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May 3, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
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CORRESPONDENCE Matter fnLended for publication in Tile Guardian should reach sot later than Wednesday morning. Brief news correspondence is ~l~ays welcome. The kindness of the clergy in this matter is ~Inly appreciated. ~, ~V. MSGR. J. P. FISHER .............................. Business Manager West Second Street, Little Rock, Ark. [ , other station before he had seen that vision of gins with an ultimatum as follows: l after he had gone she wept and cried " . .... r ........ the J:lan on the Tree in a light that will be "So long as saloon and its wet sponsors"e v f,,ains to be comforted." Ist long in fading from his memory, are m polmcs, the church--the Methodist l ,quotatmn from the tale of some fond i Whelher evolution is a subject of sufficient Church at least--will be there ako. / lpopular appeal to have claimed the (lueslions Tlmre seems to be a deal of iniempe 2 , ',:, , ,,v, , law 7 iS: i i(linesg ~K )e (~!rectc( 1% of bai:i:lin falsehood a) d }))'avidly" )ers(:cuiio) ias a l;ribu e ;i 011 '+hull]~tll c[lll:tll'e in I)erSl)tm{ivc," has reached ~rar(l: thai; tb_ey are ultra t)atriotic.-- questions that are unaffected by truth, the World War as to the measure of responsi- uppers o: was not We are quite uncertgin to whom! They possess the liberty to believe the truth, bility of those who engaged in it for bringingitthe Church that hounded Semmelweis or put ticular magazine is devoted, but fro not being enslaved by the license to choose er- on, it is quite generally conceded that the young. bstacles in h{s path. It was the illustrious I of its regular readers whom we hay for' The oft repeated assertion that Carbolics'men who made up the American Expeditionary lVirchv who remained skeptical until it was it would be much more proper and! haVe to offer blind obedience to the doctrines iForce in France were animated by the spirit of t late to encourage the bold innovator." say that they were hysterical mind of the Church is false. It is not blindness to crusaders. They were fighting--or thought l Unprejudiced students of the history of sci-{Standard and Times, Philadelphia. : .... ,: accept the truth because truth alwa 's.remains were--to save dem( ,ence must recognize the truth of Professor 1-1~'~ tO LIIO Lrl'(~.ll. I ,] ll'lll)ql')l~|lq| II~ |i.~r