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THE GUARDIAN, AU IJST 1927 Page News Service) Aug. 8.--The Ca- Chile, in a Joint d to the Ca- of the country, has ac- the task of making of Santiago a national Catholic undertaking is fkr- effects and undoubt- advance UNlVERS|TyIsessing splendid vices' is directed bYlN"'[ VaTWa~ aDDra,'rbard is such as to make ~t difficult Sandro Benelli, brother of Sem Ben-t11~ y 1||~]Ul ~IILI"]LI, [to charge discrimination directly. elli, the playwright.: The playwright lr_t~h ~ li~tr~ IT li ~1~r~m11]The principal, it was found, is given speaking of the choir, expresses the I~||K .~-~|.i.|| V~-~.~. | ] |]his instructions. Thereupon he. goes Ira. V~i IltJ4. A~M,IVV~ IW &AAIII~IJLIA AA/.~ ~ ~ . firm belief "that the Florentine ~nrougn tne apphcatmns on file at Polyphonic Choir conducted by my --'---- . the agencies, merely passing over brother, Sandro Benelli, is one of the (ByN~ C. W. C. News Service)such as attest that the'applicants pro- Rome, Aug. ll.--In answer to an in Chile. 1: c University as a dignified of Catholic edu- most auspicious signs of the great intellectual reawakening of the New Italy." Great interest has been stirred in this country by the approaching visit of the choir. The sponsors of the or- ganization are arranging a social af- fair in honor of the Most Rev. Ed- ward J. Hanna, Archbishop of San Francisco, to be held at the St. Francis Hotel here, on the evening art and literature harmoniously in a re. Students have Parts of the country. e * " Xelus~vely from m- left to it by appeal by friends of Sacco and Van- zetti for intervention in their behalf, the Vatican has said briefly and de- fi~iitely that it could not see how any appeal was possible since the men al- ready had been condemned through due process of law. The influential friends of the two Italians who are condemned to death in Massachusetts urged "humanitar- less an undesirable religion. If an applicant has refused to state his or her religion, that application also is passed over. No quarrel is made over such a refusal; the teacher is merely passed by in silence. It is pointed out that such a prac- tice is very easy hereabouts. There are now 3,000 applications on file at the agencies in Los Angeles, and some of the agencies can provide any- SECURING FOR THE DI()CESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS PRIESTHOOD of December 8, when the famous ian reasons." thing wanted in the way of a teacher, regardless of sectarian, educational, choir will be in this city. An inter- RELIGIOUS TEST physical or other requirements. esting detail of this occasion will be FOR CALIFORNIA the execution of all the appointments --- in the Florentine manner. SCHOOL TEACHERS EDWARD M. TIERNEY, -- K. S,. G., WELL KNOWN Mr. Healy, general manager of the (Continued From Page One) N.Y. HOTEL OWNER, DIES choir on its tour of the~largest cities "I 'am a Catholic," the applicant of this country, Canada and Aus- replied (By N. C. W. C. News Service) tralia, will also manage the choir on "W.~IJ, ~]~P..~ ,yw. m~,b~. ~j~@. ~ ,w~L ~in~r,~'nrp%~, ~. ~., ~u]g. ~O.-- a serms of concerts from Florence to not consider the position; we do not. Edward M. Tierney, well-known I Genoa, Italy, the point of embark-]hire any Catholics," was quoted as! Binghamoton and New York hotel Any, Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Do- nated. An Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and Recorded. A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and Training for One Seminarian. %'1. SEMINARY BURSES. COMPLETE