingthe for mankind to repent sin desires above those of
ster J. S. Luyimbazi-Zake said tact with God.I .
Ashore Father
Dentingersaid Faith. The moral? Live and love God more that he the "age in which the Faith .
in Kampala that the government sharply: "You shouldn't .. .. 1:_; ,, ,went: to Mass with some to
"" 'M"""" '''''''''' '"'M'''''''''' experienced on pilgrimages often cools and heavenly
jr u u i l u lUUand '
does not intend to T'Y''l' r-y: of classmates and even
pre have done that. Look at youyou're ., my Land and Lourdes.He "
your up- : ,;,4f' <1..,, the Holy aspirations languish. POWDER PUFF
vent the teaching of religionin all took a few instructions. But we
trembling. Go put on .... 1
life will described The Saint born Desa
theopportunityto Joseph
right : -l ,
schools, or to take schools clothes." 1'1- had a heavy schedule, and I BEAUTY
some dry prompt othersto "( ,*:',.,:":,',>- I celebrate the Holy Sacrificeof in Cupertino in southern Italyin
away from their present own The men stood there, shiver. : ; discontinued them. I began to Creative Hair Styling
examine > the Mass at those shrines as turned from
f 1603 was away
Qualified Decorator Service vi'w
> date Dave Kubal and soon discovered -
< Permanent! Silver Blendingand
ing but grinning, and one said:
ers."Far "the marvelous of houses becauseof
your holy t experiences many religious
1114 RIVERSIDE from taking away the that he is a devout Tinting
"Don't be angry with us, the his He
Faith. Once my life. After detailing apparent ignorance.
CL 34)074 Holly Hill schools from those who own Catholic.A .
Father. We know you have they do that, sadness experienced by him. was finally admitted to a con Helm 3!. Sfheenk. OB 7-U11
them, he said, "we are, in graduate of Marmion :Military
gone through a lot of troubleto they will rare self and other thousands as ventual Franciscan monasteryas to So. Atlantic Ormond Beach
the University -
fact, bringing these schools to Academy and of Botel
the parents." bring us our Lord in the ly fail to embrace or Notre Dame, Dave they kept vigil in St. Peter's a lay Brother and he worked Opp. Ceqnlaa

sacraments. We decided togo _it. This_____ the last hoursof there stable hand.
__ n In He explained that this means .J." ""' u. .J.U"" .J.' u. .J..J.<:O
Into the water not onlyto in conversionof the Priest-educa his
is illustrated the Pope John, When many spiritual
that a pupil, whatever his re explained many of its teach. t
save you and Sister from Roberta Baker of Waukegan tor conveyed the certainty that gifts became known, hew a s t
ligion, will attend the nearest ings.
the cold but al'o'to help you Illinois who relates this Pope Paul's reign will continue admitted to the Priesthood. He ,.
school in Uganda for the sake His upright life spoke even .
carry Him this last short enlightening sequence of his "emphasis on the basic teachings died September 18, 1663. .
than 'htM
I of economy and efficiency. more eloquently t -
distance. events: words. of Christ. Beatified in 1753. he was .

Obediently, then, they wentto I attended the Presbyterianand My interest in the Catholic In conclusion the speaker canonized in 1767. He is the JI

Welcome TravelersFurniture their homes to change. Methodist Churches and religion revived and I deter advised the men to be truly patron saint of air travelersand

Watching them go, the Priest went for two years to a.Catholic proud of the' strength of the fliers. His feast is celebrated -
mined to take a complete I LESUPHOLSTERY
Porch and Patio Specialties! glanced out at the rock on elementary school I had course of Instruction. Father Catholic Church in America, on September 18.

Rattan Wrought Iron which his boat was stranded long been interested in the John,W. Keller of the Coving- to participate actively in the SHOP.

FLORIDA IS RIL1DfLJdAttDEE Aluminum and he was suddenly gratefulfor Catholic religion and that Interest ton diocese was studying for diocesan Fishers program Belmont Opening 623 Orange Ave.

MOMS Highway I Ormond BeachFlo"d the acident, for as a result was deepened when I his'PhD. in clinical psychologyat and assist energetically in BELMONT North Carolina CL 5-4736

of it he had been given an In- entered the Evanston Hospital the University of Chicago. Confraternity of Christian (XC) -Opening of Belmont ALL WORK GUARANTEED

sight into the Gibraltar of faith nursing school, where some,of Doctrine work.
J. Despite his heavy schedule Abbey College in this, its 87th
Tredway'sDaytona in these people whom he loved my classmates were devout The parish members were re
Father, who was residing at St. year, was held September 9.

: Moving & Storage Co. li and served. Catholics.I Thomas of Canterbury parish, minded by their officers of two This week's delay, college officials Italian and American Food

He thanked God for the faith felt there was depth to important dates demandingtheir
to instructme. is due to dormitory
I Agents ALLIED VAN LINES, INC. graciously agreed explained,
Catholicism which I missedin attendance e S P.M. 'til I II I P.M.
DAYTONA DE LAND -and for the rock that revealed In a kind and friendly personal and dining hall construction Open
it. the Protestant Churches. the Central Florida rally in
110 So. Campbell-CL 3-1636 560 So. Bird,-RE 4-ooS7 manner- he .explained. ., God's-, Orlando on September 29, and which had unexpected Banquet Facilities
plan for man's salvation. Tne delays.
CONSULT THIS LIST before the Diocesan Union of Holy Closed
truths of religion were Mondays
Legion of f Decency going to the theatre Films great Name Societies annual
__ rated morally objectionable are revealed by Christ to the
PLAN YOUR FAMILY'SPILGRIMAGE Rates New- MOVleSPUbl1Shed In the third issue of Apostles and disciples, whom tion in Jacksonville, October PRINTING SAN REMO

25-27, in conjunction with the Letter Press & Offset "
(September U, U8I) each month. He commissioned to teach all RESTAURANt

I )t) h for General PatronageAlmost nations. He also promised Eucharistic Congress on the Couchman Printing Co.
Morally Unobjectionable last Sunday of next month. .1290 SO. RIDGEWOODCL
them His abiding assistance. J, Mallory, Owner
Angels Horse Soldiers No" Time For
"Make disciples of all CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia 2-1357
Assignment Outer How the West SergeantsSpace

I 1 Sj EUCHARISTICCONGRESS Bashful Elephant In Was Search Won of Papa's Condition Delicate) nations," said Jesus, "baptizing St. Leo Receives

Battle Hymn The Castaways Pirates of Tortuga them in the name of the

l ) :J BlaoIt'Gold Invasion of the p T 109Revenge Father and of the Son, and of New Center From Dabney's' "- orv
Captain Sinbad Star Creatures of the
OCTOBER 27 Cattle King It's Only :Money Creature the Holy Spirit, teaching themto McDonald Fund (UL'eoul

I Coming Out Party Jason and the Savage SamSergeants observe all that I have commanded HOLLY HILL: '. :

'g JACKSONVILLEDAYTONA Constantino and the ArgonautsJumbo Three ; and behold, I am
( Cross Seven Seas to Calal. FLOWER SHOP
( (Continued from rage One)
Damn the Defiant Kill or Cur. Son of Flubber with you all days even unto
of the church. 322 Ridgewood HillCL 3-1383
building abbey Holly
Day Mara Invaded Lady and the Tramp Summer Magic the consummation of the
the Earth Lafayette Tammy and the DoctorTartan's The opening of the McDonald .
world" (Matt. 28, 18-20).
Escape from- East Lassie's Challenges Center marks the begin
Retail Sales Berlin AdventureLilies 300 Spartans Since every organizationmust "FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS-SINCE I88P'-
FBI Story of the Field 13 Frightened Girls ning of the second stage of
have head to operate
Discount Prices First; Space Ship List ofAdrian 13 Ghosts a St. Leo'g o.year building
to Venus :Messenger Three Stooges in Orbit effectively, Jesus appointed Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons

Fiva WeeksIn Longest Day Ticklish Affair Peter the head of His Churchon program.
FURNITURE a Balloon Make Way for Lila Traitors The new St. Leo College de.
55 Days at Peking Man Who Knew Too Trojan Horse earth. "Thou art Peter," He Registered JewelersCL

Follow that Dream Much Ugly American said, "and upon this rock I velopment program, which is 2-2552 American Gem Society ,122 N. Beach St.
; Francis Miracle of the Valley of the Dragons designed to cover the next five
Gathering of Eagles Whit. Stallions Viran. the ,Unbelievable will build my Church, and the
Large Selection SHOWROOMS Gidget Goes to Horn, Mouse on the ,Moon We'll Bury You gates of hell shall not prevail years, will begin shortly.It .
QuaifyFurntur. Great Escape Mr. Ilobb'e Vacation Wonderful World of envisions the constructionof
it" Matt. 16 18)).
Hercules and the My Six Loves the Brothers Grimm against ( ,
six and other
Robert L. White Pres. new buildings
Captive Woman No Man is an Island Young' and the Brave From this it was clear to

Municipal Airport-Off Hwy. 92 Hold that Baby JCo" Place Like Homicide Young Guns of Texas me that the Catholic Church necessary improvements.

Showrooms Opposite Terminal Building Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and AdolescentsAll alone was founded by Christ Named Protector Call CL 5-1411

Night Long Hook Premature Burial and alone was commissionedto
All Heaven 'Allows Hootenanny Hoot Requiem for a teach in His name. VATICAN* CITY (XC- luan Fast, Dependable
i All the Way Home How to Make Monster Hea.vywelrhtBarrabbas .Cardinal Landazuri Ricketts Quick200
: : Huns, The Roman Holiday This means that it Is the
r : Billy Budd It Happened at the Samar Church of which Our Lord O.F.M., Archbishop of Lima, Serving-Port Orange, So.

Your Entry : i Bird Black:Man Zoo of Alcatraz Just World's for Fun Fair Sardonicu.Burninr Samson and. the Seven wishes all to be members. It is Peru, has been named protector Ormond, Daytona

of the Franciscan Sisters of
At The Court Kid Gallahad Saskatchewan not man-made but God-made, Authorized TV
( $4 Bridge to the Sun Kiss of the Vampire Savage Guns and that's what truth the Immaculate Conception Factory
Call Me Bnana Last Train from ShowdownCarouael
MagnificentNew whose motherhouse is in his 330 No. Ridgewood I
Gun HillLawrence SlaveSquare seeker wants.Impressive

Castilian The of Arabia of Violence too are the four see city.
Charade Lion. The Stagecoach to Dancer's
Come Fly with Me Long Absence Rock marks which distinguished the

PendletonApartments Convicts 4 Loves of Salammbo Sword of theCourtship Catholic Church from all
of Man who Shot CODQuerorEddie's INTRODUCING The Newest of
Symbol Quality
Father Liberty Vance Taraa Bulba others: it is one, holy, Catholicand ,

Day and the Hour Man with the Terror Apostolic. Cleanliness and
Day of the Txiffids X-ray Eye. Thrill of It All ,
all this time I attended
Days of Wine and Matter of Who Thunder in the Sun During Q)
Roses Miracle Worker To Kill a Mockingbird Mass with Dave, ''and my To Holly Hill and The Daytona Area!

Featuring large swimming pool a putting green Diary of a Madman Murder on the Campus Twice Told Tales understanding and appreciation .
shuffleboard courts immense Donovan's Reef Mutiny on the Bounty Vampire ;
an patio and sun deck ... McDonald'sTO
Duel of the Titans Night Creatures Werewolf in a Girl'sEverybody of it increased. Dave'smother .
barbecue facilities with picnic tables under the shade of .
Go Home Old Dark House Dormitory had thoughtfully -
giant oak trees aU'are part of jour everyday living at 4 Days in Naples Paranoiac Yellow Canary provided
THE'PBNDLETON Choice of one, two or three bed. 40 Pounds of Trouble Play It Cool Love and Larceny me'with a missaLIn OPEN SEPTEMBER I 17th, TUESDAY '. _':; :-:
) rental with Guns of Darkness Playboy of the You Have to Run May, 1959. I was receivedinto .
room apartments individually controlled air Hand of Death Western World Young Ones AT 151 RIDGEWOOD, HOLLY HILL, FLORIDA ._
conditioning, completely equipped General Electric Christ's true Church and .

kitchens and large walk-in closets now ready for Immedi. Morally Unobjectionable for Adults made ray first Holy Com Minute-man Service... -. / -- -:-: ::-
ate occupancy. Baltic Expreu If a dan Answers Secrets of NaziCriminals munion. Dave and I were Tastiest Food'In Town. :: .
Beach Party Interns married, God has blessed us Prices That Please-Mate ,- ". :
Bye. Bye Birdie In the French Style Sparrows Cant Sing and '
9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. California Love at Twenty Spencer's Mountain with two children our McDONALD'S -

Caretakers Love is a Ball Summer and Smoke union Is deepened by our common ,_. -
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Come Blow Your Horn Married Too young Sweet Bird ,of Youth Faith. A Real Family Pleasure. _1__,_. -
Come September Mind Benders Term of Trial
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Critics Choice Panic la Year Zero Tower of London looU r1h& 4 t :
Furniture Boob _
I 4 Crooks Anonymous Period of Adjustment Town without Pity _
Rental Apartmens Damn Yankees Bide the Toys in the:Attic Greeting Cards GoIdet2 kcbesl __ _
I Day in Court High Country Trial. The _
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Catholic CommentPray SstiSsai"r. ; C Elderly/ / Has Wise Residence Choice I

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I Why Do we Go to Mass? To UQHALL I live with my sumptions, which will be the daughter and her husband

O daughter (son) or shallI wiser choice? have their inevitable spats, you

Join in Giving God Homage live in a residence for retirees It is safe to say that you will quietly efface yourself. You

for Your Priests ?" This is the decision be happy in your daughter'shome never take sides, no matter

which con- and she and her family how wrong you know the man
Catholics'make an awful fuss about
"you getting fronts many will be happy with your pres. to be. You refuse to discuss her

But when you're there, you don't, do a thing. elderly ence there, if you can fulfill the husband's faults with your
XIHTHIN a very few days the Priests aware of the need that a Priest has for the per-
Y It's all done by the Priest I wonder why you go-he could who following conditions: daughter. The most will
of the Diocese will gather in St. prayers of his people. Paul's request to the sons :you
do it without you. being widowed 1. You are not ashamed or say is, "You married him, my
Augustine for the clergy retreat The Romans has the note of urgency about it:
The auestioner... has evidently been taken to Mass: -nr- find It resentful of being old. Some of dear. You just have to learn to
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canon law of the Church wisely "I beseech therefore brethren r
very you "
haps by a girl he entertained the fleeting impracticable the unhappiest of elders are live with him.
makes provision in its statutes for Priests through Our Lord Jesus Christ and by the
idea of marrying. He found it very different to maintain those who fight age, as thoughit You never, but never inter
regularly to make closed retreat. The of the Ghost
a that
charity Holy you helpme from the kind of church services he a home or were an enemy. They cannotlet fere with the disciplining of

gathering in St. Augustine will be the in your prayers for me to God." was used to. Unless it was a dialogue an apartmentof themselves relax to enjoy, the children. You will be

means by which the Diocese complies with (15, 30)) .Mass, his impression that the their own. as they should their mellow tempted often.

this law. As your Priests set aside time from tion does nothing at all is pretty congrega-naturalSo .It may.. be .along years. They avoid their own Many time you Mill dl<*

As the Priests prepare for this retreatit their parochial duties to assess their he wonders: why do Catholics ? time, If.rp- contemporaries and seek to agree with your daughter'sand ;

would be well to remind yourselves of spiritual life, it would be good for you to go share in all the activities of a son-in-law's chlM-rrarlnj
They do, of course. They're noted for it- Father Leo J. Treseever
your spiritual obligations towards your be reminded of your obligation in charityto younger generation; as though. methods but you will bite
even as compared members of
parish clergy. The Priests who labor for pray for them. Implore God to give whose services are of the religions before you have to make somehow, youth might rub off off your tongue; before you

souls in the parishes, schools, hospitals, them the grace of charity to all men; the liveliest. But why do thev eo? We very can this decision. However, your on themselves. will let them or the children

and chaplaincies, daily come into contact prudence needed to face the difficult eventual choice will be the 2. Having accepted grace- know it.
him that it is not for the
solemnly assure Nor is
with the sacred things of God. They con- problems that are their daily concern; the sermon. sounder if thought out now, fully the fact of your age, The youngsters never will
it because the Church makes it mortal sin not to
secrate, baptize, absolve, and bless. Their grace of fortitude as they confront the numbers a go. calmly and rationally, while it you act your spe. hear you say. "Your mother Is
The of Catholics
task is to make present the grace of God members who have need of them; the who on days other than ing. The Priest is asking us to still is a distant possibility.To You exchange visits with too strict with you," or "Your

to the go that simplify discussion, let us friends of your own genera daddy lets you have your own
children of God. Irrespective of the grace of hope as they see the apathy about Sundays and major feasts, pray "my sacrifice and "
tion. You belong to organiza- too much.
personal status of the Priest's life yours should be acceptable to presume that money will not way
spiritual them. The Priest works close to God, yet when they are under no obligation tions and take in activities
be the consideration.In part 4. You are not a domineeringperson.
God. So the sacrifice is primary
he will be a valid administrator of the he is still a man and subject to the errors at all, would add up to a not that keyed to retirees. You
this of social it are You are able to see
Grace of Christ. only but ours: we are suppose age security,
and discouragement of man. It is the hope pretty creditable congregationin
do not to be included in
to be joining him in offer probably will not be the major expect :your daughter as an adult, capable
This is not enough as both the Church and the joy, of every Priest to know that any church. There have ing it.We. problem. Let us assume also every invitation which your of making her own decisIons -

and the Priest are well aware. The Church his people think enough of him to sacrificethe been times when they risked find the same truth repeated -that you are a widow. What we daughter receives, nor to accompany and no longer depen.

has constantly exhorted the Priest to pur- time necessary to pray for him. death by going, and they went. in the prayer after the say here will apply as well to her and your son-in-dent upon you. You do not try

sue the life of perfection. By Her will the In praying for Priests it is also important The Priest caugnt saying :Mass consecration, where we figureas widowers, but widows outnum. law each time they go out for to tell her how to dress howto

Priest has the responsibility of offering could be hanged, drawn and "plebs! tua sanrta"God.ssacred ber widowers by five to one. an evening's entertainment.When cook or how to run her
not to that the numerical
forget quartered-in two countries he
daily the prayers of the breviary.He rank and file, joining Let us assume, finally, they entertain their own home. Unless your opinion la

is enjoined to practice the ancient pious strength of the Priesthood must not be could be left alive after having with the Priest in offering the that your alternatives are a friends, you remember "a good asked, there is never a peep
received the ultimate mutila-
usages of mental prayer, the rosary and allowed to diminish if we are to continuethe sacrifice. room at Goldenyears Manoror book I'm reading" 'or "a letterI out of you.
tion. But he said Mass.
Look at the word Msanctan a room in your married must write" and retire earlyto You pay your daughter and
spiritual reading. Still, the Priest does not work of Christ. Our prayers for Why do we go? Because of
unless the in.
stand alone in his quest for holiness. He Priests will always include the prayer that what the Priest is doing at again. daughter's home.If your room her husband the supreme compliment -
it is rather than sistence that you remain is too of letting them make
There are three sacraments a son, a
heavily on the generosity of his peo- others will have the generosity needed to the altar.
-Baptism daughter, whose home is under emphatic to doubt its sincerity.You their own mistakes.If .
ple to help him to the fields white the He bread and
greater sanctity.The enter that are for consecrates so thatit never resort to the "poor
Holy Orders-which cannot be consideration, the elements of you can fullfill these four
great apostle, Paul, was keenly harvest. is no longer bread butChrist's little know that I'm
me I onlyan
repeated. St. Thomas tells us decision will be the same. They ; requirements, by all means go

body, wine so that is why-they are, each in its own will apply with double force, old lady" tactic to make and live with your daughter.You .
no longer wine but Christ'sblood.
way, a participation in the however, if it is a daughter your daughter feel guilty. she, her husband: and
In the of Christhe
Father John J. CastelotBeautiful power Priesthood of Christ. law to whom :you must adjust. 3. You have a heroic control children all will be happy
offers Christ thus presenton
I the altar, slain long ago on The Priest has all three, Having made these as. over your tongue." When your friends together.

Calvary but now forever living, but we have Baptism and -
of Faith Echoed -
Song to His Father in heaven. Confirmation: by them Ware Question BoxBaptism

Nothing that any man will brought into a special relation

strong refrain occurs fidence and security. No mat. psalmist invites his hearers to ever do compares in sheer with Christ Our Lord,

I A three times in psalm 45 ter how terrifying or threatening contemplate the wonderfulworks magnitude with that. If we and that relation is holy, Comes but Once in LifetimeQ.

((4, 8, 12)), dividing it into three the catastrophe, they feel of the Lord in their be. were deaf and dumb and blind however ill the use we makeof
equal stanzas. As a good refrain secure. half.As and paralyzed, we should still it.The. Is it possible for a : he speaks for Christ as wellas

should, The psalmist uses the poetic He has done so often in want to be there.A Priest shares in Our Catholic who has been baptized Questions should be addressed himself?

i t expressesthe figures of earthquakes and their past history, to again Catholic can easily: feel Lord's Priesthood totally, but in infancy and then to: Question Box, A. The honorary "We" used

theme of floods to express the idea of He has come to the aid of His that, given what Christ and we are not totally outside it. confirmed in later life to be The Florida Catholic, P.O. by the Sovereign Pontiff In

the hymn i i social and military catastrophes beleaguered people. Priest together are doing on It may frighten us to think of baptized again? Box 3551: Orlando, Florida. reference to himself should not

which Is one \ such as was the invasionof the altar, it is not importantthat ourselves as sacred, but Baptism -
I And we can express A. No, Baptism is, along with be Interpreted as literally as
of deep faith Sennacherib, whose armies he himself should be doing made us so, and Confirma.
the same confidence, the Confirmation and Holy Orders, order is grammatical In Latin you have indicated, althoughit
and confi tion added sacredness.We .
were actually battering the anything but adore. It is sufficient .
same strong faith. For Emmanuel a sacrament that cannot be repeated -and translates: Pope Paul VI. I is true that the Pope, in his
dence. In fact, gates of the Holy City. They (God with us) is present in splendor for him that he may not feel sacred, we solemn utterances and official
it has
this psalm is failed, however, and retreatedin is allowed to be there. certainly do not look sacred, once been re Q. If St. Peter as the first
the new Jerusalem (the ceived. Baptism imprints an acts, speaks in the n a m e of
one of the confusion when a plague Yet the congregation has its but sacred we are; and whenwe Pope was infallible, how was
Church) in an even more Christ.
_A______.. __ indelible character on the soul
t>iruiigesi> ana --- decimated their ranks. wonderful own function, so necessary sin, we are misusing the res it that he denied Christ durIng

most beautiful songs of faith in The Israelites in this way. that the Church has geared the sacra which is ourself.At that marks the person off as a the time of the Passion? His use of the first-person
saw And He has promised that "t h of
child called
of God. While it is true plural, e plural
the Bible. Rich in poetic Mass to the people's :Mass: then, we Join with
plague a clear instance of divine the gates of Hell shall not pre- presence. that a person may fall from A, The Infallible primacy of majesty" comes from ancient
imagery, it sprang first froM often the Priest the Priest in offering the
Every so
intervention. Jerusalemwas Peter
given to him
heart bursting with vail against it, for "behold, I- I grace in later life, nevertheless, custom, and was used by kings,
a gratefulwonderS saved because it was the face the people and say, "The sacrifice. Only lie can conse.I until after the time of the ReBurrection .
am-with-you all days, even to the original seal of Baptism Is as well as Popes, when they
at God's protection of Lord be with he would crate but in his offering we .
Holy City, Yahweh's dwelling the end of the world.In you: never lost. (John 16,16)). spoke in an official character.
H -people in a recent danger. look odd saying it to an join: the Mass would lack -
place, as the refrain asserts: our discussion of Psalm empty If a Catholic should ever Morever, the infallibility of the Sometimes it is used todayin
The LORD of hosts is withus church. He would look something if did not.
even we ,
with Pope does not extend to the
The.LORD hosts
of is
45: we said that its sentiments -abandon the Faith and join another the official statements of
; our stronghold is the God odder if he turned to nobody at We be dialoguing, -
us; onr stronghold is the God and language reflected a fairly may saying I Church and then desiresto personal errors or sins of the

of Jacob. of Jacob. definite historical situa all and said, "Orate, fratres," the rosary, saying nothing return he is required to individual men who hold the prelates.

Many of the phrases echo The LORD of hosts" is a tion. "Pray, brethern." at all, but offering is what we ,make a Profession of Faith, but papacy. It is Catholic doctrine "We" expresses both hum!!

the language of Isaia, and it favorite name for God in the That situation was the one The Orate, fratres tells us in are there for. he is not re-baptized. that the Pope Is Infallbile; the ity (for the Pope does not owe

may well be that the occasionfor sermons of Isaia, and "the which followed upon the mirac. two blinding words what our The phrase we us-"! went When a person comes into Church has never said that the his office to his own merits)
own function is at Mass. The to Mass this morning"-con- and the dignity of his office.
the composition of the LORD is with us" recalls one ulous deliverance of Jerusalem the Catholic Church from a Popes are impeccable.What .
psalm was the invasion of the his for the Messia two words are "ac vestrum"- veys none of this. Admittedly are the limits of papal
of names from invasion by the Assyriansin Protestant Church, that personis Q. If a person wishes tolea'e
Assyrians under Sennacheribin Emmanuel (God with us). 701 B.C. "and yours." it would be unduly verbose if baptized conditionally if he infallibility?
701 B. C. Isaia was quite active The second stanza repeatsthe A similar situation seems to I have called them blinding: we always said, "I joined with :had been baptized in the Protestant The doctrine is easily statedIn a sum of money in

in the affairs of the country theme of the first under form the background for Psalm but I have to admit that I had the Priest in offering the sacrifice I religion. The Baptismis this fashion: will for Masses, should the

at this time. You can read different figures. The "stream 46. But more than a centuryhas known them for more than of the Mass this morning." conditional since the first When the Pope teaches the number of Masses be mentioned

all about this invasion and whose runlets gladden the cityof passed, and a great deal of half my life before I realized Very verbose, but absolutely Baptism may well have been whole Church on a matter of ? Supposing the sum

about how the ruin of the city God" is probably the Pool of water mostly troubled, mud what they were actually say precise. valid. what the Church believes is $1,000.00, how should the

was miraculously averted in Siloe, the city's reservoir. In a dy water has gone' under Q. Is it true that some of (faith) or what members of the will be worded?

4 Kings 18, 1.19, 37. dangerously water-shy country, the bridge. Church must or must not do
Father Patrick O'Connor the first Popes and Priests A. A person who proposes to
The first stanza begins with water was a natural figure for The people soon forgot God's were married? When did the (morals) and when he in some leave money In his will for

grateful acknowledgement of divine blessings. Here in verse merciful intervention in their way signifies that he is teach \'
Church make the law forbidding Masses should indicate the In.
God's protection of His people:; 5 the idea is that the Holy Cityis behalf. Those who did remember Perilous Compromise Seen : Priests to ? ing infallibly, then the Holy tention, if It is other than the

God is our refuge and our the object of God's favor and at least a great many of marry Spirit will prevent the Pope of his own soul and
A. It is true that of the repose
strength, an everpresenthelp protection because His dwelling them it. some from erring. This prerogativeof
c misinterpreted They In French Plan for Vietnam early Popes and Priests should specify the number of
in distress. the Temple, is there.In began to look upon the Templeas were the Pope must not be con Masses, thereby indicating the
J married. We know from the
This is the basis of their con the third stanza the a sort of good luck charm. fused with revelation or with
GENERAL Charles DeGaulIe's recent statement offering Gospel of St Mark (1, 30)) thatSt. inspiration. It is rather a negative amount to be used as a stipendfor

vi "cordial cooperation to the whole of Vietnam"is : Peter himself was married.In assistance of the Holy each Mass. This enables the
Priest (or the society) to whom
interpreted here in Saigon as an offer from France to be the New Testament there Spirit safeguarding the purityof
Father Michael V. Gannon the amount is willed to satisfy;
are counsels from Our Lord
I intermediary for reunification of communist-ruled North the doctrine of the Churchas
the obligation according to the
.: Mission of Nombre De Dioschapters Vietnam with the South. and from St. Paul encouraging it utters forth from the mind of the donor. In leaving

French Communist party in ]persons to remain unmarried mouth of the Supreme Teacherof
Such a proposal would cause j
1000.00, simply indicate the
1'better to devote themselves to
the Church the
1920. North Vietnam communists Pope.
concern Catho-
among many number of Masses for which
1 the spread of the St.
Cjneat in lics. have always kept in Paul, for instance writes to the Q. Does the Pope use the that sum is to be used. (for ex.

I "Independence in foreign relations contact with French leftists. Corinthians: plural "We" to indicate that ample ZOO).

internal peace and Most educated middle aged
"But I would have to be
fl.oQI a catholic histoRyChapter unity and harmony with its and elderly Vietnamese speak without solicitude. He that is RANGE BUT

neighbors, this is what French and even if they de- CI
without wife is solicitous for TRUE
France wishes today more than nounce French colonialism O
fierce the the 1 the things that belong to the Little-Known Facts for
18 naissance parties, a to guard port and two the ,
ever for whole of Viet they are basically attached to
ON the 20th of August, storm probably a hurricane, remaining ships, and set out nam," DeGaulle said, accordingto France and French culture. Lord how he may please God. By M. J. MURRAY JIlL iicw JIft'I s. _

those aboard shipIn bore down on the harbor out of with the rest of the settlers in reports. France has been giving cul- ;But he that is with a wife Is t

the harbor awaited the return -the sea. search of food. This reunification would tural and technical aid to solicitous for the things of the t9k ECORIAL. _

of De Luna's two recon- Towering w a v e s snapped De Luna hoped to find an South Vietnam, but DeGaulIe's 1 world how he may please his FAMOUS MONASTIC'
mean some sort of perilous "
anchor cables and battered the Indian village where he could recent offer wife. And he is divided. I Cor. I NEA MADRID. -.
obviously implies ,
planks of all but two of the obtain corn. The journey was compromise between the I r,::31-2. I 'W EtQ t)
communist "democratic republic' something more. cc.rI
( Spanish ships into tortured long and hard. :Mothers and The first Church legislation CRtDl j1'SrLAurcg

debris that piled up on the children in the party were reduced having Its govern. Some war-weary Vietnamese about celibacy came in the tI w.
tl\cf lorid ment in Hanoi and the Republic who perhaps had never actually j MAIm'R. .
aCatholic beach. Driving waves struck to eating wild berries, j rourth century at the Spanish ,- _
of Vietnam whose lived under communism
the beach with such force that roots, and acorns.Eventually (council of Elvira. This legislation WAS !&lCbtIDI
capital is Saigon.It have expressed an interest privately IT.s IRtCnD
j became universal in the
those on shore had to flee in- the settlers I 4dOWAR3ACO'

land for their lives. reached an Indian village has been reported here in DeGaulIe's proposal, 1 Western\ Church and was reaffirmed IotlGPHlupa _ I

Many died aboard ship and called Nanipacana, but discovered -that feelers had been put out according to a French source universally for the TO HOtlOt VMOSK 1W FSASTWV SAUfTON

hbU.b.cI .iy Frld r on shore. that the Indians had by Ho Chi Minh, president of here. ]Latin f Rite in the Second Council -AbUtS TMt we.SPAMISKHOCIAMO -I...

the communist government in The more wary, especially ( of the Lateran (1139)). GIW\T ''
FLORIDA CATHOLIC PRESS. Inc. Worst of all for the survivors -little food themselves, much YIC1Da'I 0IIrJl 1'MI' RlN04.

T.O. Box 3551 GArdea 3-3438 the total supply of provisions less for this ragged bunch of the North through the Frenchfor those who have known communism The law of celibacy Is not j
1SJ }:..$ Colonial Drive an understanding of some and communist OrUndo. Florid S2S9S was lost! Enough food strangers, now about one f
kind with the South. France maneuvers from bitter experience those
Subscription In U.S.A. and Canada for a year had sailed in thousand in number.
$C.O O'. per year; other countries ships. Faced with this disappoint. maintains a "delegation" ,in smell danger. j nay be ordained but in most
fs.eo.Tb, Florida Catholic li a member Now both sustenance and snout De Luna decided to Hanoi while North Vietnamhas Catholics are likely to register
of the Catholic Press Association transportation was lost as turn back. an "economic mission" in alarm, particularly the hun- after he has been ordained.
and the National Catholla Welfare: Paris. dreds of thousands who fled There are monks in the
and The returned
Conference ICewa Service. Bogn well as pieces of gold many Spaniards to
and :Martin publisher represents, : other articles of value that the the coast, scratching out what- French ambassador to South from North Vietnam in 1954 ]Eastern rites and it is from '_

tlT Mar. 1.Entered m, aa at second Orlando.claM Florida nail: Spanish had intended to use in ever nourishment they couldon Vietnam Roger LaLouette is and 1955. They fear any "deal" t their ranks that the Bishops Cmerr 7M> R7VCTOCKCCVCTX

undertha Act of March 3, 1S7) trading with the Indians.It the way. On the coast De known to be on particularly with Hanoi would mean all :are normally chosen. The fr-BRAZIL,HAVE HWDONKD SfLICVSO*&DDUS TO 8t XXV.22 7gtt2J8j,
of Luna decided last friendly terms with Ngo dinn South Vietnam would ultimate-monks do not marry.Q. Wr NUMBCR Of PTOtTO .
was, then, to scenes to try one &4OO 'WftvWOif M INC OLD TZSTAMfHT

-- utter destruction and desola- expedition for food. Nhu, brother and powerful ly be swallowed up by- the com Why does the Pope sign ; 4 MltUOK, OUTTHCAC CATHOUC AC* MHOUAMB CNiY '{4 '

."rather Ylateat E. Smith tion that the two reconnai- lie sent a party of soldiers to political counselor of President munists. I the letters P.P. after his AS AGAIMST S3H&UOH

'_"...'_' Executive Editor sauce parties returned. seek help in the province of Ngo dinh Diem. North Vietnam where the I name on documents, e.g. IH BRAZIL 'ti "'A -'

'O.- :.:4.Ed1torI. ., Mark; MUs A. D.n.Jaae...qal.. De Luna gathered the IUr- Coosa, which lay in the south North Vietnam's communist Catholic religion has been persecuted I Paulas P.P. VI? -----1--Uc&LLaFu1. .

.- .. A. Kecier vivors and announced plansto western section of the Florida leader Ho Chi Minh with increasing rigor, The Initials P.P. in the papal
::% :::
;, Advertising Manager continue the colony>> at all peninsula near the river now went as a young man to offers no inducement to Catho-signature; are the abbreviation

-- costs.e known as the Caloosahatchee.Next France and was one or the lies in South Vietnam to lower i:or the Latin word Papa
-rlda1' Sept 13, 1963 .
left a captain with 50 men Week'Two>--0..' Friars__. founding members of the their guard. ', I(pope). The inverted: word


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S The Florida Catholic Friday Sept 13, 1963 Page Five

of Tax, Education Plan

Set Forth by Bishops of EcuadorQUITO :. Council Fathers Expected to Solve

Ecuador (NC-Ecuador's Bishops have given the country's month-old mil Intellectual Freedom QuestionsBy

itary junta an outline of what they believe has to be done in the fields of education, land

ownership and tax reform. The Bishops presented the document to the junta following George,: N. Shuster

an r1r1rpCQ_._;... hU' Awo"J,1nn, XCWC News Service
--- -- '&L&" I SS
Cesar Mosquera"J Corral UVt of ties and reform of the tax system teachers. They asked that the Th. f.Ilowi.r .rtlrlr o utllaca !. part the T!I.W or aa l.t.r.atl.nallr k..w. educator o. th. q....tlonf
to promote social latrllM-tnal firoUm within the Churrh-whlrh U .ip.rtd to come ap for deliberation after the
Guayaquil.The justice Catholic Education Confederation / f're.d.Ur.... Ooarll r.r.*Trna tbU September I'. The anther. a aetlme. maaaclnc edller of the
and improve living conditionsfor of Ecuador, which groups 4 r ('Comn.awci- ered an pre.ldmt ef Hinter Cellece In New York City from 1949 until hi. retirement
Archbishop said that In 1960. In 1930 while Germany wan still( nnder military eeapatlon.. he t_k a twe-jear Irate ot
the have the working classes; more than 1,500 institutionswith abcenee (. aeeept PrecUeat Tr.maa'. appolatmrnt (. !HI U.S. 'o..lnlon.r l for Kavarla Om hu retirement
Bishops followed the
-Purging trade unions of 170,000 students, be con- 'b from the prrvldrnry ot Hunter be retnrned U hi. aim* mater U oereo a* tilitaat ta the prealeat -
progress of the junta with in. .f the CnliernHy .f Notre n....
terest since Its first declaration communist infiltration; sulted on educational reform. t A the council Fathers continue their deliberations, no question placed before themis

which invoked God's nameas -Programs to help the In- "The Church asks that the 1r : likely to be either more crucial or difficult than this: To what extent can freedom -

a symbol of union and hope. dian population. government respect the rightof t' .. of_ research., and inquiry be reconciled with, obedience to the teaching authority

The JUIIhopdoc!' u men t In a joint pastoral letter, the parents to provide the education 01 me.L "I"ftuu"Duren r
<<, basic characteristics of modern fort Is farthest advanced In
points out the need for Bishops censured the
: present .. In order
they want for their .. to understand the culture. Northern Europe, the Fathers
-Cooperation between civil land system which includes
and religious Church authorities huge estates with "vast fruit- children," the Bishops said. i S. S what the, one modem must first of all see But It Is important to note representing that part of the

In renewing a sense of less and underexploited tracts." "A higher standard of social + which the lower schools university, on that finality Is not attributed world have naturally been in
necessarily -
patriotism; and tiny holdings which can- justice must be developed for depend, is attempting to to any hypothecs. Kaoh and the forefront of ecumenism.

I -Educational which not "fill the needs of the fam- ', one must be and will Such thinking focuses on
reform the whole country, they said, J .,i' do. Its scholars are trying to every
will ilies which be challenged again and three topics of the greatest
keep teachers from attacking cultivate them. "by improving conditions for S understand the whole of real- the

religion and the fatherlandand The Bishops'I! new document artisans, workers and those in 1i 1. ity, whether in the form of again, with the result that significance which: Scripture derives, from

from spreading marxism; the middle class, by establish- nature or human nature. many will be superseded. authority
said they are to the .
ready Tradition, and liturgy.Of
-Reform in the universities ing new sources of work and Therefore a measure of "rela
present Concrete plans tomeet They proceed by formulatinga the three the first, namelythe
to free them from the
j agitationof income, and by a better distri. tivity" Is Implicit in university
party politics; the needs they outlined.Ecuador's bution of burdens." number of guesses about it, procedure. This Is not a consequence study and explication of
which Writ is that in which the
are usually referred to Holy ,
-Land reform according to military junta is While seeking helpful gov- of accepting a doctrineof
as hypotheses, and then modern has been
the principles presented in theBishops' made up of officials from the ernment programs for Indians relativity in principle, but
finding out how well these most directly involved, and
April pastoral letter; three branches, of the armed and mestizos, the Bishops said Jl1t rather of a realization that the
-Increased ____L_, '+ supported by the evidence. which therefore presents the
job opportuni.JACKSONVILLE forces: Navy Capt. Ramon that the Church will continueits world of reality is infinitely
If the council -
c.stro Jojon, Air Force Lieut. own campaign for literacyand POLIO VICTIMS AT AUDIENCE Thus-to take a simple ex complex while the powers of greatest to Catholic Scripture
Col. Guillermo Freire, and social rehabilitation, in- Pope Paul VI, at a late August audience in Castel- ample-it was surmised that a the human mind are limited. scholars freedom in

Army Cols. Luis Cabrera and cluding its missions in the remote gandolfo, gives his blessing to two polio victims from substance called cholesterol What has been said has of this area,greater a memorable step
Marcos Gandara. might coat blood vessels in
Amazon France.the
region.Remain .
course not gone unnoticed by will have been taken toward
The has announcedthat such a way that they would the Church. Pius XI in
junta Pope bringing historical scholarshipand
I function with the result
the 1946 constitution remains Faithful to Tradition Of that heart poorly failure, could ensue. particular had a very clear the teaching authority of

STEEl in force. It has also out understanding of the method- the Church clo er together.
When a careful and extensive
lawed Ecuador's Communist ology of modern scholarshipand There Is much more. We can

party and asked the Supreme Charity Pope Urges VincentiansCASTELGANDOLFO support study of this the view data, the seemed; results to in several statements of only pray that under the guide

Court to work on constitutional notable scope and depth expressed ance of the HOly Spirit the deliberations -
were published and many doctors -
reform. (NC) Pope Paul VI has urged Vincentian Fathers to re- now recommend using pea- the conviction that of the Fathers will

CHARCOAL L JU\U.: %:) The Bishops pointed out In main faithful to their traditions of charity in the "great and critical hour through whichwe nut oil rather than butter in there can be no confEct be- proceed in a manner which

STEAKS their call for reform that article are passing." tween science and religion, as makes the life and the missionof
I the preparation of foods.
I Foot *f 1I..r M. Viaduct 175 of the constitution Pope Paul spoke at an audi imitation of Jesus Christ. lacking where society strives the Church understands and the Church ever more radiant

,0 KL. 4-9139 forbids attacks on religion by ence granted to a group of "It is a spirit filled with with anxiety and suffering and Or, to take another example, defines religion.For so that mankind will be

Vincentians at the end of their those. supernatural treasures of often with corruption towarda after studying the documentsa instance in the document drawn closer to Him who is

the Word, of and of more just order. historian may conclude that
congregation's 33rd general grace it-constituting the Pontifical the way, the truth and the life.

I $T eR: l l NG p FtA M AC.Y': meeting, the first to be heldin sanctity distinguished which have always "Always be faithful, final. the Inadequate principal use reason of artillery why was the Academy of SciencesOct.

your congrega- ( 28, 1930)) Plus XI
Rome since its founding in Iy, to the Holy Catholic reas. AUGUSTINE
RELIABLE. J'KtSCHII'YIOSf'JKHCJo: : ; 1625. He spoke in Latin In tion and have given it its spirit Church, which is always great Confederate charge at oned that the scholar is conrerned ST.
Drug, (.'8I1m.tI.. Clear and Camera Department ual character. Gettysburg failed. Of course
Tree Pickup and Delivery Luncheon and fcoda Bar answer to a speech of greet- worthy and needful of being both the evidence and the con- with the world of
"Hold in veneration the
!OS! handIng Bird. E- 9.07310735 ing delivered by Father William con- understood, loved and hUI|>- time while the deposit of the
631 Jammet Rd. '77103 crete and canonical standards clusions derived from it may
Faith teaches what
C.M. poried with the hearts of transcends -
1 I). Q. KASTKKMNO, OwaerManagerI Slattery United be questioned in these and
themselves with which the
States-born superior general of sons, soldiers, apostles and time.
gregation has taken its interior cases.
the congregation.The saints. Since there Is so marked a
consistency and expressed its That this Incessant activity
Pope spoke of the con "Let it be :your resolve! and disparity of scope and concern,
I SCHOOLSSAINT exterior effectiv'eness. of th.mocltrn is
gregation's' foamier; Saint your boa t that you excel in : one cannot contradict the -,
"Do not be eager for radical of central human importance other nevertheless there I N
Vincent de Paul, a- "one' of this living and generous profession ; a

the great figures of the Catholic changes, but be prudent and which the great and is olnious. difficulty, and! it is a .substan THOMPSONand

JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Church." careful. in the study:; of those;: critical hour through which we Not only has it already tEal one. Many Inferences are

1 accidental and practical adaptations are passing makes all tha more drastically changed the char- drawn from the language. in
SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA lIe added that the Instru- BAILEY
of your rules which the desirable and meritorious." acter of man's life on the earth, which dogmatic teaching is enshrined -
I Resident and Day School for Girls, Grades 7-12 ments of the Saint's charitywere 8 Cathedral Place
Academic' and commercial courses Fully accredited the members "this new times have counseled to be The general meeting of the but It Is still doing so and will and these are coloredby
of St. VA 4-1631
Music Art Dramatics Tennis Snimming meritorious and fitting and the authority of the Vincentians was presided over undoubtedly engender even assumptions which are Augustine -

For further particulars address: Sister Directress congregation Church has then judged wise by Father Slattery. It was at- greater "revolutions." Whetherany altered as the course of history
I that celebrated and no less
and legitimate."Be tended by representatives of 40 of us like it or not we are proceeds.
meritorious congregation of the
faithful furthermore to of the congregation's provinces in many fundamental ways
Daughters of Charity." Though the dogmas themselves -
; SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMYJENSEN the study, understanding and including members of prov- compelled to live as the university are not hypotheses subject -
BEACH He said he did not want to service of the moral and cor-
inces behind the Iron Curtain. decides we should. Asa to revision, being of time-
Resident and day school for girli-trade. on* through .... KxtentUegrounds limit himself to consideringthe poral needs which surround,usv Father John Zimmerman C.M., result respect for and confi- less truth because the God
In a hilly and plrtartaqn rrfloa. L.arc swimming pool.
\ past and present of the congregation Keep this tendency to love reelected assist. dence in the validity of uni-
: Trnnlt mart Other (port farllHUi. Ma lr, art danelnc sad dramatlr was as general from whom they come is eter-
Cadorted by the Siitrr! of Saint'.r further Information and gave Vincentiansthree the poor, the sick, the abandoned ant for the U.S. versity research is one of the nal revealed to
I apply los Sitter Pirectreas, Saint Joseph Academy Jensen Reach. counsels for the future. and the fallen. Extend .. ..... .. they are men
... .--.".1I "" .___ who live in a world of change.
He said: your outlook from individualand
It Is therefore in the area
I "Be faithful to the spirit of particular needs to the
Ir r of inference that freedom of
your Saint, a spirit steepedIn general and social.
inquiry seems absolutely -
4 Resident and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully evangelical wisdom and in "Do not be insensible and For otherwise the human necessary

accredited. Program includes: college preparatory and general
mind, confronting evidence
courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy Budgeting?
which cannot be questioned,
Biblical Schc //ars
Names. 3319 Bayshore Boulevard, Tampa. Aorida.I ) Suggest
will be tempted to conclude

that theology is a discipline Use Our Low Cost

ROSARIAN ACADEMYResident More Scripts lire in Mass which, despite what the Popes

I have said comes again and
and day school! for gIrls, on shores of beautiful Checking Plan
SAN FRANCISCO (NC]) Four Biblical scholars again into conflict with science.
'I Lake Worth. Grades one to twehe. Fully] accredited. New

buildings. All sports, music, art dramatics. Directed by have said here more Scripture; should be incorporated into I'oft.Juhn A'XIII pl.iced You can keep an accurate -

Sisters of SL Dominic. For catalog address Registrar, the Mass.At the council's discussions in

ROSARIAX ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACHCOLLEGE a press conference, they gical cycle should be increasedto the fiiimemHk of ecumenical record of your spend

said the litur- at least three years to allow thinking. The forChristian
present one-year quest
for wider coverage of ing and really keep fo
: unity necessarilyImplies :

i Scripture.The -I t If ; S great stress on fiee- your budget with our
Teresian Year proposal came from Father :.*J #'

Eugene Maly, president of )' ;;: dom. simple i I .. checking: account
The task is twofold-first, to ***.'
Closes at AvilaAVILA the Catholic Biblical Association '- discover in what measure system.

in Boca Raton, Florida of America, during theassociation's ,' .
(XC)-Spanish-born : ;""" ,/ L I Catholics and Protestants jointly -
: St.
dldUlU.dlUUldl' ___..1:_ "__.: :__ 0-Kll T ___dUIld____, ; 26th general meet- } ,.,' : "L j 1ii.. 'J cherish a common dogmatic Augustine
.1U -'---- '-'".c"''
MARYMOUNT prefect of the sacred congregation Father Maly's views were Bonatenture Thomas Aquinas J 1 faith; second, to find out if In National Bank

1 the realm of inference a reconciliation -
of rites, presided as papal seconded by Monsignor Patrick
FOR WOMEN legate at ceremonies here recently In Haiti 4 of Jews is possible.
W. Skehan of the Catholic Uni- Service
closing the Teresian vetrsity of America, Washington Since preparation for this ef- Safety-

Year.The ; Father Raymond E. Brown Persecution Continues .

Medical Secretarial Teresian year was proclaimed S.S., of St. Mary's Seminary, ,

August 24, 1962, to Baltimore, and Father LouisF.
Directed Priests
Lt"gal J Science honor the fourth centenaryof Hartman C.SS.R., also of Against & A A PILGRIMAGE

the Carmelite reform.
Engineering Local businesses closed down Father University.Brown is vicepresident SANTO: DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (NC) -Two //1 N! FOR PEACE

,. .' for the day last month, and of the association and Haitian Priests who were arrested and imprisoned in the (

most of Avila's population of Father Hartman is executive Haitian capital at Port-au-Prince have now been released \ Attend The Eucharistic Congress

with a Liberal Arts background 20,000 attended the ceremonies. secretary. 1 it was learned here recently.The \
the commissionsaid
Cardinal Larraona presidedat "Our liturgical cycle must Priests, both Holy Ghost goon squads, )14 OCTOBER 27w
"Members of the militia )1
Coaucted by The ttfltiovtSt the
a pontifical Mass and at )
have increased Biblical :Fathers
t1s Sacred Hurt an and professors at the and the
have total
secret police
M.f7 crowning of a statue of St. orientation said Father Maly ;
Port-au-Prince minor seminary,
Joseph in the convent of St. who teaches at Mount St. Mary .i are Father Jean-Claude Bajeux, power torture to and imprison.put to interrogate death any, JACKSONVILLEMAKE

Joseph here. othercrowned Seminary of the West, Nor- .;32, and Father Paul Claude, 31. citizen at all and without evena

There are only 15 wood. Ohio. They are editors of a review written order."
of St.
statues There is a sacramental value I i called "Rond Point." They
MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS Concerning the' persecutionof
Joseph' in the world.
the Bible the i
to reading as were originally imprisoned at 1TTTUJ"1
the Church, the rommis. ; ;
Saint Teresa of Avila founded jNONCARIOWATED
Word of God and Catholics ]Fort Dimanche, but now are ?ion report raid that Juvaher's :
SCHOOLResident that convent 400 years ago should be exposed to more of :i under police surveillance
victim Archbishop
top was!
with four novices. The -
the Scriptures not only in their It has also: been reported Francois 1'oirier' of ,4$ \ "tOutline
school for boys grades 5 through 9. Located on marked the start of the but In
own private reading, :i from Geneva, Switzerland at Port-au-Prince.
beautiful East Lake facilities. Enriched academic
I Tampa. Ample Teresian reform.
their common liturgical worship \the same time that Haiti's President It recalled that the French-
curriculum. Extensive music and
sports programs. Discalced Carmelites now .
he said. ;3[ Francois Duvalier
sees born off
prelate was "dragged
Write for descriptive catalog. number more than 4000 friars
Father Hartman told the 1\the Catholic Church as "t h e without warning or respect and

: REV. FATHER DIRECTOR and 14,200 nuns. press conference he was encouraged .
by the growing In- :j standing up against him" and
exile back in November of
P. O. Box H Tampa 5 Florida
I ST. AUGUSTINEMcDONALD'S terest in study of the Scriptures J]has thus "redoubled his persecution -1960. Archbishop Poirier's auxiliary -

4< of its Priests." Bishop Remy Augustin,

"As a matter of fact," he said, The international commission -;a Haitian. was expelled several

"the armed forces are encour-j of jurists, a nongovern- months later, the commission

HOLY NAME ACADEMY aging Catholic chaplains to attend i i mental body composed of leading .]noted.

; SAN ANTONIO Biblical institutes at difj j\ judges, attorneys and law The commission also asserted

fetrent service bases. Many J]professors I n about 30 countries i that Dacius Benoit the Christian -
Benedictine Sisters
Conducted by the DRUG STORE
dioceses are also holding Biblical 1 I has Issued a recent report -i trade union leader, was i'i S
Resident and day school for girls Grades nine through
t institutes In the summer ]; declaring: ,;arrested, tortured and killed by
twelve Academic and commercial courses and private -kr
47 King Street for clergy and Religious"More Fjrt.hand documentation :1 the regime.
das f'1I In the fine arts are offered Extensive' campns with
: than 100 Scripture slOtvs!' that human ifghUand The statement concluded:

private lake In a healthful location provides opportunityfor ST. AUGUSTINE scholars attended the recent fundamental liberties! are totally ''The tyranny oppressing Haiti
all sports. meeting of the association here. disregarded by the Hali I i does not have the excuse of

FULLY. ACCREDITED The University of. San Fran- Ian government? ]ideology( its only object beingto

For further information addressSISTER VA 4-1687 cisco was host. for,:the three Referring in particular to :i ensure the future affluence I
days. ; -S ]Duvalier's "tonton :' macoute" I i of those now in power.? _


Page Six The Florida Catholic, Friday Sept. 13, 1963
Gemlike Chapel Shudders

Primate of Poland Seeks Justice

From 'Progress' PaduaPADUA

Cardinal Wyszynski DenouncesAnti (NC) -The Paduans are now faced with a

dilemma which is troubling other cities today: how to protect .

Catholic Policies of RedsBERLIN its art treasures in the machine age: to re-route traffic -'
sm '
or f-"".... 'A.I&O f'n u, ...u"u 6U.rr'"

The roof of the art-filled attached to keep its weight off
(NC) Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski has called for an end to discrimination the walls.
in has
Scrovegni Chapel Padua
against Catholics by Poland's communist rulers for the second time hi two weeks, been literally suspended to The immediate' danger thus

according to reports reaching here. -j- prevent its collapse.The relieved, a n architectural

The Polish Primate also urged the Red regime to respect the principles of Pope commission has been appoint
chapel's custodian recently -
John's encyclical Pacem in Terris which, he recalled, has been lauded "even by those __ a4a ,y i r noticed that iron rods ed to decide ,,-bat'to do next.

_. _
'L The small isolated
do not believe. chapel
when Polish Bishops want to as "disciplined citizens who do which connected opposite wallsto
Cardinal Wyszynski told his standing in, the center of down.
exercise their right to freedomof not need any control" and told keep them from bucklingout
country's government on Au' town Padua's public park con-
had broken. The entire
speech, "their mouths are the government that "it does
tains the celebrated frescoes of
gust 26: (
closed by censors." not have the right to prohibit INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITIES chapel was immediately en-
"We are still waiting for the Giotto, a master of the 14th
in frame of tubular
Cardinal ata everything. Officials of universities who attended the recent D.C. compassed a -
realization of justice in our Wyszynski spoke Washington, meeting of the steel scaffolding to century.
Mass at the national Marian In his address the International Federation of Catholic Universities included
homeland, not only for privileged August Bishop H. van Waeyen- which the roof has been Along with the Basilica of
groups but for all the shrine of Our Lady of Czesto- Cardinal reminded the regimeof bergh (left) of Louvain and Monsignor William J. :McDonald of Catholic Universityof now Saint Anthony and the ancient

people, especially the Catholic chowa, where 60,000 Catholicshad the favorable reaction to America (at microphone). They are pictured on the White House lawn on a visit University of Padua! the chapelis

faithful"The gathered, two days before Pope John's encyclical even with President John F. Kennedy. Holy Name Rally numbered among the city's

Cardinal added that the scheduled start at the among non-Catholics and said most important monuments.The .

Jasna Gora monastery there of he hoped that this would pre- FreeaomSoonSaid chapel has survived

the annual meeting of Polish sage better Church-State rela- Church World Lauded for WorkIn threats of war and spoilage for 1

r"iJ ;fuun"t m' Bishops. tions. He stated: UnlikelyFor 1 six and a half centuries.It .

On the feast of the Assumption "We share the enthusiasmfor Puerto Rico was an'object of concern
A. H. Craig Kondal L. Bennett Swiss Guards Dies in PrisonROME
Ambulance Service the Primate had spoken at the encyclical because we throughput the art world when
VA 4-1673 the same place and sharply hope that sooner or later the Cardinal VATICAN CITY (XC)-Five (XC) Father Ma- MAYAGUEZC) The Austrian bombs fell on the

ST. AUGUSTINE criticized government effortsto Church and the Catholic recruits have been swprn into thias Zeng Sin Teh, 52, of the increasing virility of the city during World War I. And

stop 100,000 pilgrims from faithful will enjoy the rightof ASSISI, Italy (XC) -Fran- the Swiss Guards, bringing the Shanghai diocese has' died in Catholic Church in Puerto Rico when, on a night in :March

gathering there on the pretextof assembly now enjoyed by ziskus Cardinal Koenig has number of the personal body prison in Red China, a mission was lauded by Archbishop 1944, a cluster of block busters

branded as false recent reports guard of Pope Paul VI to 96. Emanuele Clarizio, apostolic
BEACH MEMORIAL a smallpox outbreak. He certain political organiza- news agency reported.The fell a few hundred feet nearby
CHAPEL noted that travel restrictions tions." that Jozsef Cardinal :Slinds- Full complement is 100. The Priest had been' condemned nuncio to the Dominican Republic Paduans began to think that it
St. Petersburg Beach 360-5577' because of the outbreak applied Speaking out against restric- zenty, primate of communist. recruits will take a special to forced labor for giv- at the closing of the had a charmed life.
ruled Hungary, will soon be course of studies for a month. Holy Name Society conventionhere
only to pilgrimages and tions on Church activities and ing news of himself to 'imperialists" The charm now .holds only

SEMINOLE BEACH not to ordinary tourist travel. government efforts to limit free or able to come to Rome. After a year they will become in Hong Kong, according in .early September. by a few strings however, and

MEMORIAL CHAPEL He praised the Catholics who Catholic influence, the Primate The Archbishop of Vienna full members of the guard. to Fides, a news service Some 8,000 men from various some of these are broken.
St. Feteribnrr l907
had come there as "tourists" stressed that Pope John taught spoke at a press conference.He Cardinal Tours Ship published here by the Sacred -sections of the island participated The wear of time 15 not

that to attain peace and justicemen's disclosed for the first time GEXOA (XC)-Giuseppe Car- Congregation for the Clarizio in the rally. Archbishop the hole culprit nor is the
that he was on a special mission Propagation of the Faith. whose jurisdiction includes
rights must be respect tremendous shaking that the!
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone for the late Pope John dinal Siri!, Archbishop of Genoa, Puerto Rico, said he
ed. He called the late Pontiff'sencyclical chapel received during that
toured American cruiser
847-3131 XXIII when he went to Hun- an Class Holds Reunion soon will return to Rome and
charter of individual
a the USS Little Rock, and bombing 19 years ago.
gave will be happy to the
KISSIMMEE"OLDEST t 0 see Cardinal Minds- report
liberties and continued: CASTELGAXDOLFO (XC)-
his to'the The main-thoroughfare leading
crew. healthy state of the Church in
IX CENTRAL FLORIDA"OperatJng zenty, who has been living in diocese
The of Brescia's ordina-
"The Holy Father said the The 57-year-old churchmanwas from the center of the cityto
Puerto. Rico.
Under Same Name and Management asylum at the United States .
tion class of 1920 which included
basic rights of man are protection the guest of Admiral WIlLiam the train terminal runs justa
legation in Budapest since He praised particularly the
Paul VI held
from bodily harm and Pope a the
Gentner recently. He was few score feet from
'' the supply of the necessities of 1956. received by Gentner and his reunion at the papal summer work of the Island's hierarchy chapel and. its garden. con.
PHONE of his mission to
877.7524Q. Speaking
life, including food, clothing, entire staff at nearby Calata residence here. and of the Holy Name slant flow of heavy buses and
Hungary he said
housing, health protection and Zingari, where the Little Rockis The Pope a nd seven other Society. trucks rumbles along it.

P. B 0 Z A RtYERitd CtZetEL jest after work, as wen as the "I have been an ambassador anchored, and then escorted Priests were all ordained 43 TJP 2Wn clay rD.D'Yf'.D1)D.D ran.c Vibration, carried throughScrovegni

3PD9 A> AA>>)fNA Ayf 4ca4caCe. abCc alaY l') r ? .9 odcd ,< \0.4atad. zov.U e Kc&: k y,t ccC c des aaC aa ss Sale 535s'hD SDt51)\'t oS
toward tn&ridua) SaggSa
TAMPA T. State per- > thS city's main streets to the 'l1lP S7-th waSSa v5
LORtOAj Food Short in China
sons." whether I shall be one again. Brescia. Most of the Pontiff'sclassmates baseball park where auxiliary ChapeL

Man also has a right, he That will depend on the situa- HOXG KOXG (XC)-Travel- are pastors of small Bishop Luis Aponte Martinezof

said to moral ani cultural tion and on the will of the lers reaching here from Red towns in the Brescia dioceseof Ponce offered an outdoor

JOlIN S. RHODES JI?. values and to the opportunity Vatican. China tell of food shortagesthere. northern Italy. Mass for the Intention of Increased
"Perhaps journalists not
to "praise Cod accordingto are The Pope embraced each of vocations to the Priest
his conscience." very content with me becauseI "A German woman marriedto
FUNERAL DIRECTOR his classmates, talked with hood.
He said government restric- have said nothing about my a Chinese and living in them about old times and heard
1721 CLEARWATER Phone 446-3055 missions into various The convention adopted resolutions
Gulf-To-Bay commu- China for 39 years was finally
tions on the Church are proof about their activities since he
nist countries." allowed to leave the which denounced immoral lr1Y i iLI IM
that in Poland "this right is country last saw them. He gave eachof

not equally available to all." Then he pointed out that after a four year effort" reported them a chalice and a rosary. movies and TV shows

he is still not free to divulge Father James F. Smith and called for establishmentof
GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME Cardinal Wyszynski cited ..ed A.f s. A.11 f 4
anything about his missions.He
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ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6000 Marina Drive camps from attending Mass been claiming recently, her monthly food rations dur- coordinating commission held family life problems.
that Cardinal Mindzenty will the Her
ing past year. meager
the seminaries.He its fourth and probably its
and closing of .
be free to leave the U.S.
diet consisted of one egg, two
had referred to these in his final meeting during the, interim HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir
legation. ounces of meat, two ounces of
BRETT FUNERAL HOME earlier address on the Feast of period between the coun
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yW"* IIAIXES CITY Miry 7. 3. 10:30 Incarnation 6:30. 8, 9:30. 11 ,Service For 61 Years
Good Counsel 8;301IART.01Y Transfiguration ':10 MAYPOKT Queen of Martyrs
1hft1dllt 9:30 9. 10:15. 11:30
H.\WTUOKMISt St. John 7:30.
-I 4"w: St. Thomas 8:30. 10:10 Philip Neri 10:30 MELUOURNB St. Martha,
"yv1yp BAY FINES Lady of Lourdes 8,. 1. 10, 11 C15. 3. t, 10, 11:15. 12:15
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St. Theresa 9 St. Jerome 8, 10 Queen of Peace 7:30. 3. 10li 3. 9:15. 10:15. 11:30
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BUSHNELI.St Crucifixion .:30 7. E. I:li. 10:30. 12 St Joseph 7. I, 9:20 11
Lawrence 9:30 Holy Rosary I, 8. 9:30. 11:30 St Andrew St Jude '1, 8:15. 9:30. 11, 1%::0
CALLAHAN Immaculate Conception ':10, 3. 9:30,11,13:15 St Mary I:15, 8, 9. 10. 11, 12
Our Lady of Consolation ':11 S:36. 8:30. 10, 12:10) St Charles St Paul
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Howell Rd. I Normandy School 8, 10 St James 6. 7. E. ,. 10. 11.12 St Raphael 7.3:30,10,11:30
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Holy Name t. 10. 11:15 Paxon High 9:30 1, E. !. 10, 11:15 12:30 7:30. 1. 10:15. 11:30
CHCLUOTASportsman's Resurrection McCoy Air Base t. 10. 12:30 TALLAHASSEE
Zeller, Kennedy & Hamlinff Club T:10 Swisher Aud. 7:45.<< 10:20 12 Orlando Air Ban Blessed Sacrament
CLEARWATERSt : Sacred Heart I, 10. 11:15 7:30. 9-4S. 12:30 7, t, 10:30. 11:30
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tJ 1I R&b mItOOOTh: CLERMONT 7. 8:30. ':10, 10:30. 11:20 St Brendan 7:30. !. 10:30. 12 St Eugene: 11:30
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COCOA BEACH St Paul 1. 8:20. 10. 11, 12 Monica T. 10:45PALM Blessed Sacrament 8:30, 11:30 ...
Our Saviour 7:30. 8:45. 11 BAT
St Pius q. 9. 11
the King
AMBULANCE SERVICE COXWAT San Jose 7. ':30' 12JACKSONVILLE St. Joseph I, 19 Christ C. 7:45. I, 1015. 11:30. 12'30 Part Blvd. & 43th St. No.
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St William 8:30 Most Holy Redeemer .
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KISSIKMEK 1, 8.30, 10, 11:15 12:30
CRYSTAL miYEB Sacred Heart ;
St. Benedict T, ':11 Holy Redeemer 7:30. ':U, 11 6. s. 9:30. 11. 12 Chapel 9 lIIIUUlCUU'
SERVICING DADE CITY KOBONASt PLANT CITY Perpetual Help Serving St. Petersburg Families For 40 r _
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St. Hits t:>0. 8. 10. 11 Mary 7:30 Ct, Clement S. :11.10:11
PORT OKANGE: 6, 7, t, 9, 10. 11:30.. 12:30 3.
Ride Manor 7:38 LAKE CITY 7. I, ,. 10:15. 11:30 1
; 3. 10, 11:28 St Joseph
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LAKELAND: St, Xrnatlus SQCINCT W. Hlllsborourh :
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BAGGETT-MclNTOSH Inc. Ascension t. 10. 11:11
SUtTON Lady of Rosary 8, 10 Benedict 8:20. 9ST. Dean Rd. School 8:45
St. Ambrose 7, 19:30 LARGO CLOUD TESla
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l i WINTER PARK Schools Given .v .! i4t '4 t I. ORLANDO

Bus Route ServiceWEST .
County F

MILFORD (NC) Presented with a petition GIVE US A TRIAL FOR 7H

: signed by 3027 citizens, the West Milford board of education FINEST SEAFOOD AND

OFFICE SUPPLIESMl has reversed an earlier decision and agreed to provide 1 ROAST BEEF ANYWHERE

900 go. Or ando 7-2652 Ave, R.P.Gray's ; direct bus transportation to two parochial schools for 48C ; 1 I Phone GA 4-4531

I children.The 3974 So. Or. Bl. Trail
In such established schooroute" ] c
decision averted enrollment .
also be
must provided
Jewelers I of the children in public students "
any non
schools, some grades of which profit schooL r' acMOrxA

CLOCK REPAIRALL already are on double sessions. PARK '
MAKES Such transportation was provided :
The petitioners included non. here to last be: :, FLORISTFLOWERS
2003 Edgewater- GA 2-2974 up year G %,
Catholics who asked the boardto
< the school district had
Next to Publix > r BY WIRE
spend an estimated $5000 to
to send some students to near 3-5771
a. ; 2120 Edgewater-GA
provide transportation rather by Butler and bus I t
runs passed S
w Orlando Nile GA 2-0894
Complete Pest Control than face construction and< a S A .S iy
St. Joseph's School Macopin, 4 .4 1 \ S r
teaching costs for another 480! n '5r 1
LEWIS COBBEXTERMINATING and Queen of Peace School, r

CO. pupils. Ewitt. The routes were revisec

Incorporated 19161S20 The board voted the rides this year as the district nt I rw Children'sClothes

IHUred Dr.-P.O. Box 214S 11 hen a "committee for improved longer sends students to Butler -1k e

Orlando 241.340 education" (CIE) The parochial schools would .k LineFinest
pledged to repay all expenditures \ w
have been forced to operate
if the procedure is .Z, t. : : In Clothing
Herman J. Heidrich found illegal by the courts. shuttle service if direct service ,_-.'" ''''''.,.arars :' ".-1 I PAP vi drtt N..III* w X vwjKdKCwater Rl'lvt..

& Sons The board earlier had saidit was not provided. GONE ARE THE DAY CAMP HOURS 22021 Dr. GA t."" I

Grower and Shipper was in sympathy with the< A day ramp sponsored by

or Fancy Fruit and Vegetable request but could not legally Joe Williams the Confraternity of Chris.

provide bus rides understate
pitted a successful set en. FINE WRITINGrAFF.RSOFFICR
law. Highest Art ExemplifiedIn EQUIPMENT
week schedule at Christ the ALL ARTISTS f'CI'rLlfSCAREJo'ULLY :
A start toward litigation has
r. King parish, Jacksonville
I been made. The case is now Talent GREETING CARDS
DINING ROOM before state education commissioner ,'l1 x Spahn's Pitching The parish CCI unit is SCHOOL SUPPLIES .
IN THE HOLIDAY 1-:'. the
planning to enlarge day
MIEN BETTER FOOD IS Frederick M. Raubinger, BRADFORDSStationers -
SERVED WK WILL SERVE IT. who conducted hearings July THERE are certain gifted practitioners 0 f the arts, camp next summer to include

4019 *PHONE'>o. Orange 2tl-liUm.3tl Trail 6 and 31. If his opinion is unfavorable and otherwise, you owe it to yourself to see other Jacksonville area par. Inc.

is at least once. Ishes, according to Father AV.
an appeal expected '4 a
Park Ave.
be taken the education Like Warren Edward the lefthandercinra Thomas Larkin, pastor of 310 ,
to to state / Spahn, greatest 4-7738
Advertisers appreciate It e// Phone MI
when mention board, from where it can $ .. ."'.... Michelangelo'U"'b".U Rnnnamtti. .. .Nnw,un .W..... "" Christ the King parish. Winter Park, Florida .

THE FLORIDA you CATHOLIC go to the courts. L not overdo it. What would the Milwaukee "The day camp fills a defi. Dave Sims Owner .

Thomas Byrnes, CIE president t pitcher know about sculpture, painting or Rite need for Catholics in this!

said the is area," Father Larkin said, ......
group lyric poems? Since you put it that way, -
"and \\were so pleaded! with
take the case "all the way ; what would the giant of the Renaissance

BILL BARDOE to the highest court" if neces ; t have known about the high hard one, the 7)) the results this year that we- RAY MEARS
FORD FACTORY DEALER : I tom want to offer the camp .,
sary.The t'-"p 'S. screwball, the slider? In this 19th year as to other parishes." JEWELERS
\ f rx ,
SAVE ON YOUR case could result in a big leaguer, the 42-year-old Spahn, currently The day camp wa! under
.ed and Operated lljP.
the first court Locally
NEW CAR DEAL r 20-5, has made this his 13th 20- the direction of Coach Gene MJRSEY
the state bus law since the
Fh. 650-3333 #i victory season. (The Yanks' Whitey Ford, Davis and :3Irs.: Arthur Boole, 31 Year In Jewelry Ilatl e.a
famed ,1947 Kverson 1
}1 a southpaw of no minor talenfhad ___... himself; :! faculty members of Christ the
United -n-L"---
Jhvy.iO the States Supreme
Winter Garden : Court held public funds .:..- Wvwb ..:":::si&j"a l been around 10 years before he got his first 20-win King school. Father Michael COMPLETESELECTION !

Member i) could be provided for trans- STARS JOIN IN AWARD season). Devine served as spiritual OF
What is there to be director of the camp.. Parish
St. Charles school about the Buf supposed congenitally
portation of parochial Stan :Musial and Auxiliary Bishop :Merlin J. Guil-
Parish falonian that has enabled him daft, a carry over slander from seminarians served as camp BISHOP MOORE
pupils.At foyle of San Francisco assist Jimmy Davenport in
pre- to last so long, pitch so bril- the Waddell era, which the counselors. A complete pro. "
Issue now Is how far 3 senting a 7th grade trophy to
Bay area championshipteam
liantly? Pennocks, Rixeys, Hubbelk gram of sport and education SCHOOL JEWELRYPhone
district may go in providing captain Glen Marchant: of Holy Name parish. providedeach
"I've been lucky, he says. and Fords have resoundingly al enrichment was

irT\ DIAPER transportation.The "I've never had a sore arm." repudiated.As day Father Larkin said. GA 2.3652
first section of the law Educator Offers Programlaymen's -
There's considerably more to There Mere J81 campers registeied.
for Warren Edward
SERVICE I Ie makes it possible for boards to
It than that. This incident .
Spahn, he is distinctly the
provide rides to pupils of IjJWIRS
2309 L ROIINSON AYL private non-profit schools. However Help Sought In serves to enlighten. Spring thinking man's pitcher. If his The enlarged ramp will he

training had just got under longevity and sustained effectiveness in session from June 29 until 9 .
section has
Fans earn train w MAPERBIC Mnscmceiocfts the second
.. IA OIATOV nsnro way in the Braves' Florida can explained by August 7 dining 1904.
*lAIrs HEALTH,rpmtss*tonrCKT been consistently interpretedby Solving School ProblemsBROOKLYN
SA.ITAer.tooo.uE.auPLPAlts f'O*tll.A'trn.cs OIAPas' state officials to mean transportation camp. I sat on the bench with anyone factor it would haveto
e tout ftCWIA1V MAftA&kC Charley Dressen, newly appointed } be on the basis of intelligence Why not live in Monterey or Meadow Brook Acres?

,D18 P BAQQ&. must be limited to (NC-The crisis in Catholic education manager. not only in executionbut W e have a home designed for jour family
a.ancawfufl existing routes. cannot be solved without the full assistance of laymen,, ,Suddenly Dressen gave a in anticipation."This -

Parents here challenge that Father William M.: Roche, superintendent of schools of the: start, "Look at that old guy. business is like any DEMETREE BUILDERS-
t S DIm umcr puosnr xa*. interpretation.They .
Rochester diocese has said If any of my other pitchers did other," he has repeatedlysaid
say the section simplysets here. responsIb111ty for eaucaunjtheir .3.1 g: that this early I'd shoot him." can't still. :5307 East Colonial Drive CR 7-1922!}:!
the minimum of service to "
., Spahn was fielding grounders
Preaching in St. James pro
Unlike others who waited
and does not
be provided prevent Father Roche offered a
deep back of second base
cathedral on September 8 at INSURANCEFIRE
until their payoff pitch had ALL TYPES OF
board from providing
a annual exercises opening the three-polnt program: and making; the long return AUTO LIABILITY LIFEA
begun to lose its pristine glow,
maximum service. school year, he declared: 1. "Let us ask parents wha t; throw to the plate. X TIiON Y J. DICARLO

T h e section in question "With their (laymen's) help, there is about a religious vocation .. "I've been doing it for years," Spahn was quietly developing ball Representing
supplementaries, a screw
states that where transportation present shortages can be supplied especially to the communities ., he shrugged. "I want to make JOILV E. MUROSKI AGENCY
was added, then a slider, nowa Bus. Phone: GA 4-0223: Res. Phone: GA 3-4015
Is provided public school without it Nor of teaching Sisters, tha t; sure my arm is strong before
ri ; knuckler is in the works. 3407 SOUTH ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL ORLANDO
RACKS students, "transportation from should we feel hesitant in ask- makes so many of them figh t; I even try to pitch. The long

any point in such established ing them: these are the same< to keep their daughters out oj f: throw helps." Whether or not that other

Write for Free Catalog school route to any other point parents who have the primary the convent." Some of the game's most remarkable -stupendous lefty, Signor Michelangelo

Do laymen understand the: pitchers have been had lost his fast Central Florida School Supply Inc.

CHICK WITH bV MO.-dA 0" stu Joys of a vocation and if no t; left-handers, among them, ball in the sculpturepaintingleague

FAIRVIEW PopeTellsUNMeelOf "does the guilt boomerang bad: Eddie Plank, Rube Waddell, history does not record, Textbooks Workbooks School Supplies
133 East ROBINSON .'" but it is undisputable that in
us, clergy and Religious,1or Wilbur
Cleaners & upon Cooper, Rube Mar-
ORLANDO.fLA. Laundry Interest In do present religious com. the end he turned to sonnets
quard, Eppa Rixey, Lefty Visual Aids-Art Supplies Microscopes
Call Toll 241-3431 FreesOrlando FeaturingDependable munities need to be modernized .. Grove, Carl Hubbell, Herb and madrigals and con

l:acs Gallle S6-157 Fabric Care Aiding TourismCASTELGAXDOLFO ? he asked. Pennock. tinued to dazzle the critics. NEW AND USED AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT

Daytona Beach S3S-202 4315 Edgewater Dr., Orlando 2. "Let us ask the lay peo- Plank and Cooper I didn'tsee. Ph. 422-5409

(XQ- pie who want their children And my only look at Waddell 20 N. KENT ST. ORLANDO ,

t Pope Paul VI has explained to educated with sound moral was in an exhibition game Diocesan High -,

participants in the United and spiritual values, how when he flamboyantly dismissed -.
WATKiNS Nations first world conferenceon much they are willing to sac. the outfield (as he often School Football MARYLAND FRIED

tourism why the Churchtoo rifice did in non-league games) and SchedulesST. DINNERS TO GO

PAINT WALL PAPER is interested in tourism.He "Are today's Catholics, withbetter l pitched three scoreless innings Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ 1.00

gave two reasons: people incomes, more comforts,, against Memphis. JOSEPH
Bucket O'Chicken $3.95
ORLANDO WINTER PARK who are traveling must be and a much higher standard oi f: Until Spahn came along I "Flashes"Sept. Family

I helped by religion and immunized living making sacrifices proportionately .. rated Grove supreme among 20 At Keystone heightsSept. Fish Dinner $1.00 I

i against "dissipation as great as did the! lefties. lIe was a 20-game 28 CallahanOct. Shrimp Dinner $1.15
and moral collapse," and religion Catholics of a generation ?', JfiyfN
ago winner
eight times (seven 4 At BunnellOct. Intl SOW LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
q 6
THOMSON & McKINNONIN and tourism are often 3. "Let us ask how hard they in a row), one season win. 11 Florida D & B Hwy. 17-92 Fern Park TE 8-3314

joined in pilgrimages. are working to achieve justicefor ning 31 while losing four.Mickey Oct. 18 At HastingsOct. 2740 S. Orange: Bl. Tn, Orlando CH 1.1=
ORLANDO SINCE 1924 lIe said: "Faith sustainsthe their children. Since th Cochrane who 24 At Baldwin Silver Star & Pine Hills Rd. CV 3-0"202Edgcwater ;

Member New York Stock Exchange traveler, prayer consoles rights of the family in educa. caught him Insisted he was Nov. 1 (open) & Lee Rd. 293-9839
him penitence strengthenshim Lake Barton Rd. & E. Colonial 277-6210
tion are being effectively denied faster than Walter Johnson, Nov. 8 Crescent City .
and other principal exchanges religious fervor makes to many today, because oi f which I happen to doubt. But Nov., 16 Father Lopez 2100 French Ave, Sanford 322-9142

his voyage memorable. high costs, then it is the dut y Grove was through at 40 (by Xov. 22 At Oviedo
CORNER CENTRAL & MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 27183Parish The referred at the
Pope .
of the State to see that theserichts quality standards, two years :

outset of his speech to the dif gn of narents. are_ denied_______ _nt__) ear: li'er, icaujr..":....11nU"j. lie".: gui nn* his ovum'V\fi Vl BISHOP KENNY TilE BIG PLAZA

ficulties the conference has: longer win in his 17th season and then "Crusaders"Sept. OF BIGNESSWhat

PHARMACY Guide been experiencing. African delegates "And it is squarely the responsibility quit. "I knew I didn't have anymore 20 At Bolles THE VIRTUE ;

supported by delegatesfrom of the parent to winning games in my Sept 27 DupontOct. are the virtues of bigness; What advantages are
Arab and communist "At St. Hi offered to shoppers?
this cause to legislators. he said. Augustine ,
carry arm stores srllinc the same types of merchandise -
countries, demanded that dele- Father Roche declared that Grove farmer Oct. 11 At Starke Variety Many wide selection of
Your Doctor's a tough-fiber give the shopper an extremely
Prescriptions gates from South Africa and Oct. 18 Englewood'
educators should provide "an was physically superior to price and model

Will Be Filled At Portugal be barred. Their ob-adequate forum for the par. Spahn who, at (H), 175 pounds, Oct. 26 Green Cove Sprgs. Economy Many stores selling the same type of merchandise .

Promptly structionist tactics have impeded ents to discuss educational would not seem to be put together N'ov. 1 Bishop I Moore creates a very competitive situation resulting in

discussions on easing At KibanltN'ov. lower
N'ov. 8 prices.
problems with us.
These Parish Pharmacies.St. for the long haul That's
o travel restrictions. 15 Lake Time Saving On s top shopping.# -
There is a great need foradvisory the remarkable thing about City .
Convenience Large free parting facilities. Space for
Pope Paul said: "Your conference Vov. 22 Fletcher -
committees of laymen,
him-how he continues withno 4000 cars at Colonial PJa7 .
We know, has not such as a school board and a apparent diminution of More and Better Customer Service A competitive situation '

Margaret Mary been lacking in serious diffi. home-school association in stamina. WALTER JMENGES between Plaza merchants and In addition their combined -.
culties as it progresses. with Catholic efforts to compete with other shopping areas resultsin
BILL PLANKS DRUGS every parish a He became a 20-game winner ,Clothier To MenThe -,-
"The causes and 'effects'these oJ school he said.Pilgrimage. excellent customer' service.COLONIAL.
for the first time In '47.
ALOMA LIGGETT REXALL difficulties are still cause Finest In Men's Wear -

PRESCRIPTIONS Phone 644-6559 for worry to Us. But We have And here he is, 18 years later 206 X. ORANGE AVE. PLAZA : .

ALOMV CENTERYellow learned with satisfaction thai: Planned only two games away from Across From St. James East Highway 50 at Bumby Orlando
rarUhlooert Are Invited T* t*.. Oar Chart Account and another
V.llurr; Srrvlc the conference, in limiting its PHILADELPHIA (NO one.

discussion to the specific domain -. The archdiocese of Philadelphia It is conceivable that John

St. James'STRAWDER'S of its competence, has: will sponsor a pilgrimage son's .416 is not beyond the "Your Personal Ban "

PHARMACY been able to continue its work., to Rome for the October 13 wizardry of the veteran's mil

beatification of Bishop JohnN. lion-dollar pitching arm.
Prescription Service At Its Best .: .
Advises Schools Neumann C.SS.R19th ot. r L
on century Actually, but for the war, kiiL

Now Under New Ownership-James W. Swan, Phg. SALFORD, England (XC) -. Bishop of Philadelphia. three years of which Spahn U

Fast Free Delivery 2700 S. Orange Blosom Trail GA 2.2316 Bishop George Beck A.A., ot:f The pilgrimage group will spent in combat, rising from AT WSKYSK PGt S '

S a If 0 rd. chairman of the e leave here by jet October 11 private to lieutenant in com- ..

Good_ Shepherd British Catholic education L and return October 19. Bishop bat, the 400 plateau would easily WINTER PARK; FLORIDA .

council, is visiting Nigeria at t Neumann's beatification was be within his reach if, in Complete Trust Department Services

Watt Pharmacy the request of that African na. originally announced for Junes deed, the balding, bony-faced S

GILLIAM'S CORNER .tion's Bishops to study it;i 23 but was postponed becauseof high-;idcking marvel had not ', SERVING THISCOMMUNITY FOR 4* YEARS r

Your Family Drug Store Prescriptions-Free Delivery school system and advise thE the illness and death of Pope by now already exceeded Mi 7.3000 Member F.DT.G.I ._

i .. Bishops on education problems.. John XXIII. Left-handers are popularly


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Page Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 13, 1963

w,5t-: Sr. Cecilia's Death Loss

History of America Stems I --' dMk

To St. Augustine Convent

From. Old I l ntx nd,. a ,
City's FoundingContinued a C. +X (C.atlaaed' from Pat On) sequently, she taught in Orlando
in touch perhaps passingby Palatka
Miami and
( from Page One) first! tabernacle of God the convent wall after class Jacksonville. She taught the
my desire to serve our Lord afternoon and stoppingfor
of ,
among m e DID Pascua longest in St. Augustine, 38
and His blessed mother.
a word of encouragementand
Florida. years, before she was retired
From Puerto Rico, Menen- a cheery hello from her.
This spot became the very from the teaching professionsome
dez and his companions + t Or passing her on narrow St.
cradle of Christianity in whatis &iEP I time ago.
sailed for Florida. her with
George Street on way
now the United States. Herein Many St. Augustine friends
They arrived off the Florida another
another Sister (usually
Florida the first missions attended the rosary for her on
coast on the feast of St. Augustine visit in
Irish missionary) to a
founded here the V the day she died as her body
sacrament {
August 28. Landingwas '. k the old Cathedral.
of Confirmation was first ''" :' #- rested in state in the convent
made by the Spaniards at Sister Mary Cecilia died on
administered, here In St. Augustine chapel. The next day, more
St. Augustine, on September 8, September 6 after a lingeringlast
was the first hospitaland local people came In goodly
1565, feast of the nativity of 2 illness. At her funeral the
the first school within the number to pay their last respects -
the Blessed Virgin Mary.As next day, held in the convent
present limits of the United to the old teacher who
the morning sun rose in States. chapel at 10:30: ajn, 80 Sistersof had become one might ventureto
the east, with pomp and St. Joseph gathered at the
pageantry, amid the thunder of Diocesan Priests, Jesuits, Dominicans .4 :( motherhouse for the Requiem say, much more American
than Irish, in her years in our
artillery and blast of trumpets, and Franciscans labored High Mass. Catholic schools.

the crimson and gold of the here through the cen- : : Father O Shea, celebrant, The Sisters' choir sang at her
banners of Castille and Aragon turies to win souls for Christ. T .. "I"i : <' zI spoke of the tribute of the pea funeral. Girls from St. Joseph
unfurled to the breezes of Ma. ;
For ple of St. Augustine to Sister's
400 years, almost with Academy student body formeda
tanzas Bay. out a break, the Christian ob :: ,j memory, attesting to the no- guard of honor as the remains -

Let Father Lopez who was jective of Menendez in colonizing ,. ; iOt... ,t bility of her life. He also officiated were carried from the

there, describe the event: Florida, has been carriedout. 1 : > Q:2 at the graveside when Sister chapel by c.s. Zim, John Ver-

"On Saturday, the 8th, the His dominant thought in was buried beside her be- saggi, Maurice O'Brien Durbec

general landed with many colonizing was expressed by v4 F .. loved Sisters and superiors in Pamies, Jack Lauper and
i J Mf
banners spread, to the soundof himself when he wrote: the Sisters' plot at San Lorenzo Frank Bond.
trumpets and salutes of "My ultimate object; and ''.f;;.... Cemetery. The Department of Education -
artillery. As I had gone desire is to that '::"n. .,::a:Y y..Sr :e'' : Sister Cecilia came from of the Diocese was repre-
procure r
d' Dublin
to this
ashore the before I < .I' country as a
evening .i1. .., sented by Father Mortimer
Florida be settled in perpetu. tf young woman to enter the
took a cross and went to Danaher, director of schools.
ity so that the Holy Gospel 2 Plr. o Congregation of the Sisters of
meet him, singing the hymn v x ..ftt" r...R 7CICTFRC : Other Priests at the funeral

'Te Deum Laudamus.* The be extended and planted in ____mun u___!__w__ ____ ________ ____n_ ;.:, __ ___ _+_;____/s rc$ __ _____ + m____m___-____< < ) St. Joseph on September 22, were Father Daniel C. Hegarty,
general marched up to the these provinces." ...,-- ...... ni"....- .iirrTfHTC.......&4"'!!...'U''" OJ .ItT...A4'U'nnn''U'.... OJ CTATTP....&&."...- .RT..,.... .ACTIRITW.................. Cf"'..lT(1l1T.....'U''"....., "' SIANDO She received the habit Father William F. Balfe and
cross, followed by all who accompanied These Sisters of the Precious with at the holy Father Antonio Pons.
The missionaries of early headquarters mo Mary Angeline C.PPJ5, principal Sister Angeline teaches the of the
community on August
him, and there years deserve the tribute of Blood from Dayton, Ohio, are therhouse in Dayton. Her Sisters and Sister Mary Ann eighth grade; Sister Ann Roselle 29, 1905, and made her religious Recover Jewels
they all kneeled and embraced succeeding generations. They the first of their congregationto in Orlando will live in a Roselle C.PP.S.
profession on the SAX JOSE: (NO Gems stolen -
the cross"Formal were isolated, off the beaten come to Florida. They have temporary St. Andrew convent.It The principal succeeds to the the third grade; and Sis feast of
St. Augustine, 1907. 13 at the shrineof
possession was takenof path of commerce and away come to teach in the St. Andrew is located at the corner of office held for the past two ter Jacqueline, the fifth grade. years' ago
Her first mission of the 59 Our Lady of the Angels, the
the land for God and King. from the centers of culture. School in the parish Balboa and Cortez Streets. years since the school openedin There are eight lay teacherson
years she served in this patroness of Costa Rica, have
Since the day was the feast They gave up voluntarily the which is staffed by Dayton's Father William G. Neidert 1961 by Father Cyril J. Kennedy .
the St. Andrew School
adopted land cf hers was in been found on a rural hill side
of the nativity of the Blessed advantages of comfortable live Precious Blood Priests. C.PPJ3. (right), pastor, welcomed C.PP.S., (left). Thus, Sister
. teaching staff. Loretto in North Florida. Sub- by a railroad worker.
Virgin Mary, solemn Mass was ing to spread the good news of Mother Mary Aquinas C.PP.S. this fall to the parish, Mary Angeline relieves the

;chanted in honor of Our Lady. the GospeL They were.the true is superior general of the from the left, Sister Mary assistant pastor for full-time

This offering of the Holy Sacri pathfinders and roadbuilders. Sisters of the Precious Blood Jacqueline C.PP.S., Sister parish work. f-

fice was the first such act in a They were crusaders for the --
Paul VIWarns
'permanent community in what Pope
Cross of Christ. Let us never

is now the United States. forget our spiritual heritage.

No doubt the other Spanish This country is, by its Communist Evil Ever Present

who to Florida P
expjprers came
very foundation, a Christian taci
'prior to Menendez, brought country. How important that (Continued from Page One) deafness of those who should labors. We also know many

their Priests with them, and the council has adopted as its; hear his words, because of the Priests must exercise their v wk
had Mass said wherever their we be continually reminded of diffidence which surrounds ministry in the hidden little

expeditions landed. However, that.How own.He remarked that this word I and isolates him, and because towns, without companionship,

no community sprang up as a doubly important in a can also be misunderstood as; of the indifference and lack of without help and without theo

result of their labor, and so no day when the whole world is an emphasis on the active "t > respect which disturb his min- comforts that would result

site marks their celebration of confronted with a way of the detriment of the interim istry and paralyze him. from them.

Mass. thinking and living which life and contemplation which 1 "We know how many pas"Both the former and the J ya

::; The first permanent settle- would destroy the cross and should have first place in our tors and assistant pastors exlatter often must live in dire

ment, therefore, in the United put in its place the hammer evaluation of religious things.:' ercise the care of souls in vast economic conditions, often op-
States, was inaugurated by the and sickle. How it is 4 l
important The then and populated areas where the posed and misunderstood and o.. ,' .
Pope pointed out "
offering of the Holy Mass. The that we recall what the cross that pastoral solicitude has number, mentality and the deforced to live on their own .: iE ,, i .
birthday of the Blessed Virgin means, what it meant to Me- Paul conclud- .
not changed the Church's mands of the inhabitants force resources, Pope .! (*..;. ,..-' ''.
Mary was also the birthday of nendez, what 1t meant to the ed. .
them to unceasing and tiring "
mind about communism.He ,
the oldest community in the Florida pioneers, and what it .Y "> .\. >

United States. must mean to us if we are to added that it would also Poland Loses Leader :

This spot, called by the live and plan and progress ina be wrong to see in the Church'| :j!
Spaniards "Xombre de DlosH way worthy of such inspira emphasis on pastoral activit r G !4"i

(Name of God), became the tion.GAINESVILLE'S "a rivalry with theological 1 Bishop Kaczmarek Dead; : I .s G-1

speculation." He said that the j ) 'i:

latter "retains its dignity and 1 Stood Firm Against Reds ', 't _
FINEST its excellence even if the im-
pelling needs of ecclesiastical i
life demand that sacred teach. BERLIN (NO) Bishop Czeslaw Kaczmarek of Father M. J. Kelly blessed language. He thanked them for they could receive the Sao
Polish the new statue of Our Lady of the honor given, in having rament of Penance in their
ing not remain purely specula Kielce, Poland, the only one of the many Bishops
the title under which chosen the Immaculate Con native language SaC;
tive, but be considered and I jailed during the Stalinist regime in Poland who was Charity, every
the Cubans especially veneratethe ception parish as the home of urday from 4 to 6 in the after
cultivated in the complete brought to trial, has died at the age of 68, it was learned .
JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM Blessed Virgin :Mary. At "Our Lady of Charity" in Jack noon.
framework of the Christianeconomy
ST. PATRICK'S PARISH AND SCHOOLHUGH ." here. reply to the Red regime's letter Our Lady's altar last Sundayin sonville. He urged them to keep At the end of the Mass, Jhr

His death took place (Aug. asking for Bishop Kaczmarek's the Immaculate Conception faithful to God and His Church, 1 blessed the statue and enshrin-.

G EDWARDS INC.N. Pope Paul said that the audience 26)) in Lublin, where he had removal, auxiliary Bishop Zgy- Church, Jacksonville, are, from inviting them to come to pray < for Bishops and
been in the hospital since the munt Choromanski Warsaw, left, Ernest McKinney, Father often at the foot of their patroness Cubans not only of Jacksonville *
E. 16th Ate. & 15th; Street Priest J ne him an opportunity end of July. His funeral was
secretary of the Polish heir- McCaul, Father Kelly and for the liberation of Cuba. but also from Gainesville<<'
to express his high held in Kielce three days later. archy, wrote that only the Holy Stephen Miller. Also announced by Father md Orlando attended last SUn-

esteem for pastors. Born in 1895 in the villagei See not the Polish episcopate Sunday, September 8, feastof Kelly is the parish plan that .
"We Ourself haVe been j i of Ligowc, in the Plock dioc- or the government_ the Nativity of the Blessed beginning with the "irst Sunday The efforts of Father Ken?

pastor, first in a diocese ,. cese, the Bishop was ordained could remove him from the Virgin, the Cuban people also in October, he will offer ire appreciated by the Cubansfor :

and now on this Chair of Peter in 1922. Pope Pius XI namedr government of his diocese. celebrate the feast of their Mass every Sunday at 11 a.m. 1 providing them the needs

to which We are called by him Bishop of Kielce in Mays In a letter written on behalf patron, Our Lady of Charity. especially for the Cubans of ()f religion in their native.

Christ to feed the flocks of 5 of 1938. of the hierarchy in July, Father Kelly, pastor, celebrated the Jacksonville area. He said t;ongue.GREGG'S .

Church." He continued: Arrested by the Polish com- 1959, Bishop Choromanskiasked Mass at 11 o'clock in the

"We must encourage the munist regime in 1951, he was that government action morning especially for the

pastors of souls the Bishop 5 tried in 1953 on charges of "an- against Bishop Kaczmarek be Cubans residing in the Jacksonville HOME OF FLOWERS

and especially the pastors, and I tistate activities" including withdrawn. The regime did : area.Honoring. !Lakeland's Only Downtown Florist _
all others dedicated to pastoral]I "spying" for the Vatican. He not grant the request.
cares because We know under was convicted and sentenced Early in February of 1960 it
of Cuban families
group presented
what conditions they labor: to 12 years at hard labor. was reported that 500 Priestsof to Immaculate Con 318 South Florida Avenue MU 2.8427

today. Close to a score of other the Kielce See were summoned ception Church a statue of

"The spiritual state of the Polish Bishops were also im- by local government au Our Lady of Charity.

world today presents enor- prisioned at that time, but thorities and told they could During Mass, after readingthe FOR BETTER GROVES AND CROPS USE .

mous difficulties some of Bishop Kaczmarek was the no longer obey their Bishop. Gospel of the day in Spanish

: which were unknown until only one was was actually The letter warned Priests that Father Kelly addressed the Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite

yesterday," he said. tried. anyone attempting to carry Cubans present in their native

"We know what apprehen. After the present regime led out the "illegal" orders issued & Hi-Calcium Lime

by communist chieftain Wlady- by the Bishop would be liableto
sions weigh so often on the LOUIS W. PETERSON
what suf. slaw Gomulka came to powert prosecution.But FROM
heart of a Bishop, Agents for
"'- ferings often afflict him, nol in 1956 the Bishop was freedf Bishop Kaczmarek B.rlJn..n Broi.. Inc.

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