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, iii an unprecedented surge of post Appeal returns, the Catholic Charities· Appeal reached a total of $463,327.00 this morning. ·Headqu'arters stressed, that this historic l1igh is an incomple'te total. Inclusion' of Headquarters Special Gift totals and an incom- ' , plete tabulation of pledges helped to establish, the' current figure•. Appeal Head<iuarters has been deluged for the past' ' ' , few days by stistairted increases in parish returns and . Special GiftS. The staff at Headquarters announced that releases arid reports are behind previous schedules because of much larger publicity lists distributed to newspapers throughout the Diocese. The great increase that is presently growing' has resulted from intensive, dedicated parish' and Special Gift committeemen's An Anchor of the Soul, Sure and Firm-ST. 'PAUL wo~k. .Parishes are showing large increases. 'The popularity of ten dollar' don.ations has River, brought about more than a 10% 110.. 'Seeond CI.... M.i1 PriTileR" .' PRICE lOe increase. in this category of , o. , ..... 0. Auth~rlEed .t· Fal} Ri.e~, Ma.... $4.00 pe! Y_r giving alone. Many parishes have -:....-------'---c--'-:-..;.-----=-----------::~--doubled their previous highs' and ,

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Appeal books and tabulations will 'officially close on 'May 25th. ~ Solicitors should make all reo . . turns, parish and Special Gifts Catholics in the United States.f....including families of before that'date. the defense forces and diplomatic services at. home ai1d 'St. Lawrence Parish of New abroad-now number 39,505,475. , . Bedford, leads the parish list of . -'l'his figure is contained. in the 1959 Official Catholic" contributors. Following in order , Directory. 'The new' total: ~ . Brooklyn ' continues, as . ih~ : .are: ','. '. ,', ' . , represents an increase .over 'largest d~ocese; with 'a- Ciltholic. , ,~~: L~wrence, New Bedford. ,GOLD MEDAL WINNER: William 'Sylvia, son Mr. last year of 3,481,498, which . ~opulation of 1,473,t80: othe~s " " I' .$15:064.40 ~~d Mrs~ William Sylvia of 486 Hope Street, Fall RiVer, has i'flcludes two million .report- in ex~ess of QOO,Ooo· a.reP~~ts~ '~o y Name, Fall ~l'~"er. - .' . gained national prominence by winning the Boys; Division' of "t!d for, 'the 'first time by the' ,bu~gh ,8,~~,446" Buffalo· 847,5,5~" " ~" ,. ' , , , . ' ._~~;2~1.00~lle Good Writers CIubcontest; His t~.ache:r, Sister Mary' . 'Military Ordinar~ateas'the ~~~ ~,~ a n ~i9t72p~~~~:~I~: ' St. James~ New ~edf?td~2 229 75 ~ichella, R.S.M., of the Cathedral parish school, congratu•. , number of Catholics under the, , - ' ,'" '. -.' " " , . ' .' ' '. 'lates the champion jurisdiction' of Francis Cardinal' 507,238 and Corpus Chrl!ltI - St. lVfllry, Tllunton , 10,379.15.' , • Spellman, Military Vicar: 504,21.9. , , S a c r e d Heart, Fall River e . ,There are now 37,2.85,975 WhIle four dIOceses reported 11,602.75 . . Caih~lics in the ~8 cont!nel)tal no, cha.nges in the~r' Cathqlic St.· John, Attleboro 9,894.50 " " . " slates and 219 500 10 Ala~ka and populatIOns and nme reflect St 'F . X' ". , . " , . "h ., t t'1a,a I d' . cancls aVler , Hyanms Hawaii. The ,new .total represhg t decreases, su b san sents a 10-year increas~. ,ofvances have been .reported b y , 9,760.25 , ' n,787,132, or 47.8 per cent 'Over . 127. Sees.,. The lar~e~t increas~s St. Mary, North Attleboro " . ' . . ~ the '26,718,343 in 1949. . . have been noted, m DetrOIt, . ,9,108,00 By Avis C. Roberts .-..... There a~e now 26 archd~.oceses ' 88,761 and ,Buffalo, 88,760. ' Holy Name, Ne\V Bedford , . : M r s . John J. MUlla~ey St. John the Evangeli~ip~rish ill the United States, with, a The 1959 ~irectory lists 224, 8;465.90 in Attleboro is the new president of the DiOcesan Council Oatholic ,population of 17,341,117. members of the hierarchY1 in-, Irrimaculate ConceptIon, , o,f Catholic Women which has, been urged ,during the c.oml'ng The number of dioceses, includ- eluding four' cardinals ,33 archNorth Easton , . 8;166.50 ing VicariateApo~tolic of Alas- . bishops-two more' than ,last "~~~Mary, Fali River', 7,418.00 y~ar' to consider the advisability, of dropping,' children'I'" ka 'recorded in the 1959 d'irec-' year-:;-and 187 bishops;, thr~eless ,St. Mary, Mansfield'" 7,228.00 ma'sses throughout the Diocese. . to~y is 114, with 'Catholic popu- than a yeac ago. Mt. Carmel; New Bedford' "'Rev; , John ,p,'. 'Driscoll, to discuss the wisdom, of droplation of 20,164,358. These' figEducationaI Figures ' ' '6,396,45 assistant at' SS" Peter & ping children's masses~ , ures do not include thea twbo, An inc~ease of· 1,876 in the , ' ,6,893.01 Paul's parish in Fall River . F~ther Driscoll m~de the sug., million Catholics reporte y number of the clergy brings 'the "St. Joseph, New Bedford ." . '.' . , ' geshon at a panel worksho~ 50 the Military Ordinariate. ' total of ordained priests' to ., St Thomas More, Somerset called' ,upon the dele"Liturgy and the Family" at the' The nation's 26 archdioceses . 52,869, the largest ever recoraed. . ' 5;793.75' jta~e!l tot' the 'tdiOtchesanKcouncdil sixth annual women's conclav~ f 548027 'd . ' ' co~ven IOn a e eJ?ne Y last Saturday. Father Driscoll'. reported a grow th 0 , an Turn to Page Twenty-four . Turn t,o Page Two ' M" 1Ct' N B df d the 114 dioceses, 933,471. The emOrIa en er m ew e or suggestion to the women to disseven archdioceses with Catholic cuss the subject came after Mr•.. populations in excess of one 0 John Sullivan of Fall River, a million are Chicago, with 2,027,'panel participant urged families 043; Boston 1,582,677,' New York . to attend Mass and receive HolT 1,558,328, Philadelphia 1,463,031, ~ Communion as a unit each SunNewark 1,345,944, Detroit 1,288;. , ' . day.' Mrs.. Sullivan 'suggested Silver medals ~ns<;ribedwith a' pietur~ ot the Holy Family will be awarded to four that "children's, masses take , 161 and Los A,ngelesl,243,511.c" , '. • C,uh Scouts 'of Pack 24; St. Joseph Qhurcl), New Eedford, prior"to May devotionsat"7 p.m. away from,.famlliness." The Fall Sund~y at, the' church: Tl:temedals~ to 'be'presented- to the boys by the Rt. Rev~ Msgr. River~oman also" empha!lized to.uil'! PrevQst,', pastor, are th¢' Parvuli Dei (little' ones of God) award: The award .is ,the' Turn 10' Page 'Four

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'Gaudreau, son of Mr; and Mrs. Norman Gaudreau of, 41 Covell Street; Robert Pion, son Holy Cross and Redemp. of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Pion of lococcus aureus, was the 60 Arlington Street;· Andre torist priests were chief subject of the first prize winFprtin, " son of' Mr., and Mrs. speakers at the fourth an. ning e;x:hibit in the. Diocesan Maurice Fortin of 727 Belleville nual conference of the Fall Science Fair held ,at Dominican Avenue'; and Paul, Fortin, son of River Diocese Catholic .TeacherS Academy concurrently wi~h the Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fortin of Association, 'held at St. Anne'. annual conference of Diocesan 165 . Hatch Street, all of New School, Fall River. teachers. Bedford. Opening the two-day session Winner was 17 year old Stella The Rev. Roland Bousquet is was Very Rev. Richard H. SulliGamache, a senior at Dominican chaplain of the Cubs and Dien_ van, C,S.C., president of Stonehill Academy. Her award was $100, dorine Brouillette is cubmaster. College. His address stressed presented by Rev. Edward J. The Parvim Dei 'award is a the primacy of the spiritual in Gorman, DJocesan superintendrecognition that, the church education, and the need for edent Qf schools. gives to Cubs for advancement ucators to keep' in mind that Robert Verrier,' Coyle High i':l religious knowledge and spir- ' their pup~ls are beings with an School, Taunton, won $50 as secitual formation. The purpose of immqrtal destiny; , , ond place' entrant. His exhibit' the award' is' to; help the ,Cub A& Catholic teach~rs, he said, showed relative concentrations' become more' aware of' God's "we must .love our students as ~ vitamin C in fruit juices. presence in his daily life. . Christ loved us." , Third prize winner of $25 was There are 12 requirements to 'Second Da;, Speaker Carol Adam, junior at Mt. St. be met before the award cim be Highlighting 'the second day ~ary Academy, "Fall'River; She' !ll made> They include knowledge of the cori\;Emfion wasan addtess ' .owed results' of. 'a, p~oject in:' , ' _ . , cifprayers, the' Cross,' spiritual' 'by Rev. Joseph Manton, C.sS.R.. " '. ' ' ,-',;' '" :.' ,"" ,,-, ',' :, ' , ' , '.., -' health and service,.. religious of the MisSion ChUrch',' Roxbury. I ' , , .-pectrum analysis: of ~etals. t e " St. An~h"ony'i \ Higb'SCh~l, , :, .P~OPARVULI~ED~LI~TS:'seatep"RobeFt ,Gau9reau ; ,handicra'ft, ~r(sh history',' church . 'lie also emphasized th~ import.- . " f;; \. ~"!' Bedford, led~ilt, num~~ ,Of ",:s,tan~mg - (left:,to,"rlght) ;~A.ndrew' Fortm, ,PautFortm :and aupport, 'spirihial 'safety, 'patroil 'mee;'of reiigiotis' educafion,"saT.·:"'''' ' ..

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DIOCESE OF FALL RIVER, MA• .

'NORTH ATTLEBoRO Sacred Heart ' .3;091.00 SCMary·9,108.00

College . Heroi·ne Cred'its Bravery· ·'To My Faith'

FALL IUVEIt Mary 7,418.00 TOWNS BIE!ssed Sacrament 1;315.00 ~ Espirito Santo, 1,243.75 Acushnet. -- 1,724.00 , 13,251.00 Assonet. 1,206.00 'Holy Name Holy Cross ,655.75 Buzzards Bay 2,819.00 SAN FRANCISCO (NC) Notre Dame . 4,943.00 Central Village 1,577.00 -"My F~ith . ; . my par~ntl Our Lady of Angels 1,938.75 Centreville .' " 1,326.60' ••• my Catholic education •• Our Lady of Health 1,500.61. Chatham . ·1,600.QO ' Holy Rosary, 1,904:00 E. Falmouth . .... 2,500.00 and God's grace." Immaculate Conception3,513.aO Fairhaven" _ Those are the influenCes' tID Sacred Heart 11,602.75 St. Joseph 3,578.15 which 18 - year - old Shirley St. iUlne 3,995.26 St. M a r y ' . -: .854.90 O'Neill credits her daring rescue Sacred Hearts· 368.00 . St.. Anthony of Padua 1,439.42 ofa swimming companion fro~ . 5,184.50 St. 'Anthony of the Desert 633~OO Falmouth a shark and her baptism of the I St. Elizabeth '975:75 H yanmS . . 9,760.25 youth 8S he lay dying afterSt. Jean the Baptist 3,049.00. Mansfield' 7,228.00 wards. . 4;021:25 Mattapoisett 2,374.25 St. Joseph .... If it hadn't been for her Faith, S~. LOU1S 2,372.00 Nantucket 353150 the hazel-eyed San . Francisco St. Matthew' 1,501.35 N'o. D'·Ig.ht on 2'163' 0 State .co-ed says firmly, "I , .0' St. Michael 2,773.15 No. Easton 8,166.50 wouldn't 'have been able to go. St. Patrick 4,939..00 No. Westport' '" 1,IQ9.75. back for AI. I would have beeJl SS. Peter &, Paul 4,667.00 Norton ~ 3,462.25 tOo afraid to die.'" 1,7~7.25 Oak Bluffs . 2,710.00 St. Roch Despite her own quiet modSt. Stanislaus . 751.50' O' 2 ,442".00 cean G rove esty, the city of San Francisco St. William" 4,726.00 0 I 139000 .. and its press hailed her display Santo Christo 2,069.'17 O:t::~tile 2'31700 CITED FOR CARNEGIE MEDAL: Bishop Hugh A. of cour·age. She was congratuProvincetown 2',096:82 'J Donohoe, Aux'iliary Bishop of San Francisco, congratulates lated .' by Auxiliary Bishop NEW BEDFORD f II Sandwich 3,090.00 Shirley O'Neill, 18, on her heroic attempt to rescue a·. ~ ow Hugh A. Donohue of San Francisco; who paid a visit 'to· her Holy Name 8,465.90 Seekonk .' 1,252.00 student who was· attacked 'by a rnan":ea:ting shark. Shirley, Assumption 590,85 Somerset who' later.. baptiZed the dying youth, has been no·mina.ted· hQme, 'and praised her courage , and presence of mind. The ~D Holy Rosary 228.00 St. John' of. God 1,611.50 f th C . d If b NC Ph t Immaculate ConeeptiOIl 2,50'1.55 51. Patrick.. . 550.00' . or e arI1egle me a or ravery;~ 0 o. FranCisco' Board of Supervison St Thomas More 5' 7"93' 75 . . M t. Carmel . .6,893.01' passed a formal resolution nornOur Lady ·of Perpetual. So.. Dartmouth' ..: .4:580:00 '.' '.. . inaiing Shirley for the Carnegie . ·Help . 1,835.00 So. Dighton . ,.... < ' . - 130.00 ' . ',' . ..' , ..... .' ... ' , "'. Mtfdal for bravery. . .,,\.":. Our Lady of Purgatory· . 626.00 So. Yarmouth, : "', . ", . 3 534,00'.'''' :.ST; ,LOUIS, (~C)",:T<he Pope taiping : microfilmed •copies ...of Sacred..Hean, , 3;392i75, Swansea . "".. PlUS ?CII ~~rnorlal LI~r!ir-y.c~n-- Vat i c a,n library J:Ilanuscrjp.ts CoU~ge,Additioll St."Anne, ,. ," .•.·.,.},952.25 ,>St. Dondiiit! ,.,'." :, 2,297:<m ' ·was opened on-:May18,:,Father PHILADELPHIA (N C) ' St. Anthony of Padua . 4,281.50 .St. Louis of :France ';' 1;64'6.00 Libera Paul c.' Reinert, S.J:,..prel!ident Sk·Boniface· ';'" .".,~ 315.50 ",rOur'Lady"of Fatima"" 3,8'15,75 A··..:i·· . I 'R·····' ~ -'''' .' <if.·: St. ·-Louis.,.University,··,'has Gr04~ti-.1?r:e~.ki-';g.c.eremoJ'!Jes;.fbr a new classroom ~building at St. St'.'Casimir:. 636:50 Vineyard Have'n •,". "'.1,972.50 , t .•~ur$es equl~m:; .. announced.... . .,,: Josepb's ... ~.~oU~g~·we,t;e 1'lelq h~re. ' SkFrancis of Assisi "1,656.00 Wareham,,·, . ".' "'4,867;05M:o'stRevererid:rir;;~~L.' CO~~.-'·:"F'6finaCce.rtfin:o~ie~ 'c6m-me~:~~_~~'~"~_~~~HI , St;1 Hedwig ,,' 563..25 Welifleet·. ".,-.'. . ·r,203.(JO·- holly,·D:D.,.'assiste~j>y.Re~: jo:~n or~~~ng .~~m'?let~.~,? of .the J4:2 St; Hyacinth ,,': 1,~87.00 West-Harwich .. ""2,754';50' M.orris, M.M.:,.. and.· . R.ev·:".John,H, fu.1}.boI)..bl).lldmg wil~be !J~~e.,r~~~ FAU~HAv,EN- ~. ·S"'.·'·J·a'mes t " ., .12,229;75' W "t ' . 5273 00 ...... . ,. . 'N . . . , '. s· L es port··,; : . , ; ; , Hackett; the"Bishop's, secr,et~ry.,· lI:h!il rjexf. ovember to,fi)l,~~l',\~ St:'Johnthe Baptist . 4;7'19;90 Woods 'Hole ' .. ,.t. '2;037.50 ~h~II'.it'e·d ''tiie ''Libera at.' the with the ..' univetsity's anIiu~l LAUNDERETTE Sf. J'oS~h' .. . . ....6,396:45' " '. .,. ~ Requie~ Mass for Miss Eih~betli.. · Founders' . Day,' 'Father ·Reinert. "O~"RbVT~ St,'Kilian '2,945.25 . Dece. Ii.C.y·.·..· :' J.Ryder fh"St."Ma.ry's Cathedral. . sa·id... Th~ 'library .willtle· ~tQe "You leave it St>r.awrence 15,064..4 0 . "" , . ." . ' . " . . . ' .. : , . " cehtr'al one at 'the' .univ.ersity/' St. Mary' . 3,083.00 .. '.rhef~lloWing;fHrns,areto·l>e ··MlssRyder,a ,nurse for 45 ' . •. '. '. '," . ', " :andwe will wash i~·'· St.. Theresa' ·4,663.00 added to' the lists in their re-. yearS, was a pioneer in the Fall The microfilms of priceless • Shirt Service spective,classifications: :". • :River. Tuberculosis. Division ot Vatican .documents were made • Dry C'(eaning & Dyeing TAUNTON serving as possible through grants from Unobjectionable' for' general the. Gene'ral Hospital, , • S & H Green Stamps H~IY Family , 2,498:00 patronage: Pork Chop ~ill. :.' .superintendent in that branch the' Knights of Columbus. The . 160 Huttleston Avenue Holy Rosary " 1,374'.10 . for40·.years. Among. her honors 11 t' n wI'll be' 0 n to all Immaculate 'Conception 4,049.00' Route 6 Fairhaven Unobjectionable. for' adults was the Father Kebher Award co ec l O p e .' . Our Lady of Lourdes' '2,823.50 and' adcilesce'nts: Gunfight·at· \ for the Outstanding Catholic scholars, regardless of l'eligious . WvmQn 5-7990 Sacred Heart 4,539.60 Oodge City, Here C~me' the. Jets, Nurse, " affiliation. St.. Allthony 3,199.50 Nun's· Story. Comment on Nun's St. Jacques'· / ,3,268.00 Story: Thi~ film, reverently pro./ . si: Joseph' 5,638.50 duced, is' a theological(y SQun4 .-:' St.' 'Mary 10,3'19.15 analysis of the essent~al meaning S~ P~u1 .3;845:09 of a . religious vocation'" iOld through the story .of. a.Per.sOil. . ATTLEBORO who objectively lacked a .·f\lli~. 2,951.· 00 Holy Ghost , • '9 894;50' " damental 'Qualification <1()l" it.~ I~ '. ' St. 'john' . " . '. -: . ,.,~. 3'334.50' the film fails to capture the joy St. Joseph' ';, 3;677 -50 ' and· charity o.O:eligious life, thill. .. ·f-.-.; St. Mary 3:127:00':"'" mUst be attributed to the limita';' St. Stephen .,35~.45 . ~ . tio'm( of 8' .visual·art. :: at.· Theresa ._;"'_ _";'_";;"''''.0;'_.................. ,' .. 'Unobjectioiuible. for adults:, . ,A,ngry:Hills::, " '. ' .. . .. '.- i:, fORTY· HOURS· Objectiona~le .in part for all; DEVOTIO.N· ROad Racers ; (suggestive se~ 9uences): . .MaY.2~St. Mary; Mansfield.' . St. Teresa's Convent, .Fall Or.do. River. .' .,1 ::May 31-..:.corpus C h ri s t 1, . FRIDAY-Ember ,'''rida,. After " Sandwich.. . Pentecost. J;>~uble; "Red.. Mass Holy Nam~, "all River.' . ProPer; G lor i a.;8equence; SS. Peter .. Paul,· Fall Creed; Preface; etc.. of Pen-' , River. ." ". ·tec<>st.::. "::,',.. ;June' 7~St. Joseph;' TaunYes, . aD grellt~~ 'Fait .Riv.er~hndren are sayi~g'';;'"there's. SA.'tlnmAy - i:mber;Satu~day :... ton.·_·· . After. Pentecost .Double. Red.', .' ·q~ite· like G~imondFaJ"ID8'A Quality' m~lk for '~bolesome ·farm-fresh:· ,. Sacred 'Heart, North. ~t"· . . . ..,: ...:." :Mass' Proper;.~ ':Gloria; ,Se--. tlebOro.' . , . . . quence; Creed; Pre~a~;- etc. of Jla~~r ,~.' 1 ' . 0 '. ':.: . .. . '.' iJune lkSt..Mary, New Bed·PenteCOst. " ...," . ". "'" ~:r: S.~ That's' why GuifuOnd Farms "A Quality" 'milJc ", winning hundi'~, ford. , . • -., ; . ' ~ f ." ~ , BleSsed sacrament, 'I'all 'SbND.AY'::'-The 'M:ostHoly Trin-, 9f.:'~,!:fri4fnd8:daily.· p . , ' . . ,'.~ " . " ' " "." • ,. .>,..; ~ive~. . . ity and I Sundat after 'P~nte­ . t'·,·... : _ ". ,: •.(;., cost. Double of I Class.·White. .,.' .Givey~~~ehild~en'thebest! "Serv~ them Guimond'''A QuaJity;,"milk: '..... :; .. :,...: .. .. Ma!iS. Proper;' (Horia; S~nd ~Ild daif pnid~~t.t1.\ . ; .. , ':.. Collect I Sunday':a:fter 'Pente~C~nfi'~mati~"s ...~ ost; Cref,ld; .Prefa~ of. TFinity:• ~~.

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.' . Furniture & Movers, Barbara Pat Dress .Co., Mrs. Elizabeth $3,000 Daly, James J. Murphy Ins. Co. H. V. Collins Construction Co. John P. Slade & Son, F. R. $250 Paper & Supply Co:, Mullen . VATICAN CITY (NC)' Rev. James A. Dury, CongreBl'Others Jewelers, Dr. H. Stuart lation of the Sacred Hearts. A reduction in: the number Seglin, Dr. Harry Cooperstein, $200 of papal audierices to be. Rev. Alfred J. Le,:esque; Ch. (Maj.) Thomas F. Daley" . , $12 granted, particularly those · StonehillColiege. accorded to' individual groups,: , Agnes Nixon. $150 is expected to be announced Holy Cross Mission House. $10 shOrtly by the Va'tican. • . . Cottor Club" Sanford Gold $125 Although there has been no Co., Economy Dental Lab, F. R. Rev. Benoit R. Gallant,' Rev. official announcement,' it has Glass Co., Atty. GeorgeL. siskhn r. Denehy. been reported by Vatican sources son. iI $100 that individual group audiences Sullivan th~ Florist, Mrs. Al• ~isters of Mercy', Rev. John F. will be dispensed with' almost phonsine Dorais, Mrs. C. BlanHogan, Rev. Lucien A. Madore, completely. These groups will chette, Mr's Florence Boisvert, ·Rt. Rev. Humberto S. Medeiros. be included in the generalaudiLa,Sfllette Semina·ry-E. Brew- Mrs. Albina Berube. ences instead. Agnes Deschamps, Mary Dunster, LaSalette Seminary-AttleThe first seven months of his boro, Fall River Diocesan Coun- nigim, Annie Dunnigan, Annie pontificate, His Holiness Pope Convey, Mrs. Selina Lemay. cil of C~lthoIic Nurses, Fulton John XXIII, who is 77, has Packing Co. Mrs. Marie Lavoie, Mrs. Mary ArrUda, Mal;garet Garvey, Mrs. UNIVEHSrI'Y HONORS DELEGATE: Archbishop carried out an extremely heavy $75 PatriCk A. O'Boyle of Washington (left) chancellor of the schedule.. His frequent particiCarmelite Sisters of Fall Agnes Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Annie River, Rev. Arthur G. Dupuis, <'::anuelle. Catholic University of America, presents' the honorary pation in liturgical ceremonies his visits outside the Vatican Rev. William A. Galvin, Rev. Mrs. Mary E. Harrington, degree, Doctor of Laws, to ~he' newly arrived Apostolic <lnd walls and to many institutions John H. Hackett. Mary O. Couture, Joseph CouD I t t th U . ture, Charles Bellefeuille, Grace e ega e 0 e mted States, Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi are undoubtedly without prece$50 at a .special convocation. Msgr. William J. McDonald, rector dent. The same is true of his Rev. Raymond R. Hamel, McDonald. audience schedule. Katherine O'Neil, Michael J. 'of the school, looks on. NC Photo. . Francis B. O'puggan Studios. T"'oGroups Daily Do.wling, Elida Bellefeuille, . \ $25 !ohn E. Friyat, Joseph' D. l\1at·y, ~aron, Theona Melanson. The· Pope has, not only ad' Murphy, Rev. J. E. Tremblay, . Mrs. Exeline Kirk, Bessie T a n ' : ' , dressed thQus<lnds and given his , $20 Benediction at weekly audiences ner; Mrs. Margaret SUllivan, T. F. Kinnealey & Co., Inc. Mrs. Louise Sullivan, Mrs.· 'CINCINNATI (NC)-America's "billion-dollar. traffic in. St. Peter's basilica, but also Johanna Sullivan, $10 . . has received an average of two Georgiaria Stoddard,· . Mrs. : in filth pub.licati«;>ns" is growing bigger, according to a B ... Flink & I'ons Co;, Tracy' grpups daily in. the morning, to Smith Company,. P. '~.'. Fox Rosanna Soucy, Michael Shea, Jewish. author who is leading acaJ;llpalgn against the traffic. which he has. always' delivered Paper Co. . a discourse;.. . ' James Shalloo, Elizabeth 'Ryder. . Howard' Whitman, widely ·read j6uniaHst ·who 'lia~ studied , Pope John's daily agenda hal Elizabeth Ryari, 'Eugene Riley, t h 'e'porhography .problem·~ . ..Mae 'Quigley, Mrs. Maria Pe;,;' tho Otl.',ghout. :t.he,. U.S.. ,.. to',ld' believe it..:-theythink it's 'just - been heavily crowded with reira, Joseph Parks. newspaper talk! t' ' . .priva t~. ,aud i~nces, $1,00.0 includinl B. M. C. Durfee Trust Co. Mrs. Emma Parks, Mrs. 'Mar:... th,e, Cincinnati 'Social ;Hy~' "The JrierclIants of smut" lie those .with His '.Eminence D~ $750 : , gal'et O'Connell, Catherine .Mur-·-' gi.ene,.Societythat. what the went ,on" "are. priplarily i~ter.; menico Cardinal' Tardini, VatiAtty. &: Mrs. John T~ Farrell, raY;,Jol\eph V.~ Murphy, ,Emma, .... cOllntry' 'really' needs lSi ;'11 bil•.. ested ~n" the youth market:" 'He .ciiiJ Secreta'ry ,-of. State; cardinals 11:': Moore, . ' .. lion..;dollar 'Program ()f'l!ducation "cited ~~ir "insidious, luring" of of ,the ~p,l1la~' Cu,:ia, secretarie. $500 '. Mrs.. Jane Menard, Mrs. Ellen .. for' family· life." . .. " , . young.pe.opl~'s :interest,through of the~ various congregations, ~l'ald E. McNally MeNally, Mrs;. Elizabeth Mc-' Mr. Whitma'h detailed '!J()me :innocent-appearing·'ads.'iri "bor. ma\1Y' bis~opsa.l)4; Qther person.:' On some .days the' Pope's sched. " . .$250 '. Hugh, Mrs. Esther Latham, Mrs. aspects of the pornography. . der-line .magazines." , ' . ule has been' crowded that he. . 'Artcra(t Fixtures Div. Special· Victor.ia Langley. . .. problem: Thus the youngster who sends has received .. ~~shops,includi'n'c' P~oducts Co. ofT~nn., Inc. Annie. Hughes, Ali~a Hodge, Mailing. lists of highschool' away' for a model plane kit· Of Ameri~an a'ne' Can'adian ones, $150 Mrs. Agnes Henman, Mrs. C~ara students are being marketed at· similar items may become the in' the late :a£t~l'I:lOon, 'a definite Mackenzie, & Winslow, Herve Harrin'gton, Mrs.. ArtheIIiise Ga-. high prices· to smut distributors. ", target of an intense mail-adver. departiJre fl'omthe usual sched- Lagasse, First· Federal Savings mache. From. the Los 'Angeles. area tising campaign·.planned to enule. ' . ,.... ' • Il; :Loan. Margaret French, Mrs. D~lia alone aPllroximately.200,000 cirtice hi~. into sending away for $100 Foley, Mrs. Elizabeth Ferreira, culars.. advertising. pornography 'increasingly objectionable ma-' Monaghan. Acceptance .Corp., Mrs. Ellen Dyer, Mrs. Anna .Du- ,go. into the mails every day. terial. . White's Family Dining Room & main~. . About 75 per cent of the pubThe· pornography aimed at the Continued from Page One White Spa Caterers, Arkwright Miss Margaret Doyle, Anna M. lished. obscenity .goes to the youth market, Mr. Whitman saints, diocese arid life of Chrisl Cqrp. Finishing Co., Mr. & Mrs. Dillon~ 'Joseph Demers,. James. teen-age market.. . continued, cannot be called Ii The. four. poyS from St. Francis E. Sullivan, Knights of. Daily, Mary E. Crofton. "Just· Newspaper Talk," '. sincere attempt to~ produce art.. Joseph's built altars and a grotto C<ilumbus-F. R. Council 186. . Albert Cote, Mrs. Teresa M. Police seized to-tons of printed Rather, he insisted, it i's "a' ho'noring the' Blessed Virgin.. $75 Cqnroy; Bridget T. Conroy, Nora' filth from one West Coast com- . coldly calculated attempt to take They will wear their medals Dr. Rogel' E. Cadieux, WSAR Carey, Mrs.' Margaret· Carabi;' pany and discovered that its .advantage of the adole's~eni's suspended lroma bar pin bear; Radio Station, Coffee Sam Indusnieri. '. ..,' .. m'Qnthly postage c.osts totaled- problems with sex. It is' like iog the' inscription, '''ParvuU trial Caterers, Ann Dale .Prod:,Jerome Campbell, J\at~~rine .. $6,9,000.. ' .. :' ' . waving· bottle of gin in front Dei;" on' their' uniforms over the '.• c,ts, Arkwright. Warehou~ A. Boylan, Florida Berard .....: .;.... . Despite thefa~t that ~bscenity. of"an 'alcoholic:" l~ft breast' pocket. . ' ., Corp. Dr. Carlyle H. Hurwitz,. Dr:.. :. merchants seem ~ to" be' concen. Davis Mills Corp., Midland Burton' D. 'B~'yan, Dr;E:verett:~:,trated in the New York aiJd Los Print Works, ·F.· R. Package RadovskY,Dr. Albert Resnjck',}.Angeles·· areas Mr. ',Whitman Stores, D'". Morris Feresten, Dr.D~vid PriaI. . 'emph~sizedth~t "this)sby no Norman F. Hochu. Dr. Bfcmjamin, Leavitt, Dr; .S. . means a 'Sodom 'and Gomorrah $65 Banjamin ':Kaufman, Dr. N; Ken- . siory.· This menace' penetrates OURLADY OF FATIMA .FAIR GROUNDS Dr. Paul P. Dunn. neth Shand, Dr<lper ,Sears': &',' ,-into citie$" towns, , resi<iential . Gardner Neck Road, 'Swansea, MCiSS;: . $50 Company, Interstate· Venet~an! ,suburbs .and villages, throiJghout . ,thursday and Friday, May 21f .7 ,to 11. P.M. Radio Station WALE, Watuppa Blinds. , . . . ::··the nation.!~· . ' ,:, . , Gas & Fuel Co., Patrick L. Mc- ,.,J Sanitary Laundry Inc., F~ll:;/ ': Amaj~rroadblock" to 'solving ' . Saturday, May.30.. 1 to HP':M.. , G<?wa',l,' Fall River Cooperative Riyer.& New BeqfordExpress ',,:' the problem, he indicated, is. .:c;AMES·~ BOOTHS- REFRESHMENTS -:- )pedal Features.. Bank,. Everett Motors. Co., Patenaude CompaQY, 'J. E:. '. that· "many. people still don't Lafayette Cooperative Bank, Amiot Sons, Lafayette Store. ~. ' ~', Ample Free· .Parking! '" , · Atty. Kenneth Sullivan, General Tom' Ellison Inc:," .lJ;er'man·,· .' ".,~. I~at(! .ielDDIES PARADE - AGE LIMIT .,... 12 YEARS OLD Scrap Iron, Inc., Mathieu Oil Roc)din; ChadesCohen,. ~nc:; ,: ..NOTRE DAME.(NC) - Th e Valuable Door Prize' ECich Night . A . D rape, I 9c. Picard's Clothes Shop, Parker' new , . A'postoiic', , Delegate to tile C 0 .• , L OUlS ~ .. ~~~.~+~~~~~~+~+~~~~)~~~~~~~~~~++++++++ ... Ca:ndy Co., Inc., Dr.. F:rank,'L,' United. States 'parti'cipated in .F. R. News Co., Inc., Corcoran Supply Co., Antonio' Lagasse, Collins. . '. the dedicatiOll of the new Mol''; Frank X. PelTon Insurance,'WilGustave A. Hall, Bayside. Mfg. eau Seminary on the Univer~ity . Ham Archard. & Sons, Cook Bo.r- , Co., .Wolf 'Credit J~we;er!),·.T., ~{Notre Dame campus.. Arch~: den &:'Company.. .' Abbo'H,"F. R. Hearse' Co., Ca- " bishop 'Egidi'o Vagnozzi blessed . $40 . ,mara's. Pharmacy., the three' million. dollar building. Atty. John T. Farrell Jr. Aguiar Ins. Agency;· Lion's _~-----$35 Auton:iotive Stores, Telephone Invite young 'ladies 'sanc'tify their' own .souls North End Laundry. . ,'Answering Exchange,' Kay 'Bee $30 ·\"·:".Sportsw~arl Liberty. Loan &£ through: 'ser~ingGod in .the Apostolate of' Richarq Morgan Thompson,." Realty: CO.,Inc. . .Joseph Nadeau's Sons. ' Dr.. Saml,lel Brown, .Flabro~ $25 . :Liquor Mart, Dr. George Bou"'~; . " c. WYmCltl. Di-. Frank J. Lepreau, Dr, ~ak~s. .Teaching . ~& 144 3-65~2 Robert H. Moe. Dr. Owen'· L;!J'ur~·.. toPaxe )four Eagan, J:t. N. 'Textile Co., Inc.,· 'CHARLES F. VARGAS Odias Dumont. Nursing···.· 254 ROCKDALE' AVENUE John .E. Cox Company, David ;QW 'IEDfOID . M~SS .. .J. Friar" Dr. Maurice Morgan-,.. Care, ofOrph~ns _tein, Colonial Wholesale' Beverage' Cprporatic)n. Delta Electric ·Company. • '. " , Trcii"ing of , .. , Dr. Ellgene J. Dionne, Connors' We giye S & H Green St~mps · Travel·' &:. Insurance, Agency, . 'Ex~eptio~al Daughters of Isabella~Af;sump- , . Corner Rockdale .Avenue . tion· Circle #7 t " Wm. N.· Whee& North Street· .. , Children lock &: Sons, Atty. '&: Mrs., Wil-: liam P. Grant. J) Leigh Textile Co., Leonard For~ign Missions W'alsh, Eagle Finance Co., Sulli": : Tan Signs, Mrs. Ella.Nerney. ()f $20 Write to: " 'Plumbing Heating Hilton's Bakei·y. Joh'n O'Leary.

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$1,000 ' -' The Fb7eside: Theodore' Loranger ~,.Son~, " , ' , "" $100 ,,', " , ,', Shows:'R~ligiori"!:; '-',' " $300' ' O s c a r Hijlman & Sons, LiI).cofu, MarkE>u1lf;, Giusti BaKmg Co. McitorSInc. ," ,$150 $75 '" .,. D~.,& Mrs. Ar,thur Buckley." ':E)uvemay Council No. 42., WASHINGTON-'(NC) ','';' '" ,$100, ' " , , '' $50" " Visitors to the,U. ,S. exhibit ,N: 'B. Defense Prpducts, Fire,. 'C~ Ra,y Randall Co., The Rome., DivIsion; Kiwanis Club of '" $25, " " , " " at ,the Moscow Fair will be N. '~., C~, F. Wing Co., Universal, Clov:er Market, Schofieid more impressed if religion Roofing' & Sheet Metal C<;>., , Hardwal'e, Evans CaseC().• AIis shown woven into American International Ladies -G;u-me~t bert A. Morawski,. Reeve's Drug. life; rather than something put Werkers Union. ' '$10, in a separate display, U. S: plan-, Cornell-Dubllier Elec. Co., Thorpe Automotive Co., Thiners believe. Aero;vox Corpo'ration, C6ntiriim- ' bault's Mobile Homes & Sel'Vice, ~~r' this reason, the U. S. distal' Screw Co;, Dr. Joseph Buck-' Sta!fon, Louis',Grimaldi & ,Sons, play at the fair to be held in the ley" White's Farm Dairy,,' Dr.', .fohn Grimaldi, EnterPrise Case' Soviet capiial fro~ -July 25 to PeterW. Sweetser.', & Display Co; :'" ""'" September 4, will have religion $50 , Harvey W. Gay ,Electric' Co., , ineluded in sections such" as Dr. James Manley,"Dt. Joseph Jarvis Tap, North Washington community life, 'education 'a'ncl' T. Baldwin, Dr, James, M~Qui'nn" Street Garage, Gaudette.cLe~theJ: ' architecture. ' , ' ", ': ' Michael Austin" Arla~:s Depart- • ,Co., Inc., H., D. MacDonald Albert Lupin of the U. S. Inment. Store,. John 0; Curran., ,Enameling. ' 0' " fc'irni~tiori Agency here', said' CUrran, Express' Co., John L' '", ,Calcaghi, Memorials" W.,T; planners think "that in vieYJ 'of Paulding, 'Inc..Coaters, Inc., Whalen Engineering Co.; Thrifty" the years of. propagand~ givE,ln , Hathaway,Oil Co." Inc., Park Rental & Rea::' Estate, Newell. NEW PRIESTS FIRST BLESSING: A new' native people oft1)e USSR, a, greater Oil Co., Dr. Rob~t Small., Balis Post #443, Rezz;l Oil Co.", Mrican 'priest. Father Alphonsui Morapeli,. O.M.I.', O'ives impact will De made if religion Sousa Bros. Welding Co. " ... " $45 ' is shown as an' integral part Qf Dr.. Wil'liam P. Walsh. -. 0ldtown Men's Club:Diamond blessing to Bishop J. Des Rosiers, .O.M.I., who ordai;ned our life." $30' Cafe;, . Inc~, The. Commercial him in ,Maseru Cathedral, Basutoland. NC Photo. ' ' , . TrUe Pieture »r. Robert E. E>1.urant. Pres~; Surinirsale ~ Ste-Jeanne Purpose of the exhibit, he, $25' , ' d'Arc S174-Sacred Heart, said in 'an interview, is to give lDr. Wornert V. Perry,Dr. WilIt.:ft· .• a, nonpoliticai picture of 'u. S. liam O'Donnell', Dr.. ' Herschel A. ( Continuedtrom Page One Diocesan' ,Council for the ensu- culture; ~ience and technology; Reinz,. Zeiterion Realty COrp., $100' ' N., E. 'Theatre COl'p. .' Catholic NurseS Guild' of the it is easier for parents to gov- ing year; in addition to Mrs. ~'The nation's religious aspiraHons iUld ' customs 'will be' reBishop & Hackett, Bricklayers;, Attlebor0 Area, Particular Coun- eri]. and control their _own, Mullaney, are: Fast Vice President, Mrs. flected throughout," he stated. Masons & Plasterers Int. Union cil of Attleboro, Society, of St. children than it is for "one nun _- Mr. Lupin explained that with 30 children" to watch over. John_Barrows,'Hyannis. 139 Philip J. Kane, 'Inc., Fibre Vincent de Paul. 'J .second Vice Presiden.!, Mrs. church-related schools, for exMost 'Re\.. James L. Connolly, Le~tlier Mfg. Co., Lambeth Prod:.. ., $50 ample, will be shown in that ucts Corp. Daughters of Isat>elI3~Aiea-,' D.O., Bishop _of FaU"'River, cel- Aristides Andrade, Taunton. Third Vice President, Mrs. part of the exhibition dealing Holmes Coal Co., Dr. Robert zaba:. Circle, St. John's Mothers.' ebrated a dialog~e mass at with educ!1tion. The, sam,e goes Moura, United Auto Workers Club, St. Vincent de Paul Con,. which the convention delegates Frederick Tuttle, ':(all River. ma4e the responses. Bishop Con~­ , Fourth Vice President, Miss for church-rel~ted social organLocal' #384" Dr, Denis. Brault,' ference--St. John, Morin's Dinizations, which will be shown in nolly, together with the hier- l;..illian B. Ross, New Bedford. N. B. Morris Plan Company. ers; Sadler 'Bros., Inc., . .. $20' , . $35 , Fifth Vice President, Mrs. Al- the display on U. S. community' archy"throughout the world,' 'is ,activities. , ' , . ,,: -seeking greater lay participation bert Jacksc;m, Norton. Sturtevant &' Hook, Inc., Harry J.Boardman. ' -' Recording Secretary" Mrs. "The main film at the exhiat ,the Mass. Sha~ut Trans. Co" Inc., Per'\ $25' . Tuttle. bitlon ,willI, include scenes 'of . / fection oiiCo,; Inc:; Dr. Law:':' Con;netly Gold Stamping; Possible Problem. , Treasure,r, Mrs. Thomas Ghar- American .fa~ilies : going· ..to, renc~'LubY, 'Dr. Clarerice' E. State Line Gen'eral Scrap Co:; "Auxiliary Bishop J:a~es ,J. ,< . cliurch,foJ; instance,. just as it. ,:Burt, 'Dr. P. H.' O'Connor:, Dr:' Foster Metal Ptodticts, Leach"&; Gerrard, after welcomirtg; the rpn, Nor,th Attleboro. Bishop Connolly emphasized will show, ,them, shoppimi or .Joseph H. Gleasori. Garner, Wells Mig, Co" Leavens delegates to'the diocesiJ'n sessiCln, 'McGee's ,Photo Supply, Dr. Mfg. Co., Portuguese. ,American triquired, iri a humorous vein,' the: importance, of greater lay se-ildirig father off to work," he, .Janie~ Bo'Hon, Jr., Dr: George H. ci!Jb. ' ' . "if there is any guarantee that participation in' the Mass: "By said. Gepciron, J; B: ~umber' C~-',. , .., . , $ 2 0 . . . .. all "families won't pile in' to the' praising . God together, we ate I Mr. Lupin 'pOiritep ;to, the, 'J:~ Dr:""'A. Senesac, Beneficial FI-' John G. Walsh Contractor. 10 and 11 o'clock masses" as he offering the 'sacrifiee' most, ,ac:" ,cent letter of George E. Allen, Dan~ Co.' , '. ' . '. . •$15 ." ,c touched upon the suggestion of ceptable to him," the Ordin,ary director of the ,Information .... ' ' $15 ' SaltzIrian'sMen'sStore. discussion proposed by Fath'er told the Council delegates. Ac-' ' Agency, who wrote to U. S.~Sen." Sear~ Ro~huck &. Co:; Dahill;' " $10' , t;ive participation in'- 'the MaSS Thomas J .. iDodd' of Connecticu't: DriscMt' Sullivan & Foster,. Perry the wilbtir t.Kiff Co., 'Pitman&:' ',"How about parents who gim't' makes'the Mass memorable for after thelegisl~tor ,had asked, Fiorist Colo~al Textile Mfg. I<:eeler, Public Loan, Cha,r,les Ji:;' attend, Mass ,at' all?'" Mrs: Sulli- all Qfyou, Bishop Connolly Said, about religion in the exhibition. CQ., Mr. & '-lVIi-'s:' T. Sullivan,' Willis, Ins., lVIiiadY's.,, , : " .. :Mt.. Ai~en declared to ,Se~I' van was asked 'during the dis:"', Ther;t, speaking' of' the' Mass .he" Pr: cUrtis Tripp., •. ,> Alfred's ,Beauty Salon,' Sill.,.' cussion~and the Fall'River par-' was" tei" celebrate, the Bishop Dodd:' "1 want to 'assure you' ;, " ',,' " :, $lO, , '" • nj~~is" ~roe ~Store; Le~~ha~'~ ticipant expressed the opinion d'edilrec:i, "I. hope YOUl:active· that, since religion, is .. wo"en ,Dr. Robert W. Horan, Mr. & ,Hardware, ,Better ,lIo~es ~p~;,,~ that these lax parents will be participation in 'this Mass will' i~to· the v~ry fapri<; of American Mrs;~'J. 'Kelleher, Mr. ~{Mrs.·'T. ucts, Clegg Mfg. Co. ,', ",', ',,' "fc>tced':by their own' childten bring grace, comfort and "Pj'!iiee life, the American Natipnal Ex-., Driscoll Goodhue Lumber, LawGuyot Brothers, Knobby Kraf:;' iritOattendin'g Mass:' it' ,the , to your own soul." hipition in. Moscow will attempt J'enceB: Maxfield. ters, S. M. Stone Jr., children's masses aredropi>ed.' , The Bishop \Vas introduced to cOnvey 'our nation's religious 'Elect~ical' Workers 1224, De-,' , TUrD to page Five -, ,- " Other workshops: included by 'Right Rev. Humberto ,,'s. heritage in' tpis context.". Wolf & Vincent, Dr., CarrPer-' "The Family, and Diocesan In-, Medeiros, diocesan chancellor, sODS, Gaspar's Linguica Co., M., stitutionS," ~'P sy c h 0.1 0 g y, of', who praised the Council for the 10 Etta Kroudvird. Children" and "DCCW Program. "very'" creditable work" it has FOGGlA lN~r-Padre PIO,-J1)avidow!s 'Clothing" Store, Pr~se~t Is ,A, Unit." " performed. 'You have splendid famed stigmatic Capuchin priest Thomas W';, Croacher" -' Estate; Qther officers' choSe~' :fur. ''The Not-So-:D~mb Ox," :a'releaderspip and great loyalty,'" who ,has been suffering from Novick'-Jewelers,' Cox!s Candies, ligious draMa, will be broadcast the Chancellor observed. pleurisy and pneumonia, appears Pothier ,Monument Co. at 6:30 P. M,' Sunday by the . Emphasized many tiIJies'at the ,to be recovering satisfactorily,C. F. Cushing & Sons, Loretta Catholic Theater: Guild of' New CHICAGO (NC) - Tolentine 'workshops is the great need for it' was announced here following Hat Shop, Hartman" 'l;'ran!i. Co., Bedford., , _ Hall, new $1,500,000 major'sein- parents to instruCt their child- reports in the, Italian' press that Ine., Winfield, Mfg. Co.;, Inc., The Guild!s newest radio play, , inilry 6f the Aligustinian Fathehi Pacific Coar &' Lum ber Co., an original scr'ipt by guild mem_ in'suburban Olympia Fields; has' ren j.n religion. It was pointed he was near death. The reports out that, nuns and priests should· ' started' when the 72-year-old M:rrtiil & Sullivan, ber Manuel Alma4a, concerna beeJ,l dedicated' by ,Archbishop be called upon only to supple-' priest failed to appear to celeWamsutta Finance Co." Dr. St. Thomas Aquinas. Albert G. Meyer of Chicago. ' ment hnme instructions. brate h,is U~ll~J early Mass. 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,Three North Attleboro.. Brothers and Sister> Total' 82 Years in Service of Church

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Taunton $100 . Charles R. Galligan, Dr. Arthur Nereo.

$50 Edward O'Brien, New Process Twist Drill. .

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Sunday afternoon vespers were. as obligatory as morn-' ing Mass. The family rosary was never missed. Guests joined in it or waited outside until·it was oVer. The result: of 10 children, three are' priests and one isa Sister. Three others died in childho0d and . now alone at home as they were three are married. The par-. in the beginning of .their marents responsible for' the ried life. But then as now the Catholic home life that in- family rosary is said nightly.

flue need four of their children to dedicate themselves wholly to, God are Mr. and, Mrs. Joseph $25 Bristol County Radio, Daniel Chabot o~ Sacred Heart parish, F. McNearney, McCabe Sand &' North Attleboro. Married '52, ,years, they are. Gravel, Dr. T. R. Thayer, Tri City Concrete. ' Thomas Bros. Co., Paragon Gear Works, Donovan Amusement Co., The Mason Box Co.

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of St. Theresa's Church, South Attleboro, Sis t e r Armande. Marie, S.U.S.C. a veteran of 22 years in her community and assigned now, as she has been most of her religious life, to Sacred Hearts Convent, Prospect Street, FaU River.

Our Lady of Smile Unanimously, the four in reliNext in line is Father Luke gion declare it was their home Chabot, O.F.M., in charge of atmo~here that shaped their Our Lady of the Smile Shrine, vocations. Pittsfield, N. H. He supervises They aloe Rev. Gerard Chabot,' the shrine and an adjoining ordained' 26 .years; and pastor _building serving as a combination guest house and 'lay retreat house. Ordained 21 years, he has been in his present assignment nearly five.

Edmond J.' Brennan, Taunton Engineering Co.

$15 . New England Brass Co., A Friend, Dr. Joseph Murphy.

$10 . Dr. Menahem Cooperstein,' Dr. Wm. H. Bennett, Hamilton B. Wood Jr.,' Olson's Home of Flowers, Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters.

Appe~. Gifts Mattapoisett ST. AN'mONY

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Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Collins, . Louise Dupre, Mr. & Mrs. David Haley.

$35 Emilia Whalen.

$25 Village Drug Store, Elmcrest. Convalescent . Home, Misses Emily &: Josephine Perry, Mr.. &: ~rs. Frank Pimental, Mr.&: Mrs: Matthew Curran.

-1i'OUR VOCATIONS IN FAMILY: A good Catholic life influenced four children of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chabot of ~orth Attleboro .todedic~W~ themselves. to God. They are, 'left to right, seated, Sister Armande Marie, S.U.S.C.,'Rev. ... Gerard Chabot. Standing, Rev. Bertrand Chabot, Rev. Luke Chabot~ O.F.M. . . . '. .

$24 William Keane.

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Frank' Sylvia - Real" Estate,. Manuel C. Linhares, Mr. &:, Mrs. William Corey, Mr. &: Mrs. John' McCue, FranCis IV;I:.·Curtis. . . Mr. & Mrs. Winslow Allen, Mr. &: Mrs: George. Liberty. .

$15 Romeo'l> ·Package Store, 'DeCoffe's Filling Station, Mr. &; Mrs: John Murphy, Jame~ Dow. \' ney, Mr. & Mrs. T. J. Manning. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Mullaney, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Verfaille, Mr. &: Mrs. James Lanagan Jr.

$12 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Smith.

$10 Cape Cod Cabinet Co., J.. A. Hagen & Co., Inc., Holiday. House, Dennis Mahoney & Sons, Frank's Market, Harbor Beach Club & Lodge. Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Nunes, Mr. & Mrs. Oscar St: Jacques, _Mr. & Mrs. Walter D. Smith; Mr. & Mrs. Leo Lariviere, Mr.. &: Mrs. Albert Rebello. Mr. &; Mrs. Joseph Farley, Mr. &: Mrs. Thomas Brennan, Mrs. Joseph Sylvia, Mr. & Mrs. An":' thony Lawrence, ,Mr. & Mrs. Mike Haydeck. I Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Snyder, Mary Tinkham,' Mrs. Kenneth T4ttle, Mr. & Mrs. George Harrold.

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Dr. & Mrs. Leonard Pacheco, Mr. & Mrs. George Silveira, Mrs. James Callahan, Dr. & Mrs. Charles Hutchings, Mr. &: Mrs. Leo Libby'. Anthony J. Sylvia, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Chadwick, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Days, Mrs. Catherine Rouille, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hamlin. Mrs. John Duff, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Renahan, Mr. &: Mrs. Sut"livan, Mrs. Catherine Sottak, Eugene R. Laquerre... Mr. &: Mrs. James H. Gifford! Charles Whalen, Mrs. Roscoe .Barstow, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Hebert, Mr. &: Mrs. Norman Kelley.' , Mr. &: Mrs. Charles Jeucther, Mr: &: Mrs. John Carles, Mr. &: Mrs. George Wright, ~r. & Mrs. Manuel Costa, Mr. & Mrs. Miguel .

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Archbishop Vagnozzi reminded Catholic editors that The "baby'" of the family is "every Sovereign Pontiff of this Rev. Bertrand Chabot. Ordained 13 years ago, he has been at St. century has emphasized the challenge which confronts you.'" Anthony's Church, New' Bed'" He noted, too, that· Pope John ford, 'ever since, a rather unusXXIII had sent his Apostolic ual record. His duties include Benediction to the CPA convensupervision of the CYO and a 600 pupil school, and direction '. tion, and added: "I can only assure you againo£, his deep adof 'the parish chapter of the. miration for your work, and the Third Order of St. Francis. hope he places in your accomThe family manages to see plishments." quite a bit of each other, Father Encourages Efforts Bertrand and Father Luke were The Apostolic Delegate reespecially happy to manage a. marked upon the "phenomenal" European pilgrimage together a growth the Catholic press has few years ago. enjoyed in the United States, All say they had the idea of and said "few countries, even some we label 'Catholic' couna religious vocation from childtries, are able to match such hood. A close-knit group, they numbers.'~ . are proud of each other's accomHe said he thought many facplishments. Sis t e r Armande tors entered inw an explanation Marie chose her name to keep of this astonishing growth. Father Luke's "worldly" name in the family. When he entered ,_ "It is clear," he said, that Catholics here are' extremely the Franciscans he took the loyal to their bishops," as witname of Luke, but Sister didn't nessed by their response to wilDt. Armand, a little-known 'subscription drives' for their Cistercian saint, to be.ne.gl.ected. diocesan . 'newspaper and; ." C"ief, .Cook course, the generosity of American Catholics explains in great Sister describes ,herself as part the' existence of many pubchief cook and. b~ttle-washer for "S~cred . Hearts .Academy Con- lications which have as their ven~."She cooks fo~ 38 Sisters. 'raison <I'etre', the support of a particular apostolic work." durmg the school.. year and 75 in the summer, when out:oftown Sisters are at the convent for summer school. Asked if ~. she had any favorite. recipes, R.AVE she ,sal'd "Salads.'" but added that. the 'Sl'sters are easy to • EVERYBODY DOES I : please. '.'T,hey like fdod, period," she declared. The three brothers and Sistef. :REALLy : agreed on. advice to youngsters thinking of the religious life or priesthood. "Pray and work, and don't be afraid 'of sacrifice," • FARMS' :. they said. Good advice for any . .145 Washington St Fairh.yen. • Just oft· Route 6 • calling.

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This' is the ti'm~' year th1:\tJs·always.assoomtedw.Jth life and, 'growth~ I . . Signs of this are. everywhere. Lawns ar.e ra;ked and re'-seeded1 with :the hope that tn.e grass wilr gvow Just; a,:.' little bit more' .ambitiouslY than! the. weeds-~ T!j.e' gmeen\ of trees' and' sJrrubs: forms: a refreshing, ba~kg):toundJ f0r the\. . multiColored flowers that push their way throug>}h 'the ·s0ft· earth. . @.lder folrk£ who hav;e' struggle<L through theeoldi andl dalik of'the Winter, feel' a' new surge of life now. How, ,often . h~ve' theY' sighed' through the long' past month~I'Il, feel better when the. nice 'weather comes.. , The· Yiounger citizen8:begin. to~ make- their' appeaimnces; hll aarl1ikID!s and baek ,~r-arcl8, 'and' from a mound~·.ofsnawliJ: I and) btankets' blink solemn~y' in the sun. , 1"'1' t:..... 4.' ~ th a1 In the. Chureh~s IJ.8" tillS Is;a. ulme' O:c gro:w . . so~ ...,. . 'Ehe Di:v:ine Seed; planted d'trring Advent and: East~· solemnities now sprouts and! blossoms an.d' bears' f.ruit that? 'Wilt' live' for,'all eternity. The time after Pentecost is the ' 'e:' of- the arowth of the Mystical Body· of €:hrrnk ~s· 1f1!ie tim .. . Vine-Christ,-has~ lived' and' died' and' rose again' to enter" .in-tl?' the· g.16vy; oil1 litis FadJhen,: s'o the; branehes,-those, united . to: (l;hl1ist'-IDl1st gToW' and bear :filluit. lily l1eason\·o§ the graee: tllaoti PIe has· given them.. . The redemntion of the. world:" the: sanctification of the' l" humandamiJy.; the' ine@rpomlltion. of all' into Clivist amI- His. (;Jnurch, tIne- ~o:w:th' of the members ~n (uhri~t._ theiri'developo., ing.· to' conform to the' image of the Son~this is the work that· is now to be accompli'shed~ . .

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G'l'enTh.StllG(;]es, o£ Mel1cy 110spita4, us; through, the medium of .~x- hours examining the portals.of intOI exile.. Pope. Gregpry die~ . . . . . celTent' prihts; the whole· panoChartres without exposing, onesat: Salerno. in. 1085. Pittsburgh, listed ten rules .Jior· a healthier a,tt~tud'e toward! rama of human art; from' the If t th "t f th l~fe. He pointed. out~hat the; d~velopment of good' physicaD most prirri.Ltive' times' to the most se 0 e cuno~l yo' e genTUESm:A.Y~St. Fhilip, Ner.i> health and!. rig:n1J mental attitudes woufd be a, substitute: staItlingly contemporary. These. ~es, or the l'lbaldlly o~ may' Confessor. Born iru Florence· in . t th . . l " t ' tJ: \u"c~s;, .. 1515\ be became a. t\Ltor in Rome fGr these .tranquilizers. - are no e ongIna S,;-l: IS,' ue;. . ~lthO\;lt. dlSC0untmg, the: .ad._ a. noblem·an'. T.J'e· d'e"oted h;. ,. . " . . . . but the differ~nce; for the J!I<?st f h al o.u' JIL ~ ~ 'lJ'he' ten rules are:: learru to) face reahty; ,learn to make;, pal't. is' frankly negligible; and.... van,tages 0'· t e .person .. VIew, leisure to, the, study of. theology. decisions:; develep sel:B discLpline;' be interested; in others;; . the" convenience m'ore. than ~r... ~he' .sudden. Impact of the m·154&: with,'l4l e01lllpani@ns he avoid hurry. in your work', learn to acceptdi'sapp.oin1iment ',,'. makes up. for--· any loss, realIty, It ~emalLls tl'Ue that the .' founded the~ Congregation- ef tlle modern who must. perforce' stay' 0rat .' IiI . n t ol1dained work, rest and' play in the proper balance.; have reasonable:" With, only modest means we at. borne is undeIno handi' .°1!Y'. l55;'CIi•. " ;hW:~: .·to. . f '. .such .' un· ~ e 'vl'a ,ory: was,"n~" ~. til un and common sense. g.oals in Life:;, develop a sense' of' humor;,' can, make' 9 .. o,.~. selecllOll,_.O··. cap, as. plagued him m the. geod .., ffi'" 11' . "'1' 158'" th ~. t t l d d!i 01<1: d~s. . . , . appro:ll:eU. 0 l;'l8'Yt un,.~, .~, avoid amateur psychiatry 'and see, a; docito1i' when you· need. ti:ct~:'~ a~~~'11lc:a~~c:r, e~" o~;. He' can discourse on the Eng::: but fOI! more· thaD! 3~1 !eQJ1s, Ml one . h b th . I 1'-'-· C th d al 'tll .,,_ was. the .center 01i l'eUg.louS, hie . . 'omes, e ey mansIOns or on y _UlU . a .~ 1'• . S .. WI . ~~I"'" ~ m Rome;; KnOWDJ aso the "Seeond . These rules are wise ones. When li"edJ in;· a, lilfe; that two-room' apartments. It· we· like: much. authonty as· the rIch ma~ A . tl' i Rome.'" St. Phili , takes"recognitioRl of' God and. the spil'itua~ make-up: 011 man, Flemish' ~rimitives we/can ha",e, who has seen them and' heard . pos e. o. " ' p then theYr shouJd lead to a balanced" and healthy life, thein· bM' the' dozen; if we, pJ;efe~' them, eXplaine<f by officious and ~ee:6~ 1595; and! was canonirred; . Chinese prints we can cover OUI.': _ obnoxious beadles; m .. At times there are, people who thiilk that amthat is walls with:. them in a,:profusion~ " Wol'ld'Museum Open_ W'E1')NESDAY~St.. Bede the necesaary'. :tIor good. mentai health is to be in: the' state. of that wouldl excite' the· envy of a, Tl'1ep.oint of all thi.s" as Andr, 'Venerabfe, COnfessor-IDodor. Ill. grace. The supernat,ural is builLon the n~tlJral~. however, Fenolloso. . :Malraux haSi pointedl o.ut in, his was: born. ih Wrearmouth, Eng,and the natural must. be balanced. and sound'. G'race is; no Amedca Leads discursive and· sometimes e;x;as- land, in 673· and' as'-a~ chJ.I<i' was substitute for normaky. While it i~ better to ,be holy than With every: passing year' the, p~rating..booK,The vo~ces of offered to the . Benedictine Abhealthy" tne- best sftuation is to be J;,oth.. . • '.' quality and. !range o£ these pro- . SIlence; .IS· that: the-_ wor~d musebey' of SS. Peter and Faul .at ducti9ns ar~' notably' improvedi,um' has. o?ene~ ou~ all. Its walls: Wearmouth-J~.I'1'0W'He was pr.a'and wheceas in times, g:one by'? For. the first time m. history the fessed there· under' the fOU1'ldelt, the art 'of" color printing' \Vas. or~mary m.an can- ]trow some.. St; Benedfct. Bi~coP".and" spent c0n1iint!d to, for.ei-gn, .clia.£tsmeIl',. thing; of. ulli.veI:sa1, art.. , . the rest of hiS hfe at the' abbey• .today .Amer}caJs taking the lead> . ~e' has, th: tools ¥I, acquire an ·He was ordainedl by St. J.ohn of in. \;Ir.iLw:i.n.cf, 1ii.\lltJa, tt.le: 1'Y.lt'1st f",.ttl;]"; mtImacy ":Ith. the treasure of Beverl:y and was' re no,w ned! as • fill,. andJ bdlliant, copyjng, of the: ~uman g~mus and an apprec;ia,,: scholar; The· Bill)!e, was l:ris: prin.01d Masters hon' of' what has' been accomicipal study.. His "Ecdesiastieal . . pUShed: under.' its: inspjl'ation. If .Hi'stol"}" of the- EnglliSh People" OF,F.l.CIAL. NEW.SPA.PER( ())F,: taE: O;JQCESE. OF F-AlllJ. 'U~ER 'Fhe,'same,'thing is tl'ue in the he cannot possess them as· pel"..' earned him: the tiJtteof Father ()f' . , /realm of music. The/Archbishop ; sona! pI'opellt:w he can still stor.e English Elistoryr. He:dicd!.in ,7,3/), .Published .weekly by The.(a:thom::P.ress; ot, the. ~ioceseot Fall River, 'of Salzburg employed. tn-e. Jus, mind', with their mea.!!ing em AscensiQUI E;v;e, . and, bioi, las&" "10'\ "'., 1:11'GIn dl'''' y,outh:l'ull Mozart his conceI't-: 'an'" magIlI'fl"Cence. . . '. worda" were the Glori'.. . ..... , ' ..""9.' .""venue .ase . I.L folli ~i¥er, MGlS1t.. 08 borne.5-7151. masteI';. . but: t~day, WoUg'l1ig~ WiheJleas; iiI; tne past a, tIlemen;. Amadeus plays, f()l;. us: in.. ou~ dOusI ef£Ont. was: neE!d.edl te gain P.-Cl8L1St:lfiRI ' own' homeS' at" the· turn· of'.,' some a£tiuaintance with, even 7 • 'ore 'onve:rts· . switch·:High.fidelity,fansare'·~. one.,partic.ular'field!of art, no.w· 'HOT"SPRINGS' tNC') - Sis . M ost Rev.. J.ornes, L. C.OMO II.'t,. D.O.; PhD. " . I . COl)J.ffion·. noW< as haseball en~U'-.:, the· whol'e .vast. ex.panse- ()pens first eommuni'cants· in a' class 8If C?ENER~lJ. MAIoN/.>.GER, A5SJ.~ .. G.I!fl4ERAL' ~ANAGER.' siasts,.L..andl. 1iiu"more' unreaSOlll-' out--befolle- hiin-. It is; his· own se:v;en, at St.. Gabdel's. Negl'o Rev. D.onie/: fi.. SbGlllool. M,A. . Rev,.. John, 11: Driscoll able .in their demands~· fault!. we he remains prov.incial in 'miSsion church' aue con\lerts. AU .' Yet ,without sacr.ificing.-any... the. sense, 0:1' cut off fr-om. the - are: members .of: the mis~ien ~ M~~GING .eD,ljIlORi .. tbipg~ of conscience :'after ttle-·· knowledge, amF/enj,oymentet· school --Whi~h Hi pl'edominaAtdlr fashion! off the, Fobber,' bal'ons. W': tb&, beato. .. . .. ' .lion-Catholic . .Hugh, J.. Goldcmi ' . .

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ST. JAMES $800 Rt. Rev. Hugh A. Gallagher. $200 , Mr. & Mrs. Philip 'Hemingway. , $50' Rev. Steph~n J. Downey, Rev. Edward C. Duffy, Rev. Albert F..' Shovelton, Mr. &;Mrs. John ' C. Martin. $40 ,}4r.. & Mrs. WiHiam Hendricks. $30 Agnes Tiernan. $25 , Mrs. Edward A. Arnett & John' · W. Arnett, Mr. & Mrs'. Hugh Barry, Mrs., C. F. Broughton, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Donaghy, A ··Friend. Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel Gifford, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Goulding, Anna Meehan. $20 Katherine Oesting, James L. Barrett, Nellie Fay; Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Gladu, Anna L. Kennedy. ' Mr. & Mrs. Eqward Kerwin,.~ Mrs. Margaret A. King, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Macedo, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Mackay, Mr. & Mrs. · Walter Martin. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Rogers, Mr. & Mes. George Sheehan, Clifton Sullivan, 'Mr. & Mrs. James A. Worden. ' $16 Elizabeth Crane, Mr. & "Mr:.

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ST. LOUIS (NC)-A $4G million dev-elopmenit program will'be launched' by St. Louis University, Father Paul C.

, FIRST 'ORDINATION: Col. William M. Keane kneels for the first blessing of newly-ordained Father P~us Ri in Chunchon, K<i>tea. Standing by is Columban Bishop Thomas, Quinlan who ,had just·ordained Father Ri. '

.Archbisho,p Asserts ,Block Bu~t,ers Foster Panic -for Personal Gain CHICAiGO (NC)-The Archbishop of Chicago says the gloomy predictions of whites about the impact of colored families moving into their neighborhoods often comes true .because whites make them come true. Archbishop Albert G. Meyer has tol,d the Presi-known as 'block-busters,1 men dent's Civil Rjghts Commis- who are accused of fostering sion a: chain of "gloomy and community panic in order to confused" predictions sweep- manipulate real estate prices !

ing through white neighbor. hoods often panics the p'eople and neighborhood institutions F. into acting "as though this soothsaying was demonstrated fact." The finishing touch to the dire predictions is' provided by the few individuals in the city

$150 In Mem@ry of Charles Vargas. $100 'Manuel J. Soares. $75 St. Vincent de Paul Soeiety. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION $50 $200 Rev. George E. Amaral, Rev Rev. A.IA. Castelo Branco. ' L'uiz Cardosa. "'$50 $!5 Rev~ . Manuel M. 'Resendes, Serafin Mello, Mr. " Mrs, Rev. James V. Mendes, Manuel Jo'seph P. Janeiro, Paul .Rezen- 'Goulart. . . des, Frank Silva Jr., , $2.0 $!O Daniel COl1deiro. ,·Mr. &: Mrs. Raymond Cabral; $15 .Joba Gracia. \ A.r:thur N.J: Frede.t,te. . $15 $10 .il'aime Cardoza, Mr. 'It Mrs. Manuel Rodrigues, Manuel J. J'oseph Rogers. ' Bettencourt, John GuilImette, $10 Hildeberto Bor;ges, J'illio Ruas, Mr. &: Mrs.. Antone Arr~da, ,Joseph Avila, Mr. .& Mrs. 'Eticlides Ca/bral, ,OlaudioI:>ra'. Thomas P. Barry, Mr. & J.I.:Irs. 'gon. Sylvester Sylv,ia, Joaquim B. William Barton, Mr. & Mrs. Goines, .Joao· B. Alves, Antone Ma'nuel Bettencourt &: Family. Mr. & JWrs. Manuel Cabral, OIi-veira,Charles Gonseca, ManMr. & Mrs. Manuel V. Camara, uel Perry, Elvira mamasie. TuJfn :to Page TeD ' Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Carreiro, Mr. & Mrs. Charles·W. Duponte, Mr. &; Mrs. Frank Edwards. Mr. & Mrs. John Fernandes, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Ferreira, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ferreira Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Edward Finni, Mr. &. Mrs. Frank Freitas. . Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Gracia, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Ollver, Irene Oliver, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Pa'0, eheco~ Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Pedroza. . 'TOOTELL .F Iera M. Roderick, Santos Bakery, Manuel Santos, Mary Silveira, -Mr. & Mrs. Manuel G. ~AL' ALBANESE. 'Prop. . Souza. Designing & Manufacturinc Milton Travers, Mr. & Mrs. I " ,1l0BESONST.. ,NEW ,BEDFORD Lawrence 'Vera, Helen Waish, ·Just :above Shawmut Ave. Mrs. Nancy WiHiams. WY 8-5142 '05,3-4074 Mr. & Mrs. Gil Amaral, Laur!nllla Andrade, Victorina Cotnoir, Mr. & Mrs. Antone DeMello Antonio M. DeMello. & Mrs. Walter Espinola, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Ferro, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Frariczyk, Marion Freitas Mark Greenleaf. Mr. & Mrs. Charles KIubowicz, Liberty Market, Mr. & Mrs. Nester Mesquita; Manuel F. Motta & Family, Mercedes & • . John C. Pitta. Charles P. Rose, In Memory of ,Theresa S. Rose, Joseph Masse, • NORTON In Memory of ·Mrs. Manuel' L. .oute ,123 Sr'J¥ia;. An~elina Vareal'

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artificially and thereby gain a profit," he said. The prelate said the answer to these problems is constructive cooperation between individuals, churches and business institutions. Had such planning tak-en place, he continued, "we believe .that many communities could have been stabilized so that a truly free'market (for homes) wouldhav'-' been created. A free market would have Permitted the entrance into white middle class communities of a proportion 9f Negro families who could only be considered an .asset in any neighborhood, H he ,..id.

Reinert, -S.J., uni:ver-sity president, annqunced here. Details oftheprogrcam were disclosed after the university received clearance to purchase land for a campus expansion in the Mill Creek'Valley area. . The drive will be headed by August A. ~usch, Jr., a nonCatholic who is board chairman of Anheuser-Busch, Inc., and owner of the 51. Louis Cardinals' baseball team. Mr. Busch said the ,initial fiveyear campaign will' seek $18 milliQ,ll. Half of this will 'be used to' develop an extension to. the university' campus east of Grand Boulevard. Though some of the rl:st of the sum to ,be raised dur. ing the fi~e ,years will be utliized for other ~capital improvements, most of it~$7,500,000will be used for operating needs, such as faculty salary iUCI'eases. The remaining $28 million in the $46 miHion pFogJ:am will be :raised .betw.een 1963 and 1968. It will be usec'aor ,additional capital and .operating ,improvements. .F-ather Reined said that three major buildings would be erected on the tract of land to be purchased by the university: a $1.1 million science ImildiI\g, a$2 million institute of technology and a $2.5 million student citizenship center. , He said ·the institute of technology would probably enabl~ _St. Louis UniveI:sity to.triple the numbe~of scientists it trains.

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By Mary TinleY'Daly ,, 'Round and 'round it goes, this~ "Good LuekPrayer." Where it 'comes out is anybody's guess-usually'in your mail box or in ours. Four times ilhas "been around the world," according to the accompanying letter.. (This is. :twiCe repeated, ~s though . .... , Ona note of pseudo-piety, it wer.ea very important like a scab on the clean skin of ' . · reason for sending the letter faith,. t.he. letter sanctimoniously . . \ on its fifth trip.) Next time, instructs us to "send no money",

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'we' hope, it may"go into outer just copy :the' messagk, send it· 'Vice-President, . Mrs. John T.·. " on, sit back' and await· the , sp'a'ceo . ; '. Crowley; Secretary, Miss .MarThe "prayer" itself -is· innoc- "fourth' day" when 'our own:· garet ..Tansey; Treasurer ·Mrs. U ous enough, "luck" will 'rel:\ch us by mail. Joseph T. Canniff.· . though" hardly Opening of a.first ·"Good· luck · . what we', think Prayer" .in . the morning ~ail, Registrars, 'Miss Maureen F. · of ·as prayer. It primordial instinct is. to la'tch' ~leare, . Miss Jeanne· ~enaud, read s: "Trust. onto" that catch-phrase "good ,Miss Mary Soares,.· Miss Elizathe .Lord with luck" with a sense of gratitude . beth. J. 'Shay, Miss Barbara all 'thine heart. •that someone wished it for you. Dunn. In all things acSomehow, deep within the . Miss 'Yolande Bruneau, Mrll. ....-'1tnowlerlge H i n i h u m a n brain,' buried in its sub. Frank.S;·Plichta and Mrs. Jamea / and He 'will di": . coriscious, is the primitive in:;. . R. Daley. recto thy path." stinet for witchcraft-the good. Directors, Miss Elizabeth MeEnd of prayer. luck, bad-luck omens that re- _ Ardle, Mrs. William J. Maloney Tpen, in sudlieve us of reliPon'sibility for our . and Mrs. Arthur J. Shea. ' · den, stark conown actions. Actually, 'this is"a Trustees, Miss Alice C. Har· trast-to the exhortation;' "Trust denial of our God-gIven free . rington, Mrs. Eugene J. Pontiff ,the Lord," comes the addendum: will.: . .'. ··Jr., Mrs. David W. Boland, Mrs. "This prayer' has been sent to Reading the' letter. to .the end,' Charles Burke, Miss. Hogan· and · you . for good luck ... (around we realize .that this:is. no. 'Mrs. Edmund F. Sullivan. ~ the world business .. , and the panacea for our troubles..It's HONOU MOTHERS: Junior Daughters of IsabellaNo. The nominating' committee one who broke it had bad' luck ridiculous. Sending. it on? Rea-- 71 entertained their nlothers following Living Rosary held . included Mrs. William E. White, ,0· . . . . You are to have good luck son and faithta-k'e,over·:·.. the Daug'hiers of Isabella, home in New Bedfor.d.·' chairman,.Mrs. Edmund F: Bagfour days after receiving it. This S~IiJ.ii~~.ls.'~asY.,.' . . '. ..,' w.· . . . • . - rey, Mrs. Raymon'd J. Connors, .IS no JO . . k'e:.. Y oU WI'11 receIve ' , . ' p.',riscilla S.ha.''rp,' president of the J·uni.or o.rgani.zation. (r,ig.ht.) . Mrs.. MartinJ; McDonald and the What"to do' .wIth .such letters? . . . . . . . I • _ood luck by mai~:" , . We .spoke' fo:;j:prfest '~about'" IS shown pourmg. for (left to rIght) Mrs. FranCIS SullIvan, 'Mis~ Marion ~. fahey. '.', Surprise Windfalls ,.this. ':Whjr,'tEilir' .them 'lJP,;~f ,'PriscHIaDaprato, 'vice-p!esident,' an 9 her. mother, Mrs. . Wi.II Remain Mode·rotor.· '.,":" By· inferenc~,:.the·:'''luck'' course!" he 'la'ughed. . . . George G. Sharp. . '. . ~ms :·tied; ~p' wit~ "receiving This common sense viewpoint· . '.' . ." ... '. . ".' ."/ '. His Exc~lle'ncy;'-theMos.t.Re~-; ; .... , "money. 'That's 'good luck, all .~isp~ls the ,paga~istic/, luckr-,New-Bedfo'rd Circle'D ere~djanies i.·Gerrard,' V:G~' .:right, 'but.tlle·la~sof econoJiiicl' eharm"fantasiadhat, might now"""" . .... . . . . • . ' ... . ... ",,~ ... ·,·~ill 'continue as 'mOderator~ or ,; · being . :what 'they are, surprise -and thenensI1al'Eteve~·~ne~oS-·.. V rid the N':!wBe~ford;~at~o~i~-W~m:'''windfalls' '~an :,.:hardlY be' eJt-' lessed of the True "~Ith. '... .... . . . . . . . . ,. . >. .:.. ,en's 'Club In sp,te of l,'JIS. ~ew " :peeted. t6happen sO e"a~ily':;' . ·.",ust . read.,tllat, letter, 'again' '.~~enty m~mbers of ',Juljior Harrl.ll.· Elizabeth MacKay. arid '. duties as' auxiliary ·of 't~ m. "'After~-the ~fo,nise'of '''gOod when 'I!nd'if:it comeip~to(Yo~·Circle1'lo;·'1l,Dl\ti.ghterso~·Isa-.KatherineMarr.·' ;'.:.: ·'ocese.·' . , , ' , . ' .>:: -, ',hI'ck", .w~ a.r~ t01.d,<""i.th·'._.nair' .fro.m ·'a:~.;~e~..l,.·-:3P.e....a~.,i~,. ~.·.,/~f..r...ie.~d.,;bella, tookpai't iilli L1ving:6.os-"!'" ~', . . ' . . . " . : , . Thhtwasarinouii'ced . .. .. 1awn . '0... f' t'h' D ..~'.. f"'I MISS. S.harp·" Mr's: Leteildre' and" '.organization's . '. . ... " .. ' .. , ..... r ..'. , . 'of·lolemll' author-Ity,'fThe'ori- '.'N 0 te t h a t even .4 h e·;·""ords' of the ary " ont " ,.e' '. e ann;Ual' :·J.n~eting, · ginalcame·;ftom. ;the' :Neth~r';;. ,"~prayer':are at' '~arla!1c~; with . Clubhouse, 11 ~obesori ·Str,eet, . MisS Priscilla DaPrato, . viCe',. atwhich:ilew officers" "ver~ .. : ' laildS.'! .~ "the ensuing~~ain letter/and its,. Ne~ ~edford, . .?n S~ndayafter': . , president served aSJ~ouJ:ers;'i';' elected.''''TheY'.i~Cliid.e:.. ¥rli...:·;:,:·· ~'whQt?' ".,.. .. Ulreats,};:: ~"·:', ,.. : ,noon, asa Dlg\1hght .of the '-Assisting'Miss SDill,p..wh6~a,~uiB·L.-·Dumont, .. pr~sldenl; . Vte.f;rr.sipOrnaS.y.L··e·O.rf,.--..•...-po:~pim!J'.lial.a. ~ :a.ehafeinw";,' "~a:'Tr·tr,~. st>~.:'ror.:.:.:.·.. ~• ~.f.w.':. ,:,t~~~:~l} ,·th,Hle:.' ':.annu~u.:Moth~!'s'Tea. .-.. ' . ' .generalchairman were'co~tih~ii"::M:rs; Vin-centJ:'·Worden, 'I~r~ ". : r let ".., , ." ",'Miss.Priscilla . ,Shar.>, p're~i;'men Misses: .. Ma~tti~·,SiiWYail,· ~vice·. president; M~~,~ LeO 1:.. st. . " , ~ars ago,:was stIpposedJy simn- . . .. Sur~ly,'trustiri;< Him meanli. dent, introduced speCial- guestS . Foods;~.Mis:S Dapr.ato< ariCl"'S~-:, Aubin-; ,second vice president. :.' '.' .-: · lored by •.cofl1muni,ty of Sisterl::·the 'spufningof superstitution:" present: the White Sisters, Mrs. sanne Stager,·Cleart..:up;Patri«:ia . : Also .Mrs. WilliamN. )Vhel.a~ ;Th.is .was _later . . prov.ed ,false. . ~'Thou :~' sbalt ''!9t--:. ~ave .~-jstJ:ange-.;::· Carolyn, . B. Manning, :past .Na-" ':Scotti "Hostesses·"" Aillie "-Morri~'> ,.:. 'Jr.,. . :~recording: .'secr-etary; .' ·Mr~ . ."., To . go. back to '~ .thec~rrent 'gods before' Me:!'.. ';,This ,,;ci'false" ii~nal 'I\egent of. die" ·Daughters .. sey, . becoration~; . Joyi:eRi>UI, ~ '. &lan·d . F. Mathieu, correspond;- .... main letter: W.e ·~re·tol'd to'cOPY; ·.gQd"apPear* in the f~rm of •. " Isabella 'and Mrs. . Ernest El,lt'ertainmerit,. al'i4 .'.' '~tge,.jrig,·secretary;:Mrs... Thom~B. 1\ ,it,','insert'oiJr: name-at the· bot- >leiter: ' . . . ' ·;.':>;'c·; ..,. Letendie,'Regent ·ofHYacinih:'eomrhittee.· . ~rry,p'eastirei' .. tom, cross' off·the··top name ,"but' ".Break, the. cbairi"";and your . ·Circle· No.'. 'n,' as well as Miss .; ... :' . remember.' it"" send the 'original "good luck:' 'wiU'~i>m';:not "on Martha A. DO\,lglas;·.Director 'of ---'"!'"!'~"!"'-_ _~~---.;.. ---~--.badly battered copy arid four . the fourth Aay':/but" ;~ily as the Junior Circle andMilis F r a n _ : O A U G H T E R S OF..ST; PAUL .. Iavi" ·you... ·.i,I., /14-231 ~ .labor ' ; .. · other copies ·to friends. whom ....He. will direct' thy pa'th:t,..'-•.:.,·",·r.': ·ces·· Silv.eira,co·un·selor. Other 'we would' wish .good luck. . . ,In other words, .take a~chairi;., .counselors are Mrs. '. W i l i ' i a n i C h , i a t ' i ira.1 vi".y~'d cil .an. Ap"'~tI4!. ef' . .. .' 'Come the' ominous';'examples: break! .. '.'.,.. , . .Rogers, 'Mrs. Richard Manning, Editio....:· Prell. Radio, MoviesalHlTele-' .. '. . . . . .. ~~)Ii, '. With· the... moder'; ",_ft., ~ ~ :. general whl!. "received $17,000 ",-Jr. and Mrs. Edgar A. F. Langis: .isiion~;y 'Silte" bring Cl"ist·•.Docin . three.'daYs· '8fter receiving it :.Final· Cana.Conferencf! Entertainment included vocal te ciII, ,egis;dlel' af ,eice.colOr '., _ _: . . :(the'p~ayer), another '. gemir~l' . . solos by Misses 'Joyce Dickens' . Fer htformatian write tel ... . .w ho· r~ceived$8;000 but '.'lost it At Somerset·Sunday' .. 'and Joyce Strong accompanifxI h!;" . REV. .MOTHER SUPERIOI ... because he broke,the chain." cThefourth Cana 'Gonference,- ·by ·Miss 'Joyce Rolli and accor- . .~• . SO ST. ·I'AUL'S AVE, BOSTON 30. MASS.' A~ait Fourth Day , last of the present series;'wiU' be . dion. selections by Mis~. Nancy · . Looks as; though geHerals··inheld at the Somerset. To.wn Hall' . Rolli. Members of·the Sewing 'the Army hav.e ,as' much trouble at 8' P .. M.--SuiJdlly sponsored by Class whO modeled clothing they. · hanging onto.-~ their thousands the Somerset: Catholic Women's:had Jrtade: under the supervi-' ·as· ~e d~' with our' smaller Club.. . . .sion of-Miss. Silveira were Misses' :monies, We seriously doubt if The 'married,cou"ples:will he;ir Susan GaZdik, Patiiciil Regis, . · the .holding or losing of such an explanation of the 'nec'essary ,Martha and Ellen Roche, Nancy sums had anything to do with qualities' for unitY- between hus;their writing out this drivel and· band and wife from the' natural· Neighbors' -Nigl)t :plaguing their friends ""ith it. . and supernatural .viewpoint. . Hyacinth. Circle No, 71, New L1nLE . ONES THIRST FOR . TRUTH Conference under the Dioce- Bedford Daugliters .of Isabella, 'San-Family I;if~ Bureau:will'be will participate in Neighbors'" You. too ci:Jn win souls by'teaching'with ·the Sisters of St. conducted by ·Rev.· AntIiony M:'·· ,Night' . Tuesda~', May 26, at Gomes of SantO"Christo Church Moose Hall. Miss Evelyn Hen..Joseph in the \Fall River Diocese, and even as for os South. . and \ Rev> R~ginald :M. Barrette dricks was installed as Second ern ~ouisiana am'ong' the colored and white population of St. 'Roch's 'Church, both' of Guide. at -ibe business meeting. .Fall River. The conference will conclude with a"question period and a social hou'r, All married co~ples,'of the REV. MOTHER PROVINCAL, SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH area are invited tOo.attend. 0

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SACRED HEART, ST. JEAN' BAPTISTE, NORTH ATrLEBORO FALL RIVE". The ~ilgrimage to the.- LaSalThe following were' elected 01_ ette Shrine in Attleboro' will ficers at 'an organization meetFORT LAUDERDALE (NC)· leave from the Church tonight iog of the CYO: catholic women wri-tersan'd art· at 7' o'clock under the directic;m Paul Martin, president; Jean i~ are urgently needed in radio of Roland Tondreault. . Caron, vice-president; Susan and television.. , .' . ." Landry, secretary; Paul BerUbe, The Ladies of st. Anne's treasurer. . Mary Harris, director of proSodality' will sponsor a Sprillg gram service for McCann-ErickFashion Revue Tues·day.....e vlmh'lg Rev. Rene. R. Levesque ·is· mod. son; Inc., New 'Xork; told ,the at 8:30 in the Parish Hall: :Mrs.erator. Adult' advisors' are AIfirst convention·of the Miami Lionel Lallier is_ chairlady. of bert Talbot, Edmond .Vidal;Mrs. Diocesan Council .of Catholic 'Armand . Theroux. and . . Mrs. the event. The' , entertainment·.. Women, that ·Catholic women d I b' El .. " nd Oscar,cPhenix. . ,, wIn indu e so os y'. ame a The" . Council of Catholic . are needed to offset· the deluge Pauline Ringuette with Lillian Women hold a public May_ of material. ,frDm 'contributors ,Labrie as· accompanist.- . basket whist at 7:30' Sa'tUrday "who' believ.e in" the wrong things, . or v..orse yet, won't beST. :JOHN' THE BAPTIST.. evening, May 23, in the parish ·lievein ah"ythingat all." , · NEW BEDFORD hall. A mystery ride IS ptanned' . · TheCdtholic 'vlarrian, Miss . The' Women's Guild wil1.'>serve _ fo~ ~onday, June 8,. with Mrs: Harris' said, brings .to her job . a. bam and.bean, supperjn·,:the WIlham Bell as' chaIrman.. "the:' ide~tical 'set" of values .' Parish ·Hall.Saturday·eveQ.ing ·at ST. ANTHONY'S; whi<:h ·,she'wouid use i~·. the 5~30 under the' chairmanship :of MATTAPOISETT · insurahcebusiness,departnlent Mrs. AiIgust"Avila. , . ' . , Rosary and Altar Society~.for · store,"or lmrsing 'P~ofession," an'd ",lVIrs.·'L·ewis Mc,Donald, .chai,rthe. coming year are Mrs.COil_. · she -uses them "in exactly the . 'man has.am10unc~d.thata public stance. Kubiski, president; Mrs. . . .same~ay, in personal contaCt whist w'ul fqilow the s4Pper at Virginia. Carvalho" vice~presi- -:- .: NCCY~ORATORY WINNERS: "The Teaching MIssion or conduCt, in ocCupation ethics :8 o'clock'. . dent; Mrs: 'Mary Hales, secre-6f the Catholic Chureh'! was the topic of the fifth national · and in time -.fcl'isis or disaster." ST. JOSEP'H'S, · t a r y ; Mrs. Betty Burns, treas. I' d b th N t' Ie '1 f Miss 'Harris said theCathoHc . urer.. Mrs. Murray DeCoffe was" orlltOrt.ca . contest .sponsore ,e. a IOna .. ouncI.O woman .meets her competition ·FALL' RIVERchajrm~rC .. of....the bominating :Cathohc. Yollth, DlOcesan Section.•PICtured WIth trophIes 'e:tn ·its own terms,' tNes 19 give More than 100 'patishioners I have signed up for the Polio .committee. are firstplace'wiimers, JosephWoeIfe; from Diocese of 'Se~ndal 'fo' one, and makes Clinic to be conducted. in the ,.F,inal ~ctivityof the season• Buffalo, and Micheie'Metrinko of the ArChdiocese of. N e:w her beliefs manifest' withOut · SChool Thursday 'night; ··.lI4,ay ,28; will i)e, a~nq~et Wednesd~y, Y:ork,NC Photo; . trYing: . .. June 10, at the SlIver Gull, wIth· _ '. ,. .,:Pt. feg,istrati9? peri<;>d l\asbe~n . ',' . l' .' tc ' , ' . . . . ..

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McIntyre, Mr. & · that in' the book he will be & Mrs. P.Saunders, Mrs: Pem- Mrs. R. Molieo, Mr & Mrs. Emile . depicted showing the .shrines of berton Nye. . ., Monfiis; Helen Moore. Rome t6his ~nine-year-old '. •$42 . In memory of J. Edward· & nephew, Jerome F. Cunningham, :.Johll N. PoweU. .FlorenceE.---Moore,. In memory , ..\ of Mr. & Mrs. 'John P~ Moore; . . . III. ·The.photographs are, being ,$30 '" , AT, SEMINARY DEDICATION: l\Yenty-fourarch-,' ta.ken by 0 Yo~s~f Karsh ..'~ . '. :Neil C.' Fit~ge.ra~d,.JohnB~' Mr.. & Mrs. C. Morse, Mr. & '. Shea"Mr.. ~ Mr~. JphnKenney,. !VIi's. FrancisJ.Muidoon: Mr. & .bishops and bishops attended 'the dedication' 'of the $3500 _. Ottawa,. andBntl,~h~ t~~,::el . a!cl000 'sf T'h . ' . . . ...... .. : . , . ..1 " . thor H. V. Morton· IS wntmg the Kr.. & :M'rs.R. Richards;·, ,.' :;Mrs,: L~wl,'ence.MullaneY. . " :: . . .om~s· th~ .Apost~elV1aJOr Semmary, :I~enm.or~, ';coo;mEmtary. . . " The Burke Family.. ' : ,., " .Mr. & Mrs. J. Newby, Mr. & Wash. . ,. mcludmg HIS. Emmence,'. James .FranCIS Cardinal I't' . M' K '.. ',' . : , '., $Z~'" '. . . Mo,rBs.·... A.~ H' ~unes'L ,. Eoli~Ba~eth It' (' t) . L' ..' . . '.. . . . . , '. . was r. arsh who did the Elizabeth Cassidy, Mary' Dow. pen, . e , e n . . . rlen, '.M c '!-. yre . cen er of oS/Angeles,:·.Archbu;hopThomas A . photography of BishOp Sheen neY, Anna ·M.. Driscoll,' Mr.··& James: J;. O'Brien Jr., Connolly of. Seattle (left) and Archbishop. Edward D.. · ·for the book "This is the Mass.;' Mrs;E.Harrington·,AnnaMeade.' 'Mary T. O'Brien; Mr. & Mrs. Howard.of Portland.' NC. Photo.' . Jerome Cunningham' app~'ared Mr & Mrs M' J Norton & W. O'Brien;' Mr. & Mrs: C.' . . '.' in '. the book' as the Bishop'• ., '. . , ..' O'Leary,. Gayle' P,a.radis, Dorserver. · Family, Helen &. Elizabeth ' Lawrence Lamarre, Mr.. & Mrs. Joseph Phelan, Mr: & Mrs. · O'Connor, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas .~o!hy:..A.Peers. . Osborne, Mr. & 'Mrs. Charles . Mr.&..Mrs. Zigmond .Peret, C. Lanagan. . 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Theodore,Mr. &·Mrs. grants an.d stipends under its Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin DePiro: Finni, Mr. & Mrs: Thomas\Foye, Kathryn R. McCarthy, Mr. &' Merton'Walker.' provisions; 'is '''unnecessary and $20 . . Mr: &; Mrs. Ernest :G8QZ, ,Mr. & Mrs.. W. K. ·.Mc?onald, Mr. &: ,.' Mr.-& Mrs.P~t~rW.ilrd,Mary inappropriate." Mrs. Alan Campbell .Mr. & Mrs.M. Griffith's.. '. Mrs., J. McGmnls & Jean, Mr. ·T.· Winsper, Mrs:' . Kathleen. . "The patriotism,. loyalty and. ,:Mrs. Edward Ry·an. ". ' ; : .,;:.. Mr,.'&·Mrs;··Owen Hackett, &. ·.Mrs. A.~cMullen,Mr.,.& ,.'Zwi.ers, Mr..'& Mrs: Jo!m:Zygiel". integrity, of our students in'. our. . ~Mt.s.·. ~atherine BudkieY.i '.Mr: ,¥r. &:Mrs; '!~hn ,Harney, Mr, & .Mrs...J. J.I.1c.QUlI~an& F~milY.. Mr.~, :!\Irs..Bradl~y Tabei:'.., . colleges and universities are, a &, Mrs. ,R.:Ford; .. Mr.:·&:,Mrs.. : Mrs; M: FI3yes; Mt:&'Mrs. Wil- .'. Joseph Megglson,Ohve Meg- .. 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M~I~y,.'Mr... ~ ~Urrai, Mr. ~ Mrs,' Aro:e,J:'ico ;Mi-s.. ,Fergli~· B8Itoh; Anp:a "M: ,.., " :.': ".-, .::l4:r..' ·~~~r!l(jaine~.~oin~skei; .. s. J:; Mallpi!,lg~: Marg~~et 'Man;'; OlivaL.. ' .' ,. ... .' .' . Brady" Mr:',~ "Mrs.' ~. ·:Biittilm.. ,r--~,,!"!.~,..- -....- -....",!,,,~.-;.-,. ~ ". : ! • , . :.r,.;&;¥r.~ .. John. Dilxbury, ·The·: .. nmg, L017tta Mee;;Mr.:&:,~rll. . Mr, &, Mrs:' .rames ·O'Neil,.·~r.,I.,.• ; ":. Turn ito .p32'~ Elnell" ..,:';, :~: .·:·T:.. 0.' . . .:,'MisSes HanIiigan,Mr.. E; i.Har:' " Jqseph'¥~llo..· ..... ' . .'& Mrs"Th!>mas Parker Jr., Mrs. . ' ' ; ' " .:,' " . ~, ,~ r~9gton5.J,r·:;":G·e~rg~·.#ar~irig~6.~.·: ~~, ~ Mrs,'Frank pe~rYf~rs. John Patten, Mr. & ,Mrs. Jam~s , .. ' .... Shrln~ t~ Open; :,. ". ,,'5',., .: .:. ~'" ,~. ,.,' ...'. Mrs:.' Catherine., B:ay~s,Mr:,& "ghdlP 'Pr()c~er; Mr..·&Mrs.·A'. ·Payne ,Mr. & Mrs. A. S, Peder-.'. 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Hamel. Mrs. Lucien Bernique, Mr. '" tion for, recruiting an~ trainin, $50 Mrs. Mathias Poirier, Mr. &;-Mrs. lay missionaries.. . Mr. A: Mrs. :Maurice Danse- Arcade Marcoux, Mr. &; Mrs. The 21 new members include lIeaU, Mr. &; Mrs. Marcel Roy. Adrien Charpentier, Mr. &; Mr.: both single JIIleIl and married $35 Alphege Rol?itaille. , Mr. It Mrs. Raoul Mathieu. eouples. Mr.' &; Mrs.-James Coggeshan. $35 In the group U'e five teacher.. 'Mr. &; Mrs. Origene Coulombe, Mr. A:' Mrs. Herve Couture, Mr.·&; Mrs. Ernest .Menard, Mr. a building contractQl', a journal'_I': &: Mrs. Anic>ine 'BertTand, &; Mrs. Hem'i Fredette, Mr. &;, 'ili; a social worker, and agricul'Mr. A: Mrs. Edward' Melanson, Mr's. Jean Luc Parent.' , ' tural expert; two credit· uniOll ,Miss ;Lucille Allain, Mr., &: .Mr•. Mr. ; &; Mrs. 'Walter Midura~' specialists and, 'among the 'wives, ,Louis Vaudry Sr. ' , . ,'" ':,. two .nurses. Most new membeN Mr. &; Mrs. Alfred Bernard,Mr.. NEW MISSION POST IN 'BORNEO: Father Eugene will $3Z , ," &; Mrs, Firmin T6ibault,. 'Mr, &; '.serve hi Chile Or ·Mexico. , • • 6: Mrs. Allred Boucha~. Mrs. Leon Branchaud, Mr. ~ W. Lynch, S.M.M. (left) ofJack~nHeight8, N.Y., has been ,$20 " named the 'first American' M&ntfortFather assigned to the Mrs. Marc Demanclle. _ Mr. &; Mrs. Donald LeBlaBC, David Parent, Mr. &; Mrs. Deo Vicariate of Sintang on the island of Kalimantan (Borneo). . WASHINGTON (NC)-Msgr. IIII'. &; Mrs. Francois Bouchard, 'Br'unette, Mr. &; Mrs. Theophile The '3,500 sq. mi. Vicariate is the first foreign mission post Raymond J. ·Gallagher,. an assistMr: &; Mrs. Omer U. Grenon, . Arguin, Mrs. Emma' Lefebre, tobe undertaken by the UnitedSt,ates Province of the Mont- ,ant director of Catholic CharDaniel & Miss Yvonne Gardner, Mr. &; Mrs. James Medeiros. ities of the Cleveland diocese. fort Fathers. Father' Cornelius M. Heiligers; S.M.M. (right) has' Mr. &; Mrs. Theotime Leblanc: Mr: & Mrs. I,.aurier Audette, been named' Catholic eoFamily of Donat Labrie, Mr. Mr. &; Mrs. George H. Wilkin- Montfort Superior General congratulates Father Lynch. ordinator for the 1961. White A: Mrs. Thomas Bourassa, Mr.. &; 'son, Mr. & Mrs. Abel Hebert, NC PhOto. Conference on the Aging. ;Mrs. Anthony Paiva, Mr. &; Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. George Sleight, Mr. ,Albert Roy. & Mrs. Joseph Dufresne. $18 Michaud , . &; Mrs.' Arthur Eugene : Mrs. LeOntine '. Gallant,' Mr.MI:. & ,. .' $15 ," ,.... Mrs. G'eorges Mi'chau'd,: Mr."& 0: I 'b~ .been wid 0; in SODg alld SWry (ot II long lime.:" Ul:nl:yet·, Mr. &; Mrs. Paul Renaud, Mr. 'Mrs. Pail! Bernique, Mr.. &'Mrs. " LONDON' (NC)-The ni a 1n .'. . We· tbink "or tbe fields orciotloD we seem toiJilagine bapp,. "'& Mrs.'Leopold Mathieti.,'¥rs.James Kelley. ' . danger to" western civilization. .' bapp,' peoPIe'workinc outiDt'" ··~umiria Lamontagne; Mr. & Mrs. \,. Mr. &; Mrs. Raymond " St. is ilo't thehYdr~gen age, but ,the ,'.:' OpeD ail' ••• singiq au the da,:'.•'. ," . Arthur Seguin, Mr. . & 'Mrs. Pierre Mr. & Mrs. Arthtl'r Fie- threat that'it is falling into "the.." oJ' delicbted wnb their work. Tbis mar · Philippe Mathieu.' :c~~tte: Mr. & 'Mrs. Norrna;1] Fau-satrte'mllterialism as Soviet Rus.,. be die eue. iD some plaees, bat'.,it .., Mr. &: Mrs. Hector' Tetrellult'.cher, :Mr. &,t; Mrs. W~lfridDu- 'sia,only 'in: a more' "decadent 0 'oertaial, ill DOt Rue" $IJle Jields" . ..fresne; Miss Rita Maranda': form." , .. ' to be KeD a& TeueDei (t;Ua~: ·.... &;. Mrs. ~udger.· Robfda: ," · , . , , .. ' $1~' " M~. &; Mrs..;Leo Cour~manche, " B ish 0 p .Jottn Murph,y ,of ,. .. opia)..CoU9Dbas, reG.tI, ",D, ~ ;,1 1Il': II: Mrs. Maurice·Desha~es. 'Mi; '&;' Mrs. Raymond Methot, Shrewsbury has said those ~ho' , &rodueed·bere as a ~~ e( 'II'pPGI:~ .. $11'··1, ," - - :··Mr.. . l.. Itt "Mrs. Emile- _Saulnier, v· joi.n prot~st.marches against. ijle_ OR; ror ,Iae ••tioaa) eooDOmJt _aDd ~ , , • • . Alexin' Cormier. -'Louls P... Lefebvre,: Mt;' &;' Mrs. . hydrogen' bomb. are m'archi~1 ' II Rill ill UIe uperimetl.al Race . $10 , . Armand Tanguay. against thewrorig. p~ople. ,. Valort_atel, &be people are 110& ill. Mr.. A: Mrs. Philemon Munroe, Mrs. Juliette Cormier, Raoul 'tit U.L 1l1'-<L-l.Uu..:...M .. !~ ,alae "eJlperhaeDtal "ace"-aD4I ~ .. 'p 'hi ·.·Asserting the, West is "super._, ' - ' - 1 " ' - 1 1 I 8 eel rood' ._ohi';· ~ .... '-a.-ISe • Ii' w _r. A: Mrs. amp.e Leto\4r- LaPlante, Mr. &; Mrs; Roger ,naturally, civilized,". and ,that it "-tlJtom.r.tChttim ' D e .' a.... D, ,a_. -.. ,I', o· neau, Mr.. &; M~s. Ludger Va- Piche, Mrs.. Emma Harr,ell" Mr., rr .' 'eYer. lbeit bitll it 10 skOD, ... tiler ' ' 1 ' is, through t,he, Christian t r a d i ' Ou L d' .a. . . . . ' rieur, Mr. &: Mrs. Ro and Gobeil, ,.& Mrs. 'Roland D'oucet. feel dIe.etA 01: 1', or s preKDee !linon, _em ' . •eeD,I, tion and discipline that ,'!the .a._ d .- II eba-l Tbe, willi ow.. Mr. A: Mrs. Rene L'Heureux. '''''''r''.· "&;' Mrs. Stanislas Legere, . : at. '8..n .... , . Mrs. . . 'A'1bert , . I n L ord·.a. e m' " C· a'8 . ',''ou belp' ill "·Mr. '&; Moquin, 'Mr.·& Mrs. Roland Salvail, Mrs. ,", bloom, of. ,Western c.ivilization ... oome, _-_ - ,Ii ve ,am. :& .•... .Ulem . Mr.':&:" Mrs. 'Raoul TetTeauit, 'Aline' 'Hebert, . 'Mrs;Corihne has developed," the Bishop, e~n- , . ' • ." .work! "'be eost oIa eomplete cbapel will be 55.001. 'Mr. ok' Mr~. 'Adelard Breault, '. Maranda, Mrs. Maurice Marcoite.tinued; . " lU:MORIALDA Y IS A TIME TO THINK 01' THOSJi:'WH~ Mr. A: Mrs. Philodore' Trahan, .' ':Mr'. &; Mrs. Ligouri' Girard, "There are' two ways of de.' HAVE GIVEN. TIIE'IR LIVES FOR OUR COUNTRY.: THIS . ; 'Normand Lussier. . : Mis. 'Sylvio Cote'. 'Mr. &; Mrs. ,stroying this civilization. , . J YEAR' LET Os DO MORE THAN SPEAK OF·THEM , "',' I Mr. ~ l\iIrs. oIoseph .~achnick,: 'Leorice Methot, Mr. &; Mrs~ Eloi, ", "One is to drop a bomb on it, LET US HELP THEM BY HAVING MASS OFFERED FOR, Mr. ~ Mrs. TheOdore Girard, :'Caron, Mr; &; Mrs. L~utier Mar- a~d even then}f there are a few ., THEM 0'• • • YOUR MASS OFFERINGS WILL HELP THOSIl;" Mrs. Emma' Courtemanche, Mrs. . Coux. " ..' human roots remaining, it eould WHO HAVE'DIED AND AT THE ,SAME TIME HELP YOUR Albertine Boucher, Mr. &; Mrs. Mr. &; Mrs. Alfred W. Sylvia, - 'grow a g a i n . ' . MISSION ARIES. Aldege Cote. Mr. &; Mrs: Gerard Bergeron, "And the other war is' to ' Mr. &; Mrs. Pius Allain, LeoMr. &; Mrs. Napoleon Poirier; ,attack its very roots, which is THE DA Y IS ALMOST HERE when thousands pold Dion, Joseph Dansereau, Mr. & Mrs. Lucien Masse, Mr. &; 'precisely the. attack which is 01 hapP7 refugee children will be lln.i.ed to Mr. &; Mrs. Willie Brizard, Mr.' Mrs. Roger Renaud. .' being mounted today by the agOur Lord iD 'be Blessed Sacrament rOI lbe yer7 ftrst time. Tbe lives 01 ·tbese poor cbil· &; Mrs. Edouard Bertrand, Mr, & Mrs, Thomas Weaver, nostics, the materialists, the dren baye known but little real jo;r. CaD Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Hod~on, Mr. & Mrs. 'Armand Fredette, neo-inh~llectuals, without any'OU belp tbem k) make First Communion & Mrs. Louis Poirier, Mr. &; Mrs. Aurore Levasseur, Mr. & .onl;! p~cking' up a banner and Da," a lime 01 perfect bappiness. $10 will Mrs. Hilaire Tremblay, Francois Mrs. Gerard Bernier, Mr. & Mrs. marching." , outfit a ahUd for First Holy Communion and W. Boyer, Joseph MarchesSault Edmond Vieira. 811 his day with JOY, Can you help ONE'r.hild? ST. THERESA'S. &; Family. Mr. & Mrs. Laurier Cormier, $250 , Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Cardiel', Mrs. Sarah Cravel, Mr. & Mrs. MAr IS 1'HE MONTH OF LIFE .• ',. in the beauUlul dan 01 Rev. William E. Collard: : Mr. &; Mrs. Eugene Plaud, Mr. Normand Gendreau, Mr. & Mrs. Ma, we lief) tbe Iile of the earth begin anew as thougb tbe $120 & Mrs. Philla1'l Jodoin, Mr. & John Gaudet, Mr. &'Mrs. Rayworld were ,jus. beginning. MIKHAIL and Ronald Loranger. Mrs. Eugene Labbe, Mr..& Mrs. mond ·Leblanc. \ PAULOS wisb lo devote themselvN ... $100 Fred Paquin. Mr,. & Mrs. Robert Cormier, bringing tbe Dew life 01 crace:lo .the soul. Confirmation ClasS, William Lea Lemaire &- FamilY,Mr. &; Charles Dansereau, Mr. &; Mrs. 01 men. Tbey wisb to ~ priests 10 tbat' Bela·nger. Mrs. Louis Leblanc, Mr. & Mrs. Laurent Antaya, Mr.- & ,Mrs. Leo through lbeMass aDd the Sacrameats 'be Frobe Caron, Mr.. & Mrs. RayPelletier, Mr. . & Mrs. Henri $50 life. 01 . God,. ,tbe life Or Graee ,o~ , brAD,., mond' handiw" ,'J,'he1V,lisses' Piche;'" Tardif. ' . '. Rev. Clement F ..Duf9ur. ,: D~W etrenctll, and .Dew .collrage'k) 't~e !naQMr. & Mrs. Theodore Mag,. ,< ,', $25: ." .. .. . poOr ,~,eople'.' or Iraq' ·.'bo, k.BOw ~im. D~:" nant Mr.'&: Mrs:: Alex '-Phaneuf; .1 HOLY ROSARY Mrs. Cecile Boudreau, ,~ugene ,n;" . '"/,,, , , ' ' , .. Ea~b b~, mUeSq.a,-e a:.s~n80~ '.wb~: w~lI .~~ Mr.... ~&; Mrs." ~imeon ,Lafrance, ,. .' :. . " $HI ,,:, , ,;Lemieux;, VaItheas' PaqUin" Mr. ",'. : 1tiI.~eo~~~, ,~Jlpe....ses 01 .100 a ;r,CU :durl~C bi,s ..~U:,~.~ar".eml·_ Mr. &; Mrs., Leo Leblaoc;·Mr.·&;" .L~ Rac~ne, ',Artl\ur ~ajlbot, ;;' .&' Mrs,· Roland'Gaouette,. Knights " ,~,~u~.. 18, tb.is ~'mo~tb of:. Ufe" 'w~,u~iJ: '~., lIk~.,~ ,••b~r. ': Mrs. 'Donat 'Fortin. ", " , " . ,',' 'Mallu'el Pi.mentel·· &;, F.llmily, , :of"Columbus Bishop:. Stang ,!:~,' ill ,br~ntlDc"tbe.~te f or ~1ist to soals1 ", .. , 'Mis. Plii1ia~ Fortin' & Family~ "'Leon ;Bl'anc,naiJ"a;~'Fre(tT~t!ea~lt. "eouncilf4532,',Marcel Masse.1 ,', '~O':S~REN~'l'H~:N"'rH~ ARMS OF CHRIST'JS THE PRIV.. '··· " $~5. . . LEGE OF ALL' THOSE :WHO SEND STRINGIJESS 'GIFTS' ITO ',' .Zephyr ~aqum;: Ohvler' GI- ' , . j THE' NEAR EAST, MISSIONS WHEN YOU HELP THE Nap,oleon Leclair, ..:Mr, ~ ,Mr•• ' ........ "'A'" d'J "L' v'''asseur'' St guere" Cormne Burgess; Reseda '.".' HOLY FATHER' YOU HELP CHRIST " STRENGTH .1'0 ' · . nev. ~man .', e . " . Edo~ard. B e 11 ,veau.. '., ;: 'Yincent de 'Paul'" SOdalities' of. Giguere. .... : 'FHE ARMS OF THE HOLY FATHER IS STRENGTH 'TO ,THE '. Mr; &;, lVII's. J ~sep1.l ~~rg~~~n", ,p ..... h '; ,.., '" .:;. ,.' '10 t, AR~S: OF CHRIST ....,.·. SEND A"STRIN9-LF$S, GlFT'TODAY. , Mi Marie C. A,l~~rd, Miss. arlS. ;.•.~' '., , : ; , The LenlalrC"H&' p~pin Fam':. ss .. , ' .., " " '~$O ' ilies,GeQrge Girard, Family of. ".,SiS'I'~R. MAR r"UONNE ,and SISTI;R MEDE.LEiNE, OF, ..... ~m~n~a - MarUn; '~~.&; , ~r.s.. " Rev. Ernest R.' Be~ne. Honmsdas Robe~t,. Mrs. Met"llda $10 Edmond Blain, Mrs. Emma I.e'ISITNflQN baveall!.o ~en tbe, aew"llte.oI aa'ar,e ... It ~,ea." . '.' &hrougJs -turin. tbe .montb 01 .Ma,.. Tb~, ., Leblanc, &; Fam~ly. Charles Lebeau, Arthur Fon- . Blanc, Villeneuve Fa!Jlily. Roland'Lemieux, Antonio Le- " wOald like'tO belp, tbe ute or Graoe break '.. Mr. Ii ,Mrs. J;.~on~l, ~a,rchand,... 'taine Gabrielle &; Bernadette' *,ucb' ia ~ .. lJOa.IS of' ,be pOOl' ltDd .lIII· '!; Arthu,r Demers .&;. FamIly, ~r. &; Cay'e~ Felix &; Jeannette Four- mieux, ·Mrs. 'Yvonne Desrosiers, OVlla . RocJl:.. Armand Dudevoir. ..... fortunate ·wbo·'sa....ouad 'them .·1ilJ 'lides, Despres Mr. '" " .. Mrs . Onesime .' ", ner, Yvonne' LariViere. JQseph 'H.' Fredette, Alfred tJH;,. ,,,oulti"' like' U b~ome Sisiet. .. the· ", Mrs " Henn Gardner, Mr. &; Mrs.. Ge d C t W'll' Saul. 0 e, .1 laID ,Lora~ger, Meperic' Vigeant, Dr. ,(;oOdSbeplier•. Can ,oa ~lp Ulem' Eailb' ., .' Arman"d R oy. . rar Hector. Roy'" ·Clovig"·:f~cteau.: ., ""'cit); . . . . baye a ~DsOt wbo Will pa, Mr.:&;, Mrs: Va!nlore Poi~, Diet'. , '. , 51SO a ,ear for Deeessar;r: ew:peDSe. 'wbi~' Mr. &; Mrs: Stan~e7 Milas, Mr. '" ST. HEDWIG Emile Beaiiregard,':Family ol . ' eMapJetes 'bertwo yeu perlot1 et Doyitlate ....-1• •' A• • ', Mrs. Joseph Parent, Leo Vail-. $100 Anthony Sylvia, "Edgar A. F. ;. .' "'.uchier hi Mary" . 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In memory of . Thomas· 1>.. saCrifice: self-denial, and the 'crucifixion of our lower nature and Dury, Leonard Entwistle & Famour base~ passions that we' may rise In the neWness oftbe spirit .i1y, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wilson. . of Cbrist: . . '. $20 . ' • . Mr.' &; Mrs. Allan "Bessette; The Communists always preach sacrifiJe. , ·Raymond Lima, Harriet I. MacIn China ·they have organized "Sacrifices. for $50, ponald. . , Commu·nism". Among the sacrifices suggested , Rev. Henri Charest, R~". BerArthur D. Bancroft &; Family; to the people are: . tran!i R. Chabot, Rev. Clarence Anonymous, Mr. &; Mrs. Patrick .' 1) To give up smoking , l. D'Entremont. Conlan, Alice M. &; Hazel E. ," 2)' To give up salary '. $at Davis, Anthony Edwar:ds. .' 3)' To give 'up wea'ringShoes.. Omer Tardi. . .' Lawrence Harriey, Mary Phe. 4) T6 work sixteen hours ada,.~ . . $!'I ..' lan, Mr. &; Mrs. WillilllJl Powers, .5) To live, on one meal a day. Mr. at Mrs. Arthur DelcbeDeil. Hugh Shanahan.· .' . _._-': ,.. " "25 .... . $15.,. elM•.we let it be said that the' Commu· Louis Parent, :Joseph Z. BoaMr. at Mrs. James J. Clark,.' ;"niSts . iill;do inore' for. the cause of Satan "eller, Anonymous,. Edgar: ~ Eric' Erickso~i Dr.. Edwar4 - A SIOUX BRAVE:. An.-. than we will' do' for 'the cause' of -Christ?·. 'If MU, .George ..Charles.· '.' . We!~h, Josep~: F, Gorman,.' drew Thunder Hawk:"is the we Catholics :return riot to the CroSS we.will " Henri L. G~lipeau, "~n;e' .,James. Harrington, .LouiseLa-· ··'·periso by,·the sword~ :Make a daily sacrifice "'F.r~nce, . IlOche, ·'J.lhonias Sweeney: . name -. of this ,brave little DO matter how'small and at the end of' the··m·onth send,the equivalent $17 ,. . .' .'. . $12 . . ' ,Sioux Indian lad of the Holy ·of your' accumulated sa'crifiees to the Society for the Propagation :.~ Esa Ii: Faroi"'. , ., Mr.at'Mr.s. :James J. 1'0' '.Ro.sary.Mission, pine :Ridge, 011. the Filith.Among the sacrifices, suggested are:·~ ,",1 . $15 '.. /. $10 . South Dakota.. NC Photo. . " ' 1 ' ) ' Give' upai>ackageof eiiJarette..· ", _rna Dagesse. 'Antoo~. . Balthazar, .Donald 2)' Give upa martini;' ' .:.' ' $12 Bancroft, John Barlow, Mr. &; 3) Give up that 'tempting piece. of pie •. 1a mode. ' Lionel Brassa~d at Fam~,.. Mrs. Prior Bassett, Eric Besso. 4) .. Gjve up that popular LP record you've Deen saving for: $10 Raymond Bourbeau, Charles ST: MICHAEL' Ii)' Give up a taxi ride and' take' a' bus instead." . James W. Carney, .. :Joseph Bowen, 'Wilfred Brimley; Dennis . .' $250 . I, '. . . -·~.80ares, Henri Pelletier, Alfred Bruce; Edward Bruce.' .' Rev. Joseph A. Cournoyer. Each time that you' sacrifice, that is "A"ive up" a legitimate {;authier, Rita Parent. , Edward" Bruce ·Jr., . E'dward • . . .'$50 pleasure gi~eit up in the name of Our Lord 'and send it to The _ Gerard . Rousseau, Laurent ~urns, Mrs. Mary Cheetham, I n ' Rev. MaurIce .E. Parent, Mr. Vicar of Christ, Pope John xxm' through the Society for .the Itoy, Henri No.lin, Eva l\{ai.lh~t, memory of John F. & Katherine & Mrs, Lawrenc~ Borge, Dr." Propagation of the Faith. Blanche Bernier. :, ~ . Daley, Kathleen Downey; . , Mrs. Raymond .DlOqne. ,, .' Donat Letendre, Antoit:1 ette .' Hugh Earley; qenevieve .•.. . . $30 , . 'GOD LOV.·E YOU to J.B.H. fo.r.• ·o$200,·,.,.UAsa~~ifice f~r.·".a .r.~t\p;n p'I'er're , . Roger RacI'cot , . Ce Foley , . John , Foley Patr'l'c'k Mr. &; Mrs. $25 Edward Creamer. ""'.,. ., to tpe.Sacraments." ... to-Mrs. W.I;...T. for $6.90 ."Through the. inter.Ue Boucher, Albert-Morris.. ·..J:oley, Anonymous.·. . ,," ... ' . _ '~eSsion of St.. Jude ;i·nd.SCAnthony f.'Sold: Som~,Property.. This)s " Romeo .P:arent, Zoe' Spidet, :.. Peter .Giammaivo, Anthm:~y • Mrs. LIllIan Valcourt. 'n. a',rt. ,of..• largerd~n. atioD 'promised in: thank.s. ~iy.i!1g':':":~ wIll :;eiid SQSeph Lacroix, -Alfred Ph~!1~uf, 'Giannetto, Patrick Harrington". $20..., "'-: .. " .. C B f $50 UTh' f ' I d I' -h . d J"Q' L ':George Higham,' Mildred' HOd_~r.. &; ~rs. John Farias. .' more.. .. to . .' or . IS w,as . (),r a. ~p~la .r~1JS' s °Rpe · 'MI,IlSe 'R'~lVesqueLe' ' ,,:.,. h son' .....' . ( . ". . .$15 .'. around and never found anything·.,s))ec~a~. !eno~~~, ..lio.} decide?.to "0'. rs.· omeo, mue, ,osep . send it to the Missions" .. . ' .. Rebert, A,rthurLariviere, ~rpe,st: ; Mr.. '&; Mrs. Arthur.H.\l.nt,: .M~.. ~ Mrs. DanierCa~ill.~;· ....' • . .'. ,.'.1 .: " , .' , . ' " 'i:"-P.eslauriers,. 'Thaddeus ..Gu-" .~r~nkKalish, Chester Kawa,. . $~O .' •. . /. . . ;...; ,. , ' " .". ," .iennY. ." ". . ..Thomas: . Keeping, '. Cbris~pher . . M~.1e Mrs.' Joseph· Aubl.n .Ie The Holy Father' says the' WQRLDMISSION. ROSAtJRY ,everyd ",4rtl,lur Ro,usseau,. Anto~"ette , Lachamacher . , " '.. . ... ~arn!IYf Mr. &; Mrs. Alfred BIlllS, cia,. Will you join him,in pray'er? Send u5.-yol,lr$2.1X,) 0 erillg a.1) aoy, Mrs. Alfred :Judd, (~scar ;"Louise" Mackay Hormida.' )fr. '. at· Mrs. ,Adri~le . Bou~~r, ,our request for the rosary and we will,send.oneJo you. Eaeh..time .Ma~tin,..~aymond . &; .:Jeallilette Marcotte, Thomas Meredith; 'M,r; .Ca~holic Women's Club, Mr. '" ,o~ firiger the WORLDMISSION. ROSARYfing~your.poCket~k Carrier.' .at~rs; Thom;ts 1'. ~09re,,Rod•. ~rs.Eugene Comeau. . . :.. 00 and·.put;aside'a daily.sacrifice:for the Missi~. "'" ·.i' .-:.. Roland '. Benoit, .T~, ¥isses erick Murray. . . . ,',. . ' Mr. &; Mrs. Manuel Corga, Mr. . ,.. Ross, . Julien· Menard,,' .A\lre~ Raymond Ner1:lOnne...Joseph A::' .. at· 'Mrs,,- Frank Crane," Mr. "'. C~t out ~is column,' pm 'yoursaCi'lfice Wit .and mail it to the .. CQrmier, E,ugene Laplan~..;..: Norris. Mr .&; Mrs. Th Mrs. Henry. Dion, Mr. ~ Mrs. . 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MASS'.: Prefontaine. maioni" Mr, & Mrs. Charles ,L. Viens, · John Pombo, Mrs. Edward Alfr~d Choquette, Joseph'"Cot- Mr. & Mrs. Charles ~illiams, Bussiere, Edoua~d Gautreau, ter, Harold Coughlin, William Mr.. & Mrs. Edward WrIght, Mr. Victor Belanger, Emile Roy.. Demsky, Clarence Dupuis.. Ie Mrs. Albert Zahralban. · Del. Langlois, & Sons, Joseph Joseph Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Rita .. )Jinette, Frank Cormier, Henri Foster, :S,tiulley 'Gorczyza; 'An' .. estport , .Brule, Augustin Allain. thony Govoni; Mr. & Mrs: Leo ST. GEORGE~8 . : Edward Belanger,. Ephrem Griffith.. $200 . Gauttier, Gerard Langlois,· RoJohn Harringto';', John HouliGeorge Considine. , .Iimd Duval, Simon ·Comeau. han, Teresa, Houlihan,' William $1'75 :.: Eva Benoit, Fridolin BlanHOUlihan, Rose Jones. Rev. Lorenzo H. Morais. ;; ehard, Wilfrid Masse, Way:ne John' Kelley, Thomas E. $50. :,QIoiffin, Lucille-Lecours. . ,,' J<:.elley,·Ladies Auxiliary.:....,An~.·: ;' R~X' Ed~C?n<t.R. 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Bartklewlcz: ef,ick ~u1!es,'~rs. O'Brien... Josep~ .. Bercier, .. AlphOlllle '. $10... .. 'Jean' "Pendergast, .John 'Pen-' Bourbeau, '.' Charles Callagha'o', De~ndt.bl. '. Mr. & Mrs. J. Mldurskl, Mr: &:: dergast Sr;, William. Pendergast, .Dr: '&;_ Mrs. Mark Castro, Ernest .. ~rs. A. Buzniak, Mrs. Helena John Riley, Caroline Roche. Clatt$lburg.· Pharmacy : £)zczech, Mr. &; .M~s. D. Duguay, , Bernard Skiba, FrancISSulli-. Norbert Crothers, Albert Du.': !Kr. &; Mrs. Casimir ~~~;l. '.:: ~""'; van, Jam'es ;p, S~eeneyrAlbert pre, Francis X. Flynn, Amedee Setvice· '. . Mr. &; .Mrs.· S'. Dziura, Mr. &: Tomke, Mrs, 'Julia Vieira. Goulet, Ir"ing Grant. ,. Mrs.: Ulnc ~no.lt, Mr.. ~ .. ~n;;.,.' 'Stanley Waisb, Walter Watson, Almedor Houle, Stephen Ito.·-i .EdWlD Marmk, The. Dziuba Peter Wayner Harold Williama Tar, Joseph' &; Mary L'Italien,. PntICf'iPttOM caRed for e:tnd Delivered " ~amilY, Mr. &; Mrs. Harold Cam-· ~e Misses Y~ies. 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Andrew Dooley, Donald Dooley. complishments in' the field of Mr. & Mrs. F:rancis P. Norton, Mrs. Ethel DO~e, Mr. Charles ,ocial justice." John D. O'Connell; Catherine Ducharme, 'Edward Duffy, Lelia Mr. Mitchel~ said that the McCarthy, Mr. &. Mrs. Robert Duffy, Mr. & Mrs. John J. FitzChris'tian conscience dictate. W. Menard, Leo Poirier, Michael ,immons. that lessons of kindness, toler':' Stavros. . Augusta Fountain Flanagan, ance, love, unselfishness an'; $19 'Louis Gilchrist, Mrs. Louis Gilsacrifice are needed to construct Agnes Mc6rath, Marion Mcchrist, Mrs. Amelia Golemo, a social system "in which th~ Grath, Ruth McGrath. . Charles Grady. Vincentian ideals" are deeply $15 William' Grant, Louise Higbred. Charles Anderson, Ralph gins, Robert .J. Hill, Donald "Who would imagine, lor ex';' Buckley,. Mary Mulholland,' Holmes, Jam'es M. Holmes.. ample," . the Secretary asked,~' James. J. Hauck, Mr. & Mrs. Hopper Feeds·Engineering Co'., BQOKS FOR. MANILA'S BLIND: Books on Sacred . "that respect for an individual John Keatl·ng. .. .. . Mrs. Marjorie. Hubbard, Ed. Id b . b d u the kl'nd S.cripture in Braille, donated by the Xavier Society. for the .of ·wouan .automobile ease pondrives and Gertrude 'Lawlor, Mr. &: Mrs.' ward Hyland, Mr. & Mrs. . he Patrick Lyons, Edward' J. Me'- Charles Kingsbury,. ·Raymond .Blind, New York, have been presented by the Catholic Rethe size of his bank account Namara' Jr., Walter Parker, Ed- Lamoureaux: lief Services-NCWC to the' M~nila Social Welfare Associa- rather .than upon how well .he ward' Quinlan, 'Staniey Tokarz. Winifred Laughlin, Mary I.; ,tion. Pictured :reading the books are trainees of the Office ,respects the virtues? Yet. these $]2 ' . ) . , ; .Nellie ;Leary, Martha M.Leonof Vocational Rehabilitation. Left to. right: Sister La CroIx judgments are !Dade by society.'! Aiic'e Correa, John Lavaooour,' . ard, Cha~les H.' Lincoln, Mrs. . . , """ 'Ch 1 'L' . I . of the Society' of. St. Paul deCha.rt,re.s·, M,rs. Lee Sanborn, ' ~' ......._ _.. Arthur Murphy Jr'. ar es m~o I)" .' . .' .. $10 . . ' ,Mary E.Lynch, JQseph Mador, .• Wife of the C;R.S.- mission director.if!. ManiIaand·Mrs.VH~ V' i t · A . 1 . Gertrude Elizabeth Maio,. Emer3;. . Malo" lamore of the Social Welfare Adrriinistration. NC Photo. : 'R~BBON::­ 10 e mara , . . . . Mrs. Eileen Martin., .. ' . .. . , Baker, August Barber, Mary MD' . Id' C·' t' 'Sh M ' IIli.I '1.;.. Mrs. David Rich. . , c Barrington, Mrs. Margaret'Bent-· ... 'M onF3 . . orps.eM' CQPbe'··s.r:.. . I... ~rton Mr. & Mrs. 'Gerard Roberge. ley..' " ~ ~s. ral)Cls ,.' . c,.~ . . t:., . ST.' MARrS . ,. .. James' , J.r., Mr:.'~ ..Mrs.. .'t,homas· Roch:" Leo Berube Joseph A. Betten. , McGovern . " " Mr . I.; Mrs' .., <' . ,," • • 2'00' ' . · . h.' B .. t WIllIam McGowan .. Alice. Mc:... '.fo,rd" Mr. ,& Mrs. Eugl;ne' Roy, eourt, Josep me M. ettencour, ·K·· .. ' . . ..., .:," " , ". " ' ,.. Rev; Willi~m D. Thomson.· 'M,; &'" Mrs.•.. William Scherer, BrUl1.0 .,Bisio, 'Fred BOI.ugo.in: ., esnu·ns·lla·n" 'M'.·c:K:'e':nn'a:". R"u't',h" . 'M''c-" . " ..$1"';. ' . ., vv &; Mrs:.P/lul, Shaw·.·· .. ' ." . ~ ; .. .. ; ,WIlham J. Boyle, 'LOUIS C a-.' '. ' .. ,,: .. ,'.' " ...., .'. .',·Mr."", . •bana, . William " Cahill, .. ,Mrs.. Kenna?, .C~therme," . )'dcKeo':l, . In Memory olJ.ohn B"Fal'r~Jl;.:'. TheJ,'ohn Simpkins Falpily.,,: ,NEW B~DFORD' . A ",C Il AileE Ch isty .MadelIne McKeon, Ma.r,,: M C - . $ S O . 1t{r. & Mrs.. David Stentiford, ,.: .. nme arro, . . n ,,' " a '. Keon.· " .:'. .. R B . F S U' ,. The . Mrs.. ·Gertr~.de SutCI.ilfe,. ,Mr,. Ii · Joseph L .. Chalsty, Margaret .' "W"l . d M "K '.' .... F." '.. '"I' .c ev." ernaru ' . u IVaJl,' M.r.s~. I>9J;lald Thibeault; " ~rs. :W"t. 2..6216: . . Chaisty, Matthew Chamberiain, M' Ihl l!111re ·· cEo ;~Q'~t1 .. ··Mraednc.I~. '. " 'Charles Drane, tamily, St.Vin:. ~. u 0 1md , . ,rnes· .... el~ps, '~ent de Paul Society. ' . 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Mr.;'&· Mrs. W'illiam.'V.. la,.· ~ & IndU8tri.i ... ,S,tl,l~ley Kirylo"Herbert Silver ily, Robert Doherty, Anna Dono- O'H A ' O'K ., r 'R b . cherty; T:J. Holmes Co., Inc., .Family, Adrianne.Leroux. . ~ . <Sale. -arwi "an. .' . earn e ,. nnl!.,· . ee.e, ~ . J. ·Ri:Kilburn ·Glass Co.,: Inc:, '1' L oil ':B'liriiears . ,Service' Gerald Dooley, Rich'ard Doo~rt Perry,.. Mrs. Ropert .Perry. Ernest'Precourt, Inc.;.Mrs. Anna Anthony Pires, Faml y, Mr.... R II P ter n Mrs Jame' . ' Mr. S" . Andrew Radnor, August WY 2-9.4,(7 ley Jr., Jeremiah Dowhing Jr." '.usse M e R····' n ; . ,Shea. 'Ribiero Family, Herbert Schrei228~ ACUSHNET AVL ; Mr. Andrew Driscoll, Mr~, T, J. ,~oW~ls.J·.;s.~/~~ ·<Mr. & Mrs. Homer Simmons, 'ver Family, Peter' F. Schreiver: Feeney. ame ' . yan, I lam ' . ea-. John Blottinan 'Family... NEW BEDFORD . k F't . W·· .20. Turn to Page Eighteen F rederiC I zSlmmons, 101- gan A Jr.. H R It A th .. I -M Ed n n a . aery, r ur M & M P t ' k De r R _-_---..;.-----~ fred Flaherty, Mr. 0'; rs. Ii d S J h R'll M . r. . rs. a ric. V 10,' • mund T. Flynn, Francis.Flynn,. ee. r.,. 0 n el y, . rs. Lodico, Mr. &·Mrs.-Antone MeR.A. WILCOX CO. rle s Gillon G~orge Reilly, Harold T. Sh.ee- .deir.os,· Victor & 'Philbert PelM r s. Cha ., ..' han' OFFICE. FURNITURE John Gonsals, Mae Gorman, '. .' " chat; Mr. &, 'Mrs: Chester Vota, ..' ~~II: for It"mediat. O..li...., Daniel· Grady, John Grant, ,Marguerite C. Smlth'T;lllIan .' Mr. & Mrs. Charles. Wickland. · William Hanrahan. Theroux; Robert, f... . Igpen,. $15. .' . - DESKS - CHAIRS Theresa Haskill, Henry Hodge; Edward W. Tonry, Mrs.. ~J,mon The' Gerald Bernier Family, '. FILlNG'CABINETS . cOMPANY 'th Th eresa L. RTurner.. Th Th B t F '1 M M rs. R 0 b er t K el, ' W t'h' i h W t e omas ryan . ami y,. r. -SAFES - FUIE FILES Kennedy, Helen McCarthy. aymond e c, ~,n . en & Mrs. 'George Charette' Jr" Mr.. FOLDING TABLES 'Llne Patricia McClellan, Robert worth, Harvey~:~Ilson Sr., '&. Mrs.. Ernest· Harrison, The ..AND -CHAIRS . McClellan, Joseph A. ~acDon-' Mrs. Adelbert Young. :Paquette Family,' . , , . ;, Building Materials aId, Francis J. McGivney, Mrs. HOLY ROSARY '$10 8 SPRING ST., FAIRHAVEN Lillian McGrath. $150 ·Mr.& Mrs,' Robert Barboza, . 22 BEDFORD ST. Mary McGrath, Owen Me';' Franciscan Fathers .O.F..M: .Mrs. Margaret Bartley, Mr.' & WYman ~-2611 ~ALL RIVER 5-7838 Kenna, Dorothy McManus, Mar- Conv. Mrs. George Bauza, Mr. & Mrs. guerite McManus" Mrs. Michael Rodney Berube; Mr, 8? Mrs. F. Mahoney. $50 Armand Brown. Mr, & Mrs. Joseph Marion,. . Holy Rosary Confirmation Mr. & Mrs. Donald Butts, Mr.. Mrs. Mildred Maxwell, Harriet Crass. ',& Mrs. Joseph Cabral, Mr. & Megan, Francis Menard, Mrs. Mrs. John J. Carvalho, George Anne C. Morris. . Charette Sr., Mrs. Tho'mas CurMr. & Mrs. Harold Mosher, ST. JOSEPH ran. William P. Mulher, Alice M. Mrs. Irving Fillmore, Mr. & Mulvey, John J. Murphy, Mar$100 Mrs. James F:tzgibbons, Loretta Paul T. McCusker. E x d ras F ontneau garet V. Neenan. Flanagan, Francis O'Boy, Helen O'Brien, $50 Family, The Peter Gonsalves John O'Connell, Vincent O'Neill, Megansett Friends.. Family. , Louis Ors1. . ,$25 Mary Harrington, Mrs. Cecilia Pauline Orsi, Manuel Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Archambault, Hayes, Mr. & Mrs. Damon Hope, Lawrence Pivirotto. Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs, Ralph Simoneau, St.' Mr. & Mrs. Leo Laroque, Mr, & Joseph Quigle;,·. James Reid. . . Joseph's Women's Guild, Mrs. Mrs. Walter Mallon. Mario Riva. George B. San- Claudia Pendergast.' Edward Marvel,' Ellen Mc~ ford Jr., Francis Sara'ceo, $20 ,-' Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mur- ~~~~~~~ Joseph Scarano, Mrs. Catherine ~ Jane McLaughlin. phy, Mrs. George Norton, ·Mr. & Schein. $15 Mrs. Thomas O'Brien. Scherben, John ·Mr. & Mrs. Homer Paulus, A ndrew Mr, & Mrs. Stephen Mcinnis. ' , INC. Scully, George D. Sea,rs, Mr..& Mr. & Mrs. Edward ParadiS, Mr. Mrs. Arthur Shaw,. Cecelia $10 & Mrs. Louis Pelchat, Mr. & Mrs. Dorothy Berg, Mr. & M rs. L awrence R appmea., '. u . Mr. Sheerin. Mary Sheerin, Clarence Shove, Mrs. Herve Houde, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gleason, Thursday Club, Helen Shove, Anne 'Silvia, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard N. Sousa. Mr. & Mrs. Harold McComiskey. Mrs. Esther Sullfvan, Louis Joan Medeiros, Mr. & Mrs. FUNERAL HOME, INC.· Theroux, Mrs. James ·W. Tran- Manuel T. Medeiros, Mr. & Mrs. R. Marc..J Roy -,- C. Lorraino Ro7 ter, Arthur Travers, Charles H. . Robert McKenzie, Helen McRoII'f'r IAFranet' Tripp. Kenzie, HarryE. Handy. Mrs. Frederick Tripp, Mrs.. Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Mysona, FUNERAL DIRECTORS . \ Olivia Vrattos, Dorothy WalMr. & Mrs. Charles Downham" ARTHUR J. DOUCET FRANCIS J. DEVINE 15 IRVINGTON CT. ford; Leonard Walsh ·Sr., John' Leeside Cale, Mrs. Gloria McNEW BEDFORD E. Welch Jr.. Albert Wilson. Lean, MJ·s. Mary Condon &; WY 5..7830 James F.' Bruns, . Alexander John; Helen Scott. $30

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HOLY FAMILY $500 Wins Medal. THE ANCHOR Rev. William' H, Dolan: Thurs., May 21, 1959, $1% $50 Mr, & Mrs. Joseph J: Kirby, Rev. James F, Kenney. Maude O':8rien. $25 '' " \$10 ' - Mr. &' Mrs.. Joseph Mozzone, COYLE' HIGH SCHOOL, HOLY' FAMILY, Continued from Pa~e Seventeen Mr, & Mrs. Beif Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. Raoul Ducharme. TAUNTON NEW. BEDFORD . . Mrs. James Bellew, Mr. &' Mrs. $24 John Sparks won a 'bronze The Msgr. McKeon Deoat~ng . -i'lugO Carbonetti; Dayid Crotty, Mr. & Mrs,' Joseph Raposa. . fourth place medal in extemSociety will hold its 'Second OUR LADY OF THE Mr. & Mrs. Fred DiGiovanni~ $20 . poraneous speaking at the 11th· Annual Parents'Nig~t, topight, ASSUMPTION Mr. & Mrs. ~dward Gonsalves, Mr. ~,.Mrs.."Will,iam McAloon. Massachusetts' High S c h·o 0 I at the Kennedy Youth Centt~r. , $300 ' 'Mr.& Mr~. Arthur Kane, Mr. & ·$15 Speech Contest sponsored by A forQ'lal debatC:l will -be pr'e-' Rey.' Walter J. Buckley. Mrs. John McGee, Mr'. & Mrs. Joseph Perry. Suffolk University,Boston. ~ented, wi9t ~ary Jane Walker . $100 ' ..: Gerard Precourt, ~: & Mrs. . -$12 JESUS MAR . and Kathteen Morrissey rEipre,F~lix A. Mirando, Anonymous'.", Ralph S a r r o . . Angelina Correia,' Mr. & Mrs. - Y ACADEMY, senting the Affirmative, and" $50 . , A Friend Shierlino Amici _ Christopher McCarthy, Mr. & FALL RIVER George Thomas and Justin . Mr. & Mrs.. Joseph Beecher, Lucy Chafe,' Mr~ & Mrs; Roland Mrs. F{;ancis Perry. May Day observance is ·sched- 'Kelleher, 'the Negative. Kather·Peter F. Connolly, Mrs.' Walter Clement, Mr. &, Mrs. Nicnolas .v $10 uled for Friday, May 29, in the - ine Kelleher will serve as chair. Hall, Mrs. Jane York. Carpeno: '. M~ .. & -Ml,"s. 'Ernest AndTews, school auditorium. The theme man. .' $40 Mrs:"" Eva Marie' Foster, A- M;r.·& Mrs. 'John Areias, Mr. & is !'Catch 'a Falling Star on the Robert Lawler, State winner Anonymous.. , Friend,-!\y. ~ MrS. J~hn King, Mrs.. Benjamin Berthao, Mr.·& Way' to -Hea.ven" with the fol-' 'of the American Legion Orator$35 Mr: & Mrs. Joseph Leanues,.Mr. Mrs. ·Russell Chamberland, Mr. lowing'part of the r~ligious pro., _ical Contest, will present his Catherine Hansberry., & Mrs. Edward McCalsky..' " & Mrs. Arthur CoJlins., graw: Mass" at Notre. Dame prize-winning oration, "T h e $25 ., Mr. & Mrs. George Pierce, Mr. . Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Content, Church followed by Communion Constitution Worth Having, John B. Lebel & Sons; Inc. & Mrs: Frank: Regula; Mr. ,&' Alice- Correia,. Mary, Joan Cos~a, Breakfast in the school' cafe- WOJth Defending".' , . $20 Mrs. Charles Mrs.. Walter Vallett; Troop 1~. Yvette D\lcharme, Mr. & Mrs. teria;.a skit entitled '.'Stairways As a result of a'test sponsored' Thomas Kelley, ,Boy Scouts gf. America, "St.. Sylva no ·Farias. . . to Paradise" with Doris Des-' by the American Association of Haskell. $15 Mary's Parish, Agnes Britton. . Mr, &, M15. AntOniO Gomes,. forges as soloist; announcement Teachers of French; a Contest Charles Cammett, Manuel Mr. ,& Mrs,. Eugene Britton Manuel Gomes, Mrs. Alfred of new officers\vith the presentacertificate was awarded to two Moniz, Anthony Campana, Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Cody, Mr. Judge, Mr. & Mrs, Michael' Lar~ .. tion of corsages by prefect Jacmembers 'of the Jupior Class. 'Burton Trask, Ralph J. Shea, Mrs.•Americo Crescetelli D &: Mkin; Michael. Larkir. Jr.. ciueiine 'Plante. The afternoon Raymond Lagesse w'as rated first .lohn Murphy. . Supply'·" Co:. Mr. & M;s. E~r1 'Robert Larkin, Mary Lin:" session will include the recep,"'; among those having a Non$12 Fenstermacher. hares, Mr. & Mrs, Arthur Lortion of new Sodalists arid probaFrench background, and Jocelyn . Mrs. Roland" Ashley. W. C. Fuller Co.,- Inc., Mary' tie, Mr. & Mrs, ,Alfred Macpado, 'tionists. Menard with those having a . $10 Hyatt, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred J. John H. Martin.. The members of the faculty in French background. 'Alfred Lecombe, Mrs. Ellen Kuplast, Paul Mitrano, Inc., ~r. &. Mrs. Alfred Mattos, conjunction with the Student 0.n e of the scholarships t~ ,Bobson, Bernard MacQuade; Morse MOnument 'Co. Sadie Motta, Mr. & Mrs. Bruno "Counci~ and the \ Honor Society awarded annually' by the CathJoseph P. Ros~,. Mrs. Teresa Mr..§t 1V!'rs.Joseph Murp~y, Mozzone, Mrs.. peter.'Murphy" voted 10 Patricia La' Fleur as' olic Woman's Club of New Wright. Mr. & Mrs. William Palanza Mr. & Mrs. Fred Patnck. school president for the scholasBedford was merited by Miss Kenneth Bailey. John Gal- Edwood B. Shepard Florist Mr: / An'nePerry, Mr. & Mrs. ·Primo tic year 1959 and Pauline Le Sandra L. Leclair, 28 Rutland Jagher, Mrs. Oselie' LeBlanc & Mrs. Vincent Smith, Mr. & Ricci, Ellen, Rya'n, Mr. & Mrs. Boeuf as~ce..:president. Street. Mrs: Rober' Cross. Mary CroSs: Mrs. Walter Alfieri. John Sienko, Mr. & Mrs. Wil, James Shields, 'John Linehan, . Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Antosca' liam Silvia. Wilson Perry, Joseph M. Daniel, Mr; & Mrs. Robert Barr' Mr Mr. & Mrs. William Willette, Char1~s' Gardner. . .... . Mrs.' William Bellew Sr.:' Mr: & Mr~ & Mrs. 'John Zeiba. ' , .WiUia!TI Leo Shields, Zilpha·',:Mrs. Roy Boyden, Mr. &' MrS. ST. MARY'S" ,Wright, lV,lrs. Mary O'Connor,' Paul Boyden'.' '. $1000 "Edward.Daniel,John ,Rosa. Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Brazil Rt.Rev. James Dolan. Anonymous;-" John· J.Bowes,.:·· Mr., & Mrs. JameS Breen & Fam~ $75 Mrs.•E., Lester" Carroll, Anony- i1y, Mr. & 1\'1rs. Lawrence Bryan, Rev. William F. Morr~s. mous, Redmond Fitzgerald. .' Mr. & Mrs. Carl Cardinute" Cl ' . $50, Osterville ~ews Stand, James .A Frierid. " .Rev. Norman J. Ferris,' kev.' . B. Mullan, Charles MacEache-:Mr. &:, ~rs. William Creeden, Charles H. Poirief. ron, Mrs.' Shirley C. Crosby, Mr. & Mrs. William Cunen, Mr. $20' Mrs. Lillian, C~in. .&' Mrs. Charles Damato, D'Agos,H~rold Galligan. Richard Cain, Mrs. _ William tin,o Fal)liIy', Mr. & Mrs. Bradley .. $12 Adams, Donald Coombs, Mrs. Dauphinee. ' Kathleen R. Hogan. Herbert Coombs. Mr. & Mrs. Harry Davison, . , $10 A Friend, Mr. & Mrs. Fred DeThe Behan Family, Helen Lutis,' Dr. & Mrs. Francis De- BiI:d, Mary E. Bird, Peter CaraStefano, Arthur Dupree'. mos, Harry Cooper. . ST. l\'J.ARY'S Mr. & Mrs. William Eastman, George E. Dion, Robert Dion, $500 . COME SEE • '• • Mr. & Mrs.. Jos~ph Falotico, Robert E. Doherty, James V. Rev. 'Edward L. O'Brien. James R. Fernandes,' Dr. John Duffy, Stephen. Doucette. YOU'll SAVEl $250.. Finn, Mr. & Mrs, Frank Finn. Julia .Galligan, George P. A F.riend. .: .. Mr~'& Mrs. William Fioretti George, Eileen' Gorman', Joseph '$11)0 -, .. ,....-, The First-National 'Bank 'Gorman, Catherine McNaimira.· $50, 0 ' Mansfield,; Mr. ~. Mrs. Peter Da'niel J. Magh.ery, "joseph R.ev. Edward 0,' Paque'tte, A Fontanini, Mr. & 'Mrs~" Francis 'Mori.fl, John Murphy, .Thomas "riend, Darm'edy Family, Dr. & J. Fox, 1\ Friend., N'"oonan, John O'Donnell.· . Mrs, Anthony Gasson, Dr. & Mr. & ,Mrs. John Gallivan, Edward ... Tokarz, Michael ~rs. j"ohn Kenney. ' Mr. ·&·'Mrs.James. Gallo".Aldo Welch. A Friend, In' Memory '01 Gemiriiani,·Mr,-&:,Mrs.'·!Jamcs . SACRED HEART 'BONE IN /. '. . . Father Elliott, In Memory: Goff, A Friend.,. . . . $350 Father Harrold, Mr. ,&. Mrs. Ar- & Mr.·& Howard.,Keith ~.. 'Mr R ev. F ranclS . M cK eon. . .BLOCK STYLE M FMrs.Le' thur Babine, Mansfield Catholic .~s. re mITe,Mr.'&:, Mrs. $'75 Women's Club.' ':" Angelo Linari, Mr. . B. C·" , ·KeY. ·t· II' A F . &:. ' d 'Mrs.Rev. F rancls oonors, M ar me 1, . nen. Ed . ' f .C, _ Frank M ans fi e ld C ouncit. K . 0 St. Mary's St. Vincent de Paul Mr, &: Mrs. William Markt, ward J. Mlt;::ll. FANCY DELICIOUS Conference. ' Mrs. Gladys Morse,.tJohn McME' J II . $40 Intyre, Mr. &: Mrs. Williafu Mc- 'U'_ rs ' h uglene e erson, Mr. '& '" M & M . ......·s. C ar es L or d en. , L aug hi 10, r. rs. Paul Mc- . $20 A Friend. Namara. $35 Mr. &' Mrs'- 'Edward Mc- MMr& &~rs'J Raymond Corey, A Friend. Namara, Mr. & Mrs.' Howard Mr. &' M rS' a~eVs H ' Lynch, $30 ,McRae Mr & M V· t 'N . . r. " rs. L OUlS • C ook, Mr. A Friend. ciso Mr &'M Crsh' llC °Or'Marl- & Mrs: Donald Webster. , . . rs. ar es a $12 $25 Mrs. Emma Pascucci. M .. .' , Herbert E. King Agency, Mr. ley, Mr & M R be t P' I . r. & Mrs. WillIam Rodgers. &: Mrs. Joseph Kuzdzol, The . . ,rs. 0 r . , ~u ~on, $10' , John F·. 'c u II en, . M r. & M rs. Misses O'Malley, Donoghue Mr. & Mrs. <;::laude · t PPlcclandra, . . olrler, Mr. Ch I DIM Family, Dr. &. Mrs. Charles Mr. & Mrs . V mcen & Mrs. Anthony Porfido Mr &: ar es a y,. r. &: Mrs. Colella. . Mrs. Frank ProhQdsky. ' . Charl~s CorreIa,. Mr. & ~r~. Mr. & Mrs, William Jackson, A Friend Mr' J ~; R FranCIS Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Fran-' . CANNED . ' . s. osep me e- cis Jaros. Mr: & Mrs. Edward Jameson, pUCCI :& FamIly, Mr.' & Mrs. " . , ..... Dr. & Mrs. Raymond Ockert . Alfred Sarro Mrs Eth I Sh . Mr. -& Mrs. Clement BradPICNIC ee . Mr. & Mrs. John Dunn, Mr: &: han Mr & '"lI"r' 'Ed ed' T - . shaw, Mr. & Mrs. E>uane Allison, , . ".. s. war orM M B . . Ws. James Hinchey. ' . rance.' •, . rs.. . ary . Jones, MIchael Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lovely, Mr. 8/; Mrs. -Fred Vallett Mr SullIvan, Mr. -& Mrs. George" Mrs. Fillion. & Dion Family', St. , , . Overton & Mrs. William Vallett A . " Mary's CYO. , Friend, The WelCh Family 'Mrs I~r. & Mrs. ~. Frank Doyle, MAS~ER ." ~AN $20 Mae Wood' & Joseph Gibbons.' ElIzabeth Doyle, Mary Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. ~ichard Ball, Mr. Ernest Yelle Mr & M Mr.• & . Mrs. John' Boudreau, &: Mrs. Edward Finn, Mr. & Albert' Zaffini. , . rs.· Mrs~ Helen Smith. , Mrs. William Morton, Mr. &: Mrs. . James. Flynn, Mr. & Mrs. 'G~orge Pomfret, Mr. &: Mrs.' Taunton Roland ,Renaud, Eugene SulliHarOld L, Qua:iters. van, Mr. &: Mrs. William J: Coe. Mr. & Mrs. William WatterIMMACULATE, CONCEPTION Sr., Charles, Tarr. I, Jane Parker Large a-Inch lIOn, A Friend, The Bishop Ger-. $300 ' M·r. & Mrs. Willhim E. Buntrard K. of C. Class, Mr. & Mrs. Rev. Thomas H: ,Tayl~r. lng, F,rancis .LunneY, ·Mr. &: Orlando Souza. . $'75., ' ~rs .. James A. Cooke, Mrs. Mar• \" ' -$1'7 Re~. :J:ames F. Lyons. cellil1~ White, Mr. & Mrs. Ar.A Friend. '. . $2S thur Carter. . . $15 REGULAR 55e J~seph MlcManus:Dr.Clem~nt Mr: & Mrs. Patrick' Murphy: A Friend,' Christie's Package Maxwell. NOW'ONLY' " . ·Mr..& Mrs. Frank Longo, Rob,. Store, '0. Gemininani Family. . $15' ert Palin~, :tyIr. &. Mrs.' Barney Beatty Family, Lilly's Drug' Mrs. Donald Ma~Lean. A. Floor, Helena Ragge~t. ' Store, C. ·S. Lord Drug Store, '. ' Mr.: &, Mrs. Coy Folcik, Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. William Fox Ed, '$10'" Anna' Sullivan, Edward, Boudward Fitzpatrick. .' ' ~aryFenton~Frank Hanieski: reau, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dewey, ..".-: Carallo Family, Mr. & Mrs.. ·John" Hayes, ¥r. & Mrs. John ,Margaret Slattery. . William V. Haymes, Capone ,~eene Jr., Cornelius Kiley. Mrs. Elizabeth Whooley; Mrs. , Family, Mr. & Mrs. Merl Gris- . Mr. &. 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Teachers Meet Continued from p ...e O. Ing that study of the catechism should be of primary importance in the curriculum. "We' must give children the reasons and the background 01 what we believe," he said. Both Most Reverend James L. Connolly, Bishop of Fall River, and Most Reverend James J. Gerrard, Auxiliary, were present at opening exercises of the convention. Bishop Connolly spoke the first day and Bishop Gerrard led prayers. Bishop Gerrard spoke the 'second day. In addition to general morning sessions, there were two llpeakers each after'noon of the convention and numerous symposia and specialized discussion groups. 'Over 700 teachers from aU parts of the Diocese attended.

'250 Rev. Arthur W. Tansey. $100 Rev. Alfred J. Gendreau, Dr. It Mrs. Fred J. Sullivan. $75 Rev. Walter A .. Sullivan, Rev. Paul F. McCarrick.. $50 Rev. James F. Buckley, Mr. • Mrs; Lawrence Coyle. . ST. ANNE $30 $200 The Lavatnino Fami17. Order of Dominican Fathers $25 '. Mr. It Mrs. James Coyne It of Fall River. I'amily, Rose Dowling, Mrs.. $40 Mr. &: Mrs. Aime Giroux. Josephine Hurley, Mary E. It $35 Rose Hurley, Mr. &; Mrs. AnAT R~DCLOUD'S GRAVE: Bishop Francis D. Gleeson, Dr. &: Mrs. Paul De Villers. thony Perry, Mr. It Mrs. Ber8.J., of the Vicariate of Alaska is shown with Father L. $25 nard Sullivan. Parishioner, Marguerite & Edwards, 8.J., Superior of the Pine Ridge, S.D. Mission, . $~ \ Mr. &: Mrs. Wilfred Callaghan, Blanche Gendreau. at the tomb of Chi~f Red Cloud, the great Oglala Sioux Mr. & Mrs. John Duggan, BarAnonymous, Boule .Funeral warrior and statesman who invited the Black Robes (Jesuits) bara Dunn, Margaret Dunn, Mr. Home, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Moto found a school ~mong the Oglala people. NC Photo. quin. & Mrs. Jeremiah Holland. $20 Helen Joy, Mrs. Nor~ &; Miss Onifrio Papsodora, Mr. & Mrs~ Mary Malvey, In 'Memory. of Mr. &; Mrs. Bernard Paquette. Arthur Janson, Reg. -Pharm. AI Arsenault, Raymond L; GrifJohn: S. &: Alice V. Moran, Mr. Adrien Hochu & Family. ST. PATRICK DIABETIC AND SICK ROOM fin, Mr. & Mrs. Alex Morin, Mr. &; Mrs. Edward Sullivan, Mary, $15 $250 . &; Mrs. Thomas Morin. SUPPLIES Margaret & Kathryn Dailey. Benoit GaiIthier, Dr. &: Mrs. Rev. James E. GleaS()n. 204 ASHLEY BOULEYAID Mrs. John Augusta Jr., Joseph Mary J. MurphY,The Arthur Alphonse Poirier. ,$100 • ,..... A. Sheehan, Herve Lajoie, AnNew Bedford $10 _ Russell Family. \ . Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Smith &: gelo Burgess, John Antonicelli. WY 3-8045 $15 Mr. &: Mrs. Joseph Cabral, Janet. Mr. & Mrs. Dino Paglierani, Mr. &: Mrs. George Boitano, Marie Cote, Mr. &:-Mrs. Georges $60 Lt. Paul Kaminski, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. &; Mrs. Edward Falvey It Fournier, Mr. & Mrs. Andre Wood Lumber Co. Joseph Brown, James J. Navin,. Family, Mr. &; Mrs. Jerome Giroux, Mr. &: Mrs. Louis Gou$50 Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Morrison. Foley Jr., Catherine P. Harringlet~ " Rev. William' E. Farland, Mr. ton, Genevieve Harrington. . . Mr. &: Mrs. A. Kaspar, H. V. Mr. &; Mrs. Aime Lafleur, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Ames, Stone's Julia T. Harrington, Miss &: Mrs. Charles Levesque, -Mr. & Lawrence Inc.,. Dr Robert Toal, Beauty Shop. . Marie Hurley, Helen Kenney, Mrs. Nobert Martineau, Adele Mr. & Mrs. Leo Griffin Sr., $30 Nancy Sullivan, Ruth Sullivan,. Ouellette, Mr. &: Mrs. Albert Capt. &; Mrs. Curtis S. Clauson. Major & Mrs. Roland DeMrs. Angela Wingate. 'rherou~ Sr. Mr. &; Mrs.-Francis L. Hankinneault. $11 Mr. Onesiphore Theroux, $25 son, Mr. & Mrs. William Goss, Mrs. Catherine Keating. Anonymous. ./ Mrs. Eileen' Finnell, Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. John P. Rose, Fal$10 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Beau- Loretta Doucette, New Bedford mouth Firemen's Association'IBI~~~i~ Mr. &: Mrs. Edward Setty, chesne; Mr. &: Mrs. Reginald Bargain Store, Romiza's Texaco luoksOil's, Sgt. Vincent Luckraft. Sarah Booth, Mr. &; Mrs. Wil- Bellerive, Alfred Bernard, 'Rose Station.' SEI THIS. Turn to Pace Twenty liam Bradbury, Mrs. Helen Bernier, Helene Boucher. $20 Brenner, Mr. &: Mrs. John CaJuliette Cardinal, Mr. &: Mrs. Mrs. Marion Tukey, Mr. &: Joseph Charette, Anonymous, mara. Mrs.- Paul Olenick, Falmouth Mr. &; Mrs. Thomas Carroll, Mr. &: Mrs.' Fernand· Cote, Auto Sales, Mr.' &: . Mrs. John '--ecITCHENs--/" Mr. &; Mrs. Norbert Carvalho, Joseph Coulomhe. Hughes, Dr. &: Mrs. Gerald L. Mr. &; Mrs. J. Louis Clemmey, Mr. &: Mrs. Fernando DaSilva, Doherty. friendly . woo'Robert Coggeshall, Anna CoD- Mr. &: Mrs. Aurele Dion, Dorea Mr. &: Mrs. Leo Griffin Jr., Doucet, Berlra' Duclos, Mr. &: nerton. Mr. &; Mrs. Winthrop Lumbert, W_ IlACI companionable, ....... In Memory of Charles E. COB- Mrs. Georges- Duclos. Mr. &; Mrs. William Keating. maDy work-saving cooveni"...,.,. nors, Angela Cyr, James Dacey, Mr. &: Mrs. Emile Duval, J!ea$15 ... in new NATURAL FINISH" Edward Darcy, Mr. &; Mrs. trice FoIster, Yvonne Froment, William McCann, Tony's ... choice of lovely colon. Joseph Desrosiers. Mr. & Mrs. Honorius Goddu, Mr. Diner, Smith's Variety Store, : 365 NORTH FRONT STREET: Send coupon for colorful ~ Mr. & Mrs. Michael Dignan" &: Mrs. Adrien Guay. Mr. &: Mrs. Joseph B. Miskell let ahowing new model kite....... Family, Margaret Diskin, Mr. &; : NEW BEDfORD •: Mr. &; Mrs. Joseph Hamel, Jr., Jerry's ':Bar &: Grille, Mr, Mrs. Edward Doolan, Mrs. Dan- Mr. &: Mrs. James Kirby, Mr. &;- &: Mrs. Joseph Cardeira. ,, WYman 2-5534 ,, M..II co..... TlHl.,I ' , -r, , I iel P. Driscoll, Mrs. Alice &: Miss Mrs. Albert Lavoie, Mr. &: ·Mrs. Mrs. Francis Cobb, Cmdr. & ' f __- - _ Alice Duggan. Bertrand Letendre, Eva Leten- Mrs. J«;>1:1o M. Joseph. _ Mr. &: ,Mrs. John Dutri, Mrs. dre. $10 Raoul Gagnon, Mr. &; Mrs. EdMr. &; Mrs. Edgar Levasseur, Frank Makeley, Thomas ... ward Gahan, Mr. &: Mrs. Daniel 'Romeo Paquette, Mr. & Mrs. Dolan,. Mr. & Mrs. Terrence L. Grace, •Mr. & Mrs. Frank HanHector Proul~, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Dineen, Major &, Mrs. Vincent Ring, Florida Rioux. . ley. , Ricci, Mr., & Mrs. Edward BourMr. &; Mrs. Gerald Holleran, Elisa Arsenault, Mr. &: Mrs. goin. Middleboro Rood. Route l':~:' Janice Hurley, Margaret Hurley, Benoit Beaudoin, Mr. &; Mrs. (Lee Bourgoin, John Malloy,. Mary Hurley, Mary T. Hurley. Antonin Bedard, Edilbert Brault, Louis Botelho, Mrs. Lewis LawEAST FREETOWN .' Ruth Hurley, John Kenre~, Mr. &: Mrs. Benoit Canuel. rence, Mr. & Mrs. George FonDorothy Kirby, Mr. & Mrs. , . ' ......... bulld 0 NmOd.1 0- Plea•• ,......_ Lucette Cardinal, Mr. &: Mrs. , seca. .lIlt plctw.. of .ew _eel ~it_ Eugene LeClair, Mrs. LueUa Albert Couture, Mr. &:Mrs. Mr. &; Mrs. John Giabbai, Mrs. David Driscoll, Aurielie FranLittle. Charles Riley, Mr_ &: 'Mrs. John Mary Little, Mr. &: Mrs. Den-. coeur, Emilia Gauthier &; Fam- W-hite, McAdams Shoe Store, a nis Lynch, Mar)' Maleady, Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. John Ferreira Jr. ily. . I Bertha Manning, The McPart,. Mr. &: Mrs. Arthur Gendreau, H. L. Baker Co., Frederick V•. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Lanciault, Arland Family.. Lawrence, Inc., Mr. &; Mrs. ManRobert Mitchell, Francis A. thur G. Lecours, Bertha Martel, uel - Lopes, Appel's Falmouth Moran, Claire &: Hillard Nagle,. Mr. &; Mrs. Reul Martel. Pharmacy, Mr. & .Mrs; Leonard o Mr. &; Mrs. Thomas Nataly, Alice Michaud,. Mr. &: Mrs. Martin. Eugene Morin, Celina Normand, Ellen O'Brien. Lillian O'Hearn, MI'. &; Mrs. Mr. &: Mrs. Charles Parent, Mr. DONAT BOISVERT EdwardRegan,Mrs. Lean Reilly, &: Mrs. Georges E Pelletier. New Bedlorrrs Only Authorized Mr. It Mrs. Raymond Reynolds, Mr. &: Mrs. Arthur Plante, Mr. INSURANCE AGENCY Robert Roach. . &:Mrs. Andre V. Raymond, Mr. ~ John Rogan, Mr. &; Mrs. Ber- & Mrs. Nelson Rioux, Mr. & All Kinds Of Insurance nard Ryan, Mr.. &: M,:s. James Mrs. Edgar Ross, Dr. &; Mrs. O. 96 WILLIAM STREET 545 MILL ST. Ryan, Joseph Ryan, Daniel ,'I'. St. Denis. NEW BEDFORD~ MASS. NEW REDFORD. MAS& Rosa Smith, Mr_ & Mrs. Roland Shea: Mary Shea &: Helen Goff, Sorel, Therese Sorel, Cecile WY 7-9486 DIAL WY 8-5153 Amelia Standish, Ann Standish, Sutton, Martha St. Laurent. Personal, Service Richard Sullivan, Eileen SulliIda Simard, Joseph .Eudore van. Vautrin. Gertrude Sullivan, Nellie SulST. ANTHONY OF livan, Mr. & Mrs. James SweeTHE DESERT NO JOITOO IIG ney, Mr. &: Mrs. Henry Thomas,. '$150 Mr. &:Mrs. Charles Tizard. NONE TOO SMAll Do You Work in a Factory, Chor Bishop Joseph' Eid. Agnes Tunney, Mr. & Mrs. $50 Garage, Machine Shop or Frank Whelly, Mr. &: Mrs. WilMonS()ur Ferris. liam White Rose A. &: Emma Gasoline Station? $25 Worsley, M~nuel Almeida. We PIck up and deliver. clean Albert Faris. Mr. &: Mrs. Bruno Baiocchi, .. PRINTERS. and repair overalls. Also we have $10 Mrs. Cathe~ine .Barlow, Mr. &; a complete line ot Coveralls. Pants Holy Rosary Sodality, ChilMaia Olliee and ..... Mrs. Eugene Bertrand, Mr. &: and Shirts tor sale. Mrs. William Blythe, Mr. & Mrs. dren of Mary, Mr. &; Mrs. Ed-:LOWElL, MASS. ward Khoury, Mrs. Tanous We reclaim and wash any oily. John Boynton.' TelepboDe Lo~n dirty or greasy ragl. Mr. &; Mrs. Thomas Brown, Faris~ Mr: &: Mrs. Nasib Shaker, Mr. &; Mrs. Thomas Carroll, Mr. lIr. & WI's. George Shaker. , Why Buy When We Supply QL .-..sa ... ST. ROCH & Mrs. Henry Cottrell, MI's. $100 Juliette Crawford, Mr-s. MarA.,..tHary ...... Rev. Reginald Barrette. garet Dacey. $50 Edward Daylor, Mr. &; Mrs. BOSTON Rev; -Adrien Gauthier, Rev. Francis Duckett, Mrs. Frank OCEANPORT, N. J. ;It Robert -Kirby. Duffy Sr., Mrs. Catherine Faw'AWTU~KET, .. I. Z' Howard Ave.. New Bedford $10 cett, Alice Fitzpatrick. •• ..bone WI.-.fl.· ...··WI 9-aU5ll • Leo Vezina John ~itzpatrick. ~tta

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Family, Manuel Pacheco, Our . $20 I Lady of Health CYO, Alfonso., Aime Goyette & Family, An-' Oliveira. toinetle Michaud, Joseph, Lavoie , Joseph, Luongo, Richard Ter-' & Family, Arthur.'Gauthier. ' lisner; Francisco' J.' ~Pacheco, , $12. Manuef Vital, LidgoSousa, AnOctave Fluet & F,amily; DanieJ tone Barreto, ;Jose. Sousa' OH.. ve'ira.' ' Marchand. An appetizing pot $10 " " ,ST. ,ANTHONY OF PADUA roas' ,- is a Arthur Dubreuil, Mrs. Benoni $300 , ,_' everllme ~erved. a Goy.ette, Arthur, Vidal, Philias ' Rev. Laui'eano C. dosRws. , LB. , f a m i l y .faVOrite LB Ouellette & Family, Edgar $50 Chenard. Rev. Joao C. Martins. , FRES~ O~ SMOKED - Lean, Tasty Robert Tach,e & Family, AI,$20 bert .. Rioux, Emile' Rancourt, • Mac .Andrade. .J.:.i,. George Cote, Armand Desma.,. " Si5 , rais' Sr.' , Angie's Fashions. Edna Clement, Mrs. Aurore , $10 Clement, Mrs. Clovis Mayrand,. Frank Silvia Hazel Medeiros' Roia,nd Piliotte, Manuel Correa. 'John It. Vince~t Emery Gomes' Mrs., Ovide p.ilotte, Joseph 'Orlando Confo;ti, Tiargo B: Valcourt, Flavlen ~agace, Silva 'Council of Catholic Edouardina & Joseph GUimond, ,Wom~n. 0 ' ~n~m~ , Mr~. F,rancois Vaillancourt, OUR LADY OF ANGELS / ! Ru~sell Roy., Paul Casavant, $250 See what real," value is ••• Cha~les Lavoie & FamilY, Lionel ;Rev. Joseph L. Cabral. See What 10cWili Buy' ' . ' $50," /' D esroslers. , ' 'R M I A . Mrs. Charles 'Gendreau, & ,ev. anlJe ndrade. Family, Donat Blanch~tte.. ' '' $25", , George Casavant, Dr. J.D. Milot, Joseph Theodore, Julia Simas" , Oscar Phenix. ' John Travis. ' ' Armand Thiboutot, Alfred $10 ' E" 'Ca~on Henry Guay;' Thomas Alfred F. Almeida, Manuel ' Tachel i:eoriidas'Moreau. ' ArrUda, .Manuel I correia, Fur-'" 'eA Odilon Ouellette,:Maurice'Be- '. tado Family,L_wrence Pacheco; 1an'ge~; . Jos~ph' ,Laroche, fran':': Alice Pontiff, Joaquim Costa; Whole, 18 cois Deschenes & Family, Agathe ,~anuel' Costa, Mr. & 'Mrs. White 'EI\ 6: Odile Gagnon. / ',' -" tone' Michaels, Atty. &,' Mrs., ",'. ' : Mrs; Rosanna Paquette,: Nap9~ Frank. A.Rodrigues" Nicoliui , leOn' Picard, Daniel Arsen,lUlt, "Teixeira " ~',"'" . .' Inte~eitedinSaYing Eugene Gagnon, Ernest' Oue,l-. \ SANTO CHRISTO , Jette. , ' $:eOO :" ' ' '. ' Dr. Robert Milot, George'LeRev. Francisco C ..Bettencourt. Sweet'F.:IU 'Eah":--:'Fu/l, of, l8uit, Ovide Talbot, Deneiie,, $100 , ~" ", E"RS. ,,' qFCqURSE YOU ARE .' Lo"; prIces Mee these ,Plump, Milky;, Kernels' Bergeron; Alfred Gagnon' & Rev. Anthony, M. Gomes'. ar~ found at Firs' National Stores every day., Family. $75 PLAIN' 'OR IODtZED , Donat Mailloux, A Friend, AIDr. Raymond It. Costa. , ' , \ ' \ phonse Laroche, Joseph Labou-' $50 . , ' , I ~~:~ 0% 'C~'ifornla Valencia,-,Good ,La liere" & ,Family; Mrs.. Napoleon 'Dr. & Mrs. Jesse Baptista, Rev. TABLE NAPKINS Si~e WIth ,Plenty o( Juice ,,lAG, PI&urde, & Cora. Daniel L. Freitas. "" ,Aldrich Bamford, Matthew $25 ' , To ga,nishmost anything, enhances natural fla~or of foods PK~J of Labecki, Arman'd Gauthier, EdRepresentative Manuel C. 9 KEEPS FOOD FRESHER Sunkist ,Ce~ :k mond St.' Michel, 'Demetrius Faria, A Friend, John Brilhante. REG leKas-Bermuda-Mild mellow variety.ld~;'i for seasoning Ouellette. $10 Roll Wilfrid Bourassa, Lena Gte,Antone Souza, Maria'& -Alex-' a'fG MOlT'S ni~r, Theodore Grenier; Armand _ andrina f'acheco, Oliveira Fam"150 -. ' Theroux, . Ernest Gagnon .& ily, ;i3eatrice &: Anibai Souza,' .JARS% THIS WEEKS,/GROCERY SPECI~LS! A ~ Family. ' , , ' Dolores E. Beiga, . BUACH FRUIT FLAVORED Mrs. Alfred Desmarais & Fam.,. Alfred L.' Campos, Anthony, Clor~x J~~l l/~~tl Uy, Mrs. Adrienne, Theriault; Pacheco, Mrs. Antone Dias, John' Arthur, Bizier, Albert', Beau- ,Moniz, Carl Frederick. . ' FOR QUICK EASY BISCUITS TOMATO SOUP 'llfl II ,doin, Edward Sullivan. Mrs. C. 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Vincent Pedro, Mr. & Mr.s. Emu ST. MATHIEU 'Wilbur, ·Mr. &, 'Mrs. William $25 'Woll, Thomas Boisclair. Edgar Poisson. Miss Beatrice Carney". Ray $15 Cooney,,, Mr. .& Mrs. Joseph Mr. & Mrs: Eugene penoy. . Hughes, Mrs. Lois Kennistort, $12' Mrs. Mary Kilburn.' Mr. &: Mrs. Wiifrid Pelletier & Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Jost, , Mr. Family. & Mrs. William Perry; :Mr. & Mrs. William -Reilly. $10 Mr. & Mrs. Philippe VaillanNorth AttlebOro , -, . .', eourt, Mr. & Mrs. Leon Boulan-' ST. MARY'S ler & Family, Mrs. Adela Le$800 vesque, Mr. & Mrs. Leo ArseMary Kennedy, ~ Mr. & Mrs. Rev. Edward B. Booth. nault,. Mrs. Emerilda Parent. Thomas Kearney. Mrs. Maria $109 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Guay & laconis. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Wright. Family, Mr; & Mrs. Felix La$50 fond, Mr. & Mrs. Herm~nigilde Mrs. Elbert Gaudette, Mr. & Rev. Edwin J. Lo~w, Rev. Mrs. Francis Doran, Mr. & Mrs. Lavoie. . Armando A. Annunziato, Mr. & :William Durant, Mr. &' Mrs. Leo Mrs. Alfred Kivlirt. ' Attleboro CIQutier,- Louise Corrigan. $30 ST. JOSEPH John Corrigan, Jane Carley, Mrs. Elizabeth Croke. $250 Mr. & Mrs. George Bryant, Mr. $25 Rev. 'Ubalde J. Deneault. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ferland, & Mrs. John Armour, Mr. &' Mrs. $50 Fred Glover. Rev. Henry R. Canuel, Yvonne Mr. & Mrs. James Coogan, Mr. &Mrs. Raymond McCarthy, Madeline Gorman, Mr. & Mrs. Bamel, Joseph DesVergnes. David McQuade', Mrs. William 'Herbert Gray; Mr. & Mrs. Pat$25' ',' Kiehn. . rick Grimaldi, Mr, & Mrs. RobBeatrice Peloquin. $24 ert Habershaw, Mr. & Mrs: $20" 'Nancy Chabot. Thomas Hyde. Adrian Antaya, .Oscar 'Desro$20 ., c. Iliers. $15 \' ., : . Mr. & Mrs.. Reginald Curran, ' : Mrs. Alice Jel?son,: Mildred George ,Juaire. ·Mr. & Mrs. John Gaffney, Mr. & Leary, Marilyn Madden, ·Mr. & $10 ." Mrs. John Hamm,: Mr;' & Mrs;' Mrs. Magnani, Earle Meyer. Roland Brochu, Richard-Cas- Rollins Maloney, ~. & Mrs; M~s. Gertrude Mond~r, 'Alice' tro, Gaetan Collette, Cyr~l Cote, Edward Nolan. MullaneyI' Mr. & Mrs. Peter: Frank Frazer. . . '. $15 .'. MUllen,Mr.. & ~s.· Raymond ., Joseph Rosario Fredette," ,·Mr. &: Mrs. Rudolph Berthold, Murphy, WalterM~Cann:Theodule Mandeville, Arthur Mr. & Mrs. -Norman Bressette, Mr. & Mrs.- ~eorge. McGee, Mullins, A'11herst ,~e~l~tier, ~he. M r..& M rs. Douglas Gaudette, M G Pion Family. Mr. .& ~ Mrs'. - Arthur Fillooly, c_ rath Family, Mr. & Mrs: . James McKeon, Frank McKeon, Edw~rd Daigneault, llaY.lllond Mr. & Mrs. Thomas McCarthy, Rose McLean. Brassard; Ernest Croteau, Jean' Mr. & Mrs: Harold Sumner•. & Joseph: F; , . Fortin 'Bertha""" :" . $12 _ . ,_.' Marcella· McLean, Gertrude , J . A ....-" & 'M' O'Donnell & F.lorence. Ellis,',' Mr~ Fontneau _ '.' .' I . '. " . . . , enme ,ngus, "WI. rs. Doris '. Levasseur . "Ed:~ar:d Jelix"Yatusites:' . ~ Mrs. Edwin O'Leary, Mr. "~ Gaudreau, Fred ,Vadr-ais , Donat'·" - ''': ""', $10 Mrs....CjohnO'Neil,.Mr..,& Mrs: Desroslers, Louis :Rerry. ,Mr.. ,& ·Mrs. Melvin Andrews, John Paino. Lucien F. Paul Samuel Pino ,Jos~ph. Bourgeois, . Mrs. Mary' Mr. & Mrs. Philip Rushlow, Richard Thimot ~ Ephrem Ba~ Be-aulieu, ·Mr.. & . Mrs. Robert 'Mr~ & Mrs. Dorily Sarazin, .Mr. chand;. Lawren~ Governo. Booth; Gertrude" Carr., :' & ,Mrs.. R9ger Sarazin, .Mrs. \. Roland Provost, Leonide Gau~ • , Mrs.- Catherine Chatterton" Annie. Smith,Mrs.. Elizabeut lin Clarence Gurn1paul Lafer- Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Chilli, Mrs. Smith~ _.' rie~e, Wilfred Joubert. . Augusta Collin's, Margaret <;:urMr. & Mrs. ·John Spadoni. Armand Pimlult LE:Qn Cham- ley, Mr. & Mrs. John Curran &~ Clara Sullivan, Mr.· & Mrs. Edpigny, Armand D~ucette, Roger Family.. ' - ward Wolfe, Mr. & Mrs. James Achin, Leger Tuicot~e. . Mr. & Mrs.-Paul Danesi;- Rich;;.. Whalen, Mrs. Sarah Willersin. Lionel A. Demers, Henri ard 'Darlton, Mrs. Marion DeMr. & Mrs. Wil\iam Woloshyn, Proulx, Leon Nolan, Alfred Priest, Rose Diamond, Margaret Helen Wright, Mr. &' Mrs. Pellissey, Robert George. Doran. ' Joseph Zain & Mai'y,_Mr. & l\~rs. Frederick Lincoln, -Frank & Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Dorey; Joseph Miconi, Mr. & Mrs. Eunice Hutchinson' Adelard Mrs. Rita Dunham, Mr. & Mrs. Jos,eph Cabral. Turgeon, Frank B~ivin, Mary 'William Emmett,. Mr.. & Mrs.:, Boudreau. Frederick Fisher, Catherine' ~------------'" Lelia, Agnella &:' Eva Goud-: Frazier & Sarah Monahan. Spend' A ~utifui, reau, Eugelle Touzin, Ernest Mr. & Mrs. Albert. Gaboury, WEEKENJ;> IN NEW YOR~ Boyer, Aurore ,Green, George Gagnon 'Family, Mr. & Mrs;· Complete :roursArran~ed Paul, . Rosario Proulx, Eugene Harry ·.S.tanford,Mr. & Mrs. . Incl~ding"-' Toracinta. Mich.ael Nolan; Mr: &. Mrs. Ed~ ward' Smith. . ". -", TRANSPORTATlON- HOTEL Mr. &' Mrs. F.rank McManus,' Attleb.oro THEATERS Judith McEnroe,' Mrs. Joseph ST. JOHN'S McEnroe, W'miam McCarthY," $1,000 Mr. & Mrs. Jo1m Kiernan. . Rt.: Rev. John J. Shay. . Mr. & Mrs. Norman -LeTour- TRAVEL SERVICE , $200 neau, Mrs. Katherin~ Kennedy, Mr.: & Mrs. James.A. Carey. 364 Hersom St. WY2-9321: :$120;'./ . 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FIRST ANNUAL CPA AWARD: At thE! annual convention of the Catholic Press Association, Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi (right)' Apostolic Delegate to the United States, present:;; the first annual CPA award, a statuette of St. Francis de Sales to Dale Francis, editor of the Lone Star CatHolic of Austin, Texas~ Bishop Albert R. Zuroweste, of Belleville; Ill., honorary CPA president looks on. NC Photo , /

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St: Mary's Holy Name. Ainsworth Mr. & rs: E. Walter ward Smith. Mr. & ·Mr~. Charles Davis, 'M. '" $25 '.\ Barton:' ' ., . James Coogan. S. . Duarte Oil Co., LouiSe Mr. & Mrs. David E. Blake, Mr. Ralph Bella'lance, Mr. & $10· ST. ELIZABETH Thoinas, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph ~ Mr.. & Mrs. Omer Ferland, Miss Mrs. Joseph Bradsllaw & FamFrank Purpura, Jean Gauvard, $'75 ,'bert, Mr. & M;rs. Meredit,y June Marchand, Mrs. Leland ily, ~r. & Mrs. Harold Cum- Clement P. Ozone, Warren St. Elizabeth's Guild. Fisher. Smith, St. Mary's Women's, mings '·Jr., Mrs. Neil Copes, .~r. Daniels, Dr. James H. Leach.. $50 Mrs. Marion Labbe, Mr. • Guild. & Mrs. Pasquale DePietro. Julia Ann Zelik, Eva Maria Mr. & Mrs. Donald Berube Mrs. Peter L. Regan, Mr. & MrS. Mr. li Mrs. Richard Blake, ·Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dias, Mr. & Dane; Elwyn Doane, Jane Davis, $25 Eugene Costa, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Edna Masgay. ' Mrs. Peter Donato" Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cour~nt. Connors . Market, Corinne's Simmons, Frank R. Swia~tz, ~~ . $2. John Duffy; Mr. & Mrs. Frarcis .,David Bessom, Joseph. L. & Mrs. Michael Fontes.. ' " Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph LaPalme. Farrell, Mr. & ·Mrs. Robert Far- Selansky; Edward Berry, Ef!lil~ , Beauty Shop, Alfred Hall. . , Mr. &; Mrs. Ellsworth Fisher; Mr.. &. ·Mrs. Charles DoWOf, .$20 rell." DeVille. ' .. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph .F. Bi~n,- .·.··Mr. '& Mrs. R'oger Ferland,:,Leo"Barry, Wilfred, Ferreira.. , Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Flyrin, Mr.. Mrs. Everett Robie, Mrs. Cele8;: Alfred Doyle.. , tino Oliver, Mr. & Mrs. J~p~ "enue, Mr. & Mrs, John. Con- ,The Misses Fisk, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Gallagher, George Davi~, &;, Mrs, . . $20 Telles, Anna Oli:ver. /' .' . nolly & Family, Mr. & Mrs. J:ohn Richard Gallilcher, Mr:· &. Mrs. Charles Borgarello. Harborside Inn, Harborside ,Humber-to Coloneri, Mr. ,'. S. Francis, The Lynch Family, Frank GoVernl Jr., Mr. & ,.,rs. ·,Leonard· Tarvers, ,.Robert . . Mrs;. James Rego,- Herald D~ Mr. & Mrs: C,Edward . KileY, . 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of a vocation: kit distril,luhid throughout the Dioc'ese. At right center, girls from St. Mary's Academy in Fall River,staff a booth on behalf of the Sisters of""Mercy. J.;eft to right are Nancy Smith, ,Geraldine Rodgers and Rachelle BOIichard.At far right, youngsters 'are absorbed in material shown them by:'Father Norman; SS.CC. ;Left to.right are 'Raymond Landry, Richa~d, P~quette and-l'formanq FQurnier.' May js'Yocation-month, but daily prayer for vocation essential.. ' . .

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/' 8 S;. BERNARD 'last year o -and20,728 religious' ' " '.. . , ' ' d i c t i n e · and Trappist !T1onks are priests,. an increase of 1;060. A' ' , ' , ' . ," . .By, PatrIcIa McGowan .". . . , ' , ,I . •' .. : ' serving, as subjects in a public ~tal Q~2,545' newlY .ordained', . This is Vocation' Mont)l in the Dioceseof FallRiver,~ut that doesn't mean v.ocations ,~ealt~ study. of the influence of pr!ests' are listed. ,for the first are neglected for the rem~[nirii i 1 rriorith~'.O f."th~ year,. The' priest' whoseesthey';e .ndt .. : diet', ~If a~teriosc1erosis, .~-- type . time. " . is R.ev. JohnJ.·'}Iay~s; adminlstrat9:f ofSt·.MarY'~(parish;New .Bedford;He is Director . o~ ha5~en~ng o,f Jhe·,~rterles. ", Professed 'religious .personnel, ~f Voeations 'for 'th~" PiOc~se:' The firsf holde J::' pf the off~c~; he' .has·, h,ad'~ the.aSsigtiment .' T~'~, Georgia J:)~parfmerit of: .. ' 9,709 . Brothers . . 1951 ,wen,· h' D.'lOceses '. '. '. >.m' .. ". ,'." . . " ' , ' , .' . -: . " , . '.' , . , .':". . " p,ubhc, l;Iea.lth long-term , include '.' . " . and' ' . SInce ,'. ' . . . .' 'J' " .,' .","., 'b t said ' th 1164,922 Sisters, repr~senting re-, ,',,'. '1 'b' ". " ", . ';"t' ~ " ."Everyone,'should say it" em-" 'g"rowiilg:, activity' of Serra. 'Club~ " companson. e ween men m. e ' llpective' in'creasesof 15 'Brother's g~ner~, . egan. appo~n" 109 phasize'd"Father HayeS.'~n'~t"just' i l ' fine sign' of lay interest i~ ;:f:Wo.""Qrders; .both' ofW~Ichre"',' (J and 347 Sisters.'" , speclal"prlests for,the,Job of ,the .children."··" , " ·,vocations..Serrans h'ave for their' _ quire a controlled life but which " The fulltime teachi~g staffs of nurturing interest in the 'reVaried Infonnationaim' tile' material and" sPiritual ' .differ .in diet, will be. a,:ailable. all educational institutions under ligious life.. encouragement \ of ,vocations. TrapPIsts are vegetarIans,,' ." , . Info'rmation about vocations' . , , H.is work is many':facete,dbut, ~ , Clubs have l}een ac.tive in Fall ,.. "Per'iodic ,.'physical. examin,a-" , Catholic auspices, hl!-ve increased ~' . ~y 8,78~, or' alinostsixper cent, s;lys.:fatherHayes, it boils down' open 10, youth is supplied' in River since 1952 ',and, In .:AttIe"-," tions blood. analyses arid: diet , ~'a rec9rd total 'of 156,116, to' a two-fold· program: first· many ways, '1;'his year vocation, b9ro since 1956. A third" group, , .:reco;ds will be' made. of 'the' CQmprising,,, 10;429" priests,' 920 comes prayer for vocations' then .kit.s' haVE< 'been distributed. to in New, Bedfor.d, 'received ..' its 'Trapnists at;·.Our, Lady' of the. , '. . . ' , , , ' ev'ery7ih. and'" 8th grade claSs.. . .." . .. ' . .. . , charter 'last month. ' . , '.. Holy Ghost,Abbey Conyers Ga scholastics, 4,506 Brothers, 95,516 information 'about, them.' Siste'rslmd 43;745 fay '.teachers.' ...., in the, Diocese. These . confain' , . '. ' , ." ,,' . ' ,,, ,? .. , .. ' ,H~a~l.ing the spiritual progr;lm ,'posters, factu,al' material arid a: : Chief r~sponsibility for voca:- ,a~d .tpe B~nedictines at S1. BerThere are 8,616 mo~e,,1ay, teach':' ,. is the annual triduum of Masses', guidebook. for teachers. ,,' tions, however, must 'lie" with: nard Abbey here. en, an inc.rease o,f .2~:~ I>er c~nt. . for vocations,h~ld thi~y~ar in ' . ' , youth. itseif, and 'Father ,Haye$" " ", Father Hayes' acts" as a ciear- . ...--~.---~------. More Seminarians, Fall River;' New Bedford and, jng.house 'for members of reli.,.." is:,: optiluistic ,a I;> 0 u·t .,today's', S,iI".,'merCottciges,. The' directory 'reportS ,16,185 . Ta~nton.· '.' gious 'orders who wish to visft,· you.ngsters., ':'They' are attracted parishes' wit~V'esident'pastors-::. Pe,ntec~st ,Sunday iscon~id-:- schools. and speak on. the. work, by Iiig.h ideals' andev~~"if"t~ey For Rent ' an increase" of 193 ~ ,anp. 568' ered 'Vocation Sunday ~n'd.lead- of their communities: With re":"" irv~olv,~ !!.acr:ifice, ~hey: ar¢ .will,Week; Month, 'Season up to it isa novena for voca- .gard 'to information on the iiIi- ing to embrace' them."' . .' ' . ' . P an,'shes wit.hout residen't,..Clergy, 'ing, h' h ' "', l' " ,. Near' Beach "Warm water; " ~a!ting a' record total of 16;753 tlOns, at w IC a .specla prayer portant role "of' the Diocesan.' ,He 'quotes, :too, words 'of' Pius ' '. Catholic parishes _in the~U.S. 'is recited~ . clergy, he' has.a group ,0£..12, XI; "We' shall always 'discover' Surf· bcithing; Sa"ndy beach Also listed are (867 missions, "Cards bearing ,the prllyer"'are, priests .who assist in the job of . ourselves unab'leto cOn.tribute .. Call' or See IiERBERT VOSS 1,603 stations and 10,390 chapels distributed. aIulually to school speaking. in scllools. B?ys" at· to anything greater, than' the '., \. ": ,S~ifd ,:lieach R9.Od -an increase of 586 places children of the: DioceS,e.aitd it'is' Coyle HighSchool, -the, DIOCesan ,making ,of a good 'priest."" . Warenam,:Mass. CY 5-0935 where Mass is' regulariy cele- recited after every Mass for the' secondary school" have, ample .' ' . ,.;' '. . ~ , " " .' brated. nine days preceding Pen~ecost. opportunity to eyscuss' possible - ' " t' : A new high of 13,619 separate vocations to the pJ;'iesthood wi.th" ~. KROYDEN educational institutio"ns in.cludes Pupils 'in 9,814 parish ele~~- them. " ~ Golf Clubs 40% off 94 diocesan seminaries; 424,re-:tary schools. now total 89,859. The Director, of Vocatio;'s ligious order semina~ies, novi,;,' Ther'e "ar:e 11,567 sbidlmts in' the stresses the importance of par, . CYO SPORTS EQUIPMENT tiates and scholasticates, 258.. 128 protective institutions, :ents' in. encoura~dng,' pudding.' ~" ' :'Ifij' CQlleges and, universities, ~,583' Care for' Sick. , "interest)~ 'the priesthOOd or e BASEBALL diocesan and parish high schools, ,'" The flif.ther '·progr~ss·of r~li:';' Sist~rh?Od'. 'gOOd Catholic ~ , ' Oil BURNERS. ,e ' ".ASK~TBALL ' .... 845 private. hig.h schools,. 9,814.'" • ". hom' e ,:0f vo~a-., 'AlsO compiete Boiler-Burner eTROPHIES . , , .gious' ."iiIstrliction . to coildren; .; . e' .IS " the' , . ~!.;n ur,sry 'or" Furnace 'V'ni0;' Effie' JADO ' ," -,.' . 'hons" he saId 'In commenting -. ~ • P arish e.lementary s<;ho. ols,~ a.n'·, .u,·nder.. reIe.ased'tiine;dn;reli~iou"s~ "" ,.'. :'n' " h'< ." ,-.J :" .,'~' .... ", , low cost. heatInc. Burner and , OPE~-THURS. '& FRt. NilES increase of 1~1-illid.<.l73 pfivate vacation' schools .. ' and ' other 9 .f e n",~ber ~ of cases wh~re 'fuel oil sales'and service. eiementary "schools; . There ,a"e' classes is evidenced :by 3313852' n.ot· one, bu~ two or. three v~a-" y.O'.• o· 0' , HOB.BY'TOWM aiso 128 protective. 'institutions, "pliblic ' s'choo( children r~cei~ing' bons come 'from a smgle famIly. ' 1501 Acushnet Ave'. WY 6-8725 with 11,567 youths in attendance." religious. i.nstruction, a'· y'ear's \" Lay Interest . 480' Mt.: .Pleasant Street , New.Bedford' New educational institutions in' New Bedford , WY'S-2m elude three diocesan seminaries, increase of 588,270 ?upils.Of Fattier· Hayes termed the The 94 diocesan seminadesre-·' these 855,180 are high school . , Port enrollments of 19,602 semin_ pupils and 2,458,672 are in ele-' mentary grades. ~ A total.. of children' cared for in foster 'In ,These Two Hearts arians,can increase of 514, while 8,549,019 America'n.yo.uths in all ' . , , the 424 novitiates and schoiasti:" homes, however, ate, 1,381inore . 'grades are under Catholic in- t!lan a year ago. The total 'of THE RELIGIOUS OF THE cates' of the religious orders .. struction-:-an increase of 798,642, 48,621 dependent children. reHOLY UNION OF THE have 18,5Q4 students or 611 more, or 10,3 per' cent over'c'omparable . ., , flects an increase of 343 within indicating a total of ·38,105 can- figure.s for, ·1958. h " ,. . SACRED HEARTS didates for the priesthood. . t e past year. Homes for .inThree new'institutions bring valids and the aged ngw number, ~. Find: HAPPINESS in Time / Students Increase the number .of Catholic ho&pitais 332, an increase of 18, with addiand HOPE for Eternity The upward trend in Catholic, to 942, while bed capacities have tional facilities of 1,292, for college and university enroll- been increased by 2,718, to a 29,182 residents~ THESE BLESSINGS ARE YOURS, ments for the sixth year is re- total of 145,190. The number of ' G a i n in Conversions IF YOU ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE f I eeted by an increase 0 f 19,374, general -hospitals' is 803,. wit~ . CQllege students during ,1958, The 133,819 beds. For the 13th year in succes'WHAT? .' SlOn, " . of . ' To' com b at ERROR w,' ith Truth. recorq' post"war decrease of the number ,converts , 31,699 occurred in 1951-'52. Cur. ~ Nurse'Training. entering ,theCathoiic Church WHERE? On the BATTLE FRONT, of the CLASSROOM. , rent enrollments f. now ,t 0 tal . The 139" s p e cia r '~~spitals exceeded 100,000.. During 1958,', .." ..~ " , : 290,867, or 21 per cent more col:. accommodate 11,371. Patients 140,411 becarrieCatholics, bring-.' .-WHY?T9,SANCTlFYSEL~cindONE~S·~NEIGHBOR. . lege students than 10 years ,ago treated, in .1958 increased ,by :ing the -total conversions during ',. '..,'" . ~ "':"':an increase of 50,819 over the ..344,541, to '8;. 'record high of . the past d~cade to 1,301,355. '. ,.HO'w?,iBy:,ir:nparthig, ~~OWLEDGE ill1bu.edwi~h CHRIS-. , 240,048' in ) 9 4 9 . . 12,084,317. '''' , , '. The number oflD58 infant'. 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