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:Of Priest r...y. (EL--Details of of the Maryknoll the bombing China, July 1, received at the here, J. Downs, fighting with writes: the afternoon, the its ominous PeOple of Swatow, there ap- nine twin- bombers. My I went down- floor think- Place in the house. and again heard the swish by a ter- It seemed quite Planes veered to to look out the end of our moke rising in thal close to a blowing in one Planes Return returned to the our house time the bombs rear of our house detonation. A explosion glass tran- door crashed boy, and was he answer- Over to me. To- to the street. the water's edge close to the sighted the U. a few hundred ) motor launches Thinking one pick us up, This act a few Chinese who ap- me as to rny business in I told them that Catholic to doubt me ,'4 i!/ THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 5, 1938 PAG SEVEN Last Retreat For Women Held At Seminary Friday Little Rock.--The last of the summer series of retreats for wo- men will begin Friday night, Au- gust 5, at 7:30 p. m., and will close with Holy Hour on Sunday, Au- gust 7, at 4 p. m. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Albert L. Fletcher, V. G., will conduct the retreat. Father Schwab Dies Monday in Morrilton (Continued from page 1) various Parishes where he was appointed. During his stay in Morrilton he raised $30,000 to be used in the erection of a new Church and School there. Father Schwab was ordained at Chevillo, Paris, in 1910. For six years he labored in St. Mary's parish, Detroit, his first appoint- ment. It was during this time that he worked so zealously for the foundation of a new colored parish in Detroit, St. Peter Clavers. In 1917 he was transferred to Rock Castle, Virginia, taking a great interest in a new school there founded by Mother Cath- erine Drexel. He continued there for four years. His superiors then CHINA WAR DAMAGES CHURCI-ES "Mission Work s As Usual" Slogan in China Kwcilin City, South China. (E).-- All Maryknoll missioners in Kweilin remain at their posts despite the intrusions of the war. Recently the Holy ee named Monsignor John Romaniello of New Rochelle, N. Y., Prefect Apos- tolic of Kweilin. Immediately up- on receipt of his appointment Monsignor Romaniello sat down to write Roae a letter of acknowl- edgement. He had hardly begun when screeching sirens warned of an imminent air raid. It was a case of hurrying with the populace to the hills for some hours and then returning to the letter. "Mission wonk as usual," is the slogan among South China Mary- knollers. like humility and Christ-like energy. The priests present in the sanc- tuary for the Solemn Require High Mass, Coram Eptscopo, which, was held at Sacred Heart church, Mor- rilton, Wednesday morning, are as follows: Rev. Timothy A. Murphy, C. S. Sp., Oklahoma City, Okla., Rev. Aged Bishop Resigns Minn. Diocese Washington. ().--The resigna- tion of the Most Timothy Corbett as Bishop of Crookston, submitted because of ill health and advanc- ed age and accepted by His Holi- ness Pope Pins this week, comes after more than a quarter of a century as the first Ordinary of this northwestern Minnesota See. In announcing here that the Sovereign Pontiff has accepted Bishop Corbett's resignation, the Apostolic Delegation said the Holy Father has namod the 80-year- old prelate to the Titular See of i Vita; that he expressed his pa- ternal satisfaction with all the good works accomplished during the Bishop's long and active epis- copate and that, as a sign of his benevolence, he sent the retiring Ordinary his special Apostolic Blessing. Catholic Hospital Gets $I00,000 Quebec Grant Three Rivers, Que. {E.- The Quebec Govement has given a grant of $100,000 to the Congrega- tion of the Religious of Providence for a new hospital here. The grant had him transferred to S t. Mary's Sharpsburg, Pa. The annals of St. Mary's testify to the many suc- cessful labors of this devoted priest in the parish. He is still gratefully remembered by many of the parishioners. On March 21, 1926, he was ap- pointed pastor of the Sacred Heart parish in Morrilton, Arkan- sas. His devoted labors in this - i i " i for they were under the impres- sion that all Catholics are French. Then they asked us to accompany them the police station for fur- ther questigning. "Here I learned that Monsignor Vogel and his priests had been looking everywhere for me since the bombing; visiting in turn my house, the American Consul and many of the ruins. Finally we met on the street still searching, and In the midst of the ruins of his church, the missionary stands erect, ready to start to rebuild what the war in China has destroyed. The Chengchow cathedral suffered heavily when bombed by Sapanese aviators, May lS. The Foreign Missionary Society of Parma is working here. (NC-Fldes photo.) diocese are well known. Through a devout life and priestly zeal he was a shining example to Cath- olics and non-Catholics whenever and wherever they came in con- tact with him. On a recent oc- casion the alumni of the Sacred Heart Academy paid a filial tri- bute to him whom they consider their greatest benefactor and in- spiration. ; The up-to-date school and con- vent at Center Ridge are fruits of his untiring'zeal, for when first appointed pastor of Morril- ton the mission of Center Ridge was under his care. clergy and laity. The Most Rev- erend Bishop, vested in his Cappa Magna, assisted in the Silver Sac- erdotal Jubilee Mass. On this oc- casion, marked with splendor, beauty and solemnity, a fitting tri- bute was paid to this zealous priest. A large number of con- gratulatory messages were re- ceived from all parts of the coun- try and from all classes of peo- ple. In Jne Father Schwab was promoted by his superiors to a greater responsibility in the City of Pittsburgh. Due to his ill health Chas. B. Hannigan, C. S. Sp., Lake Charles, La., Rev. J. H. Cronen- beyer, Alexandria, La, Very Rev. Msgr. Bernard Sinne, Omaha, Nebr., Rev. Wm. J. Long, C. S. Sp., Opelousas, La., Rev. Thos. A. Wrenn, C. S. Cp., Marksville, La., Brother A. Canisius, O. S. B., Rev. J. J. Cassidy, C. S. Sp., Shreveport, La., Rev. W. Strahan, C. S. Sp., Okmuigee, Okla., Rev. J. A. Fla- herty, Fayetteville, Ark., Rev. Chas. Hertel, Marche, Ark., Rev. Otto Loeb, St. Vincent, Ark., Very Rev. Msgr. A. G. Haeringer, Poca- hontas, Ark., Rev. Louis Janesko, Pocahontas, Ark., Rev. P. Bar- todziej, North Little Rock, Ark., Rev. Francis X. Murphy, Tcxar- kana, Rev. Lawrence Hoyt, O. S. B., Little Rock, Rev. Ignatius Bodmayr, O. S. B., Subiaco, Ark., Rev. Alphonse Mueller, O. S. B., Subiaco, Ark., Rev. Richard Eveld, was oltained through Maurice Duplessis, Premier of Quebec and Provincial representative of Three Rivers. Canada Cathollc Youth Congre Oct. 6 ,to 8 Ottawa. 00. -- The first Con- gress of Cathblic Youth of Can- ada to be held here October 6, 7 and 8 will bring together repre- sentatives of 40 different dioceses. In each diocese preparations are being made for the national gath- ering. Ark., Rev. Stephen Heinkele, 0. S. B., Morrison Bluff, Ark., Rev. Christopher Paladino, O. S. B., Su- biaco, Ark., Rev. Patrick JI. ynch, Little Rock, Ark., Rev. as it was then quite late in the evening, they urged me to go on board the Sacramento to have my hand and back treated. On October 28, 1935, Father he was unable to take up his new Schwab celebrated the occasion of duties, which from the past we his silver jubilee along with many know, had it been God's will, he distinguished members of the' would have fulfilled with a Christ- Scranton, Ark., Rev. M. F. Dono- van, Little Rock, Ark., Rev. E. R. Maloy, Little Rockk, Ark., Rev. Basil Egloff, O. S. B.,. New Blaine, Lawrence Maus, Bigelow, Ark.,l Rev. Lawrence Schaefer, Hoxie, I Ark., Rev. F. X. Dollarton, Hoxie, I Ark., Rev. Thos. P. Reynolds, Cen-I ter Ridge, Ark. I i r- i i i w. ""SHE HAS Kjz00PT THE FAITH,' Senator Caraway Deserves Another Ter,m \\; i A' Constant Supporter of President And New Deal Valiant Worlc for Ar00. ansas Results in Vast Benefits Greedy "Special Interests" Opposing Senator Because They Can't Control Her. Pilgrims To Congress On Crack Liner New Orleans, La. (}D.--With the announcement by tim James Bor- ing Company, official travel agents for the Eighth National Eucha- ristic Congress to be held here October 17-20, that the SS. "Iro- quois," crack liner of the Clyde- Mallory Line, has been chartered to operate as a special cruise ship in connection with the Congress, considerable interest has develop- ed among Catholics who plan to travel to New Orleans for the Congress from dioceses in the Eastern United States. Several diocesan pilgrimage groups, headed by priests and members of the Hierarchy, have already completed arrangements for travel to and from New Or- leans on the "Iroquis." Members of these parties will have the privilege of using the steamship as a hotel during the four days of the Congress, since it is antici- pated that hotel accommodations in the city will be strained to the utmost. Other diocesan groups plan to use the "Iroquis" for only one section of their trip, traveling to or returning from New Orleans by. tmla or motor coache. The "Iroquis" will sail from New York October 11, making sops at Miami and Havana en route to New Orleans. After the Con- gress, the steamer will make a return cruise through the West Indies, stopping again at Havana and Mlanti, and will arrive in New York on October 26. Reser- vation for the cruise are being limited to 400 passengers. Group of Sews, Christians New York. {E).--Organization of a statewide Committee of Jews and Christians in Kansas with Governor Huxman as Honorary Chairman and Senator Henry 3. Allen a chairman, was announced Wednesday from the headquarters of the National Conference of Jews and Christians. The Com- mittee includes leading Protest- ant, Catholic and Jewish religions and lay leaders from all parts of the state. i i ( olleagues Assign Her Task of Giving O. K. To All Federal Legislation. * * * (Headlines from "Labor" Washington, D. C.) America Is Proud oJ Sen ttor Caraway. Arkansas Is Proud oJ Her. We Will Return Her Senate by .a Tremendous Majority Caraway Campaign Committee. ' Pollticld Adv.