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The ANCHOR !Fall Rivero Mass. q 'fIJuusday, May 25, ]961

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FR. McALOON

!FR. LANE

FR. MoCARTIHl¥

FR. KEEFE

Priestly Silver Jubilee

Congregation on Sept. 14, 1937 of Lourdes, Wellfleet, and as p:llli>­ in Fairhaven. He made perpet­ tor at St. Joseph's, Fairhavel11l. ual profession at ordination May Since 1964 he has' been counseloi' on the staff of the superior gen­ 28, 1942 in Washington, D. C. He served as a U. S. Navy eral in Rome. chaplain from 1950 to 1956 with Father McAloon, pastor oil versary of their ordination Sun­ Holy Trinity Church, West Har­ . the rank of Lieutenant Com­ day, May 28. They will mark the wich, since 1953, was born June mander. occasion with a Mass of Concel­ Father McCarthy received the . 23, 1912 in Lowell. He has served! ebration at 11 Tuesday morning, licentiate degree in Sacred The­ as assistant at Our Lady of May 30, ·in St. Joseph's Church, 'l'he 1967 Diocesan Cartholic Charities Appeal today ology from Catholic University Loul'des, Wellfleet, and at Holy <Jllimhed to within $35,119 of the 1966 final total of $741,117. Fairhaven. in 1947 and taught dogmatic the­ Trinity. The jubilarians are Very Rev. ology for some years following. Father Keefe was born June '1t'he current Appeal figure is incomplete, indicating that a Danel J. McCarthy, SS.CC.; Rev. He was a teacher at St. Mal'y's 23, 1912 in Boston. He served in JIDeW all-time record high is in the offing. Raymond U. Kel­ . Jerome Lane, 88.CC.; Rev. Fin­ College, Winona, Minn. fmm Hawaii from 1947 to 1951 and! !!iller, Lay Chairman of the St. Mary, barr B. McAloon, SS.CC.; and 1959 to July, 1963, when he be­ was an assistant at St. Mary's, Rev. James J. ~eefe, SS.CC. ]1967 Campaign, stated today came provincial superior. . North Fairhaven, from 1962 to North Attleboro 19,454.50 Father McCarthy is pro.vincial Father Lane, born in Roches­ 1963. He has been active in pro­ fihat "the theme of this St. John, Attleboro 16,936.00 superior of the United States. ter, N. Y. in 1913 was professed moting the work of the En­ 1iOOr's drive '$25 in com­ St. James, New Bedfol'd 14,047.00 Province. Born Jan.. 20, 1915 in Sept. 14, 1937 and ordained May thronement and the beatification memoration of the 25th year of Mt. Carmel, Braddock, Penn., he professed 28, 1942 in Washington. ·He h:!s cause of Father Damien, SS.CC.. ehe Catholic Charities Appeal' New Bedford 13,885.00 first vows as a member of the served as assistant at Our Lady the "Leper Priest." l'iDlllS certainly proved to be a St. Francis Xavier, well-received motif on the part Hyannis 12,527.50 <Ji people throughout the Dio­

St. Joseph, Fairhaven 12,383.5G

Clase.". ""It was proposed," he added, St. Joseph, New Bedford il,662.56 '"lilbat such a gesture serve as an ctpportunity of manifesting gl'ati­ St. Mary, Taunton 10,840.50 tlude to Almighty God for the Sacl'ed Heart, By Eva Maria Dane Messings the Diocese has re­ Fall River 10,535.00 Mved over the past qual·ter (tf St. Mary, Fall River On one of the most beautiful estates on Cape Cod Bay a gt;OUP of boys prepall'l8 10,321.15 lJJ oontury." St. Patrick, Falmouth 10,271.50 for a life of joyful denial of self in the service of others. Scene of their training is the lRFTlmN LEADlING PAlltllSJllIiES St. Pius X, former Roland Sears Nickerson family holding, whose 1,750 acre deer park on the op­ So. Yarmouth 9,788.00 posite side of the shore road is now' a state camping site in East Brewster. Heirs solcl ~. Lawrence, New Bedford $23,544.50 St. Mary, So. Dartmouth 9,704.00 the rustic chateau and sur­ . i y Name, Fall River 20,905.21 Mornings are taken up with Turn to Page Tw@ rounding farmland to the La­ Our Lady of LaSalette have taken a vital part in the affairs religious instruction, afternooniil Salette Fathers in 1944. First . of the surrounding' communities. with maintenaince of the build­ a novitiate, then a junior Rev. Maurice Proulx, M.S. ings and grounds; in the evening college for aspirant missionary the Superior-Director spent his vocational training is pursued. priests of the congregation, the seminary years here and helped Lay brothers at East Brewstei' Seminary now receives postu­ build St. Joan of Arc School in have chosen a quiet road to serve lants for a year and junior nearby Orleans, the first pam­ . God and their fellowmen. They bl"Others who spend the last year chial school on Cape Cod. do not teach, preach or adminis­ before professi'ng their .vows His brother, Rev. Armand ter the sacraments but their work RACINE (NC) - A complete restructuring of the. here. The intervening novitiate Proulx, M.S., was director of in the background alleviates the ~rjshO school system, new approaches to teaching religion .years are spent at Center Harbor, students during the period the task of the LaSalette priests. l:bllUd greater emphasis on adult education were among in­ N.H. Seminary served as a junior col­ Turn to Page Six Always the futute servants of lege. At that· time students sang Mvations in Catholic education called for at a panel dis­ at special Mass celebrations in etJIssion in this Wisconsin . area parish churches and pro­ l~turgy city. Panelists included: Fr. Since the old idea of parish Bi~~opS' duced morality plays for public structure is "absolutely dead," ©:. Albert Koob, O.Praem., instruction and entertainment. must be motivated to talk executive secretary of the pastors 'The brothers, whose formal to each other.' National Catholic Educational education is less demanding, are Steps must be taken to share Association; Father Neil G. Mc­ able to play an even greater classes through team teaching. role in the life of the Cape Cod auskey, S.J., James M. Lee, ed­ TAMPA CNC)-LiturgicaU towns. llUiation department of the Uni­ VATICAN CITy (NC) Father McCluskey told the renewal has not really takeJnl 'i1Iersity of Notre Dame; and audience that the same pressures The coming synod of bishops -Eo1d because it has not af­ Michael E. Schlitz, senior study that caught up to the public to be held in Rome beginning }ected minds, hearts and! liiirectol', National Opinion Re­ schools 10 years ago have noW" wills in creating a bond of unity, ~rch Center. caught up to the Catholic schools. Sept. 29 will be attended by Auxiliary Bishop Joseph L. Ber­ 1m expected 193 participants rep­ lFather Koob called for a re­ "Out of all this emerged 81 nardin of Atlanta said here. mucturing of the Catholic school much stronger and finer school resenting the Church throughout the world. . "If we are really honest with IiYstem but noted this would not system," he explained. "I would ourselves, I think we must admit Bishop Ladislaus RUbin, per­ mean closing elementary schools. hope that all of us would open CINCINNATI (NC)-Cler­ that the liturgy has not had the manent· secretary of the synod, He said that grade schools may our minds a little b,it wider • • • gymen oj three faiths joined' full effect it is intended 'to oomehow be "tied together'~with but we're open minded only to at in a press conference said it was his personal opinion that the Ildult education programs. here in deploring lavish flJl­ have," the bishop told the Coun­ certain point. Change is going on cil of Catholic Women of the St. fin~t meeting, scheduled tenta­ Father Koob also said: evel'ywhere' except in our schools neral services in a discussion Augustine diocese. Catholic schools must JOllll • <) <) We have failed to innovate." tively to close Oct. 24, will re­ on "Simple Burial and Our Re­ quire more time "at least a. "There is still too much of :n dUrces to follow public schools The Jesuit priest said the key month or five weeks, to finish ligious Traditions." gap between what we do im IlJy i n t I' 0 d u c i n g instruction­ Speakers included :Father Tim­ to the whole problem is that ed­ discussion of the five subjects church on Sunday and what we ud methods through the use oil othy Leonard, assistant at St. do t: e rest of the week," .he said. ucation is a much larger term now on the agenda." ClOmputers. . "The proof of this is that, at a The largest group of represen­ Peter in Chains Cathedral, Rabbi Although 72 per cent (til' than has .been discussed. "We get education in school," tatives will be the bishops Stanley Brav of Temple Sholom, time when church-going is S3 @l:IllJlrch income goes into educm­ he noted, i'but somewhere along elected by the .various national and Rev. Ronald Payne, pastor prevalent and. fashionable, OUI[' Oio«n , finances are still III primary country is deeply troubled by the way some formative values bishops' conferences, which at of Northside Methodist ChUl"ch. )problem. "We live, unfortunately, in :II hatreds and injustices of aIIlI Mot'e consideration mwt he were squeezed aside C I) II< such present total 132. The Eastern (Ji<ven to provide religious in­ things as lovp. of the liturgy anell Rites will be represented by 13 milieu in which spiritual values kinds. are deflated," Rabbi Brav said. "At a tim~ when the Churclln prelates, including six patriarchs. atruction for Catholic pupills fum an intrOduction to parish life." Turn to Page Six . Turn to Page Six Turn to Page Twen~,. Turn to Page SiR: l)l.<bHc schools.

Four priests of the Con­ gregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary will observe the 25th anni­

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Continued from Page One ... FALL RIVER' Aeushnet...... St. Mary $10,32l.J1 st. )'ranm XnIer $3,81S.'ftI 1,736. • Blessed Sacrament 1,927.00 Assonet-St. Bemard Espirito ~anto 1,888.00 Buzzards BayHoly Cross 1,211.00 St. Margaret 7,396~ Holy Name 20,905.21 centerville--:-' Notre Dame' 5;602.00 Our Lady ot. "'dory 3,4-55.11l Our Lady of Angels 7,587.00 Central'VillageOur Lady of H~alth 2,700.00' St. John the Baptist 2,4-96.(1)1 Holy Rosary 3,366.50 Cbatham. Immaculate Conceptionl 5,834.00 Holy Redeemer 4,353.5f) ASSIGNMENTS ! Sacred Heart 10,535.00 Dighton-8t; Peter 1,673.otl , St. Anne 5,660.50 East Brewstel'Bev. HenJ')" 8. Arruda to St. Anthony Church,. Taunton. St.,Anthony of the Desert 695.00 Our Lady of the Cape 2,230.~ St. 'Anthony of Padua _2,409.00 East FalmouthRev. Richard L. Chretien to St. George Church, W~stport. St. Elizabeth . 1,288.00 St. Anthony 4,986.m> St. John the Baptist .:' . 3,438.00 Fairhaven~t. .Joseph 12,383,511) Rev. Roland ~'. Deschenes to St. Michael Church, Ocean St. Joseph 5,854.00 St. Mary 1,841.GS Grove. .3,371.50 Sacred Hearts . St. 'Louis 906.~ St. Matthew . 2,395.50 lP'almouth-8t. Patrick 10,271.00 Rev. Brian J. Harrington to Sacred Heart Church, Taun­ St. Michael Q,194.00 Hyanniston. 12,527.5@ St, Patrick 7,083.00 St. Francis Xavier SS. Peter & Paul .. 6,346.50' Mansfield-st. Mary 9,193.4'81 . Rev. James H. Morse to the Cathedral of St. Mary of the St. ~o~h 3,108.10 MattapoisettA,ssumption, Fall River. ' 2,875.00 St. Anthony 4,307.mJ REV. JOSEIPlBl A.MAR1.'INIEAlJ St.' Stanislaus. st. William 4,919.50 Nantucket. Rev. William W. l'fortOD tJo St. Kilian Church, New Bed­ Santo Christo .3,471.30 Our Lady of the Isle 3,327.~ ford. NEW BEDFORD North DightonHoly Name ' . 9,427.00 St. Joseph 5,293.00 Rev. John J. Oliveira to st. John of God Cburch, Somerset. Assumption 1,955.00 No. EastonOb~ell"ve$ Immaculate Conception 6,020.89 Immaculate Conception 8,554.c:;) Rev. William F. O'Neill to St. Joseph Church, Fall River.. 1"arishioners of St. Joseph's Mt. Carmel 13,885.90 No, Westport3,265.~ 3,002.49 Parish, New Bedford, and fl"iends' Our Lady of Fatima Our Lady of Grace Rev. Ronald Sylvia to Our Lady of the Angels Church, 6.286.5® of Rev: Joseph A.-Martineau, will Our Lady Norton-St. Mary Fall River. 2,340.00 Oak Bluffsgather on two occasions to pay of Perpetual Help 3,088.00 tribute to the New Bedford cur­ Our Lady of Purgatory 152.00' Sacred Heart Assignments"effective Thursday, May 25, 1967. ate as he celebrates his silver Sacred Heart 4,279.10 Ocean Grove4,401.5:) jubilee in the priesthood. St. Anne St. Michaei 2,621.00 At 10:30 on Saturday morning, St. Anthony of Padua . 5,331.50 OrleansJune 3 a con-celebrated Mass of St. Boniface . ' St. Joan of Are 2,686.00 .3:70.00 ·Thanksgiving will be offered by St. Casimir '1)29.85 Ostervi)le-Assumptlon 4-,331.ml the' jubilarian~ Concelebrating' St. Fraricis of Assist 1,969.00 .Provincetown-St. Peter 2,749.7@ 992.25 Raynhl\m-8t. AIm with him will be Rev. Gerard St. Hedwig 4-,580.00 . Boisvert and Rev.. Louis R. St, Hyacinth . 1.,871.50 Sandwich-' -1, 'Boivin. . .'

'St.' J a m e s ' i4;047.00 ' ~orpus' Christl 8,704.C®

, ; Rev. RogerLeD,oc,a ~radua~ . St. John' the Baptist ':;;'8,927.85; 8eekonk--.Mt. Carmel .' 7,082.M)

.of St. Joseph's Parochla'l School . St. J o s e p h · ' ;. H,662.56 ,Somerset- . 4,031.00 .' . an~ 'now an ..assistant at Sacred St. Kilian 4,419.00 St. John of God 6,988.00 Raci~'D' Heart Church, No. Attieboro, will st: Lil\vrE!nce 23,544.50 St. Patrick preach. St. Mary 6,159.75 St. Thomas More 9,020.00 On Sunday evening, June 11 at . St.T;h,eresa . 5,028.00 So. Dartmouth­ FRIDAY~St. Philip Neri, Con­ 9,704.00 DALLAS (NC) _ In keeping 6:30, a testimonial banquet in ,TAUNTON St. Mary fessor. III ClaSS. White. Mass 4,749.50 'So, Easton­ Proper; Glory; 2nd-Prayer St. with his policy. of phasing out . the basement hall of the Churcb . Holy Family 2,835.5G willbe'held in honor of the sil­ . Holy Rosary 2,541.00 Holy Cross Eleutberius, Pope and Martyr; parishes which serve ethriic and no Creed; Common Preface. racial grouPIl,., Bishop .. Thomas ver jubilarian. Iinmacuhite Conception 6,373.50 So'. Yarmouth­ 9,788.M> , K. Gorm'an Of Dallas~Fort Worth" ·The son' of Norberb' H. and OUJ:"Lady of Lourdes 4,078.00 St. Pius X SATURDAY-St. Bede The Ven- . has .abolished immil~ulate Heart . Lydia Bourque· Martineau was Sacred Heart ., " .. :.. '.7,762:00 Swansea­ . erable, Confessor ill:}(l Doctor of Mary parish effective June ·born·'in . Fall River' 0!'l'Marcb '29, ' :St. Anthony·, .' .. ". ",4,558.00' .,.' Our ,La.clY of FatlDm' :..5,947.84 of the. ChUl"ch. ,11,1 C!<\~s, White. 1. 1916. Educated at Semfnaire'de ·St'. James' .' " . . . . . ""';4,388.09.· .St.. DqminJc, .... ,.:4,476.00 Mass . Proper;, GIQry; .2nd The 'p~TfSJi princip~ily'servM. Jo~ette . and the, Gr.al1d Semi­ St 'JOseph' .'.. ':, :;""1),733.00 .. ' St.l,09u,is of France 4,722.5() Prayer St..John I, Pope .,and Negroe\. :Pai\sbionerS will' 'be> ·nalre· de Montreal, ·Father Mar-' :St.'·Mary' .' .,;. "" '10 840'.so· Vineyard HaVen--' ,'. Martyr; :no "Creed; Common absorbe~ byill~rishes'j~ whi'cb:',tineau was ordained on June 4, ·st. Paul, ,: . : "":5;884:00: st., Augustine "'.':' ~·~,689.0f) Preface. '. they reside. ;', ." '.. . ..' .. 1942 in St. Mary~s Cathedral,.Fall . . , '. ,ATTLEB0I10" . . Wareham-,:-5t. PatrleJ[ 8,843.00 . The"Bishop.also'disc1osedthat' River,' by the late·Bishop Cas­ . Holy'Ghost ,. ,''':6930.50'WeJJ.fleet:-''' BUNDAY-:"11 S'unday' ;lifter Pen­ ,I, :,'.' 'SLJohn, .... ,;:"16:936'.00' . Oui' Lady of LoUrdes '2,094. • tecost. II . Class, Green. MasS theschools'of'Blessed'Sacramenf ·sidy.. Following ordination he serVed 'St... Joseph· ., "5,666~OO West· Harwich~ ..' Proper; Glory; Creed; Preface' 'and' of' Holy"Cross 'parishes will close at the end o'f :the present for two years as assistant at St. st. .Mary. .; ... 8,250.'tlo . ':J!oly Trinity . '11,374.0'6 of Trinity: . school term:: Students ~ill. be Michael's' Church, Ocean Grove, St., Step.hen 4,474.00 Westport~. GeOrge ll,068.5G arid' for the past 23 years as asSt. The.resa >: ."'. ,8,453.00 Woods. Hole-8t. Joseph 2,667.se MONDAY-St. M;lry Magdalene enrolled 'in ...theschool of st. De Pazzi, Virgin. HI Class. James parish which will be des- " ·sistant at St. Joseph!s' Church, NORTH ATrLEBORO " , White. Mass Proper; 'Glory; DO ignated as a .regionaL school at New Bedford, his present assign­ Sacred Heart : 5,345:75 G~OUftlS Creed; Common Preface. . the beginning of the, 1967-68 ment. . St. Mary' i9,454.50 II"' school term. Father Martineau is director TUESDAY-Mass, of Previous The Bishop :.explained the of the ch?ir, spiritual advis~r 10 NEW YORK (NC)---Two inSunday. IV Class. Green. Mass VInc.ent d.e SPa\,ll Society", Proper; No Glory nor Creed; s c h 001 consolidation "resillted hthecSt." I L d C fluential . Orthodox Jewish 0lI'­ decreased enrollments, plus ea d ~ ~ Igue u acre oeur, . 2nd' Prayer St.' Felix I, Pope from difficulty in obtaining qualified and IS dlrecfor. of the 60 mem­ ganizations have withdrawn from and Martyr; Common Preface. faculties. '.' bers ~f the, Third Order of St. ¥ILWAUKEE (NC) The an interfaith conference on social FranCIS. Catholic university as. it exists· concerns because they fear it will WEDNESDAY - Blessed Virgin The jubilarian also is in charge today in the United siates is on be devoted to Christian' dogma . Mary, Queen of the Universe. of' the Brownies, the intermedi­ 'its way out according to John and tbeology. ]I Class. White. M.ass Proper; ate' Girl Scout troop' and the Cogley, former' religion' editor The UQion of Orthodox Jewisb Glory; 2nd Prayer St. Petron­ CYO. . of .the New York Times; Congregations and the Rabbiniilla, Virgin; Creed; Preface of The orchestra of Bishop Cas­ Cogley, currently at'the Cen- cal ,Council of America an­ Blessed Virgin. . sidy High 'School, Taunton, wi-ll ter 'for the Study of Democratie DOUJlced' their wJthdr~wal m Institutions at Santa' . 'Barbara; spite of assuranc:es. by the con­ . THURSDAY - St. Angela' . De join the musical' unit'''- of the Sacred Hearts Academy, Fall Calif., made his prediction'to ference sponsors that it would Merici, V~rgin. III Class. White. River, and present a concert to-· H~spita.1 Marque~te University faculty' not include theologicai issues OIl Mass Proper; Glory; no Creed; members at a seminar on the its agenda. . Common Preface. Voti ve M~ .night as a memorial to .the hite'. CHICAGO (NC) -T:he 52nd The conference, whose. theme . prebiems of Christian. higher

in honor of Jesus Christ, the Sister Stephen Mary,'S.U.S.C., annual copvent.ion .of..the Cath­ who taught and conducted the 'ediJcation in ·the Post':'Vatican bJ -rhe Role .of Conscienc!!," wHll Eternal 'High Priest, permitted. olic Hospital Association will be Council II' e r a . ' be beld Sunday and Monday ill Tomorrow is the First Friday Fall River academy for many . ·held here June 12 '. The 20th years.' of the mQnth.) The Catholic university, Cog­ Boston. Its sponsors are the No­ annual meeting of' the C'lnfer­ Edmund Macl;tado will conduct ley' maintains,. is 'the' "product of tional Council of Cpurches, the .ence of Catholic Schools of Nurs­ tilt: combin.,ed orches~ras. National Conference of Catholic ing will be beld conc" rrently an earlier 'defenSive mentality'" which Vatican D forced... Cath­ Bishops and the Synagogue. '\' 00'1 the CP'o\ convention. F '11 point of the meeting wiD olicsto abandon. A" university Council of America, which rep­ be th. crises facing healt'~-care dedicated to the teaching of resents Orthodox, Conservative facilities. Some 6,000 to 7,000 Catholic doctrine will.soon seem and Reform branches of Judaism" JUNE 4 May 28-Corpus' Christi, Sand­ Rev. Jose' P. 'd'Amaral, '1949, persons are expected ';0 attend as anachronistic, be said, as the wich. Pastor, Santo Christo, Fall River.." the convention, .representing -the. Papal, States or belief" in the St. Theresa Convent, Fall temporal power of ih~ pope Rev. Louis J. Terrien, O.P., largest voluntary hospital system River which were once "bolstered by 1920, . Dominican '. Priory, Fall in the U.S. June 4-St. Joseph, Taunton. .JUNE 5 Dr. William H. Stewart, ~;. elaborate theology." St. Kilian, New Bedford.' Rev. Thomas J. McLean, 1954, ge..... -general of the U. S. Public A ~iversity, be continued, JtJ Pastor, St. Francis Xavier, Hy­ Health Service, will' speak «lin ·d~ty bound, to expose. students THE ANCHOR annis. 00' 00 0to any system ,deemed the role. of "'~ federal govern­ Second Class Postage Paid at Fall River, .JUNE· 8 ment in the future of voluntary worthy of consideration." Thus, Illass. Published every Tllursday at 410 Rev. John' S.'. Czerwonka. hosp·tals, and the impact of cur-' he asserted a universi.tY' cannoll Highland Avenue, Fall Rlvel. Mass.. 02722 DJ the catholic Press 01 tile Diocese of Fall 1961, Assistant, ·St. Stanslaus, rent and proposed' legislation llllf be "an arm of a Church'; nor "8IIl VA 4-5000' ' . IlIIver. Subscriptloa price by ail, postpaid FalllUver. these institutions-.. extension of pulpit or parish." $4.00 por year.

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AFTER ORDINATION: Newest priests of the Diocese of Fall River with Bishop Connolly following the ordination IIervices at the Cathedral. Pictured are, left to right,. Rev. Benry S. Arruda, Rev. Ronald Sylvia, Rev. William F. O'Neill'

Feels Ecumenism More Advanced '" Ger~any,

DUBUQUE (NC)-A ~igh­ 81Wking German Protestant Bishop believes the ecumeni­ . . movement in Germany is

Urge Catholic Lawyers to Fight Abortion Battle Worth Expense Involved WASHINGT0N (NC) ..:... The' nationwide controversy 0 ·v e r proposals to liberalize state abor­ tion, laws may be a moot issue, according tc one, lawyer. But more than 125 other lawyers were urged to mount intensive eampaigns against abortion in theit' ,home states here at' the third annual conference' of dioc­ esan lawyers and state Catholic: welfare - conference officers,..

tI*.obably ahead of the U.S., p~rt­ ... because of World War D. , :Lutheran Bishop Johannes E. Lilje of Hanover,' president ef the United Evangelical Lutb­ eiran Church in Germany, said bere in Iowa: "We (CathoUca and Lutherans) were together But 'whether the campaigns ill the same prisons during tbe will be mounted--or will be suc­ .-ar and developed a spirit to­ cessful if mounted-remained in ~ther. We have succeeded in dou.bt after the exhortations maintaining that spirit during were over. the last 20 years." " "Abortion may be a moot is­ The late Pope John XXIII was sue," said William R. Burke, leg­ ilIlftother strong ecumenical in­ islative representative and pub­

fluence in Europe, Bishop Lilje lic relations counsel for Califor­ "served. nia's Catholic education and wel­

"He meant very much to central fare organizations. Europe. H:e was very widely ac­ eepted," the Bishop commented. '"It might be better if we ad­ ck'essed ourselves to the obvious, Advisory Role Laymen play an important next issues-infanticide and eu­ thanasia. ,!\bortion is only part of part in the ecumenical move­ ment in Europe, according to the what I believe is a program • e r wan churchman. Tb e aimed at achieving these," he Said. churches are the strongest mo­ avating force in establishing Change Minds "!ay academies" .... Gerniany ill Nevertheless, Burke went on Which the groundwork for estab­ to outline his own work against Bshing democracy has been laid, proposals to liberalize Califor­ be said. "After the war, Germany was nia's abortion laws - proposals which have been made every ~ ruins-and not just materi­ ally," the Bishop recalled. year since 1961 and to set re­ -rhere was, nothing. T b e . quirements for an effective cam­ _l,Irches helped people to think paign. of their public duties in the light "So far," he said, "we have 01. Christian faith. been able to hold off legislation, "But the church does not be­ but we haven't won' the battle eome actively involved in gov­ over the meritll of abortion." III1I.ment," he added. "It serves This will require planning and all advisory role." preparation for a long-term bat­ tle, he said. Elect Pastors "Organizations must be de­ fYrTAWA (NC) -Archbishop .Joseph ; .. Plourde said priests of veloped and must make use of Ute Ottawa arclidiocese will be the media to change the minds invited to vote for a number of and conscience of our fellow cit­ appointments, especially the izens." aamin& of pastors. Sitch a program would cost

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Sister Mary Hortense, S.U.S.C. will inaugurate a six' week film education course this Summer at the College of the Sacred Hearts, Fall River. To run from Monday, June 26 thl'ough Friday, Aug. 4, the course will be the first of its kind offered for credit in south­ eastern New England. Film showings, analyses, and discussions will include prize­ winning American and foreign films developed by Bergman, Chaplin, Cocteau, DeSica, Eisen­ stein, Fellini, Lean, Ray, Welles, Wyler, Zinneman, etc. The curl'iculum will include the development of art and pro­ duction techniques in film com­ munications; drama in the' me­ dium of the film; and film in the reflection and direction of cul­ ture. The course aims to prepare adults to be cinemate in order to assist youth to develop a taste for the good, the beautiful, and the truly human in the film which is a principal art and me­ dium of the 20th century. Sister Mary Hortense holds a B.A. degree from Catholic Uni­ versity of America, an M.A. from Boston College. She did post­ graduate work, including film studies, at Harvard University, Marygrove Graduate School, Oxford University in England and Syracuse University. The nun has also conducted Rev. Joseph J. Oliveira Jr., Bishop Connolly, Rev. Brian J. film seminars for high schoo), and adult groups. tHarrington, Rev. William W. Norton, Rev. James H. Morse, college, The course is being offered all Rev. Richard L. Chretien, Rev. Roland J.. Deschenes. Their a new dimension in teacher ed­ 1lcation. Enrollment will be ac­ ' assignments are on page two. cepted either for three semester hours of credit or for non-credit. Information bulletins are avail­ able from the college at 520 Rock Street, Fall River. Advocated by Dr. MarshaD McLuhan, professor at the Uni­ money-at least as much as the anborn child to live - a right versity of Toronto, communica­ considerable, amount spent b7 antil now recognized by law.­ tions media resulting from ex­ abortion proponents, he indi­ and. we must consider the effect tensions of the body will also be cated. ' on society of a sudden, drastic studied in the course. This in­ In view 'of all the speakers, the· change in abortion laws. There volves such ideas 'as a voice ex­ battle and the effort win, be Is a q'uestion of public order as tending into a telephone and !be worth. the expense, however. well as morality." nervous 'system resulting into a Their arguments ranged 'far be­ According to Prof. Robert M;. 'computer. yond the consideration of' abor­ . Byrn of the Fordham University . McLuhan contends that the tiOn as an immoral act. Law Center, the proposed abor­ book is no longer the American tion laws would change the law's student's principal tool, that 20th Other Factors attitude from one of preserving century man must be cinemate "Weare dealing with other life to one of sanctioning killing. as well as literate. He maintains important factors," said Father "Even under the present laws that the student relies more and James T. McHugh, director of the' . -which acknowledge abortion to more on screen media for lib USCC Family Life Bureau. "We point of reference. save a mother's life-the in­ must consider the right of the terest is in saving a life. Under the new proposals, the interest Lay P'rincipals would be in destroying a life," Mmsscouri See Plans LOUISVILLE (NC)-The first he said.. lay principals have, been named Formation Center "The next step would be the

for Catholic elementary schooll CONCEPTIOlll (NC) - Bishop killing of newborn children."

here in Kentucky. Charles H. Helmsing of the Kan­

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Mission Decree(;Has 'SSg:: S%%%iSSSSSSSSSS· approved the Sept. 1 next open­ ing of a. pastoral formation cen­ Building Contractor Impact 0111 p'arishes ter at Imm~culate Conception I MEMPHIS '(NC)-The.Second Seminary here in Missouri. Masonry Vatican Council's Decree on the It will afford future priests Missions is having an impact on first-hand contact with city parish life around the country, proble,mil such as unemployment, according to a poll conducted by poverty, racial prejudice, segre­ Maryglade College, a mission gation, poor education and sub­ seminary conducted by the C standard housing. Fathers of the Pontifical In­ In addition, the program win stitute for Foreign Missions 7 JEANmE STREET (P.I.M.E.) here in Michigan. provide courses, in psychology, FAIRHAVEN WY 4-7321 The poll was conducted to group dynamics, catechetics, homilectics, counseling, sociol- determine the effect of· the coun­ 'i'SSSSS%%%%SSSS%S%%SS* cil's mission decree on parish .ogy, ecumenical and'moral the­ life. Questionnaires were sent to olog)'. 15 per cent of the pastors in every diocese of the U. S. Re­ Maintenance Supplies Wisconsin Bill plies, which amounted to 14 per SWEEPERS - SOAPS

MADISON (NC) - A bill to cent of the total, came from provide state-aided transporta­ every diocese. DISINFECTANTS

The survey indicated that an tion for parish and private school FIRE EXTINGUISHERS children has been introduced in increasing number of pastors the state legislature. It would bad succeeded in bringing about implement the mandate given closer contacts between their April 4, when voters approved a congregations and foreign mis­ 1886 PURCHASE STREET sionaries. This was achieved constitutional amendment per­ NEW BEDFORD mitting publicly supported trans­ through greater dissemination of portation for church-related in- missionary information through 993-3786 stitutions. t lectures, films and literature.

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STEUBENVILLE (NC) - A new method will. be employed for the first time in tJ-. Ohio Diocese in the selection of a pas­ tor for.;:n Ironton parish. All interested priests, consid­ ering their maturity, seniority

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Four Nuns Help 87- Year-Old Father • Fair/mven Celebrate Birtllday zn "'I thought she wanted me to shave", said Ernest LeBlanc, jesting as the knife to cut the cake with was handed to him. This was the typical wit displayed by the resident of Our La.d~s Haven, Fairhaven, as. his offspring 'gather~d ...... celebration of his 3 87th birthday Saturday. "The party took place in a large room at the Home a room es:peciaHy suited for such • occasions. "He was the life of the party in his day" re. .. ' ported SIster Mane Joseph,

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Pope Salutes Catholic Pfless

TORONTO (NC)-A message conveying the encouragement ami blessilllg of Pope Paul VI upon the Catholic Press was read ftssue with criticisms of' eivil at the Mass concluding the '57th rights leaders made --by law annual Catholic Press Associa­ lIChc )l'dean, Joseph O'Meara. ikll1 co.n:",ention ..here. O'Meara, in remarks made at AUXlhary BIShop James P . • law school honor dinner, said Shannon of St. Paul-Minueapo­ that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther in ·Iler description of her father. lis celebrant of the Mass said King, Stokely Carmichael;' "~ci "H~ bad a good voice and used t o t h ~ cablegram was signed by ~hers like them" are "ei~her sing at all the gather4Igs." . A m let 0 Cardinal. Cicognani, eommunists, or traitors or cow­ Born May 20, 1880, at St. HyaPapal Secretary of State. It a'ros co co Q or persons of large cioth, Canada, Mr. LeBlanc in - stated: ~ will but little insight who his early years came to New Bed"(!)n the occasion of the 57th !!W"Ie been euchered int being ford, -where he resided for more annual conv.eolion of the Catho­ Gtooges, or who are seeking some than 73 years. His home was at lic Press Association held for .end of their own-ambition, re­ 64 Waldo Street in that city, 'the second time in Canada fol­ . -renge, or whatever-at the ex­ where h~ was a communicant lowing the first oelebration of . pense of their countrY." World Comm·l1.nications Day. the of S1. Joseph's Church. .. O'Meara also said that those Parents ·of Eighi Holy Father encourages the efwho have made "criminal at-' Prior to his retirement he forts promoting excellence and Qempts to persuade young men to s!:"perio:ity in tr?inin~ an~ tech­ avoid military service" should spent his years of employment mque, 1I1vokes lllumrnating dlbe prosecuted under federal law. as a loomfixer in textiles His partner in marriage, the vin.e graces, and imparts to ~he Personan <I)pinulllIll former Rose Anna Dansereau offlcel's, members of the aSSOCI8­ The five faculty members dis­ who died Jan. 30, 1963, bore eigh~ lion and all pal'li<:ip~ting mem­ agre::i ng with the dean issued a children. Their .matrimonial bers. ~f t?e a.ssoclabon and .all statement stressing that the re­ . vows carried them through j u s t P ~ r t l c l P a t m g . In the. conveI?ti:~ ' hIS paternal :apostohc blessmg. marks represented O'Meara's four months short of their 60th personal opinion and not that of wedding anniversary. B ish'o p Shannon, assistant ¢he law school or its faculty. Of the eight children, four o:r episcopal chairman of the press "Whether or not we are in the' five daughters are in the }' '.'J department of the U. S. Catholic convent. t " Conference, which issues the agreement with recent state­ l tents ..nd actions of Dr. King," Sister Rose AlUla, C.S.C., eldNC News "Service, told the del­ the faculty members said, "we est and first to enter isa teacher ! egates it is not enough merely believe him to be acting accord­ a~ St. Loyola mgh' .in· Nashua, 87th BIRTHDAY: Ernest LeBlanc, 'resident of Our to develop their natural talents, N. H. but that they must prepare m~ to the dictates of his COil­ Following Sister .Rose Anna Lady's Haven, Fairhaven, celebrated his 87th birthday in the~selves "to be open to the -.:ience as a Christian, a minister OIl the Gospel of Christ, and ·R are: Sister Ste. Alice C.S.C of the midst of five of hise~ght children: left to right, Sister reality and development of·the 1e mizen who is totally ~ .:lerned St. George Manor,. H;;~i~er Ste. Alice, C.8;C., of St. George Ma'l1.Oi', N .R.; Sister Marie !Ioly Spirit within our lives.

.... the· well-being and OODlD1on Marie Joseph, S.S.J.,.princlplil crt Ernest, 8;8.J., St. Theresa's 'Convent, New- Bedford; Miss

~ of all Americans. St. Theresa's School, New BedAI' L Bl R N S' t R ",\ C.I:' C St Lo 1 . lce.e ane.,. • .; IS er . ose- n'nna,' .•.J: .,' . . lYO a "Finally, lawyers, In OlK fore; Sist~r Marie Emest,S.S.J., jedgement the public utterances ak) of St. Theresa's;. and Miss High School, Nashua, N.H.; Sister Marie Joseph, S.S.J., ~ Dr. King and Stokely Car­ Alice LeBlanc, R.N., employed at principal of St. Theresa Sehool, New:&edfOi'd. ,cr-:,LEGEVILLE (NC) -St. michael to . .which Joseph 0'­ St. Luke's Hospital,New Bed.­ John's University here in Minne­ JJI~ara refers are, in contelrl:t, iOFa. could-get just :about anythillg· ollinion· ·which. differed with sota has been awarded a $10,-800 ·fuUy protected by the :First PraJses Haven from me by turDing illl the .telll'B," theirs. They··would all ~ree and -grant· . the National Foundation Amendment and cannot consti­ BaY, '''whGt a man." But their at­ Not present w:hen ·the photo he revealed. on the Arts and the Humanities, tare violations of any valid law." .and gift-briI\ging Washington. The funds will be "When we wanted.him to take temlan.ce was taken, but S<'.heduled to ar­ rive for the celebration, were tIS out fm- a· ridew.e would tell served as proof of their true made .available in support 'of .the Mr. LeBlanc's three sons, Emile Alice- to 'cry, and Pa will take us feelings fc.r bim 'on this occa­ u "'ersity's Monastic Manuscript m:Jt'," Sister Marie Joseph added. si&n ...:- love arHI respect. an~ Albert of New Bedford, and Microfilm Library. . Mr. LeBlanc relinquished his George, of Fairhaven. As. mGre of the LeBlancs ar­ It has also been given a col­ dri'l;'.er's license when he 'was 82. rived· the room became .even When asked his advice to oth­ lection of microfilmed sets of ATLANTA (NC)-Calliog ·en eTa like himself who might be It' was a disappointment to him, morea1ive with ihecelebration. early \.merican bool{s and peri­ although. he was driving no Americans to respect "both considering leaving private resi­ The lleartsof all were touched odicals. The collection, valued at Che honest conscientious objec­ dence to live in such a Home, longer .at that time. when David LeBlanc, one of the more than ~17,500, was given "I used to like to carry it in celebrant's ·Ior and the honest soldier," LVIi'. LeBlanc suggested they do youngest great­ the uni versity's library by Eu­ Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan of nothing. else. His praise showed my billf01d-sort of like .asou­ grandchildren, planted a kiss on 'gene B. Power of Ann Arbor, venir," he said. "I don't spend Atlanta said he opposes any cam­ he was comfortable, content and his cheek and said, "Happy Mich., president of University any money, but I still carry some .l!taign of massive refusal to bear well cai'ed-for. Microfilms Incorportef'. Birthday', Pepere." around." arms. "He was quite difficuit to snt­ . Love, Respect The archbisho~ also said he isiy, and we didn't think he lllas not endorsed ':Vietnam Sum­ WGl.Ilc:ll take. to it so Willi," Sister The "children" cominented .on nner," a nationwide anti-war JRose Anna said. when their £allier expressed an ~mpaign. "He's voiced nothing but good i His name had appeared as III comments since he came here.

Vietnam Summer suporter on III Me reall" likes it very much,· leaflet soliciting funds and par­ Sister Marie Joseph added.

Philippines ftlcipants in the Atlanta area. Mr. LeBlanc likes to go fora MARYKNOLL (NC) -Father Archbishop Hallinan said tile "Saturday- ride" and says he's Contractors nnce 1913 William J. Galvin,M.M., of Kew '1ISe of his name apparently re­ "~ot 10 be back for supper." Gardens, N. Y., has been appointMIlted from a telephone conver­ Prays for Others I ..tion he had wi fu leaders of a He remembers days' gone by ed regional .superior of the '699 BeUvifle 4 WYman 3-0911 Maryknoll missions in the Phil_ local peace group, and a tele­ when the children were young. «ram in which he endorsed a call Nis spirit and wit in relating ippine Islands. New Bedford. i Father Galvin attended Mary­ lor negotiations in Vietnam. short stories were remarkable ......· tJI-~...~ ......""""......__....tJI.....",......-...,.,......~_......_,.,-~,---..."""' ......".-...j.­ The handbill, which was dis­ t'Gr his age, as was proven when .knoll's fifth genera! chapter '"lEJ.tJI·here lasty.ear as one of :two tributed at a rally by state Rep. several of his comments. and an­ ;Julian Bond of Atlanta, quoted Gwen; were followed by a burst -elected delegates representing' missioners in .the·Philippines. Be Dt'. Martin Luther King's eali cti laughter from the group. 1M' political action "in gbetta "My- legs jast don't want to subsequently was assigned to Maryknoll College in Glen Ellyn, ·..-eas of the nation" against the. OO!I:TY me any more," the octo­ t:enarian said, "and the .cloctor ·nl., as spiritual director to the "aft. school's 272 students who are Said the archbishop: "I would eoltll me to sit.". "I would like to visit Canadaj" preparing for the mission prlest­ bold the right of the con­ .hood.

-.:ientious objector, just as our he said. Th1r. LeBlanc hall two older

Church does and as our country does. But a campaign of mass I'3rothers and several nephews ELECTRICAL Befusal, which is what King w and nieces living there. ~Jluch of his time is spent m. Contractors pushing now-I see a great dis­ tinction. I would endome one I;)raying for others. His interests of!. years past were along the lines I&Dd not the other." oj( "taking a car apart, and put­ M.ng it together again." Bre~1k Tr~~Btion LicenS4'l SOlIl'Venfill' "He was an avid reader," Sis­ WINOOSKI (NC)-Daily press iIl9auferences plus establishment ter Rose Anna injected. Several minutes were. spent in ~ Q special television interview r;;oom will be ieatures oi the o "pick-on-lUice session" as be 8mte 21 to 24 meeting here in ~easingly reminded her oil ber \9'ermont of the heads oi nearly childhood prankishness. 944 County St. "She used to like to fish in my ~ men's religious communities New Bedford pockets for pennies. ~ s1l1e b the United States.

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Memorial lit. At Cemetery

Whither?

Neither Political· ,nor ,Cultural'

'Weatheri' permitting, a spedIiII service win be held at 10 MemO,oot da1 Day morning at the CaWaJw Of Notre Dame Cemetery, Pail River, to bonor the memory of aD deceased veterans and to tmql for the repose of all the dep~ interred in the cemetery. ! Rev. Lucien A. Madore, A ~ Administrator of the Cemet~ ,will preside. Rev. Edmond ~ Dickinson, assistant at St. ~ thew's Parish, will deliver ~ sermon. Rt. Rev. Alfred J. B~ nean, pastor of Notre Dame PaP< ish, will officiate at the SoleJml Libera which will be sung ~ tl e Brothers of Christian . . siruction, Prevost High SchooJ. Msgr. Bonneau will be assisteil by Rev. Arthur De Mello of <>d, Lady of ,Health and Rev. Ma. . rice Jeffrey of St. Jean the BsP-­ tist. The sounding of Taps 'wID conclude the service. ' The cemetery will be closed "­ vehicles on Sunday, May 28, frOIIIl '1:30 P.M. to 7 A.M. Monday; 0. Monday, from ,'1:30 P.M.' to , A.M. Tuesday; On Tuesday, fI'ODl '1:30 P.M. to 7 A.M. WednesdaJ!;

Some writers in secular magazines still do not seem , to understand fully what ecumenism is arid what Church doctrines are. There was some criticism, for example, of Pope Paul's visit to Fatima and the inference that this was a blow at ecumenism since devotion to Mary 'as a Cath­ :.. olic doctrine is simply not palatable to many non-Catholics. Those who 'frown on the papal visit just dO,not under­ stand that ecumenism-thedesire that all Christendom be united-is not a matter of political maneuvering and com­ promise but, in the' eyes' of alls~ncere men, Catholic and non-Catholic, the working of the Holy Spirit. For Catholics to deliberately play down an area of their Faith for fear of offending those who do not believe as they do is an insult not only to what they believe but to their 'non-Catholic friends. 'l;'he basis of all dialogue is truth and as long as men can find a courteous way of saying something they should not be afraid to say what they feel they must to one a n o t h e r . ' , There is always the danger when men write about the Church and ecumenism that their writing falls into political terms and that they see the issues as political issues. Bishop John Wright of Pittsburg, has pointed out recently that theological v-alues rather than political or cultural values remain the force in the Church's structure, and while the Church can and does profit by what political democracy, for instance, has to offer, it still remains not a political nor a cultural institution but a spiritual organism and organization. It simply cannot lend Itself to any other concept and remain the Church.

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What Is Sacred Music?

The excellence of music in the Liturgy is a matter of esthetics, of artistic excellence, and this is almost undefin­ able and within the province of the professional musician, of the culture that gives rise to the music,' of standards of taste. While there are clearly some types of music that are certainly not suitable to the Liturgy and some that cleariy are, there is also a wide range in between where there is ne,ed of discussion, room for differences of opinion, and opportunities for educating people along musical lines. -Always there must be kept in mind that what comes' first is the worship of God and that music is a vehicle ~ aehieve this goal the more perfectly and pleasingly.

Cape LaSalettes' Continued from Page One They type conferences, lead par­ ish choirs or' conduct Confrater­ nity of Christian Doctrine classes; they assist the infirm. ' If they specifically desire La­ Salette Brothers can serve in for­ eign missions, but they usually work in the home provinces. The 'Congregation of LaSalette Fathers was formed in 1852, seven y~ars after Our Lady had appeared to two shepherd chil­ dren in the French Alpine vil­ lage of LaSalette, exhorting a re­ tum to God and abandonment of materialism, false liberalism and religious indifference. The historic links to France have been preserved and most of the congregation's members 'come from parents of French descent. Many are bilingual. To become a LaSaletteBrother a high 'school education is re­ , quired in addition to total dedi­ cation to Christ and the desire ,to be of service to the congrega­ tion. , In an age where craftsmanship is diminishing, the' LaSalette, Brother prides himself on giv­ ing a good day's work of supe­ rior quality no matter how me­ nial 'his job and at the same ,time giving witness as a religious._

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PUBLISHER Most Rev. James L Connolly, D.O., PhD. GENERAL MANAGER ASST. GENERAL MANAGER It. Rev. Daniel F. Shalloo, M.A. Rev. John P. 'Driscoll MANAGING EDITOR Hugh J. Golden

Continued from Page One Religious orders and congro.. gations will have 10 represeIJ'ta.o tives,-while 13 cardinals who m:e heads of offices in the RomaD Intergroup Cooperation, a pari Curia, will also be part ,of 11m of the International Pro Deo synod. Among these will be the ' University for Social Studies in heads of the three secretaria1ll! Rome. ' (Christian Unity,'Non-Chris~ While progress is less advanced Non-Believers). in ~aly, the conference of biahAn additional 25 members _ ops"has established a commissiOD. to be nominated by the Pope to deal with, the revision of text.- since he is authorized under tbe books. regulations of the synod til! Findings from the Spel'Q' name personally a total of • Center study have been, trans-, per cent as additional represea,. mitted to Vatican authorities" tatives. g Catholic textboo~ writers aDd The five subjects to be . . . . publishers, seminaries, tiniver- eussed are dangers to the f8itti sities, and.. adult, ,educatiOll - springing from an exaggeratiGd groups. RevIsIon of elementarJ' ,of the values of man and the and secondary texts is in 'Pl'08­ world to the detriment of tIIIiiI J'ess. 'supernatural and God and whicti U. 8. Textbooks have manifested themselves .. Intensive studies of Freneb­ various forms of atheism' language Catholic textbooklt, Questions relative to the . . _widely used in France, Belgium, vision of the Code of Canon La1lII; Switzerland and Canada, baft Two aspects regarding sem­ been virtually completed at Lou­ naries: the positions of episcopal vain University, Belgium, under conferences toward seminaries the sponsorship of Leo Cardinal. and their cooperation with ... Suenens of Malines-Brussels. Vatican Congregation of semt.­ In the United States, a number naries. and Universities; 1IIfJ , of new textbooks have been pub­ proper preparation of semina.,; lished for Catholic children til professors; elementarJ' and secondary paM­ Mixed marriages; ehial schools, and a similar e.I- ' Implementation of the lit~ fort is being made to remove dis-' eal reforms. tortions and polemical antagon­ isms in Protestant texts. These U.' S. efforts haft

I stemmed largely fromaelf­ . Continued from Page One studies at St. Louis Universltlf hJ most visible in terms of Plum. and Yale Divinity School.' ­ bers and facilities, a creepiDir . A ~llel Jewish studYbaB'8eCularism is slowly divorciDIJ been completed at Dropsie Col­ 'God from any real role in deteJ!­ lege for Hebrew and Cognate mining, what is right or w~ Learning in Philadelphia. " about the conduct of our lives. ' The bishop said ihe liturgy .. 'designed to "truly affect our , .' minds, hearts and wills 'so that Continued from Page OPle :' when we come together to cel&­ People, he continued, "spend brate the Eucharist we are c~ money lavishly on themselves III . scious of the bond of love whieli ' ' ' life," and at their death tbelJ' . unites us." , relatives do the same. "Just as' . Bishop. Bernardin .said tbId

we have in our country devel­ "what is needed desperately now:

oped a certain, 'style of life,' we hJ a correct and penetrating \J&o

also have grown to accept a eer­ derstanding of the liturgy. ADd

tain 'style of death.'" to accomplish this, our liturgical

ire emphasized the desirabWtIf efforts must be supported by •

of simplicity and honesty m ,broad program of education far

funerals as an aid to help people everyone, young and old.

face the simple fact of death. "This education is neccesary II!

The need to see this reality was we are to avoid the very real

also noted by, Father Leonard danger of identifying litur§.

and Dr. Payne. They also noted which is our worship of God.

the importance' for a Christian with rubrics, which are the rules

funeral of emphasizing the hope or guides which are intended to

of resurrection. ' help us conducl our worship in a

"Christian life from Baptism meaningful way."

through death has been taught as The bishop said if 'renewal

a witness to the resurrection of does not go deeper than the sa­

.lesus,." Father Leonard said. "At perficiallevel of rubrics and does

the mOJ;I1ent of death, the Chris­ not touch the heart of liturgical

tian reaffinns his faith in the encounter with God, then it wiD

xesurrection.so ­ end as updated formalism.

Of PreRudlfficeFrrom Tex.tbooks lJ

NEW YORK (NC)-Philip E. Hoffman, chairman of the Amer­ ican Jewish Committee's board of governors, told AJC members meeting here .that great progress The Catholic Church is witnessing more and more has been made in removing hos­ attempts by composers all over the world to provide fitting tile references to Jews and other musical settings for the Liturgy. No longer is there a 'non-Catholics from Catholic textbooks used around the world. resting on the traditional Gregorian Chant or the well-worn Hoffman's report, based on songs' of the past centuries but an honest seeking after , personal investigations in Europe music that will be a Twentieth Century contribution to the and on data supplied by the committee's foreign affairs de­ worship of God. partment, indicated that the most strikin~ progress has been made All this is good and 88 it should be. in Spam. There has been some ,talk about what is "sacred music" , More than half of all, Spanish and what is not and this has led to much confusion and Cath.olic religious textbooks that preVIously had expressed marked lome argumentation. hostility to Jews and Judaism PrOfessor Paul Henry Lang of Columbia University have. been revis~d ~r elimi~ated. ThIS has comcIded WIth a has done all a service bY explaining that' the term itself, three.-year rese~rch study into sacred music,' "makes a false distinction which has done a , Spanish and Itahan texts at the great deal of artistic harm ... No musical composition ean Leonard M. Sperry Center for

be holy by determinat~on."The Constitution on the Liturgy Bays, "Sacred music is to be considered the more holy in proportion as it is more closely connected with the liturgical celebration."

Bishop$' Synod

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LANSING (NC)-A bill to lib­ eralize Michigan's abortion laws has been put on ice for. another yearby the state Senate Judi­ ci~ Committee.

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THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Thurs., May 25,1967

Temporary Jobs Fill Needs For Employers, Employes By Mary Tinley Daly The days when Grandma was. relegated to the sole role of baby-sitting, for free or for pay, seem. about ove"l. One such grandma we know, senior citizen at the lively age of 74, brushed up on her rusty shorthand, limbered up ~er s~mewhat arthritic typ- ber~er, manage; of the tempo­ mg fmgers, and now takes rary help office where Mrs. X temporary secretarial jobs gets her assignments, and per­ whenever and wherever she haps the most unusual in view of wants them. Happiness for this little lady is not pinching' penDies of her modest retirement wearing out 'her faded h 0 use dresses watching day~ time television nor spending endless hours at the bridge table with other widows. No indeed. 'In "Ie; smart new wardrobe her white hair 'carefully coiffed, Mrs. X. graces any office in which she' works. "Of course I was nervous at first," Mrs. X confessed to us. -:I was afraid I'd be hopelessly behind the times in 'a business office with all those young people; many of them fresh out of secretarial school, up on the latest methods. It took a' little nerve to show up for that first job. 'Oh, That Pay Check'! "But I found," she chuckled, '"that the 'old dog, new tricks' theory isn't necessarily true. The English language is still in use, though less flowery than the way rd handled it before. My court 'reporting skills came back, just as swimming comes back to you even though you've been away from the water for years. I could take dictation as well as' the young girls. And, oh that pay eheck!" , Mrs. X's pay checks, for' she works only on a temporary basis when she feels up to it, pad the bare bones of strict economy livlng, let her take trips, and provide the wherewithal for small 8'Urprises for her family, the sort ,of p~easure every grandmother enjoys. Mrs. X 11; their oldest emPloyee, said Hugh M. Stein-

personnel service firms through­ out the country, employers find t'·" answer to their needs for an sorts of workers, all sorts of skills: "White collar," ~lue col­ lar," professional and executive, technical and marketing.' And people with marketable skills seeking temporary assign­ ments - from a few bours to nearly it year - can find work, at" equitable age. We thank 74-year-old JlIrs. X for introducing us to this fastest grow: ..g service industry ill the nation ($1 billion .tbh!~). temporary personneL

Piety Not· Enough. Boston

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Urges Women to Work

For Peace, End of Poverty •

BOSTON (NC)-Women were. 1Il'ged to "bind up the wounds of the world by working. for peace, an end to poverty and the rights of Negroes" by a Catholic news­ paper editor here. Msgr. Francis J. Lally, editor of the Pilot, archdiocesan news­ paper, told a meeting of the Council of Catholic Women that "piety, while commendable,

Observe Vietnam Trucs With Special Mosses ROCKVILLE CENTRE (NC) -Catholics of the Rockville Centre diocese observed the one­ day truce in Vietnam for a Buddhist holiday with special Masses f<?r peace in all parishes. Bishop Walter P. Kellenberg, who set the day as "one of spe­ eial prayer and voluntary fast­ ing," offered a Mass for peace in St. Agnes cathedral. Father Paul E. McKeever, professor of moral and dogmatic theology at Im­ maculate Conception Seminary, Huntillgton, gave the bomily.

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her age. As a former court re­ porter, she probably has an edge on most people in their 70s who seek such employment. Nevertheless, the spunk of Mrs. X piqued our curiosity and we asked Mr. Steinberger about some of the ~thers placed in tem:-orary serVIces. There was, for instance, a re­ tired military man the firm placed in a b~okerage office on temporary assIgnment. "He fulfilled the temporary assignment for us," Mr. Stein­ berger recalls, "but he became' so intrigued with the workings of the office, he turned to in-. vestments and is now in that. office every day, not as an l2ID­ ploye but ¥ an investor!" Even Romance, Yet! Even romance has bloomed within the seemingly staid ~n­ fines of temporary empll' "ment: a young woman sent as file clerk, young man assigned to handle electronic equipment. Perma­ nent assignment, marriage. As for the width of the spec­ trum of requests for help, Mr. Steinberger remembers one. morning recently when be was' asked for and produced, "two bus boys and a sculptor." In this, and ii1 other temporary

Is not enough today.- ,

"It is not enough to say oar beads, 'light our candles and at.­ tend religious services," be stated. '~We must be servants of the world, as Christ became man to serve mankind." . "We are now engaged Inn a war that is a very grave wound,'" he said. "Should we be doves or hawks? That is a judgment you must make for yourselves. But you must keep informed and let your government know whether you feel it right or wrong. "The second great wound Is poverty (I (I (I not only the terrible poverty of Asia, Africa and South America, but of America, the richest land in the world." Msgr. Lally scored the com­ placency of middle-class whites about the plight of Negroes in the big citie9 aDd urged the women "to start some fireworks iJn their communities." Negroes, the editor said, are "'locked in the ghetto slums, be­ cause we' bave too many ~ white communities that re:fwle tD open their doors ~ them.... .

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SERRANS GREET JB:nSlHIOl?: The president of the Fall River Serra CliIb and his wife, Mr and Mrs. James F. Nicoletti, welcome Bishop Connolly to the 15th annual Bishop's Night of the See ~ity's club dedicated to the" pro­ moting of vocations.,'

Mrs. Edward Bartley was J:D­ stalled as president of the No1'-' ton Catholic Woman's Club ~ Mrs. George Whalen, president of District No.4 of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. Also installed at the same time were: Mrs. Thomas Bryant, vice­ president; Miss Judith O'Reill~ recording secretary; Mrs. John Pino, corresponding secreta~ Mrs. William' Lynch, treasurer. Named standing committees for the year were: Mrs. Arthur Brown, program; Mrs. Fred Kelly, spiritual; Mrs. Albert Ratcliffe and Mrs. Homer Simons, cards and flowers. . Mrs. James Levesque, revi­ sions; Mrs. George Hickey, mem­ bership; Mrs. Judson .Stafford, publicity. Serving as directors for the year will be: Mrs. Roland Ro­ berge, Mrs. Raymond Shea, and Miss Florence Thibault.

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MILWAUKEE (NC) -A nun here will work as a reporter thW Summer on the Milwaukee Sen­ tinel, metropolitan newspaper. and will wear 'regular street clothing rather than her' reli­ gious habit. Sister Mary Sharon of the Sis- . ters of the Divine Savior said that, she had been given permis­ sion by her religioul? superiorS to dress in other than her reli­ gious habit when she goes to market around the end of July work. and only time will tell how the "I bope to do a professional public will accept the change. job," she said, "but there are One quite striking outfit de­ times when being known as 51 signed by Victor Joris for Cud­ . nun might prove a handicap.'" dlecoat features a short knicker jump suit and a mid-calf tweed cape 'with a .large turned-Up Byzantine-Rite Parish

collar. This ensemble sells for To Close High School

$125, and' if you're thinking of ,WARREN (NC)-The Byzan­ attending any Fall affaiJ;.s where you want to be noticed you can tine-rite parish of SS. Peter and probably order such an outfit Paul here in Ohio will close three of its high s,.hool grades now. at the end of the current school . One advantage of this new year. look is that you can still wear Msgr. Sylvester Hladky, pas­ your favorite high boots. The .tor, said the move was "in the length of these Winter outfits interest of Catholic education, seems to call for high skinny and because of the present high boots and snug little hats. The cost of operation." The parish whole appearance 'is quite remi­ kindergarten and grades one niscent of the thirties. Those in through nine will be retained, be the know claim that the stock­ added. market rises and falls with the Due to the increasing grade bemline. I certainly bope this IIChool enrollment - nearly 500 Isn't true, Ol' finance board, hel'e pupils - the parish was faced we come. with conducting a building fund drive for additional' space IJI' ~osing ~e senior high sch~

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However, this latter bappening 8eems ,~ be just wbat the de­ aignen want. They Seem to 0b­ ject to women getting lulled into II Bense of clothing complacency _ that just when e'Verything eeems status quo, 1lbey make II ,drastic ehange. Said drastic change Is fine fw :Mrs. 'Kennedy (CIIJ.' my of that elan), :Mrs. Ford, .. MrS. Van­ derbilt, but for Mrs. J"obn Doe wbo finds it difficult buying one or two 'good outfits B year, It ill dire news indeed, especially since these new changes in the preferred length are sending the hemHneplummeting to midcalf or even longer; 2nd especially since most bought outfits, <2ven those in a fairly decent price range, allow very little material! , for hem changes.

Sign" Language M~ss T-o Honor Chaplain' I

BROOKLYN (NC)-A concel­ ebrated MasS in sign language will note the Silver jubilee of Father Thomas F. Cribbin of Bl'ooklyn, chaplain of the Inter­ llIlational Catholic Deaf .Associa­ ~

eoncelebrants win be priests who are moderators of the ass~ ~ation in New York, New Jer­ oey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, lRhode Island, Maryland and nn­

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A hint of what was til» come was seen in some fashion circles this Winter when a few designers put a Dr. Zhivago inspired great­ coat int~ .their line. This £tlli' trimmed innovation that ended midcalf was evidently gobbled up by some of the fashion settem of society and the market eon­ scious designers said ..Ab, there's a new market for a ebange h:l style." Of lCOUrse, looking back orr our past Winter, I can m!e why warm long coats would be welcomed, especially fI:l Hew England!

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The Mass win be offered In 3t.. Patrick's church here Tues­ day, May 30 and will be simul­ taneously vocalized for thoslll wHh hearing. The sermon will be preached by Father Thomas Clancy, director of vocations in Brooklyn, and translated into oign language' by Msgr. .John Hourihan of Newark, N. J. Father Cribbin is ,education eo­ ordinator and. founder of St. lhancis JDeSales School for the -Ji)eaf bere; a board member of 1be 'Empire State Association i\Qr the Deaf, and on the advisoJ)o board to 1be Joint Legislatift Committee _ Mental Retarda-o

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THE ANCHOR­ Thurs., May 25, 1967

Of Safety fo'" Sake of Tots·

Suggests larger Role for Women

. By Joe and Marilyn Roderiek . No matter how much ]a written about safety illl the ~rden, we are sure to read about serioM accidents which. occur because of carelessneas OIl a gardeners part. It seems Mtat not a 8UDlJner pasSe3 that we do DOt read of a child ooing injured by.,. a 'POW1M' oounters and backsplash in an mower, being poisoned by aD I!Xciting shade of pumpkin reimsecticide or suffering some ll:eve the darkness of the' wood other preventable misha.p. lmd add just the right touch to 3Jo, although i& has been. gfWP. t>~ing sunligbt into a much used

CINCINNATI (NC) - Womeml ought to set: larger roles in the Church "with respect and dig­ nity, but with vigor," a Sister olf St. Joseph told more than 1,~ nuns at a workshop here, Sister Mary Aloysius Schai­ den:. d, professor of philoso­ phy lit Nazareth College, Naza­ reth, Mich., asked: "Where were the women at the council? None were peritae (experts, thoug~ rm sure some were competena to be. ' "And when women asked t4ll take part in the post-conciliar commission on religious life, they were thought of as pushy." Speaking of the. "rebellion" sale' to be evident in religioWl eommunities, she suggested that it may contain more opportunity than catastrophe. "If there is II rebellion in progress on a broad scale, it implies some kind of affinnation, If. she said. What is. being affirmed, she added, "is a demand for autono­ my, fO,r self-fulfillment, for participation. She explained thaa autonomy means not negative ar­ rogance nor isolated existence, but "speaking for myself as ao adult" who is worthy of respecl and esteem.

Illefore, I should like to mentiOll l! faw garden danger spots as 11 l1eminder to those who tend ~

ll'OOm. ' I was particularly impressed by the flooring in this dramatic rre careless. kitche::, <because it seemed an To begin with, remember Uta innovation in kitchen flooring lAll8ny garden Items are "attrac- lh virtually carefree surface that jj!,ve nuisance:l," that is, attractiV\il never needs to be waxed, and yet tlI children. What could be mOIre retai.ls its original brightness and oIluring thlm a power mower CllZ' chine. .. o hane' spraYel? or a sharp prun- 'David Flilria explamed that it ~g . 'nife? . 'll'here are not many was a new type of vinyl that was clnildren who can pass by l\ sicklca actually poured from Ii bottle' without trying ~ swing it onCGl ond that the flecks of color w~ c:r twice, or 0 pair of lawn clip- could see in it, in' this case tan ~rs without trying to trim somca and gold, were scattered over the lJI'ass. These lllJld many other Gurfat in whatever pattern the common garden tools must ~ owner wanted. ltept out of the reach of children The restiIt of this unusual wnd the owner must be con- operation was a charming rustic­ atan\ly aware of their potential appearing surface resistant to c1anger. 6lCuffs and wear for a·t least five One rule X follow in usina years, MARY GARDEN: M.ary' Garden of blu'e and white ~wer too18 around the gardem "I( it can take the wear and flowers, centeted by statue of Virgin, is at home of Anchor b to be sure to unplug them be- tear of nine-year-old David, six­ garden columnist Joseph Roderick, member of Immaculate fore I leave them unattended. ;vear.-;old Dwayne and five-year­ JI have a power lawn mower and old Keith, ~dong with their Conception parish, Fall River. Columnist' urges gilrden en­ New Bedford Womertl H have tQ remind myself to take,' newly acquired pet kitten, Tiger, thusiasts to combine Marian devotion with their garden­

tlhe trouble to unplug it at botlln 'then you klllOw it' has to be New officers of New Bedford

ing hobby' in this way. &be power and mower enda., &00"," said Mrs, Farias. Catholic Woman's Club are Mrs. Roland F. Mathieu, president; Enour' hll8 been written about COrD0r Sink Mrs. Paul L. Lal!'orest and Mrs. poWE;;r mowers 90 that people are Another unusual touch in this 'll"heodore J. Calnan, vice-presi,­ , lIIWare of their potential dan- charming room it! the location of dents; Mrs. Richard A. Bolton ~r, but It bi worth the extm the sink illll III corner position. and Mrs:Maurice A. Hurley, sec­ effort to guard against evelll the Ji1'ramed by Ii deep wood valance retaries; and Miss Helen L. lJiightest possibility of an accl- - Illild cheery ~dows overlooking BOSTON (NC)-A predictiOOl Father David F. No<man, New­ Stager, treasure~ !!lent. ' rolling fieldD and woods, this 90 per cent of Catholic stu- man Club chaplain at Harvard The unit has awarded scholar­ :m tUs respect, l[ am more con- "'butterfly" sink would be a de­ that dents within the- next 30 yearn University, told the delegates ships to 12 area students includ­ <terned -for neighbors' childrellll lightful place 10 do the dai17 will be attending secular univer- eollege students' are surrounded ing nine from New Bedford, t _ M: -" my own because mine haw dishes. But in this effIcient sUies and colleges was made by .fears; one of the greatest of from FAirhaven and one from been sufficiently educate<.' con- kitchen this chore is easil;' taken here by liI Newman Apostolate them ifl loss of their IndividUllll­ South Dartmouth. ftrning powered garden tools to care of by the latest in dishofficial. ity. I!teel-' away from them, but chil- washers. .

Speaking to the 31st BostO!lll The young generation is tired Central Village

~en wandering through the yard The living room is an integral Archdiocesan Congress of Cath- of III quantitative America and' may be unaware of, the danger part of the spacious kitchen be­ ST. JOHN THE BAPTJIS'Ii' fmvolved in starting a mower OIl' cause almost one whole wall olie Women, Father Robert W. wants a 'qualitative America. But $200 ~wer clippem. ' eontail)s a large passthrough, Bullock, archdiocesan director of patience is III luxury unavailable Rev. John F. Hogan the Newman Apostolate, added at this time," he said. Polson Sprays throllgh which one can glimpse II $60 "Young people seem to beliew PoisonolW spray materiais Ii!Ifl huge. fieldstone fireplace and I:l that the need now "for priests Dr. Peter F. Piccinini and nuns to seek and accept 'hane 'me beamed ceiling. $50 Imy kind must be kept out of too MrS: Farias explained that she ~aching positions on' seculuil? that questions are more impel!'­ Mrs. Everett V. D. MillD tant than answers, even' g~ rr.aach of ehildren, and evellll·, 'had folding doors on order that ceampusesis imperative." $25 arlults 'nust be sure to handne iWould cl~se off the opening when , "The future of higher edUClll- . mnswers, and they fear depell'­ . Mrs. Raymond Williams ilihem w.ith proper care. ~ l! !lhe wante~ privacy in' either tion is necessarily secular," h::;" oonalization in liI society that emMr, & Mrs. Thomas K. Porte::i> l'3lave pomtefl out so many timen, ' room. 1m' t· d th tV th h 15sid. phasi~ statistics."" . "- th t· 1 I ' en lone a oug t SIl'. .... ese all' IC eD, am a firm be- fit was r th lik h . L3ev r, j th f h . _" ." a er, e aVlng an . ~ns e n e u s e 0 c emlc..... '··~verchanging picture on a wall. Mr. & Mrs. Roland Fautetm: ~ray . materialll but I am als:lll' , . As w t· d th l' . i,g t()rIl" . ff'CIlirhaveril . h ' e en ere e Ivmg room, \7ery muc aware that they' are·.. it w~s even more pleasant tham ST.·PETEllt ST. JJOSEPH CPA President Ptlilers d I iii $50 1S'0rd. . in every sense of the, "the kitche n gl'Impse hi.n t e. $35 TORONTO (NC)-Msgr. Tei'b A Friend d t "-- the center of the beautIful hand . Nothing in th lMli'. Os Mrs. John Aiello ence McMahon, editor of ~ e gar en mus Ilk: pegged floor was an unusual Mrs. Sidney Caplan , $25 IitPproAched with greater respect brigh~'~ colored hand knitted Catholic Transcript, Hartfonll 1\l25 . Mr. & Mrs. Bruno Cesolhrl filan these useful but dangeroWl rug mad b M F . , d archdiocesan newspaper, woo Mrs. Sybil J. Bacon Ue E d h 1.J1 e y r. arIas gran Mr. & Mrs. Enos Days ms. very gar ener s ou... mother., The eolors of its diaelected president at the 57th aXll­ Mr. & Mrs. Theodore BouchGl? Mr. & Mrs. Edward W, Fib­ ll!ave a storage space for them mond shapes provided '1 perfect' nual Catholic Pl'ess Associaticm A Friend . t.i1immons . i!h~f. cannot be reached by chll- l:lccent for the rest of tile ha dooDvention here. Mr. & ·Mrs. Nonnan Fourniel1' Mary Goggin dren or a place where they ma7 n "BOme room. ' Mr. & Mrs. Clinton Rose Margaret Nickerson '"""Lkept under lock and key. M ' has' b ak e d tll..· rs. ' F anas ... Ul Mr. & Mrs. NonnlllJl K. Smi@.J.. Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Potter astly, no matter how innocu- eak 'te f tl· h Dr. & Mrs. Charles Souza OOS A gArden tool may seem t4ll e qUi requen y J!il esr Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Richarda $20 lJ'l)u, remember . that it may be ~ra~d new kitchen and sr~ says Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Roussellll!ll A Friend ~ractive to a ehild W "I 1visitors 'TYS brings raves :from her Mr. & Mrs. Richard Ryan . e are a~ $15 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Souza /JUilty of leaving our tools around ClHIIINESE WEDDING CAKEi: Reg. Moster Plumber 293@

Mr. & Mm. Albert Enos 1Ihe garden and most of us get • . $20 GEORGE M. M()NTLE

Mr. & Mrs. William Grover /;Away with it. I am as guilty ~. ... CL.p Sifted flc:'tar Mz;. &. Mrs. Raymond Archam­ Over 35 Years

Mrs. Paul Lassen, Mr. & Mrm. this as the next person but so II teaspoon baking powder ~wt Jao~rt H. Leeming, Mr. & Mro. of Satisfied Service

iar I have been lucky and nothS eggs separated $iS Charles McKenna 806 NO. MAIN STREET big has happened because of 1IIIl:V 1 cup sugar Mr. & Mrs. Jarvis Medeirotl iOrelessness. 1 teaspoon vanilla Fall River 675-74'" Mr. &: Mrs. William J. Savo~ In the Kit h ll) Sift together the flour &Ml \fllUpped Cll'eam Ji'ros1UllIlg c. en baking powder and set aside ' Warmth and hospitality seem 2, In a large bowl put the 1 pint of heavy ere~ ~m!I!lIlUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmtllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1IIIIIIIIUlIIIIl!l'.!: ~ welcome visitors as you enter Cl egg whiteD and beat lllntM ~ cup sugar _~ _~ ~ lovely kitchen in the new»:v foamy Gradually add sugar, ¥.t teaspoon vanillll " built home of Mr.. and M: ... David beating well until the ,hiteo 1 can of well drained §== pineapple IIJ1r other If~ Far' :s of St. John's Parish, Cen- lltand in' very very stiff pealal. ~l Village. As ehildren anllll 3) Add the' egg yolks, to. th<:a fruit may be added if ~ ~" ~ desired. _ . ­ llrltten tumble O'l1t to greet YOIl!, whites one at a time beatinjj1 (!he first thing you notice is that well after each additio~ The evening I saw Shirley'o ~ , . 0 ~ ~u're entering the ho~ 4) Carefully fold in'the dry I:dtchen, she served this delicioUlD Gl1r~ugh a lovely dutch dCGT, Ingredients 0 little at a time arnlI CPl,,,, garnished with strawberrien _=~ e~@$e<dl Memoria~ lI)alm Ciild it was quite elegant. - v c.tamed a deep walnut. MO fold inl the vanilla. 1) Beat the heavy crear\ until! §' IJ The kitchen cabinets carry oum 5) Bakf' in Iil very well greased . ~is le deep tone because the;r lJ incb. cake pSlll1 iml. a 350· ovena tlhnfiy And add sugar and vanilll'l . § ~ hilVe beellll atained the SSJIIlllG ~Il' 20 to 25 .minuteo or until cab graQually, while continuing' to . = _~_ ' _ beat. If ,you are going to ~ UNION WHARF; .:AIRHAVfN 'ij'eij, 997-93SI!.J deh color with great patienCe. /!i)rlngs bAr'" Frc:Jt 'w.ith the f@&­

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East Brewster

Woods Hole

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ST. JOSEPH

$200 lLaSalette Fathers' $60 :w~lter Tuffy . '. ­ .$30.., " Mr. &; Mrs. H. J. Casey ~.~ $25' Dr.·&; Mrs. ,Edmund Bradley :Mr. & Mrs. Michael Long Mr & Mrs Michaei C O'DonneD Mr. & Mrs, Arthur J. p'asch Murray Booth $20 Mr. & Mrs. Philip W. Collyer, Mr. & Mrs. Warren A. Doe, Mr. &; Mrs. James White, - Mr. & Mrs. F, Weldon .Pearce $15 Janet L. Drew, Mr. ~ Mrs. :Ralph E. Ames, Mrs. Isaac Frot­ ten, Mr. & Mrs. Arthu'r Dickey, . :Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Walker Mr. & Mrs. Stanley G. Fowler, )lIrs. Elizabeth L. Gardner

Centerville

Esther Murchison, Mrs. Rich­ ffiQnd Bell, Mrs. Isabel Tesson, MrS'; Helen Ormsby Mrs. Arthur S. Joseph, First ~ational BaTik of Cape Cod

$250' , Paul McCusker. . $100 . ~: Vincent 4ePatil'Society .. $50.." , Mr. & Mrs. Francis Murphy

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Frances 'Goffin' - Virginia Bnindenour'g , , $25,'. . Mr: &;Mrs. Michael Carlson Mr. &; Mrs: Joseph Sylvia Mr. & Mrs. Eugene' Mysona Mr;' & Mrs. Ralph Simoneau Margaret Harris Mr. & Mrs. Leo Murphy $20 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Marshall Mr. & Mrs Bernard Cavanaugh Mr. & Mrs. William Kirk Mr. & Mrs. WiliiamStone , $15 .. Mr. & Mrs. John McDonald Mr. & MI·s. Ronald Legere '. Mrs. Gertrude Arcarro Mr. & Mrs. William WhiU; . Mr. & Mrs. Francis Miller

OUR LADY 01<' VllCTORY

$100 :Mr. & Mrs. Rene Poyant $50 John E. VanTassel $25 Mr. & Mrs. Norman Boucher Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cannon Mr. & Mrs. John Dean Ann Fawcett Dorothy Fawcett Margaret Fawcett Mr. ,& Mrs. Thomas·.F. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. George Reale Mr. & Mrs. Norbert Young $20 \ ( Mr. & Mrs. Anthony DeCrosta, .Joseph R. Manuel,"Mrs. 'Josie S. Sheaffer, Mr., &' Mrs. Edward Welch. . Mr. & Mrs. Francis V. Storey $15 Mr. & Mrs. William Dacey Jr., MI's. Arthur Linnell, Mr. & Mrs. John McLaughlin, Mr. &. Mrs. Carl Pena, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Uniacke. Mr. & Mrs.. Gilbert A. Quaglia, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Silvestri.

Osterville \ A.SSUMPTION

$50 The McKeon F'amily $25 The Cotter Fainily $15 Mr. & Mrs . .John Denmark Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Brandao

Wellfleet OUR LADY OF LOURDES , nOO

. $25 Mr. & Mrs. William C. Welch Mr. & Mrs. ·Albert Davenport · Mr. &; Mrs. Robert Gott JamesJ:' Connor , - Mr. & Mrs. Joseph .Benoit Mr. & Mrs. John Ferreira · Mr. & Mrs. C~urtney Chase John J. Callahan · Mr. & Mrs. Frederick E: Steele , Mr..&.Mrs. D. Leo Daley Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Chase · Mr. &,Mrs. D. Edwin Vegliante Mr. '& Mrs. William Derwin Mr. & ·Mrs. Charles Tagliaferri In Men-lOry Edward i. Farrell' Holy Name Society Mr. & Mrs. Frank Carleton Mr. &; Mrs. George Xe'na'kis $20

Mrs. Lawrence Ber.trand

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Mrs. Cecelia Lyon

Mr. & Mrs. John Merna

Dr. John F. McDermott

:Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Knaus _ $100 .. Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Frameii'

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$30 Lawrence Cardinal, Louise D. Fratus, Wellfleet Package StorG!, Mrs. William J. Gill, Mr. &; Mrs. Joseph Remy Mr. -& Mrs. Arthur F. Joseph, Mr. & Mrs. John J. Kelley Jr. $15 John Sherwin, Alfred Rose, Duarte Agency, Mr. & Mrs. .An­ thony Ferreira Sr., Mr. & Mrs. John Berrio Mr, & Mrs. Francis Howard, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Kane, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ormsby, Mr. 8£ Mrs. Robert Dutra, Mr. &; Mrs. Joseph Roderick. Mr. & Mrs..Alfous Encke, ll4l'll.

Arthur J. Poiri~r Mr. &; Mrs. Joseph Gelinas Mr. & Mrs. Henry F. Bul'J)lJ $50

Dorothy M. Pai'rie Edmund F. Hohqlann

Mr. & Mrs: Edward Bonney $25

Mrs. Ellen Ronari Mrs, .Katherine ,Jones'

Mi':' &' Mrs. 'Raymond P. P _ ..Mr. & Mrs..Ernest'R. Olson Mr. & Mrs. Harty· DeveaWl' ' Mrs. Antionette Abroma~age , " $20' " ' Mr. & Mrs. raul Abl;'omavag~ .. Mr. & Mrs. Richili-d· 'Croom ':Mr. & Mrs. William, Elliott Anthony White .. ·, . Mr: & Mrs. G. Stanley Johnson' Mr. & Mrs. J. Craig Mede"· ~ Mr. ,& Mrs. Pat 'sorenti Louis J. Clement· • $15 Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Cb_ Mr. &; Mrs. Francis M. Tiernan Cosmo Montagna· . 'Mr.• &; Mrs. Edward Downing Mrs. Anna C. Peck J. J. Saxton

Falmouth Mrs. Page'

ST. PATRICK $15

. $5() , Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Houle, .JdD,. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Cprey Jr. ette B. Vieira, Mrs. Russell BMPo> Mr. &; Mrs..J. Francis Flynn ter, Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Keo-. Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Lopes neaIly, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Meso­ $25 '

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Mr. & Mrs. Edward Doudie2Jli" Mr. & Mrs. Thomas McGuire

Mr. &; Mrs. Theodore, EileUl Mr..&Mrs. Robert Dugon

Santry, Mr. & Mrs. Henry A $20

Bouchard, Mi:. & Mrs. Manad Jfohn Hughes

Reis $15, W. F. Clarkin, Mr. & Mrs. WD­ Mr. & Mrs. Jack.Marshall Jir.· )jam B. Fratus, Mrs. Jenny Ta­ Mrs. Arthur Wagner vares, Mr. &,Mrs. John G. Cmr Mr. & Mrs. James E. CarreiJ't> non, O. P. Denoncourt Mr. & Mrs. Cedric Sears, Mr. ,. Hyannis ,Mrs, George Lampert, Beatriefl Silver liT. FRANCIS XAVIER'

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ST. PETER

'250 Rev. Leo J. Duart $75 r;' Rev. Thomas C. MayheW '$50 Wa)~er Welsh Council :K fllf e $30 Mr. &; Mrs. John ,Ferreira $25 Cetholic Dallghters Memory of Mr. &: Mrs. An­ ~nio Bocanfuso Mr. &; Mrs. Napoleon Poyant Warren C. Silva Mr. & Mrs. Emmanuel J. Somm Mrs. Isadore Ferreira Mr. '&; Mrs. Herman De Silva Mr. &; Mrs. Cyril J. Patrick $20 Mr. & Mrs. Frank Taves, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Menangas, Bessie & Miriam Corea, Mr. & Mrs. J. Howard Days, Mr. & Mrs. Wil­ liam White, George Leydem $15' Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Perry', Mr. &; Mrs. Louis Salva'dor, Mr. lfr. Mrs. Sam Janopolis, Mr. &: Mrs. Joseph Dirsa, Mrs. 'Frank Rowe, Charles Welsh

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WASHINGTON (NC) _ "T.he of ,reporting reli­ authority on ecumeilism de-' gion has changed. e]ared here that on the cen-' "Twenty years ago" editol'B were scared to death of religion. . h P I tra ]ss~e of t e rotestant The Saturday church page was Reformatton 450 years lIgo Prot-- typical.. An old man or young teStant and Catholic theology are boy was given tile job. Today , DOW as one. they 'put on good men to cover Father H?rry J. McSorley, religion like a regular ooat. Real C.S.P., speaklllg before the Com- professionals compete for space ~onwealth Club of Los Angeles with other regular beat men." m . the .Newman ~ent~r .3t the This assessment of the chang­ 'Umverslty. of Cahforma In Los ing nature of daily news coverAngele~, saId both. Protestant 3lId age of religion comes from one .' Cathohc theologlans agree on who should know -'-'. George . the helplessnes~ of m~n to move , 'Dugan, veteran religion reporter to' :lrd salv~tlO~ ~Jthou,t th,e for the New York Times. strength and lIlSpl~atlOn of God s Dugan is one of a growing grace t.o enable. hlm to ,make a cadre of top professionals who ll~ee WIll commltment to salva-, cover religion as "hard news." tion.. . ' The traditional wariness of edi. The onehme Bucknell Um~er- tors has been overcome by their ,', mty.fo?tb?ll star wh~ now IS D more traditional "nose.for news." speCialist III ReformatlOn theoloAnd religion these days w ~ underscored that .the. central news, not only because editors JBsue. of the Reformation was the have awakened suddenly, but bere.latlOn between grace and fr~, cause religion bas awakened wIll. gradually. Changes' are many. Central Concern And change means news. Father McSorley said Martin Story Without End Luther's central concern was NOne of this happened' over"neither the papacy, purgatory night. \ Religion began moving Dor indulgences." In his scholarly from the bulletin board of the lecture, the Paulist traced the Saturday church page to the theological trends that influ- front page around 1948. That was enced Luther. the year when ecumenism. took In his original Reformation protest, Luther was "a Catholic M S 'd CFM C OnVell110n to' " F ref ormer, :lther corley sal . With the permission of the 11. S. Bishops' Ecumenical Comt ..... otre am'e mittee, Father McSorley is ''a CHICAGO (NC) --'- The theme . -.In the member of the Catholl·c-Luther·"EUI'ld'mg C ommumty an committee cUITently planning Church and in Politics" will be the observance of the 450th anni- studied at the 196'7 'Christian versary 0 of the Reformation, Family Movement convention, which will inciude 15 dialoguell Aug. 24 to 27, at the University m U. S. cities. of Notr Dame, it was announced at CFM headquarters bere. An attendance CIIf some 5,000 is Board Will Install ' expected. Speakers will include Middle School Plan Harvey Cox, 2uthor of "'The LINCOLN (NC)-The Lincoln Secular City"; U. S. Sen Mark Catholic board of education bas Hatf:eld of Oregon; Sidney Cal­ lahan, autho of "The Dlusion of announced its first major deci­ sion-a restructuring of the eight Eve: Modern Woman's Quest for Lincoln Catholic schools mlder Identity"; Joseph Cardinal Car­ dijn, founder of the Jocists; and its control. After an extensive study the Archbishop John F. Dearden 0If board elected unanimously to Detroit, president of the National make the Lincoln Catholic ochool Conference of Ca.tholic Bishops. The convention will be de­ ~stem one of the first 4-4-4 "'middle" school systems in the ~gned to prepare CFM members .f' the 1967-68 program and willl Nebraska area. The new struc­ marl!: the opening of the new ture is receiving growing accept­ 8JIce among educatorn tbrougb- "inquby program" JIor members cut the United States. . ~ the, @guntJl'y DllMi ~verseais.

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Job for Specialist SAN ANTONIO (NC) - Dr. John Kenneth Galbraith, econoMore and more editors are mist and· former U ..S. a'mbassa- realizing that they can no longer dor to India praised the recent rely on their brightest general encyclical of Pope Paui VI, On 'assignment reporters (let alone the Development of Peoples, as old men or young boys) to do "one of the greatest sources of justice to the story of religion. moral strength." " Religion reporting,has become

Dr. Galbraith, a member of the ,as much a full-time job for .the President's Nationa.l A-dvisory specialist as science repol,ting. Council for the Office of Eco­ The United States' two major nomic Opportunity, noted in a wire services-which serve the press conference here that Pope daily newspaper and broadcast­ Paul exhorted richer nations to ing newsrooms-lay claim to two assist poorer ones. of the top specialists in the busi­ He pointed out that in Western 'ness, George Cornell, of Asso­ Europe and Scandinavia there is ~iated Press and Louis Cassels of Gtrong movement for this con- United Press International. ~p~ which, he said, has received Each-Cornell from New York mpport from all religious groups. City and Cassels from Washing­ "To have the Pope come )11. ington-handles many-of the top DOW, with his encyclical, will be religious news storieI' and writes very helpful," the Harvard Uni- a weekly religion column. They wersit~ professor observed. "I ;!lye familiar figures at major hope that it might be helpful in religious gatherings' throughout ~e 1]. S., too. It D)ight.,give lm the world. i1mpetus ~ the foreign aid prolilram."

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Poland are faced with seriout) financial problemS. Thc' nuns jl!l 2,480 convents formerly SlDJj)­ ported t.hemselves by working m hospitals, teaching school an«ll engaging in various humanita­ rian activties. Two years ago the governmenil began excluding nuns from hos­ pital work and limiting teaching by nuns. Currently, the nunD work only in institutions for the incurably ill and mentally dis­ turbed children and teach hl only three schools.

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layman Gets .Post!' NIAGARA (NC) - A layinan has been named to the newly established post of assistant to the president of Niagara Uni­ versity, conducted here by the Vincentian Fathers. Father'Ken­ neth F. Slattery, C.M., president, said Norman W. Blessing, assist­ ant professor of accounting since 1961, will take the post July 1.

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Hails Free Flow Of Information BALTIMORE (NC) - Law­ rence Cardinal Shehan of Balti­ more said that a free flow of in­ formation has contributed strik­ ingly t, the religious, social, ed­ ucational and business growth of Maryland. The whole structure of per­ sonal and political freedom rests on the integrity of communica­ tions media, Cardinal Shehan said in conjunction with the first annual World Communications Day observance, held recently at

Iprtng ta hiSre. Summer is around tho comer. It in time to kiok off shoes, Nn barefoot. But these homeless children buddle t<>sether for warmth. 100.,000 Ilk. them 1m thoir city of Caloutta haw DO aboee-1l0 ohoice of where to .lee9­ 80 bod other than tho Itreet. When you hllh plokJna up your 1b0il .. DiP.. MDlember millions Uk. theM

the suggestion of the Pontifical Commission for the Media of Social Communications. "Much that is positive in mod­ ern life," Cardina~ Shehan said. "has its origin or receives im­ petus in the efforts of the press, radio and television and motion picture films. "Responsible editors and pro­ ducers, who recognize that en­ thusiasm and restraint may both serve the community, merit our applause on this particular day,'" he continued.

around the world. The Holy Pather he. JOO,OOO dedicated men and women working in the MissIons to Siv. shelter ' to the homeless In Christ', Dame. Dear Monsignor O'Meara: Here Is the price of one pair of shoes that I can do with­ out. RUBh It to where it it moat needod. NAMBI

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· MILWAUKEE (NC)-An Ar­ gentine prelate, ,whose country was 'jol~d 'by student revolts last year, said here he waS "very sorry" to see student demonstra­ tions increasing in the United States. . "When you let students run a university, that is a very bad thing," said Archbishop Carlos Perez Eslava of Salta. "I'm very sorry to see this beginning here." Archbishop Perez was in Mil­ waukee as part of a GO-day State Department-sponsored tour of educational facilities in more than half a dozen cities. He held a press conference at the Inter­ national Institute. Argentine students riots last Summer at the eight state-run universities over government ef­ forts to rid them of leftists virt4,­ ally halted education there. The furor has been controlled by tight government restrictions on student activity, the archbishop said. Speaking through an inter­ preter, he termed the clamp down "a 'good ·thing" because stu­ dents had been "allowed too much freedom'in the past.". Communists, he' said, are a "serious influence" in the unrest. "They had been paid to stay in . the universities for years toagi­ tate,". he clai~ed.

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· '5cho~h; Elect New Officers Excitement mounts at Diocesan highs as graduation day approaches. Signs of the times include proms, auto­ graph exchanges, picture taking and promises of mutual and everlasting remembrance. At Feehan in Attleboro the senior prom has already and appointments as underclass­ pas~ed into memory with a men at Diocesan_highs prepare special sparkle lingering for.- to take over the reins of power. Prom Queen Judy White and At Feehan the editor in chief

her ladies in waiting, Elyse Par­ of the Feehan Flash 'will be-Mar­ mentier, Martha ·Gallagher, Bar­ ilyn Kearney. Her. aides will be bara Morrissey and Donna Aus­ Sue Servant and Mary Jane tin. Also at Feehan, there'll be' Molak. Newly selected varsity an end-of-year dance tomorroW' cheerleaders at Feehan are . night, the last all-school event· Blanche Gravel, Martha Doldt, for all four classes. It's student , Donna Forget, Carol Prefontaine" 'council sponsored with' Maureen arid Colleen Simmons. Nolan' and Marie Fratoni in Dominilog. staff memberS at · : marge of arrangements. DA will include 'Sharon Andrade 'Class day at Prevost is slated . and fatricia Maurano, co-editors; for Friday', June 9 at Jesus-Mary Linda Ward, business manager; auditorium. The glee club will Michele Dion, her assistant; and perfom and sophmores will offer Joan Darcy, copy editor. Denise Ll skit. Also on June 9, Prevost Janson will be photography edi­ seniors and faculty members will tor. A novel notion comes from attend a dinner at White's res­ DA' in connection with the year­ taurant during which scholastic book. Come Monday, all pictures ROOM LEADERS: Room le~ders 8:~' Bishop Connolly and athletic awards will be • not used in. the current:"editioli ..made. . . ' will be' auctioned to students by Hi~h, Fall River, are, front from left, Steven Abdow,' St. At Dominican Academy, Fall . Terrie Chouinard., business man­ AntllOny of the Desert parish j Richard Obisla, HolyCross; .River, the annual junior-senior' ager. rear, Steven Almeida, St. Louis; Steven Bolger, St. William. banquet is .slated for Tuesday, At Prevost, next year's staff May 30 with junior class presi­ Of the always interesting Maple dents Sharon Andrade and Leaf will include Gilbert L'Ital­ start for the seniors. Tomorrow High at a band concert, and sen­ Elaine Senechal making arrange­ !eD, editor, and Roland Lambalot the' Mount Spanish club will pre­ iors attended a day-long confer­ o ments. _ lUid Paul Martel, assistant edi.. sent a program featuring a skit, ence by Rev.' James Kelley of • I fashion show and singalong. The Mansfield onp~paration for IglOUS A living rosary sponsored by 'tors. @Ie Christian Youth Movement Junior Michele Boule win skit; directed by Rebecca Tara­ marriage. . of Prevost and Jesus-Mary drew I'aead varsity cheerleaders at boIski,. will· feature the Three At Prevost, boys heard a talk participants from Mt. St. Mary Jesus-Mary next year. She was Bears. . on religio,us life by Rev. George CHICAGO (NC) - There ·are as well. The active CYlVI will chosen J>y vote of her fellow . Student council elections will Colby, C.S.C. ·anQ. on family life 34 names on the roster of the . llIUlounce its new officers at a r8h-rah girls. be ,held tomorrow at C~ssidy by Rev.' Roger Poirier, school volunteer fire department in eonsecration ceremony Wednes­ Recolledion Dm7ll High in Taunton. Results will be dir~ctor. And the Prevost suburban Northbrook. The four \ <!lay. May 31. They will be m.:. ]Teehan' seniors attended days announced Monday. In progress Mothers Guild will hold a schol­ most faithful, "regular guys and stiUled at a banqu.et Saturday, of recollection Tuesday and yes­ at the Taunton school are senior arship dinner dance Saturday darned hard workers," answer <June 3. terday at LaSalette . retreat final. exams. Them over, the night at Whi'ie's restaurant. Mrs. to the names of Firemen M. Gil­ Sisters of Merq are early house;. and last week there was graduating class will attend a Normand: Berger' will head the boy, G. Stachon, R. G-randfield, .birds in announcing transferll a special day' for basketball team day of recollection Monday. ' group for the coming year. and L. Vanden Bergh. .this year. At Feehan, Sister Mar,r nnembers. . Also at Cassidy, students and , . ' 'Peace '~oSary .' But at the Society of the Di­ Kilian has. been appointed new )in other club news Elt Feehan. faculty were guests of Taunton SHA Fall. River students are vine ,Word SeminaliY in nearbY' 8ssistant principal and "other l?u~ Nurses honored their sen-' Techny, the' same four answer mew changes' are Sister Mary oor .meJAbers at a supper; and . reciting a daily rosary for peace to the names of Brothers, Mein­ . Hope and Sister Therese Mary," sodalists held their. annual. in ·the' .schoQI chapel; and art rad Gilboy,' 25,' Youn'gstown, . F ni 0 apprectiation ·students made a · , repor t sane rato. ., ~wning ceremony on Monday,' o I'll. . recent visit ·to the Boston Mu­ Ohio; Giles'Stachan, 25,Chicage• M Romauld' Gr~field, 37, Anoka, .... '. At Mt. st. Mary,. Sister ,Mary at which time membership pioo .. TJmothy 'will succeed, Sister :were conferred. .' NEW YORK (NC)-The last sewn·.of. Fine' Arts. Juniors re­ Minn.;· and Lambert Vander I . Mary Consilii as principal. Sister . SCholarshl'ps are stilll ..~;n'" Dominican priest in Red China eeived their· rings in Rev.' ceremonies. v~~ .. presided ·over .by·· John . Be-rgh' 29 ,.',Green , .Bay' . . ' Wis .. Consilii moves to Salve Regina in., including a $300 award. from died in prison April 2, according FoIster. . Jrollowmg the adVIce of VatIcan College as a member of the his­ the Amalgamated Workers Un­ to information received by the :'-'nA'student' eOtlncil sponsored .. Council II .to. participate in civic oorYMdeparment.Also, ttew.. on ion to Diane Pichette . .... DA. here. st. Jude Dominican Missions an officers' party the other day, resp?~sibil.1 t les,. the .f our B ro·­ th oM. ....e ount faculty will be Sister Diane will .enter Union' HOSpl·tal honoring officers from all school .. ers JOined : . tlte.fIre . . ,depa r tInen t a Father Dominic Thomas Chang, year ago They 'bought a 1957 M ary Antonine, Sister Mary . Sc~~l of Nursing. At Prevost, Jrrancela S· t er M ha l'me, Paul.Dextraze has. been .granted. O.P.. first native Chinese Domin­ organizations;.' and a also atfocus DA · , S'ste ,IS ary P asc the CCD sponsored day of auto, · overhauled' It and Use i~ 1. r Elizabeth Marie,. Si~ter $500 by Stop and Shop,Inc. un­ fcan to be ordained in 300 years,.'on "Christian living entiUed t. answer alarms. Mary Maurice, Sister Mary Owen der a scholarship plan for ,part­ was buried in Kien-Young, 120'

I and Sister Mary Malachy.· 'time workers. The grant is roe­ miles from" Kienow in Fukien' "TaJ;'get: Chri$t'.~

i Election Results aewable annually. He'll attend province, :where he had been as­ GirIs at, St. :Joseph's Prep, Fan Leaving the Fall River acad­ PC. signed by his superiors. Prior to lRiver, report they .made their MILWAUKEE (NC) -Father emy are Sister Charlotte Marie, Jesus-Mary reports that the communist takeover in 1949, annual retreat With Rev. Rene William F. Kelley; S.J., fOrmei: president of Marquette Univer­ Sister Mary ~armelitll, Sister Yy,onne. Berger has' received a Jrukien province was the' scene Gagnon, M.S. And at Holy Fam­ sity, has J>een named assistant Mary Chabanel and Sister Mary $1000 renewable scholarship of work by Dominican mission­ ily High' 'in New Bedford· the Eleanora. from the. Rhode Island State . aries from the United States, the Marian Chapter of the National to the president of Creightol1 . Also in the news a~ electl?D11 Scholarship Program. She'll en­ Philippines and Spain. Honor Society held a litterbug University in Omaha. . ter Northeastern. Father Chang, 57, WBB bom in . ·day during 'which lin award was Says Baso$ A scholarship winner from Mt..· Fooehow, Fukien province, and given to the cleanest homeroom. mil1nmllllllllllllllilUilllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllll~ , st. Mary is Katie McCarty, roe- ,. educated in Te Yu, Kiangsl, 'and The HF seh.ior prom was held ~ . ·D~.Y"~LE~NING ~ cipient of a grant from' the Corky SacredHeart School in Shanghai. IilSt 'iiight 'WIth the theme "In == .and == TORONTO. (NC)-Profession­ JRow Club. ])oiDinicl\n missionaries' became Oriental Gardens"; and George FUR STORAGE ~ alism in. the Catholic' pr~. is·, ~hode Island state grants have' in~tested, in Father Chang as a" 'M~·Jane.Oliveira andI:.ouise ~ ,good and necessary-but it is not gone to Kathleen 'O'Connell and "young pupil imd employed him. Lafleur ,were among students enough if the Catholic press is Charlene' Warren' of SHA Fan for a while asa house boy. whob,a~~. ' received. scholarship to fulfill its role in the Church River. He 'vas later sent to the Do- grants from New Bedford Cath­ l1lld in the, world. . DA and Mount girls will at- minicans' Pfovidence College iD. ollc Woman's 'Club. 'i Bishop Clarence G. Issenmann . tend their annual varsity banquet .·lUi'ode .Island., St. Rose's Pr:Iol'7 ..... ADd '·lIP debate 'club 6fflcel'll of ,Cleveland, episcopal chair­ tonight. Senior volleyball and . nelir "Springfield, Ky., and'the have been named' for Dext year, == 34-44 ~~Qnllet Street == ~ Taunton 822-6161 ~ man of the press department' 01. basketball varsity 'members will . Dominican houses of study ia including Cynthia Rego, presl­ the U. S. 'Catholic Conference attend. The entertainment pro­ River Forest,· m., and Washlng­ dent; Kevin. Jljlrrlngton,. vice­ iilllllUmll1l1tlllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllIIl16 and honorary chainnan' of the gram' will include free::form ton, D. C. president; Margaret McIntyre. \Catholic Press Association, tOld. dancing, gymnastics and .judo. Father Chang was ordained in secretary - treilsurer; Dan i e I members of the Catholic press Yearbooks have been distrib­ St. Dommic's church, Washing­ Dwyer, Hbranan; Leslie Palmieri. that their professionalism must uted everywhere. At Mount the . ton; in 1940 and worked briefly cler-k Of committee&. "SPECIAL MILK also be based on commitment in Memphis Tenn. He then made . and supernatural love. theme of "MercyCrest" was an attempt to return to his native from Our Own' "Drama in our Lives" and edi­ China. ~ tors were Patricia Selleck and . The outbreak of World War 1II Tested Herd" AI~mni H~ad Jeannine 'Santerre. forced him to remaIn in Manila Acushnet, Mass. 993-4457 BALTIMORE (NC) - Arch­ At DA Dominilog was dedi­ in the Philippine Islands. Al­ Prescripti~ caned , .

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PRO PARVUlLlI MEDALISTS: Joseph Taylor, St. George's Parish, Westport; Richard Pittsley, member of the pack sponsored by St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, New Bedford; Kenneth Paiva, St. Lawrence's Parish, New Bedford; examine the medal of Michael Caron of St. George's 'prior to the ceremony held at the Westport Church. $15 Walter Waltman, Mr. & Mrs. William Campbell, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lynch, John F. Vargas, Mr. & Mrs. Evans Lava. Mr. & Mrs. William F. Clem- ' mey, Catherine Crowninshield, Mr. & Mrs. Rene J. Bazinet, Mrs. Olivia Vrattos, Mr. & Mrs. James H. Lynch. Mr. & Mrs. George E. :Mac­ Lean, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Bras­ sard, Mr. & Mrs. Oscar, Wilcoxon, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Mazzoleni, Mr. & Mrs. William McClellan. ST.ANT"ONY

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Archb8SiUiJp! Hallinan To Receiwe Degree WORCESTER (NC) - Arch­ bishop Paul J. Hallinan of At.­ lanta, Ga., will be among ,five persons presented with honoraE)' degrees at the 121st commence­ ment of Holy Cross College heN Wednesday, June 7. Gov. John A. Volpe will give the commence-­ ment address. Father Raymond J. Swords, S.J., college president, said d&­ grees also will be conferred upon John U. Munro, dean of Harvard College; Aloysius F. Power, viee president and general counsel oJ General Motors Corp.; Mother Loretto Julia of Rome, mothew general of the Sisters of Notre Dame, and Robert S. Fitzgerakl, also of Harvard. Degrees willl. be granted II! 423 students.

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S. Bible Reooing-Rabbi Nathan Wise" AbavGtth Achjm Synagpgue, New ledfOrd'

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St. AmbrG5e African, Orthodox Church, New Bedford

1. Bible: Reoding;---:Rev.. Jhhn linden, Aarts, fiirsf' Presyferian "Church, New Bedfordl

Master of Ceremonies-Rev. Sydney Adamsr

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New Bedford BOLY NAME $5(1

Dr.

Ambr-oBe FinneD $3S Mr. &; Mra. James Wi150n h. $30 Mr. &; Mrs.. Salvatore Glam­ malvo $25 Mr. & 1'.11"8. Arthur BanC'i."oft Sr. M1"8. Catherine Carney M1"8. Mary Dalton Grace Donneny Mr. &; Mrs.·Jaoes Dufficy Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gorman Mr. &; Mrs. Michael Griffiths Gerald Moriarty

Mr. & Mrs. John O'l'~ef.l Joan Sheehan Mrs. Knut K. 'Vikre &; M1"8.

BAtmED HEART

$25

Dr. & Mrs. John T. B::;rn:m;ll ':Mr. &: Mrs. Antonio Cadero

ASSmlPTION $U6.57 t.Oyal Parishioners n

$1Z1 Loyal Parishioners $50

Abramson, Titus &; LevCiDSOIl. $40 Holy Name Society $80 Antonio S. Monteiro $25 Our Lady of the Asslllm])t1on Club St. Martin de POTTes 'Gmld Peter F. Cruz Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mantell'" Bernard Kestenbaum Mr. & Mrs. Paul Corchado Clara Rose & Family Antonio De Cnn Mrs. J~h Baptista $20 Mr. .&; Mrs. S3muel Baibo:ul $15 Mr. &; Mrs. Adert Lopes € a pe Verdean Ultramarine Band Club, Mr. & :Mrs. William Carmo, Mr. & Mrs. William II. Petry, Mr. & Mrs. J~ime Gcmet.il. VeronicaC. Sutcliffe. OUR LADY OF FATIMA

n5

Mr: & Mrs. Char1es Franklin Mr. & Mrs. Francis LawlOll' ~20

Mr. & 1\1rs. Edgar Langis Mr. &; Mrs. Joseph Travel'll $15, . Mrs. Winifred Carney Mr. &; Mrs. Robert RicbaR;bJ OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP $200

J'ranciscan Fathen; OFM eae.. $58 A Parishioner IIII'. &; Mrs. Andrew BanIlS $25

Alexander Boc Family IIIrs. Katarzyna Pifko Mrs. Amelia Bariteau Mr. &; Mrs. Roger Dube $20 Mr. &; Mrs. Edward DabrowBki Mr. & Mrs. Konstnnty Lefkowiez St::lnley Smiechowslri , Mr. &: Mrs. ~IDilir Bmeka, Mrs. :Marya Galus. $15 Mr. &; Mrs. Davia Amaral, Mr. A: MrB Jozef Roszkiewicz & Fam­ By, Mr. & Mrs Arthur W. lVlartiD, :Mr. &; Mm. Henry Bartkiewia, Stanley Murach Mr. ,& Mrs. Ulric BenoIt, Mm Bose Feeley :Edward Bobrowiecki J'amDy

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cnm LADY OF PlJRGATOJUl $50 .... George Saad ~

lIT. ANNE ~

:Mm. AIde! Loi'nmu

$16 IMrs. Florence Brower Mr. &; Mrs.. Francis Foley

$25

Mr.

The Poczatek ·Family $15 .:Michael Poczatek, Mr. .& mfrs. :Frank Gonet .and Daug~1ters, Mr. • Mrs. Joseph Linldewi cz :& 'Son, "Mr..& Mrs. Edward Nowak ;& Daughter.

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'$is ST. IlED\V1G

Stanley Twarog ·Mrs. 'Elizabeth :P.atla ,& 'P.amf!y '$20 Mr. &; .Mrs. Albert Daley Helen Podgorski $1·5

.Mr. ,&Mrs. 'Stanley Szulik Mr. &; Mrs. Chester Gadomski ST. HYACnNTR $5@

St. Vincent de Paul Conferenee of St. Hyacinth "Parisn

'$25 St. Ann Sodality '4)1: Pc:rith $T.-,JA1\IES

$168 Dr. Daniel HarringtOil $75

, Rev. Thomas }l:. O'Dea A Friend $6.@

A Friend • ,$5:0

Dr. William O'Connor Mr. & Mrs. .Arnold~ P.2I'SCml , Mr. & Mrs. Luke Smith $35 Mr. & Mrs. "Herman Saundel'll $30 Mr. &·Mrs. Arthur Macedo . $25

Mr. & ·Mrs. Joseph D. Berll'Y John E. Foster Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Hl:lYes Mrs. Evie Perry Mr. & Mrs. Vincent ·PelemeJll .Mrs. Eric Redfern George Ross Dr. &; Mrs. Edw.ard .C. V~ Mr. & Mrs. George Yo~ :Mr. lit Mrs. Adam 2;ych Anna .McG.urk .Mr.& Mrs. Alfred Normandin Hannah T.&; Mary E. P.o:we!' Fred Kelley Mr. &; Mrs. Armand .LalllgW & Jane Langis ' $20 Mr.. & Mrs. Harold K.HerI.il:y, Mr. & Mrs Timothy F. McCrohan Mr. & Mrs. Austin A. Ambrose Mr. & Mrs. Richard .J. Ma:n­ IiWng $1I.5 MY. & Mrs. William De::3em, .Mr..& Mrs. George Silva Mrs. Anne Dugan 9T. J<I)lHIN THE BAlPTIS'1l'

$150.00 hi memory of Charles F. Vm­ PII· $100 8t. Vineent de Paul $75.G10

Mr.

I/; Mrs. William McGmw ~50

Chndnmof St.J'chntbe Bap­ tbIt School JIIIr. &; :Mm. .Joseph C. DeMello ~i5

The Flores Family

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Calm

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Medeill'os

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LA"''RENOE

$125 Dr. & Mrs. StanleY Eoczem .$100 Dr.,'& ,l\ll;rs. James Bo1ton :Dr..& !Mrs. '\Villiam 'Walm

'Mr. A Mrs. Johlll:M.iHetre

Son

$li5 'Mr. & 'Mrs. John Beausol~ IlVlr. '& Mrs. Fergus Bolton, 110'11'. I; 'Mrs. Kenneth Burke, Mr. & }Vim. ·'f.heodore J. Calnan, Mrs. BeJj)oo jamin DePiro Mrs. James Doyle, Mr.·& :Mnt. 'William Field,. The Misses GouJ­ ·ding, Mr. ·&;Mrs. Robert Home, J\llr. & Mrs. Henry Hom

-Mr. & Mrs. Leonard JackimOCil Mr. '&; Mrs. John Lowney, Mr. &l iMrs: Edward Manley, Therelillll <Mesquita,'1V1r.·& Mrs. Emil Me»­ <Ilils,Genevieve ·O'Connor

1MI'. '&; Mrs. Joseph ForteI', illy. .& ,Mrs. James P. Quinn, Mr. • ·Mrs. Richard Sheldon, Mr. ,& 'Mn F-r.ancis Smith, Mrs: Leonan!! Whitehead ·Mr. &; Mrs. ,James:Buckley. :Katherine FaY,JMr. &; MFs. "Hugb 'Gililis, Mr. &; Mrs. Daniel 'Me­ ·Gl:ath, Mr. & Mrs. George ilk­

($20 1\1.>ir..& ,Mrs. :Antonio Gonsalves Mr. ,& :Mrs. Leo Fredette 'Mr. :& .Mrs. Georges Girard

ST. B01\']FAITE·

$25· . Mr.&;Mrs. Richard :3.aymon(J Mr. & Mrs. John Robak. .Mr. ,& Mrs. 'William Golda Mr. ,& "Mrs. F.rank Kule~ &;.

$100 Lemieux Plumbing & Inc.

$25 'JIb. :& Mrs, Antonio Lemieux

&; Mrs. Stanley Schick

$150 Franciscan F.athers OF.M, oConv $&5 :Mr. & 'Mr. Charles ·Gou!an

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George &; KmIle MOJ'IIIil

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;GEORGE BIDrOK

.C Y (0 iM:eetins 'T(oHea:r ,Ridick Geo:r:ge Ridlick, outstand­

1iIl.g student and athlete at Assu:m;ption .Gon~ge, :Worces­ ter, will be ikeynote speaker ,at the CYO convention to be held at Cathedral Camp Satur­ day and Sunday. A philosophy major planning to study for the priesthood, he is top student in the senior class and has attained unusual honors in athletics.Captain.of fihe hasketball ·team for the past two seasons, he was ,named ·to .the 'second team in the All-American college division in a pon :of ·!tBO coaches, ;and to the :first All-New England team. Other .honors were UP! .and AF ~"'New England second .teams, NCAA Northeast Regional .1MI­ ·Sta:rs,. and .aspecial recQgnition award presented by the New England ;Sportscasters Associa­ 'tion. A member of tile basketball team for three years, Ridick obroE;e into the "lOOO-Point Club" and holds down secood place with a iotal of 1217 in 78 games­ for an average of 15.6. :$25 Mr. &; Mrs, ,John Fernandes Mrs. Eva S,yilvia Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Cebral Mr. &; Mrs. ,Gilbert Ferreira Mr. William J. Ferreira Marion Freitas .John F. Gracia "$20 Dr. &; Mrs. Norbert Fraga, :Mr. & MIs. Serafim E. Mello. $15 Mr..'& Mrs. Joseph 'Baptista Sr., ;Helena Bartholo, Mary Barton, Mr. ,&; Mrs..J.oseph C.Ferreira, Mr..& Mrs. Antonio F. ·Gracia, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Jason Jr. Mr. &; Mrs. Le.wis McDonald, Marie Souza, Mr. &; Mrs. .lames Sylvia, Alice Fagan, Mr. & MYs. Joseph Pedroso, Mrs. Mary Scbusner.

Teresa, ·:auth, John Iiar-ney Mr. ,j!!z: !Mrs. ,(John {S. "O'Bom:lte lMr.:& lMTs. Robert Taber "$4.0 ~Mrs.

Ann O'Connor 'Mrs. 'Mary B.· Wheaton '$30 A Friend Mr. &; Mrs. August Medi'liFe8 Mr. &; .Mrs. ;William Reed Mr. & Mrs. James S. Sheerin

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>Mr. & 'Mrs. Leo Poisson, .Mr. I; lMrs. Wm. Quinlan. Mr. -&; ::Mnl. 1R~:rmond 'Rivard, Mr.&; 'Mm .JIloseph Rivet, I'Jrrs. Annie n~. -erick. iMr.& Ml'S. Robert Shea, ~Ir. & Mrs. Primo Tarini, ':Mrs. Patrl­ cia Tracey.

$2.7

'Mr. &; ·Mrs. Thomas SulHvan $25 ,Mr.,&; Mrs. E. T.Balboni \M:r.•o&; ,Mrs. Charles Berry In Memoryo£ Philippe Galipeau Mr. & 'Mrs. John Connor :Agnes Driscoll ,Mr. '& ,Mrs. ;Joseph KeHeher Mr. f& 'Mrs. Walter Loveridge .& Family Mr. & ;Mrs.James iMcCarthy .k 'F·rances

'Mr. !&; 'Mrs. Wflliam ·McMahon The Meggison Family Mr. & Mrs. Paul Saundeys Mr. &; .Mrs. JohV Tweedie Elizabeth Callahan Mr. &; Mrs. Francis H, De'f.erYa .& FamilY. .Mr. '&;·Mrs. Wm.Harding

Mr. ·&;Mrs. ·Milton Healy

Victor T. Kondi :Mr. ,&;·Mrs. Albert ::McMll:Hoo A ..J. Morris Mr.,&.Mrs. Henry Perry Mr. &; Mrs, Aslak Tobiassen Mrs. ·Nora' Toczolowski .'Mr. &; Mrs. ·Wm. Whalen

ST. .JOSEPH $50

Mr. i& Mrs. Arthur Jansoo

625 A Friend

'Maurice Charette Mr. & 'Mrs. George Cote Mr. &; Mrs. Maurice ·Deshaies lMr.·&Mrs. Boger Gagnier 'Mr. ,&; 'Mrs. lJohn Green

1MI'. :&: Mrs. 'Maurice Lavallee ·Mr. &; Mrs. Louis Leblane Mr. & Mrs. Laurier Marcoux {Mr. '& ,Mrs. Raymond Meth~ .Mr. &; Mrs. Alfred Sylvia :Ill. IMr. & Mrs. StfU)hen Yates

':Mr. '&; ·Mrs. Arcade MarCOm!:

:$24 .Mr. &; Mrs. Raymond RondeaIB ,$20

!:Mr. &; Mrs. Ernest Bernier, !Mr. ;&, Mrs. Ernest DQPont, Mr &Mm :Armand;Lafond, Mr. & Mrs Jalm Lt~os

SIS

$20

.Mrs. .Patrick Carn~y.& Fr2:rJ1cDll <l1Dr. ;&Mrs. Gerald Carrier Patricia ,Connor !Mr. i&; ,Mrs. Leon Poyant ·Mr. ,&; Mrs. Daniel ,Driscoll Mr. ,& Mrs. Richard .Enos Gaor.get:own Grant ·Mr.·& ·Mrs. Karl Halversen .Mr. ,& . Mrs. Frederick Kelley, "WASHINGTON (NC )-GeoI',;e. Mr. 0& Mrs. Arthur Kirkwood, ¢own University has been .l1Ward­ Mary McCusker; Albert Smith, . <w,a '$UJ5:000 ·grant for expansiolil .Mr. ,& Mrs. John Sullivan, Mrs. ,«:If its 'computer 'facility ,by the .Edith .J.Tbatcher 'Natiomil 'Science Foundation. Mr. & Mrs. Albert Fisher, 'iIDbe ·'funds lWin ,be used mainly Michael ,O'Reilly, Mr. b. <MES. ,1;() ·,replace present facllitiesat ·the u· . 'lersity's computation ,cen­ Char.lesTouhey. 'ter\wiih a ,much larger and fastelr .$omputer.

Mi~higan

'See p:rans Develo.pme.nt (Fundi

SAGINAW (NC)~A develop­ ment fund will be established in the Saginaw Diocese next year ST: FiitANCIlSOJF ASSllSll through It special yearly assess­ ment on all parishes. $15 The func is expected to raise Carmela DiStefano ·2nadditional $300,000 annually. ST. JlHLnAN The assessment if' ·necessary to $25 . keep the diocese on sound finan­ Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Oliveirn cial grounds. . At the recommendation of the ST. 'MARY • $25 diocesan ·school board, tuition 'Jiornon-parlsh students in Cath­ Mr. & Mrs. Roger Goyette 'olic high schools has been raised The Shea Family '10 '$200 a 'Year. A school wishiJjg ,to charge more may petition the ·diocesan school board for such permission. YAKIMA (NG) -Bishop ~t>­ nlleph P. Dougherty has launched Consultors and - deans ha,V'C .an ,adult education .prQgram iDr._ recommended that Bishop Ste­ '1he Yakima diocese here illl the phen S. Woznicki of Saginaw.qp­ ,State ,of Washi.qgton. He said that ipoint a salary committee -to in­ the primary objective dfthe Pl1'O- vestigate ,the complex problems . gram will be to provide adult :0£ stipends and .priest salaries. .Catholics with a mature undeJi"­ As a temporary meaSUl'e, .aU

standing of .the faith in the ligM priest salaries will be increased

:Af the Second VaticanCoWlcil. by.$lOO a month, starting in Jwy.

Adult :Education

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'ANCHOR-'S 1967 ;"Rurs., M oy 2 ,

$15 :Mr. &: Mrs. Louis V;::udry Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Begnoche

$2&

RaYJJl()nd Limn, til!'. ~ Mn!.

Elmer Paul, Mr. .& Mi'S. Joseph Rita, Mr. &; Mrs. Lyman Wilbur $15 Kathleen Downey, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Fonseca, .Mr. -&M:fll. .Jobn Mills .

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1J%tr Mrs. Vivian Wegrz~'nialr A Friend $15 Mrs. Gertrude O'Cannell Mr, & Mrs. Anthony Arruda

'$50 6fT. & Mrs. Alfred ,J. D€ n enult

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Fa'l". R,iver" '

THE ANCHOR~Diocese of Fall River-Thurs., May 25,1967 ­

00. PETER & PAUlL $100 lRlose ,L. Sullivan ' $35 ' 'i1'he Daly Family $30 lltlFs. Thomas Cahin f:k l3 Thomas H. Cahill Jy.

in the church hall. Mrs. Raymond Melanson is chairman.

mrO'lLW TRnNllTY" "WEST lHlA.)R.WllClHl

A fashion show entitled "Sum- , mer Fashions" will be presented' tmder the sponsorship of the Ladies Association of the Sacred Hearts on Saturday afternoon,

_ May 27 in,the church auditorium.

A door prize will be awarded

", 'and a buffet of fancy desserts with coffee will be served. , Mrs. John McCabe, chairman -.f the ways and means commit­ tee, will be assisted by co.,chair­ man o( tickets. Mrs. ,Robert E. Gnow will be eommentor while ,Mrs.' Fred W. Smythe will serve 118 accompanist. Parishioners will serve as 'models.

ST. :MA\RY'S C~TlHlEDRAlL,

lFAlLlL RIVER

The installation banquet of the Women's Guild will be held on Monday night, June 5 at White's Restaurant. All reservations must be made by Tuesday', May 29, w~th Miss Rita O'Loughlin or Miss Helen Kenney. A bus will be available for, transportation.

$20

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H.,:Boot1\! Sr. &, William Booth Joseph Boyer $15 Mark Ben Anne Marie Nurray , Mr. & Mrs. George Gregof3lt ;Mr. & Mrs. Florian Trudene.

HOLY GHOST, AT'l'~EIRORO

Following a 6:30 Mass on, Thursday evening, June 1 the members of the Women's Guild will convene in the parish hall for a Communion supper. Officers to be installed at this mee~ing are: Mrs. Mary Travers, preSIdent; Mrs. Edna Lewis, vice-president; Mrs. Mary Bul­ l~, secretary; Mrs. Pauline Ellis, treasurer. "

ft. MARY, " NEW 'BEDFORD CCD members will sponsor a , 'ba!iquet and dance Saturday -' Bight, June 3 at the school hall en Illinois Street. The meal be served at 6:'30 and dancing will follow from 8 to midnight With music by Joe Ponte and his ST. JJOllllN BAPTIST, , orchestra. Tickets are available - CENTRAL ,VlIILLAGE 'f!om ' Mrs., Manuel <::ardoza, The Ladies Guild will hold in­ " ehairman, and all parishioners stallation ceremonies in the .. ere invited to attend. church at 7 Thursday night, June' 8~ A banquet will follow at ST. STANISLAUS, White's restaurant. Reservations FALL RIVER should be made by Monday, June The new school and parish 5 with Mrs. Sally Baldwin. To eenter ,will be open for inspec- ' be seated are ,Mrs. Antone De­ tion from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Sun­ Costa, presiderit; Mrs. Alfred day afternoon and evening, May Azevedo, rice-president; Mrs. lB. John Murley, treasurer; Mrs. Thomas Moriarty, secretary. On ST. JEAN BAPTISTE, the board of directors 'will be' FALL RIVER

The Council of Catholic Women Mrs. Clarence Kirby, Mrs. Alston announces a Maybasket whist Potter Jr., and Mrs. Tobias Flem­ . 6K' 7:30 Saturday night, May 27 ing.

will

$25'

, ,William Daley & Mary Estha' Daley lVlr. & MrS. J. Edward Glyn1ll Mr. & Mrs. William Lomax In Memory of Catherine m. Lowney" Mr. & Mrs. William Patten Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Slater 'T)rrrell's Market'

Experimental Thea'tre Blackfriars Founded by Dominican Priests , .: Continue 'Off"Broadway' Proet,u~tiQlis:' , NEVr YORK (NC)-A'pair of insight, ,it 'also affords actors

..reach~n'g

, ST., MICHAEL

$100 Rev. Luciano J. Pereira Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert OliveiJla $30 Mr. & Mrs. Ge,rald H. Silvia $25

Anonymous ,Mr. & Mrs. Robert E.. Cray Mr. & Mrs. Henry Letendre Atty & Mrs Manuel M RezendeeJ Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Correia Mr. & Mrs. Gerald MUlroonew Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Rosa Mr. & Mrs. J080 D. Aguiar August & Agnes Curl AnonymoliS

SENIOR OFF:B:CERS : Senior class officers at Coyle High School, Taunton, are, from left, Harold Cromwell, secretary; William Mansfield, president; Michael MurphYg vice-president; Kirk Shaw, treasurer.

'faH River 8'1'. ANTHONY OF PADUA $200 ,

Rev. Laureano C. dos Reis , $100 Rev. Joseph M.Ferreira ' $50

Atty. & Mrs. Milton Silva Mrs. Mary L. Silva & Silva Funeral Home Dr. Othilia Vieira Petrone $25 Mr. & Mrs: Ernest Ladeira Mrs. Sofia Pacheco & Dau~ ,

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$15

SANTO ,CHRISTO

$20

$1000 Rev. Arthur C. dos Reis

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Mr. & Mrs. ManuelL. earrei&e $15 llIr. & Mrs. John R. eavanaup Jr., Manuel Dias, Mr. & Mrs. Mariuel N. Arruda,Alic:e Weems, Leo Schenck Manuel Perry, Angelo Stavros, ".Iheresa M. Fonseca, John H. Cao-,

, $35' John Brilhante $25 Alfred L. Campos John F. Victor $li Alfred Carreiro, Joaquim Ma­ ehado, Daniel Castanho, Jesse C.arvalho, Man u e 1 :Marques Matias., , ' Antone Dias, l!idward <::amara.

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BLOO~INGTON (He) ~ f~r a Catholic: parish to

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serw the student communitj at Ind&­ aDa "University here'''has ~ned by ArchbishOP paUl ~lte, of In~ianaPQ~ "

bee.

Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. CabraB friars concluded the directors' and technicians ~ , , .- iltage' could ,be ,mor;eeffective opportunity to practiCe their a~

'cHICAGO (NC)-Papal, Vol­ ST. ELIZABETH' Chan'the pulpit m guiding 90- ' 'Dif~icult- to ,Finance,"

anteers for, Latin America would ' . ,$150 , , , etety. -If took some daring an!! ' .

~ a more effective orgaiiizatiOll' Rev. Joao de Medeiros IiOme years' to~do something In ,recent ,years, however, it it ,it concentrated OD 'health and $50 abOut it _' but they did. ,has become much more difficult education programs, David Shea, ,Father 'Thomas Carey, O.P~,. to finance such an op~ration as '" Joseph Rodrigues a. former national secretary of I $25 Providence College alumnus, and the guild. When Blackfriars the group and now a University Manuel S. Borges the late Father Urban, Nagle, . starte4 in New York in' 1940, ' there were ,only a half dozen of Chicago graduate student, has $15 G.P., in 1931' obtained permis- "off Broadway" theaters. told members of the group's na­ Evangelina Furtado, Daniel tional planning commission. He Ilion to found the Bla'ckfriars' CITIES SERVICE Cktil(l in Washington, D. C. Six Today, there are more than 100 Araujo. feels objectives and procedures ' , years .later Father' Carey began ,such ventures-all looking for a DISTRIBUTORS St. Vincent de Paul Society of the group should be simpU.,. the Blackfriars' Institute of Dra- theater to call home. This has fled. matic Arts at the Catholic Uni- put a premiUM on little theaters Gasoline O'Shea said that PAVLA ' versity of America-which noW in the city. But hard-working PalTBslhes to Merge workers in 'Latin :American Is the university's 'widely ac- and intense, Father Carey has Fuel and Range health and education projects . elaimed . speech and, drama de- held on to his dream these 21 Two Grade Schools have accomplished' more than partment. ' years despite many obstacles.' 'ST. CLOUD (NC)-Holy An­ ,those assigned to orphanages, In 1940 both priests came here In an era when experimental gels grade school will be merged eredit unions, agricultural coop­ OIL BURNERS to the heart of the theatrical theater isn't exacly prospering with St. Mary's Cathedral grade ,eratives, housing projects' and world, bent -'1 establishing what , he has managed to not only keep school here in Minnesota begin­ the like. ' , For , Prompt Deliv~F)' Bow iu considered to be the only it going but to keep it one of,the ning iu September, it was an­ & Day & Night Service f'J.~' lie experimenta', theater in busiest in New Yor~-able only I\ounced by Coadjutor 'Bishop the world. flo present about five per cent of George H. Speltz of St. Cloud. Diversified Presentations its applicants. 'Enrollment of St. Mary's stuG•. E. BOILER BURNER UNITS In the ensuing ,yf;;. more PRan H";'me for' e'd ,dents for the 1967-68 school year ONE STOP Rural ~ltIeci Gas Service than 60 original plays have b e e n . . . . :was aQticipated to be less than SHOPPING CENTER ·cane S."lIo' e ·' 70 students, a 40 per cent decline

th e guild .' The On Hurr. produced II 6t COHANNET S1. Blac'-~riars'b y tage at 320, West

in the past two years. The stu- ' • Television • Grocery

• Appliances _ Furniture lft'th St: is open to the efforts

NEW ORLEANS (-NC) -:. The den': can be absorbed by Holy

TAUNTON ~ any playwright whose work site of Holy Redeemer church" 'Angels school without any staff Attleboro -",No- AttleboNt 104 AVlen St., New, Bedford , ean meet the guild's artistic and destroyed by Hurricane Betsy in, additions, heavy teacher load or

Taunton Co 997-9354 ' lPiritual specifications. In the 1965, will be lised for a lO-story excessive class size, Bishop,

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In Close, Exciting Finishes, Case High 01. Swansea hu captured the Narragansett Ba8eball League ehampiouhip with still one game re­ maining on the schedule, ~, three otheJl' leauues located withia the confines of tJbe diocese wiD determine their

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louis RapOzo of New Bedford

8MTI Infielder 'lDigger'

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Science Fair- 'Winner to Attend Fmying School

BY JOE MIRANDA

tIf1e in. J966-6'7"':"17eehan, 1001­ Louis Rapozo Jr. of New BeclI­ ball; Durfee, basketball and ford, a former science fair win­ Coyle, track. ner, is a good student and start­

Tense _d Tight ing second baseman on the base­

m title, and, another shot 2t the Coach Mike. Georg~'s diamond- ball team at the Southeastem

eonference ehampionship. Both men may oblig~ th~lr followers, Massachusetts Technological In­

Oliver Ames Of and, 11 they do, It WIll be because stitute in Darmouth.

Nor t b Easton of their own doings, not with A junior, ·Lou has been playing

o n d' Mansfield the help of, any other league in organized bilseball programs

have been elimmember. The Tigers travel to for 11 years, and is an important

in ted ill' 0 m New Be(Jford Vocational mindful cog in coach Harry (Mic) Con­

eo~tention ff. o:r of Coach -Bill Norton' Artisans' nolly's infield this seaso':J.

Hockomock loop upset over Coyle last week. They st. Kilian's Parishioner

honors. Coach' de~ermin«;d t~at "lightning WO?'t Lou, the only son of Mr. and

Jack McCarthY'1I stnke twIce. most crucI~l Mrs. LouiS' Rapozo of 188 Belle­

CBSfa Cardinals game today WIU be played m ville Road, is 21:'years' old, five

h'a ve outdisTaunton where the Coyle War- feet, seven inche!? tall and

taDced Somerset riors host Feehan. Both clubs weighs 135 pounds. He is a mem­

in the race for Peter' are within striking. dist~~e of ber of St. Kilian's Parish in New ,

'Narry laurels Bartelt Taunton. A loss Will elImmate Bedford. and hold 0 two game advantage the conquered fro~ the r~ce. A graduate of New Bedford going into today's game against Coach Joe LeWIS has hiS Dur- JH[igh, Lou attended Abraham the Raiders. fee ,team primed an~ rea~y to Lincoln Grammar School and Pete Landock leading Nai'1')" play the role of spOIler WIth D Normandin Junior High, where

burler (7-0) ba~ been the main- fllim cl\ance of tying for another as an eighth grader he was

otay the Cardinal's pitching baseball championship. The .HiJl­ awarded first place in the science

staff all season. The champion- toppers, who oppose Bishop fair competition for his project

obip 1tl the result of an over-all . Stang in North Dartmouth to­ on space aviation. .

team effort. Timely hitting.by day, have a more important en­ Rapozo's life long ambition bas

Larry Abbruzzl, Tom Blakey snell gagement. tomorrow in Fa~l been to become a pilot and be

Wayne Chase along with key de- River.. This replay. of ,~urfee II has been accepted at the Naval

fensive plays has brought Case tie WIth Taunton In t~e first Flying School, which he wm

its second league trophy of ~ game Of, the ,~e~son Will un- enter upon graduation !!rom

doubtedly year. . I detemune the county SMTI in 1968. , Eveu, though: the " Cardinal:! champlOJ.!' ' .' I , Has 2.8 Average have wrapped up. the title, Roundmg' out today's action, A textiles major; Lou is pres­ today'll ,game with Somerset i!J rival~ A~tlebo~oand North At~le­ ently carrying a '2.8 average ~d meaningful because of the in- boro wIn clash .Oil the Red att~nding SMTI on a f!Jll schol­ tense rivalry between the neigh- Rocketeers home f~eld.. arship, the City of New Bedford boring schools and the pride cd DoWlil to the WIre ~cholarship, presented annually the new champions. In addition The Capeway Conference has 'to a top senior in the New Bed­ to Case at Somerset, final league experienced an e~trem~ly sue­ lIord area. aetion finds Seekonk at Dighton, <ee~?l premiere With stiH com­ Baseball coach and atbletic Loins RAPOZO, JR. Prevost at Diman Vocational and petition right'to' the very end.. director, Harold (Mic) Connol­ Westport at ,Holy Family in New " The' docket for the curtain Bedford. ' , doser lists Barnstable' at Ware:- , ly, of S M T I terms RaPQzo gailling, praise for his hustle and, Beason at the helm of the Crim­ D' "real digger," 'Ill baseball eJ[­ 4ilesire. lIOn in the Bi-State League. 1'4 Taunton ,Eyes Flag . ham,' Dartm'outb' 'at .Boun,te, The Rapozo baSeball '.story 53 junior Lou played in the £01'­ "Upsets, ,extr'Q-:inniog '~ontesbl. Dennis-Yarmouth at Fairhaven, 'pression meaning that he always pitching" duelll 'slugging' ~ntesU! and Old Rochester at Falmouth. bustles and plays hard,through- , l!Itar:ted ,way back when Lou 00- ward line for former r'lentoJr out every' game. , ' , ,an hiil Little Leag\le'c#eefat' Dick Carreiro. ' and nerV~ r~cking:'l~ "innin, . Norton M!',Jdng ~id Rapozo has" real gOOd powll'n' ' 'age"IO. 'In 1958, be finIshed LL' Umpires Too ' : ralU'e!i ~~,:,e: ~r( 'every, day. oe-, ,:_ ,Norton ~, o~ ,the ,r~~d tOJJl()r­ IilBld .hits well, Connolly !!aiC!;' days' J and 'was' 'presented the' Rapozo has earned three: WCCeli' eurrenceS in the dose BriStol 'NW in Us 'I'ri-Valley League edding that' because of injuria SportSmanship' Award in hohot letterS playing for SMT,} , as Il County pennant.light. What bu tUssles against Medway, 'hopefu~ to oth~r players ~ou, has filled irl oj[ bis efforts by the ,New Bed- . lItarting outside" right sin~e his been resolved? Nothing! :thaUt'1rill.eontinue'its winning lit shortstop, 'third base and 'm Jerd Little League.. '" "freshman 'year. 'In soccer,' ;Jou ill Sqneaker Nearing End " , ways'and repeat as', DiVision B abe outfield; but he is our regu­ ,Pony World Series , II 'tnlented performer, wh·. posThe senior circuit is presently' :Beader. The' "Lancers; 'cu~rently Jar second baseman:' , The . folloWing ,two ,,:seasons,' sesses the ability to set up scorell locked up in one of the tighest ' tlportinga' iO-2' record, will meet Rapozo: turned his talents to' the with excellent cross kick': from Connolly summed up his ap­ Faces ever witllesse~ by league Hollistorion foreiiii:! 'soil on Mon­ Pony; League, being a,.. member either side.' " praisal of Rapozo by stating, LoG followers. Going into today'. ,day in a 'giune which will prob­ Rapozo's hobbies inc l u d e bas a very good attitude, is ag­ of ,two championship teams and games, the last of the regular IIbly decide the' divisional rep­ was chosen on the.loop's All-Star BWimming and sailing ant' he i!J gressive and ve;,.yinterestecl m season, three clubs are battlinc resentative for l.heleague cham­ team" which represented New employed by the State as a Ie­ llIthle.tics. ' for the crown and one still clin8ll 'pionship contest on' June 1. Bedford in the Elks sponsored borer during the Sl"lnmel1' Also Pla.ys Soccer io that last bit of hope. Taunton, 'l!'he Trl- Valley loop is oom­ Pony League World Series in months. This year, Lou ~iJl be Rapozo was also 11 member elf Washington, Pa. Msgr. Coyle of Taunton and posed of 11 teams, all north all in the infield when EdwardD Bishop Feehan of Attleboro l1lfe Norton. Each team plays' the coach Arnie Oliver's soccer team During the 1961-62 seasons, takes the diamond in the New­ within II game Qf each other. members of its division twice ~his se,ason,performing lII:!l ;m Rapozo was prominent in the port Sunset League. Durfee High of Fall River is II and members of' the other divi- Outside right, 11 position Loa Colt League of New Bedford, 00- 'The SMTI student eal'Df# . Illim game and one-half behind. clon once during the regular sea- played for two seasons m New illlg a member of the pennant spendinc monies by offi( iatin(/ Bedford High. Sentimentalists are rooting 1l0\T' BOn. The league champion is de­ Lou played second base fer winning Braves as a rookie and basketball and baseball games hll Taunton to win its first cham- vided when 'the divisional wffi­ ~e champion Dodgers, in' hill the New Bedford area. , New Bedford High for three sea­ pionship in many a year and to iilers meet iii. the "championship give the Bristol County League game." . sons under former coach, Charley , final campaign. While in high ochool, Lou ,"' • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • m<> Luchetti and had a respectable different, "champs" in each of Rockomock Circuit the four major sports this s c h o l - . ' . batting 'average, while &lWIll)'1l lJl!)ent his Summers .perfol'Il1ing ,astic year. Each of the other OlIver Ames and .Mansfield a~ with New Bedford in ,the Zone three have already copped One wt of the run~ing ln, the Hocke; Nine American Legion Baseball J mock League where Frankhn League as a second baseman and Excavating DllJd Sharon 'llrretied for first ~ bill Winters -playing, with ,St. place. Coach Robert "Buddy" Kilians in the CYO Senior Bas­ Contractors Wooster of Oliver Ames Mel ST. PAUL (N<;)~Elementary hetball League at Kennedy Me:­ II Coach Bill' Sullivan' are under­ and secondary schOOl enrollment morial Center. 9 CROSS ST;, FAIRHAVEN II lrian~ably disappointed OVei' CHICAGO (NC) - Auxiliary .. for the. St. Paul-Minneapollil In soccer, Rapozo led New ~ Bishop ~ward E. Swanstrom at! tllleir teams' lack-lustre showiJIg , archdiocese in 1966.-67 showed II Bedford with nine gQals as 1Il WYman 2-4862. II New York reported em the m the league. Both have higb 3.33 per cent drop, from the flenior, coach Ray Oliver's fiist ~~

world-wide aid program of the praise for individual members o~ 1965-66 school year, following 11 tlbeir aggregations. Catholic Relief Services. Be «me per cent decrease in each GI!'I , mentione": that 325,000 tons of Coach Wooster feels he bas 1lllle' :> previous years. ' food, clothing and medicine val-. three of the outstanding players Statistics released by the st. ued at $80,250,000 had been eli&­ 1m the circuit but did not bave Paul - Minneapolis archdiocesllm tributed to 74 countries 'durinzg tile overanl ,balance to challenge bureau of education show a drop the past ~·ear. Jlor the crown. Third baseman i elementary enrollment 1m all Tom Clay was virtually impos­ PLAN YOUR It was estimated that one miA­ parts of e'e archdiocese, for an llion people in South Vietnam tdble to get out as he hit at an average 4.28 per cent decrease. and 350,000 illJ India have beeiill mcredible .470. The Tigers alSo Seccndary s c h 001 enrollment bad two other boys :who hit over dropped less than a half of one fed and maintained by means d Special i'tatesto School and Parish Groups

these supplies. It was also .300, catcher Bob Bridge and r cent. However, .th~ drop took first baseman Rich Meehan. pointed out that CRS, like the place despite the opening 4li1 III /FOil' Best Dotes For Your Picnic, Outing' or Clambakfl

Red Cll'OSS, as beneficiaries of At 'Mansfield, Coach Sullivan new high school with a freshman CONYACT MANAGER· at lI.incoln Par!!

federal Bupplles, is prohibited by echoes Wooster's oentimenta and cl.a!'~ of 171 and the addition of1 Jaw from distributing such aup­ Dilngles out pItcher Jack Souzo 1m 11th grade at Mother !lBigb Phone '~99·6984 or 636-2744 . ,1 ••. , plJe:J m North Vietnam. 1m' Q particulaJrly tine .reasollll. lJChool

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~;,f~~t~:i~ ENJOY SONGFES1': After day of work and study; LaSalette Brothers relax with guitarist Brother Arthur. Beside him, left to right, are Brother Albert and Brother Damien; standing, Brother DaminE;l, John Thibel't, Brother James, Brother John-Robert and, Brother Philip.

Religious Seminarian Sillging Group To Be Heard' in Fall, River, Dennis Three Diocesan young meri, along with two others from New England and a sixth ,from Canada, are working hard to become priests but at the same time they're 'a swing­ .ing, fiIiger-smipping group., They call them,:,:;elves :the A-Men. The A-Men are five La Sa­ lettes and one Oblate seminarian. They are studying for the priesthood at the University of Ottawa in Canada. The moral platitudes, but a way of Lady of the Cape Pal'ish Hall in La Salettes include Brothers life in which everyone can take Dennis on Saturday night, 'June ,Andre, Patenaude, son, of part. They are out to show peo­ 3. Both performances will st~rt Mrs. Jeanette Patenaude of pIe of every color, class and at 8.

395 Chicago Street and St. Jean background 'a way of life filled Baptiste parish; Brother Richard with a giant purpose of building Labonte, son of Mrs. Rose La­ a better world for everyone. a y bonte of 114 Earle Street and Their music not only' has the big Continued, from Page One Notre Dame parish, both in Fall beat, but also the big idea that "The biggest problem' is to River. we are goi'ng somewhere, that provide a Catholic education for, Bro,ther Maurice Charbonneau we're on the move to build a OUR LADY OF IlIEAJLTlBI all. If we'd put our money ane' of 2043 Acushnet Avenue and world that works. $25

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land Land'ry, Central Falls, R. L, steel, but by an explosion, a John George and Brother Roland Nadeau, thunderstorm of the human heart. all." Attitllde of Life , Pittsfield, Mass. They believe that "joy in living H()lLY ROSARY The Oblate among them is can be had today, because fl'ieild­ , Lee told the symposium that $15 Brother Leo Boudreau from New ship, love and brotherhood is Catholic schools should conceR­ Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Barresi Brunswick, Canada, whose' 'rela­ belief in peoplehood." trate on their students' learning You too can be part of their religion-"having an attitude of . lllUMACUlLATIE CONCEniION . tives live in Fairhaven. happy world by joining with life from a religious perspective." Varied Rep,!ll'toire $25 <them in The A-Men Sing-Outs He added that adult education Mrs. Diolinda Wilson Brother Patenaude formed the to be held Wednesday night, May is perhaps the most neglected group three years ago. They have 31 in St. Anne's Hall, Foi'est $15 form of education and that the Edward Hennessey sung at all types of fund raising Street, Fall River and at Our Church , must make educational ST. JOSEPlBI benefits and have appeared as prOVIsions for the parents. . $100 guest artists in Ottawa and "There must be structures to Detroit See Builds ' Capt. & Mrs. Joseph O'Connell Montreal. teach these parents how they $50 '~ Their repertoire ranges from themselves can lead a better Housing Allen J. McDermott ' rhythmical folk-rock to the Christian life * * * Forming par­ DETROIT (NC)~The Detroit Atty. Frank·M. Silvia "oldies but goodies" they love to ents is pel'haps the best way to archdiocese has received a $203,­ . $30 sil'1g, plus 'many of their own teach childr :l better ways of at­ 000 U. S. grant for a project de­ Mr. & Mrs: Joseph O'Connell compositions. signed to slash home builditig titudes and actions," he added. .Jr. The A-men have a song out costs up to 40 per cent. $25 that can be heard on local radio Sev:nteen units of the' new I) Mr. & Mrs. James Downey stations. It is called "Come Along housing, called Phoenix Homes, Douglas C. 'Law To This Land!" and is taken will be constructed this year on St. Joseph's Men's Club from Psalm 121, which they try scattered sites on Detroit's near S1. Joseph'sWomen's Guild to make 'meaningful for men of , ,east [~de. The' homes will" be In Memory of Commander today. sold to neighbors. Target price John Joseph Shea The "A-Men" detect a hunger (f a thr'e bedroom home will be, Mr. & Mrs. William Steele for great aims and great living a. 10" 's $6,800, plus land cosis. $20

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