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Program of the Eucharistic Congress Neb, Sept 12.--The pro- :Michael A Stagno, Diocesan Director Sixth National Eucha- of the Holy Name Society, Omaha, Neb. Thursday, September 25. 8:00 a m.--Pontiical Low Mass at St. Cecilia's Cathedral 9:30 a.m.--Session for Clergy: Creighton gymnasium. 1. Paper: "Church Music and Eu- charistic Worship," Very Rev. Greg- ory Heugle, O. S. B., Prior of Bene- to be held here Sep- to 25, inclusive, just made I as follows: [endiy, September 22. ' m.--Meet~:~ng of Diocesan of Priests' Eucharistic m.-- Civic reception for visiting prelates of Cleveland.. Concluding Address, Rt. Rev. Jo- Most Rev. Pierre Fuma- [seph Schrembs, D.D Bishop of Cleve- D. D., Apostolic Dele-land and National Protector of P. E. the United States L., presiding. September 23. 2:30 p. m.--Solem~ Procession of THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 20, 1930 MSGR. LAVELLE HOST TO 40 BLIND CHILDREN m.--- (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) New York, Sept. 15.--The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael J. Lavellc, venerable PAGE SEVEN hi campaign c a pione educet W"ERE T0"E MASS i pensions and stressed the need for the solution of the unemployment problem. His appeal to the voters, the press reports, was not sectional The following list, while not ,eom- --Masses on Sunday at 8:00 and but ciW-wide. ~lete, gives the summer schedule for! t0:30 a. m., on holidays o obliga- guests, at the Ak-sar-ben dictine Abbey, Conception, Me. I Monsignor LavCle, who 3aid thatand s~ory, is now the site of a beau- Mr. Frank Burley, hone- Discussion: Rt Rev. Msgr. F. Peitz, Ihe was the happiest member of the tiful modern castle, a boarding school nan; Mr. Francis P. Mat- West PoinG Neb. party, described for the children the for boys similar to American institu- S. G., presiding. , 2. Paper: "The Personal Relation various amusements in '~he park, and, I tions and to the recently established on behalf of La~men, Mr. of the Friest to the Blessed Sacla- at luncheon, cnlertained them wi:h Benedictine academy at Maria-Lasch. m, M. A., LL. B., Omaha. ment," Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jamez A. Mc- stories. The children were allowed to The founder of the school is a Berlin on behalf of State, Hen. Fadden, Chancellor of Dioceseof go swiminmg in the pool of the re:lCatholic and a former officer ;aver, governor of Nebras- Cleveland, Cleveland, O. sort, where they had the opportunit.~ The German schools have been Discussion: Rev. A. T. Schott, C. S. of talking to Miss Gertrude Ederle, criticized often on the score that they on behaif of City, Hen. S. R., Omaha, Neb. the English channel swimmer, cultivate understanding but neglect ~Ietcalfe, mayo~" of Omaha 1:30 p. m.---Final session in St. Ce- mind ~and heart. The Drachenfels ~s an behalf of Prelates and cilia's Cathedral. Reading of resolu- COMM. BARRY, "FATHER school aims to develop character and Rt. Rev. Joseph Schrembs,tions. ~; "!,t OF U. S. NAVY," HONORED a spirit of responsibility St. rector of St, Patrick's Cathedral here, I ~unday Masses in various parrs of mn at 7:30 and 9:00 a. m. l was host to 40 children o the Cath- DRACHENFELS CASTLE .he State. It is published for the HOXIE, Mary Immaculate Church olic Institute for the Blind, the Bronx, NOW CATHOLIC SCHOOL ~onvenienceof our readers, and~ --During July and August, Masses on on an outing to the "Playground," ! -- ~hfle every effort has been made to, ~he first and third Sundays at 8:00 a an amusement park at Rye, N. Y., OnBy Rev. Dr. Wilhehn Baron yon ~ecur~ accurate information, The f x_,.; on the second and fom~h Sunday~ Thursday. In adition to the children Capitaine, -~uardian assumes no responsibilityI at 7:00 a m --~ and Monsignor Lavelle, there were in (Cologne Correspondent, N. C. W. C. "or any changes or errors herein I JONESBORO, St. Roman's Churck the group four priests and five Dent- News Service.) , ARKANSAS CITY Mass on theI --Masses on Sunday at 8:00 a m. nican Nuns who conduct the insti- Cologne, Sept. 5.--The "Castledirst Sunday of the month at 9:30 and 10:00 a. m. During June, July Itute. Crag of Drachenfets," famed in song t.m. an~ August at 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. re.--Solemn Pontifical Vo- the Blessed Sacrament on the Cathe- of the Blessed Sacrament, dral grounds. Johannes de la Salle has been chosen as patron German Catholics are deeply in- terested in the success of these two schools, for they see in them the re- sumption of the former national de- (By N. C W. C. News Se~wice.) New York, Sept. 15--Commodore John Barry, known as the "Fa(her of the American Navy," was hon- ored here yesterday afternoon in memorial selwice3 held under tbe aus- ATKINS.--Church of the Assump- KNO'BEL---Mass on the first and ion--Masses on first and last Sun- ~hilxi Sundays at 6:00 a. m lays of the month at 7 a.m. On oth- [ , LAKE VILLAGE, St. Mary's ~r Sundays, at 7 and 9:00 a. m I Church--Masses on Sunday at 7:30 BALD KNOB--Mass on the first,I and 10:00 a. m :hir(1 and fifth Sundays at 9:00 a. m. i LITTLE ROCK, St. Andrew's Ca- BELLA VISTA--Mass every Sun-[ :hedral---Masses on Sunday at 7:00, tay at 8:00 a. m ~:00 and 11:00 a. m; on holidays at BLYTHEVILLE, Immaculate Con- ~:80, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. ,~ption Church.--Masses ,on the first LITTLE ROCK, St. Edward'l ~unday at 7 a. m., on the second, Church---Masses on Sunday, Low ;hird and fourth Sunday at 10:30 Mass at 7:00 and 11:00; High Ma~ ~ m at 9:00 a m. BRINKLEY--St. John's Church--I LITTLE ROCK, Our Lady of Good tlass every Sunday at 8:00 a m. i Counsel Church--Mass on Sunday at CAMDEN, St. Louis Church.--i6:00, 7:30 and 9:00 a. m.; on hoB- ~Iasses on Sunday at 7:30 and 9:00t ~lays, 6:15 and 9:00 a.m. , . m. MARIANNA--St. Andrew's Church CARLISLE--Mass on the first and --Mass on the second Sunday of the ~hird Sundays of the month at 10:00 month at 8:00 a. m.; on the fourth Conducted by the Brothers of the Poor of St. Francm Write the Rev. Superior for free Catalog J. T. HORNIBROOK Ventilating and All Kinds of Roofing ' Name Pledge, led by Rev. of Welcome by Mr. Louis M. A., LL. D., dean of Law School, Eucharist and Cath- His Eminence George blUndelein, Archbishop of Laity and Eucharis- Martin T. Man- ' Judge of "United States of Appeals,New York ish investigators also hold that Co- lumbus was a Genoese. versy over the birthplace of AmerN ca's discoverer. Professor Ulloa declared that Co- lumbu~ first saw the New World in tbe company of Danish corsairs, "with whom, without the aid of Span. ish kings, he made the previous dis- covery of America." Prof. Balesteros Bere%ta, one of the greatest of Spanish historians, has denied that Columbus w~s a Spaniard, and other important Span- Neb. ~topher Columbus was a Genoese are ra'~-Eucharistic Demonstra-Ifaulty, and declaring that tbe hart- the Auspices of the Holy ]gator's trip to America in 1492 was :ty, in the Creighton sta-Ihis second, Prof. Luis Ulloa, director Denniz E. O'Brien, presi-[of the Peruvian National Library at Holy Name Society, i Lima, at the Americanists Congress in session here, revived the centre- 1135-37 Olive St., St Louis S. S. LACONIA From N. Y. December lSth From Boston December 14th Direct to Galway and Cobh (Queen~town) One Way Rates : Cabin $152.50 Tourist Third Cabin $110 Third Class $87.50 Special R~d~eed Round Trip Rates Cabin $26S.S0 Tourist Third Cabin $194 Third CIM~ $160 Cunard cuisme ... Cunard service... Mr. $. $. Keating, renowned authority on Ireland, official conductor and your personal adviser on this ex- cursion. Daily'Mass celebrated off board.., or- ganized entc~:tainment. Will you be spending the happiest holiday of all the year with those nearest and dearest back in old "Ireland? Cross in the luxurious liner N When The Christmas Bells Ring In An Elementary and Junior High School for Boys Cathedral Sectmnal Meetm s for Women p~ces of the Fmnna Fall Society and , ,, " , " " g " ..... ~'ice: Dee, litcris, patriae For God, . m. Sunday, at 10:30 a. m iVio~ Rev. P~etro Fuma- , ~uesday, 3 p.m. Knights of Co-the Irish. World.., Three thousand learning and fatherland." . CENTER RIDGE.--St. Joseph's McGEHEE, St. Winand's Church ~. ~., Apostolic Dele- ~umbus building persons attenoea me serwces nero in Church, Mass during the months of ---Mass every Sunday at 8:00 a. m. "Tabernacle Societies," Rev J. F. Centrar Park. ]V~'XICO'S PRESIDENT'S '~'~N~ Iuly and August on the second and MENA, St. Agnes' Church--Mass~ ~Iost Rev. Francis J. L. Moisant, C S V, Director of Viator- Among the speakers on the after-JJ~ ~ ~ ~ f~,,,~ .~,,,~,a ~ ~..~a ~ m on first Sunday a~ 7 -- ...... " " -"aT ,r ,~r~ *',,~, ............. " ......... a ........... ~, .:~ra ~II(1 ;~:l)O a. D. D., Arcbishop of Dubu- inn Mission Band, Chica~o, Ill noun's program were: lr~~o~ A~t~E~ O1~ WA~ " m.; on second Su ~ . . , ................... CHARLESTON--Masses on first, ndays at 9:00 a. m.; "The Eucharist ~nd Catholic Fan- Francls P. Jones of ~he Ir~shWorld, ~ ~.~r~l~ ~;ul~ bird and fifth Sundays at 7:30 and on ~hlrd and fifth Sundays at 8"00 a. ~. rr-..--First session for the i!y Life," A Franciscan Father the Rev. Patrick O'Leary, Capt. E.K. }:30 a. m., on second and fourth m.; on fourth Sundays at 7:00 a. m Creighton gym,nasium, Rt. Wednesday, 3 p. m.-- Knights of Duff, Catholic chaplain at the Brook- (By. N. C. W. C. News Service.) ~undays" at 10:30 a.m. M 0 R R I L T O'N, Sacred Heart ~eph Schrembs, D D., Nation- Columbus building lyn Navy Yard; Assistant Corpora- LosAngeles, Cal, Sept 15--Gull- [ CONWAY St Jose h's Church--' Church---Masses on Sunda . ~.c . ' . - . , P ys at 7"00 ~or of the P E L, p~e~d - ,, tmn Counsel Montrose St~a~bu~ e~ ~ a ~, . " ~- The Apostleship of Prayer, by .... g "'lermo and Fernando OrtLz Ruble,I ~asses on Sunday at 7:00 and 9:00nd 9:o0 a. m. a'- ,, Very Rev. W H. Agnew, S. J, presi- representmg Mayor Walker, and Dr.sons of the president of Mexico, ar-I ~. m NEWPORT---Mass on the second union, Nouri ment BY PUBLIC BOYCOTT (By N. C. W: C. News Service.) : clock er May 15, Masses at 7"00 and 9"00 ,. the Soul," Rt Rev. London, Sept S--St Augustine of co o I EL DORADO- Holy Redeemer a. m. . mPhrey Moymhan, D.D., ~B" N ~ .... Xrew. o^~. :.~ i Hippo, the fifteenth centenary of ~ | ] CHAS;.Sk, S~TIFFT I | ~] 3hurch Masses on Sundays, 7-30 ] PINE BLUFF, St Joseph's Church aul Semmary, St. Pau, x~o. v..,. c.~, , A., ..... ';.~whose death .has just occurred, will! mR | I 3~'"M~'S,rce, I | ~ [ tnd 10:30 a m I --Masses on Sundays at 7"30 a~ld ~sion" Rev I-~en~ J Buer er the force of public opinion rather be honored here at Westn]lnster Ca- I! [ ] I I ENGELBERG.-~St Johns, Church 10:30 a m.; on hohdays at 6:30 and " "Y " g ' "ha of eenso~shi a m " thedral during the week of Septem- ~l " ' 9"00 a m --Mass on Sundays at 8"30 o clock . , .It r n ~ " p as cans oi com- I ~. owells, Nebraska. batting obscen~ and indecent sta~e ber 28, when special services will be I ~l EUREKA SPRINGS, St. Eliza-I POCAHONTAS, St. Paul's Church ' re.--Solemn Hour of Adorn- ~roducqons which would result inca held. The commemoration has been i .-- ' ]]]beth's Church--Mass every Sunday of --Masses on Sundays at 7:00 and .~the Clergy at St. Cecilia's ~'enerai be .... ~ o ...... ,;~_~].~ ~ deferred because many priests and ]i[ ~t'Or ][]~he month at 11:00 a.m. I 9:00 a. m t Rev Joseph Sch~embs, ~ PRESCOTT . . -"... atrieal presentations, Msgr. Mchael peplearestillnvaeatinanditwaslil . ............... Hi FAYETTEVI=E and TONTI-]o . _ --Mass on the first p ot ~levelanu, presmmg, j Lavele rector of St Patri"v'- r,. desired to make the occasion a no- [I[ | |~" |~||~m~m]~fl~" H] tOWN--Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 a I~unaay of the month at 9:30 a m .~Pubhc Holy Hour of thedral h re nd" a ..... tableone li[ ~|~-~" ||!~~r- Ill n N B A~ the hours of Massal- RATCLIFFE---Mass on the second oa f . , e , a le der in ~ne wa~n- " ~ " ' or the laity in all c:ty ........... Each da~' of the celebrati^-s a [ ',] II l ernate each Sunday it is well to find I and fourth Sundays of the month at s, wi" ....... ~ ella lneacre luovement s orive ~o ' Y u, ,, ,,, ~- a r~t. iev. msuop pre- -ur~ the American th-atre*^* TM priest belonging to a religious order I t] H [ mt at Fayetteville as to the hour for I 8:00 a. m. 'ed~esda .... 4 ~ec:ncy, last night mad: a p]:a ;or will occupy the Cathedral pulpit 11 "Remember the ]11" particular Sunday ].~RUSSELLVILLE --~ St. A n n's y, ~eptemaer z ...... , ...... Amono the "~reache~s will be ~reh I ~1 Ill FOREMAN--Masses on the secondi ~nurc~r--~ass on zno last Sunday of a ra ,. . .. . _ .~ , me pUDllC S suppolz OX ~ne clean play s ~- " -,. . ~ ~ ..., ~', .--~on~i~lcat ~ow ~wass ot Monsignor Lavelle whose blasi bishop Goodier, S J., the Rev: Vin- ] i] _ _ 1[[ ,nd' fourth Sundays, at 10:30 and] ~ne month at 9:30 a. m. or deceased members of . ' cent Scully, C R a the Rev Giuse- 11 |~ | ~| ~ []1 '00 respectively ] SEARCY--Mass on the second and ~Uch r" " t agaxnsz several curren~ prouuctions ., e- I " " ,_ a ~st~c League at S .......... e niciotti C R L the Rev Bene III ~[-rf ~ ~[~L[.| Ill FORREST CITY--St Francis'] ourth Sundays at 9:00 a m ~htlr~. in ~ew ]~orK a ~ew weeks ago ere- v , .,. -, ~, ,,, . " ~-~"-" " ated a stir in theatrical and o~her diet Zimmerman, O. D C., theRev. [[1 - 111 '3hurch--Mass on the first and :fourth/ SLOVACTOWN, St Cyril and ~,?-:: Rt. Rev. Jos. Schrembs ............ ~ A Kelly 0 S A the'Rev A Bow [t] A~'encv I1~ ~undays of the month at 8'00 m m ;I Methodius Church---Mass on Sunday ~lsh ~ circles, spoke over ~al;lon wl~wl~ , ., - o .~ % ~ . . ~P of Cleveland ................ ring, 0 P, and the Rev Hu-h Po-e I I I1~ }n the second, third and fifth Sun- and all Hohdays of obligation at 9 a m .. ... ..... ann in his ~uesage zo our ~rlenus' " " - g P ,,~ i~ . ~ _ _: --t'on~l~cal Low lwass hb, ~e toohnf: ilhe: m~biii O L~ :k' l l:] :LH~!6:4U /] [ ~!ii:{inl;Mi;TH00miamO::~C ~ a m !?!iled~R~td. ::dpn :t~ oCve ~rX!nrmte~.:n:. !~ FEDER ILDING to c 7~on22 (::~ :: a:: ~: o 2~2~:~e Jo:7 :::~:A'~'U b ~ .... " zation of heal~h- ~raetical sensible ing the week in St Peter s Hall, at-[il Little R ek [1[ " P" Church--Masses every Sun- STUTTGART--Mass on the second ,, ~" J, M , " an. ~shP of ?heyenne~ ~ and conservative public opinion" taehed to the Cathedral. I ~------ ~1[ lay at 6:30, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m Sunday of the month at 7:30 a. m ' ,,xvs$ l~ev ~uwaro d nan- " On " b " " " Monsignor Lavelle referred, with-The Canons Regular of the Lateran | FORT SMITH, St. Bomface Church all other Sundays of the month ', ~rchbishop of San Fran- . a r, outmentioning the name, to a revival celebrated th~s week at their several THE CATHOLIC CLUB -Masses on Sundass at 6:00, 7;30, t 8.00 and 10:00 a. m. ra " ...... '~ ~ of "Lysistrate" in New York and de- houses in ~Engiand the centenary of ] third and Adams. Memphis. Solicits men', ,rid 9:30 a m. On Holidays at 5:30 SUBIACO--Subiaco Abbey Church ' .---~essmn for zne ~mrgy: ............... St Augustine Hotel Rooms, clean, cool and ~nd 8:00 a m ---Masses o ll r~, ..... :.._. claret1 ~fla~; ule Iacl; zna~ t;ue play was s " " I " ~orta~),e. Keasonamy prices __ " " n Sunday at 5:00-5 30, ~JaltllK~,~l UlII j. ]~ . i . . " e ORT SMITH, Chulch of Chrmt 6 30 7 30 al~er " .... i .... ri a classic dM no~ wa'ant ~ts b mg [ ~, ............ . ' : , : , w~th five-minute sermon; : xne ~o umg ~ucna s- )ted d "if it does harm" ,~_~,,,~, ............... r'r~tL I~L~-~r.,K ,he Kmg--Masses on Sundays at 900, sermon" 9 25 H1 :ace, a Divine Companionship t " uce " I~/-klJI'IULIL IYIAIIJK-LLLI.~I Genl~rai Manager ............. J , : , "gh Mass. Holi- }:uu ana ~:oo a. m. un ~otiaays at da s same tim^ ~ce,,, Rev Leo M Krenz, S J, In deprecating the value of censor- OF DETROIT, DEFEATING I ' 00 an .... I Y , " ~. a .... - - : u ~:uu a. m. , ~Io. ship as a means of cleaning up the FORMER KLAN FAVORITE [] Buy Your Lumber and Mill Work GILLETT---Mass on the second T E X A R K A NA, St. Edward's IS~on Rev Patrmk Burke stage, the Cathedral rectm asserted Chu : . " W. , .... [] From ~unday of the month at 10 a.m. ] reh--Masses on Sundays ~t 7:00 eb. that censorship ha,~ proven a failure (By N C W C News Service) r[ ~..._11 va.~ ~ HAMBURG.---Mass on the fourth] and 9:00 a. m. a er: "Rules and Regulations becausethe word seen.~s to have.set- Detroit, Mich, Senjt 15 Mal,or xuey ,.umber nday of the month at 10:30 a. m. ] WARRE on the Blessed Virgin " Ver-- Rev tle~ in ~ne punic mind as something " ~ " "~--~ "tl ",., ................ I "--" ~ ou~ , ~ . . . ,, ~,~*aal~xaay nur~--~uass on ~ne zirs~ and third Sunda of ~h enher~e, o p ~)f an abom matmn, elect Frank Murphy, the37-year-old I] ~ .............. ] y e month at 10:45 a. m. si = -, .... , ,, ,, ,. ---,,he .~-4135 Little txoe~ ~unaays of the month at 7:80 and on: Rev. Thomas J. Smith, Personally,' Icannot tell why, !canaldate who defeated Charles ]|, ~t.uu res e . t WYNNE. Immaculate Conceptton ~ ~, , p C~lVel Me s~ nor La aM Y Chur "ghton University, Omaha, n "g velle s " . Freedom of Bowlees, Detroit s recalled mayor, [~ . " HELENA St "M ] ch--Mass on the first Sunday-gf speech, of the press, and of other land two other aspirants in last ]] , ary's Church---ithe month at 10:30. a. m.; on the l~--Session for the Clergy things is zo deep in the public mind I ...... ~ ~ .... _ ~ _/I ..... ~Iasses on Sunday at 7 30 and 10 00 third and fifth Sunda. a ,, .... . , . iweeKs elections, IS a ,,a~nollc an~ ~, I/~t[/'NMnn'r~r~ n t'~ t~-m-r * : J yS t 8:00 a, nL; gymnasium mat ~nere ~s a generat revulsion ofi ........ /I HIII/IIK'I'L'II'I'~.I~I Iflkl t m I .'.,. " " , ......... l~ormer instructor in ~ne universiw/I llllllOllJdl~l ~ t,~9~I~ ' ' I on nonaays of obligation, at 9"00 :r~Vi~'Th, e L~turg, cal Struc-I~we::~ldgs=::t::Y:t~:gn lP:ears :n::/of Detroit law school./~ HOT SPRINGS, St. Mary's Churcha. m ss, Key ~uwin l~yan, " " :~, " .... " . . Mr. Bowles, who was elected mayor - ' holic Univerzit- Washing-[when hberty goes so far as to be h-I. .......... ~[ Plumbm~r and Heahn~ .... cense " ill, ~u~u, ~OOK oI~ice in danuary ann || . . ~, o ---- - " was recalled in July was backed b,, ~ " . . . asncang, e l'xu IklUX i~lan Wllen ne sougn~ [I 208 l.~,Ama ~'r~mm~ "--'- C r, ..... n=,>,~xnA~ nEVIVES f~Lr~ ,, ................. I ~., umana, ~e~. ~,~ ............ unsuccessfully the office of mayor in I/ i., .,,.... .... ,. ! r: "Rlues and Regulations CONTROVERSY RELATING 1924, when the Klan was near the I/ P~o.e 8342 i$1K l~d i~Tl~ / .reh Governing the Admin- TO COLUMBUS NATIVITY crest of its short-lived power in this [| ~,~,~,~ l~ ~,~l~, ~ ] i.Reception of Holy Con'.- ~ C W.--~. News Service city. , [/ LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ~'~ ...... A..I. Y Rev. Thomas M. Pal- (By N .... " .) Last week s elections were free I/ *" ~:{:~|~'~9 2"~kIK. S. R., Kansas City, Me. Hamburg, Sept 12.--Asserting that from religious issues Mr Murnhy i~ ~l Rev. Athanasius Steck, docur.e~nts taken to show that Chris- " " ~" '