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Litlte Rock, Arkansas
May 3, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
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~are we, after all? word--house. We remember when'the Contemplation of the goodness of ed her candidacy, a procedure un- ness Q~ each and every member of i "Are we just animals, albeit of a we built our house. There were the God. Ever and anon, even in the*prece~tented in the history of Le (- t . ,v q.ix*~a~z-~.~2F evmenee ~na~ .~, w~ .ave nve~ m It, we calI it tact ,has not been demonstarted in a jective home: and the denn~in ~'m~ of his nervous sys- much mental picturing? The house, spirituil values. Because they are tern, that man's mind is quite as whether I !ook at it with my eyes, or constantly told that they are .beasts, clearly of animal extraction as his conjure it up in my imagination, is a they may decide to live like beasts. body, that the difference between definite, specific thing, of such a The best things in modern civiliza- !ii For.o.rd,n~.nd o.y S,uden,s A four year College offering courses leading to the . ,: ebo!or of' ..hrt ebe!nr of e:e ee B ehe!or of" Pb l .a,flltble to the odueator and the love and justice that identify the in-] We are sickening of a realistic liter-i ""= "= '""'~":Unl;r DirotiorI of-th-e-C;llog..) B0eiologist, discoveries ~hat throw terests of father and mother and lature that has been beating a mono-I on the nature of the lear Children. It stands for the progress tonous tom tom in a Vain attempt to [ of the nation, in that it is a place exereiseour souis. We are r~iveI A standard (Class A)High School offering a four year where th~ young are prepared for under the standardization that seien-I Courses: Classical, Scientific, Commercial the obligations of adult living, tt tifte pro~esses has imposed upon us. I We are weary of statistics and ef- ficiency. Newspapers are affording