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An Anchor of the Soul, SU're and Firm-·ST. PAUL

Fall River, Mass., Thursday, May 15, 1969 Vol. 13, No. 20 © 1969 The Anchor PRICE 10¢ $4.CO per Year

N. E.· Vincentians Meet May 23 The members of the Society of St. Vincent de' Paul in the Diocese of Fall River extend a cordial welcome to the visiting Vincentians' who are coming to the Fourth Annual Northeastern Regional Conference from the New England States and New York State on May 23, 24, 25. President H. Frank Reilly of the Central Council says that all arrangements have been completed for the three-day meeting.

May 17. In Fall River, the ses-

c C D sions will be held at the CCD Center, 446 Highland Avenue. In the New Bedford area, Bishop Stang High School will be the scene of the parent/teacher gatherings. Both workshops will begin in the morning with registration at 9:30 and conclude with a worship service beginning at 3 in the afternoon.

Dedicate Church To St. Anthony In Fall River Bishop James L. Connolly has announced that he will preside at the dedication of the Diocese's newest church, St. Anthony of Padua in Fall River. The May 20th ceremony -will grace the Bedford Street area with an ultra-modern design replacing the Sixteenth Street church which has been in existence since 1913. Pastor of the new church is me Rev. Laureano C. dos Reis, assisted by Rev. Joseph M. Ferreira. The ceremony will begin at 7:30 in the evening.

After consultation with all involvep. The Most Reverend Bishop today announced the establishment as parishes of two mission churches, the transfer of three pastors· and the appointment of an administrator, and the assignment of seven assistants, six of them. the priests newly-ordained on May 3. Rev. Donald A. Couza, pastor

of Sacred Heart Church in Oak Bluffs, becomes pastor of St. Elizabeth's Parish in Edgartown, newly-raised from mission status attached to Oak Bluffs Rev. James A. McCarthy, pastor of St. Dominic's Church in Swansea, becomes pastor of St. John's Parish in Pocasset, formerly a mission of Corpus Christi Parish in Sandwich.

Rev. Leo M. Curry who has been convalescing from sickness and was formerly pastor of St. Joseph's Parish in North Dighton, becomes pastor of St. Dominic's Parish in Swansea. Rev. Francis M. G. Coady, assistant pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish in Fall River, becomes administrator of Sacred Heart Church in Oak Bluffs.

New Pastors Transfers Affect Three Pasf:ors in Diocese and Create Administrator for Island 'Parish

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The Diocesan CCD will offer Spring workshops for teachers and parents in two locations next Saturday,

Bishop Establishes Two Mission Churches as New Parishes on Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard

The Holiday Inn in Fall River will be the headquarters and all delegates outside of the Diocese of Fall River will register there. The Fall River Vincentians attending the meetings will register at St. Anne's School on Forest Street on Friday evening and at Bishop Connolly High School on Saturday. Mr. J. H. Leon Gauthier, secretary of the Central Council, is "assisted by Mr. Antone Pacheco . and Mr. Francisco Silvia for the Turn to Page Four

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In the Fall River area, the leaders of the workshops sessions aimed at parents and teachers of elementary school children are Rev. Maurice Jeffrey, assistant at St. Jean Baptiste parish, and Sister Mary David, S.U.S.C. who is associated with Holy Name parish. Turn to Page Four

St. Joan of Arc School Closes On Cape Cod The parishioners of St. Joan of Arc Parish, Orleans were notified at all the Masses on Sunday that the parish school will close at the end of this scholastic year. Founded in 1953 by the late Rev. James E. Lynch and staffed by the Sisters of Providence, the school opened with three grades and then increased until eight grades were in session. With the shortage of teaching sisters developing , the seventh and eighth grades were closed in September, 1967. Turn to Page Four




Bishop James 1.. Connolly will be the chief concelebrant at the 18th Anniversary Mass of the death of Bishop James E. Cassidy. The Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral on Monday, May 19, at 10 o'clock in the morning. Priests wishing to concelebrate are asked to bring am ice, alb, cincture and purple stole with them.

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Rev. Francis M. Coady, assistant at Immaculate Conception Church in Fall River, has been named administrator of Sacred Heart Parish Oak Bluffs. Rev. Donald A. Couza of Sacred Heart, Oak Bluffs, becomes pastor of the new parish of St. Eliz-


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abeth's Parish in Edgartown. Rev. James A. McCarthy, pastor of St. Dominic's Parish in Swansea goes to the new St. John's Parish, Pocasset, as pastor. Rev. Leo M. Curry, now convalescing from sickness, becomes pastor of St. Dominic's in Swansea.

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Father Coady . Born in. Fall River, May 12, 1921, the son of Mary Agnes Greaney Coady and the late John A. Coady, the new Oak Bluffs administrator attended St. Patrick School, Fall River, Msgr. Turn to Page Four

New High Charities Appeal Returns Climb Steadily Every Day . And New High Total Is Aroticipafed Catholic Charities Appeal Headquarters in Fall River announced today that the 1969 drive has reached $569,989.11 as of this morning. National and special gift volunteers will complete their remaining contacts this week and parishes are urged to make final returns by Friday noon, May 23, when the books will close. Lay Chairman James H. Smith of Falmouth has stated, "We

are pleased at this figure and we look forward to a dramatic leap upward within the next few days since many parishes which made slow initial returns are coming in with the bulk of their contributions now. I hope that alI parishes will have completed their contacts and returned to those contributors who asked solicitors to call back by the end of this week. Contributions from all priests and parishes should be

made right away to headquarters since books will be closed at noon a week from tomorrow. I believe that there has been need this year of many call-backs and I am grateful to the workers who are doing this so willingly and well and to the people who are so anxious to give. This indicates the truth and necessity of the theme of this year's Appeal-"Each gift makes a difference."

New Assignments ReossugnmelJ'Ot of One Assistant Peastor and f j,st App@8El1Jil:m®l1Dfs lor Six NewBr-Olf'dltJJD'ned p'r;e515 Rev. Edward E. Correia, assistant at Sacred Heart Church' in Oak Bluffs, is transferred as assistant to Our Lady of Victory Church in Centerville. The six newly-ordained priests were also given the following first assignments' as assistant pastors:

Rev. Normand J. Boulet to St. Stephen's Church, Dodgeville. Rev. Robert J. Carter to Sacred Heart Church, Fall River. Rev. Gerard A. Charbonneau Immacunate Conceptlion to Church, FalI River. Rev. Richard E. Gendreau to

St. Michael's Grove.



Rev. John A. Gomes to Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Taunton. Rev. Owen E. Smith to Immaculate Conception Church, North Easton.


THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Thurs. May 15, 1969'

LeadIng Area PaHrG~h~§

OFFICIAL Diocese of Fall River ASSIGNMENTS Rev. Francis M. G. Coady, from assistant at Immaculate Conception Parish, Fall River, to Sacred Heart Parish, Oak Bluffs, as administrator. Rev. Donald A. Couza, from pastor of Sacred Heart Parish, Oak Bluffs, to St. Elizabeth Parish, Edgartown, as pastor. " Rev. Leo M. Curry, from convalescence to St. Dominic Parish, Swansea, as pastor. Rev. James A. McCarthy, from pastor of St. Dominic Parish, Swansea, to St. John Parish, Pocasset, as pastor. Appointments are effective Friday, May 23, 1969. , Rev. Edward E. Correia, from assistant at Sacred Heart Parish,. Oak Bluffs, to Our Lady of Victory Parish, Centerville: as asslstan,t. . Appointment effective Tuesday, May 20, 1969 FIRST ASSIGNMENTS R~v. Normand J. Boulet to St. Stephen Parish, Dodgeville, as assistant.

Rev. Robert J. Carter to Sacred Heart Parish Fall River as assistant. ' , ' Rev. Gerard A. Charbonneau to Immaculate Conception Parish, Fall River, as assistant. Rev. Richard R. Gendreau to St. Michael Parish, Ocean Grove, as assistant. Rev. John A. Gomes to Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Taunton, as assistant. Rev. Owen E. Smith to Immaculate Conception Parish, North Easton, as assistant. Appointments effective Friday, May 16, 1969

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Bishop to' Ordain Salesian Bishop Connolly will ordain' Reverend 'Brother Robert Marc Gagne, S.D.B., to the priesthood at 7 Saturday night, May 17 in St. Anne's Church, Fall River. This ceremony will be a highlight of the 100th anniversary celebration of St. Anne's Parish. Reverend ,Brother Gagne is' the son of Adelard Gl!gne and the late Irene (Roy) Gagne of Windsor, Locks, Conn. He was born and brought up. in Fall River and was graduated from . St. Anne's parochial school in June, 1953. He then pursued classical studies at the Seminary of St. Hyacinthe in Canada and later

Day·~; .~~~~~.:J May 18-Villa Fatima, Taun· ton. Sacred' Hearts Convent, Fall River. Convent of the Sacred Hearts, Fairhaven. May 25-Mt. St. Mary Con· vent, Fall River. St. Joseph, Taunton. St. Theresa Convent, Fall River. 'THE ANCHOR Second Class Postage Paid at Fall River, Mass. Published every Thursday at 410 Highland Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 02722 by the Catl\olic Press of the Diocese of Fall River. Subscription price by mail, postpaid $4.00 per year.

entered the Salesian Order of Don Bosco, graduating from Don Bosco College, Newton, N. J. in 1962. His studies were completed at the Pontifical College Josephinu!ll in Worthington, Ohio after years' of study in Sherbro'oke, Canada and Rome, Italy. On Sunday afternoon, May 18 the Ordinand will be principal celebrant at a concelebrated Mass of Thanksgiving which will 'be offered in St. Anne's' Church at 4 o'clock.

M'ass'Ordo FRIDAY - St. Ubald, Bishop, Confessor. III Class. White. SATURDAY - St. Paschal Baylon, Confessor. III Class. White. SUNDAY-Sunday After the As· cension. II Class. White. Mass Proper; Glory; Creed; Preface of Ascension. MONDAY - St. Peter Celestine, Pope. Confessor. III· Class. White. Or St. Prudentiana, Virgin. TUESDAY - St. Bernardine of Siena, Confessor. III Class. White. WEDNESDAY-Mass of Ascen· sion,without Creed; IV Class. White. THURSDAY - Mass of Ascension, without Creed; IV Class. White.

Some parishes are very close to joining the honor roll of patishes exceeding their final 1968 totals. Eight parishes are on the Honor Roll. The new parishes added since the last publication are: St. Mary, Seekonk; St. Joan of Arc, Orleans; Assumption, Osterville; Holy Cross, Fall River; St. Roch, Fall River; and Cathedral, Fall River. ' The five leading parishes in each of the five areas of the diocese are:

Attleboro Area $11,661.50 St. John 9,705.50 St. Mary, Seekonk St. Mary, 7,142.00 No. Attleboro Holy Ghost, Attleboro 6,053.00 St. Theresa, So. Attleboro . 5,755.21

Cape &


St. Francis Xavier, Hyannis St. Patrick, Falmouth . Holy Trinity, West Harwich Assumption, Osterville St. Margaret, Buzzards Bay

9,093.00 7,565.50 5,678.00 5,528.50 5,198.50

Fall Rover Area 18,723.00 10,685.00 8,793.32 8,487.00 8,016.'00

St. Lawrence, New Bedford 17,620.26 St. James, New Bedford 10,038.00 St. Mary, So. Dartmouth 9,956.00 St. Joseph, New Bedford 9,424.50 St. Joseph, Fairhaven 9,294.25 #


W~naBeing of Catholic Education WASHINGTON (NC) - Catholic diocesan superintendents of education in the United States have called for an action program to assure "the continued well-being of American Catholic education at the present time, including enrollment declines and a growing number of school closings, they said' the continued well being of Catholic schools is essential to both the 'Catholic Church and the nation. Their program of action was outlined in a statement released here by the department of school superintendents of the National Catholic Educational Association, the chief professional organization for Catholic educators. The statement was adopted at the NCEA's 66th annual convention. The association's department of school superintendents numbers about 450 members.

Catholic schools, the statement said, "educate today no less than 5.5 million young Americans at all levels of in· structioI:l.No American cali af· ford to countenance any diminishing of the Catholic school's vital role in maintaining the qual. ity and quantity of our. national education programs." ' Among the steps recommended for meeting Catholic educational needs were: " Formation of "authoritative diocesan boards of education, responsible for the total diocesan educational program" in each diese. Establishment 0'; effective diocesa~, offices of education. ...' ~nvaluable Contribution ' Launching of diocesan studies centered on the present status

Maybasket Whist Friends of the Presentation of Mary Novitiate will sponsor a Maybasket whist at 8 Saturday. night, May 17 in the auditorium of St. Anne's School of Nursing, at the corner of Forest and Os· born Streets, Fall River. A large committee is headed by Mrs. Albert Petit.


St. Mary,- Taunton Immaculate Conception, No. Easton Sacred Heart, 'Taunton Holy Family, "Taunton Immaculate Conception, Taunton ,

7,666.50 6,730.00 5,375.00 5,229.00 4,873.50

Ten Leading Parishes in Diocese: Holy Name, Fall River $18,723.00 St. .L!lwrence, New· Bedford 17,6~0.26 St. John, Attleboro 1l~661.50 St. Mary, F.all River 10,685.00 St. James, 10,038.00 New Bedford St. Mary, .". So. Dartmouth 9,956.00 St. Mary, Seekonk 9,705.50 St. Joseph, New Bedford 9,424.50 St. Joseph, Fairhaven 9,294.25 St. Francis Xavier, Hyannis 9,093.00

Doing Counts It doesn't take great men to do things, but it is doing things that makes men great. -Glasow.

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and future means of support of Catholic educational programs, and wide publicity for the results of such studies. Formation of departments of religious education in every diocese. Creation of diocesan public information services relating to Catholic' education and an effort to make industry more aware of its responsibility to assist education. Inclusion of non-public school students in programs of public aid to education. "Despite its current problems" the statement. said, "the assets of Catholic education outweigh its liabilities. Its invaluable contribution to the nation as a whole, as well as to the Catholic community, 'completely justifies its existence. Therefore, we stand unqualifiedly committed to Catholic education."

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THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Thurs. May 15, 1969

PARISH TOTALS Fall River Area Fall RiverSt. Mary 10685.00 Blessed Sacrament 1591.00 Espirito Santo 1411.00 Holy Cross 1584.00 Holy Name 18723.00 Notre Dame 5669.00 Our Lady of Angels 8793.32 Our Lady of Health 2609.50 Holy Rosary 2791.00 Immac. Conception 5125.77 Sacred Heart 8487.00 St. Anne 3593.00 St. Anthony of Desert .235.00 St. Anthony of Pad. 2566.75 St. Elizabeth 758.00 St. John the Baptist 660.00 St. Joseph 4880.00 St. Louis 2818.50 St. Matthew 2151.00 St. Michael 5977.00 St. Patrick 4633.00 SS. Peter and Paul 6571.50 St. Roch 380'4.00 St. Stanislaus 2794.50 St. William 3945.50 Santo Christo 3031.00 Assonet-St. Bernard Central VillageSt. John Baptist

1483.00 2524.40

North Westport Our Lady of Grace


Ocean GroveSt. Michael


SomersetSt. John of God St. Patrick St. Thomas More

4265.50 6354.00 8016.50

Cape & Islands Area BrewsterOur Lady of the Cape Buzzards BayS.t Margaret CentervilleOur Lady of Victory ChathamHoly Redeemer E. Falmouth St. Anthony Falmouth-St. Patrick HyannisSt. Fraricis Xavier NantucketOur Lady of the Isle Oak BluffsSacred Heart OrleansSt. Joan of Arc Osterville-Assumption ProvincetownSt. Peter SandwichCorpus Christi So. YarmouthSt. Pius X Vineyard HavenSt. Augustine" WellfleetOur Lady of Lourdes West HarwichHoly Trinity Woods HoleSt. Joseph

Special Gifts


Fall River


3939.00 . 425.00 7565.50

$500 Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. Feitelberg R. A. McWhirr Co.


$200 Anonymous Delta Electric Co. $175 Lafayette Cooperative Bank $15@ List Family Foundation Textile Workers Union of America $140 D. D. Sullivan - Wilfred C. Driscoll Funeral Home.

3349.00 1936.00 2736.00 5528.50 CENTERVILLE: Rev. Edward E. . Correia, assistant at Sacred Heart Church, Oak Bluffs, has been reassigned to Our Lady of Victory Church, Centerville. The Island Parish has been divided and Father Correia returns to the Cape Parish where he served earlier.

325.00 350.00 3873.00 300.00 1971.00

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MEMORIAL DAY In Massachusetts Will Be Observed on

MONDAY, MAY 26, 1969 St. Patrick - Fall River



wm Be Closed to Motor Vehicles

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under the' friendly leadership of

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AcushnetSt. Francis Xavier


FairhavenSt. Joseph St. Mary Sacred Hearts

9294.25 1904.80 770.50

MattapoisettSt. Anthony


21 Days, including

So. DartmouthSt. Mary



Wareham-St. Patrick


Departing August 28th

Westport-St. George


(returning September 18th)

Pastor, 51. Joseph No hurry, no worry; just. the most relaxing three weeks you can imagine with a small group of congenial people like you! The best hotels, meals, jets, sights, and accommodalions everywhere! Plenty of time for leisurely stopovers at the principal scenes of Europe you've always wanted to visit and savor. ROME, the historic seat of Christendom; you will agr~e Rome alone would be worth the trip. LOURDES, where millions of devout pilgrims come

includes everything from and to Fall River with NO extras or hidden costs of any kind whatsoever !!xcept a few lunches. All first class hotels. These nre only a few of the r - - - - - - - - - - - - - - O h i g h spots. Telephone 01' Msgr. George E. Sullivan write Msgr. Sullivan for your SI. Joseph Rectory own detailed itinerary. 1335 N. Main SI. I Fall River, Mass. 02720 I Dear Msgr. Sullivan: Please send Telephone I your colorful illustrated folder to: 673·1123 I Name


$125 Cliff Nursing Homes Almy Associates

$100 Francis J. Devine-D & D Sales & Service United Labor Council of Great· er Fall River Poole Silver Co., Inc. In Memory of Rev. George B. McNamee $80 Beetle Plastics Div. of Crompton & Knowles Corp. $50 Holy Rosary Women's Guild . Anonymous John F. Stafford Insurance $30 Michaud & Poirier Insurance $25. Mr. & Mrs. John P. Dwyer St. Joseph Women's Guild Hadley Insurance B & S Fisheries of Fall River Nelson's Dairy Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Morley Sherwin & Gottlieb Bristol Knitting Mills Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters John's Shoe Store Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America No. 177



Attleboro Area

$135 Herve Lagasse

FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS (NC)The Catholic press was charact· erized as "an indispensable aid in achieving an informed clergy and laity" by the Priests' Senate of the Belleville diocese. Discussing diocesan problems at a meeting here in Illinois the senate decided to issue a full reo port at a later date on the "future direction" of. the Messenger, diocesan. newspaper. . ' . ."It' was agreed that the many' changes brought on by an in· creased interest in religious news on the part of television, radio and the secular press demands a professional reevaluation of our goals and objectives," a statement by the senate asserted..

Holy Family 5229.00 Holy Rosary 1819.50 SwanseaImmac. Conception 4873.50 Our Lady of Fatima 5208.50 Our Lady of Lourdes 2921.00 St. Dominic 4343.00 5375.00 Sacred Heart St. Louis of France 4219.00 St. Anthony 2601.00 St. Jacques 4286.00 New Bedf·ord Area St. Joseph 4749.00 St. Mary . 7666.50 New BedfordPaul' 3922.00 St. Holy Name 5004.00, 1612.50 Assumption .835.30 Dighton-St. Peter' ... .. ' . Immac. Conception 2951.35 No Dighton- . Mt. Carmel 9246.85 St. Joseph 2042.00 Our Lady of Fatima 2300.00 No. EastonOur Lady of Immac. Conception 6730.00 Perpetual Help '1873.50 Raynham-St. Ann 4510.00 Our Lady of Purgatory 50.00 So. Easton-Holy Cross 2396.65 Sacred Heart 3337.00 St. Anne 2466.00 St. Anthony of Pad. 3022.00 St. Boniface 356.00 ; .•. St. Casimir . 593.00 St. Francis of Assisi 1815.00 St. Hedwig 590.00 . 1016.50 St. Hyacinth , St. James 10038.00 'I St. John Baptist 5208.50 \ St. Joseph 9424.50 St. Kilian 2760.00 St. Lawrence 17620.26 St. Mary 6397.00 St. Theresa 3308.50

AttleboroHoly Ghost $ 6053.00 St. John 11661.50 St. Joseph 3783.00 St. Mark 4929.00 St. Mary (Seekonk) 9705.50 St. Stephen 4705.00 St. Theresa 5755.21 Mansfield-St. Mary 5679.35 North AttleboroSacred Heart 3825.50 St. Mary 7142.00 Norton-St. Mary 4470.00 Seekonk-Mt. Carmel 5660.00

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THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Thurs:'May 15; ."969

New England Vincentians To'Meet-

, Con~olly, principal celebrant. A Continued from Page One registrations. Mr. Gauthier ex- continental breakfast will be pects that over 500 dele/?ates served after the Mass. At 10 o'clock, the ladies will will be attending the RegIOnal tour the Catholic Memorial Conference. Dennis 'Hurley, Treasurer for Home and be served a luncheon the Conference is chairman of there, while the delegates will the committee in charge of the be attending study sessions until . banquet and reception on Sat- the noon luncheon. Study sessions will continue urday evening. For the convenience of the in the afternoon from 1:30 until . out{-of-the-Diocese participants, 4:45. All will then C'ttend a social Mr. James Gillet and Mr. Henry Kitchen are arranging bus trans- and dinner at White's Restauportation to and from their lodg- rant at which Bishop Connolly . , will be the guest speak~r. ings. Bishop Gerrard, Auxiliary to Mi'. Edouard LacrOIx, PresIdent of the Fall River Particular the Bishop of the Diocese, will Council -is in charge of planning speak at the brunch to be -held the program for the ladies on at White's following the Mass 'Saturday, May 24, while the men scheduled for Sunday' morning are busy in the study sessions at at 8:30 at St. Patrick's Church, Bishop Connolly High School. Fall River. The Most Reverend James L. Connolly, Bishop of Fall River, expressing his pleasure that the Diocese will host the Fourth Continued from Page One Annual Northeastern Regional Father Jeffrey will conduct the Conference said, "I am confident that God's grace will guide you session on Penance and Conand that all will draw much science. Sister Mary David will from the inexhaustible example lead the unit on First Commuof Christ, the Good Shepherd, nion. Sessions designed for those inand St. Vincent de Paul, the in, defatigable follower of Our volved with intermediate and junior high students include Blessed Lord." The program has been distrib- Confirmation, led by Mr. David uted .to all the St. Vincent de Howard, a CCD catechist from Paul Conferences in the New Immaculate Conception parish, England States and New York No. Easton; and "Light on Life," which will review methods of State. Registration will start at 2 using the innovative text bearon Friday afternoon, May 23 ing that title. This last session and continue until 7 in the eve- will be conducted by Mr. Donal ning and it will be followed by McKinnon of St. Ann's parish, a buffet dinner and entertain- -Raynham. Mr. Walter Cass, of St. Patment. All 'functions scheduled for rick's parish, Fall River, will Saturday, May 24 will be con- conduct the general session covducted at Bishop Connolly High ering Christian Sex Education. School, Fall River. At 8:30 in Rev. Kevin Tripp, who serves as the morning, a concelebrated an assistant of the same parish, Mass will be offered with Bishop will lead the general session dealing with Liturgy. At the Bishop Stang High B workshop, the leaders will be ICSUtlg Rev. Harold Wilson, Christian Continued from Page One Sex Education; Sister Barbara The six grades now being Thomas, S.U.S.C., Penance; Sisclosed had an enrollment of 88 ter Lorrafne, O.V.L.M.., Confirstudents. mation; Sister Jeanne Boucher, Rev. William J. McMahon, C.S.C., First Communion; Mr. pastor of the Orleans parish, has John Welch,. '~Light on Life;" announced that the building and Rev. Richard Chretien, Litwill be used for CCD classes and urgy. foresees using it on Sunday and Similar workshops will be held holydays of obligation for the Saturday, May 24 at Bishop Casoverflow congregations during sidy High School, Taunton; St. the Summer period. John the Evangelist School, AtThe letter written by Bishop tleboro; and at the St. Francis Connolly and read at the Masses _ Xavier Catechetical Center, Hylast Sunday follows: annis. To the Congregation of St. ,There is no registration fee Joan of Arc's Church, Orleans for the workshops. All interested Beloved in Christ: parents and teachers are inv.ited For the past four months the to attend. Participants are reDiocesan Board of Education quested to bring their own and the Chancery Office have luncheons. Beverages will be been striving to assure a contin- provided by the workshop orued operation of your Parish ganizing, committees. Further inSchool. It has served the past formation may be obtained by ten or more years the parishes contacting the CCD Center, Fall of Orleans, Brewster, Chatham, River, or from any parish CCD Dennis, and Wellfleet. The im- Director. pact of the Sisters of Providence staffing the school has been Froject Equality highly significant for this community since the beginning. Elects Chairman However, these are presently reCHICAGO (NC) - John K. duced in number six to two. The Cannon, a Detroit attorney, was economy of the parish cannot elected chairman of the national possibly support the hiring of Project Equality Council, governlay teachers even if they could ing body of the interfaith movebe had. In all probability service ment to use the economic power of the Lay teacher on the Cape of religious institutions to bring would be difficult to secure. about equal opportunity !n all So with much regret after due aspects of employment. Nearly consultation I have decided that 300 religious bodies of all faiths St. Joan of Arc's School will participate in the program. close this coming June. Rev. Bennie E. Whiten, deputy Always grateful to the devoted director of the New' York City community, Pastor, and Sisters Mission Society, was elected of Providence, I remain, vice-chairman. Outgoing chairSincerely in Christ, man and vice-chairman are Rev. ~ JAMES L. CONNOLLY, Larold K. Schulz and James HenBishop of Fall River. 'derson Jr.

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POLITICS IS WHERE YOU FIND IT: With still 10 minutes to go before the start of Mass in the ~ount H~gen cathedral, New Guinea, a local politician seizes'the opportunity to.harangue the local natives on. the merits of his policies. He aspired to be a locai government councilor. NC Photo.

Bishop Assigns Four Pastors Continued from Page One Coyle High School, Taunton, and Providence College. After preparing for the Priesthood at St. Mary Seminary, Baltimore Md., he was ordained a priest at St. Mary's Cathedral, Fall River, on Dec. 22, 1945 by Bishop James E. Cassidy. In the Diocese of Fall River, Father Coady has served at St. James Parish, New Bedford; Our Lady of the Assumption, Osterville; St. Peter the Apostle, Provincetown; St. Joan of Are, Orleans; Our Lady of Victory. Osterville; and, Immaculate Conception, Fall River. Father Couza Rev. Donald A. Couza. the son of Charles and Agnes (Flaherty) Couza, was born in New Bedford, on Sept. 23, 1917. After attending Holy Family' Grammar and High Schools, he went on to Providence College. He was ordained a priest by Bishop James E. Cassidy on June 5, 1943 after having prepared for the Priesthood at St. Bernard Seminary, Rochester, N. Y. Father Couza moves next door from Sacred Heart Parish, Oak Bluffs, to found th~ ,newly established St. Elizabeth Parish. He has also served at Sacred Heart Parish, Taunton; Holy Name Parish. Fall River; St. John the Baptist Parish, Central Villiage. Father Curry .Living in convalescence at the Priests' Hostel in Fall River since 1967, Rev. Leo M. Curry happily returns to the active ministry as pastor of St. Dominic Parish, Swansea. The son of the late Robert J. and the late Ann M. (Mullaney) Curry, he was born in New Bedford on October 31, 1908. ' He studied philosophy' and theology at St. Mary Seminary, Baltimore, Md. after attending St. Mary School, New Bedford; Holy Family High School, New Bedford; St. Charles College, Catonsville, Md.

Course 'of Destiny Whoever fails to turn aside the ills of life by prudent forethollght must submit to the course of destiny. -Schiller.

He was ordained by Bishop James E. Cassidy on May 26, 1934. Father Curry has served at St. Patrick Parish, Wareham; St. Joseph Parish, Taunton; St. Patrick Parish, Fall River; St. Augustine Parish, Vineyard Haven; and St. Joseph Parish, No. Dighton. Father McCarthy The son of the late Timothy J. and the late Mabel (Smith) McCarthy, Rev. James A. McCarthy was born in Taunton on October 21, 1918. After attending St. Mary School, Taunton; Msgr. Coyle High School, Taunton; Holy Cross College, Worcester; St., Michael College, Winooski, Vt.; the University of Ottawa, Canada; he made his final studies for the Priesthood at St. Mary Seminary, Baltimore, Md. Bishop James E. Cassidy ordained him to the Priesthood at St. Mary's Cathedral, Fall River, on Feb. 24, 1945. Pastoral appointments in the Diocese of Fall River have brought him to St. James Parish, New Bedford; Our Lady of the Isle Parish, Nantucket; Holy Family Parish, East Taunton; Holy Name Parish, Fall River; St. William Parish, Fall River; and, St., Dominic Parish, Swansea. Father McCarthy has also served as Diocesan Director of the Deaf, Moderator for the Blackfriars and on the Diocesan Tribunal he has been Advocate, Defender of the Bond and Judge.


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WORCESTER (NC) - Holy Cross College faculty members quietly passed five proposals that are something of a milestone in college government. The action was in direct contrast to student protest, rebellion and takeovers other colleges are experiencing. The proposals give students a voice in hiring, firing, promoting and tenuring of faculty, and allow students to attend, speak and vote at all regular and special faculty meetings as well as at meetings of the Educational Policy Committee, which is the major steering' committee of the faculty. , The innovation will giv~ students a 12 per cent voting representation at faculty meetings beginning May 19. In the areas of rank: tenure and reapppointment, student advisory committees will be established for each academic department. The committees will consist of elected junior and senior majors in the particular depart· ment. The student committees will meet with senior faculty members and department chairmen to advise on reappointment. promotion and tenure, and will interview and review candidates being considered for faculty appointments at Holy Cross. All five proposals will be tried for two years and then reviewed by the faculty. Holy Cross faculty also passed a proposal endorsing and recommending coeducation at the presently all-male school. The recommendation will be sent to the school's trustees. Alumni and student opinion will be surveyed and cost estimates reviewed by the trustees. A decision is expected in the Fall. Holy Cross, oldest Catholic college in New England, is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year.

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A favorite sport of Catholics - and, others - these past several years has been to say often, "What the Pope should do is . .'. ." As Pontiff, which means bridge-builder, he is the link between Christ and the visible Church and reconciles Catholics of varying temperaments in the u~ity of faith and code and sacramental life. , And in the process he is criticized. One wise man, speaking last week after the anouncement from Rome that the universal Church would still venerate but no longer publicly celebrate with feast days, many saints, started a sentence with the traditional words, "What the Pope should do," and then added the phrase, "is hire a good public relations man." It migh~ be a good idea. Sometimes pronouncements from Rome are phrased in such formal and intellectual terms that unthinking reporters try to translate these into jargon that . will reacl~ out and grab the readers. The results at times are disastrous. And the explanations that have to follow up. and correct such initial distor:ted impressions never have the impact of the original misstatement. Maybe a good public relations man would help to state from the very beginning what is said and what" is meant and to answer the immediate questions of reporters in a language that they understand and" that needs no further translation and interpretation. '

Answer to a Crisis

Father Patrmck 0 9 Malley ·Speaks To Assembl,y of Priests on NFPC.

The Catholic Church in America seems committed to Rev. Patrick J. O'Malley Anti-Ballistic Missi.l~ progr~m, · I hit f h' 'd t f th the decay of the cItIes, fouhng a parochla sc 00 sys em. , 0 C lcago, presl en 0 e of the nation's air and streams It can carry out this commitment only within the National Federation 0 f hunger in the country and s~ framework of what is possible - financially and as re- Priests' Councils or NFPC, forth. gards personnel. spoke last Thursday at Bishop Feeling that ther~ has not Connolly High School in Fall' been e~ough leadershIp from the I On the one hand, it cannot pay down the serious River to more than 60 priests of C?urch~on .every level, Father proportions of the crisis now facing the parochial sch()ois. the Diocese. <? Malley saId ~e felt tha~ a NaThe crisis of survival is here, and is pressing., " , , Bishop Connolly ami Dio~esan tlOnal FederatIon, ,~I>eakmg out On the other hand, there is a very legitiniati(?fear; Chancellor Rt. Rev'; Reginald M. forcef~lly on such !SSU~S, could Barrette were also present as he!p mfluence legIslatIOn a.nd that the very talking about the crisis will set oJf an, were Rt. Rev. Colin MacDonald brmgabo~t:n~edeq' remedIes reaction and' the faithful, thinking that the" syste'm' is"" of Manchester, N. H. Vice Presi- an~ 'Y0uld assert pr!est leaderdoomed anyway, will withdraw their support and will dent of the National Federation, shIp m. the commumty and on thus accentuate the very problem itself. and several priests from near-by the natIon. dioceses. He spoke of t~e work .that the In fairness public officials should state their own The NFPC is a composite of NFPC could do .m as,sessmg such intents and purposes. Would they like to see the clos- representatives of some 130 areas .as chan~mg lI~e ~tyles ~f ing of the parochial schools and the pupils absorbed into Priests Senates and/or Asocia- ~he ~rIest ~nd mvestlgat~ng splrtions of the country. The Fall ItualIty SUIted to the prIesthood the public school system and, the state and federalgov- River Senate of Priests is pres- of today and the future. As a ernments then come to the aid of the communities so ently a member of the Federa- clearing h?use. and in~trument affected? tion and priests will soon be fo~ gatherIng. mformatlon, . and Or are they prepared to face right now the, work of polled to determine their desire usmg .all avaJiable pr?fesslOnal to continue membership or to expertIse, the Fed~ratlOn could hammering out a formula by which the parochial school disassociate from the Federation. do a more far-reachmg and more system will be compensated for the public function' of 'Father O'Malley was invited deep-seated wo~k th~n. individeducation that it certainly provides with, at the same to speak to the priests on the ual groups WIth lImIted renature and aims of the Federa- sources. time, no use of public .funds to support the essentially tion. Father O'Malley spoke of the sectarian aspects of Catholic school education? Father O'Malley pointed out NFPC ~nd .its conc~rn and ability There may be problems but, should be no impossi- . that he did not and could not to assIst m workmg out probTt' .. t h f I Th C .. f claim to speak for 35,000 priests lem.s that might arise among bI I Y 10 arrIv10g a suc a ormu a. e onslItutlOn 0 in the nation. His position is that varIOus members of the cler~ the United States makes no provision for a' uniform or of being the elected president a~ong themselves and. WIth official school system. Under the Constitution all three of a Federation of 130 priests' bIshops, and the necessIty for presently-existing school systems _ public, private, paro- groups which represent 35 0'00 these to have at hand the mapriests. 'chine.ry fo~ the just solution of chial- have equal validity since all three serve the public . Father O'Malley spoke of his seemmgly I~soluble.m~tters. function of education. work as a priest in a Chicago ~ather 0 Malley mdlcated The Constitution further guarantees to parents free- parisI). where there was much whll~ there have been cor~lal dom in the type of education their children receive so work and activity tending to the relatIons bet'Yee!1.the Fed~ratlOn many calls for aid and assist- and ~ome. mdlvldual . bIshops, long as the public purpose is achieved. ance. He said that he felt that . there IS stJiI need and mtentlon The present method of withholding all aid from non- , while this was God's work there for more' communication bepublic schools penalizes such choice. was need to get at the root tw;en .the group and the cotmcauses of many of the nation's try s bIshOp,s. N o one urges government aid f or religion. But fair- ills bringing about these probFather 0 Malley spoke of. ~he ness dem~nds government aid for those areas of educa- lems. He feels that the National great sense of accountabIlIty tion that ate not solely and essentially sectarian and that Federation has and will have' that he and the Federation's offido serve the public purpose. great impact in these areas. cers f~lt and wel~omed the o~-

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VATICAN CITY (NC) - Pope Paul VI has granted the request of Franziskus Cardinal Koenig of Vienna to be relieved as military vicar of Austria, and has appointed Bishop Franziskus Zak of Sankt Poelten to the post.

Announce Plans For Exceptional The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine has announced plans for First Communion celebrations for mentally handicapped children taking religious instruction under, the auspices of the CCD. At 7:30 Monday night, May 19, children in the CCD Special Education class held at Bishop Stang High School, North Dartmouth, will receive their First Communion in the Stang chapel. These exceptional children from the New Bedford area have been under the instruction of Mrs. Mildred Gifford, assisted by Stang High School students. At 4 Saturday afternoon, May 24, a similar ceremony will be held at St. Mary's Church, Taunton. At that time exceptional children from the Taunton area, who have been receiving tCD religious training at' Bishop Cassidy High School, will receive the Sacrament of the Eucharist. The children of the Taunton class have been under the instruction of Elizabeth Doran and Sister Elizabeth Mary, R.S.M. Students from Coyle and Cassidy High School served as classroom assistants during the training period. Parents and friends of the children are invited to the ceremonies in both areas. Planning Meeting . In the Attleboro area, a planning meeting for the religious education of exceptional children will be held at 6:30 Tuesday night, May 20, at Murray Universalist Church, Attleboro. Among participants will be members of the Attleboro Association for Retarded Children and the Diocesan CCD organization~..•A short ecumen'icaJ: service is planned 'for the meeting and a potluck supper will be served.

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Central Congregational Church of fall River and the Greater Fall River Council of Churches are sponsoring programs in the fields of sacred dance and drama to which they invite members of the Roman Catholic community. The sacred dance service, to be held at 7:30 Sunday night at the Central Congregational Church, 100 Rock Street, Fall River, will combine sacred dance and meditations by Rev. Allen Hollis, reflecting problems and attitudes of contemporary society. Music will be by Doug Ramsey and the Eighth Day musicians of Attleboro. Dancers will be directed by Mrs. Hollis. "Many Sisters and CCD workers saw the Sacred Dance Choir at a recent ecumenical workshop and wanted to know when they could be seen in a worship setting," noted Rev. Hollis. King David The Council of Churches will sponsor a performance of Arthur Honnegger's "King David," a symphonic psalm, after a drama P?rtumty to. e:c plam . the group s by Rene Morax, at 7:30 Sunday night, May 25 at Union Method~lI~S. DescrIbmg hl~self as .a mlddle-of-.the-roader he saId ist Church, 600 Highland Avenue, Fall River. Performers will that he trIes walk want the path between thoseto who no be members of the Barrington change and those who clamor Camerata, directed by Gregory for change yesterday. Goida of the music faculty of Father O'Malley said that the, Barrington College. very speed with which the NFPC was organized and has tried to Papers Editor face some of the great problems of, the day was responsible for WASHINGTON (NC) - Father some, breakdown in communica- Thomas O'Brien Hanley, S.J., of tions with priests" and some Loyola University, Chicago, has' haste in getting information to been appointed editor of the John priests and members groups. Carroll Papers.

Cornelius J. Murphy Insurance Agency Mt. Hope Machinery Co. $30 ST. MARGARET, Henry Crapu BUZZARDS BAY $27 The annual Spring rummage St. Vincent de Paul Society, sale of SS. Margaret-Mary Guild will take place from 9 to 1 Sat- . Holy Rosary Parish $25 urday, May 17 at the new parish Catholic Assoc. of Foresters center on Main Street, Buzzards J. M. Wells Bay. Donations may be left this Societe des Enfants de Marie afternoon or tomorrow after.McKenna's Gift Shop noon. Bristol County Furniture Co. The annJlal guild meeting will Hathaway Construction take place Wednesday night, Paragon Gears Inc. June 4, at which time officers Holy Rosary Women's Guild will be elected. A banquet is Community Paint Co. slated for Wednesday. night, . Mrs. Josephine McCormick June 11 at K of C Hall, Buzzards Hodgeman Mfg. Co. Bay. New York Lace Store Tentative plans have been Edward F. St. Pierre made for a penny sale WednesPowers Pontiac Inc. day, July 2, also at the new cenSt. Germaine & Son ter, which is expected to be in Tremblay Moving & Storage full operation in late Mayor early June. An executive board meeting is slated for Wednesday, May 28 at the home of Miss Ursula Wing, president.

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02722. HOLY NAME,. FALL RIVER Contemporary music will accompany the 10 o'clock Mass Sunday morning, May 18. The parish council will meet in the rectory at 7:30 tonight. OUR LADY OF ANGELS, FALL RIVER The Espirito Santo feast will be celebrated the weekend of June 6 through 8. A planning meeting will be held at 7 Sunday night, May 18 at the church hall. VISITATION GUILD, NORTH EASTHAM Guild members will sponsor a concert by the Singing Sisters for the benefit of St. Joan of Arc parish, Orleans, at 8 Saturday night, May 31 at Eastham Town Hall. Tickets are available at St. Joan of Arc Thrift Shop in Orleans or from any guild member. ST. STANISLAUS, FALL RIVER Women's Guild members will attend a Communion breakfast in the school hall following 8:45 Mass Sunday morning, May 18. Rev. Ronald Tosti will speak. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs. 'Jean Drzal. ST. LOUIS, FALL RIVER The Women's Guild announces a public penny sale for 7:30 Wednesday night, May 21 in the church hall. A 路Communion breakfast will take place following 9:15 Mass Sunday morning, June 8. Mrs. Raymond Morin, chairman, will be aided by Miss Agnes Murphy, co-chairman. Mrs. Morin is also chairman of a nominating committee which will present a slate of officers at the guild's regular meeting Tuesday, June 3. ST. PATRICK, FALMOUTH Women's Guild members will attend novena services at 7:30 Monday night, May 19 immediately preceding their annual meeting at the CCD hall. Election of officers will take place. ST. KILIAN, NEW BEDFORD The Women's Guild will sponsor a "May Basket Whist Party" at 7:30 Saturday night, May 24 in the school hall on Earle Street. Door prizes as well as gifts for the whist will be awarded and refreshments will be served. Members of the Guild will receive Holy Communion in a body at the 8 o'clock Mass on Sunday, June 1 and attend a breakfast immediately after the Mass. The annual banquet and installation of the guild will be held at 6:30 on Wednesday night, June 4 in the New Bedford Hotel. The new slate of officers is as follows: Mrs. Herve Caron, president; Mrs. Joseph Babiarz, vice-president; Mrs. Leo Blais, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Landry, secretary; Mrs. William J. Richard, hospitality chairman. ST. GEORGE, WESTPORT A Maybasket Whist will be held on Saturday evening, May 17 at 8 o'clock in St. George School Hall on Route 177. Mrs. Joseph R. Forest is chairman of the event.

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, NEW BEDFORD The Holy Name Society will observe the Feast of Santo Christo on Sunday, May 25. Tickets for the roast beef dinner to be served at noon will be available at the door in the school hall. It is open to the public. The procession will begin at 2 o'clock and will be followed by an auction and a band concert. A variety of refreshments will be available. Proceeds will be for the benefit of the school.

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Cincinnati !Educator To Resign Post CINCINNATI (NC) - Msgr. Carl J. Ryan, superintendent of Cincinnati archdiocesan schools for 36 years and dean of American Catholic school administrators, will retire May 31. Oldest Catholic school superintendent in the nation in terms of service, the 76-year-old official presided over the archdiocesan system in' its period of greatest expansion, served as dean of the old archdiocesan Teachers College from 1932 until it was discontinued in 1953, and was a member of the executive board of the National Catholic Educational Assochltion for many years.

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,NURSES MEET:, At Spring plenary meeting of Fall River Diocesan Council of Catholic Nurses Sister Irene Therese of St. Anne's HospitClI and Bishop Co,:"nolly, meet with Mrs. Ann Thomas, Taunton; Mrs. Collotta Robinson, Attleboro; and' Rev. Cornelius J. Keliher, council moderator.

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New officers of Fall River Catholic Woman's Club are Mrs. Raymond V. Barrette, re-elected president; Mrs. James A. O'Brien Jr" vice-president; Mrs. Arthur J, Sullivan Jr., secretary; and Mrs. Harold J. Hodkinson, treasurer. At the club's annual meeting, college scholarships were awarded to Miss Mary Regina Crosson and Miss Carolyn M. Sayward. Both will attend Bridgewater State College. Miss Crosson, a student at Mt. St. Mary Academy, to which she also won a scholarship, has been actiye in the orchestra, debate club, French club and the National Honor Society, as well as on the staff of the school paper. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Crosson, 415 Bay Street. \ Miss Sayward, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Sayward, 67 Whipple Street, attends B. M. C. Durfee High School, where she is active in the Spanish club, the Future Teachers of America, the Girls' Glee Club and the senior mixed chorus. Both scholarship winners have been active in Confraternity of Christian Doctrine projects.

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Margaret & 'Elizabeth Brady, Qu'estion of State Aid 'to 'Nonpubli~ Schools $100 ' M. Barrington, Mrs. R. Freeman, Rev. George E. Harrison Mr. & Mrs. T. Hoye, Mr. 'Mrs. Arouses Support, Opposition Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H'. Martin L. LaFrance $50 ' Legislators, school spokesmen in light of the' ICPT stand Mrs. F. P. McCabe, D. H, MarMr. & Mrs. William Scully ,and parent groups were found against financial aid; I don't tin, Mr. & Mrs. Frederick F. Osborn McClellan Mosley, Mr. & Mrs, James F. 'on both sides of thecontr,over- think we would support nor, $30 McMorrow, Mr. & Mrs. Edward sial question of state' aid to non- oppose such requests." The Garvin Family public schools' in various U. 'S. "We're already living in a J. McNamara Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Peter McNally 'situation where some aid is beC. Tripp, John Keating, Joseph locales in recent weeks. , Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Santos Some 2,600 delegates to the ing given to nonpublic schools" Padula, James Avilla, Ralph $25 Illinois 'Congress of Parents and and opposing all requests "would Buckley , Mrs. Chester W. Cambell, Mr. William Casey, Thomas Corr, Teachers (ICPT), meeting in Chi- make us look anti-Catholic," Dr. Anthony Elias, Frederick cago, overwhelmingly approved Mrs. Norton said. ICPT is "an & Mrs. Francis T. Coughlin, a statement expressing "oppo- entirely pro-public school group, Helen Dahill, Maribeth Dahill Fitzsimmons, William Hansen Robert Hill Sr. Catherine Mc- sition to any aid, direct or in- and is not anti-private schools" Mr. & Mrs. William Donnelly , Mr. & Mrs. Edward Ferreira she added. ' Carty, Mary Maloney, James direct, to nonpublic schools." . But a minority position was In Lincoln, Neb., a former Mr. & Mrs. Francis Frazier' McGovern, Mary McLear Joseph Megan Sr., Mrs. Ralph presente~ by seven Catholic state university president, an Esther Johnson; Mr. & Mrs. Joh~ ~eckard, James Reid, Helen school ICPT delegates led by official of Citizens for Educa- Kelly, Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Shove, James Cole, Frederick Mrs. Patricia Siebert, a vice- tional Freedom, and Catholic Kennedy Mrs. Estelle Margarido, Mrs. chairman for legislation in the and Lutheran spokesman were, Gemme, Mrs. Frederick Gemme Thomas Murphy , Evanston Council of Parent- among those supporting a bill William J. Mahon, Mrs. James which could result in an amend- Maxwell, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McJohn O'Hearne, Mr. & Mrs. R. Teacher Associations. Mrs. Siebert argued that fail- ment to, the state constitution' Kenna, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel MelParkinson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. H,ill Jr. , Winifred Laughlin, ure to provide aid to non public ' permitting grants for the benefit lo Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Pirozzi Mary Leary, in Memory of schools will move the state of children, attending nonpublic closer to a monopolistic school schools. The bill would place the Mr. & Mrs. John Santos, Mr. &. Nellie, Alice McCusker, Michael Mc- system; lessening both the pos- proposed amendment on the Mrs. Gilbert Simmons, Hon. & sibility of choice and the value November, 1970, election ballot. Mrs. Frank Smith, Helen Smith, Cusker, Mrs. Michael McCusker Mary Wrenn Alice McKenna, Ruth McKenn~ of competition among school Dr. & Mrs. William Donohue Susan Kenna, John McNa- systems. Lofts Suspension ' Mr. & Mrs. J. LaPre. Mrs. Peggy Norton, ICPT legmafa, Denn'is McSweeney, EmUTRECHT (NC)-The suspenery Malo, Irene Malo, Joseph islative chairman, carried the sion of three chaplains at the day,. however, with the a'rgument Scarano, Carruth Steeves that state aid to nonpublic {jniversity of Utrecht student ST. PAUL schools would lead to the "ex- parish for allowing Protestant, MONUMENT WORKS pansion and proliferation" of ministers to lead' Eucharistic ser$100' , vices has been lifted by Bernard tHem. MANUFACTURING Rev. Cornelius O'Neiil Such proliferation, she as- Cardinal Alfrink of Utrecht, The and Netherlanqs, The three priests $75 serted would result in "a deteriDESIGNING Dr. l$t, .Mrs. Willia1ll Fountain oration of citizen concern, for the promised Cardinal Alfrink that 303 STATE RD. NO. WESTPORT quality of public schools and an they will not repeat their ,experi$50 ,,' mental Eucharistic services with unwillingness to maintain a high Tel. 678路7801 Res. 636-2506 Mr., & Mrs. Edward Roster Protestant rpinisters. ' level of fin'ancial support. Mr. & Mrs. Hector Demers' "Private'school education and ,$25 ~, , particUlarly' ,religious ',private Mr. & Mrs. Wi'lliam Driscoll school education is divisive," Elementary -'CCD 'Pupils, St. Mrs. Norton stated. ' ' Paul's, Catherine R. Campbell, Asked if ICPT. is opposed to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bartel, Mr.' & WI'THOUT TRAFFIC & PARKiNG PROBLEMS such measures as loaning secuMrs. James' Duffy, "'Sr., , Mr.' & lar textbooks to 'non public at the . Mrs. Paul A. Silva. school' ,students or busing for these students; Mrs. Norton said: Providence Priests Have "While it may sound churlish," . SOMERSET, MASS.




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PROVIDENCE (NC) - Eight priests of the Providence diocese have been elected to a grievance Dr. & Mrs. Fernand Hamel committee, which will investigate and make efforts to resolve Getting the Be~t incidents of complaints involv, It is a funny thing about life; . ing priests. If you refuse to accept anything Father William M. Delaney of ~ut the, best you very often get the Pawtucket-Central Falls It. -Maugham. area, was elected chairman.

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Pastor. Exploins School Closing NEWARK (NC) - Some 350 students and their parents attending a meeting here in an effort to obtain reverseI of a decision to close St. James High School were told the decision would stand. The decision to close the school, announced in March, was explained by' Father Joseph J. Jarecmczuk, pastor, and Msgr. Joseph P. Tuite, archdiocesan, " superintendent of schools. A total of 194 students are affected by the closing and Father Jarecmczuk said most of them have already transferred either to St. Vincent's Academy, Essex Catholic School or East Side Public High School, all in Newark. Taking note of the numbers in attendance, Father Jarecmczuk said that "If two years ago when we tried to form a parents association this many persons had come out, I might not have to tell you" that the school would not reopen in September. He said that since the closing was announced, the nuns who staff the school have been reassigned for next year. He also said that tuition charges do not even meet payroll costs and that only 33 of the students at the school are from St. James parish. St. James is the only Catholic high school in Newark's Ironbound section.


Sou,rid Doctrine Anglican Theologian Defends Mary's Totle, 'Mother of the Church' DAYTON (NC)-An Anglican scholar, Father Eric L. Mascall, theology professor at the University of London, defended the Blessed Virgin's title, "Mother of the' Church," in 'a talk at Ber, gamo 'Center here. Lecturing under the auspices of the University of Dayton's Marian Library, Father Mascall said the title, proclaimed by Pope Paul VI at the end of the third season of Vatican Council II in 1964,.is sound doctrine and added that he "can't see how anybody can object to it theologically." "There may be a difference of opinion as to whether Pope Paul was tactful,' but it doesn't· seem me that there can be any dispute about the doctrine itself," he said.


Father Mascall's reference was to a debate among council Fathers on the inclusion of the title in a Vatican II document. Although some bishops, including the entire Polish episcopate, asked the council' to proclaim Mary as "Mother of the Church;" the question was bypassed by the Fathers. The Pope then issued the proclamation. Mary,s relation to men depends upon two things-that she is the mother of Christ and that men are members of Christ, Father Mascall said. Total Christ "The Church is· His body; He is the head, we are the members. The total Christ is Jesus and His members," the theologian said.

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"And because Mary is His mother and we are His memo bers, she is our mother, too. And motherhood, of course, is a permanent relationship," he said. Father Mascall said "Mary is our mother and Mary is the . Church's ~other-thq Mother of the Church-as Pope Paul declared her to be." Father Mascall said Mariology no longer is the divisive factor among many Christians that it once seemed to be. He observed that there is a "remarkable" and growing devotion to Our Lady among those outside the Roman Catholic communion. He indicated that this is partly due to a "more scriptural approach" to Mary by Catholics, "without devaluating her." In efforts to achieve a sound, theological balance in Mariology, "it would be a pity if there' would be a decline in devotion to Our Lady," he said.

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Attleboro ST. JOSEPH $5GO Rev. Ubalde J. Deneault

$65 Doris Levasseur

$60 Margaret O'Neil

$40 Joseph DesVergnes



Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Mullins, Mr. & Mrs. Mark Mercier, Mr. & Mrs'. Leo Fonrouge, Mr. & Mrs. Edmond Rocheleau, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Parenteau . Lucien Paul, Mr. & Mrs. Henn Paradis, Mr. & Mrs. John Head, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Rose

$35 $30

PHARMACOLOGIST: Sister Elvera will become Dr. Elvera Abbatiello in June, and is believed to be the first nun to take a Ph.D degree in Pharmacology. She has been doin~ research work at Loyola University Stritch School of ~edicine, Chicago, on the behaVioral effects of sex steriods, principa~­ Iy the oral contrac~ptive agents. A native of Jamaica, -N.Y., she was received into the Third Order of St. Dominic, Congregation of the Holy Cross in 1950 and took her bachelor's degree at the Fordham University College of Pharmacy. NC Photo.

$50 James E. Kelley Roland V. Maloney James A. Murphy

$40 M. Arthur Foley Bernard D. Gamache

$35 John G. Walsh Laurence Duffany & Family

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$225 Mr. & Mrs.· Francis Sullivan

$100 Rev. Fulgence Gorczycz, OFM Conv. . . . Rev. Joaquim Dembeck,- OFM Conv.

$50 Andrew & Gizella Banas

$40 Jankowski Family



John & Irene Izdebski, Katarzyna Pifko, Chester & Adel~a Ponichtera, Anthony & Nellie Zerbonne,. Walter & Mary Szeliga. . Mr. & Mrs.' Arthur W. Martm SACRED HEART $40 Mr. & Mrs. Alfred L. Bouchard


$200 Rt. Rev. Armand J. Levasseur


$25 Cora Guilmet, Rita Powers, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Lamoureux, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Fournier, Mr. & Mrs. Normand Brassard, Bertha, Alice & Rita Gallant

Rev. Roger J. Levesque

$100 Rev. Arthur C. Levesque

$5G Mr. & Mrs. Adrien Desrosiers St. Vincent de Paul SocietySt. Anne's Conference Sodalities of St. Anne's Parish


$250 Rev. Bernard H. Unsworth

$150 Rev. Paul G. Connolly

$50 Anonymous

$40 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Baldiga

$30 . $25

Alice & Hazel Davis Mr. & Mrs. Roger Goyette, Mr. & Mrs. Rod Lussier, Mr. & Mrs. William C8;mara ST.THERJESA


$100 . Atty. & Mrs. H. Ernest Dionne

Florence Boisvert

$100 Therese Boisvert Eliza Boisvert

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Theotime Leblanc


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The Leblanc Family



Mr. & Mrs. Raoul LeBlanc

Mr. & Mrs. Leo Pelletier Mr. & Mrs. Normand Boutin


$25 Mr. & Mrs. Normand Mathieu, Mr. & Mrs. Aldege Cote, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Fredette, Mr. & Mrs. Gerard J. Richard.


M. Henri Pelletier Mrs. Angelina & Daughters


Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Methot, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sylvia, Mr. & M~st C~armeUll9 Mrs. Maurice Fortin, Yolande So then the year is repeating .Robitaille, Mrs. Jeanne Levesque. its' old story again. We are co~e , Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Rondeau, once more to its most charmmg In Memory of Alice Guilbert, Mr. chapter. -Goethe. & Mrs. Bernard Hudon, Mr. & Mrs. Alexandre Montminy, Mr. & Mrs. Antoine Bertrand Mrs. Louis Vaudry Sr., Mr. & . Mrs. Henri Leblance, Mr. & Mrs. Alphege Robitaille, Mr. & Mrs. R. L'Heureux


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Clarice Dwyer, Robert Romero, Robert W. Sharkey, Fred $25 Endler Jr., Francis Matthews Gerald Bouchard, Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Saunders, Henry Col- -Albana H. Collette, In Memory lins, John Precopio, Gertrude of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Tetreault McCue, Michael Croke Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Botelho, Paul Briggs, Richard Saliss?s, Gerald LaFrance, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dunn, Albert. O. Gm- Pierre Seguin, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur ST. KILIAN gras, Mr. & Mrs. Raoul A. Jette Trahan \ Mr. & Mrs. Albert L. Gallant, $75 . Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. LaPorte ST. MYACINTH Rev. William E. Farland Ernest J. & BelIa Beauregard, $200 $25 Mr. & Mrs.' Harold J. Rioux, Rev. Roland B. Boule Patricia Mello, St. Kilian's JIy1rs. Sara Hall, Arthur J. Barry $50 Couples Club, A Friend, A Mr. & Mrs. George McGee, St. Vincent de Paul Conference Eriend, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph MelIp, T. H. Schofield Co., Gerard of St. Hyacinth Parish Mr. & Mrs. Paul PelIetier Kentor, Robert Jacques Mr. & Mrs. Gaspard LafIeUl', Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Galipeau Mr. & Mrs. Wilfrid Rousseau

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Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Amaral, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Baptiste, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Frenette, Mr. & Mrs. Edward O'Rourke, Mary Ouimet Felipe Ramos, Frances Whelan, Mary E. Whelan, Margaret Cairns, Mr. & Mrs. James Delano & Steven John E. Foster, Robert Hayes, Mr. & Mrs. John C. Martin, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew O'Neil Helen Jarusik, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Palmer, John M. Quinn, Mr. & Mrs. George Sheehan, Mrs. Clara Sylvia

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Leo M. Worden Dorothy Baldwin . Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Barry A Friend The ConnelIy Family Mr. & Mrs. Francis Roach

Mr. & Mrs. James Rhilinger Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carvalho A Friend A Friend




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A Friend . Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Fon~ame The John T. Regan Family Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kirwin Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Smith

Mr & Mrs. John Stapleton Mr. & Mrs. Robert Pini A Friend A Friend


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Mr. & Mrs. James Coogan Rev. Wiliam P. Blottman

Mr. & Mrs. John Lynch; Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Boisvert, Mr. & Mrs. John Donley, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Smith, Irene F. Smith. Mr. & Mrs. John J. Murray, Mr. & Mrs: Edward Lavery, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Chabot, Mr. & Mrs. Dorily Sarazin, Margaret Roessler Mr. & Mrs. Francis McGinn, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Snell Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Hammond Gertrude & Alice Littlefield, -Edward O'Neill, Mrs. Edmund Welch Mr. & Mrs. John Collins, Mr. &' Mrs. Francis Considine. Rita Dunham, A Friend, A Friend.

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$250 Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Mahoney Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Jean Webster $175 Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Koczera $140 Rev. Arthur K. Wingate $125 Mr. & Mrs. John Dunn $100 In, Memory of Michael J. Harrington Dr. & Mrs. James Bolton Dr. & Mrs. William Walsh A Friend Mr. & Mrs. Perry CohoIan Mr. & Mrs. William Kearney Mr. & Mrs. James McHugh $75 Dr. & Mrs. Robert Durant Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Harrington, Jr. Rev. William F.' O'Connell $70 , Ruth B. & Hope F. McFadden $52 The Joseph A. Burke Family $50 ' Mr. & Mrs. Harold Carpe~ter The Doherty Family Mrs. Anne E. Hooper,' Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Finni Teresa, Ruth & John Harney Mr. Phillip J. Kane A Friend Mrs. Thomas Mahoney $40 Mr. & Mrs. Roy Mason Theresa Beehan Mr. & Mrs. Edward McIntyre . $35 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Phelan Mr. & Mrs. Willis Goodwin Mr. & Mrs. James Kearney Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Rezendes Mr. & Mr~. Edward Mitchell $33 "" A Friend· $30 Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Coutu Mr. & Mrs. Jos. Macfarlane Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Ryan Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Dumaine Mr. & Mrs. Walter Loveridge Mr. Francis McCarthy Mr. & Mrs. Frank Mahon $25 Anna M. Brady, A Friend, Me&. Thomas Foye, Mr. & Mrs. William Haroing, Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Harrington Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Hassey, Mr. & Mrs. Jack Hendricks, Mr. &' Mrs. William Kasper, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. A. Kirkwood , Mrs. Hazel McCrohan, Dr. & Mrs. John J. McGonigle, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Mattos,Helen F. Moore, Mrs. Bernard Murphy Elizabeth O'Brien, Helen O'Brien, In Memory of Mary T. O'Brien, William, J. O'Brien, Mr. . & Mrs. Gerald Rego, Mr. & Mrs. James Ryan . Mr. Francis Carney, Mr.. & Mrs. Peter Lemos, Mr. & Mrs. Dalpha Levallee, Mr. & Mrs. Edward G. McBride, Mrs., Allen Moriarty. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Parker, Mr. & Mrs. John F. Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. David Ban<;roft, Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Bonneau, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Cormier, Mr. & Mrs. James Cooney, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ford Mrs. Edward Galligan, Timothy Gleason, John Luley, Mr. & Mrs James Manning, The McCulloughs Mrs. Roland Mathieu, Clayton Russell, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Silveira, Mr & Mrs Robert Tweedie ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

$25 Aldo & Nancy Balestracci; St. Vincent de Paul'

HOLY NAME $100 Lillian T. Cole Mary A. Cole Rev. Henry T. Munroe Rev. Lucio B. Phillipino Mr. & Mrs. John Gibbons John D. Sheehan Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Teser $50 Marion Keane $40 Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore J. Giammalvo $36 Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Gunning $35 Mr. & Mrs. Lucien Beauregard $30 In Memory of Mary, Alice & Lillian Adams


$90 Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Nobrega $50 Mr. & Mrs. Victor Rebello Jr. A Friend $30 Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester Sylvia $25 Mr. & Mrs. Albertino Barros, Mr. & Mrs. William McCarthy, Mr. & Mrs. Euclido ~abral Mr. & Mrs. M. Jasinski, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Da Silva, Antone R. Gonsalves, Batalha Family


CAllS ON POPE: Galo Plaza, secretary general of the Organization of American States, announced he would consult with· Pope Paul VI, during a visit to Italy, on ways to apply the Pope's newly ~tablish­ ed $1 million Development of Peoples Fund in latin America. Plaza is a former president of Ecuador.NC Photo.



$300 Rt. Rev. John A. Silvia $250 Frank G. Silva Jr. $150 In Memory of Charles F. ~ar­ gas $125 Rev. Manuel P. 'Ferreira $100 In Memory of Manuel J. Soares $50 Mr. & Mrs. John A. Gracia Mr. & Mrs. Frank Martin Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Vera , A Friend (2) $40

Mrs. Omer Bellenoit' Mrs. Joseph Benac & Family $25 Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Cole, Mr. & Mrs. Guido Coucci, Mr. & Mrs. William Demsky, Mr. & Mr. Daniel Flanagan, Mrs. Patricia Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Livingstone Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Poulos, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Bancroft Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Derby, Julia & Joseph Foley, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Griffiths, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Hunt Mr. & Mrs. Ray Hurd, Mrs. Rose Jones, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Markey, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Mello & Thomas Mello, Helen Mc'Intyre. Mr. & Mrs. George E. Swansey Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Norris Walecka 17


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This column's happiest readers are the men, women and children who know they're needed. The days we're busiest helping others are the happiest days of our lives.••• Who needs you ,most? Surprisingly, God needs you - for in· stance, to help an abandoned orphan become a God·loving, responsible adult. Lepers need you (there are still. 15·million lepers in the world), blind children need you, and so do we" " •• Here in New York we are your agents, telling" you where the Holy Father says your help is needed, and channeling'your help promptly and safely to the people in need.... Want to feel ,good right now? Do without something you want but do not need, and send the money instead for one of the needs below. You'll feel good, especially if your gift is big enough to mean a sacrifice to you. This is your chance to do something meaningful for the world - it's God's world - while you're still alive. .

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o Only $8.50 gives our priests and Sisters in Shertallay, south India, enough Dapsone 'miracle' tablets for 43 lepers for a year!


D For only $2.50 a week ($10 a month, $120 a . year) you can make sure that anI abandone d baby has food, clothing, a blanket and love. We'll send you a photo of the baby you 'adopt', tell you something about 'him (or her), and ask the Sister·in·charge to' keep you informed.


D Your stringless gifts in any amount ($5,000, $1,000, $500, $100, $50, $25, $10, $5, $2) help the neediest wherever they are - in India and, the Holy Land, for. instance.


$300 Rev. Ernest Bessette '$100 ' , .Mr: '& 'Mr'~. William Belanger $50 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Charbonneau . Mr. & Mrs. Wilfrid Hotte Clement. Damicone & Family Mr.. & Mrs. Roger Lilchapell.e $30 Mr: & Mt's. Joseph Arsenault

$27 A Parishioner $25 Mr. & Mrs. Emile Beauregard, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Franklin Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Piml Frey, Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Guillotte, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Lawler Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Loranger, Mr., & Mrs. Austin Manning, Mr. & Mrs. Roger Ouimet, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Pereira, Mr. & Mrs. John Sardinha Mr. & Mrs. Clovis' Fecteau Mr. & Mrs. Peter Duff, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Parent, Dr. Augus-· tus .McKenna, Corella McKenna Mr. & Mrs. ,Emile Cormier, Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Langis, Mr. & Mrs. Lucien Poirier .


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$500 Mr. & Mrs. Larry Newman St. Francis Xavier Conference Society of St. Vincent de Paul

$200 Mrs. Thomas A. Haskell St. Vincent de Paul Society

$150 Rt. Rev. William D. Thomson

$100 Charles Riordon Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Martin Mr. & Mrs. James Hobert Dr. & Mrs. Francis O'Neil Doane Beal & Ames In Memory of John & Lillian Shea John O. Hart Esq. Guertin Bros. Jewelers St. Francis Xavier Parish Guild Hyannis Pharmacy Inc.

$75 Joseph H. Beecher, Esq.

$60 Mrs. Francis Morin E. Thomas Murphy

$50 Edward L. Bennett Mr. & Mrs. R. G. Benson Mr. & Mrs. Paul Bresnahan Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. DeLory Earl Fratus Bridget Gregg Mary M. Gregg Mr. & Mrs. Clark Hallissey Capt. & Mrs. Charles Harrington Mr. & Mrs. William Meagher Mr. ,& Mrs. David Stevens Mr. & Mrs. Harry Varnum R. B. Corcoran C. Irene Shea Mary Shea Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Coyle Jr. Mr .& Mrs. Richard Norman Mid-Cape Lions Club Sullivan's' Joseph J. Reardon $40 Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. McCarthy Mr. & Mrs. John Siefkin Mrs. Arthur Archer

$35 Mr. & Mrs. Irvin Morrissey Catherine D. Towey

$31 Mrs. Charles Swift

$30 Mr. & Mrs. 'William Cotter Mr. & Mrs. A. Dias Mr. & Mrs. Robert F'-inn Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Francisco Thomas M. Golden Mr. & Mrs. John Medeiros Mr. & Mrs. John Sances Mr. & Mrs. James Crawford Mr. & Mrs. George Silva Edward J. Souza

Mr. -, & Mrs'. James Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. Roger Paron, Mr. & Mrs: Raphael Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Wm. F. Pillion, Mr: & Mrs, Richard Powers, . Mrs. Manuel Reis, Mr. & Mrs. Adolphe O. Richards, Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Robichaud, Mr. & Mrs. Phillipe Roy, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ryan Mr. & Mrs. George Soutiere, Mr. & Mrs. Harry Sylvester, Mrs. Joseph Thomas, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Trocchi, Mr. & Mrs. Clifford White . Dragon-Lite Restaurant, Atty. Charles McGrath, Sears Roebuck & Co. Mr. & Mrs: Edmund Daly, Mary A. McGarry, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Hayes, Mr. & Mrs. Marshall J. Field ' Mrs. Joan Capitell, D. Clark, Mrs. Alfred Junior, Mr. & Mrs. John H. Lycett, Mr. & Mrs. Nor t mand Nault Agne,s O'Neil, Mr, & Mrs. Emerson Snow, Mrs. Philip A. Wiggin, Vincent D. O'Neil Ins. Agency, Veterino Brothers Inc. Kemp's of Hyannis '

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Meribah Stanton Mr. & Mrs. Paul Olenick Mr. & Mrs. Melvin E. Dolan $40 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Hazelton


Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Martin

$25 Mr. & Mrs. Roland Barabe, Mrs. Joseph Miskell, Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Wetherbee, Mr. & Mrs. Winthrop Lumbert, Mr. & Mrs. John J., 'Maloy. ' Mrs. William Hewins John J. Conley Atty. & Mrs. Edward Farrell Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Williams

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$400 Rev. Thomas F. Daley'

$300 J. 'R. Kilburn Glass Industries Inc..

$100 Mrs. Catherine Devlin Jhon F. Gomes

$50, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pires

$35 Mrs. Joseph Russell


Mr. & Mrs. Terrence Carney Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Vital Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Perry Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Bernier, Mr. $25 Mr. & Mrs. Rodney, Adams, ' & Mrs. Thomas Bryant Sr., Mr. & Marian Bennett, Mr. &' Mrs. E. Mrs. James Powers:- Beatrice ' Bonney, Mrs., Margaret Brooks, Paquette, Roland G. Paquette Mary Cronin, David Rocha Mrs. Henry Burns ' Harriet Butler, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. William Lynch. Joseph L. Cairns Jr., Salley A. Casey, Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. BlI'ewster Chase, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Coute OUR LADY OF THE CAPE Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth 'Daly, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Dumont, Paula Du$250 mont, Dr. & Mrs. James Dunne, Mrs. James J. Cosgrove, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dwyer . $200 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Fisher, Mr. La Salette Fathers & Mrs. William Fratus, Mr. & $120 Mrs. Emile Guertin, Mrs. GregMr. & Mrs. Philip J. Baroni ory Gureghian, Mr. & Mrs.. Har$40 old F. Ellis Dr. & Mrs. J. Edmund Bradley Philip Hallein, Mr. & Mrs. $30 John H. Hargrove, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Casey Patrick F. Kelly, Mr. & Mrs. $25 Thomas Keneally, Mr. & Mrs. 'Anthony 'McGowan, Helen John Keveny , Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Klimm, Mullen & Mary Nolan, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. George Lampert, Mr. Mrs. Alfred Baty, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hassett, Col. & Mrs. & Mrs. Thomas Loughlin, Mr. & Mrs.. WilliamE. Malone, .W. Dean Yount. Bernadine S. Adams, Mr. & MagUire Mrs. Theodore Ellis. Mr. & Mrs. John McConnell Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McManus: Mr. & Mrs. John Mitchell, Mar-' Adversity Result garet Mqran, Mr. & Mrs. WayAdversity makes a man wise, land P. Morse -Ray. not rich.



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C. Minihan, Mr. & Mrs. George Monte, Mr. & Mrs. Mark Mooney. Mary M: MoroneY., Mr. &: !V.!r~. CORPUS CHRISTI' \ ~ R. O'Callahan,' Mr. & Mrs. Paul $350 O'Connell, Mr. George Ortolani, Rev. William F. Morriss Mary Ortolani. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Osgood, $150 St. John's Conference, St. Vin- Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Parks, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Philbrick, Mr. Le-' cent DePaul Mr. & Mrs. George E. Towers on Pizzotti, Mr. & Mrs. William Mr. & Mrs. John R. Green- Parks. Mrs. Theresa Prete, Mr: & halgh Mrs. Edward Rondelli, The Shan$120 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Mannion ahan Family, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Shurtleff, Frances Silva. $100 Jean Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. John Mr. & Mrs. Donald Lonergen Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. James SutMr. & Mrs. John McDonald ton, Mr. & Mrs. Dante Tassinari, Mr. & Mrs. John B. Higby Mr. & Mrs. Louis T. MacAr-, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Thoma Mr. & Mrs. Edgar S. Tolmie, thur Mr. & Mrs. Tello Tontini, Mrs. $80 Harry Walker, Mr. & Mrs. ThomMr. & Mrs. John Phaneuf as Wood, Mrs. Donald L. Work. $75 Mr. & Mrs. Fred Comings, JoMr. & Mrs. Robert Ellis seph J. Crespi. $50 Lawrence Cleare, Mrs. Irene Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Bazzinotti Christian, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Mr. & Mrs. Herbert A. Hamlen Collins, 'Mrs. Edith ChamQerMr. E. F. Hohmann lin, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Broyer. Anonymous Mr & Mrs. Bernard Downing, MacDonald's Hardware Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Accardi, Mr. Mr. Norman McEnaney & Mrs. Paul Abromanage, Mr. H. Sprague Spooner & Mrs. Angelo J. Dimodica, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. John Wilson & Mrs. Leo Diotalevi. Mr. & Mrs. Urban Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Fred Dunbury, Mr. & Mrs. George Murray Grace Felman, Mr. & Mrs. Peter Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Morin Fernandes, Sr., Mr. & Mrs. RichLt. (Ret.) & Mrs. Walter G. ard Hopwood, Mr. John McHugh., McCone ' Martha Hurley, Mr~ & Mrs. G. Mr. & Mrs. Earl MacDonald Stanley Johnson, Mr. & ,Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Martin Lawless Kilmer Joyce,' Paul G. Judge, Mr. & Mrs. Peter Becker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kennedy. $40 Katherine Maley, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. George Fernandes Charles McCann, Jr., Mrs. Louise· $35 Morgan, Mr. Paul Nugent, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Caron Mrs. O'Connor. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Doucette Mr. & Mrs.. Joseph B. ReynMr. & Mrs. Fred O. Earle olds, Mr. & Mrs. Dante Sorenti, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Jacinto Mr. & Mrs. Charles Sturgis, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. William Tyback & Mrs. Joseph Whalen, Mr.' '& Mrs. Charles G. Whitmore Mrs. William Ward. . Mr. & Mrs. Newell Percy

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$30 Mr. & Mrs. John Bulla Mr. & Mrs. Hovel Chapin Mr. & Mrs. Bernard DiPietro Mr. Francis Mackedon' Mrs. James Mahoney Mr & Mrs William Marganella Mr. & Mrs. Michael McNamara Mr. & Mrs. George Mooney Mr. & Mrs. William O'Connell Mrs. Charles Russell Mr. & Mrs. Henry Francis Werner Corpus Christi Parish Guild Mr. & Mrs. Edward Sawyer

$27 Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Lucier

$26 Mr. & Mrs. Roland DeConto $25 Mr. & Mrs. Walter Alvezi, Arnold's Package Store, Mr. Lawrence Balboni, Mrs. James Barber, Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Bettley. Mrs. Katherine Brady, Mrs. Anna Britto, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cahoon, Mary Carafoli, Mr. & Mrs. John Clinton. Yankee Clipper, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cornick, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Currier, Mr. & Mrs. William Daley, Mr. & Mrs. Winthrop Davis. Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah Donavon, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dunlavey, Mr. & Mrs. James Earle, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Enos, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Flanagan. . Mr. & Mrs. Earl Flinker, Mr. & Mrs. Milton Geltz, Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Justin George, Mr. & Mrs. John Gillis, Mrs. Albert J. Govoni. Mr. & Mrs. Amedio Gonella, Mr. & Mrs. James Hamlen, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Harkins, Mr. Ellsworth A. Hawkes, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Kelly. Mr. & Mrs. F. Kohn, Mr. & Mrs. R. Latimer, Mr. & Mrs. A. J. MacQuade, Rose Maley, Mr. & Mrs. John McArdle. Mrs. Nan McCann, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald McGreavy, Mr. & Mrs. Charles McHugh, Virginia McLaughlin, Mr. & Mrs. Paul McMahon. Mr. & Mrs. J. Militello, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Milliken, Mr. & Mrs.

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$200 Rev. John G. Carroll

$125 Rev. Francis L. Mahoney

$nOO St. Margaret Conference-St. Vincent de Paul Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fugere

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Cenftl[)'vi ~ ~e OUR LADY OlF VKCTORY

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A~RlCAN CARDINAL: Joseph Cardinal Malula of Kinshasa, the Congo, receives his biglietto, or ticket, a papal document notifying him of his elevation to the College of Cardinals. He .received his notification at the Urban College of the Propaganda Fide in Rome. NC Photo.

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PII"~SS Symposium DAYTON (NC)-Twenty Catholic bishops and 20 Catholic editors will participate in a Catholic press symposium, July 9 to II, at the Bergamo Center here, co-sponsored by the center and the Catholic Press Association and endorsed by the U. S. Catholic Conference's communications department.,



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WASHINGTON (NC)-Daniel L. McCormick of New Haven,

Conn., president of the National . Council of Catholic Men, has sent a telegram to President Nixon welcoming the news 'of his legislative program to combat pornography, congratulating him on taking the lead' in this "long-neglected area," and affirming NCCM's "vigorous support of this vitally important legislation." ' "Specifically, we intend to' give widest possible distribution to your proposals among our membership, and to stimulate them to actively participate with, you in moving towards an early enactment of those proposals," the telegram said. McCormick expressed the wish that all Catholics contact their Congressmen voicing support of the president's program. An interfaith· g'i'oup, New York-based, Morality in Media, also sent a telegram to President Nixon commending him for his stand on' obscene material and youth. "We are behind you, and feel' the country will now be on_the way .to solution of this grave problem," said the telegram signed by Rabbi Julius Neumann, Father Morton Hill, S.J., the Rev. Robert Wiltenburg, and Father Constantine Volaitis.





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Senate of Diocesan Priests Discuss Personnel Boa rd At the May meeting of the Senate of Priests the following topics were subjects of discus·sion. Msgr. John Boyd detailed his committee's recommendations for a Pension and Retirement Plan for the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese. The Senate approved the recommendations of his committee. His report is to be sent to the Bishop within a week for his consideration. The Senate also unanimously passed a resolution establishing a Standing Committee of the Senate, which would conduct an actuarial review of the Plan every year. Fr. John Foister presented to the Senate a six-page draft of recommendations from the Special Senate Commission To Study the Establishment and Functioning of a Diocesan Personnel Board. The following recommendations were passed by the Senate: 1) That the present Personnel Board be dissolved. 2) That a new Personnel Board be formed composed of a total of five members. 3) That these five members be chosen by an at-large election from a list of nominees that has also been obtained from the priests at-large - and that the Bishop designate one of the five Board members as chairman. 4) That prospective or nominated members be first given the opportunity to a.ccept or to decline the nomination before election. 5) That the term of office for the members of the Board be two years. And that there be instituted a rotating system which would be totally operative every two years, but which would begin the following way: three memers would be elected for three years-and two members would be elected for two yearsmembers would be eligible for re-election. 6) That the Board discuss with the Bishop possible changes based upon its studies, examinations, surveys, etc. 7) That the Bishop discuss with the Board changes of priests that he is contemplating. 8) That the Board discuss with the Bishop changes suggested or asked for by individual priests and grievances or local copditions pointed out to it. 9) That a survey by a profes-


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sional agency be undertaken throughout the Diocese and if this cannot be done, that it be undertaken by the Board as soon as possible. 10) That the Board meet at least once every three months and/or whenever special occasions arise with the Bishop to discuss matters which will occupy his or their attention. 11) That upon its formation the Board draw up a clear procedural policy in consultation with the Bishop and make this known to all priests. 12) That an individual priest about to be changed or given some assignment be always consulted and advised before any serious consideration is made. Fr. James McCarthy reported . on the status of his committee's study on temporalities in the Diocese. On the Diocesan level he plans to study the possibility of a statement of income and expenditures which might be published periodically and might prove beneficial to the people of the Diocese as a whole. On the parish level his committee plans to study the possibility of having Parish Annual Reports reviewed in detail by auditors and discussed by Parish Councils. A questionnaire on these and allied topics will be sent out to all the priests. Fr. Paul Canuel reported on the plans thus far initiated by the Committee on· Priestly Renewal. He mentioned that Fr. John Thomas, a Jesuit Sociologist from Harvard will conduct two days of Study for the Clergy in late October. His talks and workshops will center on structural and theological changes in the Church and problems in 20th century family living. The Senate was informed that the Clergy of the Diocese will soon be receiving ballots in the mail, so that they can vote their . mind on the Senate's continued membership in the National Federation of Priests' Councils. The President of the NFPC, Fr. Patrick O'Malley from Chicago, spoke to some 60 priests at Connolly High School this past Thursday (May 8). His talk was geared to an overview of the goals and services of the NFPC. The Senate, normally scheduled to close its deliberations in May, voted to have another meeting June 13.

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$100 Mr. & Mrs. Milton R. Silva $50 Holy Name Society St. Vincent de Paul Society $:JO . Mrs. Alice Arruda Mr. & Mrs. Antone Feno Mr. & Mrs. Jay O'Neil $25 Mr. & Mr& Joseph Gagnon, Leo J. Schumacher, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Sousa, Clorinda A. Ventura ST. PATRICK

$400 Rev. James F. McDermott $100 Mrs. David M. Kilroy $50 Doris LaFrance $30 . Dr. Thomas Clark Mrs. Vincent R. Dorsey Mrs. Helen McGann $25 Mr. & Mrs. James F. Darcy Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Bartek Mr. & Mrs. Douglas E. Chapman

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DISTRICT 40 OF SERRA MEETS: Among the principals at the Spring Conference of District 40 of Serra International were: Gil~ert J. Costa of New Bedford, district governor; Bishop Connolly, Very Rev. W. Seavey Joyce, S.J. president of Boston College, principal speaker; John J. Carty of Attleboro; Bishop Gerrard.





$100 Mr. & Mrs. William J. Gibney St. Thomas More Conference, St. Vincent de Paul Society :;;50 Mr. & Mrs. Roger W. Fortier Atty. & ,Mrs. James W. Killoran $30 Mr. & Mrs. Terrance J. Lomax St. Thomas More Women's Guild . $25 Dr. & Mrs. Donald Peters, Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Welch, Mr. & Mrs. William F. Croke, Mr. & Mrs. James Mullins


$25 Mrs. Edward F. Kret ST. DOIVUNIC $100 Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Doyle St. Vincent de Paul $50 Harold Sheehan $35 Mr. & Mrs. John Fitzgerald $30 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Perry $25 Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Courville, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Vaudreuil, Leroy F. Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Ferreira, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Travers . St. Dominic's Women Guild, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Carey. ST. LOUIS OF FRANCE

$75 St. Louis de France Conference St. Vincent de Paul Society $50 Sodality of St. Anne Holy Name Society Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Lincourt $28 Mr. & Mrs. Albert Michaud $25 ,Mr. & Mrs. Henri Fortier

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$85 Thomas J. Fleming

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, $45 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Sullivan $40 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Doyle

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$27.77 Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Mellen

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$25 Mrs. Catherine Brahy, Leo Burns, Teresa Hetu, Raymond Lafleur, Lomer Lapointe Florence Lynch, Eileen McNally, Mr. & Mrs. Fred J. McNally, Charles Sicard, Mrs. Clarence P. Sullivan ' 'James'McManus, John G. Bur- ' gess, George Charbonneau, Rosemary Dussault & Mrs. Joseph Watson, Joseph Francoeur George Gaspar, Louise Gaspar, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Lafleur, Henry Lajeunesse, Roger Rioux Jane H. Sullivan, Mrs. Wright Turner, Mrs. Clara Whitehead, Margaret L. Dugan, Knights of the Altar ' ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL

$200 Margaret M. Lahey

$120 Leo O'Brien

$100 St. Mary's Cathedral Guild St. Mary's Conference - St. Vincent de Paul .

$50 Rose Dowling Ernest Kilroy St. Mary's Cathedral Altar & Rosary Society

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Destiny of Prudent


Often the prudent, far from making their destinies, succumb ,to them; it is destiny which makes them prudent. -Voltaire.

PARISH CHAMPS: Named outstanding in various categories of CYO competition in Sacred Heart parish, Fall River, are, from left, Ronald Petit, Doniel Augustinho, Paul Hamel,. James Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Marcoux, Mr. 8i Mrs. Charles Franco &' $300 Family, Mary C. Casey, Mr. & In Memory of Charles E. & I Mrs. Albert Roy Jr., Andrew Margaret E. Bonner Duffy $250 James H. Martin, Mr. & Mrs. Attorney Harold E. Clarkin. Will1am . Aylward, Raymond Mr. & Mrs. George Bolger Beausoleil, Mr. & Mrs. Matthew $200 Sullivan,Mr. Walker Warrener Dr: & Mrs. Harry Powers & Family , $150 The Byrne Family, Katherine Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Golden A. Harrington, Mr. & Mrs. Dr. & Mrs. John Delaney George Flanagan, The Walch $125 Family, Mr. & Mrs. Jose Silva Dr. & Mrs. Paul Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Geary, Mr. & Mrs. James F. Duffy Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Reinerio, $100 , R. M. Custy, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur In Memory of George P. Hur- Messier, Mr. & Mrs; James Sul• livan ley , Dr. & Mrs. James Sullivan Mr. &. Mrs. William Kaylor, Mrs. William Connelly Mr. & Mrs. John C. Hart, Abbie Mrs. John Corrigan A. & Rita Sullivan; Mr. & Mrs. Dr. & Mrs.. John Carvalho Charles Whalen, Mr. & Mrs. ,Anne Marie Higgi~s Henry ,Dussault, ',,' . ,, __ Mrs. Michael Regan Mr.' '8i Mrs. Timothy J. Mur, Mrs. Andre P. Nasser phy, Mr. & Mrs. 'John J. Sulli$60 van, Claire Mullins, Mrs. James, Mr. & Mrs. Gustave Mattos E. Mullins Dr. & Mrs. Roger In Memory of John & Mar- Pasim'io ' garet McDermott Ronald Mello, Mr. & Mrs. $50 "William Cleare. . In Memory of Thomas S. ColMr. & Mrs. Roland Gagnon, lins Gertrude Hurley, Vincent FitzMr. & Mrs. Henry F. Shea gerald, Mrs. Francis Sullivan, Mr. &. Mrs. John J. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Mahoney Mrs. Anthony Keramis Mrs. James A. Heaney, Mr. In Memory -()f Gertrude B. & Mrs, John E. Cruger, KatherMadden ' ine M. Drogue, Mr. & Mrs. MiMr. & Mrs. Thomas McGuire' chael Fitzgerald,' Edward P. Eileen Higgins Grace & Family , Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Nagle Mr. & Mrs. Thomas O'Donnell, $40 Mr. & Mrs. William Henry, Mr. Mrs. George Rioux & Mrs. John F. McMaho~, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. John Harding & Mrs. William Angelini, Bene$45 \ vides Family Mr. & Mrs.' Romeo McCallum Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Salois, $40 Honor Toohey Elinor & Alice Lenaghan Lawrence Henry SS. PETER AND PAUL Mr. & ,Mrs. Joseph Pinsonneault $100 $35 Rev. John F. Andrews Mary Hart St. Vincent de Paul Society Mr. & Mrs. Frank Plichta Women's Club Lillian Hart $50 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hodkinson Mr. & Mrs. J. Edward Glynn Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Fortin John Tyrrell , $40 $30 Mr. & Mrs. George Duffy & Mrs. Margaret Rodrigues Patricia ' , $35 Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Downs Helen M. & William J. Lowney Margaret H. Powers $30 Marion & Daniel Foley Mrs. Helen Burke Mr. & Mrs. Charles Leonard Charles J. Burke Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Lorenzo Savard $27 Mr. & Mrs. John Gallagher Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Foley Mr. & Mrs. Howard Melker $25 $28 Charles Dumais, Peter Garity, Mr. & Mrs. James R. Medeiros Mr.·& Mrs. William Hickey, Ed$27 war'd Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. NichMrs. Michael Hanley olas Tyrrell, Mr. & Mrs. Edward $26 Tyrrell Madeline Casey 'Mrs. Jose'ph Lawlor, Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Lynch, Mrs James , $25 Mr. & Mrs.' Fred B. Zebrasky, E. Rogers & James E. Rogers Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Leonard; Mr. ST. ROCH & Mrs. Fred Czerwonka, Attorney Cecelia N. Welch, Mr: &. $25 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Giroux Mrs. Frank H. Kingsley

Rev. Ronald A. Tosti, moderator; Norman, Bazinet, louisa Mesquita, Collerie Caswell, Fran O'Shaughnessey, Anne Johnson, Donna Rapoza.' , ST. LOUIS





Rev. Raymond M. Drouin O.P. Dominican Fathers


Joseph T. Conroy

$35 Timothy McCarthy


Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Ross


Gertrude O'Neil

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Beaulieu & Family

$35 Bernard H. Paquette .Mr. & Mrs. George Ledoux



Adelard Gauthier, Mr. Mrs. Paul Hamel, Mr. & Mrs. Edward 'Nowak, Mr. & Mrs. Rene J. Hebert Donald C. Auger, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Sorel.

$25 Alice Bailey, Mr. & Mrs. ,Man- , uel Cordeiro, Jr., Ella Hanrahan, Margaret Kehoe, Mr. & Mrs. William P. Lynch. Susan McMahon.


$50 LeComte's Dairy

$35 In Memory Dr. Eugene J. Dionne-by his wife & children




Rev. Laureano C. dos Reis

Ruger Dufour Pianos & Or,. •• , I ., gans., ,


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Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Camara Jr.

$25 Mr. & Mrs: Antone & Gloria Cabral, Mrs. Sofia Pacheco & Daughters ST. JOSEPH

$300, Rt. Rev. George E. Sullivan

$60 Mr. & Mrs. Nestor G. Silva

$50 '

The Dwyer Family The McArdly Family Harry, Sears Excavating Co. Mrs. William F. Hurll

$35 Joseph Cayton

$25 Mary Cullen" John Lynch





$200 Rev. Luciano J. Pereira

$150 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Roderick

$50 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Carvalho

$30 Mary T. Carvalho

$25 Mr. & Mrs. John Camara, Mr. & Mrs. Tobias M. Furtado, Mr. Manuei Silvia. BLESSED SACRAMENT

$150 Rev. Herve Jalbert

36 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hamel

$25 A. W. Root Beer, Boy


$150 Rev. Manuel M .Resendes



Mr~ & Mrs. Manuel Mello Manuel Freitas



Troop 20, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Langlais, Mr. & Mrs. Louise Ste. Marie, A Friend

Bern to Succeed Men are born to succeed--not to fail. -Thoreau.

Mr. & ·'Mrs. Guilherme Arruda

$30 A Friend


$25 , Our Lady of Health Women's Guild, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Almeida, 'Mr. & Mrs. August Santos Jr., Mrs. Mary Ferreira, Mr. & Mrs. Francisco C. Silvia Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sousa St. Vincent de Paul


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THE ANCHOR--Diocese of Fall River-Thurs. May 15, 1969

Doug Griswold and Genl Goulet


Playing Key Roles at Harvard




Nortoli High Coach


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Daylight Separates Leaders In Four Diamond Leagues It's an old baseball adage that the team ahead in July is tough to catch in September but, in schoolboy circles, particularly this season, the club ahead at the half-way mark better not look back. No area baseball aggregation is currently in a commandWith only two weeks remaining position in any of the ing in the schoolboy campaign four leagues which operate every contest is a crucial one for within the confines of dio- the contenders. Ordinarily, there cesan limits. In fact, only one game separates the leader in each loop from the second place club. In the Capeway Conference, defending champion DennisYarmouth holds the edge over. Barnstable. Durfee High of Fall River is leading New Bedford in the Bristol County circuit. Somerset is trying to retain its title in the Narragansett loop but Westport is making a strong bid to win its first in many years. Back on Cape Cod, Provincetown has a one-half game bulge over Harwich.

would be a few "breathers" but the so-called non-contenders have been damaging the ego and pennant aspirations of the favorites this Spring. Balance has been the key to Dennis-Yarmouth's success in the Capeway circuit. Coach Chuck Liberty's nine has the habit of executing the "big play" when it is needed. But, in spite of the Green Dolphins' steady performance, they cannot afford to let down if they hope to gain another berth in the Eastern Mas sac h u s et t. s' championship tournament. The bid automatically goes to the champion of the Class C league.

P -Town Leads Cape and Islands Pack Third-place Dartmouth is faced with a must situation this afternoon when it hosts the Regionals in the league's key game. A Dennis-Yarmouth victory will all but mathematically eliminate the Indians who presently trail the front-runner by two games. While the larger Cape schools are engaged in their nip-andtuck race, Cape and Vineyara clubs are trying to resolve their four-team tussle in order to produce a league champion and a worthy opponent for the Conference in first round play of the State elimination compe'tition. At this writing, Provincetown's 2-0 record is the league's best. Nauset Regional and Harwich are in second place with 2-1 marks and Martha's Vineyard next with a I-I record. Although the campaign is still in its early

stage, Sandwich, 1-2 and Chatham, 0-3, appear to be out of the running. Just when New Bedford High appeared ready to completely dominate play in the Class A Bristol County circuit along came its old nemesis, Vocational. Coach Bill Norton's' Trade is supposed to be one of the "breathers" in the senior circuit, but the Artisans have never looked at it quite that way. In the past, New Bedford Vocational never really found itself in contention but always played the role of the spoiler. This season, however, the Green and White is continuing to influence the league standings and, at the same time, is fighting perennial contender Durfee and newcomer New Bedford for championship honors.

Harwich's Ziegler Excels Sporting an unblemished league record last week, Coach John Pacheco's New Bedford High fell victim to' Vocational and then Durfee. With only five contests remaining, the three are battling primarily for league laurels and secondarily for the two berths in the championship tourney. The situation is different but the result the same in the Narry flag chase. Westport, like New Bedford, would like to forget last weekat least, in part. Coach Ed Bibeau's Villagers, enjoying one of their finest seasons ever, battled their way into a first-place tie with Somerset by defeating Coach Jim Sullivan's Raiders, spoiling the Blue and White's

Least Exertion The fundamental principle of human action"" 0:0 is that men seek to gratify their desires with the least exertion. -George.



chance for a perfect campaign. Then, on Saturday last, Old Rochester Regional of Mattapoisett upset the pennant hopefuls. A Somerset victory thrust the Raiders . back into undisputed possession of first place. Since the two do not meet again this season, Westport will have to rely on the other league clubs to do what they hoped to do by themselves. On Cape Cod a young lad by the name of Cyd Ziegler is making a name for himself and, at the same time, leading his Harwich track team to a Cape and Vineyard title. This fine young athlete, who performs in three events in each meet does well in all. He runs the 100-yard dash and participates in the broad and high jumps. The latter is his specialty. Last 'week Cyd leaped 6'6 y:!" to set a new league record. Next step the State Meet and more recordshopefully.

Plymouth and Fall River Schol al"ship Winners By Luke Sims

Douglas Scott Griswold and Gerard Romeo Goulet are playing key roles in the current Harvard University athletic program. Griswold, a sophomore from Plymouth, is a member of the Crimson's track team and is listed as a shot putter and hammer heaver. Goulet, a senior from Fall River, is a starboard oarsman on the varsity lightweight crew. Griswold was a three-sport star athlete at Plymouth-Carver High School earning letters in basketball, football and track. The latter was his specialty as Doug won - the Old Colony League and State titles in the shot put during an outstanding senior year. As a freshman on the Charles River campus, Griswold had the second best 35-weight throw on the Yardling squad (49-10y:!) and the third best shot put (47-5%) during the indoor season. Outdoors, a year ago, he had the second best hammer toss (153-4y:!) and shot (47-5%) throws for the freshmen as well as the third best discus throw (137-6y:!). This past Winter his 35-pound toss of 53路91,4 was good for fourth place in the Greater Bostons. Griswold is 6-5 and weighs 235 pounds. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Griswold, 365 Sandwich Street and is the oldest of three Griswold children.


$500 Rt. Rev. Alfred J. Bonneau $lOO Rev. Bernard Lavoie $75 Rev. J. Adrien Bernier Rev. Robert W. Dowling $50 Dr. & Mrs. William Boudreau Dr. Adelard A. Demers Ferdinand Francoeur $40 Anne-Marie Masse Family Armand Dallaire $35 Raymond Gibeau Robert Phenix . $31 Attorney Roland Desmarais $30 Eugene Heon Albert Parent Helena Chace $25 George A. Benoit, Gerard Ber路 ger, Bertrand Boulay, Charles Emile Chretien, Conrad Desmarais Octave O. Desmarais, Blanche Donaldson, Misses M. & J. Dupuis, Roger Fournier, Mr. & Mrs. Milton D. Fuller Charles Larrivee, Orner Levesque, Romeo Levesque, Armand Lussier, Mathilda Lussier Family Diana Marchand Family, Laetitia Petit, Wilfrid Poirier Annette Frascatore Lucien Roy



His sister Susan is a high school junior while sister Nancy is an eighth grade student in the Plymouth elementary school system. In addition to the three aforementioned sports, Doug enjoys tennis, water skiing and snow skiing and hopes to go into the teaching profession upon his graduation two years from now. Unlike Griswold, Goulet doesn't boast a high school athletic background. During his Jour years at Prevost High School, Doug stuck to the books, limiting his athletics to CYO baseball in the Summer. How then did he become interested in, of all things, crew? Gerry's explanation is a lengthy one.

"When I got to school (Harvard) I decided I wanted to play some kind of sport as I had been injured during most of my high school years. The only sport which offered a fairly decent chance to people without previous experience was crew and it had a category for my weight class. "The year 1965 ha1t been the year of the famous Harvard crew when Harry Pacher first gained my attention and the publicity given to the sport made it sound pretty good. "I enjoyed the change of pace and the practice throughout the year offered an excellent way of structuring my schedule. In other words, there were very few times when I could say I had nothing to do." During his sophomore and junior years he rowed on the light weight junior varsity crew but las year's competition time was limited due to an injury. Goulet is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goulet, 1902 South Main Street and is' a member of Blessed Sacrament Parish. He is one of two Goulet children (his younger brother Ronald is a junior at Prevost) and will enter the Naval Supply School in June. After a four-year hitch in service, Gerry plans to return to school to study for a combined law and business degree. Goulet enjoys all sports, and is a coin and stamp collector as well. Both boys received scholarships - Goulet a Naval ROTC Regular scholarship and Griswold, a Harvard regular and club scholarship.

Fall River HOLY CROSS $200 Franciscan Fathers, OFM, Conv $50 Holy Rosary Sodality $30 Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Canuel $25 . Third Order of St. Francis, Holy Cross Senior Choir, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ciosek, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dzialo, Mr. & Mrs. Ted Krupa Mr. & Mrs. Stanley W. Nowak John Pietruszka Family, Celia & Helen Plichta, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph' F. Rebello, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Witengier Holy Cross Men's Club, Richard O'Brien, Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Szulewski, St. Vincent de Paul -Holy Cross Conference


$100 Council of Catholic Women $75 Holy Rosary Sodality




$250 Rt. Rev.' Lester L. Hull $100 Rev. Ronald A. Tosti The Grace Family Adelaide C. Trainor Elizabeth M. Trainor In Memory of Patrick J. Fleming Walter Furman _ In Memory of William & Dorothy Mitchell, James L. Mitchell & Bartholomew Mitchell $70 Frances C. Shaughnessy $50 ' Milldred Audet & Family Mr. & Mrs. John J. Harington Mary Louise O'Sullivan Patrick Callahan $40 James W. Steele In Memory of Francis C. (Happy) Dolan $35 ' . Mr. & Mrs. Leopold J. Giroux 'Richard E.'Hennessey & Family George Sullivan $30 Catherine I. Trainor 'Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Bliffins Frances M. Cummings Mary C. Cummings , Gerald I. & Mildred G. Harrington , " , , Mr. & Mrs. Williarp. J. Heaney &. In, Memory of: James A. Heaney' ' Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Mitchell $25 Dr. Edward Steinhoff,' John T. O'Neill, Mrs. Gordon Schofield, Catherine O'Neill, Robert Carey " David' J. Creamer, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Nedderman, William Black, Cecilia M. Doran & Mrs. Teresa Molt, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Burke Fagan's Tru-Seal Window Co., The Coughlin Family, Doris Sullivan, Madeline I. Riley, Florence M. Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Willard Piper, Ruth Brown, Margaret F. Lowney, John F. Hallisey, T. Arthur McCann. Mr. & Mrs. James R. Mitchell, , Mr. & Mrs. Eddy Kaufman, Charles Morris, Frederick J. Harrington.

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Yo'u can also takeout your appendix, fill your te.eth and practice brain路 surgery on the kids..



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$100 Mr. & Mrs. Walter Burns Jr. $50 In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. George V. Broderick Mr. ,& Mr:s. Daniel Scully Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Cabucjo $40 Joseph M. Morrison $35 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Haponik Mr. -& Mrs. 'William Rys $25 Rodney S. DeCecco, James & Elizabeth McCann, Mr. & Mrs. Julius Rackowski & Family, Mr. & Mrs. George Biltcliffe, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Moss In Memory of James E. & Mary A. McKeon, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Callahan, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Mannion, Mr. & Mrs. John Morgan Jr. Rico DeNadal, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Silvia, Edward Healey: Mr. & Mrs. John Marshall, James Clegg & family Mr. & Mrs. John Bevilacqua, Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Connors, Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Leary, Patricia Leary, Mr & Mrs Raymond Suart In memory of John W. Maguire Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Cartin, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Dufresne, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kuszay, Mr. & Mrs Robert Regan Mrs. Gertrude 路Lomas, Mrs. lillian Cabucio, Mr.' & Mrs. Raymond Thibault, Mrs. Alton W. King, Mr. & Mrs. Clovis Saucier

All are equally hazardous, in different ways. . And equally senseless.


As Bankers, 'we come in contact with a I~t of attorneys, and to say, that we admire the legal profession is putting it mildly. Lord knows wJ1ere we'd be without lawyers. So when the author of a popular book about probate courts suggests that the reader draw his own will, using stock forms from the book, we feel . impelled to ,speak ,out. " . This makes about as much sense , as' a do-it-yourself gall bladder removal kit. ,

No two faniily, situations are exactly alike. And no stock form for homemade wills is going to' help anybody. ,




Except maybe the author of the book. If. you' need a will, see an attorney. (And if you need a banker, see us.)

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