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THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 21, 1930 PAGE FIVE INDIANS thronged the grand room of the Cath- : STUDENTS olie Social Building here; men and PROFANING CHURCH]women of the elite, teachers, literary celebrities, politicians, artists, diplo- C. W. C. News Service.) mats, clerics and representatives of City, June 5.--Students social and religious organizations. almost ended tragically at Ja- The papal flag waved in the build- ia tbe State of Vera Cruz due ing and on a platform hung a mag- * Conduct of a group of boys[nificent portrait of the Holy Father offended the religious senti.I{draped with the papal colors and of the people of Estanzuela, those of Spain. Addresses were de- the school children were' hold. livered by the various delegates to outing in the country accom-I by their parents, according to ] ar, here h sub'ect of The event has been t e ~ It s ~ion among all classes, i s that some boys, thinking tel the applause of their compan-] entered the town chapel and] a the priest's vestments which] ook from the funrniture in the] ,T. Thus clothed, one of them! ap into the pull)it pretending toI t while others stationed them- at t~e altar pretending to per- the religious services. ~ people of the neighborhood fOUnd what was going on and ,ted at such a profanation rush- the Church to put an end to Was going on The youngsters not long in finding out how seri- te offense was, but fortunattly able to run away before any consequences occurred. FFINARY OF NUNCIA- IN SPAIN BRILLIANTLY AS NATION HONORS PAPAL VICAR ]By Roy. Manuel Grana Correspondent, N. C. W. C. News Service.) June 5.-- The Spanish payed homage to the Most Tedeschini, l~uncio to titular Archbishop of Le- in connection with the tereen- celebration of the dedication Nuueiature here. His Grace the Papal representative in for the past nine years. In particularly trying because conditions of the p Tedeschini has extensively the Catholic DRESDEN PRIEST .in this latter connection that he is nounced. These prize winners will VISITING THE U.S. lextremely interested in the problems receive $20.00 gold pieces at their ON SCHOLARSHIP of youth, and spends the vacation respective graduation exercises, and periods with young boys in camping their essays are entered in the na- Roy. Dr. Ludwig Baum, Who Founded expeditions. Itional contest, in wich the final win- - -T-O-NYl gS-ATS- PLACE Beer on Draught Cigars and Can~ School for Foreign Boys in I Although his "home-school" is the ners in the high school division will Phone 4-4137 Germany, Given Cultural first Catholic institution of this kind be selected by the chemical society's Trip hy Abraham L|n- lin Germany, there is now another in committee in New York. HOME-BOILED HAMS cola Foundation. the Rhineland," Fathei' Baum says, and L The wlnners are Francs" Lfles," --of Best in the City [the latter bids fair to become much the Christian Brothers' high school in All Kinds of Lunchel (By N. C. W. C. News Service)tlarger than. . his own. . While. his school Memphis., Tenn., a pupil" of Brothel Washington, June 6.---An unher, has a dlstmctly mternatlonal aspect Henry William, and Mitchell Malin- Imported Olive Oil and Maearon| the gathering, and an allegory in alded visitor in the United States. to-'and seeks to accommodate boys from owski and James O'Malle_,y semors" m' All Kinds of Soft Drink~ verse, and musical selections render- day is a young German cleric who has all naLions, the Rhineland school looks the Christian Bro~h~r~' h;~,h o,h,,1 .. . -- , ....... . . .- '~--'~ ~ "~'~ "~'"'"" kaO tO lony $ ['or ~.a['s and L1rlni~s ed The Nuncio thanked the people crowded a lifetime of experience, pie- rather to housing boys who are tak- in this city pupils of Brother John ................... r - ' ll~-lgl I~,A~I MAKJ~I'IAM in a sincere address made before the neering and accomplishment into 34 ing long and continued instruction Berchmans. --- ............. box of honor where the Ambassador 3hurt years of living, in German schools, and accepts chil-] of Portugal and a brother of Arch- The visitor is the Rev. Dr. Ludwig dren at a somewhat earlier, age, he I ~ ~ - ~ q~ - ]L ~ ~ .~. , oints out bishop Tedesehlni sat. The latterIBaum, of Dresden, who, after serv-lP ' I ~.~[Ll~I ~llH brought a message of felicitation i ing three years as a private soldier inl "As a man who spent t~iree yearsl ~ ..... AbW YY "- from Italy. the front line trenches of the Ger- in the front line trenches as a com-I ...... li Kin-- Alfonso and the Governor of mau army during the World War, men soldier," says Father Baum, "I~ " ]~ .s . . studied for the Catholic priesthood, Jam firmly convinced that there is per-1 ,4~ , ~~ Madrid attended the fetes and His was ordained, received his doctorate haps no task more important thanI ~I~[t~[rD ~~ ~11r~P~ Grace gave an elaborate banquet in in philosophy, inaugurated the first'that of giving youths of all nations,] ~ ......... C,, |~ " ..... ~d the Nunciature. The King appeared Catholic school-home in Germany, and'Whse future lives are then beingI |~ in his admiral's uniform and was re- in three years of operation, achieved+frmed,, the opportunity to know and! lib ceived by the Nunclo's attendants such success that the Abraham Lin-understand one another and one an-I ........................ i-) coin Foundation, a non-sectarian in.]~ner s promems. ! SECURING FOR THE DIOCESF OF LITTLE ROCK wl~n sue te~pec~ anu honor ~ae u L ~ ~ The State author~tles have looked . ' " - ~titttion, sent him to study for fiVcl "" 1 THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY plomatlc corps awaited him, the eld- months in the United States [with such favor on Father Baum!sI ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S " est member of which is traditmn- Dr Baum alrived in New Yo- I venture that several times the "home- I SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS PRIESTHOOD large quantity of carnations from Followmg the World War, the]that the Catholic Church has no rea- ., y, OC . that diocese, where the flowers are abundant, for the embell!shment of the table Never had there been seen before so many diplomats and Ministers in the Nunciature. Only the English Ambassador was absent, being in Seville at the time. MINISTERS' SCHOOL TALKS ON WORLD COURT PROTESTED (By N. C. W. C. News Service} young German cleric saw the neces- sity for people having a better un- derstanding of internationalism, and knowing better the customs of the people of other nations. To foster this knowledge he founded, in 1927, under the patronage of Bishop Chris- tian Schreiber, his Landheim Helle- rau, which houses, in a Catholic at- mosphere, boys preparing for a Uni- versity career in Germany. In the three years it has existed now, Father Baum's home has been patronized by boys from virtually every European country, except the Scandinavian countries~ by boys from several S