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i:; THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 5, 1938 PAGE FIVE y to Be of A's 48 Annual Sept. 4-5 T. J. Arnold, state president of the of Arkansas, announces the forty-eighth an- of the Catholic Union to be held this year in 4-5. Since this is the Labor Day week- of members are expected to attend. K. S. G., K. H. S:, director of the Cen- Louis, a nationally known figure, will deliver address. A hum- which the society desires them to priests and to talk be- society is en- for every Catholic men invited The local to send and alter- J. Heigel, secre- entertainment that arrange- aade for accom- ! officers and the Convention city determined dur- Other busi- great importance and arranged convention. It various af- ar their next delegates and: the matter in FAGAN VOTE vote on various issues. The district officers will also make their annual reports of the district meetingsthat have been held during the year since the last state convention. The City of Conway is most appropriately chosen as the place for the convention. The Catho- licity of this city is as proverbially tarnous as its hospitality. Cen- trally located in the state it may be easily reached by good roads from almost any point in Arkan- sas. Extensive plans are being made by the Catholic and non- Catholic residents to give the delegates every possible conveni- ence of accommodation while they' are in Conway. More detailed plans for the con- vention, its program and instruc- tions to delegates will be an- nounced later in The Guardian. i Commite Selects Design For Huge Congress Altar (Continued from page 1) charist, while the iron. is sym- bolic of the solid, unyielding strength of faith. The iron cresting, topping the cornice, is adapted from many of the fine old residences of the past century, built in the up-town sec- tion, now known as the Garden District. The dome covering 20 feet in diameter, is similar to the cus- tomary method of church sanc- tuary treatment, and also recalls the old St. Louis hotel dome, long a landmark of the Vieux Carte skyline. It is surmounted by a cross, tipped with the recalling the holding of the cross aloft here for the first time by the French missionaries. The throne, strictly liturgical, is also carried out in treillage or iron lacework, in agreement with the design of the canopy. It is in French, royal design, in har- mony with the city's French co- lonial traditions. Term) "-Political Adv. Herman Horton C .DIDATE FOR Second Term As Representative Jonesboro :-: Arkansas Politica] Adv. LEY) IL 7  !!i i17.; ' ? For COUNTY TAKE ANOTHER TIP-- WIN AGAIN WITH CRIPn R-E-E-L-E-C-T IC. G."Crip" Hall Secretary of State " for a be appreciated. SECOND TERM Adv. Political Adv. # # #r Before Sought or Held Public Office # I,/'-  BY ACTUAL l a ll Tl e a EXPERIENCE CURTIS WILLIAMS CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT CLERK AND RECORDER PULASKI COUNTY A vote for Curtis Williams is a vote for Intelli- gent, Efficient and Courteous Service in pub- lic office. Political Adv. Host for (:atholic Union (:onvention b Tim entire ensemble is striking- ly New Orleans, picturizing old New Orleans, with its balconies, with its typical noted old homes, with its delicate iron traceries, with its quaint French colonial atmosphere. It is indeed a splen- did and masterful adaptation of these native trc.asurcs to the lit- urgy of the Church. And it is around this beautiful embodiment of New Orleans that all the impor- tant colorful and solemn cere- monies of the congress will take place. The altar itself, in the center beneath the canopy, will be in liturgical style. It will be con- structed of white American mar- ble in severely simple design. Up- on this altar will stand six mas- sive candlesticks, being construct- ed especially for the occasion. From the ceiling of the canopy and directly above the altar will hang a nine-foot crucifix of Louis- iana cypress. Construction of the altar will require about 60 days. All of the work and material will be local, it was stated by Rt. Rev. Msgr. Peter M. H. Wyhoven, active gen- eral chairman. One of the features of the great altar will be its illumination. The dome, being constructed of a new cellophane material in amber used here for the first time), will be flooded with a golden light from within. Brilliant lights from the ceiling of the canopy will flood the cresting of the cornice to sil- houette it. The architect has provided spec- ial concealed space in front of the platform for use of the press and radio broadcasters. Grouped upon this huge plat- form about the towering canopy during congress ceremonies in their purple robes will be more than 100 Archbishops and Bish- ops from all parts of the nation, several hundred Monsignori also in the robes of their rank and scores of black garbed Abbots, likewise scores of Papal Knights in their resplendent uniforms, some of them never before seen in New Orleans, including the col- WHO W|ll tgevresent YOU in the Next Legislature? Greater Interest In Lay Retreats Conference Urges Niagara University, N. Y. (IC).-- A plea to Catholic laity for more interest in retreats and a discus- sion on the financial aspect of na- tional retreat movements featured the opening day's session of the Eighth National Conference of the Laymen's Retreat Movement here. For those in ignorance of the retreat movement, for those who refrain from attending retreats because of expense, for those who claim that they "never Seem to find time to make a retreat," the Rev. T. J: O'Sullivan, Wichita, Kans., recommended "The Day of Recollection," where the best fea- tures of a retreat could be incor- porated in a day's time. Father O'Sullivan told' how a Wichita retreat house had increas- ed retreat enrollment directly through the medium of recollec- tion days which were devoted to a program consisting of the eele --, bration of Mass, a sermon, Com- munion breakfasz and religious exercises in the afternoon such as Station of the Cross and Bene- diction. The discussion Centered around two major issues: (1) more coop- eration among local retreat leagues and houses in the promotion of national movements; and (2) dio- cesan backing of local retreats as integral parts of a national body. | orful regalia of the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre. 'Seated on the highest platform, above all others gathered on the graded levels, will stand out in his scarlet robes the Prince of the Church, the Cardi- nal selected by the Pope to be his personal representative at New Orleans for the congress. And upon the white marble altar will stand for the first time in liturgical use, the magnificent, glittering ostensorium with the Sacred Host. The altar and its great canopy with its glowing, golden dome, will be a fitting and impressive setting for this brilli- ant, colorful and impressive gath- ering, the like of which New Or- leans has never seen. I Ernest F. Harper Can B Trusted As An Able Representative As a successful farmer, a Rep- resentative with a record that reflects honest and intelligent judgment, ERNEST F. HAR- PER will again represent the people of Pulaski County in such manner that their best in- teresfs will be served. Your Vote Will Be --Political Adv. EdwardB. Ed. D IL L 0 N Audrey Strait Candidate For Re-Election State Senate 13th District Pulaski County YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE WILL BE APPRECIATED Polltical Adv. Candidate for Circuit Judge (5th District) Morrilton, Conway County, Ark ENDORSED BY Conway County Bar "BE IT RESOLVED that Audrey Strait of MorrUton possesses the high qualifications above men- tioned, and it is our privilege and pleasure to unqualifiedly endorse him for the position of Circuit Judge of the said Fifth Judicial District." The Dardanelle Post-Dispatch (Yell County) in its paper pub- lished June 2, 1938, said: "Mr. Strait is well and favor- ably known to the citizenship of the County, having served from 1928 to 1934 as ProseeutLng At- torney, in which position he won the confidence, respect and ad- miration of all by his able, con- scientious, and fearless discharge of the ardous duties of this im- portant trust. He Is an outstanding man and citizen, splendidly quali- fied by disposition, education and experience to preside on the bench with fairness and justice and equality to all, and credit to him- self." Political Adv. New Appointments For Diocesan Priests Are Made Little Rock.--As announced in last week's Guardian the Rev. John B. Scheper, S. T. D., has been appointed Chancellor of the Diocese. Due to ill health which has compelled the Very Rev. Msgr. John McCaulcy to reside at St. Francis Sanitorium, Colorado, it was impossible for him to continue with the many and' grave duties of the Chancery. Father Scheper, besides his duties as Professor at St. John's Seminary has been Vice-Chancellor for several years. The Very Rev. Chas. B. McCoy was appointed Diocesan Direcfor of the National Council of Catho- lic Women. The Very Rev. Msgr. J. J. Healy, who was charged with the formation of the Arkansas branch of this orgainization, has been relieved now of its duties be- cause of the many pressing duties that are his as rector of Catholic High school, Diocesan Director of Schools and of Hospitals. Msgr. HHnka, Slovak Leader, Seriously m Prague. of.). -- Reports from Bratislava, Slovakia, state that Msgr. Andrew Hlinka, noted priest-deputy in Parliament is ser- iously ill. Leader of the Slovak Popular Party, Monsignor Hlinka is 74 years old. He has been suffer- ing from stomach troubles for some years. The strain of num- erous political journeys and meet- ings and exhaustive party work i are said to have impaired further the prelate's health. Monsignor Hlinka is a patient in Dr. Koch's sanatorium at Bratis- lava. Father of Three Priests Dies PhiladelpHia. 00.Michael  J. McNamara, who died here, is the father of three priests, the Rev. Thomas P. McNamara, S. S. J. pastor of St. Francis Xavier church, Baton Rouge, La.; the Re. Benedict MeNamara of Brighton, Mass., and the Rev. Jeremiah Mc- Namara of Honan, China. Mr. Mc- Namara was a native of Ireland. f Pope Condoles Roumanian King When Queen Dies Vatican City. 0C).--His Holiness Pope Plus XI dispatched a tele gram of condolence to King Carol II of Roumania on the occasion of the death Monday evening of the latter's moflmr, the Dowager Queen Marie. In a message to His Excellency the Most Rev. Andrew Cassulo, Papal Nuncio at Bucharest, King Carol said: "I beg you to transmit to the Holy Father and to the Cardinal Secretary of State my heartfelt thanks for this condol- ences." 00o-d0000T--II JU"'' I Aided by Holy Fath II LawrenceC Auten[ Kaunas. 00.The magnanimity of His Holiness Pope Plus XI has [I Candidate I been evidenced again when the town of LUdza in Latvia, includ-][ To Succeed Himself[ ing the parish church and rectory, was reduced to ashes. The Most Rev. Antonio Arata, l l CIRCUIT JUDGE I Apostolic l/uncio to Latvia, at the direction of the Holy Father pre-| 2nd .Divls|o., 6th | sented a substantial sum to thelll Judicial District II Most Rev. Anthony Urbass, the I Democratic Primary I new Bishop of Liepaja, who was I| Auat 9, 1938 | residing at Ludza and lost all his l| Polltival Adv. | possessions in the fire. lL_ JJ John J. Healy Pulaski County Jailer WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT OF L. B. B RA N C H FOR SHERIFF & COLLECTOR Polltleal Adv. To My Friends The Guardian Readers As the date of the primary is fast ap- proaching and this will be the last opportun-  ity to address you through the medium of this publication, I want to assure you that I appreciate the support which you have given my candidacy. It is a source of much satisfaction to me to be able to number as my friends and supporters readers of The Guardian. I am sure that most of you are familiar with my record as Sheriff and Collector and the support which you have accorded me is solely upon this record. I have conducted this campaign just as I have my previous one-free Of any mudslinging or personalities. I have confined myself solely to the records and have no claim to your support except for the fact that I believe that I have served to your satis- faction. My record in office reveals that I have saved the taxpayers many thousands of dollars through the economical operation of the office. Added to this there h as been efficient and honest serv- ice, such as the taxpayers appreciate from any official. I am confident that my service has met the approval of the people and that I will be accorded a large vote on next Tues day when I will be re-elected by a substantial majority. I would Urge my friends to continue the good work until the final hour of balloting and to assure you that we will record a sweeping victory when the ballots are counted. L. B. BRA00NCH For Re.election Sheriff and Collector Pulaski County Polltical Adv.