New Attack On Birth Law BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER
Opens High Court Fight
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (NO — year-old law to be constitutional. AliifL JthsL Jba&t #OJL fa&A.
A legal attack on the constitu- Last June 19, the U.S. Su-
tionality of Connecticut's anti- preme Court declined to rule
birth control law has begun the on the law's constitutionality,
long climb back to the U. S. Su- saying that it is "dead words" MIXED
preme Court. ignored by the state and its
As they had hoped, two top residents. ' Vi BO.
officials of the Planned Par- In the wake of the high court's RIVER
enthood League of Connecticut action, Planned Parenthood set
were convicted by Circuit out to make the state enforce the
Court Judge J. Robert Lacey • law and to carry the issue back
here of dispensing advice on to the Supreme Court. A birth
the use of contraceptives. Price Includes Express
control clinic was opened here
A fine of $100 was given to and Mrs. Griswold and Dr. Bux-
both Dr. C. Lee Buxton, 47, a ton were arrested.
Yale University professor of ob-
stetrics and medical director of
The controversial law, which CITRUS IS OUR
prohibits the practice of arti-
the league, and Mrs. Richard W.
Griswold, 61, the league's execu-
tive director. Their attorney said
ficial birth control and the dis-
pensing of devices and infor- ONLY BUSINESS
mation on their use, have been
an appeal will be made to a a focal point in recent years
N.C. Photo higher court. of numerous discussions on
THE PILOT is a priest. Father (Capt.) Frederick J. McTernan Judge Lacey held the 83- whether the state should at-
is shown preparing for a solo flight from the air field at Fort tempt to "legislate morality."
Sill, Okla., where he is a chaplain. Father McTernan has qualified
himself for a pilot's license which enables him to fly passengers. The law was adopted 83 years
ago by an overwhelmingly
Lay Leaders Protestant legislature at a time 13th Aye. and N.W. 22nd St.
when Protestant' morality gener- (Wholesale Market) T e l . FR 4 - 6 1 9 1
A Shorter Week No Solution '.* Will Convene ally held artificial birth control
WASHINGTON (NO — Lead-
To Job Crises/Expert Says ers of Catholicallmen's organi-
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ST. LOUIS (NO — A shorter thrown out of work, is to pro- nation will gather here Jan.
work week will "do very little" vide opportunities for retrain- 18 to 21 to discuss "The Crisis
to help solve the .mounting un- ing." in Lay Leadership."
employment problems caused
"Youngsters who graduate The National Council of Cath-
by automation, a priest-labor
from school today have got to olic Men said delegates will be
arbitrator said here.
be trained," he said. "If the presidents of diocesan councils
Father Leo C. Brown, S.J., kids who graduate from of Catholic men and of national
head of the Institute of Social schools can't even handle organizations for Catholic men.
Order at St. Louis University, fractions, how in the world
are they going to handle the . The NCCM said it will form-
said that a shorter work week
could actually result in great- intricate diagrams the jobs in ally introduce its new "parish A Specialty of T h e House . . .
leaders course" at the session.
er unemployment for some
industry require today?" he
asked. The course is designed to be
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easily as the male." many of the youngsters who
date steadily in high school.
Father Brown acknowledged
t h e r e was a paradox of
mounting unemployment oc-
curring while the overall em-
ployment in the nation was
"What will happen is that
they will get married, and they
won't finish high school," he
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Father Brown said the prob-
lems caused by automation had
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OF U.S. Aid To Cuban Refugee
Survey Of Construction Here UNITY
Children Is Discriminatory
Reflects Vitality Of Church (Reprinted from Ave Mafia, National Catholic Weekly)
The exact progress of the Church can be estimated only - In Florida today, mostly in . be extended to cover Cuban chil-
by the number of saints she is producing, the number of souls Dade County, are about 80,000 dren in parochial schools. Abra-
she is conducting to heaven. After all this is her primary mission. Cuban men, women and chil- ham Ribicoff, Secretary of
But since grace is an invisible reality and the kingdom of a single dren who have fled Castro's re- Health, Education and Welfare,
soul contains more hidden mysteries than outer space, we can gime. The presence of these ref- in announcing the public-school
never know precisely how successful the Church is in fulfilling ugees is creating a number of grants, admitted that "it was
her divinely given mission. intense problems. fully recognized that the paro-
However, there are always certain unmistakable signs chial school system o^ ami
In a statement to a Senate
indicating her vitality and growth. And in this issue of The was suffering a very ..vere
investigating committee, Bish-
Voice, we have a remarkable chart of the progress of the burden." William Mitchell, di-
op Coleman F. Carroll of Mi-
Church in the Diocese of Miami in the past three years. rector of federal Cuban refu-
Here is a record surely that leaves little doubt that the bless- gee relief efforts, expressed the
ing of God has been upon our diocese. Here the measuring "The fact that at least 90 same sentiment but said that
rod of material expansion suggests' and underlines the per cent of these people are aid was refused because: "The
enormous effect the Church is having on this community and Catholic's is undoubtedly the same considerations • that were
the supernatural good that it is producing in the souls of reason why — when the Cu- involved in the national contro-
hundreds of thousands of people. ban refugees came to the Mi- versy on Federal aid to paro-
ami area, finding themselves chial schools were likewise in-
The widest variety of needs has been met these past few THERE ARE NO STRANGERS volved in the Miami situation."
destitute in a strange land
years by facilities erected in every part of the diocese. A new
— they t u r n e d to the only The school aid bill has since
minor seminary to provide priests for generations-to come; new
source they knew for help . . . died in a House, committee,
churches and mission chapels scattered throughout the 16 coun-
"the American public wants sex in its movies . . . After all, the Catholic Church. Thus it but Federal relief to Cuban ref-
ties; 16 new elementary schools, no less than eight new high
I have five grandchildren. Where would they be if we didn't was that the Catholic Church ugees in Florida's public schools
schools for boys and girls, the fully equipped Spanish Center
have sex? The point is that a large segment, maybe the largest was the first to become aware is continuing. This is good. It
capable of dealing with the complex problems of the refugees,
segment of the American public wants wholesome sex. It also of the needs of these people should continue as long as the
homes for the aged, for the abandoned, for orphans, retreat
wants humor, mystery and adventure." and the first to feel the im- desperateness of the situation
houses for spiritual growth and so on and on.
pact of their presence." remains. After all, the refu-
Some film writers are vigorously backing up the advice
Incidentally, while all of this represents the Church's gees are not Florida's problem
concern for the spiritual and material needs of our people, given for years by the Legion of Decency. Lloyd Shearer, During the first two years,
for example wrote, "The most effective method of showing alone; every state in the Un-
think of the tremendous help the diocesan building program Bishop Carroll said, "no wel-
has been to the "economy of the cities throughout the diocese. Hollywood what sort of entertainment you truthfully want ion should assume a portion of
fare assistance was given to
A total of $30 million spent in Southern Florida has done is by patronizing the worth-while movies and avoiding the the responsibility because we as
the Cuban refugees except that
much to give our area the stability cherished by civic offi- 'sick' ones." a nation welcomed the Cubans
' cials as well as private citizens. given by private agencies."
to our shores.
There are good signs, heartening indications that more and One fact is certain: The 350,-
Surely this record reminds us again of the wonderful coopera- But the limitation of the -
tion existing between our bishop, priests and people. We have more people are aroused to do battle with those who will trade 000 Catholics in the Diocese
on morality for a dollar. We cannot let up our efforts and good of Miami deserve plaudits for Federal f u n d s to public
reason to be grateful and proud.
their generous response to the schools alone strikes us as a
example until standards of decency are established again. refugees' needs, particularly in rank discrimination. Private
the area where "the impact of schools are performing a wel-
Herald Scores Point On Aid their presence" is felt most —
education. ' fare service essentially the
same as the public schools —
• In a well reasoned editorial on Federal aid to education, the Of the 14,000 Cuban children and saving the taxpayers of
Miami Herald emphasized the important point that much of the. enrolled in Dade County
problem concerning the shortage of classroom space around the Dade County $1,219,530 per
schools, close to 4,000 are in year (based on the public
nation could be solved by the states and local communities them- private schools. The refugees
selves, if they became willing to "adopt a realistic tax base and attending public schools are school superintendent's esti-
spend the school monies they can afford." receiving Federal assistance; mated cost of $390 per year
It is true as the editorial stated that too often in the past the Cuban children in private per child).
states and localities have shirked their responsibility in this vital schools are not getting a dime. '
It is sad that false concepts
matter and have attempted to seek a solution by extending their State S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of. church-s t a t e separation
hand for Federal aid. of Schools Joseph Bailey and should stand in tbe Way of jus-
Many civic officials have been reluctant to admit this when Dade County Superintendent of tice, especially when the minds
questioned about the untapped resources in some states. And the Schools Joe Hall have both and souls of young children are
fact remains that there never has been established a fully stated that Federal aid should at stake.
documented need for Federal aid in all communities. Many in a
position to know are convinced that states could do far more for
themselves than they have ever bothered to do, being content to
let the government assume the burden. The Diocese of Miami
Last November the Catholic Bishops stated that "the merits
Embracing Florida's 16 South-
of a general Federal aid to education program ought to be deter- ern Counties: Broward, Char-
lotte. Collier. Dade, DeSoto,
mined by an objective study of need and of the possible effects Glades, Hardee, Hendry, High-
iands, Indian Rivjer, Lee, Martin,
of such aid on America's social structure and institutions," Monroe, Oke'echobee, Palm
Beach. St. Luole.
Before the question comes up again in Congress, there should
be a calm, but thorough discussion of all aspects of Federal aid Editorial PLaza 8-0543
to education, such as initiated by the Miami Herald's editoral. Advertising. PL 4-2561; Circulation. PL 1-6821; Classified, PL 8-6778
This study should be of interest to all our citizens, whose family THE VOICE PUBLISHING CO., INC.
life is deeply involved, so that there will be more light than heat The Most Rev. Coleman F. Carroll, Bishop of Miami, President
generated when momentous decisions are about to be made.
Monsignor John J. Fitzpatrick Executive Editor
Monsignor James F. Nelan Managerial Consultant
Tide Rising For Decent Film! Father James J. Walsh Editorial Consultant
It is encouraging recently to note growing resentment
John J. Ward Editor
against the low-grade movies Hollywood has been foisting on
William P. Dale Advertising Manager
the long-suffering public and to see signs of a ground swell of
George H. Monahan : News -Editor
opposition to the tide of filth in films.
Marjorie L. Fillyaw , Women's Editor
For instance, Jack Carson, a successful actor on stage J o s e p h S . Z i l l e y .. .r .............. Circulation Manager
and in films, stated that movie houses are hurting financially
because people are fed up with down-beat; sordid sex themes. Second-class postage paid at Miami/ Florida
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On the same theme, Walt Disney, whose decent films the
past year made more money than ever before, said he agreed,
God And The Battle Against Communism AN ALTAR BOY NAMED '"SPEGKf
By FATHER JAMES J. WALSH ture, this event laid down two
It would not do a bit of harm principles: 1) Mary's power
if those people who are making with her divine Son is greater
an intensive study of commu- the guests, shared with the were the ones destined to than we can comprehend. 2)
nist techniques in order to family the joys of the occasion need most the kind of virile Mary's desire to help the fol-
thwart them and followed the rigid customs faith that could carry them lowers of Christ cannot be
put some time governing the weddings of the throught the crushing experi- doubted — both in spiritual and
on a review of Jewish people. ence of Calvary and later im- material needs.
pel them to give up their own
niques in deal- Then something happened Cana, like Bethlehem, rep-
ing with men. that will influence the lives of lives. resents God's way of doing
While the dark people until the end of time. It things — the unexpected way.
was a seemingly unimportant But much more than all this
clouds of fears was in the surprising incident So in our own lives. Often
' • " t i t i n u e to circumstance, a lack of wine, His way of dealing with us
that made people look at Him at Cana. Here we first find the
.er and the F a t h e r W a i s h role of Our Lady as interces- contradicts our own judgment
thunder of new henceforth with mingled fear
sor highlighted. An inkling of of what is best. We need to
threats roars out, we ought to her never ending role in the remember His ways are not
remember that God not only Our Lady was the chosen work of the Redemption is our way, but His are always
knows what is going on, instrument here. It was her found in the fact that Christ right.
but will, deal with it effec- specific request that Christ worked His first miracle be-
tively in a most unlikely, un- lay aside the cloak of 30 cause Mary begged Him to help So too with the condition of
expected manner . . . if we do years and reveal something her friends. the world today. If we perse-
our part. of His divine nature. Mary's vere in our efforts to be loyal
simple statement, "They Here is a remarkable pre- to Christ and to His Church,
It is characteristic of God have no wine," has become a view of Our Lady's place in the divine solution to our prob-
to come to our aid without our model prayer of petition. And the lives and hearts of all Chris- lems can be effective and un- "If you make the chaJk squeak, Sister won't call you
being aware of it. Take, for even though Our Lord seem- tians. In the pattern of the fu- expected. up to the board again."
instance, the beginning of ed to refuse her at first, she
Christ's public ministry on confidently told the waiters,
earth. The Jews expected the
Messias to make His appear-
"Do whatever He tells you."
And the water was made
How To Pray - The Greatest Art Of All
ance among the people in wine. By FR. KILIAN McGOWAN, C.P. we firmly believe that He is
such a dramatic awe-in-
Thus in a routine, most un- Would you like to see your the Perfect Object of our self- -
spiring manner that no
expected manner, the first pub- life profoundly altered? For the dedication. Prayer might be
one could.doubt His greatness
lic miracle occurred. No one better, that is. Do you seek the Unknown," Dr. Alexis Carrel called an intensification of our
or His determination to re- Those three paragraphs were
there except Our Lady had an fullest development of your per- wrote the following words on quest for God.
store their lost kingdom. written not by a theologian, but
idea of what it would lead to. sonality? Do prayer: "If you make a habit by a scientist. Dr. Carrel was Naturally, our success in this
So they planned. But God's No one could hear the bell of you want to be | *"- of prayer, your life will be pro- a great student of human na- spiritual art depends largely on
method was so different. For 30 mankind's redemption sounding. gin a journe. foundly altered. In prayer a ture, as well as of the human our habitual orientation towards
years Christ lived in a poor But now, looking back, we are towards greate. '•'" flame kindles and a man sees body. After writing of all the God. God must first be con-
neighborhood in such an ordi- amazed to find clear reasons grace? WouL himself. He discovers his self- various levels of life in man, sciously selected in preference
nary way that no one suspect- why God acted in so strange you l i k e an ishness, greed and blunders. He as a scientist he turns to prayer to all other attractions. Our
ed His identity or mission. And a way. ever - present develops a sense of moral obli- as man's highest activity. He soul cannot have a 'split-person-
when finally the day came for source of un gation and intellectual humility. considered conversation w i t h ality' . — half-given to God and
Him to enter into public life First, the startled guests wit- s h a k e a b le Thus begins a journey of the God to be the art'of all arts. half wrapped-up in the obstacles
and actively begin the work of nessed the power of God in One strength? Then,, soul towards grace." Prayer is an art unlike all to His love. But, be encouraged
Redemption awaited by all the Who appeared to be only a man. ^fou should others. What a man is doesn't — even the feeblest of begin-
world, He chose a setting so Apparently Our Lord made no earn the art of Father Kilian "Prayer is a mature activity necessarily affect his ability in nings leads to firmer strides in
simple and unlikely that we explanation, but let them wres- prayer. indispensable to the fullest de- the arts of painting, carving, the ways of God.
still marvel at it. tle with their thoughts, as they So many people liave ex- velopment of the personality — designing, etc. But, in prayer,
Prayer is not for softies, es-
fastened their eyes on Him, pressed a desire to know the ultimate integration of all is different. As a man is — capists and sentimentalists. It's
He went to a wedding in an and wondered who He really man's highest faculties. Only in
more about prayer and the so does he pray. • The whole for all who need God, of course.
obscure town, accompanied by was. prayer do we achieve the har- man approaches God in prayer,
art of conversing with God And that takes in just about
His Mother and a few follow- monious ensemble of body, and the whole man leaves God
He used the occasion liter- that we have decided to run everyone. But this art is spe-
ers who were just beginning to mind and spirit that gives the — or rather his prayer — a dif-
a series on this important sub- cially for those who want to. be
know Him. Only "ordinary peo- ally to shock the few follow- frail human reed its unshake- ferent person. True prayer is
ject. Prayer is essential to mature and spiritually grown-
ple" were there, housewives ers who already had been able strength. Prayer, like radi- always transforming.
the fervent following of Christ up. It's not for escapists, but
and working-men whose names attracted to Him. It seems um, is a source of luminous
because it is the only means What's the first step to- for those who want to daily
were probably unknown in the likely that Peter was there, self-generating energy."
we have of conscious contact wards a - successful prayer- face the greatest of realities —
next town. Christ mingled with and John and Andrew. These with Him. Without it, we can- "Prayer, the effort to reach life? It's to generate one God and His Providential Will.
not even hope to grow up God and commune with him basic conviction. We^must be It goes far "beyond mere senti-
spiritually. Without prayer it is a physical, moral and men- really coninced that God is mentality too, because it turns
Strange But True is difficult to be a good per-
son, let alone a good friend
tal upljft for man. True pray- I our Supreme God with all
er is a way of life; the truest that it implies. We'll never
over to God man's most pre-
cious faculties — his memory,
By M. J. MURRAY of God. life is literally a way of will to seek God with un- understanding and will. It is
Copyright 1959. N.C.W.C. News Service
In his famous book, "Man the prayer." wavering perseverance unless indeed, a real way of life!
The Radical Right Vs True Conservatives
By MSGR. GEORGE G. HIGGINS clearly start from the assump-
tion that they and they alone
Father Ralph Gorman, C.P.,
have the answer to t&V com-
editor of The Sign magazine, munist menace and that any-
deserves to be congratulated easily frightened. More power true liberals. "Instead of one who dares to disagree with
very sincerely on his courage to him. less," he says, "we should them is obviously suspect.
in standing up Father Gorman's current ed- have more debate among
in thick and itorial is a friendly rejoinder to them." Father Gorman's final point
thin to the so- those Catholic editors and. jour- is that "true conservatives
called "radical nalists who contend that the On the other hand, he says should wake up and protest
right." time has come to call a halt that it would be difficult to call the use of the honorable title
to the debate between lib- off the debate with the extreme of conservative by these fa-
Father Gor- erals and conservatives. "Some right wingers. There just hasn't natical groups." I suspect that
TO BE THE ^ man was one of think," he says, "that the de- been any debate with these more and more conservatives
£r MODEL. POR ALL SUBSEQUENT
IS SAN MINIATO D E L MONTC
the first editors bate has become so bitter as people, he contends, and there will tend to follow this advice
FLORENCE, ITALY. IT DATES TO in the United ,to threaten unity and charity isn't going to be. You can't de- in the weeks and months
v THE I I T CENTURY.
States . to call among American Catholics." bate with geople, he says, who ahead.
the turn on the ^ ffi ins are completely self-assured and
"We would like to ask," Fath- The true conservatives in the
right - wing ex- er Gorman replies, "what de- never suffera doubt and one of
tremists. He started after them whose chief occupations is writ- American business community,
bate between liberals and con- are sensible men. When the
several years ago, and to judge servatives?" ing abusive letters in which
they accuse those who disagree chips are down, they are not
from the tone of the lead edi- The right wing extremists, going to let the right wing ex-
torial in the current issue of with them of being communists
in Father Gorman's opinion, or communist sympathizers. tremists frighten the American
The Sign he is not about to call are not true conservatives. people into adopting a purely
it quits. His current editorial The true conservatives, he My own experience leads me negative stance in the face of
will cost him dearly in terms contends, have much to offer to think that Father Gorman is the communist threat. Sooner
of subscriptions and personal and should be given every op- correct. Most of the letters I or later they are going to have
abuse. No matter. He is a man portunity to express their have received in recent months a showdown with the radical
of his convictions, and he isn't point of view. Ditto for the from right wing extremists right.
January 12, 1962 THE VOICE Miami, Florida Rage 7
University Authorized Sacred Music Broadcast Catholics Win Elections
AREQUIPA, Peru (NO — VATICAN CITY (NO — Vati- COCHABAMBA, Bolivia (NO
The Peruvian government has can Radio has begun twice — Catholics have defeated com-
authorized the founding of the munist candidates in student
Catholic University of Santa Ma- weekly broadcasts of concerts elections at two Bolivian univer-
ria here, to be staffed by priests of sacred music with explana- sities, San Simon University
of the Society of Mary from the tions in Italian, French and here and Gabriel Rene Moreno
U. S. English. University in Santa Cruz.
OUTFITTERS TO THE SISTERHOOD
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Friday Jan. 12, 1962 POPE JOHN XXIII points out the African na-
tion of Senegal on a huge globe in his Vatican
apartments during a special audience with new
Ambassador Louis Le Gros.
Furniture and Furnishings for Institutions and Homes Present Given To Pope Pope Urges Ail-Out Effort
VATICAN CITY (NO — Pope
John XXIII has received a pres-
ent from Bishop Zdzislaw Go-
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M. BARROW E. SHULL lin. a crowd in St. Peter's square
on the feast of the Holy Fam- He said he also wanted to
ily. The speech, delivered from enter homes "visited by over-
the window of his library, was whelming poverty, which are
Pope Aids Refugees tried not only by lack of
broadcast by Vatican Radio and
NAIROBI, Kenya (NO — the Italian national radio and bread, but also by lack of
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mas gift of $5,000 to aid refu-
television networks. work." He added:
"We wish to assure every-
gees in Uganda who have fled When the Wise Men visited
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND from tribal warfare in neighbor- the Holy Family, the Pope
one that we do not cease to ex-
hort, humbly but firmly, those
said, they found a home filled
WE REPEAT OUR SELLOUT!! ing Rwanda-Burundi, it was an-
nounced here by Archbishop
with "docility and obedience,
responsible parties in public po-
sitions and all men of good' w*&.
simplicity and humility, resig- not to rest in peace until they
Guido Del Mestri, Apostolic nation and sacrifice." Such a
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model for the Christian fam-
have found urgent solutions for
those who are in need."
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AT CATHEDRAL WEDNESDAY FEB. IS CATHOLIC PRESS. MON1
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Noted Organist To Give Recital Three different sets available:
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THE IMITATION OF CHRIST THE IMITATION OF CHRIST
Lynnwood Farnam as organist MARY, HOPE OF THE WORLD
TO YOU MOM
DAD AND HIS TEENAGERS MARY, MOTHER AND MODEL
of the Church of the Holy Com- RENOWNED ORGANIST, Carl Weinrich, will be heard in recital HEAVENLY FRIENDS THE LAY APOSTOLATE
munion in New York City. on Wednesday, Jan. 17 in St. Mary Cathedral. He is sponsored THE FATHER HERO OF MOLOKAI
There he continued the series by the Miami Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. THE MOTHER
COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE POPE PIUS X I I
ST. PAUL JUNIOR MISSAL ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA
of recitals which had made the TO YOU GIRLS
ST. PAUL LITTLE MISSAL ST. PAUL DAILY MISSAL
church famous for its organ THE HOLY GOSPEL
OUR LADY'S KNIGHT
ST. PAUL DAILY MISSAL
music and there he established
his reputation as an outstanding
organist and scholar.
Former Communist Official FOR CHILDREN
FOR LITTLE TOTS
JESUS SPEAKS TO YOU
His Miami recital is spon-
sored by the Miami Chapter
Received Into The Church Open 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
and 7 to 8 P.M.
ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC
Monday Thru Saturday
of the American Guild of
Organists of which Clayton
NEW YORK (NO — John that he make a retreat in the
Lautner, a top official for 20 summer of 1961 at Loyola Sem-
. . MAIL and PHONE ORDERS
FILLED PROMPTLY . . . BOOK & FILM CENTER
Brenneman, organist at St.
years of the Communist party
2700 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1-0835
Mary Cathedral is president. inary.
in the U. S., was received into
Established in 1896 by a few the Church in November, 1961, Lautner had served as a
prominent organists in New the Oriel Society announced member of the Communist
York, the nationwide organiza- here. party's national review com-
tion has chapters in every U. S. mission and as a security of-
city. Its objectives are "to ad- The society, an international ficer of the party. He also was
vance the cause of worthy re- Catholic cultural organization, assigned to building the par-
ligious music, and to raise the said that Lautner received his ty's underground apparatus in
standard of efficiency of organ- religious instructions and First New York state.
ists and choirmasters." Communion from Father Vin-
cent Hart, S.J., of Loyola Sem- On Jan. 14, 1950, he was ac-
The Miami Chapter estab- inary, Shrub Oak, N.Y. cused of being an FBI agent
lished in 1935 with more than and tortured in Cleveland by
200 members meets monthly The Oriel Society said Fath- Communist thugs. He left the
to sponsor a regular program er Robert Gannon, S. J., for- party shortly afterwards. The
of lectures, seminars, recitals mer president of Fordham Uni- torture he suffered is described
and choral programs. versity, helped lead Lautner in- in FBI director J. Edgar Hoov-
to the Church by suggesting er's book "Masters of Deceit."
Wednesday evening's recital
which is open free of charge
to the public will include the
Fifth Concerto, F . Major by
Handel; First Sonata, E Flat
Minor by Hindemuth; Fantasy or
and Fugue, G. Minor by J. S. 5717 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
Bach; Fantasy in Echo Stule by
Sweelinck; Choral No. 2, B. YUkon 3-0954
Minor by Cesar Franck; Noel Flowers For All Occasions
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Most Rev. Francis E. Hyland,
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Riviera Beach • V I 4-0201 lanta in October because of ill By FR. PATRICK O'CONNOR fied by official censors as for
health, has been named Assist- Society of St. Columban adults (from 18 years) only or
ant at the Pontifical Throne by for general audiences. Exhib-
Pope John XXIII. MANILA (NO — Objection- itors and viewers alike are to
able motion pictures and mo- be held responsible if persons
After 11 years in Georgia, under 18 are admitted to a
Bishop Hyland is now in resi- tion picture advertisements
motion picture licensed for
dence at St. Charles Borromeo have provoked Philippine reli-
Seminary, Overbrook, Philadel- gious, cultural and civic groups
phia's archdiocesan seminary, to join in calling for a stricter All pictorial advertising for
where he studied for the priest- censorship law. The law, passed motion pictures on billboards, in
hood. at the end of the last session newspapers or on the screen is
WANT THE FACTS TUTORING COUNTY-
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plemented early this year. new law.
on MUTUAL FUNDS? GUIDANCE
ADELPHJ HIGH SCHOOL
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censors are charged to bar all
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NEW SCHOOL of St. Mary Star of the Sea in Key West was blessed by Bishop Coleman F . ELEMENTARY SCHOOL children and Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
Carroll last Saturday. The school is staffed by Sisters of the Holy Names. formed a guard of honor for the blessing of their new school in Key West.
New School In Key West
Blessed By Bishop Carroll
KEY WEST — The new St. Father Donald F . X. Connol-
Mary Star of the Sea School in ly, assistant pastor, St. Patrick
the oldest parish of the Miami parish, Miami Beach, was mas-
Diocese was blessed by Bishop ter of ceremonies during the
Coleman F. Carroll during cere- blessing. Other members of the
monies on Saturday. clergy present were Father Ber-
nard Hickey, pastor, San Pa-
The 15-classroom building blo parish, Marathon; Father
recently Completed at Virginia Michael Hannon, assistant pas-
and Simonton Streets in the tor, San Pablo parish; Father
heart of the southernmost city
of the U. S. replaces the St. Robert Nilon, S. J. and Father
Joseph School for Boys which John H. Millet, S.J., assistant
was established in 1881 and pastors, St. Mary Star of the
torn down to erect the modern Sea parish; Father Felix Ken-
two-story building. sta U.S.N. and Father Patrick
Designed by Miami architect
Thomas J. Madden, Jr., and
built under the direction of Fa-
ther Joseph Beaver, S.J., pas- GUADALUPE
tor, at a cost of $180,000, the
school provides facilities for 500
boys and girls in grades one
through six and is staffed by SHRINES
the Sisters of the Holy Names SPECIAL GROUP TOUR WITH
of Jesus and Mary who also Very Rev. Msgr.
JOHN J. FITZPATRICK
administer the Convent of Mary Exec. Editor of "The VOICE"
— Spiritual Director —
MEXICO CITY, PUEBLA,
Addressing the crowd of CHOLULA, TAXCO
more than 356 parishioners
who were present for the cere- and ACAPULCO
monies Bishop Carroll urged If* WONDERFUL
the faithful to nurture voca- IU AS
tions to the priesthood and
Sisterhood within their homes
and praised the work of the $
religious faculty of the school.
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terest in education and religion Write or Call far a
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3 Rulings Uphold Aid To Church Schools
NCWC News Service ' the three decisions of the Su- to the argument that Federal tract, did not constitute an
Following is the fourth in a series of articles condensing preme Court — and the only aid to secular education in appropriation to a religious
the study entitled "The Constitutionality of the Inclusion of three — which directly concern church-related schools would society in violation of the No
VAL5PAR PAINTS ' Church-Related Schools in Federal Aid to Education/' The aid-providing by government in
the sense presented by the prob-
be constitutional. Establishment Clause of the
study was prepared by the Legal Department of the National The court held that the ap-
Catholic Welfare Conference. lem of Federal aid to church- propriation by Congress of mon- 'CONTROLLING INFLUENCE'
field vs. Roberts, Cochran vs. related education. ey to a Catholic hospital, as The court noted that, legally
Paints by Jeffrey's Bradfield vs. Roberts, an compensation for the treatment
5510 N.W. 2nd Ave. PL 1-5113 (A). The Bradfield, Cochran Board of Education, and Ever- speaking, the corpofation own-
and Everson Decisions. Brad- son vs. Board of Education are 1899 .decision, lends support of poor patients under a con- ing the hospital was secular,
but that the hospital was con-
ducted under the auspices c
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK "The meaning of that allega-
tion," said the court, "is that
the church exercises great and
perhaps controlling influence
OF NORTH MIAMI over the management of the
hospital." The court also noted
that the stockholders of the
corporation were all nuns.
Northeast 125th Street at 10th Avenue
But most significant in the
Bradfield decision is the
STATEMENT OF CONDITION court's direct disavowal of the
point of view that religious
December 3 1 , 1961 institutions performing public
functions cannot, on account
ASSETS LIABILITIES of the No Establishment
Clause, be aided by govern-
U.S. Government Insured or Capital Stock (33,000 shares). . $825,000.00 ment.
Guaranteed FHA and VA Loans $ 903,961.59 Cochran vs. Board of Educa-
Other Loans and Discounts . 4,945,201.77 Surplus 376,000.00 1,201,000.00 tion, a 1930 decision, establish-
ed that the use of government
Banking House and Parking Lot 285,439.80 funds to provide secular text-
Undivided Profits 40,317.41 books for parochial school stu-
Furniture and Fixtures 124,070.95
dents is constitutionally justi-
Accrued Income and Other Assets 68,098.76 fiable as an expenditure for a
Contingency Reserve 14,341.56 public purpose. Under Louisiana
Overdrafts 522.81 statutes, boards of education
U.S. Government Securities ..$5,257,017.27 were directed to provide books
Reserve for Taxes, Interest, etc 65,700.86 for children free of cost. The
Federal Corporation Bonds . . 75,067.07 plaintiffs contended that they
Federal Reserve Bank Stock . . 36,050.00 132,142.49 were being taxed to aid private,
Interest and Income Collected, not Earned . . . religious, sectarian and other
State, County and schools not embraced in the
public educational system.
Municipal Bonds 1,285,232.71 NOT RELIGIOUS BOOKS
New York Stock Exchange Bonds 22,528.53 The Supreme Court held the
CASH AND DUE FROM BANKS 3,264,384.37 9,940,279.95 DEPOSITS 14,814,073.31 program constitutional, noting
that the textbooks were not re-
TOTAL ASSETS $16,267,575.63 TOTAL LIABILITIES $16,267,575.63 ligious books, but books relat-
ing to secular subjects.
Dividends paid in 1961 — $1.48 per share. The court was able clearly
to distinguish the public as-
This institution, established in 1951, operates' with the same local management and enjoys the prestige afforded National Banks. pect of parochial s c h o o l
education from its private (re-
ligious) aspect and held, In
5i/ 4 % 5!/2%----53/4% 6% effect, that whatever benefit
might accrue to the institu-
tion, such was incidental to
INTEREST ON FIRST MORTGAGES the public benefit conferred
upon the citizen-pupil and
therefore constitutionally with-
We will make mortgage loans on owner occupied homes from $5,000.00 to $20,000.00 at low interest rates as shown above, repayable as follows: out significance.
$5,000.00 at 6 % $10,000 at 5VA% $15,000 at 5Ms% $20,000 at 5 ! 4 % In Everson vs. Board of Edu-
Repayable $42.20 per month Repayable $83.05 per month Repayable $122.57 per month Repayable $160.78 per month cation, a 1947 decision, the Su-
for 180 months for 180 months __ for 180 months for 180 months preme Court held constitutional
a New Jersey statute which
provided that reimbursement to
OFFICERS DIRECTORS parents might be made out of
public funds for transportation
LEONARD A. USINA MABEL K. DUGGINS S. E. ADCOCK GEORGE J. NAEGELE
President, Smith, Richardson of their children to Catholic ps*
Chairman of the Board Assistant Vice President Investments
and Conroy, Inc. rochial schools on buses r <
AGNES B. BARBER larly used in the public trans-
President, Peoples National BOWEN NELSON
ROLAND M. STAFFORD CHRISTINE McKENNEY Bank of Miami Shores President, Nelson Mortgage portation system.
President Cashier EDNA M. BELL Company, Inc. AID TO CITIZEN
Vice President, Peoples National CLARK R. PARKER The underlying principle of
Bank of Miami Shores Director and Distributor
PAULK REEVES DOROTHY P. SCHWARTZ Tom Huston Products the decision is plain: govern-
Vice President Assistant Cashier
JULIAN B. FRIX ment aid may be rendered to a
President, Turner-Frix J. HARRELL POWELL
Insurance, Inc. Real Estate Investments citizen in furtherance of his ob-
AGNES B. BARBER JUANITA NARUP DR. M. A. SCHOFMAN taining education in a church-
S. DOUGLAS GIBSON
Vice President Retired Colonel, U.S. Army Miami Shores Medical Clinic related school.
ANTHONY J. GOCKING ROLAND M. STAFFORD
President of the Bank
Everson teaches that aid
Textiles rendered to a citizen to ob-
FRANK H. WILLER EUGENE F. MAGEE LEONARD K. THOMSON
GEORGETTE F. JOYCE tain state-prescribed educa-
Assistant Cashier Former Director
Chairman of the Board and tion in a church-related school
Assistant President Dade County Port Authority
President Columbia Federal Savings
LEONARD A. USINA is not, in the constitutional
NELLIE V. STILES and Loan Association
sense, "aid to religion," or a
ROBERT O LYELL, JR. C. EDWARD KETTLE Chairman of the Board
Assistant Cashier of the Bank ~
President "financing of r e l i g i o u s
National Bank of Commerce FRANK H. WILLER groups," or "support of the
CHARLOTTE S. POWERS MARY O. FRAZIER HOWE E. MOREDOCK, JR. President, Peoples National religious function," (to bor-
Assistant Cashier Bank of North Miami Beach
Vice President President, Howe E. Moredock Co. row terms used by various ob-
Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation jectors to aid to education in
Aid For Teachers
Help To Colleges, NOW, YOU CAN SAVE AND BANK
WITH GREATER CONVENIENCE,
By JOHN J. DALY, JR.
WASHINGTON (NO — Fed-
eral aid for colleges and for ad-
ditional training of selected
grade and high school teachers
appear as the major education
proposals facing the 1962 Con-
President Kennedy is ex-
**• <ed to spell out his recom-
iations to Congress short-
ly. It is thought he will not
make a serious effort for
adoption of large-scale aid for
public schools in view of last
year's defeat. interest per annum paid on 12 month
The principal measure the ad- certificates of deposit.
ministration is expected to sup-
port is a proposal to assist con-
struction by U. S. colleges —
public and private — now facing interest per annum compounded quarterly
the wave of students which has
been sweeping through grade
2 paid on all SAVINGS AC
and high schools for the past These are the legal rates pn compliance with recent govei
The Chief Executive proposed Now, more than ever before, it pays to do business
such aid last year, but it was bank. Large enough to take care of all your financi
bottled up by an 8 to 7 vote of enough to devote personal attention to your pro
the House Rules Committee.
The measure calls for a $1.8 that banking is a pleasant new experience when ;
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authorizes both matching .Bank of Miami, 950 Red Road.
grants and loans to help col-
leges finance construction of
classrooms, laboratories, li-
braries and "related academic
and service facilities."
It proposes $180 million a
year in grants and $120 million
a year m long-term loans.
Church-related colleges would COMMERCIAL BANK OF MIAMI
be eligible to seek either loans STATEMENT OF CONDITION
or grants, although the bill de- DECEMBER 3 1 , 1 9 6 1
mands they prove that the mon- RESOURCES IIABILITIES RE
Demand Cash and Due fr<
ey will not be used for facilities Cash and Due from Banks $2,413,539.94 Deposit... .$11,011,459.34 U.S. Government
for "sectarian instruction," nor US. Government Bonds... 5786,977.69 Time Deposits 6,510,912.46 State, County an
for a "place of worship," nor State, County and - TOTAL DEPOSITS $17,522,571.80 Municipal Bone
"primarily in connection with Municipal Bonds 1,441,818.93 Interest Collected—Unearned 345.023.10 Public Housing A1
Public Housing Authority Quarterly Dividend- ,lnnftnn Bonds
any part of the program of a Pa ab e 2 2 Other Investment
school or department of divin- Bonds. 245,406.08 0 y ' V ' * ' ' •••••••• ' WO0-00
Loans and Discou
ity." Overinvestment, . " " ^ Q ~dAS^dTSp 35,918.22 Bank Building...
loans and Discount!..... • 8,485,355.58 #>»DIT»I Furniture, Fixture
In addition, the measure •<"**"'<«"» • • - * ** ** Capital S t o c k . . U s S £ o M Equipment...
Furniture, Fixtures and , , , , „ . . Surplus 700,000.00 Real Estate Own
would provide 40,000 Federal Equipment 141,122.44 Undivided Profits 1 3 3 / 6 8 ^ 6 Than Bank Pre
scholarships for needy and tal- IncomeEarned.NotCollected 84,990.02 Raserve for Income Earned, Ni
ented college students each Other Resources. 37/45.01 Contingencies 103,400.00 Other Resources
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,487,368.46
' TOTAL CAPITAL AND
Every institution at which a TOTAUESOURCES..$19,401,881.38 LIABILITIES $19,401,881.38 TOTAL RESOURC
scholarship student enrolled omens
would get a $350 "cost of edu- I.E.FENN GEHlGARREtT FRANKB. HOSELTON
cation" grant designed to Chairman of the Board vice President Assistant Vice Preside*
W.S. McCREA iiMA MARSH fc B. lEGGETT
make up the difference be- Vice Chairman of the Board i, . ,j_l Cashier Chairman <
tween what the student pays H.T. MAROON Vice President CW.HORWCK W.S.
President FRANK ROWe Trust Officer Vice Chalrmo
and the college's true costs in M.E.STEPHENS Vice President PAUL A. BRADY H.T. A
educating him. executive Vice President HOWARD DALE Assistant Cashier Pre
GREGORY CONSTANTINB Vice President K. D. SINGLETON
The issue of whether tax M. E. $
Vice President rr.»«onr Assistant Cashier Executive V
funds can be used to assist JOS. A. MAROON CLARA JORDAN OARREU D. BAUEW
Vice President Assistant Vice President Assistant Cashier
church-related and other pri-
vate institutions probably will DIRECTORS
OTTO W . BRADY, JR. JOS. A. MAROON
arise during debate on the pro- Owner—Brady Mercantile Vice President of Hie Bank
posal. GREGORY CONSTANTINE W . S. McCREA
President—Theo Investment C o , tM. president—Earl V. Wilwn Company
U. S. Office of Education L. E. FENN '
lie, 805 of the 2,028 U.S. in- Chairman of the Board E. S. QUICK
Attorney at Law
stitutions of higher education as W. A. FREOERICH
under religious auspices. Of President—Fredmar, Inc. K.O. SATCHELl
IRVING GOLDMAN President-
these, 496 are operated by Prot- Merchant Owner—The Style Shop Metropolitan Laundry & Cleaners, In*.
estants, 303 by Catholics and six H.T. MAROON M. E. STEPHENS
by Jewish groups. In addition, President of the Bank Executive Vke President of the Bank Vice I
there are 520 private, nonde-
About 41 per cent of all col-
lege students attend church-
related and other private insti- We will serve you ail these ways:
tutions according to the U. S.
Regular, Commercial and Personal Check;
office. Accounts e Business Loans e Dealer Sa
Financing e Automobile Loans and Inst;
The second major education ment Loans of all types e Safe Depo
proposal is a new one. Its de- OF MIAMI Boxes e Auto Teller and Walkup Windo
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Jonuary 1 V 1 * 6 2 tt*E VOICE ' M i a m i , Flc-rJtfc. Page
». V ''•ign
APOSTOLIC DELEGATE to the United States, directors' dinner. At left is Bishop Coleman F.
Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi, center, was among 25 EASTERN dioceses were represented at the attended the formal banquet with members of
Carroll and at right is Auxiliary Bishop Philip annual meeting of Vocation Directors. Visiting
ecclesiastical dignitaries attending the vocation Hannan of Washington, D.C., guest speaker. the Serra Club whose principal objective is to
priests and clergy from the Miami Diocese foster and encourage vocations to the priesthood.
AT MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION
Vocation Directors Hear Papal Delegate
Plans for a national conven-
tion of vocation directors were
announced during closing ses-
sions of the three-day meeting
held last week at the Hotel
Americana, Miami Beach.
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll
and priests of the Miami Dio-
cese were hosts to the sessions
which closed at a formal dinner
on Thursday evening.
Unexpected guest of honor
was Archbishop Egidio Vag-
nozzi, Apostolic Delegate to
the United States who empha-
sized the role of parental au-
thority in nurturing vocations
to the religious life and com-
mended vocation directors on
' their accomplishments in dio-
ceses of the U. S.
Priest-directors from eastern,
western and mid-western dio-
Members Of Hierarchy Joined Vocation Directors At Dinner ceses are expected to convene
late this year to consider na-
tionwide problems of vocation
and to apply recent directives
of the Sacred Congregation of
Seminaries and Universities to
During the sessions at Mi-
ami Beach which were under
the chairmanship of Father
James J. Walsh, Miami dio-
cesan director of vocations,
some 40 vocation directors
from 25 dioceses also dis-
cussed plans for the First In-
ternational Congress of Voca-
tions scheduled to be held in
May in Rome.
According to reports the Sa-
cred Congregation of Seminar-
ies and Universities has request-
ed reports from U. S. vocation
directors on statistics covering
Msgr. William Furlong, Father James J. Walsh And Father John E. Young, CM. candidates to the priesthood < *
ing recent years as weft
copies of all promotion litera-
ture used in diocesan programs.
Eastern directors also con-
sidered the possibility of es-
tablishing a national vocation
organization which would
make available to all dioceses
tried and proven methods of
recruiting and screening can-
didates for the priesthood and
which would distribute on a
mass production basis litera-
ture concerning the diocesan
Msgr. M a r t i n Christopher,
Washington Archdiocesan direc-
tor of vocations was named
executive secretary by the East-
ern Vocation Directors and Fa-
ther Joseph Knorr, Diocese of
Pittsburgh, was appointed to
Father John Corrigan Of Washington Presided At Panel Discussion the board during the meeting.
14 January 12,* 1962 THE VOICE Miami, Florida
St. James Parents'. .,
•, • . * , » . % . • 8 • * • . • * , • „ •.< * . \ • ,
Game Party Monday
A games party under the aus-
pices of St. "James Parents Club
will be held Monday, Jan. 15 in
the church extension, 530 NW
131 St. RENT or BUY YES, YOU MAY DO EITHER! RENT
Mothers of fifth and second OR BUY! Beautiful gowns, extremely
grade students will be hostesses fine, expensive stock may be rented
for the benefit which begins at for a fraction of their cost. The place
8:15 p.m. Refreshments will be
\;is SHAVER'S 7910-16 N.E. 2nd Aver.,
|j|Little River. Bridal rentals from $20
,up. Hoops and veils available. Also
Structure and activities of the bridesmaids' dresses and dresses for
deaneries which comprise the mothers. Furs for rental. Formal rent-
Miami Diocesan Council of als for men, too. Call Mrs. Shaver for
Catholic Women will be outlin- appointment. PL 7-1421.
ed for members of the club
during their meeting at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 17 in the FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE IN
church extension. THIS AREA! Travel t i c k e t s
everywhere! By air or steamer!/
Officers and members of the NO COST f o r this service. 1
North Dade Deanery of which SHORES TRAVEL-CENTER, INC.,
Voice Photos Mrs. Thomas F. Palmer is 9723 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Shores, gives complete travel
RELIGIOUS ORDERS of women stationed in rectors from 25 eastern dioceses. Panel discus- president, will outline the pro- service to anywhere in the world. They take care of all
the Miami Diocese were among participants at sion conducted by the Sisters emphasized gram for the year and answer reservations and tickets for tours, cruises, independent
the recent three-day meeting of vocations di- recruiting techniques in fostering vocations. questions regarding the Council. trips. They are authorized agents for all air and steamship
lines. PL 1-6529.
Film OnHong Kong Slated A t Madonna
Baroness V o n Guttenberg HOLLYWOOD — A film de- iliary at 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. EVERYTHING PHOTO-
A com lete GRAPHIC!
picting life and customs in Hong 18 in the school auditorium. P .line o f
Speaks A t Barry Sunday Kong will be shown to mem- Mr. and Mrs. George Mertz
camera and photographic sup-
plies at ATLANTIC PHOTO
"A Divided Germany" will be bers of the Parents and Friends will serve as narrators during SUPPLY CO., with two stores
the topic of Baroness Elizabeth of Madonna Academy during the presentation of the film to serve you. One at 8011 N.E.
von Guttenberg of Munich when the monthly meeting of the aux- made by them in China. 2nd Ave., Little River and one
she speaks on Sunday, Jan. 14 at Northside Shopping Center,
at 8:15 p.m. in the Barry Col- 119 N. Court, 79th St. and 27th Ave. Expert printing,
lege auditorium. developing, enlarging. Fast, film service — f i l m ' i n by
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During the rise of the Nazis, BARRY COLLEGE
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and friends represented that HAVE YOU A LAMP PROB<-
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husband and one of their two ite bases or repairing, rewir-
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Since the end of the war the N.W. 7th Ave. and 6901 Biscayne Blvd., is the place to
Baroness has worked in close Educ. 541 Elem. School Curriculum 3 MW go. They have a large stock of lamps and shades at
conjunction with the Church in Baroness E. von Guttenberg
Educ. 542 Secon. School Curriculum 3 MW reasonable prices. Take along your base for proper fitting.
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WHETHER YOU ARE A RESI-
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St. Vincent Hall At Riviera Jan. 18 Educ.
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654 Adm. of Guidance Services 3 S (10-1)
The annual benefit dinner RIVIERA BEACH — Annual 804 N.E. 125th St., N. Miami.
dance sponsored by the St. Lou-
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ise de Marillac Board of St. in knitting and crocheting sup-
Vincent Hall Auxiliary will be Society of St. Francis of Assisi Biol. 130 Health Education 3 MW plies, imported and domestic
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How To Make A School Lunch They'll Eat
By FLORENCE DEVANEY thick one. Also, rather than
one thick slice of meat, cut
Packing school lunches is a several thin, even slices.
B.R. part of the daily schedule in
many homes. Here's a point Making sandwiches that are
different is the constant search
that every lunch box preparer
LIMEGROVER should always keep in mind —
the school child's'lunch should
of many mothers. One easy way
is to consider the different
be a part of a well-planned meats that go with different
TU 7-9491 daily diet, not simply a snack
to satisfy hunger.
Here are a few examples:
601 HIALEAH DR. A generous part of the daily crisp bacon is good with pea-
INSURANCE needs for meat, milk, vegeta- nut butter, and for a change
HfALEAH bles and fruit should go into is temptingly used between
the lunch box. Meat goes in two slices of Boston brown
the sandwiches; milk is in a bread; corned beef is excel-
vacuum bottle; vegetables are lent on rye; canned smoked
You GetAll 3 in in raw form such as celery
and carrot strips, radishes,
etc.; fruit and cup cakes or
cookies serves as dessert.
tongue or liver sausage on
whole wheat; canned luncheon
loaf on raisin; beef on pump-
ernickel; and chipped beef
Mountain Valley Water
1. Delicious taste I Not carbonated, hot laxative, virtually
Of course, sandwiches are the
main item in practically every
lunch box. Remember that sev-
and creamed cheese on a bun.
You can think of many other
ideas yourself. Be sure to make
A HEARTY school luncheon is a must to carry youngsters through
the afternoon hours of classes. The ham and Swiss cheese club
sandwich with bakers' cup cakes, fruit and milk make up a
salt free-you'll agree that Mountain Valley Water Is the eral thin sandwiches are likely those lunches hearty as well as luncheon that has all the desired nutritional value.
perfect water to drink. to be more appetizing than one varied.
2. Safe—and pure. No chlorine or other chemical is added. Pour over chilled artichoke hearts and let stand in refrigerator
Mountain Valley Water may be taken whenever any HAM-SWISS CLUB SANDWICH to marinate at least 2 hours, stirring occasionally. Makes 4
liquid may be consumed. 12 slices enriched bread 4 slices Swiss cheese' servings.
3. Beneficial for health. Ask your doctor how 6 to 8 glasses Vi cup soft butter 4 slices boiled or baked ham
daily for 8 or more weeks helps to promote the best pos- Spread bread with butter. Place 1 slice of cheese on each of
sible health. 4 slices of buttered enriched bread and cover with a second
fountain Valley slice of enriched bread. Top each sandwich with 1 slice of ham
and another slice of enriched bread.
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peeled orange and. drain off juice. Add 1 cup finely chopped Delicious Home Made Sausap
ITALIAN cabbage to the diced orange. Blend with dressing mixture. Use
% cup orange slaw and a slice of bologna for each sandwich.
Old Fashioned Cold Cuts
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1 cup sour cream
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Vs teaspoon pepper
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Should She Break Their Engagement? HI NEIGHBOR!
Is it always wrong to break an engagement?
Two years ago when she was 20, my daughter be-
came engaged to a young man only a year older
with whom she had been keeping company for sev-
eral years. When he returned after almost a year
in the service, things didn't seem to go well be-
tween them, yet they announced a date for mar-
riage. He went away to work and gradually stopped
writing/. When she learned he was dating another
' girl, there was a scene. She tosseij back his ring
and' now vows she'll never forgive him. I tell her
•hat's un-Christian. Don't you think there's some Managing Director of the New Bilt-
wrong on both sides? more Terrace Hotel. l'.d like to tell
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of the wonderful features and
To answer your last question first, there usually is some There's our beautiful Pool, Cabana
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'Drift' Into An Engagement
Further, and as a consequence of the above, some young
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giving much thought to its' serious implications. After going
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to do, particularly if one of the partners is anxious to secure
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some guarantee that the relationship will endure. Although the
other party follows the path of least resistance and goes along
with the idea, a temporary separation or contact with a wider
circle of friends may cause the engagement to be viewed in a
totally different perspective.
When this happens, one faces the problem of how to
break the engagement without hurting the other party. It's
not easy unless the other catches on quickly. Usually there
is an attempt to signal the break by showing less interest
, and affection, but should the partner fail to read the signs
correctly, lack of courage and a sense of guilt causes many
to postpone a showdown, thus increasing the hurt and hu-
miliation of the break that must eventually come.
; This seems to have happened in your daughter's case, Helen.
; Even from your brief description of events it appears that
your daughter evidently found it difficult to accept the implied
break though warning signals were flashing all over the place.
Both Made Serious Mistakes
Who was wrong? Well, they both made serious mistakes.
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Vasto Plan de Construcciones
En Toda la Diocesis de Miami
La diocesis de Miami se ha Diez y siete escuelas ele- nuevo Seminario Menor de
CIUDAD DE MEXICO, (N.
estado extendiendo a raz6n mentales y ocho de bachille- St. John Vianney, donde 170
C.) El arzobispo de Ottawa,
de $770,000 mensuales en edi rato han sido construidas. Dos jovenes se encuentran estu-
Mons. Marie Joseph Lemieux
ficaciones. escuelas elementales se co- diando para el sacerdocio de
presents en el santuario del
menzar&n pronto. Se han he- la Diocesis de Miami. Este
Tepeyac una ofrenda espiri- En los 39 meses que han
cho ampliaciones en otras 8 seminario fue comenzado en
tual de los catolicos canadien pasado desde que el Senor
escuelas. 1 9 5 9 con un edificio para
Obispo Coleman F. Carroll fue
* * * High School y sucesivamente
nombrado primer obispo d« En el fengl6n de la educa-
MADRID, (NC; Del 2 al 5 se le agregaron un edificio
la Di6cesis, esta ha venido de- cion superior, se cuenta ahoa-
de enero se celebr6 aqui el para estudios universitarios,
sarrollandose eriormemente. A ra con tres universidades. El
primer congreso nacional de una residencia para el profe-
treinta millones sube el total nuevo Biscayne College; Ba-
catequesiis, presidido por el sorado que fueron construi-
de construcciones levantadas rry College para mujeres al
obispo de Ciudad Rodrigo dos en 1960, y en 1961 se
en el £rea de la Diocesis. que se le han aumentado edi-
Mons. Jos6 Bascunana L6pez, le cohstruyeron un refectorio
ficaciones por valor de dos y un laboratorio de ciencias.
Presidente del Secretariado Mons. Patrick J. O'Donogue,
millones y medio; la prime- Incluyendo el costo total del
Nacional Catequetico. V.G., parroco de St. Mary Ca-
ra universidad Catolica para Seminario, la inversion hecha
* • * thedral y director de la co-
hombres se encuentra en cons ahi es de $1,700,000.
CIUDAD DE MEXICO, (N. mision de edificaciones, reve-
trucci6n; la universidad de
C). Javier Cortes, un esta - 16 estos dos datos que dan Ahora se encuentra en cons
Marymount College para mu-
fador que se hacia pasar por una idea del adelanto alcan- trucci6n en Baynton Beach
jeres se comenzari a cons-
"obispo" de una Iglesia Cat6- zado en construceiones, estos el Seminario Mayor de St.
lica Mexicana y aliado del datos pertenecen al balance icente de Paul quo esta sine-
premier cubano Fidel Castro que se le presentari al senor Ade-mas hay 20 conventos, do construido por los Padres
en sus esfuerzos por montar Obispo. de los cuales 17 estan terml- Vicentinos a un costo mayor
una Iglesia (cismatica) Cuba- nados, incluyendo el nuevo de dos millones. Este semi-
El informe muestra que —-;Caramba, no sabiamos que Iban a ser todas muchachas!
na, fue encarcelalo aquf por convento de las Teresianas; se nario se abriri en septiem-
m£s de treee millones han si-
la policia, acusado de un frau do gastados por las parroquias esti construyendo un conven- bre pr6ximo, permitiendo, asi
de por 150.000 pesos (12 mil to y hay cuatro proyectados. a todos los jovenes que estu-
extrictamente para construc- Sugerendas Gar-Mar
d61ares). ciones parroquiales. Al mis- Tambien hay proyectos de am- dian para el sacerdocio en la
pliaciones para un convento Diocesis de Miami, completar
* * *
ROMA (NC) El superior
mo tiempo, cerea de diecisie-
te millones represents la y una casa parroquial. sus estudios en la misma Di6-
Los Pensamientos Bellos
de la Pia Soci'edad le San cantidad que se ha empleado Tal vez la mas popular de
Pablo RP. Jai. j Alberone, in- en proyectos diocesanos y no Tres monasteries se encuen
todas las construcciones de la Los pensamientos ma» profundos son los que no pueden
formo aqui de la muerte en diocsanos. tran incluidos en el progra
Didcesis es el Centro Hispa- expresarse ni comprenderse antes de haber experimentado
Elizabethville, capital de Ka- ma de construcciones. Uno e»
no Catolico, para la poblacidn grandes dolores.
tanga, del RP. Michelino Cag- Este vasto programa inclu- el Monasterio do Cristo Rey
de habla hispana y que ha
. na SSP, quien fue alcanzado ye un total de 24 iglesias en Delray Beach, otro es el La ciencia del coraz6n, entra y sale por las heridas del
llamado la atenci6n nacional,
por un proyectil al dirigirse terminadas, una en construe- Monasterio Dominicano para corazon; y los pensamientos m&s hondos son los que brotan d«
por el inmenso trabajo que
a la capilla del convento de cidn, 3 proyectadas, 1 capilla sacerdotes de habla hispana, las heridas mas hondas.
ha llevaido a cabo y que
religiosas paulinas para resca y 10 Iglesias para las misio- el tercero es el Monasterio
continue desempe-fiando en fa
tar el Santisimo Sacramento nes, de las cualeg hay 4 ya de Nuestra Senora de 1^ Flo-
vor de los refugiados cubanos
durante la reciente lucha ar- terminadas y 6 que se comen rida y Casa de Retiros que Los buenos pensamientos y los buenos deseos son el aroma
del Sur de la Florida. del alma: no pueden encubrirse del todo, por mas qu* la
mada. zar£n pronto. Dos iglesias tie- esta siendo edificado por los
* * • nen planes para ser amplia- La mas iraportante construe Padres Pasionistas de North humildad o la modestia los esconda.
CIUDAD DEL VATICANO, das. cion de la Diocesis es el Palm Beach. En los libros de pensamientos casi siempre se ha de leer
(NC) Su Santidad el Papa algo que el autor no quiso decir.
Juan XXIII expres6 su pesa- En un libro de pensamientos variados, a todos los lecto-
me mediante un mensaje a
los familiares de las victimas
del incendio del Circo Ame-
Tu Puedes Bautizar... res gustaran algunos, pero no a todos gustaran los mismos.
Cuanto mas se etclarece en el alma un pensamiento pro-
ricano en Niteroi, Brasil, si- Por Mons. JOSE MARIA DE JUARISTI
niestro en el que perecierffn fundo, menos palabras necesita el autor para exolasarlo' cla-
mas de 300 personas y otras Si, tu puedes bautizar. Aho- el subdidcono, el varon antes tan intima y prooede tran- ramente.
900 sufrieron lesiones. ra bien, unicamente en caso que la mujer, excepto en el quilamente.
de urgente necesidad y cuan- caso en que el pudor acon- Los grandes pensamientos tienen que ser breves, aunqu*
* * * Recuerda tres cosas: derra-.
do no sea posible contar con seje lo contrario o si la mu- su desarrollo pueda exigir despu^s extensos tratados.
KOMA, (NC) Mons. J. Pa- mar agua sobre la cabeza del
trick Carroll, fundador en Ita la presencia de un sacerdo- jer conociera con ma's segu- bautizando, que el agua mo- Los grandes pensamientos son semillas pequefias de Irbo-
lia de las Ciudades de los te. No se trata, pues, de sa- ridad las palabras del bautis- je el cuero cabelludo y que les gigantes. Por ejemplo: el pensamiento que dio origen »
muchachos, fue aclamado aqui tisfacer un capricho ni pro- mo y el modo de administrar- pronuncies entre tanto las pa- los cambios de hierro; el pensamiento de Cristo: "Dad a Dio»
curarse una emoci6n inMi- lo. labras de Cristo: "Yo te bau- lo que es de Dios, y al C6sar lo que es del C6sar".
en el vigesimo quinto aniver
sario de su ordenacion sacer- ta. Para que tu puedas bau- Por su parte, Lehmakuhl, un tizo en el nombre del Padre
dotal como "padre de los po- tizar, han de coincidir estas celebre moralista, interpreta y del Hijo y del Espiritu San-
circunstancias: peligro inmi- esta dLsposicion eclesiastioa, to". Todas las artes y todas las ciencias tienen algo que no se
bres y de los ninos desvali- puede vulgarizar; algo que solo lo saborea quien les ha con-
dos". nente de muerte e imposibi- diciendo: "cualquier fiel en Mientras viertes el agua. . . sagrado la vida. Y ese algo es, no obstante, lo que mas admira-
lidad de que el sacerdote acu- uni6n con la Iglesia, sea hom-
* * * df esas palabras. Nada mfis y cion causaria en nosotros si de repente se nos descubriera.
da antes de que sobrevenga bre o mujer, con tal de qu«
BALTIMORE, (NC) El de- nada menos. No basta excla- El goce de las cumbres es un secreto. Muchos son los que
el fallecimiento. Si ho ocurr« sepa suficientemente el modo
legado apostolico en Esta- mar, por ejemplo: "Yo te bau- oyen hablar del enigma del espacio, tiempo y movimiento,
esto, private de lo que crees de bautizar, ha de ser prefe- sin sospechar la sima que se oculta debajo de esas palabras.
dos Unidos, Mons. Egidio Va- tizo en el nombre de la San-
constituiria una pagina his- rido a cualquier hereje. . . La musica de los grandes artistas la oyen muy pocos.
gnozzi, oficio una misa de tisima Trinidad".
tdrica en tu vida y llama al incluso si este hereje fuera un
requiem en la catedral de sacerdote. Si no se cumplen esas tre*
Baltimore por el arzobispo de sacerdote" y anade: "prefix-
rase una mujer ajena al pa- condiciones, debe repetirse la Salvas raras excepciones, nunca serS gran pensador ^....en
esta primera sede norteame- iComo debes actuar si ha oeremonia, por cautela.
rlcana Mons. Francis P. Keo- dre del bautizando, porque no tenga la intenci6n de comunicar a otros los propios pensa-
de darse este bautismo de ur-
los padres no deben bautizar Y un consejo pr^ctico: pa- mientos. Pensamos mejor cuando pensamos para,otros. Esa
ugh, fallecido a los 70 afios gencia? Recuerda en primer
a su propio hijo, a no ser ra que este seguro de que el accion tan vital', tan intima, tan inmanente de pensar con pro-
de edad. termino que la Iglesia est»- fundidad, exige un excitante externo: un grupo de almas bue-
bieci6 en su derecho can6ni- porque no haya ninguna otra agua moj-a el cuero cabelludo,
• • • nas, que han vuelto con amor sus ojos hacia los nuestros en
CIUDAD DEL VATICANO, co una or den: si hay un sa- . persona". coloca al bautizando de suer-
demanda de ideas.
cerdote, sea 61 antes que el te que sus ojos miren al cie-
(NC) El cardenal Amleto Ci- Si eres tu quien bautiza,
dMcono. El diacono antes que lo, inclinada la cabeza hacia
cognani, Secretario de Esta- ten calma. No te precipitea,
atras. Los pensamientos altos se diferencian de los pensamientos
do de su Santidad el Papa que no vas a ser tu quien
Juan XXIII, y el embajador * * * d£ la graeia santificante al Si, mas tarde, el qoe tu llamativos, como las- estrellas del cielo y las luces de bengala:
paraguayo Guillermo Enciso que todavia no es cristiano. bautizaste sobrevive al peli- la luz de las estrellas, mansa y silenciosa, hace levantar nues-
SAO PAULO, Brasil, (NC)
Simplemente Dios se servi- tros ojos hacia otra luz mas alta, que esta sobre las estre.
Velloso, firmaron aqui la ra- Veintisiete jovenes de la fe- gro de muerte, presentalo al
lias; en cambio los fuegos artificiales, a lo mis, levantan
tificacion del acuerdo de 26 roz tribu de los indios Xa- ra de t( para que nazca un sacerdote y df a este lo que nuestras miradas hasta la altura de los tejados. Los fuegos
le noviembre de 1960 entre vantes pasaron una vacaci6n nuevo hijo para la Iglesia. Cla- hiciste y como lo hiciste. El artificiales son para los ojos del cuerpo: las estrellas son ante
la Santa Sede y Paraguay por en el Col«gio Corazon le Je- ro estA que eso es enorme y sacerdote, una vez enterado todos los pueblos y para todos los siglos: las bengalas se reducen
•1 que se establece en este sus aqui como invitados die la no me extrana que te emo- de tu modo de actuar, supli- a una sonrisa popular entre los dias de trabajo. Los pensa-
pais'sudamericano el Vicaria- Mision Salesiana de Sangra- clones, pero nunca hasta el ra tan solo las ceremonias del mientos chillones pertenecen a la pirotecnia del espiritu: los
to Castrense d« las Fuerzas douro, «n el Mato Grosso, punto de perder la serenidad. bautismo. De ellas hablaremos pensamientos profundos los pone Dios como le place en un
Armadas. donde se educan. Deja para luego esa alegria «n nuestro pr6ximo artfculo. cielo "inimitable".
Page 24 Jtanuary'12, 19621 THE VOICE Miami, Florida
Concentration R eligiosa
En el Stadium de Miami
El triduo de oraciones y
conferencias para los Cat61i-
SECCION ESPAROLA cos de habla hispana de la
Gran Area de Miami, comen-
DE zara el mie'rcoles 24 de enero
y terminara con una gran
"concentracion religiosa" el
sabado 27 de enero en el Sta-
dium de Miami.
Sacerdotes de habla hispa-
na conduciran el triduo en las
siguientes iglesias: en la igle-
sia de Gesu el Padre Armando
Llorente S.J.; en la iglesia de
Corpus Christi el Padre Fran-
cisco Villaverde O.P.; en la DIRECTORES VOCACIONALES de veinticin^o didcesis de los Estados Unidos, se reunieron
iglesia de SS. Peter and Paul en Miami Beach donde tuvieron tres dias de con'erencias la semana pasada. Mons. Philip Han-
el Padre Joaquin Guerrero, en nan, Obispo Auxiliar de Washington, se dirigi 3 a los delegados en el banquete de despedida
la iglesia de St. Michael el en el Hotel Americana. LA VOZ L A VOZ
Padre Ji/i"oe Z^z ^h^^p.^e; en
la iglesia de St. Brendan el
Padre Eugenio del Busto; en
la iglesia de Little Flower el
Padre Angel Villaronga O.F.
El triduo serS en honor del
Coraz6n de Jesus y como pre-
paraci6n a la publica profe-
si6n de fe en el Stadium de
Miami, en donde celebrarA mi-
ea pontificial el sefior Obispo
Coleman F. Carroll.
Se atenderan confesiones
durante todos los dias del tri-
duo. Una marcha de antor-
chas preceded a la misa del
Stadium. Una gran estatua
del Sagrado Coraz6n se erigi-
ra en el Stadium y estara
alumbrada por luces que re-
presentarAn a todos los paises
EL CENTRO HISPANO CATOLICO, es de todas las obras Durante la misa uno de los
diocesanas la que mas ha llamado la atenci6n nacional, debido sacerdotes asistentes se dirigi-
al enorme trabajo que ha desempenado en favor de la gente ra en Espafiol para los lati-
de habla hispana, especialmente de los refugiados cubanos. noamericanos y otro hablara
Fue fundado en el ano de 1959. en Ingle's para Ios america-
Autoriza Mons. Coleman F. Carroll El Padre Villaverde y el
Padre Villaronga tienen a su
Misa Televisada Cada Domingo cargo Ios preparatives para es-
"La enfermedad y el su- mo para los demas. "Pedid y te evento, se espera que milei
frimiento ofrecidos a Dios recibireis". Son innumerables de Cat61icos de habla Espano-
y aceptados con resignaci6n, los favores que los enfermos la asistan a todas estas cere-
atraen innumerables bendi- pueden obtener pidiindole a
Dios que acepte sus sufrimien- monias.
ciones sobr« los enfermos y
•obre los demls". Dijo el tos, «u enfermedad y sus
•enor Obispo Coleman F. Ca- dolores".
rroll, durante la misa televi-
•ada para los enfermos.
El narrador durante la inau-
guraci6n del programa de la
E 1 Obispo de la Diocesis,
> misa televisada fue el Padre El Semanario Cafolico
Coleman F. Carroll, celet>r6 Louis M. O'Learly O.P. Todos que no Debe Fallar en
una misa Pontificada rezada los domingos se seguira pre- Ningun Hogar
en la estacion WLBM-TV, Ca- sentando la misat elevisada
nal 10, y ha dado permiso por la estacion WLBM, canal
especial para que se siga ce- 10, a las 11:30 a.m. Este es
I /ido todos los domingos otro de los programas preisen-
esia misa televisada a las 11 tado po-r la comision de radio
y 30, a fin le que sea con- y television de la Diocesis de
suelo espiritual para todas Ios Miami.
catolicos de la Di6cesis de Todos los domingos, a las
Miami que se encuentren re- 11 de la maiiana, por la es-
cluidos por enfermedad en tacion WCKT, canal 7, se pre-
sus propias casas, en hospita- senta el programa "Que yo
les o en casas de reposo. Vea". En este programa se te-
levisan todas las actividades Extendemos una cordial
"Todos tenemos que lle- invitacion al publico
yar alguna cruz, dijo el Obis- de la Iglesia Catolica en el Latino para presenter al
,po Carroll a los televidentes, Sur de la Florida. Dirige es-
SR. ROBERTO PEREZ
y todos sabemos que~si que- te programa el Padre David
remos llegar al cielo, tene- J. Heffernan.
anteriormente con el
mos que tomar nuestra cruz Un programa radial de no- ndustrial Bank;Habana, Cuba
y llevarla en seguimiento de
nuestro Divino Salvador. Las
ticias catolicas ei transmitido
cada domingo por la estaci6n
DESE1WPACANDO 100,000 rosarios que Ios catoll-cos de Ios Estados Unidos e Irlanda obsequian al
pueblo venezolano. El Padre Patrick Peyton (iziuierda) direetor de la Cruzada del Rosario en
cruces alcanzan innumerables
gracras y betidiciones tanto
radiodifusora WGBS a las 6
y 30 p.m. Habla Monsenor
Familia y Mons. Cayetano del Duca, sacerdote venezolano director de la Cruzada en Caracas. irst National Bank
Mons. del Duca, ayudado por un grupo de hombres y mujeres venezolanas, ha formado en el 100 MIRACLE MILE
para los que las padecen co- John J. Fitzpatrick. pais Un Comite permanente de la Cruzada del Rosario. CORAL GABIES, FLORIDA i
Jcwtuary, 12, J9«2, THf VOICE, Miami,* Florida P O9 e 25
The Question Box
God Love You
How To Keep A Secret
Most Reverend And Refrain From Lying
Fulton J. Sheen By MSGR. J. D. CONWAY
Q. I would like your advice on a very common problem: that of
keeping private affairs private from people who ask direct questions
and doing it without having to sin — in other words to tell lies?
Although we are scandalized at Sartre who, in his own
atheistic way, said, "Other people are hell," it is too true A. It is a real problem — one
which requires good judgment, I suspect that social harmony
that some persons are largely interested in their own prob- would be thoroughly d;-"" '*)ted
lems. But the contrary must be emphasized. We do not prudence, charity, and often a
nimble wit. Sometimes we are if everyone told every! It
save ourselves alone; we pray in the context of "Our tempted to tell the nosey person might be worse than an epi-
Father," not "My Father." Our economics are social; we to mind his (or her) own busi- demic of lying.
ask for "our daily bread," that is bread for the people ness, but that is not a good way The honest, reliable man is
to keep friends or stifle curios- one who can be trusted with a
of India and Vietnam, not just "my bread." Pardon is
ity. Neither does it display that secret, as well as one who can
not asked for "my sins" alone; we beg forgiveness for be depended upon to tell the
charity and tolerance which we
"our trespasses." The concern with self is especially evi- should have for people with truth. And very often the obli-
dent in today's fanatical building of fallout shelters and "The atmosphere of deep reverence made one feel he faults — possibly faults different gation of keeping a secret can
subsequent discussions of the shooting of an intruder, was truly in God's presence." from ours. be much greater than that of
speaking the truth.
Many moralists would have us It is my own idea — not
vSURE acquire dexterity in equivoca- everyone will agree with me —
tion — an art by which we suc- that when these two obligations
ceed in giving a false impression
ok Us To Mass without actually saying false
words. Personally I consider
come into conflict, and the duty
of secrecy is clearly paramount,
we should not stammer through
this sort of thing dishonest —
Js To Church not with the nosey questioner,
but with ourselves. It permits us
self-conscious evasions, or con-
trive intricate mental reserva-
tions. Simply give a blunt state-
"That attendance quickened to kid ourselves — to have a' ment which will lead the nosey
Galen's desire to return to satisfied sense of truthfulness, meddler off the trail of your
the practice of his Faith and because our words, carefully secret. I think that is what so-
kindled my interest to learn analyzed, could be understood ciety rightly expects of us. It
more about it. The church, St. truthfully — and at the same is truth in the broad, conven-
Raphael's, was a mission at- time to be deliberately decep- tional, practical, honest and up-
tended by Father Joseph F. tive — because we know our right sense. It is truth very
Kempinski, S.V.D., from St. questioner will misunderstand similar to a hearty "Good morn-
Peter's in Pine Bluff. He gave us. ing!" when the weather is lousy
us a complete course of in- and you have a hang-over. It is
struction, twice a week, for This is the scrupulous man's
way of solving a problem: it truth similar to: "You look
several months and Mr. and beautiful, Darling," when she
Mrs. Strachata thoughtfully quibbles, quakes and chisels.
Besides it puts a premium on really looks like a witch. Just
came with us until we felt think what would happen if you
completely at home. cleverness; most of us aren't
- sharp enough to think up these told her the plain, factual, an-
"I was greatly stirred by the apt evasions. We fumble around alytical truth. Even an indis-
doctrine of the Real Presence on the borders of truth and give creet silence might stir up a
and I began to understand why the whole secret awayr storm.
Catholics are so reverent and It seems to me that this equiv- Of course, you can let a line
devout at Mass. I perceived ocation business — often called like this pull you under. Virtue
too how Christ taught this doc- mental reservation — is based is a happy mean! An honest
trine most clearly. He promised on a narrow, technical, mechan- man can be trusted to give you
to give us His flesh to eat and" ical concept of truth: as though the truth when you have a right
His blood to drink, and He ful- it were an objective conformity to it, to keep your secrets faith-
filled that promise at the Last of words with ideas. Actually we fully, and to avoid needless of-
Supper, when He instituted the are truthful only when we hon- fense in the process.
Holy Eucharist. estly convey our thoughts to an-
other person: our truth must
"The whole sacramental sys- reach him — or we must intend
tem serves to channel to the that it reach him. We do not
recipient the fruits of the Re- speak truth merely by setting
demption and to nourish his up sound vibrations of the prop- Jan. 14 — Second Sunday after
from service m KVHU >.«. .., spiritual life. The mercy and er frequency.
i j ~^ ..t»» w juu, out that they may be heaven! and was working in Arkansas. Epiphany. Mass of the Sunday,
love of God are wonderfully re- Gloria, Credo, preface of the
Just remember that The Society for the Propagation of the I had been reared a Presby- So far I have been no help to
flected in the sacrament of Pen- Trinity.
Faith is the Holy Father's own society to aid all missions terian and as there was no you; I am "talking around your
ance, wherein the penitent re-
Catholic church in our town, question. Jan. 15 — St. Paul the Hermit,
in all places. He asks that he be "first and principally sided." ceives pardon for his sins.
we were married in 1946 by a There are two factors to your Confessor. Mass of the feast,
And those are not my words — they are his. Will you not justice of the peace. "He must, however, be tru- problem: (1) our duty to be Gloria, second prayer of St.
help love all men through him? Thank you. ly sorry and determined nev- truthful, and (2) our obligation Maurus, Abbot, common pref-
"We lived in various small er more to offend God. Here of keeping secrets. And the dif- ace.
towns in Arkansas, and attend- then I perceived was the ficulty results from a conflict Jan. 16 — St. Marcellus I, Pope
GOD LOVE YOU to Mrs. J.S. for $10 "I had planned ed whatever church happened Church founded by Christ and between them: it seems we can- and Martyr. Mass of the feast,
to spend this on a permanent, but I now realize it is bet- to be there. Galen never felt at clothed with His. authority to not possibly discharge both du- Gloria, common preface^
home, however, in any of them preach and to teach. ties.
ter to spend it on a spiritual heir than on my hair." Jan. 17 — St. Anthonr hot.
and hence we didn't join any. The answer towards which i
. . . to M.A.S. for $16 "This amount covers 100 feet on God blessed us with nine chil- "I was received into the Mass of the feast, Gloria, com-
am groping is that the conflict mon preface.
the mile of.pennies being collected for the Missions. To •dren and we felt increasingly Church, our marriage was vali- results from a faulty concept of
date, I've sent in 51,176 pennies." . . . to Miss C.C.W the need of religion in our lives. dated, and our nine children our duty to be truthful — one Jan. 18 — .Ferial Day. Mass of
for $1 "I promise to send the Holy Father any money Years later we moved to a have been baptized. Galen's fa- which is too narrow. the preceding Sunday without
place in the country some miles ther, mother and two brothers Gloria and Credo, second
I earned by mending stockings." have also entered the Church. Truthfulness is a virtue which
from Pine Bluff. . prayer of St. Prisca, Virgin
Our family now is closer togeth- urges us to speak and act in
and Martyr, common preface.
NEW EXPERIENCE conformity with our conviction.
er and we have never been Jan. 19 — Ferial Day. Mass of
MISSION combines the best features of all other maga- "Our neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. happier. Never can we suffici- Its principal obligation is social:
Joe Strachata, were Catholics people who live and work to- the preceding Sunday with-
zines: stories, pictures, statistics and details, human interest. ently thank the Strachatas for
and invited us to go to church gether need to trust one an- out Gloria and Credo, second
Take an interest' in the suffering humanity of the mission bringing us to Mass, Father prayer of St. Marius, St. Mar-
with them. My husband, his Kempinski for instructing us, other. In many cases there may
world and send your sacrifice along with a request to be brother and I w«nt with them also be obligations of justice tha and Companion Mar-
put on the mailing list of this bi-monthly magazine. and God for the precious gift of tyrs, third prayer of St. Can-
to Mass. It was a new experi- faith." and charity towards individuals;
ence for me. Instead of the peo- we could harm them if we tell ute, common preface.
ple visiting with one another, Father O'Brien will be them untruths. Jan. 20 — St. Fabian and Sebas-
SHEEN COLUMN: Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice they were silent and so engross- , glad to have converts send However,' like most virtues, tian, Martyrs. Mass of the
to it and mail it to Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen, National Direc- ed in prayer that you could their names and addresses truthfulness is a mean between feast, Gloria, common preface.
tor of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 366 Fifth have heard a pin fall. The at- to him at Notre Dame Uni- two extremes. We can sin by Jan. 21 — Third Sunday after
Avenue, New York 1, N. Y., or your Diocesan Director, Rev. mosphere of deep reverence versity, Notre Dame, Indi- excess of it. We may violate Pentecost. Mass of the Sunday,
made one feel he was truly in ana, so he may write their both charity and justice if we Gloria, Credo, preface of the
Neil J. Flemming, 6301 Biscayne~BIvd., Miami 38, Fla.
God's presence. conversion stories. tell all the truths we know. And Trinity.
56 January Y2^' 1 9 « s !
' THT' VOICE • Miami, Florida
HOLLYWOOD IN FOCUS
LEGION OF DECENCY
RATINGS — FILMS MORALLY-UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR
TV Commercials And Business Decay
Across the Bridge Honeymoon Machine Queen of Pirates By WILLIAM H. MOORING, movie or TV story between 21) and another about a rabbi filming, director Ida Lupino,
Alamo Horse Soldiers- Ride Out tor Revenge
Alias Jesse James Hound That Thought Saintly Sinners author and audience is typi- ("The Bar Mitzvah of Major with the help of Father Brian
All.Hands On DecK
Babes In Toyland
He Was A Raccoon
I'll Give My Life
Second Time Around
Sergeant Was A Lady As long as the public h,as to Orlovsky") due next April 15.
Battle Flame In Between Age fied by "The Little Hours," Kane (he assists Msgr. John
Beyond Time Barrier In Wake of Stranger
pay for "free" TV we shall get in which John Payne is to
Big Gamble Invasion Quartet Slaves of Carthage , some commercials that are bet- Dramatizing in half an hour, Devlin, official advisor to the
Big Jeeter Invisible Boy Snow Fire . 5 play a parish priest, on <J.E.
Big Night Invisible Invaders Spy in the Sky ter than the program or the studios) was readjusting a vio-
Blood and Steel It Happened To Jane Stop. Look and Laugh Theater, CBS, Jan. 21. the busy day of an "average"
Boy and the Pirates John Paul Jones Story of Ruth product, some that are cun- lation of the Seal of Confession
Boy Who Found Jungle Cat
Kidnapped Summer To Remember parish priest is like spilling the
Cast A Long Shadow Killers of Kilimanjaro
Swiss Family Robinson
Sword And The Dragon '
ningly cut into the entertain- David Burke, in charge of Pacific into Lake Erie. Of that someone other than Crean
Cimarron Lad. A Dog Tammy Tell Me True ment; some that are silly; G.E.
Clown And The Kid Ladies Man Teenage Millionaire . television programs, de- scores of prospective stories, had written in, and re-balancing
Comancheros, The - Last Angry Man Ten Who Dared some that are insulting.
Conspiracy of Hearts Last Dawn There Was, A Crooked cided this season's series should Robert J. Crean's "The Little Crean's delicate contrasts which
Crash Landing Last Days of Pompeii Man
David And Goliath Last Voyage Tomboy And Champ place upbeat accent upon cur- Hours" was the choice. someone else, to save time, had*
Days of Thrills and Left, Right and Center Toughest Man Alive Whether they insult our taste
Laughter T.ibel Trapp Family . > rent problems, three segments
Dentist In Chair Life of Maria Goretti Trouble In The Sky or intelligence; most of us feel When I caught up with the written out!
Desert Attack Lost World Twelve Hours To Kill to point up the inspirational val-
ert Patrol Majority Of One Twelve To The Moon defenseless. If we tune out the
'id Man Who Wagged . Two Little Bears ue of religion.
tfzzled Heaven His Tail Under Ten Flags blurb we may forget to tune
w^cape from Terror
Face In the Night
Face of Fire
Master of World
Man On A String
Up In Smoke
Valley of Dragons
Voyage to Bottom o£ Sea
back the broadcast. Perhaps This broke down into one play
most of us develop a thick skin about a Protestant minister BRAKES RELINED
Flisht That Mighty Crusaders Warrior and Slave Girl of cynicism or ridicule. Few of ("Money and the Minister,"
Flute And Arrow
Miracle of the Hills
Misty Watch Your Stern us ever write to sponsors and which Ronald Reagan and Nan- fS $0^5 TR
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Forever My Love Murder, She Said When Clock Strikes ».HWM X US I T FOREIGN
For the Love of Mike Mysterious Island Whistle Down The stations to appraise or protest cy Davis did last Nov. 26); one
Francis of Assfsl Nine Lives Wind
Gambler Wore A Gun On The Double Wild Heritage ', the programs as Leroy Collins, about a Catholic priest (for Jan. • 30,000 MILE GUARANTEE •
Gift of Love Parent Trap, The Wings of Chance ;
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Guns Of Navarone
Handle With Care
Hey Boy. Hey Girl
Pirates of Tortuga
Power Among Men
World Was His Jury
World Without End
now N. A. B. president, suggests
we do, in the New Year issue AP Places 'El Cid1
ABC BRAKE SERVICEMember: IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PARISH
Question 7 You Have To - of TV Guide.
Hey, Let's Twist Run Fast :
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ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS The most deplorable fact is Among The 10 Best
All the Young Men Hell Bent For Leather Samar not that TV advertisers get
As The Sea Rages Hl£h Powered Rifle Sardonicus The Associated Press has se-
Balloon Hit And Run Say One For Me
Battle of the Sexes Holiday For Lovers Scapegoat away with tricks and gim- lected the color spectacular,
Because They're Young Home Is In An Alley
Incident Scent of Mystery micks to deceive us, but that "El Cid," now appearing at the
Bells Are Ringing Kings Go Forth Secret of Deep Harbor
Beware Of Children Lineup Secret Partners as ostensibly honest business- Roosevelt Theater on Miami
Black Sunday Li vine Idol Shadow Of Fear
Blueprint For Robbery Magic Sword The
Born To Be Loved
Shadow 0 f The Cat
So Lovely — So Deadly
Sons Without End
men they argue before the
Federal Trade Commission
Beach, as one of the 10 best
pictures of the year, sure to be LAWSON
Bride to the Sun Man In Cocked Hat
Stranger At My Door that deliberate deception is nominated for the Academy
Man In The Moon
Man In The Net Stranger In My Arms justifiable and does not vio- Awards of 1961. The film also INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
But Not For Me Man Who Died Twice Surrender Hell
Bridge To Sun Marie Octobre Teenage Bad Girl late good ethics or business has received an A-l rating from
Cage of Evil Mask, The Teenage Caveman
City After Midnight
Colossus Of Rhodes
Ten Seconds To Hell
Thunder In The Sun morality. This is an appall- the Legion of Decency.
Counterplot Most Wanted Man Time Bomb
Cow And t Mountain Road
Tormented ing exposure of moral decay. Complete Insurance Facilities
Crazy For Love Naked Edge Trapped In Tangiers
Date With Disaster Trunk, The
Day of Fury Neapolitan Carousel
No Place To Hide Twenty Plus Two Millions of sensible viewers
Dead To The World Twist Around The
Deadly Duo No Where To Go
Once Upon A Horse Clock brush off TV commercials that
Deadly Companions Operation Bottleneck Two Rode Together PHONE FR 1-3691
Devil at 4 O'clock Outsider. The Unforgiven pretend to show how pills work
Eleventh Commandment Party Crashers Virtuous Bigamist
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Floods of Fear
Flower Drum Song
Four Ways Out
From Hell It Came
Pleasure Of His Company Walking Target
Pocketful iof Miracles
Porgy And Bess
E'fe* 0 !. F e a r
Walk Like A Dragon
Weekend With Lulu
W i l d a n dT h e
complexions respond to smears
of soap. Other millions simply
do not know that to look white
Gcnezal Delia Rovere
Gazebo Rabbit Trap
Gidget Goes Hawaiian Raisin In TownSun
wink Of An Eye
Woman Hunt on TV, shirts and sheets must 6 Famous Makes * Clothes for the Entire Family!
Gold of 7 Saints Rebel Woman Obsessed •fa Lowest Prices
Goliath and the Dragon Risk. TheTreasure
Young Doctors, The
Young Savages be pale blue.
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Ada Hell Is A City Please Turn Over Too many TV sponsors oper- •fc Guaranteed Services A T BUDGET PRICES
All In Nieht's Work Heroes Die Young Plunderers, The
Another Time, Another Home From The Hill Portrait In Black ate on the principle that a lie
Place House of Intrigue Purple Gang
Angel Wore Red
Ask Any Girl
Bachelor In Paradise
Back To The Wall
Best Of Everything
Big Deal On
I'm All Right Jack
Inherit The Wind
It Started In Naples
Return To Peyton PIac<
Rocco and His Brother
Roman Spring Of
Ring Of Fire
if repeated often enough, be-
comes for many, a truth. When
apparently reputable American
Madonna St. Key Witness Roots of Heaven manufacturers refuse to rec-
Black Orpheus La Notts Brava
League of Gentlemen
Sail A Crooked Ship
ognize moral distinctions be-
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Breakfast At Tiffany's Let No Man Write
Season of Passion
Seven Thieves J A 3-4337
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Seven Women From
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Dark At Top Of Stairs Make Who Understood
That Kind of Woman
This Earth Is Mine
Day of the Outlaw Women ing, is in jeopardy.
Double Bunk Three On A Spree
End of Innocence • Mirror Has Two Faces Thunder of Drums
Explosive Generation Ninth Circle Touch of Larceny "Smart Buyers Get The H. N. FOUNTAIN SAYS:
Facts Of Life Nun And The Sgt. Town Without Pity
Odds Agqjnst Tom'row Tunes Of Glory
As Bishop Sheen has pointed
Fast And Sexy "You'll Always Save Here"
Five Golden Hours
Four Fast Guns
One, Tw6, Three Two Women out, if they cheat on the pro- Best Buys at McBride's"
Once More With West Side Story
French Mistress Feeling Why Must I Die gram how can the public ex-
Girl With A Suitcase
Grass Is Greener
One Foot In Hell
Wonders of AHadin pect them not to cheat on the • .
Happy Thieves One Plus One Yesterday's Enemy
Operation Eichmann Young Have No Time product? The Largest Stock ot
Operation Petticoat Young One
B — MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL In case you missed The Cath- Imported and Domestic
Angel Baby Head Of A Tyrant Pretty Boy Friend
Bachelor Flat House of Women
Private Lives of olic Hour, January series on Wines and Liquors
Back from the^Dead
House On The
the 7th, tune in (NBC, 10:30 In the Greater Miami Area
It Started With a Kiss Raw Edge
It Takes A Thief Rebel Breed a.m. PST, 12:30, CST) on Jan. •
Blood And Roses Jazz Boat Revolt of Slaves 14 for "Catherine My Mother,"
Born Reckless Joker, The Right Approach
Bramble Bush Juvenile Jungle
Kiss Them For Me
Rock Pretty Baby
Rookie story of St. Catherine of Siena. PL 7-1160 of
Breath of Scandal Law, The
Bride and the Beast Lesions of Nile Room At The Top "Fire Watch," based on Tho- FREE DELIVERY IN THE WEST PALM BEACH
BuLterfield 8 Let's Make Love Sanctuary
Can-Can Lisette Shakedown mas Merton's "The Sign of Ju- NORTH DADE AREA
Carry On, Nurse Soloman and Sheba
Some Came Running
Located at Telephone
Carthage In Flames Live Fast, Die Young
Some Like It Hot das," plays Jan. 21, same time •
Circus of Horrors
Crack in the Mirror
Look In Any Window
Love In Goldfish Bowl Sons And Lovers and stations. Olive and Datura TEniple 3-2581
Cry For Happy Mad Dog Coll Splendor In Grass
Curse of the Werewolf Magdalena Shadow
Dcs'ti-e In Dust
Man in the
Strangers When We
Stranglers Of Bombay
There's many a slip 'twixt E.McBRIDE-LIQUORS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
D -• Eye Mania Subway in the Sky 734 N.E. 125th St.
i: Ip Girl Man of the West Take A Giant Step cup and lip, but from script to
E. j f Fury Man on the Prowl Telltale Heart screen is a riskier trip. North Miami's Smartest
Eii'iuh Day of Marines Let's Go Terror in the Night
The Week Mark, The This Angry Age Liquor Store YOUR CHOICE OF FREE GIFTS
Esther and The King Marriage Go Round Three On A Spree
Five Branded Women Mary Had A Little
Matter of Morals, A
Too Bad She's Bad
Too Late Blues
What happens to many a When you open a new account of $250.00 or more
Five Gates to Hell Too Young for LoVe
From Hell To Eternity Middle of the Night Two Faces of
From The Terrace Minotaur
Fugitive Kind M.isfits Dr. Jekyll
Girl In Room 13 Morgan The Pirate Two Loves "35 Years of Dependable Service"
Girl's Town Most Dangerous Vice Raid
Goddess Of Love Man Alive Warrior Empress
Go Naked In World
Gone With the Wind
Guns Of Black Witch
Never So Few
Night of the Quarter
What Price Murder
Where Boys Are
Wife For A Night
Happy Anniversary Wild In The Country
Nights Of Rasputin
Of Love and Lust
Wind Cannot Head
World By Night and NEUROLOGY INSTITUTE IMPORTED
Ued of Grass Love Is My Profession Prime Time LADIES'
Private Property • FOR TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL UMBRELLA
'Cold Wind In August Question of Adultery
gome Dance With Me Tease Night Heaven Fell and PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESSES, ALCOHOL
Fxpresso Bongo Mating Urge Saturday Night And
Flesh Is Weak Naked Night Sunday Morning and DRUG HABITUATION.
Green Mare, The Never On Sunday Sins Of Mona Kent "Open Friday Evenings 'til 7:3O"
Lady Chatterly's Oscar Wilde Third Sex
Port Of Desire
Young and Damned • A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS m. SAVE BY THE 22nd EARN FROM THE 1st
OF LEADING NEURO-PSYCHIATRISTS.
Circle of Deception
Girl of the Night ,
King of Kings
La Dolce Vita
Never Take Candy
From A Stranger
Suddenly, Last Summer
(**A separate classification is given to certain films which, while
not morally offensive, require some analysis and explanation as a
* PRIVATE ROOM WITH BATH
RATES ARE FLEXIBLE * CAPACITY LIMITED
mr/ S A V 1 N G S o n dLOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI SHORES
protection to the uninformed against wrong interpretation and false
conclusions.) \ 7 i 7831 N.E. Miami Ct. PL 7-1824 or PL 4-5354 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
(Please dip and save this list. It will be published periodically.)
1962? VOICE. , . Mij«mj, 27
T H E M A R K E T P L A C E F O R
(Announcements - Sales - Services -Rentals Real Estate
POSITIONS WANTED - FEMALE
BUSINESS SERVICES St. Michael's Parish - Experienced
Ad dollars stenographer wishes employment,
HOME IMPROVEMENT: We proudly present the following
part or full time - OR will
BOOKKEEPING consider work as baby sitter. APPLIANCE REPAIRS
I N C O M E T A X RETURNS Any area. REFERENCES. FR 7-3336 Refrigerators, Washers, Electric
produce more Ranges and Air Conditioners
WALTER A. HILLENBRAND Positions Wanted - MALE or FEMALE
^3510 N. W . 2nd Ave. FR 3-2071 REPAIRED I N YOUR HOME.
When you need office workers - Any area. CALL 271-3482 INSTRUCTION DRAPERIES
where interest is greater! industrial or construction help CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES, J |
Dresses & Suits - Alterations please call CA 1-1889 St. Vincent
BUILDERS ST. JAMES PARISH SLIPCOVERS - REASONABLE ^
1141 S. E. 6th Ter. Ft. Lauderdale De Paul Society (St. Brendan's BUILDING CONTRACTOR - Licensed Special help for slow learners. CA 1-7309 or HI 8-3194
Call OR Phone 525-5106 Conference) CA 1-5704 Tuesday, and Insured; also Job Supervision Private or group instruction
HEARING AIDS Thursday or Saturday A M s & Administration. Fine references. available • Reading, Phonics "Consistent calls from ad ^
FIND YOUR CALL J. B. Corter W l 7-5765 and Arithmetic. good business & satisfied
HEARING AID GLASSES
(Member of Holy Family Parish) CALL MU 5-2269 Now. customers." • Mrs. B. Sherwood
Complete Prescription Fitted FOR SALE
ONE STOP SERVICE BUILDING REPAIRS "Fabulous response • pupils
PRECONDITIONED AUDIENCE Repairs Supplies Battene!
FOR SALE - BOATS •AL - The Handyman from 4 parishes." - Mrs. V. Hook
We are not undersold Enclose carportes, painting, » PERSONALS WHITE-TITE ROOFS
NEW CUSTOM HOUSE BOAT,
7501 N. E. 2nd AVE. PL 7-5261 jalousies, carpentry, masonry &
furnished, 22x40, leaving t o w n . , Dressmaking & jine alterations. 'Wonderful response from our
through INSURANCE 2051 N.W.I 4th St. Sb. side of River
household repairs. N o job too
VERY REASONABLE 'Voice 'ad - many calls from
, small. W l 7-6423 or W l 5-7878
Gil Haas Insurance, Inc BUILDING MATERIALS CARPENTRY - PAINTING ETC. Phone PL 7-8016 Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton
A t t TYPES OF INSURANCE SAVE $$$ O N BUILDING SUPPLIES etc" • Mr. Jesse Scalzo
'Voice? Mart advertising GENERAL HOUSEHOLD REPAIRS "Pleased with the calls &
1338 N W 36th St NE 5-0921 Lowest Prices in Town ! ! business from ad." - E. Bardoly VENETIAN BUND SERVICES
For Estimate - Call FRED
GIL HAAS SKIP HAAS
SPECIAL-WHILE THEY LAST NE 5-3463 - Member CorDUs Christ! POSITIONS WANTED - FEMALE Tapes, Cords, Blinds Refinished
Sell America's 220 Ib. Shingles, white, CARPENTER - all around house
St. Theresa's Parish - Daytime or Repaired In Your Home.
M O V I NG? repairs. Reasonable, reliable. All Call BILL FR 14436
Have Trucks for All Size Jobs (Regular price $9) N O W . . $ 6 child or infant care for working
A L S O work guaranteed, S.W. M O 6-6325 "Our ad paid for itself more
Call Joe NE 5-2461 mother. Experienced. MO 1-3270
Fastest growing OPTICIANS 500 Sheets 4x8 PLYWOOD .. $3 to $5 CARPENTERS
"Good response from both ads than 3 times in first few
JALOUSIE DOORS ;... $19.50 St. Brendan's Parish - Household in the 'Voice'." - Mrs. Losado . issues." - Mrs. Wm. Hooper
ROOFING - ROLLS at $2.50 & small repairs. By job or day ROOMS - HIALEAH
Rx filled Lens, Frames Duplicated A W N I N G WINDOWS $7.5C Call J O H N CRIMMINS, Sr. HOUSEHOLD GOODS
CATHOLIC MARKET 7501 N. E. 2nd AVE. PL 7-5261 NAILS, ROOF CEMENT, PAINTS ETC. CA 1-4359 after 4 or weekends 5 piece light wood Dinette set St. John's Parish - Single room,
RADIO & TV REPAIR TAR KETTLE RENTALS $25; full size Hollywood bed, private home, kitchen privilege,
Repairs, alterations, cement near buses; $10 week. TU 7-5489 <
Tell the 'Voice' readers J O H N N Y ' S TV SERVICE "You'll like doing business with us"
work, additions, jalousies, complete $35. Call MO 74321
A N Y make or model repaired. CASH & CARRY BUILDERS SUPPLY
patios, painting. N o job too "Good results & about 15 "Rented through 'Voice' - nice
PL 8-3135 (Member St. Mary's Parish) 14 0 0 N.W. 2 9 t h S t r e e t
small. C A L L HI 4-1633 calls." • Mrs. Wm. Perry lady, other ealls." - A. Blauih
Call JACK CARNES NE 5-9765
WHO YOU ARE SIGNS HOUSEHOLD GOODS CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION .HOUSEHOLD GOODS APARTMENTS - NX.
EDVITO SIGNS PATIOS, drives, walks, floors
EASY Spinner Washer GIRARD APARTMENTS
RUGS ••new, never used, 9'xl2* Keystone, color, any size job. Bay View - 575 N.E. 29th St.
WHERE YOU M E Trucks . Walls Gold l e a f
12'xl5', 12'xl8', 12'x24', 12'x28\ in good running condition
Quality workmanship M U 8-2151 Nicely furnished STUDIO
90 N. W. 54th St. PL 8-7025
SACRIFICE, private • MO 1-8619 5825 Coral Way MO 1-3986
ELECTRICIANS apartment - low rent to part-
LIGHT YOUR WAY "Very good response - sold time manager. Call PL 7-8973
WHAT YOU DO to better business Refrigerators - $19 up
MINNET ELECTRIC SERVICES immediately." • C. M. Stephens!
CHEERFUL ESTIMATES FREE "Good results & many calls."
M A N Y FINE MODELS ' HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Mr. Maurice Girard
Specializing in Repair, Remodeling
For YOUR 'Result-Getting' Ad ELECTRO NEON SIGN CO., Inc.
ALL GUARANTEED CALL LO 6-7521 OR LU 3-2198 I Moving • KENMORE automatic APARTMENTS • N.W.
Larry Monahan, O X 1-0805
2955 N . W . 75th St.
OPEN J.-30 A.M. to 6 P.M. Specializing in Electrical Repairs washer, 3 years old, in A-l St. James Parish • Furnished
• ire the 'Voice' Mart Miami. Fla.
1137 N.W. 54th Street PL 9-6201 OUTLET INSTALLATIONS FOR condition, $50. Call MO 7-0195 4 room apartment, 2 bedrooms,
Air Conditioners & Appliances "Sold to 2nd caller the first near buses & shopping.
TAXI - CABS VACUUM CLEANERS - LIKE NEW
Licensed & Insured. For Estimate day - many other calls." 1W5 N.W. 109th St. PL 9-0826 <
Private party will sacrifice.
Call Miss Thompson 24 HOUR CAB SERVICE
GUARANTEED. Call M O 1-8619 CALL WHITEY CE 5-8734" ' Mrs. Gordon Shaw
' Serving S. W . Dade (Member of St. Brendan's Parish) '"Rented and about 4 other
CEDAR CAB - CE 5-5552 MISCELLANEOUS calls through ad." • F. Gabriele
PLaza 8-6772 WRAPPING SERVICE BRAND NEW - W O N I N CONTEST LAWN MOWER-SERVICE
21" de-luxe ADMIRAL TV • APARTMENTS - S.W.
M l A M I , LAWN MOWER C O .
THE BAREFOOT M A I L M A N Will sell at half price ! ! Authorized Service and Parts
table model, A-l condition, 6 EFFICIENCY THREE ROOM
Deadline Tuesday 6 PM 234 Valencia, C. G. (at the P.O.) 'Homelite' Self-Propelled Power months old - LIKE NEW - $80. Furnished Apartment, $45.
Fertilizers - Sharpening - Welding
Reliniout Articles, Gifts, Greeting M o w e r , 3 H.P., 2 2 " cut; 'Dellbrook' 1210 N.E. 132 St. PL 1-8430 eves
T W O STORES TO SERVE Y O U 1868 S.W. 4th St. • Apt. 3
Cards, Stationery, Gift Wrapping (Roll King) 3 in 1 Golf Cart; 2
For FRIDAY Edition ! and Mailing. Phone HI 4-1773 27 S. W . 27th Ave. Call HI 4-2305 "Sold through 'Voice' & CALL FR 3-6955
'Airex' (Eldorado) Fishing Rod &
Reel; 'Tonka Toy' Complete Truck
20256 O l d Cutler Rd. Call CE 5-4323 many other calls." • J. Mansour "This is second time we used
Set; 2 0 Volume Set 'Book of Know- LAWN SPRINKLERS Crib • to 6 years, complete $15; 'Voice' ad • results BOTH
ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPLOYMENT ledge' still in carton; 'Dirilyte ALLIED LAWN SPRINKLER 12' Westinghouse refrigerator times." • Mrs. C. Ellery
Flat Wear Set, service for 6 Lawn Sprinklers, Pumps and Wells $100; gym swing $8. ALL IN Apartments - COCONUT GROVE I
HUP. WANTED • FEMALE
When You're Planning a with chest. C A L L PL 4-8146 installed - serviced & maintained. EXCELLENT CONDITION. Brand New 'ARISTOCRAT'
WEDDING RECEPTION, DANCE, Doctor's family in St. Rose of SERVING S. FLORIDA SINCE 1940
LUNCHEON, PARTY etc. cell Lima Parish needs 'live-in' house-
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 10642 N.E. 11th Ct. 3411 Main Hwy. & McFarlane Rd.
For the ORGAN o f your choice • FREE ESTIMATES I N DADE, 1 • 2 bedroom apartments, liv-
The Knighti of Columbus Hall keeper starting March 1st.. Must "Good results, will have
NARROW'S House of Organ* BROWARD & COLLIER COUNTIES. ing room, dinette, kitchen, i
2 7 0 Catalonia A v e . , Coral- Gable* love children. References. Private other ads later." • R. Canton
2326 Hollywood Blvd. W A 3-4016 CALL M U 8-4661 OR JE 8-7073 furnished or unfurnished, air-
$35 u p . Air conditioning optional room, board & $25 week. Year 'round. Baby Bed with bumpers • $10;
ALSO Piano, Organ Service & Rentals ' conditioned & heat. Covered
$EE or CALL Bern! Di Criitafare Write to Box R.A. % The Voice Mart, PAINTING 'Early American' Lamp Shades,
HI 8-924? OR M O 1-2865 P.O. Box 37-575, Miami 3 7 , Fla. PLANTS A N D TREES Painting By Contract parking. Yearly or seasonal.
brown tones. Call MO 6-2856 CALL HI 4-6793.
Top Price For Your Coins REPEAT SPECIAL l i l t Interior - REASONABLE - Exterior
HELP W A N T E D - M A L E OR FEMALE "Had many more buyers than
UNITED STATES - C A N A D I A N LICENSED & INSURED Call "We get VERY GOOD results
Send or Write W . F. Moss '" WANTED: M a n or woman for BUSHY IXORAS-33c Vernon L. Cassell «21-2906 cribs." • Mrs. J. Lindsey
from 'Voice' ad." • G. F. Hamill
REAL ESTATE Office (vicinity I N FULL GALLON CANS
4228 Seagrape Dr. Ft. Lauderdale
Interior • P A I N T I N G - Exterior I ADMIRAL Portable Automatic HOUSES FOR SALE • S.W.
Biscayne Blvd. & 79th Street) MELANDOR NURSERY I N C L U D I N G REPAIRS Record Player $25; PHILCO Furnished spotless 1-bedroom
Typing, general clerical, filing,
O R C H I D C O R S A G E S $2 15721 N.W. 7th Ave. Wl 7-6971 FREE estimates All North Dade Portable (battery & electric) cottage, near Churches, bus &
answering phone etc. Excellent
FOR ALL OCCASIONS 8:30-5:30 Daily, Sunday • Closed Wed. Call BOB BOBAY - W l 7-2446 Radio $25. Both A-l. NE 54363 shopping. SEE THIS TODAY!!
opportunity. WRITE FULLY RE:
CALL HI 6 - 7 5 2 7 "Tell your readers about my
qualifications, general experience,
good results." - Mrs. L. Penzi MARY MULLEN
reference to BOX E.R. % The Voice Realtor • Member St. Brendan's '
Mart, P. O. Box 37-575, Miami 3 7 for YOUR 'Result-Getting' Ad
ATTENTION PARENTS: Call Ad-T^ker. PL 8-6772
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Lots - Homes - Acreage - Rentals
IF YOU LOVE CHILDREN GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO 7385 S.W. 8th St. MO 1-7662
Keep your child at grade level. $50. CALL FR 1-3962 "We get frequent calls from
Elementary subjects. Private OR 81 S.W. 29th Road our REAL ESTATE AD & just
RENT-FREE FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM
group instruction. MODERATE FEES. sold above home through
waterfront home PLUS UTILITIES "Sold through 'Voice' & many
in exchange (l)Wife willing to J SEE OUR WIDEHNE other calls." • Mrs. A. Rudner
'Voice' ad." - Mary Mullen
Call MU 5-2269 NOW. help young mother keep house and HOUSES FOR SALE - HI ALEJ"
(Member of St. James' Parish) care f o r 7 children - no cooking, of . BUILDING REPAIRS 834 W. 45th Place ' v"
5 days (2)Husband to keep up his AL - The Handyman 3 bedroom • 2 bath home
M A N Y FINE HOMES
o w n yard. Apply giving details &
references to Box C.T. % The Voice NEAR CHURCHES & SCHOOLS
jPaint & Wallpaper} • Enclose carportes, painting, LANDRY REALTY, Realtor
• jalousies, carpentry, masonry & 6268 S.W. 8th Street - Call
Mart, P.O. Box 37-575, Miami 3 7 , Fla. LISTED I N THIS ISSUE! » household repairs.. No job too MO 7-2578 or MO 74936 eves.
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS Retail sales person (experience by "FRANCE" ' small to estimate. W l 7-6423 "Sold in 1st issue • very good
preferred) for religious articles Be Smart
BIU GAGNON "It certainly PAYS to results from ads." • H. Landry
store, Northside Shopping Center. Rend and Vie The 'Voice' MART
Call O X 1-0716 for appointment. PAINTING and DECORATING advertise in the 'Voice'." Houses For Sale - W. Hollywood i
Foreign Car Spec Paint • Body Shop
• Mr. Albert La Voile
' Also Servicing all U. S make cars REWEAVERS - Experienced on FREE FREE PAINTING
Rent OR Sell ! !
1316 Flagler FR 9,5379 FR 9-7220 garment damage, moth holes, burns Half block to St. Stephen's
CARS PARKING & tears. Commission or salary.
Lj 3 MONTHS SUPPLY SOAP • CONTRACTORS Interior & Exterior Painting 6216 • 6224 S.W. 20th Street
C 3 MONTHS WRITTEN GUARANTEE • 2 new CBS houses for sale -
' Park Your Car at 'MURPHY'S' AMBER Weaving Service LICENSED AND INSURED
Parking Lot in downtown Miami 227 N. E. 79th St. PL 9-3534 5 FREE D E L I V E R Y '. ^ Free Estimates - Seasonable Van Steenberg, Realtor
222 N. W. 2nd St. 3 blocks from • F R E E I N S T A L LAT I 0 N • W. THERIAULT - MO 1-3763 CALL PL 9-9965 (24 hours)
the-Courthouse Reasonable rates PLEASE PATRONIZE • • A L L 1 9 6 2 Sample Books "I rented one & sold one in
"The ad keeps me loaded with
Mike Murphy - Prop. Member Gesu (Y)OUR Advertisers J AUTOMATIC WASHERS jjj +</Benjamin Moore Paints + work - very satisfied with my first ad in 'Voice' after
in The 'Voice' MART 3 weeks in daily & no reply."
SMALL ADS - BIG RESULTS • $45 and Up Q
response." • W. J. Theriault
t VCustom Colors • Mrs. Thelma Van Steenberg
ROOMS - N.W.
:; Kenmore • RCA Whirlpool j§ BAHAMA ISLAND ACREAGE
•• "Ft. LauderdaU't Finest Selection' Corpus Christi Parish - LARGE 20 acres on Bahama's sheltered
|j Rebuilt Like New §J i front room, 1 or 2 in new home.
4450 N . E . 20th Ave. Bay • 80 foot elevation - '
n > wood floors $15. Call NE 4-5600 ideal beaches. Call TU 8-0167
BUY - S E L I T S E R V I C E • Block to FL.ORANADA ROAD "Rented through 'Voice* ad "Sold acreage through 'Voice'
a REFRIGERATORS $ 2 5 up °j Slock S. of Holy Cross Hospital telling others." • Mrs. G. Cote
ad - good results." • R. P. Jones
H 1137 N. W 54th S t r e e t • OPEN 7:30 to 5 Men. • Sat.
% Call PL 9-6201 9
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P H O N E 544-0568
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| Msgr. Comber |
Homes For Sale - North Miami (Cont'd) COUNTRY HOMES-S.W. I* Requiem Today |
Plumbing Co. 24 HR. SERVICE
We ipecialize in plumbing repairs
ROOMS - N . E.
1 REAL ESTATE NEAR ST. JAMES'
1125 N.W. 131st STREET Epiphany Parish CORAL GABLES - A Solemn
High Requiem Mass on the sec-
9443 Park Dr., Miami Shores, Fla. EDISON REALTY O P E N 2 - 5 SATURDAY Central Air Conditioning - Heat
Day PL 7-0606 LOVELY ROOM FOR WOMAN, HOMES - INCOME PROPERTY 3 bedrooms, 8 closets, pump, 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH ond anniversary of the death of
PRIVATE BATH & ENTRANCE EDWARD J. CHARBONEAU, Realtor large fenced yard. Priced right,
Night PL 9-0355. PL 8-9622
N. E. 160th TER. Call Wl 7-1076 FHA or 4 V i % on present mortgage - ONLY $21,500 Msgr. Thomas Comber, found-
175 N. W. 62nd St. PL 1-2441
Phil Palm Plumbing ROOMS - N. W. $65 month. Eisenhart, PL 7-2511 BUILT in kitchen with family ing pastor of Little Flower
J. D. McLARTY O. J. POWELL CO., REALTORS room area. Screened patio. Near
Specializing in NEAR St. Michael's - Room for Associate • Steve Hesseq Realtor Evenings - PL 7-0195 Suniland, Expressway. Good
parish, will be celebrated at:
REPAIRS & ALTERATIONS 2, refined home, near 3 bus lines.
1445 N.E. 142nd Street
Specializing S.W. & CGablei Homei
HOMES FOR SALE • N. W.
FHA existing mortgage. 9:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 12 (to-
400 N. W. 32nd Ave. HI 4-4838. CALL. MO 1-1623 - MO 1-2704 eves.
Call PLaza 8-9896 ROOMS • S. W. LOW CASH DOWN! day,) in the parish church.
MARY MULLEN MAKE OFFER!
JACK & SON Room for employed lady, private THREE bedroom, two full heated'
home, excellent transportation, Realtor - Member St. Brendan's The St. Theresa School ChoiR>-
Plumbing Contractors baths, central heat, fenced corner, Dorothy B. Flynn, Realtor
All work guaranteed - 24 Hour Service $10. 667-6681 eves or weekends. Lots - Homes - Acreage • Rentals sprinkler, storm awnings, built-in under the direction of Mr. Paw"
7349 s.W. 8th St. CA 6-1311 7210 Red Rd. MO 7-2568 (24 hrs.)
,JACOB MILAVIC, PROPRIETOR ROOM & BOARD - MIAMI BEACH range and oven, large utility room HOMES FOR SALE - KEY LARGO Pepin will sing at the Mass for
2035 N.W. 95th St. WILLIAM C. MURPHY & carporte, FHA mortgage, $94 mo. Completely furnished COTTAGE the pioneer South Florida priest.
HOTEL RILEY for 'Professional
- ^ , ,.\ L L O X 1-482 6 Realtor no qualifying. Near Monsignor Pace in Key Largo. Ideal for those
.and Business' SENIOR CITIZENS,
Waterfront, 3 meals, diet, $150 Member - Corpus Christ! Parish High School. Drive by 4301 N.W. 178th who like fishing. All year
LOVING PLUMBING CO. 3191 N.W. 7th Ave. Ph. NE 5-295S Drive - then CALL OWNER TU 7-6174 'round living conveniences. Due
month. Supervision R.N. UN 6-2474
Licensed and Insured • 6060 Indian Creek Dr. Miami Beach JULIA G. SOTO, Broker FOUR BEDROOM, TWO BATH CBS
to illness must sell in hurry. Week Of Reparation
NEW - ALTERATIONS - REPAIRS C A L L O W N E R PL 8-8977
St. Rote of Lima Parish home - only 4 blocks to PACE High
, FREE ESTIMATES - REASONABLE APARTMENTS - N. W.
Call OX 6-2554 24 hr>. DUPLEX APARTMENT - UNFURNISHED
SALES • RENTALS Yearly • Seasonal School & NEW Biscayne College - HOMES FOR SALE - FT. LAUDERDALE Begins This Sunday
1 0 N . W . llOihSt. PL 8-9014 one block to shopping - TERMS THREE bedroom, one bath in the
ROOFING 2801 N.W. 9 5 T H ST.
REASONABLE - CALL OX 1-4901 WINCHELL open. C A L L N A 1 - 0 8 4 6 center of desirable, established, FORT LAUDERDALE — A
JOHN'S ROOFING N. E. Section. Owner forced to
Leaky Roofs Repaired APARTMENTS - COCONUT GROVE REAL ESTATE J. INSURANCE VISITATION PARISH
sell to pay for newly acquired
Week of Reparation to the Sa-
806 Ponce de Leon Blvd. HI 3-7456 Spacious, attractive, 2 nice baths,
$5 and up. Call CA 6-2790 Brand New 'ARISTOCRAT'
(Member of St. Theresa's Parish) Florida room, convenient to business, larger home. O P E N . Available cred Heart will be observed in
LEAKS - TILES REPAIRED $4 up 3411 Main Hwy. & McFarlane Rd. for immediate occupancy. Unfurnished
ALL TYPES ROOFING & REPAIRS 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, living ACREAGE FOR SALE shopping. Quick occupancy. A St. Clement Church from Sun-
real bargain. CALL Atkins, Realtor 436 N. E. 9th Ave.
LICENSED & INSURED room, dinette, kitchen, furnished 20 ACRES - on State Road - $15,000
226 N. E. 79th Street PL. 7-3481 CALL Owner LO 4-7474 day, Jan. 14 to Friday, Jan. lft.,
Call Joseph R. Facarazzo for or unfurnished, air-conditioned Business lot - 100 ft. CORNER, (10,000 HOME FO* SALE^ BOYNTONWACH
FREE ESTIMATE - CA 1-6671 & heat. Covered parking. Yearly 6UY NOW!! Call owner FR 1-3779 I D E A L LOCATION LOW DOWN PAYMENT
A Holy Hour will be held each
16 YEARS ROOFING EXPERIENCE or seasonal. CALL HI 4-6793 ACTS. FOR SALE - FT. LAUDERDALE
(Member of St. Brendan's Parish) APARTMENTS • MIAMI BEACH
Well furnished, beautiful 2 bed- ' St. Mark's Parish • Best residential day at 7:30 p.m. and short serv-
room CBS, dream kitchen, corner •rea - BRAND NEW three bedroom
SEPTIC TANKS YOU CAN AFFORD to live on Miami 1057 S.W. 30th Street lot. PRICE JUST $15,750 2 bath. Cathedral ceilings, central ices will be conducted after the
Beach - Furnished bedroom apartment BRAND NEW - two apartment,
"SEPTIC TANK CLEANING unfurnished, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths Hilda Altschul, Realtor 3035 NW 12 Av heat, carpeted, beautiful kitchen 6:30 and 8 a.m. Masses. School
Miami - Hialeah • All N. Dsde ONLY $105 month, yearly. For 3 or 4.. Call NE 5-7061 - Evenings CA 1-2334 with oven, range, dishwasher etc.
Block to ocean & bus - Near St. each; two are hotel rooms, rear Utility room, carporte, attractive children will assist at a special
R A D I O DISPATCHED SERVICE apartment now rented $85 which
Joseph's Church. Write 235 - 78th FOUR bedroom, 2 bath on waterway sheltered patio and LANAI. Mass at 11 a.m. each day.
Call PL 7-1000 anytime Street OR call UN 5-5556 pays mortgage of $81. You can near NEW Monsignor Pace High FHA available. Buy this unusual
live free in frgnt apartment. School and Biscayne College. home DIRECT from builder & SAVE I
UPHOLSTERY ft RUG CLEANING
11/2 blocks to St. Joseph's Church Excellent location - near St. Jesuit Fathers have been con-
Give your Rugs & Upholstery a Price $12,000. TERMS OPEN. Call or writ} Park wood Const. Co.
WATERFRONT - Beautiful,furnished Jerome's Church & School - also Call owner NA 1-7125 Box 177, Boynton Beach - CR 8-3422 ducting similar Weeks of Repa-
'NEW LOOK' - For ESTIMATE one bedroom apartment, efficiencies only 5 blocks to high school, 1 (ALSO will build to suit your lot) ration throughout the country
CALL Hank - PL 40898 and hotel rooms. Maid service, block to city bus & downtown. $10,500 TOTAL PRICE
VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE parking lot, close to beach & bus. Builder-owner will sacrifice for WANT TO BUY HOUSES but parish officials said the idea
CBS, 3 bedroom, FURNISHED, V/2
VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES S U N D I A L APARTMEMTS quick sale, $17,750 with $2500
cash, no closing costs. OPEN for
block to St. Mary's Cathedral & SELLING YOUR HOME ? ? is new to Florida.
Refinished ' Repairs Your Home- 8420 Byron Ave. UN 5-9186 School, $1500 down, no qualifying,
Call STEADCRAFT PL 9-6844 APARTMENTS - FORT LAUDERDALE inspection 1 to 5. . JA 3-4034 List with us today 1 !
only $75 monthly payments. F.ather Joseph C. Bilsteini
9510 N.W. 7th Ave. We need two, three and four
220 N. E. 12TH AVE. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EDISON REALTY, Realtors
(Member of St. James' Parish) bedroom homes in N.E., N. Miami S.J., director of the Jesuit Re-
NEW 1 bedroom apartment, newly Nationwide Re-Weaving Service, Dry 175 N. W. 62nd St. PL 1-2441
and N'.W. area. Atkins, Realtor. CAU.
WATER HEATERS furnished, carpeted, heated' and Cleaning Agency & Alterations, HOMES FOR SALE - S.W. treat House, Loyola of the
LOUIS E. MILLER Plumbing Co. air conditioned. Available NOW I well established, owner wishes to PL 7-3481. 226 N. E. 79th Street.
WALK to St. Brendan's - FOUR Lakes in Akron, Ohio, will con-
Water Heater Repairs & Sales $75 week. A L S O - furnished retire. We will thoroughly train bedrooms, 2 baths, $1300 down,
4102 Laguna Est. 1930 HI 8-9912 efficiency $35 week. Near St. • new owner. Amber Weaving Service. $90.35 month. 8730 S. W. 41 st Ter.
When YOU want to announce a duct the services.
Anthony's Church. J A 3 - 4 0 3 4 277 N. E. 79th Street PL 9-3534 special meeting - when your
WINDOW CLEANING' SMALl DOWN PAYMENT: Three club members need that extra
Window cleaning ALSO awnings & HOMES • N. E. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE bedroom, 1 bath. 5271 S.W. 92nd Ave. little reminder etc. - reach
KEYSTONE TOURIST. COURT CALL OWNER MO 5-5161
walls. Reasonable. Dee PL 7-3875
6307 N. E. 2nd Ave. Efficiency
SIX FURNISHED UNITS them through an ad in the Holy Name Installation
(Member of St. Mary's Parish) Good yearly rental area, room 'ANNOUNCEMENT' column --
Cottage & Trailer Spaces for expansion. Owner will trade LIKE RANCH LIFE ? ? Many people who carefully
P H O N E PL 4 - 6 2 9 5 for West Hollywood home. ST. BRENDAN'S PARISH read and answer 'VOICE' ads Set In Hialeah Sunday
W WOULD COST Ydv~\ Geo. W. Lasche, Prop.
GOOD TERMS!! FULL ACRE CORNER!! Also TELL THEIR FRIENDS.
HOMES - SOUTH MIAMI For special 'Announcement' HIALEAH — The annual
HOMES FOR SALE • N. E. THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH,
MORE THAN LARGE furnished two bedroom home, LARGE HOME - $12,600 Florida room, pool & patio. Rates - Call PL 8-6772 formal installation of the
TWO Florida rooms, dining room etc. 3 BEDROOMS, Florida room, Large closets, utility space, Holy Name Society of St."
$1500.00 Students welcome. $1-75 month. well and pump, carporte. Zoning John The Apostle parish will:,
To Send A Postcard Cotton Real Estate MO 1-6362
dining, room plus den or study.
Nice, clean home, barrel tile AU. Owner returning north. Classified Bates be held Sunday, Jan. 14, "
Want to ANNOUNCE your NEW roof, big lot. N. E. 130th St. Total price only $22,800. (Effective September 1st, 1961) after 9 a.m. Mass.
TO ALL OF THE business, address and phone area. ONE mortgage. Atkins Realtor, SEE THIS TODAY!!
READERS OF number - or an addition of 226 N. E. 79th St. PL 7-3481 3 Line - 2 Time Minimum Charge Holy Name men who have
a new member to your firm - MARY M. MULLEN, Realtor
Count 5 average words per line
THE 'VOICE' send a reminder to your club NEAR HOLY FAMILY CHURCH
7349 S. W. 8th St. (Trail)
Regular 8 Pt. Body Type
not been officially enrolled,,
members re the next meeting CALL CA 6-1311 plus all new members, will
Yet You Can or luncheon - - ? Perhaps an 790 N. E. 146th STREET HOMES FOR SALE • MIAMI BEACH
NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR CAPS
THREE bedrooms, two baths, 4 Per Per '
Reach All Of Them ad under 'Announcements' - years new, no closing costs. Cash ST. PATRICK'S PARISH Lines Times Line Issue Total
would give you good mileage 2 , .50' 1.50 3.00 Breakfast for the men and
Through.An Ad. In for ANY OF THE ABOVE. So to existing mortgage of $15,800. REDUCED!'.
PARKER REALTY - PL 9-3931 .50 1.50 4.50 their families will be served
The Voice' Mart many, many readers of the Five bedrooms, five baths with
'Voice' Classified say that HOMES FOR SALE • MIAMI SHORES servant's room and bath, large .45 1.35 5.40 in the Park Lane Cafeteria
FOR AS LITTLE AS they not only read the ads "WALK TO ST. ROSE OF LIMA CHURCH Florida room and two-car garage. 13 .40 1.20 15.60 after the ceremony.
90c PER WEEK thoroughly - but they also 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $15,900 This attractive home on 2 lots 26 .35 1.05 27.30
tell their friends ! For CENTRAL heat, tile roof, oak needs some work to brighten' 52 .30 .90 46.80
FOR DETAILS special 'Announcement' rates floors. NEAR City bus. kitchen. Attractive terms. Owner
CALL PLaza 8-6772 - - - please call PL 8-6772 PRETTY SHORES AREA. anxious. Call Marge Deland PL 8-9766 SAME RATE as ]
lines ordinary type
CYO Will Hear Talk
any day (including Saturday) PARKER REALTY - PL 9-3931 JACK JUSTICE, REALTOR SAME RATE as 2
»••••••••••••••••••• 12 PT
HOMES FOR SALE • N. MIAMI
1143 Kane Concourse - UN 6-6211 lines ordinary type On Vocations Sunday
McCormick - Boyett Plumbing Co. NEAR ST. JAMES' HOMES FOR SALE - HOLLYWOOD U n-r SAME RATE as
lines ordinary type
COCONUT GROVE — "Voca-
PROMPT DAY OR NIGHT
CHILDREN WELCOME. RENT OR BUY IQ DT S AME R A T E a s 4
. tional Inspiration for Seniors"
Plumbing Repair Service 3 bedrooms, will lease, rent
CBS HOMES • GOOD LOCATIONS
lines ordinary type
will be the topic of Father Louis
with option to buy, sell low
PLaza 7-0606 down. CALL Eisenhart, PL 7-2511
O. J. POWELL CO., REALTORS
STARTING AT $6500!
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
SAME RATE as
lines ordinary type, M. O'Leary, O.P., chaplain at
,43 Pork Drive Miami Shores
PRICES AND TERMS - RIGHT! Barry College, when he speaks
ALSO - EXCELLENT RENTALS SAME RATE
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PAGE ?9 . JANL'APY T
Wanda Warneck Robert Zwisler
Re-Roofing &Reparrs Sunday Mass Timetable
Requiem Mass was offered 'in Lit-
tle Flower" Church, Coral Gables, for
Mrs. Wanda Warneck, 68, o 252a f
Mass o Reguiem was celebrated
in St. Mary Cathedral for Robert
Zwisler, 17, of T 1 NW 110th St.
SW 18th St.
College- Of AH Types Roofs — Since 1920
ARCADIA: St. Paul, IT.
She came here 1 years ago from
HIALEAH: Immaculate Conception, 6, Maplewood. N.J. and was a member
A high school student, he is sur-
vived by His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
PALMER Roofing Co. AVON PARK: Our Lady Of Grace, 9, 10:30 and 11:30 (Spanish).
of the Polish-American Club. Sur- John Zwisler; and a brother, John.
Van Orsdel Mortuaries were in
(Ctty Auditorium), 8, 9:30, 11, 12:30, viving are her A. and Stephen T.; f
charge o arrangements.
FR 3-6244 8:30, 10. two sons, Edward
Mount St. Joseph i BELLE GLADE: St. Philip Benizi, 10.
and 6:30 D.m. two daughters, Mrs. Irene Banks and
St. John the Apostle, fi, 7. 8, 9. 10,Mrs. Harriet Parsons; one brother;
BOCA GRANDE: Our Lady of Mercy, 11, 12, 12:55 (Spanish), and 5 p.m. a sister; and nine grandchildren. HOLLYWOOD'S
0:15. HOBE SOUND: St. Christopher, 7, 10:30.
On The Ohio COMPLETE,, , FUNERALS
BOCA RATON: St Joan of Arc, 7, 9,HOLLYWOOD: Annunciation, (Madon-
10:30, 12. na Academy) 7:30. 9. 10, 11:30.
James J. Monahan
W I N N E R - WRIGHT
BOYNTON BEACH: St. Mark, 8. 10, Little Flower, 5:45, 7, 8:15, 9?30, FUNERAL HOME
10:45, 12, 1, and 5:30 p.m. W. PALM BEACH —Requiem Mass .
11:30. * Nativity, 7:15. 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, was offered in St. Juliana Church for WA 2-7555
In Suburban Cincinnati CLEWISTON: St Margaret. 8. 11:30, 12:30. f
James J. Monahan, 78, o 328 Edmond Catholic Owned
LITHGOW COCONUT GROVE: St. Hugh, 6:30, 8,St. Bernadette, 8, 9, 10, 11.
CORAL GABLES: Little Flower (Audi- 7 p.m.
St. Stephen, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 12:15 and A retired Clerk o General Sessions
Court o New York, he came here
E G. WINTTER. F.C. 1050 N. FEDERAL
A four-year liberal arts torium) 9 11:30 and 12:30 (Spanish); HOMESTEAD: Sacred Heart, 6:30, 8, 0
from that eity 1 years ago.
college for women. (Church), 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11:30, 12:30. 9:15, l ' : 3 0 .
St Thomas Aauinas Student Center.
8 30, 9:30, 10:30, 12. IMMOKALEE: Lady of Guadalupe, I I . Allen E. Brake, F.D. Jack E. Sounders, F.D.
DANIA: Resurrection (Olsen Junior High INDIANTOWN: Holy Cross, 7:45.
Prepares for teaching in Perfect School) 7, 9, 10:30, 12:15. JUPITER: St. Jude (Salhaven), 7:30, 9.
DELRAY BEACH: St. Vincent, 6:45, KEY BISCAYNE: St. Agnes, 7, 8:30,
Art, Business, Health and 8 30, 10, 11:30.
FORT LAUDERDALE: Annunciation.
10:30, 12 (Spanish).
Physical Education, Home Understanding 9:30
LABELLE: Mission, 9.
LAKE WORTH: Sacred Heart, 6, 7, 8,
Blessed Sacrament (Case Funeral 9:15, 10:30, 11:30.
Economics, Library Sci-j Throughout our years
of service. Catholic fami-
Home), 8, 9:30, 11, 12:30. St. Luke, 7 8:30, 10 and 11:30. 1480 N.W. 27th AVE. NE 4-8545
Queen ot Martyrs, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11:30, MARGATE: St. Vincent, 8, 10, 11:30.
ence, Music and Speech, lies belonging to virtually
every parish in Greater
12:30, 6 p.m. MIAMI: The Cathedral, 7, 8, 9, 1 0, 11,
St Anthony, 6, 7 8, 9:15, 10:30, 12, and 6 p.m.
as well as in Secondary Miami ' have consistently
called Lithgow Funeral 11:45. Corpus Chnsti, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
and Elementary Educa
Centers, time after time,
as often as needed.
St Bemadette,- 8, 9, 10, 11.
St. Clement, 8, 9. 10. 11:15, 12:30.
St. Jerome 8. 9:30. 11.
Gesu, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11:30, 12:30.
Holy Redeemer, 7, 8:30, 10.
KRAEER FUNERAL HOME
The continuing prefer- FORT LAUDERDALE BEACH: St. Pius X, International Airport (International R. J A Y KRAEER, Funeral Director
ence for Lithgow service 8, 10, 11, 12. Hotel), 7:15 and 8 (Sundays and Holy-
by Catholic families pre-
viously served is positive
St. Sebastian (Harbor Beach), 8, 9:30, days).
St. Mary of the Missions and St.
In cooperation with the|| proof that we have a per-
11 a.m., 12:15, 5:30 p.m.
FORT MYERS: St. Francis Xavier, Francis Xavier, 7, 8:30.
fect understanding of their St. Brendan, 7. 8. 9:15, 10:30, 11:30,
[Good Samaritan Hospital,! needs, and that Lithgow 7, 8, 10, 11.
FORT MYERS BEACH: Ascension, 8, 10. 12:30, and 5:30 p.m. 9:30,
service exceeds all require- 200 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY
^Cincinnati, the college of-1 ments. It means, too-, that
FORT PIERCE: St. Anastasia. 7. 12. St. Mary Chapel, p.m. (Spanish).10:30,
11:30 a.m. and 6
Auditorium. 9. 10:30. POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA
Lifhgow prices are consi- St. Michael, 6, 7, 8, 9 (Polish), 10
Jfers a four-year program | dered to be fair and just; HALLANDALE: St: Matthew, 6:30, 8, (Spanish), 11, 12:30 p.m., 6 p.m.; Phone WH 1-4113
otherwise, we wouldn't be 9, 10, 11, VI arid 6:30 p.m. Oade County Auditorium, 9, 10:30, 12.
[the baccalaureate degree.g called again and again by SS. Peter And Paul, 6:15, 8, 9. 10
these families! 11, 12 and (Spanish) 12:55.
CONTRACT HARDWARE St. Timothy, (SW Senior High School),
8, 9:30, 11.
Prepares dietitians and MIAMI BEACH: St. Francis de Sales,
[medical technologists. 7, 9, 11 6 p.m.
St. Joseph, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and FUNERAL
MODERNFOLD DOORS 5:30 p.m.
Far catalog address
St. Mary Magdalen: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
and 6 p.m. HOMES
St. Patrick 6, 7» 8, 9, 10, 11, 12:30
PLaza 4-5451 and 6 p.m FT. LAUDERDALE
THE DEAN MIAMI SHORES: St. Rose of Lima, 7,
MOUNT ST. JOSEPH, OHIO ,
•AVID UIHGOW, Lit
FARREY'S 8 9. 10. I K 12.
MIAMI- SPRINGS: Blessed Trinity, 6
7:30, .8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 12 and
MOORE HAVEN: St. Joseph the Work-
299 N. FEDERAL HWY. — 3501 W . BROWARD BLVD.
DAN H. FAIRCHILD
PHIL H. FAIRCHILD
7225 N.W. 7th Avenue NAPLES: St. Ann. 6, 8, 10. 11.
NORTH- DADE COUNTY: St. Monica
MIAMI • FLORIDA 8, 10, 11.
NORTH MIAMI: Holy Family, 6, 7, 8.
NATIONAL RUG CLEANERS H V V W W AUTOMATIC
9, 10, 11, 12, 6:30 p.m.
St. James, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12:15
and 5:30 p.m. '
IN WEST HOLLYWOOD
5801 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. — YU 3-6565
Visitation, 7, 8:30, 10, 11:30 and
EST. 1939 >\ TRANSMISSION S 6 p.m.
/ALL lo WALL
* PROBLEMS •'
OKEECHOBEE: Sacred Heart, 9. Boys'
OPA LOCK A: Our Lady of Perpetual
Help, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11:30.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH: St. Lawrence,
7, 9, 11, 12:15. i
WADLINGTON Funeral Homes
OUR U •DYEING"^ PLUS SEALS IV NORTH PALM BEACH: St. Clare,
7, 8:15, 9:30, 10:45, 12. IN HOLLYWOOD
• SPECIALTY^ OVERHAUL $ O 4 9 5 PAHOKEE: St. Mary, 11:30.
G •REPAIRING PLUS PARTS V ^
St. Philip (Bunche Park), 9.
PALM BEACH: St. Edward, 7, 9, 10,
12 and 5:30 p.m.
140 S. DIXIE HWY. — W A 3-6565
USED RUGS FOR SALE PERRINE: Holy Rosary, 7, 8, 9:30,
Ml Work Guaranteed
FOR FREE ESTIMATES PHONE . . . FINANCING AVAILABLE PLANTATION: St. Gregory, 8, 9:30,
Miami Shores Miami Coral Gables 11, 12:15.
North Dado Beach South Miami
U 1 1
A T M TC
POMPANO BEACH: Assumption, 7, 8,
9:30, 11, 12:15.
CARL F. SLADE, F.D.
FR 1-4761 JE 1-9036 HI 8-3223 St. Elizabeth, 8, 9, I I , 12.
69 N.W. 20th St. — FR 7-4949 POMPANO SHORES: St. Coleman. 7,
8, 9:30. 11 12:15.
PORT CHARLOTTE: St. Charles Bor-
romeo, 7, 8, 9:30, 1 I .
PORT ST. LUCIE: Marina, 8:30.
CARL F, SLADE FUNERAL HOME
CHINCH| PUNTA GORDA: Sacred Heart, 7:30,
10, 6:30 p.m. 800 PALM AVE.
BUG HIALEAH TU 8-3433
(fh&ifuaiL PROOF . . LAWNSEED
RICHMOND HEIGHTS: Christ The
King, (Martin Elementary School), 9.
RIVIERA BEACH: St. Francis, 7, A
SO M A N Y PEOPLE D O . SEBASTIAN: St. William Mission, 8 a.m
SEBRING: St. Catherine, 7, 9, 1J.
Baker Grass Industries, Miami 38, Fla. SOUTH MIAMI: Epiphany, 6:30, 8, 9,
10, 11, 12
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS • LAUNDRY • DRY CLEAN-
ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
FOR DETAILS, PHONE:
St. Thomas (South Miami Jr. High
School, 6750 SW 60th St.), 8, 10, 11.
STUART: St. Joseph, 7, 9, 11.
VERO BEACH: St. Helen, 7:30, 9. 11.
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
* SERVING •
WAUCHULA: St. Michael, 8.
WEST PALM BEACH: Blessed Martin,
Holy Name, 7, 9, 10:30, 12.
DADE COUNTY • BROWARD • MONROE • LEE • COLLIER St. Ann, 6 / 7 , 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 650 HARRISON ST. \Y/ A
MARTIN • SAINT LUCIE • PALM BEACH • INDIAN RIVER
St. Juliana, 6:30, 8, 9, 10, I I , 12.
ON THE KEYS HOLLYWOOD WA,
BIG PINE KEY: St. Mary of Pines,
200 N.E. 11th St., Miami 32, Fla. FR 7-1421 8:30, 10:30.
MARATHON: San Pablo, 6:30, 8:30,
Ofaie Johnson Funeral Director
A.k lo. L.C.W.X 10
ALUMINUM IH-'SL KEY WEST: St. Mary, 8, 7. 8:30. 10.
PLANTATION KEY: San Pedro, 6:30,
SERVING CATHOLIC FAMILIES OVER 18 YEARS
CLEAN. LONG-LASTING SMOOTH 9, 11.
OPERATION & PROTECTION FOR
Awning — Jalousie — Sliding
WINDOWS. DOORS & 101 ARTICLES
Proven since 1952 by satisfied Irish Celebration Saluted
users everywhere .
At most Builder Supply, Paint & Hardware DUBLIN (NO — Ireland's cel-
Stores". Made by Eugene Dornish & Sin.
975 S.W. 12th Street, ebration of the 150th anniversa-
Punpano Beach, Florida
ry of the death of St. Patrick
was saluted here by Archbishop
\ GREATER MIAMI'S
Antonio Riberi, Apostolic Nun-
cio. He spoke at the annual
New Year's diplomatic recep-
tion held by Prime Minister
Eamon De Valera.
PHILIP A. JOSBERSER
Replying to the Nuncio's
words, Prime Minister De Va-
lera referred to the missionary
legacy left by the Saint, and ex-
pressed the Irish desire to work "Services Within the FR 1-4423
Mention The Voice When You're Shopping for the sake of your home
closely with other European
Means of Alt' 1923 S.W. 8th Sf.
states for the common welfare
Rage ? > January 12, 1962 ,, TtfE .VOICE , Miami, Florida
Mary Mulvihill Ordained On Death* Bed,
Deaths in Diocese Mass > of. Requiem was offered in
St. Marj Cathedral for Miss- Mary
Mulvihill, 82, of J785 NW 32nd Ave.
She came here 10 years ago from
Dies 48 Years Later
SALINA, Kan. (NO — A
priest who rose from his sick
Burial was in Our Lady of Mercy
Albert E. Karch Pearl Bresnahan Cemetery, undet direction of Edward bed to be ordained and was ex-
Mass of Requiem was offered in Mass of Requiem was celebrated F. McHale & SODS Funeral Home.
Little Flower Church, Coral Gables, in St. Rose of Lima Church, Miami pected to die shortly thereafter
for Albert B. Karch, 41, of 8720 SW
41st St., who came here 15 years
ago from Pittsburgh, and was an
Shores, for Mrs. Pearl T. Bresnahan,
78, Of 10040 NW 26th Ave.
A member of the DAR, she came
John A. F. Santos died here — 48 years after his FUNERAL HOME
account superintendent for Florida here seven years ago from Landover,
Mass of Requiem will be celebrat-
ed today (Friday) at 9:30 a.m. in
"death bed ordination."
Power & Light Co. Md. Surviving are two sons, includ- St. Mary Cathedral for John" A. F.
Survivors include his wife,* Alice; ing T. Alman; a daughter, Betty L.;
a sister; six grandchildren, and 10
Santos, SS, of 1102 N.W. 87th St. He was Father Henry S. Cun- 3 Generations of
his mother, Mrs. Regina Karch; two He came here 13 years ago from
sons, Joseph and Karl; three daugh- great-grandchildren. Long Island, N.Y. and was an elec- ningham, 84, who was ordained Experience
ters, Bonnie, Jean and Alice; three Fhilb^ick's Miami Shores Funeral trical appliance service man. Surviv- in 1914 by his uncle, Bishop
brothers, Clyde, Milton and Regis; Home &hif. in charge of arrange- ing are his wife, Linda; three sisters
and a sister, Regina. ments, "^r including Mrs. Elaine La Bel la; and John A. Cunningham.
The G. D. Peden Bird Road Fu- three brothers.
neral Home was in charge^ of ar- Rosary service was scheduled at Largest Funeral
rangements. Mabel M. Weiand 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Funeral
POMPANO BEACH — Requiem Home of Edward F. McHale & Sons, Home in Dade County
who are in charge of arrangements.
Clarence A. Pecor Mass was offered in St. Coleman
Church lor Mabel Mary Weiand, 78,
Paul Butler Dies
HIALEAH — Requiem Mass was of 820 Cypress Rd. Alberto Rossodivita WASHINGTON (NO — Paul
ceT »brated In St. John the Apostle Burial was in Queen of Heaven
Cemetery, under direction of Kraeer MANALAPAN - Mass of Requiem M. Butler, 56, former chairman
* Catholic Owned
r ^h for Clarence A. Pecor, 70, was offered in St. Mark Church,
... E. Seventh Ave. Funeral Home.
^ ?ame here 28 years ago from
Boyntoh Beach, for Alberto R. Ros-
sodivita, 18, of'1400 S. Ocean Blvd.
of the Democratic National and Managed
-iwn, N.Y., and was a painter. Committee, died here in George
: * -^./lng are his wife, Anna; two Nazaire J. Theroux Surviving are his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Emilio J.; two brothers, Joseph
softs, Joseph and Clarence, J r . ; two
daughters, Mrs. Norma Shegogue
FT. LAUDERDALE — Mass of Re-
quiem was offered in St. Anthony
and Nick; and a sister, Mary Teresa. Washington University Hospital. * Prices to Satisfy
and Mrs. Josephine Joiner; a broth- Church for Nazaire J. Theroux, 83, of
er; two sisters; and five grand- 824 NE Seventh Ave. Advertisement Every Family
children. Survivors include his wife, Leona.
Carl F. Slade Funeral Home was Burial was in Queen of Heaven
in charge of arrangements. ' Cemetery.
7200 N.W. 2nd Ave. PL 1-7523
Giro Scattiglio Joseph Cunningham
Requiem Mass was offered in St. HOLLYWOOD -^ Requiem Mass
Mary Cathedral for Giro Ecattiglio, was celebrated in St. Stephen Church
72, of 3280 NW 99th St., who came for Joseph F. Cunningham, 56, of 412 Cathedral" INVALID CAR SERVICE
here seven years ago from Brooklyn. SW 62nd Ter.
Surviving are his wife, Louise; two Burial was in Queen of Heaven
sons, including John; one daughter, Cemetery, under direction of Boyd Fu-
Mrs. Margaret Kari,s; and six grand- neral. Home. i
Burial was in Our Lady of Mercy By: Gaither D. Peden, Jr.
Cemetery, under direction of Van Mildred J. Hoban
Orsdel Mortuaries. Requiem, Mass was offered in St.
James Church for Mrs. Mildred J.
Hoban, 49, of 1160 NW 107th St., who
Joseph P. Hallisey came here 37 years ago from Point "HE WHO WILL NOT REASON, ing bear, reason is an imple-
W. PALM BEACH — Mass of re- Marion, Pa.
quiem was celebrated in Holy Name Surviving locally are her husband, IS HALF A BIGOT: HE WHO ment — once awakened and used
Church for Joseph Patrick Hallisey Vincent; two sons, Paul and Daniel;
56, of 2925 Saranac Ave., a register- and two daughters, Maureen and
CANNOT IS A FOOL: AND constructively — capable of do-
ed nurse, who came here seven
months ago from Berwyn, Pa. Burial was in Our Lady of Mercy
Cemetery, 'under' direction of Ahern-
HE WHO DARES NOT, IS A ing more than blind force.
Survivors include his wife, Kath-
eryn S.; a sister; -and two nephews. Plummer Funeral Home. SLAVE ."
Lucy Fratantoni This is "another matter, but it
Sophie Challan HIALEAH — Mass of Requiem was It was William Drummond, we is unlikely that any other service
HOLLYWOOD — Requiem Mass celebrated in Williamsport, Pa., fol-
was offered in St. Matthew Church, lowed by burial there, for Mrs. Lucy believe, who made this strong can or will do more to ease the
Hallandale, for Mrs. Sophie Chal- Fratantoni, 76, pf 150 E. 44th St.
lan, 76, of 1101 S. 26th Ave. She came here from Williamsport and thoughtful defense of rea- burden for the bereaved. Services
She came here 15 years ago from six years ago, and was a member of
Elmhurst, L.I., N.Y., and her body Immaculate Conception Parish. Survi- son. It is distressing that a force at G. D. PEDEN FUNERAL
was returned there for burial. Sur- vors include a son, Benny; and a
vivors include her husband, John daughter, Anna. so potentially powerful oh the HOME, Catholic Funeral Home,
John P.; a daughter, Mrs. Sophie P. Carl F. Sladti Funeral Home had
Bell; one son; and two grandchil- charge of local arrangements. side of good should at times 8231 Bird Road, "are complete
Wadlington Funeral Home was in Mary A. Rowe languish to the point of non-ex- and comforting in every respect.
charge of local arrangements.
LAKE WORTH — Requiem Mass istance in areas where it might Ambulance service. Phone
was celebrated in Sacred Heart
Mary Gyiraszi Church for Mrs. Mary Armstrong
Rowe, of 417 N. M St.
serve so strongly. Like a sleep- CA 6-1811.
Requiem Mass was celebrated in She came here seven years ago
St. Patrick 1 Church for Mrs. Mary from Baltimore, and was a member
Gyiraszi, 73, of 825 West Ave., Miami
She came here 10 years ago from
New York. Local survivors are her
husband, Joseph, and a daughter,
Mrs. John Healy.
of Sacred Heart Altar and Rosary
Society. Survivors include one sister
• and one brother.
Mary C. Quinn HOLLYWOOD'S
The BEST needn't cost more
KEY BISCAYNE — Requiem Mass
The question oi quality needn't be
Walfer V. Foley
HIALEAH — Requiem Mass was
was celebrated m St. Agnes Church
for Mrs. Mary Catherine Quinn, 72,
of 210 Hampton Lane.
WINTTER FUNERAL CHAPEL price. At Van Orsdel's we give the
offered in St. John the Apostle
Church for Walter V. Foley, 64, of
She came here 47 years ago from
Bloomington, Ind. Surviving locally Your Catholic Funeral Home same unstinting service and personal
903 W. First Ave. are two daughters, Mrs. Robert J. attention to every bereaved family,
Carl F. Slade Funeral Home was Mullen and Mrs. Anna Clark; and a R, F. D.
t. O. WINTTER, F. D W A 2-7555 105
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in charge of arrangements, with brother, William. regardless of the amount spent.
burial in Our Lady of Mercy Ceme- The Ahern-Plummer Funeral Home
tery. had charge of arrangements.
COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICES •
Van Orsdel's provides an exceptional-
ly wide selection of funerals to choose
Homelike Surroundings from. Over 60 different funerals are
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music, choice of chapel facilities in
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ights of Columbus Experienced service and fair dealing
Holy Name Society are important protections when funer-
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AT KENDALL, U.S.I AT S.W. 106TH ST.
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and Operated 11415 N. E. 2ND AVE.
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