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Page Eight PAR SnIONE S .... '-as-a hospital for crippled ch-ildren, it is announced. Dr. Schuffel is chief of the surgical staff of Mercy hos- INSURE SELVES TO I pital Of which the Sisters of charity !have charge, and the gift of his home BUILD CHURCHt° them'he said' was inspired by his admiration of the splendid humani- t tartan work they are doing. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Associates of Dr. Schuffel at Canton, Ohio, Sept. 29.--Members Mercy hospital have Contributed $6,- of Saint Joseph's parish here are in- 000 to equip an operating room. suring their lives for the double pur- The house is in an ideal location pose of erecting a new church to cost for welfare work. It is surrounded $150,000 and of protecting their own families in case of death. This novel • plan enables every individual in the parish Lo make a bequest ~o the Church in proportion to his means. One unit of this contract is $600. The Church's share of this unit, $100, is paid to it at the end of ten years or at the prior death of the unit holder. The bequest to the Church having been satisfied, after the tenth year the unit belongs entirely to the unit holder, and when he has contin- ued his yearly deposits for ten more years, or twenty in all, the unit be- comes a fully paid-up, dividend-bear- ing life insurance contract for $600. Any number of units from one to five, and at ages from ten to sixty, may be applied for without medical examination. The plan is being adopted not only by heads of families, but by young men and young women of the par- ish. Already one hundred parishion- ers have taken out policies under the scheme. The Right Rev. Joseph Schrembs, Bishop of Cleveland, and Msgr. Clement E. Treiber, pastor of St. Joseph's Church, have given their~ approval to the plan, which also has been sanctioned by the head of the Insurance Department 'of the State of Ohio. The company issuing the contracts !by several acres of lawn and a num- ber of trees. The property is con- sidered very valuable. 1RICHMOND, CALIF., NOW WEST HEADQUARTERS OF SALESIAN ORDER THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 8, 1927 (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Richmond, Calif., Sept. 22.---This city is to become the Western head- quarters of the Salesian Fathers who have just purchased the old'Emeric homestead on the edge of the city and eleven acres of garden and farm land for the establishment of the Western Provincial College. The purchase of the college site was made by the Rev. Oreste Trin- chieri, S. C., provincial of the order in the Western Province, and the D|Ot~ll~r~|~O i~rl~Al~ I fore your organization and those lrades in arms never fails to enthuse l~LIlCJ)ll~ l~l~FU[ll whom you wish to become members[himT'in his far-away home. DDII T I DIYDI | [of your study club. ~o character in American history llllLOl hLg liLIJlhlhO] The following Study Club Outlines is more colorful than that of this Ca- may be obtained from the N. C. W. tholic servant of Christ. After serv- C. Headquartero, 1312 Massachusetts ing the Union army and receiving an New York, Sept. 29.--Reports that Avenue, Washington, D.C.: honorable" discharge with the rank of a priest named Sandano led a band of rebels in the State of JMisco, Mex- The Church and Rural Problems. captain, Joseph Dutto'n returned to ice, were discredited here today by the Rt. Rev. Pascual Diaz, Bishop of Tabasco, Mexico. This is the priest who is reported to have bee~ sum- marily executed after his capture. "We are unable to find the name of Sandano on our church lists, and One day, however, about the work of among the lepers, he incus leper missionary his services. The offer was and for nearly fifty years Dutton has devoted his lepers. His work has been his home in Janesville, Wis. Here he Presidents, doctors and engaged in business with success, ers throughout the world. (IN THE HEART OF THE COMMG~WEALTH) until further advices from Mexico ar- rive, we must take the reports with @ much reserve," Bishop Diaz said. "We believe, however, that some poor unfortunate has suffered the penalty imposed by the summary cour% as it has been the custom of the various~ military leader~ operat- ing in the States of Michoacan, Jalis- co and Colima to charge the Catholic priests with being t~he le~ders in all disturbances. "Our information from Mexico states that a large number of bands of rebels are springing up in all parts __ of the republic. These new uprisings, according to our reports, are caused by conditions in connection with the new presidential elections." James R. Sheffield, retiring Am- Elements of American Democracy• Girls' Welfare. Itealth Education. Social Service. The Christian Family. Religion: The Catholic Ideal of Life. Catholic Education• The Boy Problem. The Mass. *Development of Christian Art• Women in Industry. *Current Legislation. *The Catholic Press. Immigration. **Eugenics.. **Education Legislation. * * Marriage. **Religious Persecution in Mexico. **Current Catholic Writers. "How to Conduct a Study Club," bookiet. *At present out of print. **Ufider preparation. G. A. R. CONVENTION GREETS BRO. DUTTON, work of remodeling the building for bassador to Mexico. declined to com- APOSTLE TO LEPERS ment upon the statement attributed the reception of novices will begin to a high Mexican government offi- at once. • (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) cial that Mr. Sheffield had been treat- CINCINNATI COUPLE ed with the utmost courtesy in Mex-FulfillingGrand Rapids,a traditionMiCh"6f Sept.many 28.years, MAKE $10,000 GIFT TO Iic°" [ "Although I would like to express wtanding, the Grand Army of the HOSPITAL THERE Republic, at the closing session of its Inky views upon the Mexican situa- national encampment here last week, (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) 'tion," he said. "yet there is a possi- officially despatched a message of Cincinnati, Sept. 19.--Ten thou- bility that a revival of the Mexican greeting to a comrade, Brother Jos- sand dollars has been given by Mr. question would embarrass Mr. Mor- eph Dutton, Catholic worker in the and Mrs. William E. Fox of Cincin- row." famous leper colony at Molokai, H. is the Royal Union Life Insurance nati to the children's ward of Good Company of Des Moines, Iowa, and Samaritan Hospital, here, and will be the life underwriter, who has per- used to pay for furnishings and fected the plan and made it adapta- equipment for the children's ward. ble to financing churches, is J. W. A. This is one of ttte largest single do- Staudt of Canton, Ohio, who has had nations given to the institution. 35 years' experience as a life under- Mr. and Mrs. Fox have long been writer, interested in children's hospital work. -- Mr. Fox is secretary of the Board of BERLIN :PAPAL NUNCIO Advisors of the hospital. He is head TRAVELS BY AIRPLANE of the firm of W. E. Fox & Company, TO CATHOLIC ASSEMBLY brokers, and formerly was president of the Cincinnati Stock Exchange. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) By Rev. Dr. Wilhelm Baron yonNEW IRISH COLLEGE Captaine IN ROME IS TO BE (Cologne Correspondent, N. C. W.C. DEDICATED OCT. 23 News Service) ------- Cologne, Sept. 19.--Monsignor (By'N. C. W. C. News Service) Pacelli, the papal Nuncio at Berlin, Dublin, Sept. 21.--The Governor- travelled by airplane from Trier to General has made arrangements to Dortmund to attend the General Ca- be present in Rome at the ceremonies tholic Assembly. He planned to i to mark the opening of the New Irish make the return trip to Berlin in the College there. These wflq take place same way. ] on Sunday, October 23. The Cathohc Truth Society has or The Papal Nuncio was in Trier tel . ." . " " gamzed a pilgrimage for the occa take part "n the celebration held in h~ .q~ ~h.~ ~ ~ ~ ] sion, which has already attracted _~nor of ~,. M .... ms, th~ ,,~1~,, large numbers Cardinal O'Donnell whose relics have rested in that town/ for 600 years. At the conclusion of] will attend the ceremonies, as .will the x r 1 a large number of the Irish Hler se e e c'ses, he made the trip to] Dor m 1 archy, most of whom are now m Rome t und "n an airplane supplied by .... ,i, the German Ministry of Commerce paying their visit 'ad hmma to the and with the approval of the Control ~ Holy Father. ommlsm The Irmh College has for some C ' "on of the Rhineland. He also went by airplane toBreslau lmonths been installed in its new cohen buildings, which provide nearly twice • the Catholic assembly was held] .... there in 1926 In his New Year's] the accommodations of the former address m B rh house No Tormal ceremony, how • e "n, he spoke of the l • ~ utility and importance of air trans-[ever, was held to mark the transfer, portation ]owing to the impossibility of the • _ [Cardinal attending before October. CATHOLICS REPORTED[, -- FEW AMONG CHINESE ]LEADERS IN FRANCE ! STUDENTS IN EUROPE[~ DRAW UP PROGRAM Ir ' ' . [ FOR CATHOLIC ,WEEK • (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) [ -- New York, Sept. 14.--Recent sta-} (By N. C. W. C. News Service) . tistics taken among the Chinese stu-[ Paris, Sept. 19. At the Cathohc dents attending European universities/ Week to be held in Paris January 29 and schools show that, out of 600]to February 2, 1928, the general Chinese students in Germany, one is[ subject of ~the discussions will be a Catholic. In IIolland, the proper-["The Return of the Nations and the tion is one out of 150; in England,[Whole Social Order to God and to two out of300; in France, 120 out/Christ Through the Church." The of 600; in Belgium, 120 out of 180.I meeting will be held with the patron- Most~of these Chinese students are t age of 28 Cardinals and under the pagans when they come to Europe lpresidency of His Eminence Cardinal and, until:recent years, little organ-tDubois of Paris. It has been organ- ized ~ffor~ had been made to bring]ized by the Apostolic League, which them in co'iitact with Catholic influ- [ has planned, as well, a series of study ences. Since 1920, Father Vincent[ groups and conferences to be held in Lebbe, C.~ M., who had been a mis-I Paris in the course of the coming stoner for many years in China, has[winter.' ' turned his energies to the conversionI of Chinese students i~ Europe. J BISHOP LEDVINA HURT " ~ I IN MOTOR ACCIDENT DUTCH SUFFRAGIST [ -- " . BECOMES A NUN[ (By N. C. W. C. News Service) ------- • ' ] Corpus Christi, flex., Sept. 12 -- (By N. C. W. C. News Service) ]The Rt. Rev. 'Emmanual B. Ledvina, The Hague, Sept. 19.---Mrs. Brons-] Bishop of Corpus Christi, has been veld-Vitringa, for several years a[ injured in an automobile accident member of the Dutch Parliament and ] while on his way to Washington D. C. of the City Council of Hoorn, has giv-] to attend the annual meeting of en uP the world, its strife and tur-] the Bishops, a~d is now in St. John's moil, to enter religious life. She is] Hospital, Springfield, Me. now Sister Jane in the Benedictine[ Bishop Ledina was accompanied monastery of Heide, near Antwerp. t in the car by Father D. A. Laning of /Kingsville, a priest of his diocese. HOME OF ' ~ l Near Lebanon, Me., the auto turned INON-CATHOLIC, GIVEN [ over, and the Bishop's wrist was frac- ' TO CHARITY SISTERS] turect in two places. Father Laning ~2 Iwas not badly injured. Canton, O., Sept, .--Dr. H. M.I Bishop Ledvina' is improving daily Schuffel, a non-Catholic, has given[ at St. John's but it probably will be hislarge Colonial type residence here[ ten days before l~e will leave the hos- to the Sisters of Charity to be used[ pitaL COURSES. ARTS AND SCIENCES PRE-MEDICAL, PRE-ENGINEEE PRE-LEGAL, PRE-DENTAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Two-Year Course Leading to the Degree Ph.G. (WOMEN ADMITTED TO THIS COURSE) Boarding and Day School Terms reasonable , , , , , , , , , , , , I., who is often called the successor * WHAT A STUDY CLU . of Father Damien. Along with the ....... • B "~'reetino-s a large sunnlv of tobacco ;ollege will open on Thursday, Sept. * MEANS AND HOW TO * °" , . ~" ' ~" .~ * MAKE IT SUCCESSFUL . ana pipes was sent. For Further Information Apply to the Rev. Rector. , ..... . Brother Dutton, despite his many -------- eals amen the unfortunates of the Registration on September 12th, 13th, 14th. * National Catholic Welfare * Y " g . [ * Conf re " , island, retains an active interest m l , • • • • ,e ,no: * * * • ~hnen::~a::s:~ ?e 2" A. iR"oandthe]ldcom-" i , --- 1. THE STUDY CLUB is to in- g f om h s -[ struct our Catholic people, whose ........ time is largely taken up in business -@' | 4.~.~164.4.~.1~.~1~'~'@ H..l,*l~÷.l~÷4.4..l~.l~@~@.H..l..l,~'q~-l-4'*l~*~'~"~~ activities and the affairs of everyday t life, in subjects, th~ knowledge of ~ which-is necessary for a PROPER UNDERSTANDING OF CATHOLIC LIFE AND DUTIES. ~ ~/ ~ - ~ II. ~ J, . * --* 2. Subjects set out in Study Club ~ |n~!~ t.atl he l're. s A ssnelZtlnn outlines are reduced to their simplest ~,~ ~,~ =m~, ,, A ~-v~ .......... form and do not require extensive ~ ~ m~wvw~ wv,avwm,~w,~s.~ ~,nnsnns-~ a~w~ ,e~a'a'wmw~s reading. Neither does it take much ~ ||~" 1H~: IlMI-HI Sla I~.~ aNII I:Al~lAl)A time to understand them• ~ wit ~ v- ,~.,a. ,.~, ~,~ ~,., , ~,ms v . 3. A Study Club is to bring to- tether a number of persons anxious A DIAN ....... $ Through THE GU R ~o m~orm themsetves on a parucmar BASIS OFsub ect which may have some local significance, or may be of, general in- t IS SOLICITING LIFE MEMBERS ON THE ~eres.. Kindred spirits will easily ~ • • make a sui'table selection. ~ ~ ,~ ~.~, ~#.~ 4. A Study Club should consist of $ ~ 1 | l| 1 a small number, so that EVERY 4. ,~_l.~ _~_ ~.~..~ MEMBER MAY BE AN ACTIVE ~ ~ PAR:nICIPtN:mlb::ho~ :::l~ ::dad::e ~ The proceeds received from the Life membership fee clubs will serve a more effective pur:~ ' to be invested and the income to be used to form a pose than one large club. [~ 5 A Study Club should not be too ~ " " " • , I Cathohe L terary Award Foundat,on : rigid or formal. An orderly and sys- [ :~ " , tematic study of simple and interest- 4. ~r~, r" " made each --ear for ing subjects may be carried on in the [$ "J.Tle awa as ~o De y most friendly manner, in parish hall, I'l' r -- " " ...... in schoolroom, or the parlor of one's ~ [~ " The best poem of the year : own home. I$ The best artmle or essay 6. Subjects which are of special _._ : : ~, , . ~ , , interest to all Catholics at the pres-I~ .. : + llle best snort story ent, time are: Cathohc Education ,~' • The best novel ' and education legislation; the Civic[~ ; ....-1_ t__l_ loyalty of Catholics; relations between [ ~ ., ,,,,e DeSL JUV{::~l[lll~ DOUI~, t~t~. .. : Church and State; the need for Cath- I "~' . • olic Thought and Action; Catholic [~ The purpose being to encourage opposition to birth control and steril- I~ ization laws. These are some Of the I~ CATHOLIC WRITERS topics in Study Club Outlines. [4. ' 7. In addition to these, there are ~. subjects of special application to[t Should you desire to become a Life member of the Catholic Press Asso- various regions. In our western and I~ ciation and ma ke possible the establishment and maintenance of. this southern states, theChurch and Rural I~ permanent and perpetual FUND, just fill out and return lhe attached ~romems wm ~e oI uunw as well aslI ................ ~'~ "^'1/o ' est Second St Little ock Ark DianE ~o trim (/o211~i)i/li~, ou~ V.' vv , , interest. In our cities may be stvdtied It " " " the Boy Problem, Immigration, and ~i Industri'al Relations. / ~t. .......................................................................................................... 8. In every parish in our cities, ] ~ i in our towns and villages there are a I! ' APPLICATION BLANK few persons who are born to be l& ............ ........ LEADERS AND INSTRUCTORS OF[~ i nereDy give you pracucm prooi oI my goo win ana ln eres Oy THEIR 'FELLOW CATHOLICS. By[! asking you to enroll my name as a Life member of the Catholic Pres them thSs leadership should be viewed[ Assoc!ation of the U. S. and Canada. rather as a pleasure than a duty. Let]:~ , ' those who are blessed with -this gift[i Signed gather around them others who are[~ .... ~, willing and anxious to be better in-[~ ~ree~ . aares ~~ formed. This is the way to form a[~ ~it" , State successful study club. [~ "~Y~ 9. A leader who initiates a study~_ . . club should endeavor to ENCOUR-t~ , ~ AGE THE OTHER MEMBERS TOIl: . ~ TAKE THE LEAD in turn. Monop-/~ ely is not leadership, but instruction,[~ ~ persuasion and encouragement is .... In this way new leaders will come[ Make check or money order payable to the Cathohc Press Assocmtion, for~rard and the good work will] and send to THE GUARDIAN, 307 fi2 West Second St., Litle Rock, Ark. spr;:d. In Study Clubs INDIVIDUALI (The payment may be made in one pcyment of $100, or 10 payments of THOUGHT SHOULD BE ENCOUR-] $10 each or may be paid in 2 or more installment .) AGED. The outline of study will al-[~ ways suggest in addition to those]~ printed therein different viewpoints [ of the subject for short papers and]~ discussion. [ "~ Please bring these suggestions be- ]