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April 2, 1927

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Paj e THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 2, 1927 . "..~'-~t~i]lJJ[~J[il~ ~J[~U-[~I lshould set an example by word andI fPATWNI IP ~TITl~121~IT~ [MOVEMENT FOR aooD V mAYil21Ui2 end of their scientific rope, confront-i~.A~llllffll~l~ Ol UIIJLIlIO [ OBSERVANCE [l'lYl~ 'act,: l!l T lltl Tfl f'RIMI I Crime, of course, is complex ofted with the unsolvable, like Wallace,/ ~F' fIR,ILl,i/" lk|A'l~lItt~lklrO / ] IFlt~ll~ tll[||L|l J,J~a ilDXl~ [IJ ~Zl~ll,a~la ........ iSir Oliver Lodge, Sir William Bart- ~ l~J[~-~l~][ l~/-~]l~[~ / ((By N. C. W. C. News Service) [ ~0~ L~]"]llv~ . varmus Kinds ann growing ou~ o~ ]ett and others, took to table rappingsI [ San Francisco, March 23 The] ,~ ............ tvar,ous causes, but :fundamentally!and looking to see ghosts and become[ IT~ITI;' I[~t~ Y|~]~J~IMost Reverand Edward J. Hanna, I ~-1|~. Chie~ ~tagi~tr~te McAdoo Says Chilolthere can be no mortality without re-lspiritualists t UI~J[J[ r.ll~ V Illl~l~l]J'~lArchbisho.. " of San Francisco, ad | J[JlIGIIIU ~ dr~ ~ To~y ~re i~ P~IL ligion Ethics will not do 1 " ~ " *~ " 1 tdressed the Reverent Observance ofI All the scmnt;sts m the world ,, "T " " " - -- he God-rearm father an [could not put hfe m a gnat The Good F ld v e NeWS ~" From an interview by William0~ ., g , , d , . , " " t By Dr. Frederic Funder. [ r" ay Mo em nt in the Y.~ (By N. C. W.C.~ ........ :,~. . "lmorner are generany mw-abidin I cnem~s~s can anawze .and .reduce tol (Vienna Correspondent, N. C. W. C.IM" I. building last evening. Arch-[Hongkong, March 10.'~' - ~rapp, as prm~eo ~a ~ne Evenmg~ itizens a -' ....... g an ~s emmen~s a 3elly fmh, but I ' s ~o~s .t- World, New Y ~r~,: 5?,~-t.~: 1, Co " ..... nu taey , can lnsI;lll ln;~o " . - I News Service) [bi:hop Hanna is the honorary presi-[fivo ecclesiastical reg "~ ~_ ........ ~y u~n~u~ minas a sense of their per-twant to De presen~ when they can ............ (tent of the committee ~ ........ ~ in , .... [ vienna, ~vtaren ~. ~even national-, /unma was (llVlUeU put hfe m a ~elly fmh As a matter ~ o~eS " -- sunni responsibilit to a ersonal God " " " I''' are represented in the Inter a-I ~ " ' ] up or P )~ . . y P . ~tms n The lead rs of the Good Frtday p e f church urp I~ Chmf Magistrate William McAdoo, I "The home is the first church and[Of fact,, they.know no more about~tiona1 Association of Catholic Stud-]Movement this year are urging all]its own major seminarY,, t. looking back over thirty years' ex-ithe first school. Close co-operation[the origin of hfe than I do. Whence[ents which has been formed at the lCatholics to set the example for those]been announced. The m..0 _ pcrienee in New York as lawyer, to include the w,r~ and wh~ther are unanswered n~t]l Umvers~t of other creeds m their attendance the r. . I ell- egulated home, ,,, . " ." . " ' ' y of Vienna. Poles, Croats, " ' ]large measure to ' ._, [~,,;~' k Pohce Commi~ioner and jurist, feelsithe church and the school will form[ , So I firmly beheve ~n a 'balanced Germans of Austria and Germany, at devotional services. Some of the[Apostolic Delegate to C.h.~=~': i: that the child of today is in peril the strongest tripod in the preven- eouca~ion,- jus~ as aietitians sa we tins ~ ~ , ,, ~ : . " " Y Italians, Greeks, Lithuanians andlemph)yers last year complained that| Religious work in ~ ~:, and that religion is the means for tion of crime snou!u nave a balanced dmt. ,, Roumanians are among those already their Catholic employes took advan-Iconducted largely thrug~,ni~|~: J saving it. _ " . . . ~l .................. lenements Are Handicaps. I .'~UC, a bamnced educatmn woum enrolled in this association--an und-[tage of the three hours but did not[missions, and the~e, ~ilro~a'~ vv~ are ~eveloplng ~ne neat o~ ',Unf~.h. t- ] h .~ u~-., : ...... ~_. address itself to the heart and e(m- ..... , .......... Ii , L~