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Fr. Avila Heads New Bedford Parish

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Fall River, Mass., Th~rsdaYI May 7, 1964 Vol. 8, No. 19 ©

1964 The Anchor

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FR. J. M. B. e AVILA

FR.L. G.MENDONCA

, FR. M. M. RESENDEB

Explains Council's Action On Devotion to Mary

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The transfer of' a Cape Cod pastor and a Fall River administrator together with

the appointment of a new Fall River administrator and the shifting of two New Bedford

curates has been announced by the Most Rev. James L. Connolly, Bishop of Fall River.

The new assignments, announced by the Diocesan Ordianry, are effective next week.

By Rev. John R. FoIster They are: .

Rev. Luiz G. Mendonca, ad- St. John the BaptI.st Church, Rev. Jose M. Bettencourt e st. Anthony Church - New Bedford Avila, pastor of St. Anthony ministrator of Our Lady of New Bedford, as aSSIstant. Father Avila How has Vatican II affected the devotion to .Mary? Church. :East Falmouth to Our Health Church, Fall River, to St. The new pastor of Mt. Carniek Father Eamon R. Carroll, O.Carm., associate professor of Lady of Mount Carmel' Church, Anthony Church, East Falmouth, New Bedford, as pastor. as pastor. Church, New Bedford, Father theology at the Catholic University, Washington, D.C., ex­ , Rev. Manuel M. Resendes, as- Avila was born on Nov. 16, 1906, plained the Fathers' aCtion in an article for the NCWC sistant at Immaculate Conception in Rosais, San Jorge, Azores, the Church, New Bedford, to Our son of Rosa Silveira de Anches News Service. In a proce­ will make the Church more un.. Lady of Health Church; Fall and the late Joao Marie Betten­ dw-al vote in October 1963, derstandabie and attractive to Riv~r, as administrator. court e Avila. He studied philo­ the biRhops decided by a slim the modern mind. Re\1. George E. Amaral, as- sophy and theology at St. Mary'. The tradition­ majority to discuss, Our sis,tam at St. John the Baptist Seminary in Baltimore and was Lady not in a separate schema, al truths about Church, New Bedford, to Im- ordained by the late Bishop originally proposed, but as a Mary retain maculate Conception, Church, Cassidy on June 14, 1930 in st. chapter in the larger schema on their full valid­ New Bedford, as assistant. ' ' Mary's Cathedral, Fall River. ~he Church. , fty: she is the P. Ferreir,a, a~Father Avila served as an as­ Rev. Manuel one conceived . An immense amoilnt has been sistant at Our Lady of Mount sistant at St. Anthony's Church. ..ublishec,l about the signifi~an<:e without origi­ Carmel Church, New Bedford, to Turn to Page Eleven , VATICAN CITY (NC) ­

of this move. Some' reports nal sin, the characterized it as a "de-emp~a_, ever _ Vir gin

Pope Paul VI has made a

sis" of Mary. The fact is that the Mother of God,

special appeal for prayers in council was not playing down taken to the a letter to the world's b.ish­ Mary but attempting to present wmpany of the ops. Marian doctrine in.a way that Turn to Page Thir:tytwo Happy that the bishops "are preparing themselves with the greatest diligence for the third The Catholic Teachers Association of the Diocese of ~ssion of the council," the Pon_ Fall River will hold 'its Ninth Annual Convention next tiU declared that "such an event Thursday and Friday, May 14 and 15, at Bishop Feehan calls therefore for the over­ flowing virtue of the Holy Spirit High School in At,tleboro. Over 800 religious and lay teachers Who fills minds with enligp.ten- who staff the 71 sch90ls of display their materials, with NEWARK (NC)...:.-Youth 'crime was linked by fOur the diocese will convene to consultants on hand to give re­ Turn' to ~age Four New Jersey judges speaking here to the easy traffic in smut hear of' the latest develop­ .quired information. . .. . made possible by availability of indecent publications which ments 'in the educatioriai The keynote address will be -defies description" and inadequacy of anti-obscenity laws. world. A full program of experts given by Rev. Charle,S F. Don­ 'The Most Reverend Bishop in various educational areas will ovan, S. ,J., , Ph.D., academi6 The judges of Essex County "D l' ' ts . t' R I e mquen . commg before w~1I celebrate a Pontifical An­ speak to elementary and high vi<;e-president and dean of Bos­ J uvem.] e and D omes IC e a- the court" they said '''h niversary Requiem Mass in St. school teachers' on topics varying ton College.' Other featured tions Court in their 1963 available them in th~ pu:~~ Mary's Cathedral, Fall River, from teaching high'school seniors speakers will be Very Rev.' annual report asser,ted the market a' vast array of crime on Friday, oMay IS, at 10 in about Communism to' teaching Arthur T. Geoghegan, S.T.D., rise in juvenile crime and the stories, masochistic, fetishistic the morning, tor the repose of first graders reading. superintendent of Schools for upswing in anti-social behavior and obscene magazines contain­ the soul of the late Most Rev. the Diocese of Providence, aneJ: by young people is reflected in ing borderline or lewd stories. In addition, 100 companies Rev. Thomas E. Lawton, C.S.C .James E. Cassidy, third Bishop the number of youths involved 'The availability of such' pubU'which produce textbooks and of the Diocese, who died May Turn to Page Ten ' in sex offenses. Turn to Page Four 17, 1951. other educational materials will

Pope Asks For 'Unity Prayers

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Diocesan Teachers Meet At ,Attleboro May 14, 15

Judges Blame Easy Traffic In Smut for Youth Crime

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Faithful "We don't set quotas. We just set records," said 1964 Catholic Charities Appeal Lay Chairman Larry New­ man of Hyannis today as the initial returns in the '29 Hearts in l' campaign mounted to $243.907.60. "Weare more than pleased by the angelic works of the more fortunate diocesan faithful as they remember their less fortu­ nate brothers," Mr. Newman as­ serted as he evaluated the early returns from the 110 parishes throughout the diocese. "The first returns would seem to indicate ,that more peo­ ple a~ trying to do' just a little more," he 0 hs er v e d.

Remember noting that the returns as of this date, compared with the, same period last year, are slightly higher. "I sincerely hope the gain continues through next Wednesday, the final day of the 1964 appeal," the Hyannis lay director dedared. He also announced that for the second consecutive year Our Lady of the Angels Parish, Fall River; is the first Parish to achieve the honor roll by ex­ ceeding its 1963 final total. "The survey made on Sunday evening and the many personal contacts we have at Head­ quarters," Newman said, "con-, , , vince us that parish committee­ men are working hard and will 'continue to do so until' their '

Less Fortunate

wntacts are all successfully completed, We are all very happy to hear that the number of ten dollar contributions is increasing noticeably. This is a healthy sign. , "Many Spec~al Gifts and Parish contributions are still to' be reported. It would help move the entire Appeal to a success­ ful conclusion if all committee­ men would make frequent re­ turns to their headquarters. At' this point it is impossible to make a flat prediction of the final outcome. The next few days, especially the coming weekend, will determine the de_ gree of success 'for many parish committees. The example set by , Our La<iy of the Angels is an.

example to all that concentl'ated, organization and dedication are 'most effective." Although the ,Appeal extends until the 15th of the month, Parish chairmen are urging their captains and collectors to make all contacts as soon as possible so that returns to the main of­ fice can be made soon. In this way, also, return' calls can be made 'and every parishioner given an opportunity of making his donation or pledge. Indications are that asignifi­ cant number of persons are taking advantage of the pledge system, which is available for gifts of $10 or more, to make a larger donation than they would otherwise feel able to make.

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THE -ANCHOR-Diocese of Fait

May'7, 1964 '

J)iocesan Council of Catholic, Women

To Convene Saturday at Taunton

Diocese of Fa II River OFFICIAL TRANSFERS Rev. Jose M. Bettencourt e Avila, pastor of St. Anthony Chu.rcl1, East Falmouth, tc Our Lady of M<luDt Carmel Church, New Bedf<lrd. Rev. Luiz G. Mendonca, administrator of Our Lady of, Health Church, Fall River, to St. Anthony Church, East Falmouth as pastor. Rev. Manuel M. Resendes, assistant at Immaculate Son­ ception Church, New Bedford, to Our Lady of Health, Fall River, 'as administrator. Effective date for pastors Wednesday, May 13, 1964. Rev. George E. Amaral, assistant at St. John the Baptist Church, New Bedford, to Immaculate Conception Church, New Bedford, as assistant. Rev. Manuel P. Ferreira, assistant at Our Lady 01 Mount Carmel Church, New Bedford, to St. John the Baptist Church, New Bedford, as assistant. ' Effective dates for assistants, Thursday, May 14, 1964.

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Parish Totals FALL IUVEil St" Mary $6,111.50 Blessed Sacrament 1,417.00 Espirito Santo 200.00 Holy Cross 200.00 Holy Name 4,528.50 Notre Dame 575.00 Our Lady of the Angtl16 5,161.50 Our Lady of Health 310.00 Immaculate Conception 3,395.50 4,016.50 Sacred Heart St. Anne 1,820.00 St. Anthony of Desert 745.00' St, John the Baptist 2,208.00 St. Joseph 3,468.50­ St. Louis 2,844.00 St. Matthew 550.00 St.' Michael 3,772.00 St. Patrick 3,931.55 85. Peter & Paul 1,125.00 St. Roch 1,228.50 St. Stanislaus 1,151.00 St. William 2,609.50 Santo Christo 2,000.00

TAUNTON Holy Family $1,360.00 Holy Rosary, 150.00 Immaculate Conception 4,103.30 Our Lady of Lourdes 360.00 St. Jacques 1,948.00 St. Joseph 605.00 st. Mary 3,699.00 St. Paul 1,115.00

NEW BEDFOIlD Holy Name $4,821.50 Holy Rosary 305.00 4,'Z64.25 Mt. Carmel O. L. of Perpetual Help 205.00 St. Anthony of Padua 2,751.00 375.00 St. Francis of Assisi st. Hyacinth 898.50 St. James 1,125.00 St. John the Baptist 265.00 St. Joseph 150.00 St. Kilian 2,744.00 St. Lawrence 1,569.00 St. Theresa 3,256.50

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st. John St. Joseph St. Stephen St. Theresa

$).,760.00 650.00 3,439.32 3,835.50

NOIlTH ATTLEBORO Sacred Heart St. Mary

$1,042.00 2,300.00

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Assonet--St. Bernard $1,055.00 Buzzards Bay­ 51. Margaret 3,402.00 Central Village­ st. John Baptist 1,617.50 Fairhaven-8t. Joseph 4,648.95 Falmouth-5t. Patrick 1,050.00 HyannisMay 10-3:00 P.M:, Holy Trin­ St. Fra'neis Xavier 9,227.00 ity, West Harwich. , 775.00 Mansfield-8t. Mary 4:()() P.M., OUi' Lady of the MattapoisettAssumption, New Bedford. St. Anthony 1,391.00 7:30 P.M., St. Fra~cis Xavier, 'NantucketHyannis; St. Casimir, New." Our Lady of the' Isle 275.00 Bedford. North EastonImmaculate Conception 800.00 North WestportOur Lady of Grace 1,770.50 FORTY HOURS Norton-St. Mary 250.00 Orleans1,718.00 St. Joan of Are May 10 - St. Patrick, Fal­ Provincetown­ mouth. . St. Peter 310.00 May 17-St. Casimir, New SandwichBedford. 475.00 Corpus Christi. Villa Fatima, Taunton. Seekonk-Mt. Carmel 3,172.75 May 24-St. Matthew, Fall SomersetRiver. 2,028.00 St. John of God St. Kilian, New Bedford. 3,992.00 St. Patrick 900.00 St. Thomas More May 31-St. Theresa's Con­ vent, Fall River. South Yarmouth Corpus' Christi, Sand­ 1,000.00 St. Pius Tenth wich. SwanseaOur Lady of J"atima 3,636.00 THE ARCHOI St. Dominic 2,248.00 SecOllll Class Postap Palel at Fill RIver. st. Louis of France 2,528.00 Mass, pubnshed every Thursday at 410 Wareham-St. Patrick 1,200.00 Hlghlane Avenue. Fall River Mass. by 1M Catholk: Press Of tile Diocese of Fall lllver. Westport-St. George 300.00 Subscription "Ice bJ ,l1li11. poatJraki $4.00 Woods Hole-St.Joseph 2'15.00

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. Mrs. Ri~hard .M. Paulson, chairman fo r the annual convention of the Diocesan Coun­ CIl of CatholIc Women, scheduled for this Saturday at Bishop Cassidy High School Taun­ ton announces. that luncheon ~ickets are sold out. The public is, however, invited to the aftern'lon seSSIOn of the meetmg, beginning at 2, which will feature as main speaker Msgr. Francis J. Lally, editor' . . of thl' Boston P'l t M LemIeux, .secretary; Mrs. Walter MISS. Martha Douglas, judge of . 10 ' . rs. Pelczarskl, treasurer. electtons; Mrs. Stanley Markow­ Paulson notes that BIShop Also Mrs. James Leith, regis-­ ski, souvenirs; Mrs. Francis M~ Connolly will also address tration; Mrs. Frederick English, rison, coffee hour. delegatl~s during the aftern<>on Il{)minati~g. committee; Mrs. ~'. Donahue, hospitalitJ; and will preside at Benediction James WIlhams, luncheon; Mrs. MISS DIane Renaud, pages. closing the day's program. Anthony Procopio, decorations; Diocesan Moderator Others responsible for con­ Mrs. Andrade will preside at vention arrangements as an­ the convention business sessioll nounced by Mrs. Aristides And­ and all preparations have beell rade, Diocesan president, include supervised by Msgr. Thomas F. Mrs. HElen Donahue, convention Walsh, Diocesan moderator' and vice-chnirman; Miss Adrienne Rev. James Lyons, district ~odA school lunch conference erator. for personnel from publie, private and parochial schools will be held at Stonehill Col­ lege, North Easton, from Monday FRIDAY-Mass as on feast at the Ascension. IV Class. White, Aug. 31 through Friday, Sept. 4 Refleding the interests of according to announcement mad~ Mass Proper; Gloria; no Creed; Preface of Ascension. Mother Aimee, 'Japanese mother by Brother Herman E. Zacca­ SATURDAY - 51. Gregory Na­ superio)' of the Sisters of Jesus relli, C.S.C., director of the FoOd zianzen, Bishop, Confessor CrucifiEd of Newport, Japanese Research Center for Catholic In­ and Doctor of the Church. IH art exh ibitions will be featured stitutions, located at the college. Class. White. Mass Proper; at a silver tea to be held from 2 Courses will emphasize basic Gloria; no Creed; Preface or to 4:30 ,Saturday afternoon, May techniques and methods in food Ascension. 16 at the Narragansett Avenue service and are intended mainly for personnel involved in actual SUNDAY-8unday After "Asceft­ convent of the community. sion. n Class. White. M8SlI Guests from - the Fall River food preparation. Subjects to be Proper; Gloria; Creed; Pret­ Diocese are invited to the affair, discussed. will include use of ace of Ascension. which will benefit the Sisters, government commodities in food MONDAY - 55. Philip and preparation and the art of work_ all of whom are crippled or J-ames, Apostles. U Class. Red. otherwi:!e handicapped. It is ing harmoniously in food prep­ Mass Proper; Gloria; Creed; sponsored by the Friends of the aration groups. Menu patterns Preface of Apostles. developed for school lunch pro­ Sick, women's auxiliary to the TUESDAY-8S. Nereus, Achil­ convent, and will also mark the grams and "cycle menus" win les, and Companions, MartYN­ be explained) and special at-' third anniversary of the com­ ~ Class.' Red. Mass Proper; tention will be given to serving munity':; establishment in New­ Gloria; no Creed; Preface at food with eye appeal. port. Ascension. Large Library WEDNESDAY~. R~rt Be~ Japanese flower arrangements Available to"conferences will larmine, Bishop, Confessor

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bransen and bonkei, miniature be the Food Research Center's 'Class. R-ed. Mass Proper;' gardens, will be exhibited by food library. Additionally a spe­ cial food service library of ma. . Gloria; no Creed; Preface of Mrs. EUI~ene Ince. Ascension. The boys' choir of St. Anne's rials will be supplied to each" THURSDAY-Mass as ()n Feast Church, Fall River, directed by participant. of the Ascension. IV Cla. . Among members of the con­ :~ormand Gingras, will sin for White. Mass Proper; Gloria; ference's advisQry board is' outdoor benediction, to be cele­ Second Collect ,St. Bonifaee, brated by Bishop Bernard M. Henry Seguin, supervisor of Martyr; no Creed; Preface ClIf Bishop Feehan High School' Kelly of Providence. .Ascension. cafeteria, Attleboro. Registration for the confer­ ence is limited, notes Brother ,A~ks N~crology Herman, in advising early ap­ MAY 9 plication. Rev. J. E. Theodule Gigu~ OTTAWA (NC)-A priest has 1940, Pastor, St. Anne, New Bed.. urged C,!ltholics to try to attain ford. the "admirable and imitable" Rev. John P. Clarke, 1941, The following films are ~ results Protestants have achiev�� Pastor, St. Mary, Hebronville. be added to the lists in their re- ' tld in congregational singing. MAY 12 spective classifications: ' Father Jules Martel, O.M.I., Rev. John F. da Valles, 1920, " Unobjectionabie for Gen~m Chaplain, United States Army. professol' of sacred music at Patronage-Dimka; Never Put Ii Canada's University of Ottawa, in Writing. said Catholic congregations are Unobjectionable for Adultli reluctant to sing because church and Adolescents-Bandits of Or­ music is too difficult for them. He has. called on composers to gosolo; The Unsinkable Molly Brown. write more simple melodies for Unobjectionable for Adults­ c,ongregations to sing at divine services. Father Martel is the Don't Tempt the Devil. ~uthor )f a new· book, La Musique Sacree Dan Nos Pa­ • PHARMACY roisses" (Sacred "Music' in Our R. A. WILCOX CO. Parishes;. ' Hearing Aid Co.

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1If! ANCROI..:..-mocese Of Pair Ifto/er-Thurs., May 7, '''64 .

Patrick's Parish, Somerset, receives Holy Communion at Mass. Right photo: Rev. Robert L. Stanton, USNR (CHC) LTCM, assistant at the Immaculate Conception Church, Fall River, and chaplain of the Reserve Training Center, celebrates Mass for the devision. The Division meets 48 Tuesdays during the year.

ARMED FORCES WEEK OPENS SUNDAY: Members of the U.S. Naval Reserve Surface Division 1-13, Fall River; participate in Church Service on the quarterdeck of the Naval Taining Center. Left photo: LTCR Donald Corrigan of the Sacred Heart Parish, Fall River, reads the Gospel at Mass. Center photo: Lieut. Joseph H. Feitelberg 'Of St.

Spiritual Side Of Navy Seen At Center The Pre sid e n t of the United States has proclaimed the week of May 9 through the 17th as Armed Forces Week. In preparation for this week, members of the US Naval lteserve Surface Division 1-13, located in Fall River, conducted tt multiple drill on Sunday. The day's activities opened with the celebration of Mass by the Division Chaplain, Rev. Robert L. Stanton. During the Mass, LTCM Donald Corrigan ~ead the Gospel to the naval con­ gregation. Following the Services, the anit settled down to activities that simulated a typical day on board ship. There was the usual mustering and drill together with classroom instruction. The instruction' took place on board the USS Turkey, the minesweeper attached to the Fall River Center, which is berthed between the Brightman Street and Slade's Ferry Bridges. For Armed Forces Day, three naval vessels will be berthed at the Fall River State Pier. Two submarines and a destroyer escort will be open for inspec­ tion on Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17, from noon to 4 o'clock.

Attleboro K of C Forthcoming activities for Knights of Columbus Council 404, Attleboro, include a lecture TueSday, May 12 by Rev. John Reilly, assistant editor of the Providence Visitor. His topic will be the role of the layman in the Church. The Women's Auxiliary of the council plans a square dancing party Saturday night, May 23. Corporate Com­ munion and a supper are sched. uled for June.

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League of Prayer for Cap­ tive Peoples, a two-year-ol.d spiritual apostolate for the "mil­ l\ons of shwp without shep­ ~ds" behiJ:..d the Iron Curtain, hs mwr.:.a its headquarters from Fort LaUderdale, Fla., to this Wisconsin city. 'I"ilC

Chaplain Scores .Drug Addiction

A PROYER FOR ARMED FORCES DAY Almighty God, we thank Thee for the privilege of having served another year in the defense of our beloved Country. We express our gratitude for the role that Thy providence has assigned us for the protection of the free world. On the occasion of this Armed Forces Day of 1964, we rededicate ourselves to this great cause. We are aware that our loyalty springs from our sense of mission. Inspire our minds more and more with a deep appreciation of those values which underlie our American way of life, which are enshrined in the founding documents of our history and which are in harmony with Thy law. Let us express in our individual actions and in our official duties those values to which we subscribe with our minds: respect for persons, justice in our social relations and a love of peace with honor. Let not our devotion to Country na.rrow our vision.· Let us realize that Thou hast made of one blood all nations of men. Help us in our pledge to defend the r~g~ts and privileges in which the whole human family shares. May Thy peace reign in the hearts ond minds of all men. Amen. The Armed Forces Chaplains Board HHH

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Council to Define Layman's Position BOSTON (NC)-Richard Car_ dinal Cushing said that the PO­ sition of the layman in the struc­ ture of the Catholic Church will be defined at the second ecu­ menical council. Speaking to the archdiocesan St. Vincent de Paul Societies the prelate stated that "laymen in the Catholic Church definitely have a place in the church struc­ ture, but this has never been . defined'." He added: "In my opinion, the layman is a substitute for a priest in all church activities except for the priestly functions o~ celebrating Mass and admin­ istering the sacraments."

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NEW YORK (NC) - Msgr. George F. McKinney, chaplain at . Sing Sing prison, Ossining, N.Y., who had advocated the death penalty for narcotics ped­ dlers, characterized drug addic­ tion as "that nefarious thing which is ruining the manhood of America." He told the annual Commu-· nion breakfast of some 2,000 members of the New York Post. Office Holy Name Society that . of some 225 felons received at the prison each month, 3 out of 10 "have some connection with drugs/' . He advocated some new form of legislation designed to lessen the widespread damage of ad­ diction. The monsignor said "inOOs-· criminating tel e vis ion pro_ graming" also contributes to the U.S. crime rate which is in­ creasing four times faster than the birth rate. Msgr. McKinney also said there is a definite link between alcoholism and crime. ­

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HOLY REDEEMER $200 & Mrs. Thomas McHale .Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Guida $100 Mary J. Byrne Holy Name Society Sacred Hearts Association Veronica Shelley Marie Doelger Cecile Doelger $58 Alice Dobbyn $50 Elizabeth Carroll $('0 Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Southwick $35 Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Bresnahan Mr. & Mrs. John Speight $30 Mr. & Mrs. George Killen Mary Young

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Mrs. George J. Smith C. J. Brennan Priscilla Gleason Mr. & Mrs. George Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Vincent H. Fowler Mr. & Mrs. Pat:'ick Sullivan Chatham Trust Company Mr. & Mrs. James Gormley Mr. Thomas Haley Co!. John McCarthy Mr. & Mrs. Albert G. Kolodzik Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Marche,s­ sault

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cations • • • defies descript:'on.Children, they assertecI, caD be affected by this type of litel'­ ature. Further, they said, current laws are not adequate to cope with the problem. "The purveyor," they said, "b more daring, pushing sales by every }Deans, because he hal very little to fear from the law.­ They cited the definition of ob­ scenity by the U. S. Supreme Court in the Roth case in 1951'l and said that under it "appar­ ently, only hard core pornogra­ phy can be legally prohibited." Parents' Responsibility

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COYLE HIGH MUSIC FESTIVAL: Brother William Lowney, C.S.C., director, discusses the program to be pre­ sented Saturday, Monday and Tuesday with bandsman Daniel Hoye.

In the absence of effective laws, the judges declared, par­ ents must exercise control over what their children are reading and should provide proper sex education. They noted that leading psy­ chiatrists have reached the con­ clusion ''that obscene material can affect any person of any age" and warned that such con­ clusions "cannot be ignored." Judges Harry W. Lindeman, Horace S. Bellfatto, Herbert J. Kenarik ,and Neil G. Duffy signed the report. Duffy was named to the court two years ago after a highly successful campaign against obscene liter­ ature while serving as Essex County Sheriff.

Cc,yle High School Annual Spring Ml~sie Cone,ert Slated Saturday Th,~ Monsignor James Coyle High School Music Department will present the organization's annual Spring concert Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the school auditorium, and again on Monday and Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock. The' program for the Festival will 1: e divided into three parts: the Swing Band, the Glee Club, and the Concert Band. The first portion will be under the direction of Brother William Lownl~y, C.S.C. William Crom­ bleholme, senior vocalist, as­ sisted by the "Top-Hatters" un­ der the direction of Miss Mary Ellen Parker, will present a soft-shoe routine. Broadway's greatest hits will form the major part of the Glee Club's program. John Colton will be a featured soloist and will join William Adams, David Schno:?p and Brian Sullivan to form a quartet in singing "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes." Dan::el Reilly, a sophomore pianist, will give his interpreta­ tion of "The St. Louis Blues." The 60 piece Concert Band will present a repertoire ranging from the s t ric t I y English "Knightsbridge March" to the Latin American "Vista Carib­ bean."

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$50 Once again the Monsignor McKeon Debating Team of Holy Family High School in John McHugh ST. BERNARD New Bedford will represent the Diocese of Fall River in the National Catholic Forensic $30 Mr. & Mrs. John Santos League's Grand Tournament. The 13th annual affair will be held this year in Denver, Col., $200 $25 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Terpak today through Saturday, May 7 to 9. Holy Family will place national championship winMr. Albert P. LeBlane $100 Acushnet Saw Mills Co. ners Edward Parr and Mari­ Mr. & Mrs. Marianno Rezendes $20 lyn Mulcairns in the debate Sr. Mrs. Stella Lanzoni, Mr. & category along with the $'75 B,VIrs. Paul Szwaja, Mr. & Mrs. brother and sister team of A. Gertrude Gould ILawrence McKay, Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Kennedy and Kathleen $50 ilh'ancis D. O'Leary Kennedy. Each team will operate Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Terpak $15 separately as a two-man team Mr. & Mrs. Alden Taber, Mr. and will debate alternately the $35 • Mrs. Raymond J. LeBlanc, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Blake affirmative and negative side of & Mrs. Richard H. Barry, Miss the question whether the social $30 Bella LePage, Mr. & Mrs. David security system should be ex­ Marguerite Gould B. Considine. tended to include complete McHale Family $12 medical care. A feature of the Mr. & Mrs. Roland Benoit, Mr. $25 debate contest will be a cross " Mrs. James M. Haworth, Mr. questioning per i 0 d of each Mr. & Mrs. John Letts ~ Mrs. Lucien U. Letendre, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Simmons & Mrs. Andre Benoit, Mr. & Mrs. speaker. Susan Sweeney will represent Edward Thompson Cerard E. Tardif. the school and Diocese in Girls' $20 $11 Extemporaneous S pea kin g . Anonymous, Mr & Mrs Joseph Mr. & Mrs. Richard Silveira Topics for the contest will be B. Carroll, Mr. & Mrs. Benoit H. $10 drawn by the contestant thirty Charland Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeus J. H. minutes before they are to de­ $15 !Zajac, Mr. & Mrs. Chester Ras, liver a 6-8 minute speech. Topics Georgianna Cambra, Helena V. lMr. & Mrs. Noe Cormier, Mr. & will cover any item of news ap­ Gould, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Edward Costa, Mr. & Mrs. pearing in a nationally known Montplaisir. Leo Olivier. news magazine from September Mr. & Mrs. Henry Breault, 11)63 through April 1964. The $10 Mr. & Mrs. George Pimental, presentation must be an original Mrs. Edward Adams, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. William J. Cromble­ Mrs. Henry Bevilacqua, Mr. & synthesis. !bolme, Mr. & Mrs. Leo N. Coons, The team departed last night Mrs. Adrian Bolduc. Mr. & Mrs. IMr. & Mrs. Damasse Janvier. and spent the evening in New J. Willi~m Borges, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Emile Gonneville, York City. They left early this PRIDE OF SCHOOL: Holy Family High School's pride is John L. Brown ,Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Martin, Mr. & morning on a jet chartered by John J. Brown, Mr. & Mrs. its debating team. From left, Edward Parr, president; Susan Mrs. Frederick E. Tomkiewicz, the New York Diocese. They will Joseph Callaghan, Mr. & Mrs. Sweeney, secretary-treasurer; Kathleen Kennedy, clerk of Normand Cote, Jeanne Fran­ IMt'. & Mrs. Leo E. <Cormier, Mr. return Sunday, May 10 to Ken. • Mrs. Armand Bertrand. committee; Mary Ellen Crowley, vice-nresident; lW ~rilyn coeur, Mr. & Mrs. Antone Jose nedy International Airport. Ed­ Mr. &: Mrs. Basilio Pinto, Mr. ward Parr, Marilyn Mulcairns MUlcairns, librarian. Mary Lowe, Mr. & Mrs. Jose & Mrs. Rudolphe Arcouette, Mr. and Susan Sweeney are seniors, Luiz, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Lynch • Mrs. Paw Desjardins, Mr. &: Kathleen Kennedy a sophomore The team of Edward Parr and Notre Dame High School and Sr., Mrs. Lloyd Neville, Mr. &: Mrs. Lucien St. Amand, Mr. & and Dennis a freshman. Marilyn Mulcairns won three Kathleen Kennedy was voted Mrs. Marianno Rezendes Jr. Mrs. Romeo Beaulieu. Wide Experience Mr. & Mrs. Marianno Motta, trophies and was one Of four the best affirmative and Den­ Mr. & Mrs. Henry Guilbeault, The tournament is the culmi­ finalist teams in the Regis High nis Kennedy the best negative Mr. & Mrs. Henry Nadeau, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Andre E. Trahan, :Mr. & Mrs. George F. Liarikos nation of a debating year that School tournament. The duo speaker at Bishop Fen w i c-k & Mrs. Ephrim Pilotte, Mr. & began last September. The so­ joined Susan Sweeney and Kath­ High's Freshman - Sophomore Mrs. John Riley, Mr. & Mrs. Al­ h., Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Oli­ bert F. Robert. Vier, Mr. & Mrs. Henry M­ ciety of 22 member-s participated leen Kennedy to gain the final tournament. Den n i s Kennedy in more than 200 varsity debates competition in the 100-team New also won a silver medal at Notre Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Roussell AUain. . Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred LaFleur, in over 25 tournaments. Novice York University competition. Dame High School for second Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Michael Sansone, members also debated more than Dennis Kennedy and Barry Har­ best speaker. Dh'. & Mrs. William F. Onofrey, Mr. & Mrs. William Simmons, rington qualified for final com­ Edward Parr was declared Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Louis I. LaRue, Mr. 1'50 times in junior varsity com­ petition in the national tourna­ sixth best and Marilyn Mulcairns &; Mrs. Omer L. Laflamme, Mr. petition. In the course of the season the ment held at Boston College eighth best at Eastern Nazarene &: Mrs. Adelard Jacques. Mr. & Mrs. Gerard E. Ledoux, . team travelled over 5,000 miles High. College. Parr and Dennis Ken­ The intermediate tea m of nedy also won gold medals at ELECTRICAL Mr. & Mrs. Edward Farfalowski, iIlo compete twice in Washing­ Mr. & Mrs. Lionel Tetreault, ton, D.C., and Erie, Pa. and four Timothy Place and Frances Mc­ St. John's of Shrewsbury. r~i Contractors Intyre, Dennis Kennedy and ­ Mr. & Mrs. Leo O. Cusson, Mr. times in New York CitY, be­ For the third straight year sides n u mer 0 u s appearances Barry Harrington won second &; Mrs. William A. Keefe. Holy Family won first place in Mr. & Mrs. John Panek, Mr. throughout New England. In all, place prize at St. John's High the Narragansett Interscholastic School in Shrewsbury. &: Mrs. Octave J. Beaulieu, Leo the team has faced teams from Debate League with a record of Boucher, Joseph C. Fontes, Mrs. 21 states from such far-awaY 15 wins against one loss and a Individual Trophies places as Omaha, Chicago and Laura Desjardins two game lead. The team thus Miami. Individual awards were also Mrs. Wanda Anuszezyk, Mrs. qualified for the playoff rounds gained during the year. Susan among the top four teaQ'ls for Yvette Fortin, A Friend, Mr. & ~~ !Mrs. Leo Ricard, Mr. & Mrs. Pierre Longpre Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Sweeney was named best affirm­ the Sister M. Ignatius trophy. ative speaker at the Stonehill Lawrence Fortin, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Harkins.- 944 County St. The Society used nine speakers Mr. & Mrs. Roger O. Payant, Leo Lyonnais, Mr. & Mrs. John College Tournament while Mari_ in gaining their first place posi­ New Bedford NIr. & Mrs. William Morel, Mr. J. O'Toole, Mr. & Mrs. Normand lyn Mulcairns was awarded a tion. Edward Parr and Marilyn gavel for the sixth speaker spot &; Mrs. Lawrence H. Power, Mr. J. Robert. Mulcairns won the first place ~ Mrs. Richard J. Langlais, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony L. Sylvia, in Georgetown University's na­ trophy last Sunday by consecu­ tional tournament. Mary Ellen &; Mrs. J. Maurice Lizotte. - Mr. & Mrs. Matthew C. Goulet, - tive wins over Stang and St. An­ Crowley was presented a trophy :lYIr. & Mrs. William Moniz, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. James C. Poirier, thony. & Mrs. William F. Taylor, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Oscar J. Cormier, for best affirmative speaker at &; Mrs. Raymond E. Lague, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Renes LeMaire & Mrs. Nathon Gomes, Noel M. & Mrs. Ovila H. Hebert, Negroes and Whites Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Stanley, Goulet. Mrs. Catherine L. Raymond, Mr. & - Mrs. Bertrand L. Du­ Join in Pilgrimage 1\{r. & Mrs. Emile Belliveau, Mr. Breuil Mr. & Mrs. Roger Gau­ ST. AUGUSTINE (NC)-Four ~ Mrs. Robert J. Berche, Mr. & dreau, Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. hundred Catholics, Negroes and Mrs. Addison Russell, Mr. &: Dufresne Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John J. Rosario, _whites, took part in a traditional Mrs. Amos Souza Mr. & Mrs.George Fagundes, Mr. & Mrs. Albert L. Cyr; Mr. religious pilgrimage together in this Florida city which has been ~r. & Mrs. Theodore J. Schick, & Mrs. Mitchell Smola, Mr. & the scene of recent civil rights lVIr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Trahan, Mrs. George H. Blouin, Mr. & demonstrations. Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Santiago, Mrs. Frank P. Dutra The occasion was the annual • HYANNIS Mr. & Mrs. Roger J. A. Beau­ Mr. & Mrs. Alfred P. Saucier. • HARWICH PORT Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Mc­ lieu, Mr. & Mrs. Louis G. Mo.. pilgrimage' to the Mission of rite Fa/mouI" National Sonic Falmouth, Mass.

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Cambra Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Edward seur, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Morang, est mission where Spanish ex­ plorers and priests landed in N. Seney, Mr. & Mrs. William C. Mr. & Mrs. Adelard Roy 1565 to found the nation's first ­ Westgate Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Leon­ Mr. & Mrs. Antoine Belliveau, ard J. Meredith Mr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Plante, Mr. permanent Christian settlement. Noting reports of "racial hos­ Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Charest, & Mrs. William O. Joerres, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Connor, & Mrs. Charles E. Bellefeuille, tilities" in St. Augustine, Father Mr. & Mrs. William H. S. Oehrle, Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Moraux Michael V. Gannon, mission di­ -Mr. & Mrs. John Tetrault, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. William Laferriere, rector, said "we know nothing of this among ortr Catholic people." & Mrs. Martin McCoy Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Mello, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. George W. Fahey, Mrs. Leo Desrosiers, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Parker, Henry Hesketh, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Mrs. Laura M. Martel, Alice Mr. & Mrs. Roland Castonguay, Michon Gautreau, Mr. & Mrs. Henry T. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Rostocki, Turek, Mr. & Mrs. Hervey Fre­ Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Gron­ Mr. & Mrs. Emil R. Olifierko dette, Mr. & Mrs. Armand Dan­ lund, Mr. & Mrs. Claude A. Gin­ 2664 NORTH MAIN ST. FALL RIVER Mr. & Mrs. Jean T. Leger, Mr. gras, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond durand • Mrs. Conrad Ledoux, Bernard Pepin" Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Mr. & Mrs. Homer E. Bergeron, TELEPHONE OS 5-7992 GaUdette, Donald Mayer, Mrs. Wynne, Mr. & Mrs. Russell C. Mr. & Mrs. Oscar H. Lapalme, enneth E. Shaw Adams Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Sayles Mr. &

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Whom He Came

May and Mary Traditionally the month of May is observed by Cath­ {)lics as the month of Mary. There is no reason why t:1is cannot and should not continue to be· so, even in the light of the current ecumenical endeavors. Some Catholics are fearful that non-Catholics do not understand the Catholic position on Mary. The reason, of course, is the obvious one that non-Catholics have been shocked and repelled at what they ;;ometimes read and hear .about Mary, well-meaning articles and devotions that have somehow made Mary a sh'an~e fl~ure in their eyes 01'·£1 rival to the Almi~hty. Pope Paul put the' matter well in a recent addrefis to the Marian congreg-ations: "Where will you: find :\'I.ar~'? Surely not in exag-gerationfi, nor in sentimentalism, nor in the misuse of deductions for the purpose of emphasis and hyperbole, nor in novelty." All too often pious' "Titers lose their heads when dealing with Mary. They do neither her nor her Son nor His Church a service. The truth that must be presented to non-Catholics on Mary is the central one that she is the Mother of Jesus Christ. Hers is the uni((ue role of having g-iven a human body to the Second Person of the Trinity. This is her g-lory .and her unique privilege-to call Jesus Christ Son, 10 have' Him addres-s her as Mother. No sentimental exag'gerations, no saccharine~Rweet'ex­ cesses in speech can match this fact nor' are· neede{l to ·pFO" claim her dignity.

€ l wr-Bishop Joseph Eid, pas­ tor ~f St. Anthony of the Desert € h urch, Fall River, led partiei­ ea-nts in the first annual Maron­ ite Convention in prayer at the ,grave'of President Kennedy last Saturday in Washington. A solemn pilgrimage of Mal'­ 04mite clergy and faithful from ~l ~arts of the United States l1r.aveled to the grave for the Prayer of Incense, traditional ion the Maronite Liturgy. "Two years ago at the White HUuse, in company of our ven­ er.able Patriarch Meouchi, we visited President Kennedy, who .asked us to pray for him," said 'Chor-Bishop Eid in his invooa­ fum at the grave in Arlington National Cemetery. "Today the Letariese, clergy and people, gathered from eVeI'J' .(lOr-ner or ·the country, kneel at his .grave to offer the incense of the Maronite Liturgy in .9ur Saviour, Christ's language. . "May our supplications be ac­ cepted before the Throne of the Almighty for hiin and for the nation. May he rest in the pe-a"e -of' the Lord, overshadowed' by the cedar of Lebanon plantetl' CWe~1t -ne.ar his tomb, symbol of loyaltt >8[' the -sons of Lebanon. ;(~ 'REV. ROBERT HOVDA, Catholic UnivenRf,y Fall Rhier S1mine _~: ·'Finally,. in our community at 1UU;J,-' Fail River, Massachusetts, we TODA.Y -AsoonsioD of Our Love and the humility .proper aNI .actually preparing a spiri-. It is fortunate that clORe attention is being paid to the riSe of anti-..Cjemitism in books and magazines that.are -ap­ Lonl .fesus. Christ. What a "mir­ toone' whu has received :tPf1:e tu.al testimonial in his honoB, 1':01''' for us to look into! Jesus no, merit of. his own.and and I humbly ask: you to join. .. pearing on the European continent and even in the United Chl"ist, fully man as- well all­ through who must therefore share them 'spirit in the dedfr:ation June 31 St.:'ltes. It is wiRe that Catholic educators are examininf~ eternal Word, reigns forever .as with his brothers. of a- replica of the Shrine ef We· pray (Collect) for devooteQ -0lir Lady of Lebanon special~ closely the textbooks. used in parochial schools to makl~ Son ifl the triune. God. Both very sure that inexactne!*l of exprNIAion or ineptness of Scripture readings today refer wills and. sincere hearts, that blessed for the occasion, wla· Baptism, the sacrament in our witness may not be -super­ the bronze inscription readi~ Itnra8ing, especially in matters relating to· Christ and Rig to which' we are' given the' faee of ficial, that it may spring natu.. 'loll Lo-ving, memory of our Gl"~ Crucifixion,. do not encourage an anti~Semitic bias. in thi~ Christ; the face reflected in this rally from our depths- ,and ~r President and True Friend"":' min(ffi of ~tudellb:h mirror. . convictions-:-above .all, from ·the­ Jobn F. Kennedy.' May om Otlr. flesh~ our humanity, is in Christ-pattern to whose eter-nel 'Blessed Mother bles. his S4MIIt It is ridiculous to sa." that Jesus Ghrist was killed ·by heaven~a sign that forbids re:' v.alidity the' Resurreett&n ~ bless his h.e~oic wife and die Jews, and. that, therefore, they· are an .accursed race. dueing our human' lif~ to any Ascension· testify. entire Kennedy famil:y" may ... The fact is that the whole life andl death of Chnist Waf; materialistic' measure; a sign b-less you 3-11." MOND;~F SS. Pftuq, a Highlighting the threft _ lived in the context of Judaism. Christ was -a Jew -and that makes out ofa speck James• .NpoBtles. To be a Ghl"iB+­ ~ry was a 'Jew and, the AnoAtles amI early ChriRtians werE~' in ~alaxies without number a tian witness is· not to__~ sear-cb- . ,MaJ'OlJite meeting was ordina­ .as mysterious .as it tien ~f the first priest from ·iDe Jeews and in the words of Pope Pius XI, "spiritually, WE! significance ing after some- escapr from lifll new Our. Lady- of Leban6lt is ·grand. N:ow we can see His and from the business of livq. are all Semites." mission of redemption-to re­ Mar-onite· Seminary in. Washi~ am the way; I am truth and· ron. lit! was ordained by M~ Christ died. because-· the jURtice·of the·Fa·ther-rl.emanded turn' us to the Father-at! a "I life *' * ,.. He who has seen· me Rev.' ti"rancis Zayak:, Maronite Utat He- take upon Himself the sins of ew~ry man who whole and as complete. has- seen the Fatlie~" (Gospel). 'Blshop from Bl'azil, at the N_ h~dever lived and. would ever live to the end. of the world. TOMORROW - Ma..<j8. as on It is- here, in human ·wau, in tional Shrine' of the rmmaeulllte Ascension Day. "Go. out all over human dignity and responsibiL­ Conception. For men to. distort the facts and make the' present­ the worid and. preach the GOllpel ity, that the Word reveals Him~ The new priest concelebrated. day Jews perAonally reAponAible for the death- of' Christ to th,'! whole. of creation" (Gos­ self. It is true that without tbe· bis first Mass at the Shrine lest i&a piece of viRciouA malevolence. pel). If we now have our coun~ promise· of eternal lif~· the mis­ Sunday morning with, all the "It is ~od, then, for men to be sensitive to allti-S~m­ terpart and advocate in glory, sion of the apostles is "madneSs" Maronite clergy in attendance at (First Reading), But this must we also have a· mission on earth the- convention. He is Rev. Rob­ itiAm, to put the' spotlight of public' attention upon it, to and in this world. He makes us never tempt us to despise ·our ert J. Shaheen, Danbury, Conn. refuse to let this thing- g-row like an evil fungus in the dark. "sharers· in His Godhead" (As­ human condition, for it is in this­ A closing banquet was at­ The world has already Aeen what happens when- such censiun Preface) by sharing Hfs condition that we have· seen the tended by the Apostolic Dele­ Father. redemptive mission with us .as gate, the Most Rev. Egidie things· are allowed to spreadin word and writings and deeds. wen .as by His ascent in our V.a.gnozzi; ~chbishop Patrick 'I'UESD.\:'Y - St~ Nereus a &4 Anti-Semitism is likewise anti-Christian. humanity. And no discouraga­ Companions, l\lartyrs. The First A. O'Boyle- of Washington, and ment or failure in that mission representatives of the 55 Mall­ Reading is the same ·as yester­ can reverse the victory alreadY day's, for martyrom is the ulti­ -oniUl parishes in the UniUHI "', won in His Resurrection and States. mate kind of witness. It is also Bishop,Fulton J. Sheen came up with a p€ r fect answer Ascension. the kind which requires the Site of the convention "'hen he was· asked; after testifying- last week on the issue chan,ge yearly and officials sta. SATURDAY¥- - St. ...Gregory greatest faith and which is most of prayer iq the public schools, what kind ofa prayer he Naziallzen, Bishop, Doctor. This difficult to' accept: It is har-d to t11e purpose of'the annual meet­ missic nary theme is carried on sacrifice present security, evoo ing is stimulation of interest­ would. recommend should' be uAed. in toc'·ay's Mass of a doctor of in the light of Christ's teaching .and pride in the Maronite hem.. The Bishop, stating· that he· would not presume ·00 be the Church. The light of faith about the· cross- and .about the· ta1fe the one to compose a prayer that would'.give honor to God which Christ's return to His seed which must dies. If' the charge of madneS8 is­ and rest easily with the consciences of all individuals, FlitheJ' has fueled forever must cmmally remarked that perhaps a beginning could be made be put on a lampstand to give rarely brought against the SUrvey In.teqratioft light to all (Gospel). This bless.: Church nowadays, is it not be­ with the prayer that we all carry around in our- pockets ingof the human race, this- act of cause we have become prudent In Cathofic Sc.hools with U8: "In God We Trust." as the world is prudent? We love for us, must be unnoticed CHICAGO (NC) Catha. suffer no loss of security. But nowhere in the human house­ schools in the Archdiocese CJIl we also makeno profound im~ hold. Chicago. are being surveyed to pact. SUNDAiY A\FTE-& ASCEN­ see how many of the students WEDNESDAY- st. Robert and teachers are .Negroes. SION. DAY. Encouraged and Bellarrnille. Bishop, Doowr. T:o­ strellgi.nened, formed and graced The survey was ordered by by JeslIs' victory over death and day we honor a great defender Albert Cardinal Meyer who His return to glory' in our flesh, of the Church in a turbulent aked pastors to make a "zealoUII period of its history. The First effort to include, as far as poll­ we cel,~brate the EUcharist today Reading praises that wisdom sible, both white and Negro lay in sober consciousness of what OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE DIOCESE OF FALL RIVER everyday Christian witness de­ which is the Word. of GOO, teachers in the faculty of coniounding human schemes and parish schooL" mands of us. Published weekly by The Catholic Press of the Diocese of Fall River The Spinit comes as witness, and human prudence, learned Reminding school principalll 410 Highland Avenue . Our Lord. tells us in the Gospel, from the scriptures .and the that the archdiocese was 1j),e FaU River, Mass. OSborne 5..7151 so that we too might be His wit.. preaching &. the GospeL. sponsor of the Chicago Confer­ nesses. And He· goes on to warn Thc> Council's Constitution on ence- on Race and Religion whiell PUBLISHER

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&: Mrs. Thomas Joyce, Elsie Angell, Wilfred Fortier Florence Burdge, Annie Eld­ ridge, Mr. & Mrs. Thiro Zanis, Mrs. Charles Cahoon, Mrs. Jos­ eph Shaloub Mr. & Mrs. John Mulhall, Mr. & Mrs. John J. O'Connell, Mrs. David Smith, John McNamara, Mrs. Eva Cardoza The Degans; Dorothy Parker, Mr. & Mrs. John A. Sanna, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hurley, Mr. & Mrs. William McCusker Mr. & Mrs. Alcide Cormier, The Mitchell Family, Mrs. Aud­ rey Houle, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Pineault, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Pas­ quini Mr. & Mrs. William Doyle, Mr. & Mrs. William J. Butler, Mr. & Mrs. William Hodge, Mrs. Ro­ bert Thompson, Clarence Tatro Mrs. Jeanette Cleveland, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Harkins, Mrs. James Walsh,' Bernard D'Araujo, Mr. & Mrs. August Lopes Mr. & Mrs. Robert Andrews, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Silva, Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Silva, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Amado, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Souto Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Baptista, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Andrade, Mr. & Mrs. Antone Martin, Mary' Fortes, Earle Fernandes Joseph Pina, Mr. & Mrs. Amos Fernandes, Beverly Fernandes, Mr. & Mrs. Tony Viera, Kathryn Fernandes Mary Rose, Mr. & Mrs. John Riberio, Mary Baptiste, Mrs. Olivia Gomes, Laura Barros Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Fontes, Mr. & Mrs. Julio Lopes, Mr'. & Mrs. Manuel Dias, Mr.:& Mrs. Edward Gomes, Mr. & Mrs. Jo­ . seph Andrews The McDermott-Bernabei Fam­ ily, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Orfetel, Mr. & Mrs. Silas Wade, Mr. ~ Mrs. Frederick Manamon, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Forni . Mr. & Mrs. Keith Senger, Mr. &, Mrs. Richard Beers, Mr. & Mrs. John Faria

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NATIVE MARYKNOLLERS: Two native Chinese Mary­ knoll Sisters and a Japanese Sister recently took vows at ceremonies in Manila. Sister Marian Agnes (Chow), right, and Sister Rose Miriam (Chin), left, chat with the yOung Japanese Sister, Amy Bernadette (Yoneya) who became a Catholic in 1958. NC Photo.

Mr. & Mrs. Orner Ferland Mr. & Mrs.' Armand Gibeault Mr. & Mrs. John S. Francis Mr. & Mrs. Avila Grenier Mr. & Mrs. George McCarthy Dr. William A. Morinville Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Patenaude Mr. & Mrs. Leo Tracey Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Hodge Mrs. Leland Smith Mr. & Mrs. George C. Cote St Mary's Women's Guild $20 Mrs. Walter Amos, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Bellavance, Mr. &, Mrs. Jo~eph F. Bienvenue, Mr. ,& Mrs. Donald Blake, Mr. & Mrs. Gaetan Brochu Mr. & Mrs. George Casey; Mr. & -Mrs. Charles Dauray, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Ferland, Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Lombardi, Mr: & Mrs. Harold McCormick Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Perry, Mrs. Eunice Schiller and Anne. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Trojan $15 Mr. & Mrs. Keram Arabian, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Baumgartel, SACRED HEART Mr. & Mrs. Cyril K. Brennan, $200 . Mr. & Mrs. Martin Carr, Mrs. Very Rev. James E. McMahon Mary E. Coyle $'75 Marilyn Fisk, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Henry Corey Thomas P. Giblin, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. $50 Lewis Jackson, Mr. & Mrs. Rev. John A. Perry George LaBelle, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Lanoue $20 Mr. & Mrs. Jacques Leduc, A Friend Misses Mildred & Edna Masgay, $10 Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Coutinho, Mr & Mrs Edmund McCann, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas DeMont, Mr. & Mrs. J. J. McNally, Mrs. Rob­ & Mrs. Meredith Fisher, Mrs. ert Pritchard Mr. & Mrs. Roland Smith, Mr. Mary B. O'Brien, Mr. & Mrs. Peter L. Regan, Mr. & Mrs Frank & Mrs .Bertrand Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Chandley Simmons $12

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Mr. & Mrs. Hector Carufel, Mr. & Mrs. John Connelly and Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Cassels, John Family Cazemiro, Mary Cazemiro, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. B. A. Dzija & Mrs. Stephen Chalpin J'ohn & Vincent Lynch Mrs. Marie I. Choquette, Ar­ Mr. & Mrs. Laurent Thibert mand Contois, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ $25 ward Coogan Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Neil Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Berriman Copes, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Cos­ Mr. & Mrs. Robert Biron grove, Mr. & Mrs. William Cot­ Agnes Blake ter, Mrs. Mary V. Coyle, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Richard Blake Mrs. Harold Cummings Jr., Mr. William Blake & Mrs. Wm. Curtis, Mrs. NaIda Mr. & Mrs. David Carr Daigle :Mr. & Mrs. James Coogan Mr. & Mrs. Sterling Dalton,

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$100 Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Weyker $25 Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Arnold Mr. & Mrs. Fred Beauchaine Mr. & Mrs. William Bishop John Hendricks l\1[r. & Mrs. James F. MitchelI' M~on Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Pelletier ::\ir. & :Mrs. Everett McPhil.. Mr. & Mrs. John Unsworth lips, Angela Medeiros, Emily Mr. & 1\/f,.•. Stanley Young Medeiros, Charles Mello, Mr. & $20 Mrs. Frank Mello Mr. & Mrs. John F. Ballard, :\~r. & Mrs. David Mitchell, Helen E. Browning, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. &; :\I[rs. Terrence Moran, ::VIr. Arthur Feeley, Mr. & Mrs. Henry & Mrs. John Norberg, ::\1rs. Harris, Mr. & Mrs. James H. Louise Oakland, Mr. & Mrs. John Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel O'Conrell Miss Adrianne Oliver, Mr. & Santos $15 Mrs. Joseph Oliver, Lawrence Mr. & Mrs. Robert Borah, Mr. E. Paquette, Mr. & Mrs. J. Pari­ seau, l\'[rs. Irene Partington & Mrs. W. Coelho, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Donnelly, Louise Fallon, Mr. &. "'<Irs. Edward Pearl, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Hendricks, & Mrs. Joseph Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Perry Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. John Korkuc Mr. & Mrs. John McAloon, Manuel Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Manuel Motta, Mr. & l\l[rs. Myron Pestana Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Pestana, Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Turner, Mr. & Mrs. John Petraitis, Mr. & Mildred Wright Mrs. Anthony Pimental, Mr. & $12.50 Mrs. Manuel Piquette, Florence Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Little . $12 Potts Mrs. Anna Propatier, Mr. & Manuel DeSilva, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. William Quirk, Mr. & Mrs. Robert McCloskey George. Raposa, Mr. & Mrs. $10 Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester Amaral, Eugene RebE'llo, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. William Amoral, Mr. Nathaniel Rendine Mr. & Mrs. Leo Rene, Mr. & & Mrs. Anthony Andrews, Mr. Mrs. John Riley, Mr. & Mrs. & Mrs. Rosco Balducci, Mr. & More10 Rodriques, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Frank Barao Jr. Jane Barker, Mrs. Reuben William Roessel, Arthur L. Barker, Mrs. Helen Barnett, Mr. Rourke Mr. & :\lrs. Clovis Roux, Olive & Mrs. H. Bassett, Mr. & Mrs. Santos, Arlene Schreiner, Mr. Laurent Beauvais & Mrs. Arthur Schreiner, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. William Bertola­ Mrs. Preston Schultz cini, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Betten­ Mr. & Mrs. John Searles, Mr. court, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Bilo­ & Mrs. Eugene Silva, Mr. & Mrs. deau, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Blan­ chette, Mr. & Mrs. John Botelho J. R. Silva, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Mr. & Mrs. Edward Bowen, Silva, Mr. & Mrs. P. Sincero l\1[r. & Mrs. WilEam Sloane, Mr. & Mrs. William ""'owen Jr., Mr. & l\lrs. John Smith, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Robert Boyd, Mr. & Mrs. Roger Brassard, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. John Sousa, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Sousa, Mr.. & Mrs. Alfred J . .T, Burke Mrs. Regina Canning, Mr. & Souza l\lrs. Rhea Stone1Y, Mary Mrs. Frank Castro, Mr. & Mrs. Lorenzo Colaluca, Irene Connors, Toher,Mrs. Edna Tracy, Mr. & Mr~ Ralph Traver.s, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Marie Connors Mr. .& Mrs. Thomas Corcoran. Joseph Trinkwald Mr. & Mrs. Robert Trussell, Mr. & Mrs. John Costa, .Mrs. Mary Crafford, Mr. & Mrs. A. E. . Jane Un5Worth,Mr. & Mrs. An­ Crowley, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond thony Veira, Mr. .& Mrs. Joseph Ventura, Mr. & Mrs. Adrian Vin­ Cullinan Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Demers, ctnt Jeanette Vincent, Jahn C. Vin­ Mr. & Mrs. He"-y Denesi, Arthur DeSilva. Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dias, cent, Ronald Vincent, Peter Voc­ cia, Mr. .& Mr.s. Eugene Voll :Mr. & Mrs. J. Downes Mr. & Mrs. Albert Drapeau, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Walsh, Mr. & Mrs. William Drohan, Mr. Fred Whelan, Mrs. .I ames Whi­ & Mrs. Stephen Duell, :Mr. & taker Mrs. Louis Dupere, Mr. & Mrs. .I...James Drapeau Mr. .9. Mrs. Lucien Facteau, ST. ELIZABETH'S Mr. & Mrs. A. Fer,.-lra, Mr. & .$35 Mrs. Michael ""iluminia, Mr.. .& Corrinne's Beauty Shop Mrs. Victor Fredette, Mr. & Mrs. $25 John Furtado Al's Package Store Mr. & Mrs. John Furtado, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Donald Berube &. Mrs. Manuel Furtado, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gamboa, Mr. & Mrs. $20 A. George, Mr. & Mrs. John Mr. & Mrs. William Brown, George Edwin Lopes Mr. & Mrs. Harry Gianlorenzo, $15 Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Gibbons, Mr. Patricia Brown, Mrs. Theresa & Mrs. H. Goyette, Mr. & Mrs. Brown, George T. Silva R. Grant, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel $10 Green Mr. & Mrs. John Bauer, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. M. Greene, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Bettencourt, Edgar­ Mrs. Robert Guertin, Mr. & Mrs. town 'Drug Store, Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Hall, Mr. .& Mrs. Carl Han­ Theodore Henley, Mr. & Mrs. son Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Har­ Charles Madeiros rington Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Mercier Mr. & Mrs. Christian Hen­ Sr., Mildred Mercier, Mr. & Mrs. dricks, Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Hend­ dricks Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Arthur Metell, Mrs. Philip J. Hendricks, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Norton, Mr. & Mrs. Freeman Hendricks Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Willoughby Eugene Hennt!ssey Mr~. Robert Hill, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Hodde, Mr. & Mrs. Holy Family High School Al­ Lloyd Jarvis, Mr. & Mrs. Albert umni Association of New Bed­ lobe Jr., Donald C. T')ost Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kaveny, ford will hold its annual Com­ Lester Keirn, Mr. & Mrs. Walter munion breakfast Sunday morn­ ing, June 14, following 9 o'clock .T. Kelly, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Keough, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Mass at S1. Lawrence Church. The unit plans a cake sale for Khouri tomorrow at Fernandes Super l\If,.. & Mrs. Fred Koehler, Mr. Market. & Mrs. Clarence Korkuc, Mr.. &

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$21 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony F. Fer­ reira 20 Mr. & Mrs. David Buckley, Anne Forrest, Mr. & Mrs. John A. Murley, Mrs. John A. Thomas, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Best l\l[rs. Mary Toomey, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard T. Kelly

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: Sister Charles Francis, RS.M:., principal of Holy. Family High School, New Bedford, with some of her prize pupils, all scholarship winners. From left; Sister, Richard A. Pariseau, Beatrice A. Abraham, John J. Finni, Mary Alice Monfils.

Holy Family High School Boasts Four Scholarship Winners It's a small school-but long on Holy Family High in New Bedford is proud of four graduding seniors, all scholar­ ship winners. Ricbard A. Pariseau, son of Mr. ar d Mrs. Armand Pariseau, has re ceived a full four year scholarship to Stonehill College, including room, board and tui­ tion.. He plans to enter the en­ gineering field. . A full four year tuition schol­ arship to Salve Regina College has been merited by Beatrice A. Abraham, daughter of Mr.

schola:~ship.

and Mrs. George Abraham. She will pursue a liberal arts curric_ ulum. .John J. Finni, son of Mrs. Abigail Finni, plans to majo'r in chemistry at Holy Cross College, where he has a foUr year tuition scholarship. And Mary Alice Monfils, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emile Monfils, has received a partial scholarship to Tufts University, where she will enroll in courses leading to a career in physical therapy.

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Mrs. Edwin Whalen, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel M. Maciel, Mrs. ST. AUGUSTINE . John T. Hughes, Mr. & Mrs. $188 Marshall McDonough, Mr. & Rev. Cornelius J. O'Neill :Mrs. Raymond Billings $50 Mr. & Mrs. William Hagerty. St. Augustine's Holy Name Mr. & Mrs. George Anthony, Society Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Frieh, Mr. S1. 1\ ugustine's Guild & Mrs. Alfred Ferro, MI'. & Mrs. $25 Manuel Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Michael Fontes Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Francis Duart, Mr. Mr. .!It Mrs. Frederick Thifault & Mrs. Albert O. Fischer Jr., Hon. & Mrs. James Boyle Mrs. Edmund B. Hickey, Mrs. $20 Frank Oliveira, .Mrs. Dean Swift Mrs. Landon Humphreys Jr. $16 Mr. & Mrs. William FigueiMr. & Mrs. Francis Meteb, A. B. G. Oil Co., Mr. & Mrs. redo, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Ouellette, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel R. Anthon;, Costa Veira, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bor, $12 ges, Mr. & Mrs. Conrad G. Mr. .'!l: Mrs. Richard Shannon Kurth, Mr. & Mrs. Bradford $10 Sylvia Miss Mary Lopes, Miss Alveda Lopes, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Fur­ tado, Mr. & Mrs. .charles Con­ roy Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Hearn

$15 Mr. & Mrs. David Machell, Mr. & Mrs. Antone DeCosta $10 Mrs. Thomas Rogers, Mrs. Ethel Cabral, Mr. & Mrs. Clar­ ence Kirby, Mr. & Mrs. Benja­ min Oliveira, Mr. & Mrs. ::,\/Iilton Breault. Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Perry, Mrs. George Leach Jr., Mr. & M1's. William Murphy, Mr. & Mrs Sigmund Kokoszka, Miss Mary Taggart. Louis Perini, Mr. & Mrs. An­ druskiewicz, Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Maher, Dr. & Mrs. Peter P:'c­ cinini, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Schel­ ter Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Martin, Mr. & :\lrs Tobias' Flemming, Mrs. Gertrude Messier, Mr. & :\'[:rs. Michael Creedon, Mr. & ::vIrs. .Tohn Kelly. Charlotte Mladeirios, Manuel Silva, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Ra­ posa Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Charles Costa, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Mar­ tin Mr. & Mrs. GHbert Picard, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Carvalho, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Pratt, Patricia Clancy, Yvonne Samson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas K. Porter, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Vieira, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Willette, Mrs. Irene Caswell, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Lamontagne.' Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Decosta, Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Gallagher, Mrs. Lynwood Potter, Mrs. Ed­ ward P. Whitty, Antone S. Ca­ bral Mr. & Mrs. Richard Trecida~ Mr. & Mrs. Antone DeMello, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cabral, Mr. & Mrs. George Vera, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Fauteux Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Cullen. Mr. & Mrs. Armand Desjardins, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Arruda

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SlIningDance Annual supper and Spring dance of Bishop Cassidy General Assembly Fourth Degree Knights I)f Colunbus, is set for Saturday ]~ight, May 9 at the Silver Gull, Mattapo:.sett. A social hour at 6 will be ,rollowed by dinner and dancing. Leo A. Fredette is ehairman.

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Braley Jr., Mr. & Mrs. John

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Frates Jr.

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$200 . Rev. Howard A. Waldron

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;Mrs. Bento Correia, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Gibbons, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel P. Harrington, Mr. Wil­ liam Hearn Mrs. John Kimball, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Medeiros Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Peter Nelson, Mrs. Peter Ostran­ der Mr. & Mr$. Eugene Van­ hOllten

East Brewster OUR LADY OF THE CAPE

• $200 LaSalette Fathers

$50

FOR ORDINATION: A special papal dispensation was granted by Pope Paul VI so that Ernest Adam Beck, 39, a married former Lutheran minister may be ordained a Cath­ olic priest of the Latin Rite. A native of Detroit, he served_ in Lutheran churches in Texas and New Jersey. NC Photo. Guertin, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Mrs. John Moniz, Mrs. Mildred James, Mrs. Mary C. Maddalena Moore Mr. & Mrs. Frank Mello, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Mundo, Thomas P. Moriarty, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. James E. Murphy, Raymond Pendergast, Mr. & Mr. Francis Murray, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Albert Scaramelli, Mr. & William Murrie, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Francis V. Storey, Dr. & Normand Nault Jr. Mrs. Laurence Sylvia Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Neally, Mrs. Donald Nickulas, Mr. & $10 Mrs. U:baldo Nugnes, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Ander­ son, Mr. & Mrs. John Aylmer Jr., Austin O'Blenis, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph O'Brien Mrs. Heyworth Backus, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Stephen B. O'Brien Mrs. Walter Baker Jr., Hon. & Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Orlando, Mrs. Raoul Beaudreau Mrs. Roy Beaudry, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Parker, Mr. James Blake, Mrs. Donald Booth, & Mrs. John .I. Pendergast Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Perkins Mr. & Mrs. Harold Boyne, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Richard Post Jr., Mrs. Francis Brown Mrs. Willis Robbins, Mrs. Regi­ Mrs. Eileen Buckley, Mr. & nald Sawyer, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Robert Cannon, Mr. & Mrs. Silvia, Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Joseph Cartwright, Mr. & Mrs. Simmons Randolph Childs, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. Thomas P. Smith, Mr. & Emerson Cloutier Mr. & Mrs. Pasquale Colella, Mrs. W. Arthur Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Stefens, Mr. & Mrs. Dr. & Mrs. James Colgan, Mr. & Edward D. Sullivan, Mr. Frank Mrs. William B. Colleary, Mr. & Sullivan Mrs. Patrick Cooney, Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sullivan, Joseph S. Corey Mr. &: Mrs. Stanley Tamish, Mr. Mrs. Arminda Correia, Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Cross, Mr. Patrick & Mrs. Joseph Terry, Mr. & Mrs. Philidore Tetreault, Mrs. Rob­ Davis, Mrs. Edward Dean, Mr. & ert Thompson Mrs. John Dean , Mrs. Raymond Thornton, Mr. Miss Laura Dean, Dr. Fred­ & Mrs. Richard Tierney, Mr. & erick J. Duncan, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Gerald Uniacke, Mr. & Mrs. Orrin Eaton Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Vages Sr., Miss Cath­ Thomas Fellows, Mrs. Adam erine VanTassell Gage Mr. Jolin E. VanTassell. Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Robert Goodwin, Mrs. Albert Green, Miss Helen Mr. John E. VanTassell Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Francis Walsh, Mr. & A. Greenwood, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ Mrs. Martin Walsh, Mr. & Mrs. ward Harrington, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Welch James A. Hayes Mr. & Mrs. George Wetmore, Mrs. Leonard G. Healy, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Hurley, Mr. & Mrs. Miss L. Ailene Wheat,_ Mrs. Ellis Johnson, Dr. & Mrs. James Katherine S. Wightman, Mr. & Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Ronald E. .Mrs. Alfred Wilmouth, Mr. & Mrs. William Brown Johnson Mr. Armand Belisle, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Henry Kelley, Mr. & Mrs. William R. Kelley, Mrs. William Kirk, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Kirley, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Kurra. Mr. & Mrs. Nelson LaFrenier, Mr. & Mrs. Roger Larribee, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred LesCarbeau, Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Levesque, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Linnell Mrs. Katherine R. Liston, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Long, Mr. & Mrs. Allan G. MacDonald,. Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Maki, Mr. & Mrs. 653 Washington Donald Martel Mrs. Henry McDevitt, Mr. & WYman Mrs. Michael McDonough, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley M ~ Mr. &;

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Perking' Jr. Walter .I. Tuffy Helena Brooks $40 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Norris $Z5 Mr. & Mrs. Henry Callahan Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Craffey Mr. & Mrs. Arthur G. Baron­ ousky $20 Mr. & Mrs. Dean Yount, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Ellis $16 Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Packett $15 Mr. & Mrs. Philip Collyer, Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln D. Lynch, Mrs. Mary Healy Clark, Madeline C. Brown, Anna M. Unsworth, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Dickey $10 Mr. & Mrs. Harry A. MacDon­ ald, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Gallant, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kinder, Helen M. McMahon, Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln A. Brogi Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L. Keefe, Mr. & Mrs. Harold S. Ellis, Mr. &: Mrs. James White, Mr. & Mrs. Avard Craig, Edward Murray Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. Walker, Margaret Blake, Mr. & Mrs. Mario Mere, Mrs. Raymond Ertel, Mr. & Mrs. Earl K. Eld­ redge Mr. & Mrs. Neal Nevin, Major Doris F. Jensen, Mr. & Mrs. James Manning, Mr. & Mrs. Ross Simpson, Mr. & Mrs. William Grenier Mr. & Mrs. Paul LaBrecque, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Foley, Mr. &: Mrs. Fred J. Maher, Mrs. Jean­ nette Coombes, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Manning, Mr. & Mrs. William Bohlin, Mr. & Mrs. William E. Durham, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas King, Carl Zopatti, Mr. & Mrs. Monte Zo­ patti Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hassett, Mr. & Mrs. Richard LaPorte, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Smith, Mrs. Isaac L. FraUen, Mr. &: Mrs. Thomas Fox Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. LitlOw­ ski,. Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Harris, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. Hallo­ ran, Mr. & Mrs. John C. Kohut, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Keegan Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Levasseur, Mrs. Ruth Lynch, Mr. &: Mlrs. Robert Baker, Mrs. Marjorie Walsh

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$750 Kimball FounQ.ation

$550 Fernandes Super Markets Inc.

$300 Our Lady's Chapel-New Bed­ ford

$275 Rev. Thomas F.' Daley

$250 Anonymous

Rev. Francis X. Wallace Anonymous

$200

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$50

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$35

Mr. & Mrs. John Merna

$25

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Mr. & Mrs. John Garcin Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wales Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Hawkins Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Lafrenier Mr. Raymond Rioux Mr. & Mrs. Joel Cloud Mr. & Mrs. Clifton Adams Mr.& Mrs. James Connor

Venus de Milo

$150

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$100 Rev. William Galvin Rev. John F. Hogan Rev. Louis J. Joseph LaSalette Seminary, Attlebore Walsh Brothers

E. James Kurtz

Dioc·esan Teachers Meet

Swan Finishing Co.

$500 Duro Finishing Co. Slades Ferry Trust Co.

$300 Catholic Womens Club-Fan River

$150 Mr. &. Mrs. Michael McMahon

$125

$75 Rev. Joseph L. Powers Rev. John Pegnam

$50 R. J. Toomey Co.

$25 Gothic Cr:tft Inc. Farley Harvey Co. Will & Baumer Candle Co. Inc.

Fall River News Co. Inc. WSAR Radio Station

$100 Henry J. Duffy Pharmacy Catholic Woman's Club Somerset

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$60

$10 Western Waterproofing Co., Inc., Land O'Lakes Creameries Inc.

John F. McMahon & Sons. Inc"

$50

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Continued from Page One A.M., coordinator of the Catholic Boy,;' High School, Gloucester. An unusual feature of the pro­ gram will be a panel on educa-

tional television, with experts from the "Twenty-One Inch Classroom" and the new Catho­ lic Television Station, WIHS, in Boston.

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$20 DonIe's Tire and Appliance D. Murphy & Co. Inc. Beneficial Finance Co..

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Raymond L. Parent, Mr. & Mrs. Rene Patenaude, Mr. & Mrs. George C. Penrose Mr. & Mrs. Albert 1. Picard-, Mr. & Mrs. Walter .J. Pitera, :\ill'. & Mrs. Ambrose A. Powers, Mr. & Mrs. Jean .N. Rousseau, 1\lr. & Mrs. Antone Saraiva Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John E. Scanlon; Mr. & Mrs. Harold Senay, Mr. & Mrs. William A. Shannon, MI'. & Mrs.Augustus J. Simcoe, Dawn E. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Rodney E. Star­ rett, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Sullivan, Henry R. Sullivan, Mrs. Eliza­ beth M. Suspiro, Mr. & ::\lrs. Oliver S. Souza 1\1r. & Mrs. Bernard Swales

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Clarence R. Wamboldt, Mr. & ' Mrs. George W .. Welsh. Mr, & Mrs: John R. Wood, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Zervis. .

Frands Salamon Joseph Espinola, Mr. & Mrs. OlgaTio Phillips, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Perates, Mrs. Catherine 9. Heald, Mr. & Mrs. William F .. Jo-hannis .Mr. & Mrs. Francis Mehlmann, Manuel Souza, lVIr. & Mrs. Jo­ seph R. Pavao, Mr. & Mrs. Dan­ i~!- Moni 4 , Mr. 8?Mrs. Daniel Almeda . . Colony Emblems, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Courville, Mr. & Mrs. Harry John'son, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Berlo, Mr. & Mrs. Louis J . .Flanagan . Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Vaudreuil, Mrs. Mary Lenon, Mr. & Mrs. FR. lU. P. FERREIRA FR. G. E. AMARAL J()seph. Barboza, Mary & Anna· S:mtos, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Or­ mondMr. & Mrs. _Bertrand Boulay, ville, Md. and St. Mary's Semi­ Continued [rom Page· One Mr. & Mrs. Albert Dube, Mr. & nary, Baltimore, He was ordain­ Taunton, and Immaculate Con­ . Mrs. Charles Graham,. Mr. & ed by the late Bishop Cassidy ception Church, New Be'dford, Mrs. Herbert .Rego, Mr. & Mrs. on ,May 31, 1947. He served as until 1937 when he was sent to aibert Rousseau. 'Fell River assistant at St. Michael's 'Church, Mr. & Mrs. Aldei Boulanger the Catholic Univer!?ity in Wa-~h­ ss PETER & PAUL Fall River, and Mt. Carmel, New ipgton for advanaed studies. He & Grace, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Bedford. . .. $1000 Mathias, Mr. & Mrs. Harvey returned to the New Bedford Rev. David A. O'Brien Father Ferreira Parish and also served at Our _Lenon, lVIr. & Mrs. Antone San­ $75 Father F'erreira, the son of tana, Mr. & Mrs. Jose R. Sousa Lady of Health "Parish, Fall Rev. John P. Driscoll 'Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ferreira, River. On Sept. 16, 1944, he be­ Jr. was born in Provincetown on Rev. John F. Andrews Mr. & Mrs. Craig Mulligan, came pastor of St. Anthony's Jan. 24, 1930. He stUdied at -St. $30 Mrs. Arthur .cote, Mr. & Mrs. Parish in East Falmouth.' 1\ilary's Seminary, Baltin-ore, and The Misses Marion r&. Arm.e Father Mendonca 'Norman E. :Ashley, .Mr. & Mrs. O'Hearn

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. Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Skelly, Luiz G. Mendonca. was born in ordination he was assigned as :Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Bourne, Mr. New Bedford on Sept. 26. 1919. assistant atSt. .Elizabeth's Par­ Mr. & Mrs. George A. Morgan ish, Fall River, and, on Sept. 25, He ~raduated from Holy F'amily & Mrs. Robert 'Staples, Evelyn $15

1962, was transferred to Mt. High School and made his semi­ '~n, Mr. & Mrs..Stephen Sta­ The Eugene Freehette Family.

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Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Carberry, ordained June 10, 1944, by the & Mrs; AloysiusJ..Gabriel, :VIr. Charlotte Britland,Mrs. E~yn

Blanche & Theresa Chabot,_ Mr. late Bishop Cassidy in St. Mary.'s & Mrs. Raoul Gagnon. Crowell, Mr. & Mrs. Amerieo. &; l\Irs. Franl5: F. Deni!\, Mr. & Cathedral, Fall River. He served . Mr. & Mrs. ·Peter Gelewski, DeMarco, Mr. & Mrs. James A. Mrs. Eldred Rose as assistant at Santo Christo Mr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Giannola, Donnelly _ .

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Haskell, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F. Thomas H. McNally trator of Our Lady of Health Henry . Mrs. Joseph Dias Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. O'HE:arn, Parish, Fall River, Father Re­ 'Mrs. Francisco Mella & F<m1­ Mr. & Mrs. J. Hoss, Mr. &

sendes. was born Dec. 20, 1909, Mrs. Edmund Humphreys, Rob~ James H. Riley, Vincent C. Rut­

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$.100 June 20, 1937 by Most Rev. SpQnishDiploma

Kret, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Lavoie Mrs. William Freeman .Guilhermeda Cunha Guimares. Mr. & Mrs. Dennis F. Long­ :;"Iiss Helena Rodriguez, dau~ht­ Mr. & Mrs. J. Edward Lajoie After serving in the Azores he shaw, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. tel' of Mr. & Mrs. EdwardL. $50 came to this country in 1947 and Lowney, Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah Rodriguez, New Bedford, a stY.­ ,Mr. & Mrs Mason Cleveland served as assistant at St. John Luongo, Mrs. Lillia'ri V. Martin, dent at Salve Regina College, ,Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Maguire the Baptist Cht.:reh, New Bed­ Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Martin 'Newport, has received a diploma. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond F. Swee- ford, and .since 1958, at Immacu­ Mr. & Mrs. James E. McCor­ of honor from EI Institudo de J~ late Conception, .New Bedford. mack, Mr. & Mrs. Jack McCor­ Cultura Hispanica de Madrid, $40

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ton, JosephL. Morissett~, Wil­ Foley, Mr. & Mrs. George Fo~ey ".A Resident School for Boys Grammar Grades 4-5-6-7-81

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Somerset

To Share the Faith-

God Love You

ST. PATRICK By Most Rev.' Fulton J. Sheen, D.D. $125 Breaking the Commandments is news, but virtue never m{lkee Dr. Roger Cadieux headlines. Juvenile deIiquentsare "good press," but how abo\lll $100 good young men, such as this public-school student who writes: Mr: & Mrs. Harold Regan St. Vincent de Paul Society "Enclosed please find a money-order for $32 which I want to Dr. & Mrs. Roland Chabot donate to the Holy Father's Society for the Propagation of the $50 • Faith. I didn't earn it myself, but I formed Q mission club called The Laymen's Missionary Society. I'm a teenager in public school, Mr. & Mrs. David Kilroy but I want to share my Faith with all my non-Catholic friends. t Mr. & Mrs. Harold Meehan also want to help the missionaries share it with the poor, because Mr. & Mrs. JohnJ. Burns I believe the 'poor rich Christ' of America is keeping the Redemp­ $30 tion of Our Lord to itself. Our mission club is small, consisting of Mr. & Mrs. James Lane 29 members from the ages of ro to 87. Eleven are high schOCll Mr. & ::.vII's. Paul Tessier students, so don't think you are fighting alone. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Moniz The Vincent Dorsey Family Dr & Mrs Leonard N. Bilodeau "My dear Bishop, the reason I am telling you about our Mr. & Mrs. Angelo E. Flynn mission club is because I would like to order 16 WoorldmissioD Mr. & Mrs. Jolul Pires Jr. Rosaries. We are going to start saying the Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. McNally Rosary for the Missions at our meetings. $29 To give you a glimpse of our enthusiasm, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Rezendes let me tell you about our last session. J $25 started it with a talk which I assembled THIRD DEGREE: Participating in the conferring of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Grackl from reading MISSION maga2ine. Then we the third degree on new me:mbers in the K of C South End Mr. & Mrs. William Moran were instructed in Christian doctrine by Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Kilgrew Council No. 295, Fall River, were, left to right: Joseph our parish prie'se We have deetded to meet Almas; William Mello; James A. (~uinn, G.K.; Joseph M. twice a month for the mission meeting, Mr. & Mrs. Fernand C. E. Au­ followed by instruction. There were 35 elair .Crofton, financial secretary; and Maurice Milot. Bishop peopIe at this meeting, and if we get a few Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Rapoza Connolly is a member of thi:~ Coundl. more members, we will ask our pastor to Mr. & Mrs. Carleton D. Board­ let us make this a parish society. man Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. BieUo Jr Frank Morris, Mr. & Mrs. Syl- Frands R. Jones, Mr. & Mrs. Frederick L. Mason Jr. "My dear Bishop, pray for us so we Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Mello vester Medeiros Mr, & Mrs. Wilfred Martin, will become like lambs, so we will shed Mr. & Mrs. Edmund F. Bagley Margaret C: Lynch, Mr. & Mrs. Mary E. Judge Antone Soares, Mr. & Mrs. Ed- Mr. & Mrs. James E. Bradbury, some of our wool for the poor. And please tell the Holy Father to use an the money you give him quickly, because I can't waA Mrs. George Goodfellow ward R. Silvia, Mr. & Mrs. John Mary E. Lynch, Mr. & Mrs. Fran­ Mr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Riley Nordeste, Mr. & Mrs. Francis cis J. McCarthy, Mr. & Mrs. John for the poor pagans to meet our Divine Savior. I'n never stop praying for the Missions!" F. Lopes $20 Foster Barbara A. Lopes, Dr. Charles Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. Krupa, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Latour, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Pereira, Lil- & Mrs. Raymond R. Bachand, E. Riley, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon W. GOD LOVE YOU TO ANX. fGr $'7'75 "'At the Suggestion of lian L. Haddad, Mr. & Mrs. Dan- Mr. & Mrs. Francis Mulrooney, Haggerty, Mr. & Mrs. Adelard my confessor, I send this to the poor of the world." ......... to C.S.T. J. Dragon, Mrs. Margaret Bear­ iel J. Salmon, Mr. & Mrs. Domi- Mr. & Mrs. Norman L. O'Brien, for $2 "I received this for serving a wedding. I decided tbis was nick Ciafardini, John Biello, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Armand A. Saurette den. a good time for a teenager to do something useful with his money." & Mrs. Edward P. Doucette, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Smith, Mr. • ...... to C. S. for $10 "Through the past three years, while I have Somerset & Mrs. Joseph Matthews, Mrs. ,& Mrs. Ellsworth W. Fountain, ST. JOHN OF GOD been in nurse's training school, I have made all kinds of excuses Grace Doolan , Mr. & Mrs. John D. Cook, Mr. & $100 for not sending you an oUerinl'. I am now sending yoo a day'. $15 Mrs. Roland Thibault, Sheila Rev. Bento R. Frago wages from my extra job at the super market. It is in gratitude te $30 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Benevides, Murphy Our Lord and Our Lady for helping me complete my course anel AtW. & Mrs. Francis J. Car­ Richard Leonard, Joseph Tinsley Patrick Murphy, Mr. &: begging their help in this blessed calling." Mrs. Joseph Tinsley, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Murphy, Theresa reiro $25 Charles Fisher Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Dr. & Mrs. Jesse Baptista We are not only asking for your sacrifices, but for yCl'U1' praym. Mr. & Mrs. George G. Sylvia, Lima, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Guertin Geo:rge Correia too. Send your request and an offering of $2 for thl} WORLDMI8­ Ronald Haddad. Mr. & Mrs. EdMr. & Mrs. Geo. W. Carpenter, William Raposa SION ROSARY, and we will send you these multi-coiored bea'" ward F.Blain Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Roger Thibault, Mr. blessed by Bishop Sheen. Each time you say the WORLDMISSIOJf John O. Soares $10 & Mrs. Joseph Malvey, Mr.' & ROSARY you will remember to put aside a daily sacrifice _ John Velozo Jr. . Mr. & Mrs. Edmond Massad, Mrs. Edward J. Ready, Mr. & the Holy Father. $15 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Russo, Mr. & Mrs. Cyril Amarelo Frank R. Borges Jr. Mrs Armand Dufault, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Armand Forand, Ant{,nio Sardinha Henry A. Collins, Mrs. Frank J. Mr. & Mrs. Norman Oliveira, Cut out this column, pin yoUI,' sacrifice to it and mail it . ' $12 Monarch Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Potter Jr., Mr. the Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of the Societ7 Alfr,~d Alves for the Propagation of the Faith, 366 Fifth Avenue, New York Mr. & Mrs. Roger M. Morgan, & Mrs. Geo. A. Belcher, Mrs. Leor,el S. Medeiros 1, N.Y., or your Diocesan Director, RT. REV. RAYMOND '.l'. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Bargan- Robert M. Johnston $10 CONSIDINE, 368 North Main Street, Fall River, Mass. tine, Mrs. Joseph Ferreira, JosMr. & Mrs. John W. Kinnane, Manuel C. Botelho, Joseph H. eph Ferreira, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Mullins, Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. James E. Sullivan, Camara, Raymond Lapointe, Mr. & Mrs. James L. Donahue, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Daley, Mr. Louis Machado, Manuel Michael. ll Frederick McGrady Jr, Duarte Mr. & Mrs. Alfred L. Farrell, Mr. & Mrs. Norman M. Simmons & Mrs. John Dewhurst, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Ready, Mr. Perry, Joseph Raposa, George Famous Reading HARD COAL ~~D ri~ Mrs. Leon L. Doyle. Mr. & Mrs. & Mrs. Geo. Lee, Mr. & Mrs. Rebello, Helena Rocha Virginia DeFarias, Guilher­ Arthur F. Cassidy John J. Ready, Mr. & Mrs. Henry NEW ENGLAND COKE ~~V~ "'~.~ William Casey, Thomas F Hus- J. Henault, Mrs. Robert B. Bond mina Aguiar & Mary E. Nunes, DADSON OIL BURNERS ~i:f' ~ Gus Amaral, Joseph Arruda Jr., sey, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Silvia, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Farrell, Mr. Manuel Arruda ,Mrs. Anthony R. Silva, Mr. & & Mrs. Edward J. DeYoung, Mr. 24-Hour Oil Burner Service Daniel Benevides, Frank Be­ & Mrs. Wilfred D. Talbot, Mr. & Mrs. Melvin J. Russell nevides, John Bernard, Roland Charcoal Briquets ~ ~,~ Cecile Dupere, Edward Meno, Mrs. Lawrence Rodenbush, Mr. Bernardo, Charles Borges Bag' Coal - Charcoal ~..../ /" _,....,'~ Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Malvey, Mr. & Mrs. John J. Pavao David Botelho, Joseph Botel­ & Mrs. Anthony P. Sabatino, Mr. Mrs. Benjamin Friend, Mr. & ho, Louis Cabral, William Cabral & Mrs. Everett Lahue Mrs. Gerard Turcotte, Mr. & Mrs John Chellel Mr. & Mrs. Antone F. Mello, Russell L Dionne, Veronica Apps John Costa, John S. Crowe, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Pavao, Mr. & Mrs. Mary Gannon John Dankievitch, Arthur Feno, Mrs. Marion Souza, Dr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. John Scanlon, Mr. Manuel Ferreira Jr. New Bedford 640 Pleasant Street Tel. WY 6·8271 Thomas Clark, Mr. & Mrs. Albert & Mrs. Leo Creamer, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Flores, Antone, Fur­ Victor J. Cordeiro, Mrs. Charles tado, Joseph Gabriel, Joseph A. Levesque Mr. & Mrs. Leo A. Bond, Mr. R. Brown, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Gagnon, Herman Gijbons Manuel Gonsalves, Joseph D. & Mrs. James C. Noonan, Mr. & Benedict

Mrs. Joseph F. Biastoff, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Connors, Mr. Lawl'en,~e, Armand Lebel, Julio Mrs. William H. Barrar, Agnes & Mrs. Edward Synan, Mr. & Luciano, Edward J. Machado, F. Travis Mrs. Pierre R. Picard, Mrs. Dan- Raymond R. Machado JameE P. Malone, Frank V. Mr. & Mrs. James Courcier, iel A. Flynn, Mr. & Mrs. Oscar INCORPORATED 1937 Medeiros, Antonio Miranda, Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Murphy, Wiedeman Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Moran, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Ouellette Manuel Moniz, Alfred Monteiro. Anna Monteiro, Joseph Mon­ Mr. & Mrs. Thomas McDonald, Helen F. Murphy, Louise M Mur­ Lillian Hennessey' phy, Jane M. Keefe, Emily G. teiro, Manuel Moraes, Manuel C. Motta, Manuel S. Pereira Mr. & Mrs. James R. McGuin- Keefe ,Mary Oldham, John Ramos, ness, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kuhner, Mary A. Coleman, Mr. & Mrs. :Lurano ::tamos & Family, Dennis Mr. & Mrs. Thomas DeVido, Mr. Francis B. Miguel, Eileen Cole­ :Rapoza, James Rebello & Mrs. Frederick Forest, Mr. & man, Mr. & Mrs George Coleman JAMES H. COLLINS, C.E., Pres.

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William Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dwyer, Mrs. Fannie Mendes, Mrs. William Drew Mr. & Mrs. William Lavin ' Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kenneally Mr. & Mrs. William Fratus Mr' & Mrs. James F. Burke, 'Mrs: H?rold Brunelle, Mrs. Joseph DIxon Mr. & Mrs. Michael Klun Mr & Mrs. Henry Houle, Agnes' Em~ mett, Lorie Lutheran, Mrs. De­ lina O'Hare . William L. Carney, Mrs. Wil­ ham L. Carney, Francis B. Bro­ g~n, Alice Godin, Mr. & Mrs. GIlbert Martin Mr. & Mrs. Charles Cloutier Mrs. Theresa Mudgett.- Mr. Mrs. John Levine Jr., Alyce La­ Crosse, Mr. & Mrs. Cranston Montcalm Mrs. Michael F. Burns Mrs Lydia Peters, Emerson A. Elgee: Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Borowick Mrs. Albert Bourgeois ' Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Robert Mrs Marie Howes, Adelard Be~noit' ~rs. Joseph qerrior, Mrs. Hya~ cmth Gerrior May C. Fay, Mrs. William H. Ogden Jr., Mrs. Frank Wirtanen Mrs. Mary Santos, Mr. & Mrs: Louis Borsari Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Bourque Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Amaral, Mr: & Mrs. Manuel Medeiros, Jose E. DeMello, Mr. & Mrs. John Tib­ betts Mr. & Mrs. Harold West, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Roycroft, Mrs. Joseph Chicoine, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ ward Meuse, Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Kelly Mr. & Mrs. Allred Houle Sr., Mrs. Sylvester Francis, Mr. & Mrs. Nerie Allain, Mr. & Mrs. John Gonsalves, Mrs. Elsie Bearse Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. John Vierre, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Lang ~obert Jameson, Mr. & Mrs: George D. Sheehan Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Leary Marianne McCarthy, Mrs. Alic~ McGinn, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Gonsalves, Mr. & Mrs. Elmer W. Nixon Mr. & Mrs. Peter Belloncl Mr. & Mrs. Alton Robbins, Mr: & Mrs. James Boles III Robert E. Nixon, Mr. & Mrs: Julius Morin Sr. Mrs. John A. Dee, Mrs. Thadea & Miss Lorraine Normandin Mrs. Herbert Jackson, Mr. & Mrs. William Hamblin, Dr. Wal­ ter J. McDonough Cape Bowl, Hall Cleaners, Barnstble County Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Cape Cod Travel Agency, Sarah Anne McGlinchy Mr. & Mrs. Raymond St. Ger­ main, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Koe­ nig, Mr. & Mrs. Roger A. Cregg, Dr. A. W. Mandelstam

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AT ASSEMBLY: Charles O'Connell, student govern­ ment council president at Bishop Stang High School, North Dartmouth, addresses assembly. Mr. & Mrs. John Rosario, Mrs. Catherine Johnson, Mrs. Rose Fernandes, Paul McBride Mrs. J. Neves, Mr. & Mrs. George Smithson, Mr. & Mrs. Marcel Kenney, Mr. & Mrs. John W. Dalton, Mr. & Mrs. Clovis Poyant Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Souza, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Holmes, Mr. & Mrs. William Naylor, Georgette Barrier, Mr. & Mrs. Francis T. Buckley Mrs. Catherine Jones, Mrs. Mary Roderick, Mrs. Norma Bar­ ter, 'William Davis, Dr. & Mrs. William O'Donnell Mr. & Mrs. John J. McBride, Mr. & Mrs. William Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. V. D.' Rodgers, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Casey, Mr. & Mrs. Francis King Mr. & Mrs. James Shattuck, Mrs. Madeline Armstrong, Mr. & Mr.s Howard Fahey, Marian Peterson, Elizabeth Madden Thomas Burns, Mr. & Mrs. 'Charles Kelley, Mr. & Mrs. Rich_ ard .Kosinski, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ ward J.' Machado, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Gillespie Mrs. Eva Chase, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cabrac, Mrs. John F. & James Connelly, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence O'Rourke, Cecelia O'Rourke Mr. & Mrs. Henry Rivers, Pat_ riek Tobin, Mr. & Mrs. A. Gau­ thier, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Nault Sr., Paul Slavin Mr. & Mrs. Richard Slavin, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Doudican, Mr. & Mrs. George Rowe, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Kelleher, Mary Costello Mr. & Mrs. Paul Dore, Roland Hochu, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kelley, Mrs. Cecilia Moore, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Roderick Mr. & Mrs. James Sherburne, Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Powers, James Powers, Mr. & Mrs. John Baldasaro, Mr. & Mrs. Leon Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Louis Cataldo, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Peckham, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hazelton, Anthony Botello, Mr. & Mrs.

Lawrence Marsland Mr. & Mrs. Roger E. Brown, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Clement Gerald J. Hayes, Mr. & Mrs: Henry Smith, Mrs. Esther Hearn Mr. & Mrs. Bernard G. Fratus Lillian Senteio, Mr. & Mrs: Louis St. Peter, Mr. & Mrs. Rob­ ert C. Joslyn, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Marshall Mr. & Mrs. David J. Holden, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Corrigan, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Nelson Mr & Mrs. Francis Sullivan,'Mrs: Anna Lacy Mr. & Mrs. William Murphy Mrs. Alice Farnsworth John W' Spence, Mr. & Mrs. Lo~is Silvia' Helen Sweeney , Mr, & Mrs. Edmund Purcell Mr. & Mrs. John McCaul, Mr. Mrs. Edward Gosselin, J. J. Sax_ ton, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Finn Mr. & Mrs. George Brouillette Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McManus' Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Robsham' Charles Doyle, Mrs. Oral Malo~ ney Edward J. Barry, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Christensen, Mr. & Mrs. James Dean, Mr. & Mrs. Leon Chausse, Mrs. Dorothy Jones Mr. & Mrs. George Connell Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Field Mr' & Mrs. Leo Hogan Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Harry Ryder, Mr. & Mrs. Ferdinand Gallant Mr. & Mrs. William Duches­ ney, Mrs. Frederick L. Chicoine, Mrs. Dorothy McMakin, Mrs. Raymond Wheeler, Mr. & Mrs. John Quealey A Friend, Mr. & Mrs Simon .Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Edwa~d Beu­ cler, Mr. & Mrs. George Beau-

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Robert:Booth, Mr. & Mrs. Adrian Bosh Mr. & Mrs. Norman Boudreau, John Bowen, Mrs. William. Bowen, Mr. & Mrs. Willi.am Bowen, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Boyer Mary J. Boyle, Mrs. Susan Breen, Kaye Brennan, Francis A. Brouillard, Charles Brown Mr. & Mrs. Eric Brown, Carol Bryl''1t, Elaine Bryant, Mrs. He'r­ bert Bryant, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bryson Mrs. Lena Buchanan, Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Burke, Mrs. Alan Burt, Mr. & Mrs. John Byrnes, Mrs. Mary Callahan Mrs. Joseph Camara, Mr. & Mrs. O. E. Cameron, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Canary, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Canavan, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Cardin Raymond Carey, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Carpenter, Chester C. Carr Jr., Mr. & Mrs. David Carreiro, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel S. Carreiro John Carroll, John and Kath­ leen Carroll, Michael Carron, Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Caruso, MI'. & Mrs. Robert Cassidy Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Castro, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Cavaeo, MI'. & Mrs. Andrew 1. Charron, James & Margaret: Clark, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Clegg Jr. . Mr. & Mrs. William Clinton, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Cloutier, Mr. &: Mrs. Norman Cloutier, LawrencEl Coffey, Nabby Coffey Mr. & Mrs. Richard Colette, Mr. & Mrs. Danie: Collins, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Colombo, Vernal Colomb, William Colomb geraldine Condon, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Conley, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Conroy, Ray Cooney, Mr. & Mrs. James Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Coppola Mr. & Mrs. Donald Corbeil, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Corcoran, Mr. & Mrs. James Corcoran, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Cordle Mr. & Mrs. Allen Corkum, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Cronan, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Cronin, Mr. & Mrs. Mervell Cronin, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Creeden Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Cronin, Mr. & Mrs. James Crook, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Cruff, Mr. & Mrs. John A Cummings, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cunningham . James & Miss Mary Curde, Mrs. Mary Currie, Mrs. Wilton Dale, Mrs. Emma Davey, Mr. & Mrs. Ian Davis Mrs. Edward Deegan, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Demers, Mr. & Mrs. Edward DeMoura, Mr. & Mrs. Russell Dennen, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Dennett Mr. & Mrs. Gerald DesJar­ dins, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Desrosier, Harry C. Diegel" Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Donaghy, Mr. &~ Mrs. William Donahue Mr. & Mrs. Walter Doraz, Mrs. Bradford Dorrance, Mr. & Mrs. John J. Dowdall, Ernest W. Doyle Mr. & Mrs. James Doyle, Ann M. Driscoll, Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Dudovicz, Mr. & Mrs. Lorenzo Dupont, Mrs. John Dwyer Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Dykas, Mr. & Mrs. Bert Edson, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Elliott, Mr. & Mrs. Milton Elsbree, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Endler Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank Fanning, Rocca Fantaccione, Mrs. George Farrington Jr., Mrs. Henry Felix, Mr. & Mrs. Carmina Ferreira Elizabeth Ferrara, Mr. & Mrs. John Ferrara, Mr. & Mrs. Law­ rence Fitton, Mrs. Anna Fleming, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Flynn Mrs. Agnes Foley, Mr. & Mrs. James Foley, Mr. & Mrs. Russell Fontneau, Mrs. Edward Fox, Mr. & Mrs. James Frazer Kent Frazer, Mr. & Mrs. Rus­ sell Frederickson, Mrs. Joseph Amos Fredette, Mrs. Leslie Gage, Angela Galligan Mary Galligan, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Gallup, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Garbn, Mr. & Mrs. Saul H. Gaudreau, Mr. & Mrs. Emilio Gautieri Margaret Gaynor, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gendron, Mr. & Mrs. Rocco Giannitelli, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Gibbons, Mr., & Mrs•

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Thompsor.., James Tigano John Tigano, Mrs. James Tra­ verse, Mr, & Mrs. Edward Truc­ chi, Mr. & Mrs. John Trucch!. Sr., Mr. &: Mrs. William Trucchi Mr. & Mrs. Manuel O. Ventura Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Veradt, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Walsh, Elizabeth White, Mr. & Mrs. John J. Wright Jr. Mr. & 'ftll'rs. Alfred Cormier, Eleana & Catherine Coy.le, Ann Crowninshield, Albert Dian, Mr. & Mrs. John Doherty Jr. Mary Donahue, Anna Drink­ waler, Jennie F. Driscoll, Mr. & Mrs. Nor:nan Dumont, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Dutra Anna Fent9n, Esther Fenton, Helen Fen ton, Alice May Flynn, M:r. & Mr:l. Omer Frappier Mr. & Mrs. Albert Gordon, Emelie Gordan, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Gorey, Mr. & Mrs. Willis . H. Gove,. Mr. & Mrs. David Grant :Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Gurney, Mrs. Helen M. Harrigan, Kathe­ rine Hern, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Horgan, Mr. & Mrs. John J. KE!lly .James Kenyon, Mr. & Mrs. Roger Kingsley Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Arthur LaJ'ointe, Janice Lawlor,

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Mr. & Mrs. Robert Miller, Wi}.. liap" Moniz, Mr. & Mrs. James Moran, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Moran, Julia Moran Mary Moran, David F. Mullen, Maydell Murphy, r. & Mrs. Ed­ gar McAloon, Mr. & Mrs. James F. McCaffrey Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd McGovern, Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. McGrath, Cecilia McLaughlin, Francis Mc­ Manus, Grace McManus Mr. & Mrs. John F. McNamara, Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Neville, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Oliviera, Mr, & Mr.s. Paul Ouillette, Frances Papazoni Mr. & Mrs.fJ\'ank Papazoni, Mr. & Mrs. Ito.bert Parent, Mr. & Mrs.. Robert Arieta, Mr. & Mrs. William Avilla, Caesar Campi Mr. & Mrs. Caniel Chisholm, Mr. & Mrs. James C. Cleary, Louise Connelly, Cynthia, Nor­ ma, Jean & Alfred Correia, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Crandall Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Crown­ inshield, Mrs. Ruth Dickinson, Mr.. & Mrs. Roland Ducharme, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Ferreira, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Ferreira Joan Frazier, Mrs. Louis Fra­ zier, Mr. & Mrs. Rolanrl Goff, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Goulet, Ray­ mond Green Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Gregory, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hooben, Mr. & Mrs. James Kelliher, Mr. & Mrs. John Latham, Mrs. May Lenney Joseph Lema, Robert Le Vas­ seur, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Lewis, Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Lewis, Mrs. Marion Lima " Mrs. Ruth MacLean, Mrs. Joan Morgan, Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Mulcahey, Mr. & Mrs. James H. McCarthy, Mr. & Mrs. William McCarthy Eleanor McGrath, Mr. & Mrs. Richard McMorrow, Mr. & Mrs. James Pemberton Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Frank Quegan, Mr. & Mrs. Philip Reilly Mr. & Mrs. Mario Riva, Mr. & Mrs. Antone R. Rose, Mrs. Dorothy Short, Mr. & Mrs. An­ tone Silvia, Mrs. John Southam Mr. & Mrs. Arthur G. Souza, Mr. & Mrs. John Trucchi Jr.. Mr. & Mrs. Peter Trucchi, Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Van Frachen, Mr. & Mrs. Leonel Ventura Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Walker, Mr. . & Mrs. Stephen Wapenski, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Wise, Mr. & Mra. Joseph Ricketts

py MOTHERS

DAY1 And we hope it's an especially Happy and

Memorable Day for you, Motherl

itizens :~'a~~

DOWNTOWN FALL RIVER


'Taunton

THE ,ANCHOR­

Thurs., May 7, 1964

ST. PAm

$150 Rev. Joseph F. O'Donnen $100 Mr. & Mrs. Clayton B. :Ren­

nie $35 Mr. & Mrs. Hector Demers $25 John Cunningham $20 Mr. & Mrs. Chester Jackmaft, Mrs. Francis J. Tummon, F. Vernon Harriea " , $15 Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bartel, Eva

Brunelle, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Castle, Olivia Giannini, Mr.' & Mrs. Richard Silva $12 Mrs. & Mrs. Eileen Henchy $10 Mr. & Mrs. William Acheson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Alexander,

Mr. & Mrs. James Almeida, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Audet, Mrs. ,Al­ fred Baylies Jr. Leon P. Bora, Mr. & Mrs. Ern­ est Botellio, Mildred Braga, Man'uel Braga, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Cabral Kathleen Carroll, Rita Carroll, Anna Casella, Caroline Casella, Dominic Casella Frank Casella, Timothy Casel_ la, Lucien Cazeault, Roland Cazeault, Robert Cloutier Mrs. Robert Cloutier, John Connors, Mrs. John Connors, Leo Conroy, Leo Conroy Jr. Mrs. William Crowley, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Curran Jr., Mrs. Mildred E. Deane, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dion, L. DiMonda Mrs. P. DiMonda, Mr. & Mrs. James Driscoll, In Memory of Clara Dontigny, In Memory John P. Drugan, In Memory of Mary L. Drugan Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fielding, Philip Foley, Joseph Giannini, Mrs. Joseph Harwood, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Kelly Mr. & Mrs. J. Kelliher, Mrs. Russell Kelley, Mr. & Mrs. Al­ fred Lacombe, Walter Lade­ bauche, Mr. & Mrs. John Laffan Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lincourt, Mr. & Mrs. Roderick McDonah, Mr. & Mrs. John G. Medas, Mrs. Henry Menard, Mr. & Mrs. Ro­ land Menard Mrs. Donald Moehle, Mildred O'Connor, Mr. & Mrs. William O'Donnell, Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Oliver, Mrs. Alice Olson Harold J. Olson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Pero, Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Place, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Reilly, Mrs. Rita Robert Mr. & Mrs. John Rountree, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Roy, Mrs. Ralph Shuemaker, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Silva, Mrs. Gertrude Simpson Mr. & Mrs. Airrie St. Pierre, Mr. & Mrs. John Steen, Mr. & Mrs. Harry Stringer, Leon Tia-, han, Mrs. Donald Tweedy Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Viveiros,' Mr. & Mrs. Charles Welch, Mrs.' LeRoy Whittle, Mr. & Mrs., Roger Yelle, William Boarman Mrs. William Boarman, Rich­ ard Bresnahan, Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Brown, Mr. &. Mrs. lIarold Cole, Margaret Corriveay Raymond Corriveay, Robert Couto, Vivian Couto, Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Craven, Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Demers Frederick Demers Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Demers, Mr. & Mrs. John T. Donohue, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Driscoll, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Ducharme Mr. & Mrs. Philip Farley, A Friend, A Friend, A Friend, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard 'Goslin Wesley Grandmont, Mrs. Wes­ ley Grandmont, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Jose, Mr. & Mrs. Ray­ mond LaBrie Richard LaBrie, William La­ Brie, Mrs. H. Levesque; Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Lopes, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Mahoney Mr. & Mrs. John A. McRae, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Mello, Mr. & Mrs. William Menard, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Michney, Mr. & Mr~. Fran­ cis Morrison

'AN INSPIRATION TO NATION:' Jerry J. Walsh, former student at Providence College and now a resident of Corona, L.L, receives the President's Trophy as "the Handi­ capped American of the Year." Shown with his wife and two children, Mr. Walsh, after seven years in bed and two operations, has traveled hundreds of thousands of miles for lectures, found jobs for hundreds of handicapped persons, and pressed for research on arthritis. Jerry was stricken with rheumawid arthritis when 18. NC Photo. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Neville, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Nunes, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Oliveira, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Pacheco, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Reed John Reed, Mr. & Mrs. Victor Rodier, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Santos, Mr. & Mrs. John Schon­ dek, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Solari Mr. & Mrs. John Sullivan, Mrs. M. Sweet, Mrs. Thomas Uns­ worth, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Urban, Mary Viera Mr. & Mrs. Clement Wade, Mrs. C. Walton, Lillian White, Joseph Witschey, Mrs. Joseph Witschey HOLY FAMILY

$500 Rt. Rev. William Dolan $40 Joseph Mozzone $25 Alfred st. Yves Joseph Perry \ $20 ' Mr. & Mrs. CamiJle Dietlin, Arthu~ Deniz $15 Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Markow­ ski $10 , Richard Crosby, Thomas Mur­ phy, Ann Perry, Alfred Mattos, Benny Berthao ' ' Rose Marie Motta, William P. Lane, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Rose Jr., Mr. & Mrs. William Powers, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Coughlan Sadie Motta, Edward McGarry, Mrs. Marguerite Aurnhamer, T: Leo McCarron, Hanora O'Brien Ellen O'Coim~r, John Plentus, Manuel Frates, Alfred Amaral, Mrs. Olga Mozzone ' Arthur Collins, John Gon­ salves, Robert Mattos, Leo Nadeau, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Vintro Theodore Brassard, Gordon Marshall, Antone Pereira, Fran­ cis Dutra, Albert Amaral. Alfred Machado, Thomas White, Francis Perry, John Judovina, Henry LaMothe. Robert Menice, Mr. & Mrs. Wiliam Neilan.

Student Center KINSTON (NC)-A $100,000 Catholic student center will be built on the campus of the Uni­ versity of Rhode Island here. The center will be built on a seven and one-half acre site to serve the 2,500 Catholic students attending the university.

SACRED HEART

Carey Mr. & Mrs. John Kennedy, Mr. $100 & Mrs. Roger Prairie, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Makin

Mrs. Lafayette Nolet, Mr. & Mrs. $75 Herbert A. Lee, Mrs. Patricia Rev. Francis B. Connors Combs ' Rev. Joseph P. Delaney Alice Carney, William Cotter, $25 Harold Rheaume, Mr. & Mrs. The Welch Family Vincent McAloon, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Real Samson Fred Rheaume Mr. & Mrs. Robert McCellan Mr. & Mrs. Walter Gallagher, Anna Maguire Mr. & Mrs. Orner Desrochers, Edward Boudreau John Grace, Mr. & Mrs. Albert $20 Howland, Mrs. Mae C. McCarthy Rusconi-Varden Family, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Francis O'Neill, & Mrs. Francis Unsworth, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. O'Neill, Mrs. Robert E. Kelleher, Irene Galtm Rheaume Torres, Mr. & Mrs.' Lidoino Se­ verino Attleboro $15 HOLY GHOST Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Reams $1000 $12 Krew· Incorporated-Attleboro Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Brady $100 $10 , Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Kelliher Mary McCarthy, Margaret Mc­ $40 Carthy, Mr. & Mrs. John S. Mr. & Mrs. Francis Zenie Tripp, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph QUig­ $25 ley, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Bianchi Mr. & Mrs. Howard Bristow Mrs. Bernice Sousa, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. David Foley Mrs. Manuel Cabral, Mr. & Mrs.. , Doris Le Clair 'George A. Moitoza, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Lorden Richard Peyton, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Travers Leon Landry Mr. & Mrs. J. Edward Turley Mrs. Armando Alegi, Mr. & $20 :Mrs. Raymond Corey, Mr. & ,Mrs. Ralph Barboza, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Ellis, Gerald Doiron, Joann Brady . Mary S. Sullivan Judith Makin, Mr. & Mrs. $15 Francis W. Kenney, John W. Jean Galligan, Mr. & Mrs. Maguire, 'Mr. & Mrs. Albert Roger. GoUlet, Mrs. Rosalind Scully, Virginia Wade Martelli, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Nel­ Helen Shea, Mr. & Mrs. Man­ son, Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Volpe uel Lima, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent $10 . Webster, Mr. & :Mrs. Joseph Syl_ Mr. & Mrs. George Aguiar, Mr. via, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Jordan & Mrs. Oscar Ahlquist, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Murphy, Mrs. Manuel Amaral, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Barney Floor, Mr. & Edward Amesbury, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Clifford Shachoy, Mr. & Richard Arruda Mrs. Edward 'Koss, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Florence Audette, Mr. & Joseph Torres Mrs. Donald Augat, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Tracy, Mr. Charles Goldrick, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Aveiro, Mr. & Mrs. Gor­ don Barrett, Mr. & Mrs. Lewis William Cullen, Mr. & Mrs. Wi!­ Benson '!iam Leger, Mrs. John Boudreau Mr. & Mrs. George E. McCaf­ frey, Mary E. Nichols, Sarah Nichols, John Nichols, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Bowen Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Martin, In Memory of Frank Leddy, Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Peichota, Mr. &: Mrs. Ernest Prairie, Mr. & Mrs. .Joseph Bryan 273 CENTRAL AVE. William McCaffrey, Elizabeth Marion, Mrs. Louise Kelliher, Mr. & Mrs. John J. Kelly, Mr. & WY 2-6216 Mrs. Maurice Garceau Elizabeth Doyle, Mr. & Mrs. NEW BEDFORD J. Frank Doyle, Mr. & Mrs. John Callahan, Alice Carey. Gertrude

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Mrs. Sarah Boday, Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Bradbury, Mr. & Mrs. Roy Brastow, John A. Braun, Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Bullard

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Brodeau, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Castro, Mr. & Mrs. Guy Detellis, Mr, & Mrs. James Doyle, Mrs. Bernice Duffy Mr. & Mrs. Anthony De Mattos Mr. & Mrs. Richard Delagi, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Erwin, Mrs. Agnes Fitzz, Mr. & Mrs. Leon Frigon Mr. & Mrs. Roger Forget, Mr. &: Mrs. Edward Furtado, Mr. &: Mrs. Joseph Fonseca

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Mercier, Mr. & Mrs Norman Pickett, Mr & Mrs John R. O'Neill, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Geddes, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lee, Mr. & Mrs. Elzear Sicard Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Luerkens, Mr. & Mrs. Merle Holmes, Mr. &

Mrs. William Naylor, Mr. & Mrs. JamesK. Nerney, Mr. & Mrs" Antonio Mello Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Valade, Mr. &; Mrs. Clarence Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Pedro, Mr. & Mrs. Alban Vincent, Mr. & Mrs. Ray­ mond Zito ,Mabel Lewis, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lewis, Dorothy McMan­ us, Mr. & Mrs. John Reynolds, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Tomlinson Dorothy O'Leary, Margaret O'Leary, Mr. & Mrs. Vietor Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Mar­ shall, Mrs. Taylor Reese Mrs. William Maloney, Mrs. Ernest Gendron, Loretta McCann Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Homer Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Lewis,

Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Gervais,

Mr. & Mrs. Constant Poholek,

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Gill, John Maguire Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Martin, Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Ruggio, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Lortie, Mrs. Wil­ liam Sheehan, Mr. & Mrs. Hu­ bert Hennessey Mrs. Raymond Mutlow, Mr. &: Mrs. Harold McCutcheon, Mr. & Mrs. John Zwolensky, Mr. & Mrs Joseph Rocha, Mr. & Mrs. Ken­ neth Silva Mrs. Alice Gonsalves, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kelliher, Nancy Reynolds, Mr. & Mrs Elwin Gay­ ton, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Keefe Mr. & Mrs. James T. Kane, Mr. & Mrs. Harry Yaghoobian, Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Minor, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Hynes

Presbyterians Back Integrated VVorship MONT~EAT (NC)-The Gen- ' eral Assembly of the Presby­ terian Church .of the United States (Southern) here in North, Carolina has voted to bar any racial discrimination in the WOF_ ship of its member churches. The resolution', which must still be approved by the major- : ity of its SO-member presbyteries having 43 churches and 2,560. members in seven states. The' congregations would be absorbed into white geographical presby­ teries.

CAPE COD'S LARGEST BANK PAYS

4J29b

Interest Compounded and payable quarterly on our Notice Savings Plan

Bass River Savings Bank • • • •

SOUTH YARMOUTH DENNIS PORT ' HYANNIS YARMOUTH SHOPpiNG PLAZA


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THE ANCHQRThurs., May 7,:' 1964

Marguerite - C" ·Smith, Ruth Synan & Carruth Steeves, Stan­ ley Tokarz,' Mrs. Frederick Tripp, Mrs., Margaret Vacca. Edward W a Ish,' William Waterman, .Mrs. Marion A. Welch, Marion Welch, Mrs. Mary G. Whittemore. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Waine, Harold Wilber, Armand Yelle.

Taunton J:M1'il''' CULATE

CONCF~--'l

$400 Rev. Thomas H. Taylor $100

Mr. & Mrs. Henry. Wojtkunskl

$50 Judge and Mrs. Roger B. Champagne The Thomas Flangheddy Fam­ ily Dr. Clement Maxwell $25 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Colton

James Cunningham

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Deary

Mr. & Mrs. George Dooley

Mr. & Mrs. William Fagan

Dr. & Mrs. Andrew Leddy

Mrs. Cecelia Reilly $20 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bentley,

James Dineen, William DinneE'n, 11/[ a I,' tin Friary & Family, Clement Keliher & Family.

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Lade­

bauche, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Mador, Mary O'Boy & Family, Marie Power, Richard Power $15 Mary Dineen, Mary Foley, Mr. It Mrs. Stanley Gubala, Mr. & Mrs. Leon Gnuillemette, Mrs. Donald MacLean. Mr. & Mrs. James Mahoney, Mr. & Mrs. G. Everett Parlow, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Paulson. $10 Dorothy Abbott, Mr. & Mrs. Wiliam Alger, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Andrade, Mr. & Mrs. Orton V. Andrews, Mr. & Mrs. John Ba"'-~n.

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Mr. & Mrs. Frer~rick Beacien­ ski, Mr. & Mrs. George Beaulieu, Mr. & Mrs. John Beaulieu, Mrs. Albert Beauvais, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Bissoi""ntte & Family. Mr. & Mrs. James Blount, Mr. & Mrs. John Botellio, Mr. & Mrs. Girard Boucher, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ ward Brennan, Ml,"s. James Brit­ ton. Mr. & Mrs. William D. Bul­ lock, Peter Burns, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Butler, Mr. & Mrs. Har­ old Callahan, Mr. & Mrs. Allan C.ampbell. . : Mr. & Mrs. John Carlow, Mr. &: Mrs. Jr'" Carreaux, Joseph Casey, Mrs.. Elizabeth Coleman, Maureen Colentan. ,'Mr. & Mrs. John Conaty, Mary Conlon, Mr. & Mrs. Francis. Con­ nors, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Correia, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Courcy. Allan Curley, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ ward Curley, Mr. lie Mrs. Thomaa Curry, Matilda Cutner, Mr. & n:rs. George DeLisle. . George Desrosiers, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Desrosiers, Mr. & Mrs Raymond Desrosiers, Mr. & Mrs. Itoland Desrosiers, Effie De­ veney. _Mrs. Delma Devlin, Mr. & Mrs Ron-'-l Dodenhoff, .Alice Doh­ etty, Franc;~ Doherty, James Doherty. 'Mr. & Mrs. John Doherty, Alice -Donnelly, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ :ward Donn"''''' Kavin Dowd, Mr. & Mrs. John Doyle. ·Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Drapeau, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Dubois; Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Dufour,. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Dupont, Mr. & Mrs i'homas Dwyer. " Mr. &. Mrs. R~~hard Enos. Mary Fer'--,.Mr. &.Mrs. Paul Fitzpatrick, Mr. & Mrs. ,William ;F'itzpatrick- Sr., Mr; & Mrs. Wil_ liam Flanagan.' '. Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Fontes, C. ;Louise Gaffney, Mr.·& Mrs. Wil­ liam Gaffney, Mr. & Mrs. ,Carl­ ton Galligan, Mr., & Mrs. Jean Gamache. Mr. & ;Mrs. Edmond Garceau, Mr. & Mrs. John Gayda~z, Mr. & Mrs. Rene Gilbert, Ella Gilroy, Mr. & Mrs. John Goggin. . Mr. & Mrs. John Goodhart, The Goodwin Family, Donald Gorey, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Gorey, James Goslin. Mrs. William Graban, lVlr. & Mrs. Joseuh Graci". '\/1'1'. & Mrs. lohn Gregg, Mr. & Mrs. Roland

ST. JACQUES

$100

Rev. Daniel A. Gamache $50 Henri Perra Sr. $30 Mathew Bury $25

Adelard Carbonneau

Miss Claire Har.nel

Maurice Larocque

Raymond Nolin

$20

Dr. Fernand Hamel, Henry Perra Jr. $15

Roland AUclair, Ludger Len­ ney, Eva Nolin, Raymond Pelle­

tier.

Mathilda Dussault

$12

Boivin,

Rudolphe

$10 Arthur Anctil, Frederic An­ drade, Joseph Arguin & Family, Joseph Anctil, Wilfrid Baril.. Roger Beaudoin, The Bilodeau Family, Gerard Benenfant, Louis Bouchard, Joseph Bouchard. Gertrude & Lilliane Bourgeois, Marion GaffneY, Jeanne Galla­ Gibert Brouillette, Alice Carbon­ gher, Donald Goyette, Robert neau, Napoleon Carbonneau, Ar­ Greco, Edward V. Gregg. thur Charette. William Gregg, Robert Han­ Roland Cote, Marie Anne Cyr, nigan, William Hanrahan, John Camille Denis, Henri Galipeau, T. HeUren, Jr., Donald Higginbo­ Miss Irene Gaouettte: tham. Edward Goguen, Miss Annette Robert Hill, William Holmes, Guillette, Xavier Harnois, El­ James Hutchins, Henry Jacques, eanor Hazel, Miss Regina Hebert. John Keating. Francis Guay, Laureat Guay, Matthew Kelleher III, James John Keene Jr., Rita Labonte, Kelliher, Edward Kullas, Leo­ Frank Lamarche. nard Labrecque, Mrs. Doris Eva Lam01.reuvx, Miss Lena Letendre. Lebrun, Norm and Lecuyer, Mary Lovell, William Lyons, Frank Lehouillier, Armand Le­ Jr., Joseph Mador, Marjorie Ma­ vesque gee Marguerite Mahoney. Edmond Menard Jr., Frederic Mary C. Maloney, Joseph Menard, Edmond Morin, Gilbert Mal'ion, Mrs. Mildred Maxwell, Morris. Arthur Nadeau Family. Merrill Maynard, Mr. & Mrs. _ Joseph Ouellette & . Family, Paul McCormick. Henri Patenaude, Roland Pari­ John McElroy, David Mc­ seault, Emile Poirier, Robert Carthy Family, Thomas Mc­ Powell. Intyre, Elizabeth McMorrow,' Miss Blanche Richard, Maurice Ernest Medeiros. Riendeau, Charles Rocheleau, Harriet Megan, Joseph Megan Wesley Schondek, Janet Shultz. Sr., Joseph Megan Jr., Eugene Robert Tremblay, James Wal­ Mongan, Emerson Moran. dron, William Waldron.

Flora Morin, Joseph Morin,

HOLY ROSARY Harold Mosher, Edward Mulvey, Dr. Joseph ·Murphy. $100 John J. O'Donnell, In Memory Franciscan Fathers, O.F.M of Patrick F. O'Donnell, Jane Conv. O'Hearne, E I a i n e O'Keefe, $20 Joseph Orsi. Mr & Mrs. John Dubena James Nasise, Bruno Nigra, John Markowski Leo Perry, Gerald Peterson, Wil­ $10 frpo'f Pierce. Mr. & Mrs. William Bezok, Mr. Gerald T. Pineault, Elaine & Mrs. Herbert Cardoza, Mr. & Pivirotto, Lawrence Pivirotto, Mrs. Lewis FaUlkner, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Pouliot, Robert Quigley. John Fornal, Mr. & Mrs. Jeff William Regan, Virginia Reck­ nayes. ard, Arthur Reed, James Reid, Linek Family, Mr. & Mrs. Anna Reilly. Thaddeus Maciejowski, Kazimi­ Francis Reilly, Joseph Rih­ erz, Polak, Bronislaw Sienko, bany, Thomas Rose, Thomas Mrs. Ludwika Slawik. ij.usse~l Jr., Andrew Scherben. Severin Sowiecki, Mrs. Jad­ George B. Sanford" Scanlon, wiga Ulak & Son oJhn, Mr. & Richard, Mrs. Catherine Schein, Mrs. Walter Zagol.

John Seekell, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur

Shaw. James S h ee I,' i n, Lawrence Sheerin, Helen Shove, Edward Sikorski, Anne Silvia. Francis J. Silver Jr., Francis for

J. Silver, Manuel Silvia, Earl C.

SELF X-RAY AND RENEWAL Simmons, Clifford Smith.

NEW MISSION WORKERS: Four British Cistercians, Father Luke Harris and Broth­ ers Amadeus OdIum, William Strahan and Kevin Rooney, are greeted by Camerounians as they arrive at the Mbengwi mission of the Diocese of Buea, West Cameroun, Africa. rhey are now busily engaged in setting up an entire monastery with church residential quarters, workshops and a novi~~iate. ]S'C Photo. Grenier, Mr. & Mrs. John Gu­ bala. Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius J. Har­ vey'III, Mr. & Mrs. George Hor­ an, Mrs. O. W. Howard, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Hoye, Mary Hoye. Mary F. Hurley, Mr. & 1VIrs. Andrew Isaacsen, Mr. & Mrs. George Isaacsen, ,Mr. & Mrs. Frank Jonis, Marjorie A. Kelly. Mr. & Mrs. John Kerrigan & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Co"--""s KP-" ""'1'. & Mrs. William K;ng, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Klette, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Kostka. Mr. & Mrs. Rene LaFrance, Mr. & Mrs. Edward La"'-"le, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Laurie, EHz[l':>eth Leahy, Mr. & Mrs. Richard LeBrun. Anne Legere, Franes Legrow, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Lehoullier, The Lemieux, Family, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Leonard. Malcolm Lewis, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Lucey, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Mack, Mr. & Mrs. George Mansfield, Mrs. Margaret Masse. Mary P. Masterson & C'''l1'les Masterson, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Masterson, Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. McCarthy, Mr. & Mrs. John McGann & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Richard McGinn. Robert McGinn, 'nl)nald Mc­ Ginn, Mrs Everett McGovern, Mr & Mrs. James McGrath,' Mr. & Mrs. Chester McGuire. Susan McGuire, Mr. & Mrs. James McKittrick, Mr. & Mrs. George McLaughlin, Mr. & Mrs. Ch"rles McManus, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McManus. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McNulty, Mr. & Mrs. Armand Mello, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Mirka, Judith & Donald Morrison, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Morrison. Mr. & Mrs. Tholl).as Mulrey, Mary Murphy, Agnes &. Nellie Murray, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Neto, Mr. & Mrs. George Nicholds. Mr. & Mrs. Francis Norton, Mr, & Mrs. Stanley O'Bara, Mr. & -Mrs. Joseph' O'Connell, Mr. & 1III'''s. Edward' O'Hearne, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Parry: Mr. & Mrs. Roger Perr.eault, Mr. & Mrs. Charles piesco, Mr. & Mrs. John'T, Plape, Mary Power, Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Powers. Mr. & Mrs. Mords Proulx, The Rafter Family, Joseph Rausch, Mr. & Mrs, Marianno Rebello, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rebello. Erl"'ard Reilly,' Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Renaud, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Riva, Mr. & Mrs. Jo­ seph Rogers, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ryan. -

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Sabusky, Mr. & Mrs. Kirby Sessums, Mar­ garet Sheehy, The Sherry Fam­ ily, Mrs. Alfred Silvy.

Mr. & Mrs. William Slater, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Stephanaitis, Mr. & 1\Irs. Edmund Sullivan, Depnis Taylor, Mr. & Mrs. Ly­ In[ln Taylor. Mr. & Mrs. J. Arnold Tetlow, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas The~iault, Mr. & Mrs. T. Thomas, Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Tigano, Mr. & Mrs. George Tkach. Mr, & Mrs. Manuel Vargus, Mrs. Jam~s Wallace, Leo Walsh, Mary Walsh, Mr. & Mrs. David Wesbster. Mr. & Mrs. Edward White, .Mr~ ~dward Wooley, Mrs. John Wrigley, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Yelle. ST. MARY

$1,000 Rt. Rev. James Dolan , $50 Rev. Ne,rman J. Ferris Rev. GErald T. Shovelton Kenneth Baker Family Dr. Charles Hoye $25 Ethel & Esther Buckley Mr. & Mrs. Edward O'Gara Mr. & MIS. Edward T. O'Keefe Dr. B. l:dwin Zawacki $20 Dr. Normand Larocque, Mr. & M::-s. Tames McMorrow, Mr. & M::-s. Charles J. Murphy, Leonard Sousa, Mril. Ralph Reckard, Mrs. Clara & Lillian Theroux. $15 Catherir.e B I,' a d y, William . Brady, Ralph Buckley, Dr. Ed­ mund Fitzgerald, Marguerite Hoye. .rames E McGovern, Mary Mc_ Manus, Janice Russell, Harold T. Sheehan, Denis Sullivan. $12 William J. Casey, Paul Raf­ tery. , . $10 Rita Baker, Leo Berube, Ray­ mond Bofletti, Joseph Cardoza, Dr., Carmlile Carrucci. J'ohn T. Chaisty, David Chad­ wieh, Adelard Chalifoux, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Chamberland, Mrs. Albert Clement. J'ohn Connors, Kenneth Col­

lim;, Haro:,d Cooper, Rene H.

Cormier, Edward J. Corr.

.Peter Corr, Mrs. Adeline Cote, Joseph Coyle, John Cross Jr., Peter B. Curran.

Peter J Curran, Catherine Cur­

tin, Thomas Danahey, George Dicm Jr., Margaret Curtin,

George Dion Sr., Donahue Family, 'Mrs. Helen Donahue,

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August Botelho

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$10 Gerald Cloutier, Joseph PereI­ ra, Deolinda Mello, Paul Ther­ rien, Americo Moniz Anibal Paiva, Manuel C. Souza Maria Soares, Jacinto Oliveira, Maria Amaral Joseph Conboy Jr., Luiz Pavao C'liveira, Thomas Rogers Antone Motta, Ernest J. Costa " John H. Camara, Henry J. Pleiss, Manuel Rosa, Carlos Per­ eira, John Amaral Patricia C. Mello, Lawrence Mello, Albert I"'apeto, Ralph Mel­ lo, Manuel Mello Manuel Rapoza, JOseph S. Braga, Margaret Rebello, Joseph D. Rocha, Germana Roque Louis Rosa, Angelo Stavros, Edward Viveiros, Urbano J Leite Jr., Jose V. Fonseca Arthur Rocha, Valdemiro Mel­ lo, Arthur T. Pereira, Antone Cabral, Antonio Oliveira Joseph Therrien, James Black­ burn, Jesse S. Medeiros, Antc;me Y. Anselmo, Silvino Mello, John Oliveira Manuel P. Moniz, James King, Manuel Alves, Donald Grogan John Decosta, Mary Torres, Joseph Motta, Alfred Andrews, Francisco Lima Joseph Malone, Joseph Moniz, Joseph RalX''''l, Antonio' Lindo, Antonio Franco Joao D. Aguiar, Manuel Car­ doza, George Governo, Manuel R. Silvia, Henry Guay Joseph Mello, Frederick Ram- . sey, Alvin Rego. Manuel S. Ar­ ruda, Rodrigo Resendes Antone Tavares, Louis Alex­ andre, Manuel Almeida, Antonio Moniz Jr., Gilberto Oliveira Maria Fernandes, Jose Fer­ nandes, Dennis B. Souza, Bal­ tazar Machado, Mary Sousa George Maiato, Joseph Ta­ vares, Anthony Cordeiro, An­ tonio M. Pires, Robert Green­ halgh Louis Martin, William Bar­ bosa, Paul J. Tavares, Manuel Arruda Jr. Edward Cabral. Frank Santos, Manuel Souza, Joseph Boule, Richard Lopes, Arthur Souza Joseph Leite, Alfred Costa, Lawrence Mendes, Joseph Fer­ reira, Henry Letendre Gilbert Mello, Phillip Camara, Antonio Fonseca, Albert :BOu­ chard, Gilbert Coroa Manuel Arruda, John Lindo, Jesse Bertholde, Edward Costa, Arthur R. Machado John Simbro, Joseph Rocha, Frank C. Mello, Henry Silvia, Francisco Viveiros Manuel Santos, Manuel Car­ reiro, John Amaral, Henrique Souza, Manuel Ventura Alfred Gaspar, Manuel S. Silvia, Louis" Amaral, Henry Cardoza, Camilo Viveiros Manuel Carreiro, Manuel e. Medeiros, Americo Ra"mos, Jose

Pavao, Manuel Silvestre

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THE ANCHOR-

Fall River

L_ OUR LADY OF PEACE: AJ the Shrine 0 f Our Lady of Peace on a hilltop overlooking Los Angeles Harbor, an eternal flame burns in memory of the late U.S. President John F. Kennedy. The Shrine is at Mary, 'Star of the Sea Church, San Pedro, Calif., the fisher­ men's parish. NC Photo. Maria V. Mendes, Antone Ar­ ruda, Delphis Rioux, Joaquim Alves George Ferreira, Robert J. Lavoie, Walter Malone, Alice Weems, Joao Oliveira Manuel Troia, Antone Rego, Gertrude Paiva, Raymond Orrell Raymond Dias Gabriel Mello, Alvaro Fonseca Leo Schenck, Manuel Perry, Mariano Antonio Cabral, Henry Wolstencroft IMMACULATE CONCEPTION

$100 Rev. Robert L. Stantor Rev. Paul F. Connolly $52 Thomas J. Fleming $50 Dr. & Mrs. Raymond B. Four­ nier $50 Immaculate Conception Wom­ en's Guild &25 Mrs. Genevieve Hennessey Florence Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Fred J. McNally Leonel Paiva Peter Sullivan $20 Teresa Hetu Edward Gazarro Henry J. Kitchen Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Santos Mr. & Mrs. Charles Santo!

$15 Rosemary Dussault John Gaspar George S. Gaspar Anna Long John F. Mooney In Memory of Manuel & P.F.C. Daniel R. Pimental Mrs. Clarence F. Sullivan Lawrence Talbot Mary Whitehead Mr. & Mrs. John Long, Jane H. Sullivan

$12 James Bentley, Mrs John Dean Elizabeth Ferraro, Mr. & Mrs. William F. Labossiere, Marion MacMurray Donald Park, Florence Sulli­ van $11 William J. Dugan $10 Mr: & Mrs. John Almond, Mr & Mrs. Raymond Amiot, Ruth Antaya,- Bertha Ashworth, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Arruda Mrs. Sylvia Bagration, Emile Bastille, J 0 s e p h Benevides, Joseph Ben e v ide s, William Benevides Arthur Bergeron, Mr. & Mrs. Louis T. Bouchard, Mr. & Mrs.' Robert Borges, Lucien Boudreau, Andre Bond Carmela Bond Nancy Bright­ man, Thomas Brown, Roy Bur­ gess, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Bois­ soneau Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Cabral, Lionel Cadieux, Joseph Calla­ han, John Cam a r a, Edward Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Campbell, Antone Camuso, Mrs. Delores Cangello, Edward Camuso, An­ tone Carreiro Joseph Carreiro, Charles Car­ velho, G e 0 r g e Charbonneau, James Charbonneau, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Charette

Mr. & Mrs. Jo~eph Chouinard,

Thomas Clemmey, Mrs. Marga­

ret Cobery, John A. Coffey, John

Coelho Mrs. John Conboy, Norman Comeau, Andrew Cook, William Corboy, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Cormier Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Correia, Alice Costa, Mr. & Mrs. George Cote, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Cote, Mr. & Mrs. Normand Coulombe

Henry J. Courville, Armand

Cousineau, Hector Deslauriers,

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Devaney. Gino DiNuuci

Rose Doherty, Walter Dugan, Mr. & Mrs. John Eckersley, Pauline Fiore, John Flanagan Mrs. Michael Fir lit, Mrs. Thomas Floyd, Thomas Foley, Mr. & Mrs. Marcelle Fournier, Joseph Francoeur Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Garrity, Louise Gaspar, Leo GaUdette, Jean Gazarro, James Gillet Henry S. Gillet, Mrs. Roland Gamache, Irene Gillet, Carl Gizzi, Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Glea­ son Homer Goddu, Alice Guinen, Ernest Guinen, Edward Hennes­ sey, John Hinchcliffe Carlton Hindle, Grace Hindle, Henry Hindle Jr., Mrs. Henry Hindle, Shirley Hindle Mr. & Mrs. John Howarth Mrs. John Hutchinson, George D. Janson, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Jarabek, Judith Joaquim Arline Kern, Arthur Kern Elizabeth Kingman, Mario La~ cava, Napoleon Laferriere Roger J. LaFrance, Henry La­ jeunesse, Mr. & Mrs. Normand Lamontagne, Lomer Lapointe Medrick Lavalle ' Mrs. Samuel Lay, James Leandro, Ray m 0 n d Lafleur David Leberge, Mr. & Mrs. Wil~ liam Ledo Manuel Leitao, Owen Lile, Leo Longchamps, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Lynch, Mrs. Catherine McCann

. Eileen McNally, J 0 h n J. Manning, Henry Mansfield, An­ thony Medeiros, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Medeiros Mrs. Opalma Marchand, Leo J. Marcoux, William Mello, Wil­ Ham Mitchell, William J. Moran Frank M'orango, Joseph Morin, Mrs. Florence Moss, Fernando Motta, John Mooney Donald Murno, Mathias Mur­ phy, Joseph Mylnek, Patrick Nataly, William H. Neilan & William, Jr. Charlotte Nichol­ son James 6'Hara, Afonso Olivei­ ra, Joseph Oliveira, Robert J. Oliveira, Stephen Otis Raymond O'Toole, Thomas O'Toole, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Pacheco, 'Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Palmer, Arthur Paquin Mrs. Robert Partridge, An­ thony Pascoal, Mrs. William Peckham, Manuel Peixoto, Mr. & Mrs. Ovila Pichette Thomas Pickup, Mr. & Mrs. Roger Pinault, Mr. & Mrs, James Pires, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Pol­ selli, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel L. Pontes James E. Powers, Andrew Proulx, Walter Quinn" Donald Ralph, Mr. & Mrs. David Raposa Donald Remillard, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Richard, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rigby, Philip Roderick, Mrs. Nellie Rousseau Ovila Rousseau, Mrs. Michael P. Ryan, Rene Salvas, Rita Sampson, Mrs. Ernest Samways Edward She e han, Grover Shurtleff, Joseph Silvia, Clar­ ence Simister Alfred Simonetti & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Antone R. Souza, Philip Stazzone, ~ ~;~ses Cathe­ rine & Alice Sullivan, Clare Sul­ livan Joseph Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. William Thistlewaite, George Thomas, Janet Vautrin, Mr. & Mrs. Normand Vautrin Alfred Verville, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Vieira, John Viveiros, Mrs. Lillian Wallbank, Albert Walsh Grace Walsh, Mrs. John Walsh, Thomas W a Ish, Mrs. Clara Whitehead, Thomas Whiting Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wilkey, Jane Willan, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Wrobleski, Mrs. Peter Yeaman, Faith Ziccardi Mary Arruda, Mr. & Mrs. Ro­ ger Barselou, Mrs. Earland Brai­ ley, William Brailey, Leo Burns Edmund Couture, Herbert Daley, Margaret L Dugan, HeDJ'7 Ethier, Emil Fuller Mrs. Anne Goss, Mr. & Mrs. Ri>ger Guerette, Williilm Guil­ mette, Thomas Hough, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Iwanski Everett Lafleur, Nancy A. Lafleur, Joseph Lewis, Robert Mc­ Carthy, Mrs. Lawrence McCor­ mick Elizabeth Mitchell, Charles Ney, Mrs. Sarah Pelletier, John Perry Samuel Pullen, Mrs. Rhea Reil­ ly, Estelle Roach, 1I/[rs. JOhB Roach, Mr. & Mrs. Donat Rous­ sel Mrs. John Terceira, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Theriault, Antone Vie­ ira. SANTO CHRISTO

$10 Stel'a Souza, Manuel CordeIro Victor Aguiar, Alfred Carreiro

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Native live CHICKEN

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THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Thurs., May 7, 1964

Fall River

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ST. ANNE, FALL RIVER

ST. MATHmu,

FALL RIVER

Mrs. Raymond Clement will head the Ladies of St. Anne Sodality for the coming year, aided by Mrs. Theodore Proulx, vice-president and Mrs. J. R. St. Pierre, secreaary.

A Communion breakfast will be held by the Council of Cath­ olic Women Sunday morning, May 17. Mrs. Lionel Dugal is chairman. Heading the nominating com­ mittee for the organization is Mrs. Roland Frazier. Newly elected officers will be installed Sunday, June 7 with Mrs. Ar­ mand Cayer in charge of ar­ rangements. Next meeting is set for 8 Tuesday night, May 26.

ST. MARGARET, BUZZARDS BAY

SS. Margaret-Mary Guild wUl serve a breakfast to First Com­ municants Sunday morning, May 10 and will hold its annual ban­ quet in June. The unit will spon_ sor a giant penny sale during the Summer. ST. MARGARET, BUZZARDS BAY

Girl Scout Troop 722 is aiding with redecoration of the chil­ dren's room of Buzzards Bay public library. Scouts have _,washed windows and made cur­ tains.

Mrs. Raymond Clement will head the Ladies of St. Anne Sodality for the coming year, aided by Mrs. Theodore Proulx, vice.,.president and Mrs. J. R. St. Pierre, secretary.

Orleans

ST. MARY, SOUTH DARTMOUTH

The Women's Guild announces its Spring dance for Saturday, May 9 at Stevenson's restaurant, North Dartmouth. Dancing will be from 8 to 12 and Mrs. Leslie Rose is chairman. ST. THERESA, NEW BEDFORD 81. Anne's Sodality will hold its annual communion breakfast in the church hall following 7:30 Mass Sunday morning, May 117, w,i4;h Mrs. Andrew Parent and Mrs. Frank Lacombe in charge of. arrangements. Reservations will close Tuesday, May 12. ST; JOSEPH, FAIRHAVEN ·A mother-daughter commu­ nion dinner will be sponsored by the Association of the Sacred Hearts following 5 o'clock Mass Sunday afternoon, May 24. Mrs. Theresa Kenny and Mrs. Evelyn MeCormack, in charge· of rangements, announce that re-· servations will close Wednesday, May 2<t.

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ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA, FALL RIVER

A mother-daughter breakfast

Is listed for Sunday, May 10 by the Council of Catholic Women. ST. GEORGE,

- WESTPORT

Benediction at 7:30 will pre­ eede the next meeting of the Women's Guild, scheduled for Monday, May 25 in the school hall. A penny sale will follow the. busines!l session. MT. CARMEL NEW BEDFORD

- ' The regular monthly meeting of.the PTA will be held Sunday evening at 7 o'clock in the school basement. Following a discussion on fl.!-ture projects, a special pro­ gram will be presented and re­ freshments will be served.

Catholic, Orthodox Worship Together SAN FRANCISCO (NC)-The ecui,nenical spirit was evident in San Francisco when members of the Roman Catholic and Or­ thodov Churches united in ven­ eration ceremonies for the Sa­ cred Icon of Our Lady of Kazan. An overflow crowd packed St. Boniface Church and more than 600 persons watched the cere­ monies spoken in English on closed circuit television in the church's basement. Archbishop Joseph T. Mc­ GiIcken of San Francisco led the procession which brought the holy icon into the church. After the reciting of prayers and the burning of incense by the clergy, the holy symbol from Russia de­ pfcting the Blessed Virgin and Cl\Ud was enshrined on the altar.

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ST. ANNE,

FALL RIVER

ST. JOAN OF ARC

$125 Rev. James E. Lynch $'75 Rev. Francis M. Coady Emile Ollivier $50 Edward Martin-Drleans Inn

$.25 First National Bank of Cape Cod-Orleans Branch Frank Sellew Mr. & Mrs. James T. Clancy Robert Pento George S. Duffy, Jr. $20 Robert Clark, T. Frank Sulli­ van, Cornelius Spillane

$15

ST. STANISLAUS $100 Hev. Robert S. Kaszynski 81. Vincl~nt de Paul Society 81. Stan::slaus CYO A Frien:! $50 Holy Ro"ary Sodality $20 Mr, & Mrs. Walter Wojcik, Mi"ses Ma.~y & Sophie ZmUda, KnightS of the Altar, Mr. & Mrs. William Wolowiec $10 Anna Drzal, Stella Dyl, Mr; & Mrs. ']'haddeus Stasiowski, He::en Kosinski, Dorothy Wolo­ wiec Mary KU:llacik, Frederick Ku­ dlacik, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Paruch Jean Drzal. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Girza . Mr. & Mrs. Walter Zdabosz, Mr. & M:~s. Richard Bolger, Walter Sanocki, Walter Polak, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Gagnon Mr. & Mrs. Leo Autote, Mr. & Mnl. John Deveney, Daniel Gag­ non, Mr. & Mrs. John Wnenta, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Angelini Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Cunning­ ham, Gene;rieve Pachorek, Mr. & Mrs. Pet'~r Pietraszek, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Zwolinski Jr., FeHcian Sisters, S1. Stanislaus Convent Walter Deda, Mr & Mrs Stanley Mis,. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mhiior, Ani,ela Kruczek, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Pudlo Mr. & M::s. Henry Zdon Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Marian Golembiew­ ski, Stanley Zmuda, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cichon

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$500 Rt. Rev. Alfred Gendreau

$55 Richard Hamel . $25 Rene Garant A & W Root Beer, George Me­ deiros. $12 Maurice Duval

Dr. & Mrs. Julian B. Doherty, David Bessom, John D. Leary, Leroy A. Babbitt, Leo Gallagher Leonard Maza, George H. Thompson, Mr. & Mrs. Walter $10 Flavin, Ceil Remillard, Fred Antonia Bourque, Madeleine Carey.. R. Bruce Hammatt Boisvert Mrs. Philippe Levesque, $12 Alfred J. Levesque, Edward J. Elwyn Daone, Edward Rohmer Langlais Jr. Arthur Desrosiers, Philodore $10 Galland, The Misses Michel, Harvey A. Yonce, John Delan­ Charles Bacon, Robert Goulet ey, Helen Carron, Irving S. Lee, Mrs. Yvor..ne Gagnon, Gerard Paul Deschamps Fournier, The Laferriere Family, Henry Veit, Henry Fitzgerald, Norbert Merder, Roger Lauzon Paul P. Ollivier, Arthur Gallant, Roland Lavoie, Leo Paul Beau­ George P. Norgeot doin, Louis St. Marie, Lionel Leo Miller, Manuel Santos, Ed­ BeaUdoin, W"ilfred Dumont ward O'Brien, Mrs. Violet M. Albert J. Beaudoin, Normand Hettrich, Mrs. John Harrington Garon, The Misses Desrochers, Dorofei Klimshuk, Leo Barry, Maurice Brault, Stanislas Kar­ Jane Keenan, Ada Meehan, John nasiewicz Dove Ma.urice Poirier, Frederick Dr. William Whitelaw, Frank Poirier, ROSE· Tonelli, Leo Gad­ Purpura, Fred LaPiana, Jr., Ar­ oury, Joseph Beaulieu mand E. Lajoie, Emile DeVille Octave Jusseaume, Henri Dai­ Yvonne Dane Backus, Mrs. gle, Hobert Chasse, Louis Mous­ Fred LaPiana, Sr., Mr. & Mrs. seau, Vernon Fournier Clarence L. Vanasse Adam Tar­ Omer Ouellette, Napoleon taglia, Paul H. Riordan Lussier, Edgar Pichette, G. Brian James E. Nichols, Walter Gavin Maltais James Rawl, James Ilkovich, Charles Heudes ' Henri Ozon, Keith Staples, Alfred Steinmetz, Helen Conlon May Hogan TERRE HAUTE ( N C) ­ John O'Hara, Douglas Deeley, Mrs. Stanley Smith, Eleanor M. When F,ather Paul M. Dede of­ fers his first Solemn Mass at St. Nevin,Joseph King James J. Feegan, Emile Izzo, Margaret Ma ry parish here in Wilfred Trahan, Donald Higgins, Indiana Sunday, May 10, his two brothers, both priests, will as­ George S. Duffy Sr. John Connors, Joseph Caurant, sist: h.im at he altar. His five sisters, all nuns, will Emilien Perreault, Clay'ton A. Stafford, Joseph E. Doyle Jr., be watching from their pews. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dede Harriet Deschamps, Hernaldo have given all eight of their R. Kelley children to the clerical and reli­ James Davis, Frank J Richards gious life. Mr. Dede is an in­ Albert DuCharme Jr. structor at the Federal Peniten­ John B. Wiedler, Edward Benz tiary in Terre Haute. Sr., E. J. Oles, Janet Collins, Their children are Father John Donald Walwer F. Dede, dea:~ of studies at St. Edward G. Benz, Mrs. Charles John's S em:, n a r y, Plymouth, Grindle, Raymond Foran, Leon­ Mich.; Father James R. Dede of ard Tarvers, Leonard Francis Bedford, Ind.; Sisters Angele, ,.. ],\frs. Jon Hall, Gaston L.Nor­ , Mary Mark, Anita Therese and geot, Mr. & Mrs. Leo R. Scott, Marie Arthur of the Sisters of Willhm Fallon, Wilfred Ferreira Providence, and Sister Mary Helene, a Benedictine nun. .' Ray Perreault

Family of Eight In Religious Life

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$75 Rev.' James A. Ml>Carthy $58 James Fitzgerald $40 M I" s. Mnrg:aret BoodI"y

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Mr'. & Mrs. Harry Wood $25 Christopller Lake Jr. Mr, 8, 'ITrs. Frnncis Gauthier J ..mes Doucet :\1r. & :\1rs. Rnymond Dooley The Rolnnd Talbot Family Helen L. Dono,'an & :V[ary M. Donovan Mac Riley John J. Honan Mr. & Mrs. John Maitoza $20

Margaret O'GradY,-Mr, & Mrs. John Murphy, Mrs, Louis Green­ berg:, Mr. & Mrs. Horace Hall $15 Mr. & Mrs.. Leo Caine, Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Hedger, Martha Hobbs, Genevieve Connelly. Mrs. LilIian Reardon, Mr. & Mrs. AI­ cide Talbot· \ $12 Henry Raposa

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Mr. & Mrs; Fred Chlebek, Mr. & Mrs. R(ll--~t Aubut, Nancy Coppinger, Mr. & Mrs. ThQmalt Booth, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Coppin­ Mer

Mrs. William Hinchcliffe, Mr.

& Mrs. Robert Barry, Mr. & Mrs. ' Charles Perry, Mr. &: Mrs. Leo­

~ichols, Mr. II Mrs. Chester Lupachini .Mr. &: Mrs. Stanley Michale­ wich, Lucy Peacock, Mr. &: Mrs. John McMahon, William D. Crowley, Eileen Nester. Mr. &: Mrs. Edward Champlin, Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Harney', Mr. &: Mrs. Arthur Donovan Jr.; 'Mr. .&. Mrs. Andrew Harney, Stephen R. Crawford Mrs. Mary Alden, Mr. & Mrs. Antone Furtado, Mr. & Mrs. Julien Lafontaine, Helen Mc­ Millan, Mrs. Betram McMillan Mr. & l\1rs. Thomas Harnett, ]\'[r. & ]\'[rs. Joseph Gagnon, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Soares. Mr. & Mrs. Maunel Cabral, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Guay Mr. & Mrs. William Reed, Mrs. Rnymond Fi.sher, Mr. & Mrs Richard GuinJar, Mr. & Mrs. P;ml . Gardella, Mrs. Howard Worthington Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Ferreira, Mr. & Mrs. O'Connell, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Gagne, Mrs. Ray­ mond Healy, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Chippendale Mr!". Paul Heywooa, Thomas McGillick, Mr. & Mrs. John Bates, Mrs. John Potts, Mr. & Mrs. Roger Perreault Mr. & Mrs. William' Hawkins, Mr. & Mrs. Bert Galford, Mr. &: Mrs. Manuel Viveiros, Mr. & Mrs. John Men don c a, Mrs. Catherine Martin Mr, &: Mrs. John Burns, Mr. & Mrs. John Powers, Mr. &: Mrs. J~ Souza,. Mrs. Robert Pat­ rid~e, Mr. &: Mrs. Alfred Dupre . Rose Lopes, Mrs. Marie A. Le-. Roy, Mr. &: Mrs. Louis Perreira, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Viveiros, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Faltus Mr. &: Mrs. John Cantwell, Mr. &. Mrs. Leo Albin, Mr. &: Mrs. Franklin Manning Jr., Mr. & Mrs. David Doyle, Mary O'Neil Mr. & Mrs. James Finglas, Mr. & Mrs. .Joseph Brouillard. Mr. &: Mrs. Edward Maurer, Mr. & Mrs.' Ernest Cote, ·Mr. &: Mrs. Ralph CaponeMr. &- Mrs. Edward Breault,· Mr. & Mrs. Norman Jean, Mrs.' AI9ysius Eccles,. MI'. &:. Mrs. Arthur Caouette, Mr. & Mrs: 'Thomas Moore ., Mr. &: Mrs. Albert Williams, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Ridge, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Deschenes, Mr. &. Mrs. Herbert Boff, Mr. &: Mrs. George H. Audette Mrs. Hilda McGraw, Mr. &: Mrs. Will.r,>m McPartland, Alice F. Crowley, Mr. &: Mrs. William Butler, Mrs. William Moss . Mr. & Mrs. 'Fran'k Harrington, Mrs. Harold Robinson, ldalirm P. MelJo, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Murphy, Virginia Delaney . Mr. &: Mrs. Louis Smialek, Mr. & Mrs. Armand Deslauriers, The Merola Family, Mrs. & Mrs. Ber­ narl Demers, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gallant Mr. & Mrs. Donald Kelley, Charles Richards, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur- Douc'et, Mrs. Margaret Eorden. Mr.' & Mrs. Claude Myers Mrs. & Mrs. Joseph Stevens" Mr. & Mrs. Edward Dougherty, Mr. & Mrs. George Neville, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Rego, Mrs. Bertha Souza The Gottwald Family, Fran­ cis Delahanty, Mr. & Mrs. Cle­ ment Paquette, James McKenna, James A. Quinn Stanley Cote, Mr. &: Mrs. Charles Cafferty, Mr. &: Mrs. James McKnight, Charles R. Sullivan, Mr. & .. Mrs. David Cabral Thomas Eccles, Mr. &: Mrs.: Joseph Frazer

mird Smith. Mrs. Florence May Mr, & Mrs. John McPaddett Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Robert Stark Mr. .It Mrs. Paul Audette, Mr, II: Mrs. A "thony Martin, Robert Greenberg Janet Greenberg, Mr. &: Mrs. Norman Bolger, Mr. & Mrs. Rene Valois, Mr. & Mrs. William HW'­ ley, Mrs. Marie Oliveira Mr. & M'I"s. Manuel Moreira, Mr. ItMrs. John Kenyon, Mr. &: Mrs. Joseph Campbell, Mr. &: Mrs. Philip Oliveira;. Mr. & Mrs. Philip Swanson Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Be<brd, Mr. &; Mrs. Fred Malone. Mrs. Helen Keefe, Margaret Griffin, Anonymous . . . The Korzenesk:i Family, Mr. & Mrs. John Felisberto, Mr. & Mrs.. John Hodnett, Mr. &: Mrs. Harry Kershaw, Katherine Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. otis K. Birdsong, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Viveiros, Mr~ & Mrs. Randall Thurston, Mr. &: Mrs. Michael Lecko, Gertrude V. Kennedy . Mr~. Margaret Wilson; Mr. & Mrs. Frank Krauzyk, Mr. & Mrs. Roh"rt Sullivan, Joseph Betten­ C()urt, Margaret Cahill John Cahill, Mr. &: Mrs. Ed­ ~"ard Fitzgerald, Mrs. Adelard Burriault, John J. Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Holen Nora M. Sullivan, Mrs. Grace Wa'msley, Ruth Dalahanty. Mr. &: Mrs. Joseph Sullivan, Mr. &: Mrs. Daniel Carvalho Mr. & Mrs. George Manches­ ter, Charles H. Wilson, Mr. .!to Mrs. Antonio Facchiano, Mrs. Mary Larrivee, Julio Joaquim Mr. & Mrs. Michael Biszko, Susan Fitz~erald, Elizabeth Fitz­ gernld, Mr. &: Mrs. William Lauzon, Mr. & Mrs. Oliver Rapoza . Mr. &: Mrs. Thomas Boyes, Mr. &: Mrs. Edward Shay, Mr. & Mrs. Elwood Rounds &: Family, John Murphy Jr., Denise Rounds The Reddy Family, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Pobzeznik, Louis J. NOTRE DAME Roberts, MI". & Mrs. Joseph E. Burns, John E. Kap.e Jr. $5tO Mr. & Mrs. John Kane, Mr. &: Rt. ~v. Alfred J. Bonneau Mrs. Henry Depin, Mr. & Mrs. $75 Walter Janick, Mr. &: Mrs. Ray­ Rev. Roger p. Poirier mond Fisette, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred . $35

Gadbois Robert Phenix William Ryder, Mr. It Mrs.

Roland Thibault, Mr. &, 'Mrs. $H ~enry O. Ouellette Richard Simmons, Mr. &: Mrs. $25 lWcoo Iadicola, Mr. &; Mrs. James 0ctave O. Desmarais McCarthy Mr. &: MPI. James Campbell, Harm. J. Dupuis Joseph A. Foul'lHer Georee FAllen, Mr - Mrs MallUeJ, Mathilda Lussier .A:lbet-n~ Mr. ~. llk,,~ Jam..

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Mr. &. Mrs. William O'Neil Irene Reynolds

$10

}"OOO FOR PEACE: When Communist Viet Cong Reized the only truck owned by St. Joseph~s leper hospital at Bensan, . near Saigon, the settlement's food supply was threatened. The Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul r~ceived a prompt response to their appeal for help. U.S. Army helicopters made 17 mercy flights, delivering 16-,000, pounds of U.S. Food for' Peck-e sent by Catholic Relief Services-NCWC. NC Phote. $2&

The Chretien _ Longchamps Family, .Tos. A. Gagnon, Romeo Levesque, Armand Raiche, The Tremblay-Clairmont Family $15 N:{)rm.a!ld Belanger,. Normand Clement, Milton D. Fuller, Ray­ mon4 Gibeau, The J()Iicoeur­ Breault Family Diana Jusseaume, George Mig­ neault, The Po i l' i e r - Patry F«miIY, Edmond Rbeaume $12 The Romeo Desautels Family, Eugene Heon, Leo Phenix $1. Richard B e a u d () i n, Denise Fclanger, Wilfred Belanger, GEe. A. Benoit, Donald Bernier Eugenie Bernier, Roland O. Bisson_ Napoleon &lduc, Alfre4 T. Bou'chard, Euclide Boyer Armand Broueur, The Coder­ re-Collin Family, Armand Cad­ rin, Romuald' Chasse, Blanche Cholette Alcide Chouinard, Normand Coderre, AchirIe Comeau, Leo­ pold Corriveau, Adrien Cote Robert P. Cote, Rosario Cou­ tore. Olive Desmarais, Alphonse Dorais, The Dowling-Thibault Family Emile Dozois, Roland Dumont, Get'ard Duquette, Wilfred Du­ quette, The Durkin - Ferland Family Dora Fiola, Elie Fortin, Roger Fournier,. Alexandre Gagnon, Rosario Gagnon Vincent Gag n () n, Wilfrid Garand Ernest Gaudreau, AF.: nJdnd. Genrdeau, Cecile Cen.: dl'eau The. Gendreau - Beauchesne Family, Daniel Hubert Eugene Hubert, Edouard LaCroix, Aime LaFleur Anna LaFrance, Normand La­ France, Robert Landry Angelina LuPointe, Albert Laprise David Larocque, Leo Laroc­ que, Charles E. Lavoie, Leo Lavoie, Leon O. Lavoie Wilfrid Lavioe, Charles Leves­ que,' The J. N. A. Levesque Family, Louis Levesque, Roland Levesque John McMillan, Alma & Alice Masse, Raoul Masse. A. & C. Marchand, Philippe Marcharwl Thomas Mellen, Agathe' MeR­ anI, William Menard, Elie Mes­ sier, Robert Messier 8harles Michaud, Rene Mo­ ~ .James Mon.ill8ey, 1;.. it Ii.

Jeannette O'Brien . Ernest Ouellette. Robert Ouel­ lette, Albert Parent, Felix Paul, Tne Pelletier-Clement Family' Annette Phenix. Edmour R.' Poirier, Alfred Renaud, The Misses Rioux, The RobiHard­ LagallSe-Girard Family 'J,'1le Misses Rousseau, Lucien Rousseau, Albert D. Roy, Louise St. Laurent Edgar St. Martin Jos. A .. St. Pierre, The Sam­ l!On-Q)un'iUe Family. Marcel Surette, W a 1t e r Theriault, vvenne Vallee Nad~ll.

SAINT LOUIS $5•• IU. ltev. Daniel F. Shalloo $1" In memory of Peter A. Lee Jr. Mr. A Mrs. William F. Whalen Jr. $50 :Rev. Edward Burns $30

A Friend

S2S M. Th'omas & Katherine Con­ r{)y The Connerton Family Alice and Marion Fahey Dr. & Mrs. George Horan. Mr. & Mrs. William P. Lynch Mr. & Mrs. John Maher S~n &: Everett McMahon

520 Mr. "" Mrs. Thomas Britlanct' The Hanrahan Family Mr. & Mrs. Orient Laplante Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Maltais In memory of Mr. & MFs, Michael Tobin ­ $15 :1\.1rs. Mary Cantwell .Tile Creigh Family Catherine & Ann Grace Margaret Johnson Edward McAndrew

Mr. & Mrs. Tobias Almeida, Geo,rge & William Apps, Mr. II Mrs. John M. Arruda, Mr. &. Mrs. Charles Bevilacqua, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Black Mr. &: Mrs. John Blaekbu",­ Mr. & Mrs. Elton Borden, Mrs. Joseph Botelho, Ronald Botelho, M. Julia Brenner John Canole, Mr. & Mrs. Peter Chaves, Mrs. Dorothy Clifford· & Margaret T. Clifford, Margaret Conroy Mr. & Mrs. Manuel CordeiPO Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Arthur G. Costa, Mr. & Mrs. John Costa, Mr. & Mrs. Leonel Costa, Mrs. MaIY Coute Mr. & Mrs. Edmund' CoutG, Mr. & Mrs. George Costa, M& & Mrs. John Cronin; Mr. & Mrs. George Crosson, Anthony De­ Meo Mr. & ::'tirs. Andre Desrosieq Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Desrui.... ­ seaux, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph D0­ mingos & Family, Margaret Doran, Rita Doran Mrs. Frank Dussault, Mr..& :\lrs. John Fielding, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Flores, Catherine Go" Catherine & Delia Harding Mrs. Catherine M. Hill, CatlMoo rine Horan, Mr. & Mrs. Thom. Howarth. Virginia Howarth, Moa. & Mrs. William A. Johnson Mr. &: Mrs. Timothy KeJ~' Mrs. Lloyd King, Mr &: Mrs Jm. Leary, Mr. & Mrs. Orner Leduet Mr. k Mrs. John Lee '. Mr. & Mrs. John Lopes, A." McGee, Mr. &: Mrs. Frederidl McHugh, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred M~ NaUy, Mr. &: Mrs. EdmU8t Madore -Mr. & Mrs. l'''Ianuel Mello, :Mil.. J!l Mrs. Joseph Miranda, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Moniz, Mr. ,. Mrs. J&seph Motta, Mr. ok Edward F. Murphy .. Rose N()On, Mr: & Mrs. J~ O'Brie!), Catherine O'Neil, Geso~' rU6e 'O'Neil, Gertrude M. O'Neit Mr.-o\: Mrs. Normand G. Oliv-, Mr. .,.. Mrs. Manuel Olivei" Mr. & Mrs.. Thomas Padden, Mr~ . &-; Mrs. Norman Pain, Ever.

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gier-o, Louis Russell Mary ·E. Ryder, Mr. &: Mq, .'iIfred St. Michel, Mrs. Jam. Shea, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sil~ Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Silvia. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Simas, Mf, &' Mrs. Frank Skammels, Mr. ar Mrs. Arthur Souliere &: Fami)~ Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sousa, IreM Stratton Mrs. Joseph Sullivan, Mr.. Marguerite Sullivan, Mrs. Ana Tuttle. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Vi_ cent, Mr. &: Mrs. Leo Walls Mr. & Mrs. William Ward, The' Wardell Family, Mr. &: Mrs. Robert White, John Whitty, ~~. & Mrs. Walter Wilkins Mr. & Mrs. John Zajac, Mr. ,.

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Fall River SACRED HEART

$100 lohn B. Cummings In memory of Mrs. Joseph A. Hannuel, Mrs. William E. Har­ rington & Mrs. John J. Clancy by Helen L. Sullivan Katherine Adams Margaret M. Sullivan

$SO Misses Frances, Mary & Mar­ garet Cummings Thomas A. Synnott

$50 Charles E. Sevigny , Mr. & Mrs. James W. Steele Frances C. Shaughnessy Mr. & Mrs. William R. Harrraves

Mary V. & Alice C. Harrington

Mr. & Mrs. James F. Little Mr. & Mrs. John J. Tuite Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F. Murphy

'".Jr. Mrs. Dick H. Cutting Patrick Callahan

$30 Mr. & Mrs. George E. Sullivan

Jr. James Kennedy Mary V. & Anna G. McCarthy

$25 Annie E. & Mary E. Quirk E. Louise Desmarais In memory of John & Margaret Smith Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Hurley Jane G. Broderick Mr. & Mrs. JQhn H. Springer It Mrs. Mary E. Larrabee Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Bliffins Margaret R. Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. JQhn J. Harrington Mr. & Mrs. Dennis C. Hurley Francis Hurley Clarence Banks Mary H. C. Flynn Mr. & Mrs. J. Joseph Welch .James Curtis

$20 Elizabe'th L. Leonard, Eleanor Mullaney, Mr. & Mrs. William Kenney, Dorothy C. Sullivan, Mildred & Gerald Harrington James L. Connor, Catherine O'Hare, Mrs. Samuel B. Morriss, .JQhn H. O'Neil, Margaret Des­ mond William Black, Mr. & Mrs. Ar­ 1hur Beland, Mr. & Mrs. John S. Burns,· Mr. & Mrs. Raymond F. Powers, Mr. & Mrs. William Mercier. Grace L. Martin, Mr. & Mrs. .J'Ohn Burke, Kathryn V. & 'Mar­ «aret M. Whalen

$15 James F. Dacy, Edward Mit­ ,ehell, Mrs. Joseph Akers, Mr. & -·'Mrs. Thomas Burke, Mr. &,Mrs. Norman Ross E. Louise Beattie, Raymond Audet, Mr.• Mrs. James H. SuI. livan, John Malloy Grace A. Daley Mary C. Daley, Mrs. Lillian Guthrie, Elaine Banks, Margaret M. Dunn

$12 Raymond Medeiros, Mrs. Jarnin Stafford $11 Mrs. Mary A. McCabe

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$10 Mr. & Mrs. Louis P. LQpes, Thomas Kitchen, Kathryn M. Drogue, Mrs. Catherine McCar­ thy, Edward F. Daley James R. Johnson & Family,

Francis Harrington, Harold Wil­

IOn, Angela Harrington, Dorothy

IJIcLachlan Helen Cavanaugh, JQhn M. Simas Jr., Grace M. Dunn, Mr.

It ,Mrs. Thomas Bowler, Robert Kitchen Lillian Madden, Ernest Mello Jr., Ralph Miozza, Rose & Mary Riley, Alphonse Beaupre Joseph A. Caron, Louis Branco, Joseph A. Dennis, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph D. Souza Jr, Leonora A. Donovan

Thomas P. Sullivan, Alvan J.

',' Boar_ Mrs. Alll.lUl .I Hoar. Mar·

garet M. W. Donovan, Walter P Wilcox ' John F. McGraw, Edward F.

McGrady, Mr. & Mrs. John S.

Donnelly Mr. & Mrs. Manuel

Costa, Edward T. Fortin Leonard J. Vogel, Gerald Law­ tQn, Jerry L. Ciullo, Mrs. Eddy Kaufman, Jeremiah J. Sullivan Edward F. Rogan & Catherine Rogan, Catherine Barne~ Mrs. Alice & Alice M. Duggan, Ed­ ward J. O'Connell, Edward J. Doran Cecilia M. & Isabelle M. Doran, Margaret E. Coleman, Julietta C. Delahan t " T,eonard E. Burg­ myel', Mrs. Frank A. Saunders Robert Rowe, Honor L.

Toohey, Mr. & Mrs. John J.

Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Frank N.

LaBossiere, William B. Norton

John F. Burke, Mr. & Mrs. John A. Burke, Joseph DaRocha, Donald Black, Agnes Black Mary H. Skammels, Matthew A. Shea, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Stone, Mrs. William Cross, Mrs. Mary Morris Mr. & Mrs. Francis Curtin, Peter Hampston, Charles F. Donovan, Lorraine Frain, Mary H. Har­ rington Loretta Norton, Joahanna Nor­ tQn, Michael Murphy, John J. Moynagh, Mr. &, Mrs. Joseph Lifrak Will i a m C. Chippendale, Franklin A. Murphy, Elizabeth Owens, Mr. & Mrs. William J. Pelton, Mrs. Rose Nealin Oliva A. Pelletier, Wilfred Beaulieu, Harvey LaBrie, Mr. & Mrs. LQuis A. Donovan, Mary M. Shea Lillian Darmody, William R. MeCotmell & Cecilia M. McCon­ nell, Honor Connor, Mr. & Mrs. BenjaIl" - C. Sh"!rman Mrs. G 1"0 vel' C. Lambert, Thomas F. Connors, Mary A. Crowley, Mr. &, Mrs. Abel Mar­ celine, Ellen O'Toole Elizabeth - "lch, Daniel Roach, Oscar Cadoret, Frank A. Con­ nolly, Joseph A. Cote Charles H. Mitchell, Genevieve Murray, Margaret M.' Cripps, Owen McDonald, Mrs. Charles McHugh Thomas Beaulieu, Manuel S. Crovello, John C. O'Neill, John T, O'Neill, Jeanne Gagne Ellen Nugent, Mr. & Mrs. John F. Sullivan, Francis M. Burke, Mr. & Mrs. Edmund E. O'Con­ nell, Mr. & Mrs. .John F. Lyons LQuise Banks, Daniel Kelly, Grace W. James, Gertrude H. 'James, Mr. & Mrs. Dwight M. Miller Edward Wilson, Robert Gun­ meth', Mrs. Walter Wilson & Mary T. Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Borges, Mrs. Joseph T. Hart Mrs. John M. Regan, Joseph T. Hart, Mr. & Mrs. Edward R: Casper, Mrs. Henrietta Kosior, Mrs. Joseph B. Phelan Stanley W. Pizio, W. Gardner Chace, Mr. & Mrs. Jean P. Auger, Mrs. Eileen Christie, R-obert Carr Ovila Fortin, Mr. & Mrs. Leo LaFle~r, Mr. & Mrs. Alban A. \ CQrrela, James J. Soares, Den-' nis F. Delaney Mrs. Annie R. Keene, William Heaney, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Belanger, Thomas E. McVey, Eileen Sullivan J. Daniel Butler, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Primo, Gilbert Gifford, Dorothy Shea, Thomas G. White Mr. & Mrs. James F. Rooney, Mrs. Raymond Menard.

BOSTON COLLEGE: Mary Beth Furze, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Furze, Holy Kame p,ctrish, Fall River, a senior at Sacred Hearts Academy, Fall River, has re­ ceived a $3200 tuition grant from Boston College. She is editor of the school news­ paper, and a member of the s'~udent ,~ouncil and the Nat­ ional Honor Society. $15

Mr. & )/Irs. Paul Giroux

$10

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Mr. & Mrs. Henri Berube, Mrs. Lucie Boisseau, Mr. & Mrs. AI­ ibini BOu<~hard, Mr. & Mrs. Fran­ cois Boulay, Mr. & Mrs. Emile Cousineau Misses Alma & Delia Desilets, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Domingue, Mrs. Anna Dumont, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Duquette, Mr. Charles For­ tin Mr. & Mrs. Donald Francoeur, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lapre, Mr. Arthur Leclair, Irene Levasseur, Mr. & Mrs. Pierre Levasseur Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Melanson, Mr. & Ml·S. Ernest Morrissette & F'amily, :\1[1', & Mrs. Alban Mc­ Callum, :Mr. & Mrs. Albias Na­ d.eau, Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Ouel­

$135

$lf)0 Rev. Reginald M. Barrette

$50 Mr. & Mrs. Antonio'Coutu

$2'7 Family of late Dr Pierre Crispo

$24 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Deschenes

$20 Mr. & Mrs. Normand Levesque

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$10 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Medeiros, Mr. & Mrs. Tiargo B. Silva, Mr. .!II; Mrs. ]~rank Silvia, Mr. & Mrs. l!'rarfCisc3 Seringa, Mr. & Mrs. Bobert Bousa Mr. & Mrs. John Vincent, Is,a­ bel Medeiros, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Cabral, Mr. & Mrs. Antone Cabral, Vange Leite Mr. & Mrs. Orlando Conforti, :Mrs.· Georgina Correira, In :Memory 'If Maximina Perreira, .Joseph DaPonte, Antone Vi­ veiros

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HOLY NAME

$150 Atty. & Mrs. Hugh .J Gol~en $125 . Dr. & Mrs. John C. Cprrigan $100 Margaret G. Dillon Patrick Phelan Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Phelan Mr. & Mrs. James E. Mullins Mrs. Michael E. O'Rourke Maureen O'~urke Dr. & Mrs. John Dunn Mrs. Joseph E. Mullaney $70 MayA. Leary $50 Rev. Edmund T. Delaney Dr. & Mrs. Walter Conrad Mr. & Mrs. Hector Mongeau Helen Shay Mrs. Francis Doolan Mr. & Mrs. Henry F. Shea The McDonald Family $35 Mr. & Mrs. John T. Crowley $30 Mr. & Mrs. Everett Crowley Mrs. Daniel J. Crotty & Family $25 Genevieve A. Harrington Catherine P. Harrington Mrs. Clyde A. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Mahoney Mr. & Mrs. Herve Bernier Mrs John J Hogan & Katherine Mr. & Mrs. John E. Connolly Mr. & Mrs. Michael F. Fitz­ gerald The Kelly Family Mary Hart Lillian Hart Mr.' & Mrs. Robert Nagle Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Cum­ mings Mr. & Mrs. James B. Kelley Jr. Mr. '& Mrs. Howard Melker Mrs. Joseph Lacroix Mr. & Mrs. John McDonald The Devine Family $20 Mr. & Mrs. Romeo Allenburg, Mr. & -Mrs. Kenneth Reinerio, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Lavoie, Mrs. James E. Sullivan & Grace $15 Julia T Harrington, John A. Reder, Nancy Carroll, Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeus Tokarz, Mary Smyth. Mrs. Walter Fallon, Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Zebrasky, Mrs. Raoul T. Gagnon & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Pierre Brouns, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Ryan, Elizabeth Neilan. $12 Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Reid, Rene B. Beaulieu, Mr. & Mrs. John J. Gallagher. $10 John Neilan, Mr. & Mrs. .James K. Marum, Mrs. John Neilan, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Durand. Claire Mullins, Mr. & Mrs. John Sullivan III, John W. Cummings, Alice Lenaghan, Mr. &; Mrs. Anthony Neves. Mr. &; Mrs. Walter French, Mr. & Mrs. Vito Telesca, Mrs. Frank Patenaude, Mr. &; Mrs. Thomas Leonard, Mrs. Irene Lavoie. Anna Sullivan, Clarence Bon­ ner, Gertrude L. Mercier, Mr. &; Mrs. William H. Moran, Mr. &; Mrs. James R. Sullivan. Thomas Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Logan, Margaret Pow­ ers, Mr. &; Mrs. Mario Antonelli, Richard B. O'Connor & Family. William F. O'Neil, Bernadette Walsh, Yvonne Therien, Mr. &; Mrs. Thomas Shea, Mr. & Mrs. James R: Medeiros;' ': Mr. &; Mrs. T. Herbert M-e­ Mahon Mr. &; Mrs: William Higgin~, Mr. ,& Mrs. Herbert Holt, Marie Murphy, Dr. &; Mrs. Joseph Clark Jr.

Colleg~

Students

WASHINGTON (NC) - The annual convention of the Na­ tional Federation of Catholic College Students will be held in Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 24-31, it was announced at the organi­ zation's headquarters here

Mrs. Catherine Hoefling, The Byrne Family, Mr. & Mrs. John J. Donnelly Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. Coffey, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Sheehan. Mrs. Raymond Brocklehurst, Vincent Fitzgerald, Anna Ma­ lone, Mr. & Mrs. Martin McDon­ ald, Yolande Laliberte. Mr. .& Mrs.· Francis Cronin, William Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Harrington, Mrs. Margaret Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas' Stanton. Mr. & Mrs. Henry Leary, Mr. & Mrs. William Cleare, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Hersey, Mr. & Mrs. William Aylward, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Theberge. Janet Barbelle, Mrs. Lillian Barbelle, Edward F. Fitzgerald, Mr: & Mrs. Joseph Buron, Mr. & Mrs. Herman Mello. Kathleen Smyth, Louise Foley, Mr. & Mrs. William Walsh, Bar­ ney J. Levesque, Mr. & Mrs. George Nugent. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Po~rs, Mark F. Sullivan, Mrs. Anthony C. Leonard & Carol, Mr. & Mrs. Simon Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. An­ drew Duffy & Family. Mr. & Mrs. Peter Sullivan, Bernard Sweeney Jr., Vincent J. Murphy, Mary V. Murphy, Mrs. Winston Ankarstram Helena Kelley, Mr. & Mrs. Philip Dillon, Emma McDermott, Kath_ ryn F. Power, Mr. & Mrs. Rob­ ert B. Reid. T. Gertrude Flanagan, Mr. & Mrs. William C. Furze, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Peloquin,' Mrs. Charles Peloquin, Mrs. James Kearns, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Norton. Mrs. James Nolan, Margaret Morgan, Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Geary, Mrs. Ambrose F. Kelley, Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Troia.. Harold Higgins, Mrs. M. A. Connefy, Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Sulli­ van, Mrs. John H. Byington, Mr. &; Mrs. James Harrington. Mr. & M1's. George Soares, Mr. & Mrs. Armando Andrade, Mr. &; Mrs. Anthony Amaral, Mr. & Mrs. John Kirkman, Mr. & Mrs. Tilmothy J. Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Carey, Joseph Carey. ST. MATHIEU

$200 Rev. Henri Charest $100 Dr. & Mrs. Omer Boivin $50 Rev. Thomas E. Morrissey $30 Ida & Valeda LeBoeuf $25 Dr. & Mrs. Roland Chouinard, Dr. & Mrs. Eugene Dionne Edgar Poisson $15 Marie Auclair, Grac~a Paren­ teau. ' $10

Mr. & Mrs. Maurille Archam­ bault, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Arsenault, Napoleon Berube, Mr. & Mrs. Octave Berube, Mr. & Mrs. Ar­ thur Bienvenue Mrs. George Bolusky,' Mr. & Mrs. John Cabeceiras, Mr. & Mrs Olivier Cantara, Mr. & Mrs. Normand Charland, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Costa Joseph Cote, Mr. & Mrs. Dan­ iel, Decambra, Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Deslauriers, Mr. & Mrs. Gedeon Dufour, Mr. & Mrs.' Roger Dufour ' Mr. & Mrs. Lionel Dugal, Re­ gina Finnerty & Felix Gaud­ reau, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Frechette, Diane & Edith Gauthier Mrs. Alphonse Houde, Mrs. Joseph Lamot:reaux & Sons, Mr. & Mrs. Edward LeBlanc, Alphonse Levesque, Mr. & Mrs. Laurent Lussier" Mr. & Mrs. Harold McNerney Mr. & Mrs. William Nadeau, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ouellette, Mrs. Amerilda Parent, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Pigeon, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Poisson Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Pratt, Mr. & Mrs. Ulric Quintin, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Rivard, Mrs Donat Rous­ sel, Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Silvia Mr. & Mrs. Philippe Vaillan­ court, Mr. & Mrs. Camille Whitehead

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Thurs., May 7, 1964

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$200

Rev. Luiz G. Mendonca

$75

Rev. Arthur T. DeMello

$30

A Friend

$20 Antone Ferreira, Manuel Meno Francisco C. Silvia. $10 Irene Almeida, Joseph ,Al. meida, Joseph Alves, Antonio Arruda, Antone Barboza. Antone Barreto, Joseph Bul­ hoes, Manuel Cabral, Arthur Carvalho, Evangeline L. Cau­ dell. Patricia Cippolini, Manuel Corte, James Costa, Albert CQuto, Joseph Dias. Joseph Dias, Joseph Domin­ gos, David Faria, Florinda, Figueira, Daniel Foster. , James Furness, A Friend, Luiz ....­ Gomes, Robert Gosson, Clarence Harney. Antonia P. Jacob, John Jacob, Joseph Mantez, Manuel Mantez, Alfred Marques. Manuel Marques, AntoniG Mello, John Pacheco Miranda, Vincent Miranda, Joseph Morais. Anton Pacheco, Louis Pavao Sr., Manuel Pavao, Arthur Pereira, Louis Pereira. Joseph Prenda, William Reis, Victor Santos, Alfred Silvia, Francisco Silvia. Louis Sisca, Joseph Souza, Jo.. seph Souza, Dimas Tavares, An­ tone Ventura. Beatrict Vasconcellos, Gilbert Vasconcellos.

ASTRONOMICAL WONDERS are viewed by student and faculty member of Barry College, Miami Shores, Fla., from atop the college union building through a large tele­ scope recently donated to the college. NC Photo.

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'. Fan River: .' ft. MARY'S CATHEDRAL $100 St. Mary's Cathedral Guild $75 ' Rev. Paul F. McCarrick Rev. Peter N. Graziano Thomas & Edward Ryan $50 Ernest Kilroy $40 Rose Dowling $30

The Lavagnino Family $25 John Rogan & Rose Rogan Mr. & Mrs. John R. McGinn Elizabeth Green Mr: & Mrs. James Coyn<l and Family :Eileen and, Gertrude Sullivan Leo O'Brien In Memory of John S. Moran $20 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hayes, Mrs. Ellen Kenney & Miss Helen -Z::enney, John Sullivan, Mary M\lrphy, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Fazzina and Family Mr. & Mrs. James A. Robinson, The Falvey Family $15 Mr. & Mrs. William J. Sewell, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Kennedy, Mr & Mrs John Hearne & Family FranCis A. & Lena Morin, Mr. & Mrs. James Frank Mr. & Mrs. John Vogel, Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Foley II, Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah Lowney, Mr. & Mrs. George Booth, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Magriby Mr. & Mrs. William Blythe, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Duffy, Irene Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. George Boi­

W. T. Dwelly, Rose Riley, Mary Hurley, Ruth Hurley. Janice Hurley, Mary T. Hur­ ley, Margaret Hurley, Mrs. Dan­ iel F. Shea, In Memory of Charles E. Connors. Edward Blythe, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Gauthier, Mr. & Mrs: Francis C. Fennes, William Bradbury Jr., Emma Worsley. Joseph Dunse, Mr. & Mrs. Ar_ thur Ferreira, Mr. & Mrs. James Melvin, Agnes Fisher, Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Morrissey. Mrs. Eva Jacone, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Corcoran, Mr. & Mrs. William H. Caine, Madeline Dussault, Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel. Martin. Brian Lynch, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Taylor, Mr. & Mrs. Ar­ thur Haley, Edward McYey, Mr. & Mrs. Carlton Gastall, Mrs. Jonathan Munroe.

OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS $1,000 Rt. Rev. Anthony M. Gomes $50 George Tonelli $25 Julia Simas Manuel Milario Holy Name Society .Council of Catholic Women St. Vincent de Paul Society Boy and Cub Scouts ' Joseph M. Theodore $20 Edward Teves Manuel Correia $15 Jose M. Lindo $10 Maria Cabral, Arthur Furtado & Family, Julius Rodrigues, Hil­ da Santos, Louis Mello Manuel Mello, Mariano Pi­ mental Jr.,Carl Frederick, Char­ tano. les Alves, Manuel Braz Jr. $10 Joseph l<' err e ira, Albertina Mr. and Mrs. John Camara, Mello, Francisco Maurisso, Fran. Mr. & Mrs. Norbert Carvalho, cisco Cabeceiras, Antone Isidore Margaret Riley, Nancy Sullivan, Pedrl" De Ponte, Pinheiro Mrs. Edward Sullivan. Family Michael ~ lartin, Joseph Mr. & Mrs. Edmond Levesque, Costa & Sons, Manuel Julio . Charles Critchley, The Connors Jose Rodrigues, Manuel :I!'amUy, Ann Standish, Amelia Aguiar, Medeiros Family, An­ Siandish. tonio Ribeiro Jr. Manuel Apo,," George Fitzgerald, Mr. & Mrs. linario lohn Hart, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Joseph Mellor, Frank Moniz, Karnasiew, James J. Sullivan, Mariano Ferreira, Frank Aguiar, Mrs. Frank Melvin. Leonel Rodrigues Mr. & Mrs. Charles Pevide, Manuel Medeiros, Carl Dinizio, Mrs. A. Patricia Curt, Mr. & Mrs Manuel Laureano, Louise Whea­ John Kirby, Grace Kirby, Alice don, Henry Camara Fitzpatrick. Jessie Pimental, Arsenio Bar­ Mr. & Mrs. George Dussault reira, Manuel Perreira Jr., ,Man­ Mrs. Catherine McGreavey, Mr. uel Mello, Manuel Arruda & Mrs. William Loring, Mary C. Alfred Almeida, Leonard Cab. Grandfield, Leonard Dennis Jr. ral, Antone Michaels, Joseph Lathryn I. Dailey, Richard Machado, Frank Magano Sullivan, Vincent F. Shea, Mr. El"ira Pacheco, Antone Mar­ & Mrs. Joseph F. McGrady, Mr. tin B row 'n i e & Girl Scouts, & Mrs. William Collins. Manuel Ray m 0 n d, Joseph Mr. & Mrs. Leo Thibault, John Branco eorreira Jr., Mrs. Louise Pon­ Robert Correia, Joseph Silvia, ton, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Betty, William Moniz, Mary Raposa, ".;.,Lillian O'Hearn. Thaddeus Sowinski Nellie G. O'Hearn, Mrs. Mar­ Helen & Constance Rapoza, garet Morrissey, Mr. & Mrs. Eu­ Lawrence Benevides, Man u e I gene Bertrand, Mr. & Mrs. Man_ Carreira, Antone Moniz, Caetano uel Carvalho, Mr. & Mrs. John Furtado' Perry. . Adelino' Raposa, Antone· William castall, CIa ire Aguiar, Mary Arruda, Augustine. O'Toole" Mrs. Stephen O'Toole;' Rebello, Augll~t Ricardo ' Mr. & Mrs. Roland Depin, Mr. Joseph Silvia, Ernest Souza, & Mrs. Daniel Hurley. John Souza, Raymond J. Hrvciw,' Mr. & Mrs" Dennis Lynch, Mr. Manuel Costa . & Mrs. William Gorman, Mr. & iames A r r u d a, Raymond· Mrs. John Frain, ,Mr. & Mrs. Medeiros, Mary Teixetra & John Viera, Mrs. Ida·Callahan. Daughter, Odelia & .Emily .cOS'7 Mr. & Mrs. Rene J. Lariviere, tello, Kenneth Burton Margaret Bond, Mr. & Mrs. Jo­ John Soares, Oswell Figueredo, seph Desrosiers, Thomas Har­ Manuel Silvi~ Manuel Souza, rington, Raymond Kilroy. Joseph Velozo 'Mathew Kilroy, Thomas Ken­ Rocha Family, Leonel Cor­ nedy, Margaret Kennedy, Mich­ deiro, Mary Thomas, Mariano aeline Russell, Mrs. Margaret Thomas, Enos Sousa Manuel Rego, Henry Rego, Duffy. Mr. & Mrs. William .Bowler, Arthur Rego, Arthur Silvia, William O'Donnell, Mrs. Cath­ Manuel Rodrigues erine O'Donrtell, Mr. & Mrs. John Silveira, Manuel Cor­ John Duggan, Mr. & Mrs. Ever­ deiro, John Mathias, Dorothy Janssen, David Rogers ett Smith. Mrs. Catherine Harrison, Je~sie Cabral, Antone Spencer, Francis Stone, Mr. & Mrs. An·· Children of M'll'y Sodality, Man­ thony Biello & Family, Hillard uel Velho, Joh::J. Enos Manuel Ferreira, Manuel Ma­ Nagle, Daniel Shea. Eleanor Shea, Mrs. Frank Han_ gano, Joseph Mello, Manuel ley, Nellie Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. Silva, Atty. Frank Rodrigues Joaqu' ""'osta, John Ferreira, Henry Messier, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ ward Myles. Manuel Faria, Joseph Pacheco,", Mary P. Considine, Mr. & Mrs. Maria Tavares

NEW PRO V INC I A L: Brother :flenry G. Vanasse, FJ.C., Fdl River native, is the new superior provincial of the American Province of the Brothers of Christian Instruction.

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Anonymous, Dr. Adelard .De­ mers and Helen · . $15 . The Misses Couillard, Joseph Paquet, Pauline Sorel $12 Mr. & Mrs. Benoit Canuel $10 Mr. & Mrs. Roger Beaulieu, Mr. & Mrs. Antonin Bedard, Anonymous, Rose Bernier, Anonymous Helene Boucher, Mr. & Mrs. Donat Cardinal, Aurore M. Cle­ ment, Irene Courtemanche, Gra­ ziella Domingue Alice Dumont, Mr. &. Mrs. Joseph Duquette,. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Gagnon, Lucille Gau­ thier, Alphonse Gariepy ~r. & Mrs. Andre Giroux,

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FOR. SISTERS: AROOF AND ABED

F'ranciscc' V ian a, William Rego, Alfred Mello, Dorothy Rodriques, Maria Arpia Joseph Kice, Norberta Medei­ ros John Moniz, Cadima Family, Alfred Viveiros J,:>emar Furtado, Helena Sousa, Manuel Perry, Virginio Camara, Edward Paulino Armand Di Nucci, John Enos, Orner Chretien, John Roderick, Mary Carreiro Manuel Martins, Louis Vivei­ ros, Manue:: Misturado, Manuel' Anlirade, Edward Casemiro P,~ter C::ilva, Elias DUf\l'te, Al­ fred Coray, Richard Couto, Can­ did~, Da Silva Raul Fernandes,' Leo Burns, Bernadino Teves, Anthony Sousa, Armand Mi;~anda Joseph D'.13rte, Marcelino De Mello, Alfred Carrita Edward Som:a

IN INDIA TONIGHT 17 i:OUNG SISTERS will go to bed together in a room Dot much larger than the average American bedroom. They are novices, in train­ ing to be SISTERS OF THE IMITA­ TION OF CHRIST. The roof leaks. and the walls may easily collapse. Writes the Mother Superior: "The building may no longer stand the onslaught of the monsoons." • • • These youn, Sisters rarely have a good night's sleep. Do they com­ plain? - No, poverty and hardship the;? accept out of love for Christ .•• To construct a brand new building "lhl Hoi, PAlhBr', M;ss;on ANI will cost only $3,000. We mention for Ihl OriBnlAI Cburch this becausll' a new building is '. bargain: It will serve as a permanent novitiate for years and years to come • • . Will you help Just a little? • . • INDIA is a promising mission field-and the health of our native Sisters is a first consideration. The novitiate would make a . Iplendid memorial for those you love • . . Please help "just • Uttle," at ieast. It everyone sends S1 or $5 or even more, the Sisters wUI loon be Ileeping easily.

HOLY ROSARY $300 Rt. Rev. Joseph R. Pannoni $75 Rev. Vincent F. Diaferio $50 Holy Rosary Women's Guild $25 Holy Rosary C.Y.O. M:~. & Mrs. Louis A Sisca Sr. M:r. & Mr,;. Fr'ank Mazzoni Motor Truck Sales Spindle City Dye Works $20 Mr. &Mrs. Angelo Ricci $15 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Marcucci, The Ralph Sasso Family. Mr. & Mrs Carl Mello & Gerri $10 Carmi A. Belmont & Belmont Family, Josephine Bernard, Ern. est &: Viola Corgino, Mr. & Mrs. John Cosmon, Mr. & Mrs. John D!Adamo. Mr. Mrs. Antonio DiRuzza, Mr. & Mrs. Acquilino DiSpirito, Edith S. Flanagan, Halo Gian. notti. Mr. & :'vIr's: Philip Halcom. . Mr. & Mrs, JUlio Irizzary, Mr. & Mrs Mario Lucciola, Mr & Mrs Acquilino Masciarelli, Mr. & Mrs.. Ciement Occhiuti, Mary Ragonesi: " ' Mr. & Mis. Armand Rousseau, Mr. & Mrs. P,lsquale barti, Rich_ ard SperduJ:i, Mr. & Mrs. An­ thony Stoc~m, Mr. & Mrs. David Vieir.l, Mary Agnes Wyeth. Mr:s. Antodo Cardelli, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Caruso, Mr. & Mrs. John Conforti, Mr. & Mrs. Fred­ erick Dagata, Thomas Delzenero Councillor & Mrs. Edward E. Dolan, Mr.:&: Mrs. P. A. Emile Durand, Mary & Bert Ferioli, Charles ·Finucane, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Guidotti James LaC.ava, Mr. & Mrs. Jos­ eph Pacheco, Josephine & lViario Parise, 1\11'. & Mrs Raymond Par­ ise, Anthony Pannoni Nicholas Pannoni, James Pa­ triceEi, Mrs. Albert J. Roy, Mr. & Mrs. William Seneca, Rose & Eda Sisca, Mr. & Mrs. John S. Sousa

First of all, the girl who becomes .. Sister is a rare individual Decause Christ has picked bel' out to be His bride • • • Her' lervlces are priceless because they are not for saIl '. • • She asks nothing for herself. She asks only to be trained ••• W. have the names of 137 Sisters In INDIA who are asking to be trained. Would you like to train one of thelll.? •.. The Sister you train will write to you, and you may' write to her. She will be an "adopted" member of your family . . . Her two-year training costs $300' altogether.....,$150 a year-and' you may space your payments to IUit your own convenience. (Some sponsors lend $12.50 each month!. . Here are two ADORATION SISTERS who need training: SISTER LISSY and SISTER BENJAMIN • Why not drop UI • line; with your lnltlal 9ayment.

WHAT'S A SISTER WORTH?

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI We remembel' the incident, In the lite of St, Francis; when the Saint was first ushered Into the presence of the Pope. The Pope recognized him Immediately. He had dreamt that this Ilmple. holy, man would re-bulld the Church by flooding the world with oharUY • " Your "stringless gifts" do .exactly thll In our 18·country mission world. They help us flood the world · with charity. Tell UI to use your rift, large or small, Where

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THAT'S ALL IT COSTS to join· this assoclatlon-2· cents a day. You share In the Masses and good works of Pope Paul VI, Cardlhal Spellman, and all our priests and Sisters..-And your' membership ,diles ($1 a year for an, individual, $5 for a family). build churches and schools, feed orphans and the aged. in the Holy Land Itself ... You may, of course, enroll deceased per­ .ons; too. The offering for perpetual membership" $20' for u Individual, $100 for a family.

OUR PALE-S·,-TIN....,...·-E~RE~FUGEES On pilgrimage In the Holy Land last Janua17 Pope Paul expressed concern for the 1.4 mtllion refugees from Palestine­ and gave the Pontifical Mission for Palestine (his own Vatican relief agency) his "very special blessing" . . .' $10 will feed a refugee family for a month. It you will feed a family, we'll send you an Olive Wood Rosary from tbe Holy Land. Dear Monsignor Ryan: Enclose.d please find for ..•••••••••••) . Name •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

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Jesuit Helps Build

African Stadium

JERSEY CITY (NC) - Father Aidan McMullen, S.J~ history professor at St. Peter's College here, will be the administrator of a group of 10 American col­ lege students who will build a soccer field pavilion in Gambia, West Africa, this Summer. The work is being done un­ der the auspices of Operation Crossroads, l) non-sectarian vol­ unteer organization. The stu­ dents will do their work at Yundum College, 15 miles south of the Moslem natioA'. capital city Qf Bathurst.

THE ANCHORThurs., May 7, 1964

QUIET WAY: While demonstrators have taken over the streets in the struggle for Negro civil rights, 49 stu­ dents of Cleveland's Ursuline College have been tutoring under-privileged children who are considered potential school drop-outs. Gwen Parks, of Washington, D.C., a sophomore, takes time out from homework to get acquainted with her pupil, Robert Lemons, a junior high student. NC Photo. Mrs. Kathleen Wieser, Mr. &; Raymond McGuill, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Lewis, Edward Healey Anne M. DeNadal, Mr. &; Mrs. Daniel Massey, Catherine Con­ nors, Mr. &; Mrs. Michael Dwyer, Mr. &; Mrs: James Crosson Joseph W h e I a n, Margaret Whelan, Anne Whalen, Mr. &; Mrs. John Shea, Mr. &; Mrs. Louit! Viveiros Jr. Mr. &; ~rs. Anthony Garside,

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THE ANCHOR-Diocese. of Foil River-Thurs., May 7, 196.4

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Carmelite Explains Action of Coun,cil

On Devotion to Blessed Moth~r Mary

Continued from Page One risen Christ body as well as soul. Now how is the Church like Mary? The theologians of earlier decades liked to found the rela­ tionship in terms of Mary's role in the redemptive work of Christ. Many experts favored the position that Our Lady had a proximate and direct· involve­ ment in the Savior's passion and death. Therefore,according to God's plan, she shared in the objective redemption w hie h Christ won all graces for the Church. Active Redemptive Role Others preferred to speak of Mary as the spiritual mother of the members of Christ's Mystical Body. Her spiritual maternity began with the Annunciat~on. On CalvarY,in an intimate union of will and suffering with Christ, she brought, forth spiri­ tually brethren of Christ. Now, with the risen Christ,' she con­ tinues her motherhood towards us. Since the World War II a new school of thought - especially Swiss and German - has sug­ gested that Mary's official role on Calvary was to receive - as model of the Church-the graces of the Redemption. Mary thus becomes a proto­ type of the Church. Like the Church, her role is active and receptive. She is the ·one most perfectly red~emed-t~e model of the Church made holy by Christ.

Pope Sends ~ift To . Prelate' NEW YORK (NC) - Paolo Cardinal Marella, papal legate to the opening of the Vatican Pavilion at the New York World's Fair, brought a gift from Pope Paul VI to Francis Cardinal Spellman of New York. The gift, a. precious clasp that belonged to Pope Pius XII, was a reminder of the close friend­ ship that existed between Car­ dinal Spellman and the late Pontiff. On the back of the clasp, Pope Paul had, inscribed a message stating that it was a gift from him to Cardinal Spellman to mark the 25th anniversary of the latter's appointment as J'.rch_ bishop of New York. rhe Cardi­ nal was named to head the New York See by Pius XII on '\pril 15, 1939. . Most Valuable The clasp, made of gold en.. erusted with precious stones, was among Pius XII's most val­ u",ble uossessions. It· was de­ signed for use with a cope, a long cape-like vestment worn at most religious services .be., sides the Mass. The clasp was carried from the Vatican to New York by Msgr. Pius Benincasa of the Buffalo diocese, an official' of the Papal Secretariat of State and a member of the papal mis­ sion to the Vatican Pavilion's opening.

What will the council likely say about Our Lady? To ciate, we kn,ow nothing. We can only conjecture the council's position after looking at the Constitution of the Liturgy and listenin€ : to the Holy Father's address of Desc. 4, 1963 at t!;.le closing of the 2nd Session. Chapt. 5 of the Liturgy de­ cree places ~ -- Lady along with Christ: "In celebrating the an­ nual cycle of Christ's mysteries, holy Church honors with speeial love the blessed Mother of God, who is joined 'by an inseparable bond to the saving work of her Son. In her, the Church holds up and admires the most excel­ lent fruit of Redemption, and joyfully contemplates, as in a faultless image, that which she herself desires and hopes wholly to be." Pope Paul Mentioning items of unfinish_ ed b:Jsiness, the Pope mentioned Our Lady: "We hope for the solution most in keeping with the nature of the Church, i.e., the unanimous and loving acknowl­ edgement of the place, privi­ leged above all others, whi,~h the Mother of God occupies in the holy Church-in the Churl~h which is the principal subject matter of the present council. "After Christ,her place in the Church is most exalted, and also the one closest to us, so that we may honor her with the title, Mother of the Church, to hl~r glory and our benefit." Model of Church The council is stressing Our Lady as the model of the Churc;:}, following a line of theological thought that has developed greatly in recent years, buoyed by the Scriptures and ancient Christian authors. It has not abandoned the pair!; Popes. It perfects both St. Pope Pius X (Ad diem i1lum, 1904) and Pius XII (Ml'stici Corpori:;, 1943). Mary,' in the New Testa­ ment, is the model of the Church -as the meeting point of God's people of the Old and New Testaments as the one who re·· ceives Christ most excellently. Everything that Christ expect:; of His Church is foreshadowed, symbolized, realized in advance and perfectly in Mary. She h; the model that God intends fol' His Church.

The First Annual' Diocesan Music Festival is being held this afternoon at 1:30 at Bishop Feehan High School, Attleboro. The program, open to the public, will consist of orchestra, choral and band selections. The orchestras will be from Mt. St. Mary's Academy, Fall River, with Mr. Arthur Paquette directing, and the Academy of the Sacred Hearts, Fall River, under the direction of Mr. Ed­ ward Machado. The choral groups and their directors are the following: Domican Academy, Fall River, Sister M. Pius, O.P.; Holy Family High, New Bedford, Sister Mary Thecla, RS.M.; Jesus Mary Aca­ demy, Fall River, Mother M. of Carmel, R.J.M.; Stang Hig-h School, No. Dartmouth, Sister Patricia Gertrude, S.N.D. Also, Sacred Hearts Academy, Fairhaven, Mr. Joseph DiDomi­ nico; Bishop Feehan High, Attle­ boro, Sister Mary· Rochelle, RS.M.; Bishop Cassidy High, Taunton, Sister Stephen Helen, S.U.S.C. Band music will be played by the Coyle High Band, Taunton, under the direction of Brother William LQwney, C.S.C.

FIRST COMMUNION: The children of St. Rose of. Lima parish, Lima, Peru, put the unconsecrated hosts in th,~ chalice themselves, before the Mass. at which they will reeeive their first Holy Communion. The pastor, Father JO:~lll Lawler, M.M., of New Bedford, looks on. NC Photo.

A buffet supper at 6:30 will precede the annual meeting of Fall River' Catholic Woman's - Club, set for Tuesday night, May 12 at St. Patrick's auditorium. Fall River. Co-chairmen of the supper are I I Mrs. Edmund Sullivan, Mrs. AIfred Berube and Mrs. Frank . Mazzoni. Chairman of hospitality BALTIMORE (NO) _. A self- the·words "under God" from the- are Mrs. Thomas F. Burke and professed atheist has announced - ~l~dge of All~giance. 0t.'- t~e Mrs. Anthony J. Pannoni. she will appeal "to the Supreme grou~ds that t~eir recltatIo~ lRThe evening's program will C0l;'rt if necessar~" from the ~ubhc schoo!s IS an. unco,?-sbtu- feature "Two for the Showl' with actIon of the BaltImore School bonal practIce which vIOlates' A g I P' d' d Dana Lord­

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. WAS H I N G TON (NC)-­ reading and the Lord's Prayer authority to grant the request, Dorothy N. Kelly, editor of the in public schools was one of two since recitation of the pledge Catholic Nu'rse magazirie, 'pub­ that occasioned the U.S. Supreme in public schools is mandatory· lished by the National' Council Court's ruling against these prac- Under state law and the wording· of Catholic' Nurses, has' been tices last year. of the pledge is determined by named by the American Journal The Baltimore woman. who .. Congress.. The words "under ­ of Nursing a winner of the Mary has two sons in public schools .God" 'were added to the pledge· M. Roberts writing award for here, is. seeking elimination of by Congress· in 1954. 1964.' . .

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WASHINGTON (NC)-Presi­ dent Johnson has proclaimed Memorial Day, Saturday, May 30, as a day of prayer for perma­ nent peace. . "I call upon all people of the nation to invoke God's blessing on those who have died in de­ fense of our country and to pray for a world of law and order. I designate the hour beginning at 11 o'clock in the morning on that day as the'tillie to unite. in'

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