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f PA, S_T THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 9, 1930 THOUSANDS ATTENDING gious gatherings in the ancient Slo- ST. ADALBERT SOCIETY vakian city, Sastin, where the Slovak SERVICES IN SLOVAKIA iCatholics are celebrating.the 60th an- mversary of the Society of St. Adal- By V. Myslivec, Jr., Prague Corre- bert. spondent N.C.W.C. News Service. Rt. Rev. Michael Bubnic, Bishop of Prague, Aug. 4.--Over 15,000 Roznava, sung the solemn Mass and people have been. attending the reli- afterwards the beloved leader of the Catholics here, Monsignor Andrew Hlinka, Protonotary Apostolic, spoke on the importance of the Society's activities in Slovakia, in publishing and spreading all over Slovakia Cath- olic books in Slovak language. A long procession was organized Frank W. Gibb & Company ARCHITECTS 225-7 Gazette Building Little Rock, Arkansas Why People Say That Walter G. Brasher Will Be Elected State Treasurer-- 1. Because he offers, at least partially, the much needed relief from the present financial condi- tion of the state by the introduc- tion of a bill in the Legislature E. W. JENKINS Building Contractor Box 848 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. If it's Electrical We Have It! Complete electrical service, including wiring, lighting fixtures, radios, electrical ac- cessories, etc. providing for keeping all state ARKANSAS funds in Arkarsas. ELECTRIC CO. 2. Because he is the only can- didate runnin:$ who made the race four years aF, o, ,in which contempt he was a very close second los- ing by the narrow margin of only 6,781 votes. 316 LOUISIANA ST. 3. Because it is the usual dem- ocratic custom to elec+, a man who has made such a close race and waited his time. declininf., to op- pose the winner for a second term. 4. Because when his opponents in this race are defeatad their ex.- perience will only be what his has already been. The man winning high second may run later as he is doing now. e" THE PLAN OF INSURANCE I~,~iiltl~)) AND BOI'IDINO PROT TION Call on Us for Any Form of INSURANCE Campbell, Mallory & Throgmorton GENERAL AGENTS Aetna Floor Bankers Trust Bldg. L~ttle Rock, Ark. Phone 4"0430 Let's All Vote for including a delegation of Slovaks from the United States. Mr. Drobny, the president of the Slovakian ad- ministration, offered a toast to the Holy Father at a dinner served in the Salesian Institute. Sastin is a well-known pilgrimage center not far from Bratislava, the Slovak capital, which boasts of a mi- raculous image of the Holy Virgin. Processions pour into this city from all parts of Slovakia and Moravia ev- ery Sunday from Spring until Fall. MAASTRICHT HOLDS SEPTENNIAL FETES OF ST. SERVATIUS Colorful Demonstration Ve~er~ating Holland City's First Bishop Fol- lows Ancient Tradition. SCHAER-NORVELL TIRE CO. 24-Hour Service Louvain, July 28.---For the ancient Holland city of Maastricht, every sev- enth year is a "Holy Year." It is holy because sacred relics, preserved in rich and antique shrines, marvels of the goldsmith's art, are exposed to public veneration and triumphantly carried through its streets with ap- propriate religious ceremonies that draw thousands of pilgrims from far and wide. This year is a seventh year and the. month of July was chosen the month for the Heiligdomsvaart, the pilgrimage to the Holy Shrines of Maastricht, "the Hallowed." 21 Bishops Saints. The city is hallowed, indeed, by a long line of 21 Bishops, every one of them a canonized Saint. The last of the Episcopal line, St. Hubertus (727), patron of huntsmen transferred the See to Liege. The first St. Servatius, Armenian by birth, was, according to legend, a relat!ve of Our Lord. In the land of Judea, there were two saintly sisters, Anna land Esmeria. One became the moth- or of the Blessed Virgin and the ~other became the mother of St. Eliz- abeth, mother of John the Baptist, Esmenia was also the mother of 'son. Eliud. Eliud's son. Esmiu. emi- grated to Armenia, wedded Memelia the mdthcr of Servatius, so the leg- lend goes. Great Missionary. ,- Endowed with the gift of ton~zues Servatius became a missionary and preached the Gospel in the country about Maastricht. Venerated as a saint in life. he continued to be so honored after Ms death, which oc- curred May 13, 1284. A te m, pl e stands in Maastricht which bears his name and in which are preserved the remains and the other relics that are the objects of special veneration every seventh year. One of these r~,lics is the Saint's: 'skull enclosed within a bust of which the mitered head is of gold inlaid with precious stones. A chased br~s BROADWAY AT FOURTH STREET and enameled reliquary, ornamented Phone 8118 Little Rock, Ark. with gems worth a fortune and some ~,..I.q.O.I.t,q~,b~t.l~q..bq.q~,l~[ 100 embossed figures of angels and saints contains the bones of St. Ser- vatius. In times of calamity, the rcl- 'iquary is carried through the streets It has long been a source of regret that the Catholic Press received more negative criticism than positive co- operation. For this reason Editor Hezog of ~he Duisburg Echo called upon Father Felix Hardt of the Ob" lares of the Immaculate Virgin to as- sist in a campaign to introduce a Cath- olic paper into every Catholic home. Father began this task by establish- ing personal contacts. He visited all the publishers, editors, priests and leading laymen in the deaneries of Duisburg, Hamborn, Dinslaken and Moers. He arranged for conferences in these towns at which he explained/ his problem and outlines a program l | of actlwty." " After a general discus-/,, sion of the problem, "Press Apostles, "Press Promoters" and "Press Assist-. ants" were appointed and instructed. For two months these waged an ac-I tive campaign in behalf of the Cath- ] olic Press. High Grade Lumber and Millwork Little Rock, Ark. 8th and Izard t~ D. J. Bubisson, Pres. Phones. Office, 4-247! Res. 4-1511 AMBULANCE SERVICE Dubisson Undertaking UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS All Calls Promptly Answered. of the city and is therefore called OPEN DAY AND NIGHT "Noodkist,'2 Emergency S rine. 905-907 Gaines St. Little Rock, Arh .. _ coR aERMAp CsV O} FCRENCE RIE--'-------- - Walter b, grasher _ . : ervlng the Pubhc for Cologne, Au~. 2.---The Rhenish and il We have them in exee,tionally ~ beautiful interpretations and at Westphalan indus rta] towns of Dins- t] very sensible prices For State Treasurer , 25 Years ences on ~i% Catholic Press. .': " " " ,, burg, Hamborn, Dinslaken and Moers ]l CHAS S STiFFT CO b.~b~q.q~.l~q~u.t have been the scenes of recent confer- [L A Stere for All the People 2 BUT YOU CAN TRY } 'I EP. 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Your Support and In preciated. Candidate for ] Representative Pulaski County "QUALIFIED -- HONEST I ; WM. L. Dry Goods, Shoes, Dependable 1219-1223 West Phones