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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 19, 1930 PAGE FIVE h . i Catholic t e north side, will consist of three lI would suggest that the works of Park, Calif., has reported, it is also IARCHBISHOP MESSMER ~"~---~--~%-=-~-~- ........... =-~--:-v~ thd 1 floors, of which the main floor will tthese two scholars, if not ah'eady in announced, that 60 students have on-I POSTPONES HOMECOMING~ _ " "~_ _'''' ........ Ca___e_ra. to Be be devoted to reception rooms and the Library of the Navy Department, rolled iu classes preparing them to I Mihvaukee Wis A---i .... h. J: ~ ~'~ ~l~V .~r~ Noble Structure administration. Seen from the!be added to that collection and ref-'teach in vacation scho'ols this sum-[ , ., pr, 11.---1..~ ~ ~. ~. ,,~_~,~ . ~,v. north the presbytery and Lady!erence be made to them in any fu- mer In preparation" for this work Most Rev Sebastian G. Me~smer, ~ ,,, A -. ialCorrespondence, N. C W C Chapel will give scale to the fulljture lists compiled on this importantlthe'students will attend 10 periodslArchbishp of Milwaukee, who has ~ "|'~ m ~k~f~ News Service) length and height of the cathedral ~ subject.'' of an hour each week conducted un- been ill for several months in Baton ]: ~ ...... [[,hy," April 3 If only for its with the tower rising above thet I der the direction of the Rev. J. M. :Rouge, La., will not return to his [~e Projected Roman Catholic roof. HIGH MURDER RATE DUE TO~ Ouvard, S. S., and the Rev Patric~/ diocese by Easter, it has been an- , [ WIIOI~SAI~ AND lral at Canberra, Australia's To Have Great Tower I EASE IN OBTAINING WEAPONS J Lydon At each class, two desig-lnounced from the Chancery here. It i [ R~AI~ Federal Capital, details of The helght of the tower is to beI __ i nated s~udents present the lessons to,had been thought that the Bishop I ~ -~- Iare now available, will be out- two hund ed and forty feet, nearly] In 141 Americau cities, with a pop-~the other students, who represent the lwould be sufficiently recovered from I t Phone 4~4~041 ~!.ng among the noblest churches one hundred feet higher , than the iulation of about 38,000,000, there oc-!children. A third student, uaually/his recent illness to come home for I ~ 115 Wesf Sixth Street aristendom The plans reveal central tower at St. Mary s On the i curred 3,993 deaths from homicide I one of the 25 members -of the class IEaster, but he has decided to wait I ~ Little Rack, Ark. an immense scheme is afoot at ground floor the interior of the tow-lin 1929. !who already have taught'in the vaca-luntil the weather is warmer. ] ~_'_-_'_'-~-'-'-'-'-~-~---'-t-%'-~'--~-%~, ca to provide the Federaler will form a vaulted space servingI These figures are furnished by Dr. lion schools, speaks on a topic such ...... , with one of the most impos- as a.south entrance to the nave and iFrederick L Hoffman, who has been as "The Organization of Classes" ~Ctures The *projected new ior.zne placing of memorials to the imaking a study of such statistics for and "The Problem of Keeping Atten- .'~L r , ~__][~_.~ ~.~ al, in almost every respect, various iounaers of the building, ithirty years. "Of all the problems, tion in Vacation School Classes." ~'~[|~ -~|~H B r exceed the dimensions ofAbove will be the choir, and thereisocia1 and economic, confronting thel _e'2~**~ ,~y'~Yf' ~ry's, Sydney, New South t natlon, none m of greater Importance !MARQUETTE U. STUDENTS is to be space for a ~omplete carillon .... .... and St. Patrick's, at Mel- I of bells higher up. . !than its growing insecurity of human OF ENGINEERING OFFER in Victoria Moreover, k.the~lrt:lg_et~r the vastness of the, ca-!life,, he writes. SERVICES TO MISSIONS ~., ~.'~%~l~l ...L wrthy of comparison in ---ename, ofwhichis Ca-I Among the alarming facts found inl ~J~n|~[~[r~~ ~" Ur~t9 size, with London's great thedral of Our, Lady_, Help of Chris- ]the report is that whereas the homi- I (By N. C. W. C. News Service) ~ ~" *****'" **" C ~ 'Catholic Church, Westmin- ~lan t~anoerra---and the new ae " cide rate for thirteen Canadian cities l Milwaukee, Wis A-ril 14 A tthedral,structuresOne Ofinthethe largeStworld, partureSen the interestm" the ofdeslgnpublic" shouldand awak-archi, was 1.7 per 100,000 in 1928, and that I service for Catholic"foreignV mission,'-- ~ ~" ~lcal ~for England and Wales was only 0 5 has been organized by the students ' he new Cathedral will havetects alike throughout the Common- ~ per 10O,000, in the.Umted" States reg-" ' of the Marquette University College ~h~g~Tl~TXT{~_ ~r~ TUE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK Inn mere immensity to recom- wealth. Other great churches are istration area in the same year it was Iof Engineering, details of which ~,~-~ ~'$~,~'~r~ r~D~r~.~_ ~ ~r~l~n~.l~ ;' There is an originality in aoout to be built in Australia, nota-io ~ I ....... ;. ln~ ~uut~t3~ z-~-~ ~..~-x~,., ,.,~. w,J~,~ .... , o.o. nave oeen maue Known Dy ~ne Key ' ' H 'S 01e conception and in mat- bly the new St Andrews and the' "An excessive Southern hon .... A Beren ..... " ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JO N .... , . . ncmel~onn s, ~. ~., Dean oi alert SEMINARY FOR THE ^RKANSAS PRIESTHOOD letail which will have a ~ngncan Cathedral at Canberra, and death-rate" ~s c~ted by Dr. Hoffman, l at Marquette. "~ appeal for Australians, even zne appearance oz such a free designi who lists the ten cities with the high- I Thirty enginering students have An,, Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burst May Be Do- the design has a strong ram-is,..therefore, ........ particularly timely, lest deati~-~ates m' 1928 and 1929 as banded together m" the Cathohe" Mis- " Hated Donations Large and Small, Will" Be GratefuI! ine arcm~ec~s wno nave aesigned , ,aess to the work of the old' ..... ~follows: sion Service of Marquette Univer- Received and Recorded of church architecture. It zne cazneara, are Messrs. Wardell, Deaths Rates sity, for the purpose of assisting .... : nou h summed up as expressing the Moore, and bowling of Sydney It isI 1928 1929 1928 192~ foreign missions in need of ent, ineer- A Burst Is a Sum of Money invested and Drawing E g of character and independ- understood that work will begin IMemphis ........ 115 127 60.5 66.8 ing benefits. The service ~r~il be ,Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and Training a._Australian withou~ ignor-within two years~ Birmbingham 222 114 54.9 51 3 gratis, for One Seminarian, cmtectural traditionsof I --" ~ A 1 " r uett * ~o t anta .......... 115 130 45 1 51 0 Ma q e University has two co .... " s shared b rld TWO PRIESTS LAUDED ..... " " .... Requests for further mformatmn and the benefit - ' ' - . I~acKsnvme 74 66 52 6 46 9 operauve systems o~ engineering eau- " " i 11 nations, should be sent amination . ! AUTHORITIES ~ . . .... . ........ ontmbutors, and hkew se a do . ............. ,~,exmg~on ...... 15 19 30.8 39.0 camion, wnereoy ~ne couege is divid- " . h,Ows that the influence ell INTERNATIONAL LAWlMobil" ~ o, o ..... i-to tw .............. the Rector, The Very Reverend Monmgnor S. J. Peoples, ~rals of S~o~- -~-~ ....! -- l .................. ~.v ~v.2 ~. - ~ ~c~,uns. wnne one Ph D. St John's Seminary, Little Rock ~ ~ ,. ........ ~ou~nern [ ......... INew Orleans 111 124 25 9 28 9 section spends a month in class, the " '" -o ~een at work The gen- ~osence or ~ooKs Dy vittoria and l~_:_~..~_ o "~ ~-'~ - "--'h-r is en-a--~ -'- -- '- - " ~. t " o . .. . . i,~v-.S~un, ....o x. zo.t~ 28 8 vv v S Sun *n worK OI a rac- ~opaere o ~aurez ~n l~avy ~lDrary P f the building, and " " ical nature in " ttouston 72 76 26 2 27 6~ Milwaukee manufact- ,o~x~D r ula;he.r, the roof and west end, Pointed Out. Charleston ..... 18 20 23.7 26.4uring plants. The two sections al- ST JOHN S20~x]~ BURSES. ~+ splendid churches of the i ........ ~ ~ . I "Tile explanation of the excessive ternate each month. .. , .'J ~-, WHile the boldness ofI t~y ~. t~. w. t~. 2~ews ~erv~ce) ............ ~rnH.~lv +ho M{~;~,. "~ ..... ~T. MARY S BURSE, Hot Springs ............................................... $5,000.0~ ,, ' . ~ou~nern 12onlicioe flea~n-ra~e, ' we .......... -, ........ ~,,,,, ~ermce is ~o " " 5 000 . the management of the! Washington, April 11.The pri-[ ..... . ..... *'^ divided into t ............... MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ..................................... ~ne n' ' , . . .are Eom, is ~o De founfl in naDit~ o~ wu ~ec~mns oI ~lI-' ~ . er~ back of the design, and ~ a.,y. place occupied by two Catnohc l of t~un totim, which are extre .... ~.. ] teen members each so that the work ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff _7 .......................................... 5,000.00 -~, ~o be used, are strong pmes~s in the establishment of the1 ,, ..... ~ I~an be contin-~ ....... I MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ........................... 5,000.0C listen . . " . . . common, c u~u ~nrougnou~ ~ne . , ~ .... _ t of-the magnificent ca- modern school of international law .............. ~'-ol ,,ear ALUMNI BURSE,.m ttonor oli St. John the Bapust ......................... 5,000.00 ew c ge D1 Hoffman sa s mchase of materials I \ero R~ Monsignor A P Gallaghe~, Mena, ~rk $~0000 athedrals of the Old is that of Grotius on the Ri~*~ ~~ " " "" "' ' y : P " " , supplies and ' , s" . . ' ......... ~__ .......... " . '. Ve sos le d" ~? .... "By common consent the enfelce, ' e u~" " I Anonymous, Additional sums received 22t~ 2.I , p n ld a situation as War and Peace. There is no refer- 1: . ' - l q pment, according to plans and ' ' . .............................. , a is inte~a ~ ...... once ~- ................... men~ o~ prohibition has brought into I ..... .... Anonymous, additiunal sums received ...................... 430.00 , ~ ,,,~u .... ~oz ~als ~rea~ , ,~uv,~v~r. vo ~ne WORKS of ~Ian-[ . . . o . | ~p~ClllcaI~lons; asms~ance in the pur- Canberra An are~-~ ciscode Vittoria th- r~^~.-~:__._ Iexmtence an olgamzatlon of cmme~_~ . . . I For favors received, Morrfltou, Ark ........... ._. 20~ s -* ~- , ~ ~-~,,,-,~an1 ~nase o~ engineering supplies; serv- Anon mou ri fo and ci,mmals such as y s Hot S n s 50 0 ue~ nrming the crown of alpriest, founder of international law, Ik:f:;~th:try on the faceh~tory'onof theg othercoun-/ic' ,ag .......... o ouuumgs ann equipment so ~] ' P g ............................ i:~rw::thobat~ke :afs:h: ~I;;! j:s~Ot;hti:: ofifrFXp~C:::di S;UGZot:uhs: " " of th Ithbeep~:~" Th: l far as is posmble, by the preparation I Total ........................... ~--$1,08324 ealth Avenue has been the second his contemporary ] e law itself has]of plans for repairs, extensions and ; and it would be difficulti "Both Vittoria and Saurezare rec-lc,TM a la:~'e_number of violent/maintenance programs; assistance in ! , ALUMNI B--'--~RSE ;:~Ore perfect setting in the ognized as the 'sources and origin of ~ea~ns, ,cJassumd. as homicides, even [ the developmen~ of management "~ro-f IN HONOR OF THE BLESSED TRINITY o apltal territory. On all international law' Grotius set u~ aI~nuga ~ne convictions were not ob-I .......... v [ ~hi~ ~ ..... ~ ~, ...... ~ .... a~; ..... ~ ~,, ,~,, ,,,~-, ~,~ ..... cathedr-, .............. . ..... .... ~. t tainable in the cn,rf~ m_ ..... , .... I~*ams lor ms~l~uuons in which l ........ "~ ................................. , ~..~ v ................... rest.-- "~' w.m oe surrouml- ~ruc~ure wl~n Cat ma~ema~s zurnisn-..~_,~ ........ -7 .... , , ,~,,s .... ~. I ma ....................... ] ordained from St. John's Seminary. It is open to the clergy and people ia l-ve an . , - /anal; $:~tllllilell are Deln Kinecl almost ,-,*scmvn~ *-~ u, nnpor~an~ as ec~, . . t ~ , d the elevahon ed by Vittoria and others. In the l ..... g I . P ] general who have the work and interest of the Seminary at heart. il(adway to thecrown of words of Fruin, ~'reatest of Dutch his-,aY a~er .~ay, ~orming a not incon-i ox efficient and intelligent adminis- I Previously acknowledged " $101 50 ' em , smerame Item in the lalge numbe~ traUo Phasme the he~ ht an tonansw~tn n , ;~,^ . " "g d "' ', ' "~'out their previous labor ..... e . " ._ "[ " . I In Memory of Hugh McDevitt ...................................... 25.00 '~ Whole bmldm As hl~ work we o~ nomlcmai leaths, which neverthe ' 'is' " " g for "~" " uld lmve been impossi-!. . . " -] Junior engineering students at l Master Raymond Maus, Atkins, Ark .............................. 25.00 t~ l,.the whole of the works ble'. . le~c ~oucr, es, the security of everY/Marquette that is third and fourtht In Memory of Alfred Fret " 2000 , ~ Will becarriedo " ' Vi " " *tmen high or low. , , , .... " .................................................. " a u~ in ttona G~vea Credat " ' ] " I Apprecmuon, S*ovactown, Ark 15 ~O ad local ,, ~ .... ~lhe root cause of tlle evil is un- year students, will execute the serv- - ............................................. t.h ~ . ly made vitrified Grottos m hm dissertation on the ,. ,. - Alumnus, 1924 ~ ~ a0 "" muhions and tracery, m" 'Freedom of the Seas,. indeed" acknowl-.-- I~quesunaly,. the ease with which con- [ ice proffered to the missions. The ] Alum ..... ..... 1919 ............. " .......................................................... 20 0e ledges his debt to Vittoria when he ceaiet~ weapons are obtainable and[technical aspect of the service will/Ahnnnus, 1924 20 @O ,.abt~ the.plans, the visitor sets forth as the axiom of the jus geu. lWl~ely dmtnbuted.': , , ],bounder the supervision of the facul- / Alumnus, 1914 ........... " ~ 2000 .' ~ cathedralfrom the~tium, on which he rests his .......... , I s a result oi His investigations, ....... | ~1,~ .... ~,o~ ~' - ........... :--'-----" ......... -- cont i . "'~ ..... "~' ~e " ,~Y, ana part;ieularl unaer ~ne ener- -------"-o, -~," ....................................... ~ .......... ZbO* t t ,t will instantly be ,m-Ithat every natron is free to travel to xtendmg over thirty years, Dr. Hell-t ........ Y .. . ~ } Alumnus, 1923 ~0 00 ~ae lofti " " man Has become a *,, u*recuon oI x'roI ~orace A erom- - ....... "* ................................ ~. Hess and vastness i every otiler nation antt to trade with] bsolutely con-I " " /N. N. Para~o-lA ~rk. -- ~'~n [] ~lce. The height of the it.' This Grotius clearly took from vmced that the death penalty is not melt. " ~Alumnus 1~26 ................... --='=--- ......... ::'=: ~ one hundred feet, sub tVittoria and he states in hi ..... =_~]a deterrent, but a relic of barbarisml /a1 ....... ' ,,~:,,. - ......................... ~ .............. zv'~ al I , . ~ W . ~, - ............................................. 10.00 l . tgher than that of St. chaper: 'Vlttorm holds that the Snan ] h l, ch should be done away wlth. tSEAMEN'S APOSTLESHIP ]Alumnus, 1916 ~ ,n a, th^ Hey, and the over-all lards could have shown just reasons l. The American homicide recordi TO EXTEND PORT WORK Frmnds of the Little Flower, Dixie, Ark... ......... 5.0@ ~y ;ee~Ul~dri:gxfOUr hundred i~or making war upon the Aztecs and t~h?chn:?;:c~: ~l:g:~ce for a country[ ._ -- t In Memory of John M. Murray ...................... 10.00 , t ~, . ~y zee~ in ex- l~ne Indians in America, more ~laus ], . aim tna~ it m a~ (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) t Jubilee Offering, Hot S rin s Ark ....... ,a . . . - " P g ............................. 10,00 i l ~, arys. The whole ln-Ilble reasons certainly than were al fleaor among enhghtened peoples,"l London, A4)ril 11--Lack of facili-/ In Memory of Mrs. Hannah MeMabon ue s . '. - . ........................... 10.00 t, ~, everoand simple in i leged, if they really weze ~reven*-,~ [asserts The Charleston News-Cour-[hes and accommodations are handi- Alumnus, 1914 rh - "v - ............................................. 80 Ythmlc m th ~fro ler, summing up the views of man ;cap in h ( gt^- e manage- m travelling or sojourning amen,,] Yt ' p' g t.e work of the Apostleship " " _- ..... ~Pmg of its arched lthese poe lea a . papers, of the Sea h r e r in to the Total Phe u ...... 1 . p nd were denied thel l e e, a co d g l ........................................................... $476.5# ~. ,l~y oz aeszgn and i right to share in those thin~ ,~h;.;, ] ]Rev. C. C. Martindale, S J ; in charge| " them--, .... us oms. .............. l . P P ] . ;:'~ ~n use of ornament I by the Law of Nation- ~- ~ ''/' .... ICATHOLIC VACATION of the a ostleshi work in London SACRED HEART BURSE Ye ~e~ves Ielt at once, ,are common to all, and finall 1 o~UUL W'ORK START5 ,|prts Will come -~ .... ~. ,^ i .......... Y "f they ,~ **,=e-~ ............. " ~ This Burst consists of donations, large and small, Iv Petition and ,, e bald ...... --~.~":."~ ~ i were aeoarrea ~:rom trade.' ] ...... o.~,xm u,u~o~o I Father Martindale declared at a |Thanksgiving to the Sacred Heart. ,,ccnmo and high al- "One of America~s foremost schol ' -- recent meeting of the Apostleship at ~Previously a~knowledged ................................. $326.00 ira- ars on international law James B - I (By N. C. W. C. News Service) ]Westminster that ' the organization |Glatitude "- " vortant , rown o " ................................ =- ................. 5 O0 aspect of the I .... I . . ............ tlll be *~ ..... ., Scott, has pointed out that the work [ Washington Aprll 11.---In conec- iculd get m touch w~th only three per JGood Counsel Holy Name Society ~.~ ,~ ;~ a ~'~ spaclousness ot o ' e ~- " " " ................ ""'"" ry, sui~ ...... f Suarez was known to Grotius but I tmn wath the program of the Catholic c nt of the 1,o00 Catholic seamen to |Miss M. P. Gengler, Stuttgart, Ark 0.00 !'edS Of~a" r::[ ~ne cere.:he avoided reference to it, thoughlRural Life Conference which contem !be found in this city. Regular ship]In Thanksgiving for Favors Received ..................... 125.00 ' : Wil g national he made use of it Doub - "lvisiting is conducted he said but]Thanks ivin ' 1 be rift f t has been] lat.es th " , , g g ........................................................ 20 00 feet ,,,;~ ....... ,~hrown by other thoroughl_v COrona-[... J t, Y eel longer~ p e estabhshmcnt of 1,000 re- , . .... --- sleeping accommodations at the Thanksgiving for Favors Received, Mormlton .................. ~ "..,~ ~nan ~ne sanc , - - llglous vacatmn schools in 100 dloces ~Cathol , 2 00 ~" Ma.~ ........ ~. - tent scholars on Grotius claims't~_~ I " . " " "i ic Seamen. s Home at the Vi'c- Mzss M. P. Gengler, Stuttgart .............................. 5- n t~e same wa ~ . . . . __ .00 Us br~,~ . .. Y~have made zn 1605, the twofold dis tes this summer, attentmn was called torla Docks were fro uently over- For Favors Recelved, Clarendon Ark ~,,,~n oz the nay - --" ~ q . . . , .......................... 5.00 " ~.al,~^--..,~ as e-- traction in the law ........... of nations ,~,~;~ ~here today to the fact that the Rt .taxed and men had to be turned away. L;ttle Mzssmnary Club, Stuttgart, Ark .................. ...... : ......... 5.00 a~Ster ,~ -- great as that Suarez published seven years later I Rev. Francis J Tier, Bishop of Con-] Plans for the extension of A~ostle Morrilton Friend . ~atnedral, will e ' , . " . - .................................................... ~.00 '~ e con--gre '" n-. and which was decisive in the devel- ]crdla, Kansas, has msued" a pastoral ship facilities, however, are under/Anonymous, Additional .Sums received __._._.__._.~, ._ 107 84 t ,ed vi^.._gatzn to have an opment of international law. There tletter in which he urges that religious way, it was reported at the meeting "For Favors Received, Mr. L. P. Zurcher ____ 10 O0 Z the sanctuar ~va , 1 -_ _ Y. m strong evidence to su~est th,~ cation school be established this The promise of deer e Gerard. r A Friend, Paris Ark '~ O~ " . ........ , g . p es- ' ............................................. 5.00 ~ath--, lmp..ortance smee Grotius had not reached this conclu- year m every parish which does not i~dent of the S. V. P. Seafarers' Corn- In Thanksgivingfor Favors Received, M. O. B .... " 5 00 ] arch~sral~ hke all great sion when he wrote De Jure Praedae Ihave a parochial school. Imittee that the Seaman's Home here J Special Intention, Mrs. E M . - .......... ~'an ~ alms at providing bu " " ' , .' To ..... ~ " " " ....................... ~ .......... " ~St conm.~n~: .......- t znserted zt after Suarez classify- I aid zn this program, Bmhop Tzef would be extended as soon as funds t Jubilee ~Offermg, Pocahontas, Ark. ~ a@ [ ~, ~vns, ana tne al -" lion is"~_-:."" _ . - cation became known in 1612 Suar t so has arranged through the dioces-"could be collected and the report of ] A Friend, Paris, Ark ~_ ----------" ~'~ ~Imat , " . . . . ' ..... -7 ...... -- ,'.,,v I wards ~ . ca.. to al-_ ................... Jan school board to provide teachers the Roy. H. A. Reinhold, Chaplain of j For Petttmn Granted Through Little Flower 10.@@ ux Iour e~ pmn~ec~ ou~ ~na~ Ireeaom u~ cvm- . .... ------------- thousand )for these vacation schools. Not only Bremerhaven~ that he had succeeded Mrs J. K. H ............... 1{]~ [: the o~ .... ~merco with foreigners was derived will Sisters be engaged, but a number in raising 1,000 Hounds for building] Mi~ M. P. Genglor ~'0@ m^ .-~-~l~er House of from the law of nations and not from I of seniors at Mar-"ou-* '~-" ..... -"' a new o .... , ~$ .... Y t -- " . re, at the ~^..,~ . .~.. . , . .... . . . t ~,,, ,~ ~v*,ege w**, o~a,nan s ttome a~ ms por~, I m^,., " ---'---- ~.h the --._~f~-~a-eas~ ena, ~ne namrat law, ana "oy ~ne law OX]prepare themselves to take part in :were taken as encoura~,in~ nrosnectsl x~,~ -_ --$$96.84 ~,^,~, ~netualT, will be nations it Was established that corn- this wark . ............... I~^. ,~ .... .- ~,. . ; [ " ,-tuln~ la ........ i ~rr~ngemen~s z0r cne ~* ~ne success Ol ~ne .~posuesnip s I ~Nt~4T~ ~,~-~,~ ,~,,~ ~,,.,,., e.~_ ~ zge congreEa~ merce be free and the law oz na~lons ~ establishme-,* ^~ *~-- --~---,- --- ~- ..~._ . ....... ~ ........ -~......v..,~,,.~ z,~r. *n~,~ wh ' . -- ~,~ ~**~ ~:nuum ~tr~ re- p*'*~* ~,v wurK on a larger scale Th I wn, ~ en oecasion de- would be violated if it were proh,b-ling made through th~ ,f~ ,~" ,~o The ],~- .......... ]... _e Burse is a foundation by the Arkansas State Counell to assist 8t "" ,, oe ....... ~b repor~ oz ~ne orgamzao b-'-,- _ balanced on the itod without reasonable cause.' Roy A: J Lucke,, o~--~-~**:,"~," tion ~*~:'-'-~ ...... -IJ nn'a Seminary in the training of eandidat~ for the 1~i~I~01. ~ne LnA,, r-- -i , . ~, ......... .~...,, ~e~ ~na~ z# new servlce een-I Arkan~ R" ^ r~ t~ .... .o laO. ' .~ua ........ P , d [ Primary Place Stressed. t Kansas, President of the Diocesan ters for Catholic seamen were or an-- ~-~" " __- ~ ................... $~92.0~ " ..'~ .win. oenine I "You will readily see then the pri- School Board an~ ~ .......... ~--* ized ' ..... ..... g l Arkansas K. of C, Couned~, 1927 .......... 82~ ' --'" s mar lac o " b these two " ~ ~v,m~r p*'e~m~.~ ,~ year ana ~nat ~nere are now [ Arkansas K. of C. Coune|ls, 1928 ~ ~atncere Will be aeces y p e ccupzed y [of the Cathohc Rural Life Confer- 95 cha lains in char T ~o T . . P ge. he ~a for[ Y he re Total ~...,~.." P sby- i Catholic przests in founding the mod- [ ence. membershi- ^~ ,h .... -^.. ~,..~'. oo . . - ................ ~ --'~a ~ne cathedrall on ern school of international law, and l~ St. Patnc" k's Seminary, Menlo 000, the reportV ............ shows. # ......... "} p.rl{anm K. of C, Councfla, 1~29