The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on April 13, 1965 · 6
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The Boston Globe Tuesday, April 13, 1965 Bishop to Help Former Parish Mark 75th Year in Norwood - l00gt ' ! ' : I -s f . Spring's sure-fire Daily Double: SUEDE with KNIT HAZE with OLIVE 19.95 Take smooth-as-velvet Imported Suede leather. Combine with foam-light laminated knit. Then head for action ! These new-breed Hipster Jackets are loaded with go-go-go. And tops in the compli ment competition. TOP: Notch-collar style. 2-tone suede panels with dart-top pockets. Laminated Orion acrylic knit sleeves and back. Rayonacetate lining. 3646 BOTTOM: Cardigan style. 2-tone imported suede leather front; laminated cotton knit back and sleeves. Rayonacetate Lin- ing. 3646 Just say "Charge it" Pay Va each month... or use our 6-month Account J mm MS V ; w,m AY ?, - jo - A J& L n -r. . I If AMEIICA'S IAKGEST ClOTHIE ? I . II Summer fit Arch Sis. Norfhgate Shopping City (Revere) Most Rev. Jeremiah F. Min-. ihan, former pastor, will join with priests of the parish in a Mass of Concelebration when St. Catherine of Siena Church, I Norwood, observes its 75th anniversary later this month, i The observance will last1 from Apr. 20, when a jubilee ball will be held at Rolland,1 through May 2d, when a tour of the church, school and con- Going to Hew York City? Philadelphia? Wash., D.C.? Baltimore? (or most any other city) Stay at a Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn and enjoy all these extra values: Insured Reservations at Guaranteed Rates Free Parking Anytime, anywhere Reservations Call: HU 2-2004 Family nan Kids-Share room tree SHERATON HOTELS & MOTOR INNS U.S.A.-Canada -Overseas vent, will follow a sort of jmore than 300 children of the ecumenical concert in which parish on Apr. 27. the choirs of churches of otherl On Apr. 30, the feast day of faiths will join that of St. the patron saint of the parish, Catherine. Msgr. Sennott will celebrate For the parishioners and the Mass. The date also marks pastors, this will be a double his first anniversary as pastor celebration, for this year also'of the church, marks, the 25th anniversary of j Msgr. Sennott, honorary Rt. Rev. Robert J. Sennott's chairman, is being assisted by ordination to the priesthood. Rev. Joseph J. Ruocco, Ralph St. Catherine's Church was Fenton, Robert F. Gearty, Miss founded by the late Arch-(Margaret Hayes, Simeon F. bishop Williams in April of Cormier. 1890. Rev. James B. Troy, the first pastor, served from its founding through 1907. The. other pastors: Rev. Thomas J. McCormack, Rev. An advisory committee of long-time members of the parish includes: Fred Adelmann, Daniel Callahan, James Callahan, Miss William Keating, Rev. James Margaret Crowley, James Cuff, F. Doherty, Rt. Rev. Joseph'Mrs. John Dixon, John Daunt, Walsh, Bishop Minihan and Francis Duncan and John Msgr. Sennott, who was chan-! Flaherty. Also Michael Flaher-cellor of the archdiocese be-ty, Mr. and Mrs. Charles fore coming to St. Catherine's. Giinther, Martin Lydon, Miss An idea of the growth of Agncs Marsh, Mrs. Mary Mur-the church since the early-' phy, Mrs. Rose Nicholson, days is the size of its parochial1 Joseph Nuttall, William grammar school attended by, O'Brien. Miss Margaret O'Con-almost 1600 children, making nell, Miss Catherine Tarpey, it one of the largest, if not the, Miss Mary Walsh and Mrs. largest in the archdiocese. Mary Wilford. John Russell is Bishop Minihan will confirm serving as treasurer. " ill '3A: . ' DIAMOND JUBILEE St. Catherine its 75th birthday this month, of Siena Church, Norwood, celebrating HEW YORK NON-STOP 5 HFtS. easiest travel on earth TRAILWAYS TERMINAL PARK SQUARE HU 2-6620 NEWTON MTA TERMINAL OR CALL TRAILWAYS NEAREST YOUR HOME ji222w. " There are three of us. We have Danish plantations, Creole cooking, Italian bikinis, Polynesian beaches, Scotch scotch, Spanish patios, French boutiques, English mansions ffiyTrfft , ,-' 1 "-.1 KaJS. l .... en ir " m ft and our President is in the White House. PLANNING JUBILEE Rev. Joseph pastor of St. Catherine's Church; Ruocco, Rt Rev. Robert J. Sennott, Robert F. Gearty, Margaret Hayes. iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiinn A Snowball in.. INDIO, Calif. (UPD A snowball on Monday broke a window of a home in this : torrid desert community. I Deputy sheriffs said a 16-! year-old youth brought the j white missile back from a trip i to the mountains. ' llllilllllllllllllllllllillllilllillllillliilllllllllllllllllllll Second Chance Sought for Bill I On Bar Hours j A compromise will be proposed in the Senate toc'ay to j rescue, at least for Boston, the ; defeated bill extending drink- infr hours to 2 a.m. j The measure was rejected 'by the Senate Monday by. a 1 26-10 rollcall. As drafted, the bill would have extended the ! 1 a.m. drinking curfew one jhour, except Saturdays, which would retain the midnight closing. The bill was intended principally for Boston to capitalize upon convention business. Sen. Mario Umana of East Boston, Senate Democratic whip, will urge reconsideration of the bill's rejection today to permit the introduction of m amendment extending the drinking hours on v . . c' i having more than 100,000 population. According to the 1960 Federal census, other Bay State cities besides Boston having more than 100,000 population are Worcester, Springfield, New Bedford and Cambridge. Oklahoma Judge Denies Bribery OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Suspended State Supreme Court Justice N. B. Johnson, 74, pleaded innocent Monday to bribery charges end the Senate set his impeachment iriai ior May o. , The Cherokee Indian jurist, who has been a member of the court 17 years, is accused of accepting two bribes amounting to $10,000 to influence his decisions on pending cases. His attorneys attacked th competency of former Supreme Court Justice N. S. Corn, who will be the principal witness against Johnson. Two articles of impeachment voted by the House were based mainlv on a statement by Corn, 80, before his release f rom a Federal prison hospital in Springfield, Mo., where he was serving a sentence for income tax evasion. Which makes perfect sense, because our president is the President of the United States-, and, officially, we're the United States Virgin Islands. Unofficially, we're about the greatest place in the world to vacation. That's because we have most of the things people travel to Europe and the islands of the Pacific to see, (OK, there are a few things we don't have like Gothic cathedrals and complicated passports and visas and shots and stuff) and shop after shop after shop filled with luxuries from all over the world at prices that you probably thought went out of style thirty years ago. The reason? The Virgin Islands are free ports under the American flag. This means that shopping on St. Croix, St. John or St. Thomas helps to strengthen America's balance in international commerce and gold outflow because every dollar spent in the U.S. Virgin Islands finds its way back home. It also means the bargains are so incredible some people never stop shopping. 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