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Page 8 I i I II 000000CATHOLIC 00T(0000tLD CAME NATIONA! ,..ATHOLIC WELFARE COUNCIL NEWS SERVICE .::f.:..fH I MAYOR HYLAN ON ROAD TO HEALTH.--Mayor John F. Hylan, who is serving his second terra as chief executive of New York City, has passed through a serious illness. In the above picture--the first taken since his recoverythe Mayor is playing poker with his grandson, '*Baby" Sinnott. (International Newsreel.) I N.Y. POLICE SEND AID TO LOUVAIN LIBRARY.--Member8 of the New York police ected $10,000 as a contribution towards the colt of restoring the famous library of Louvain Universiff during the world war. Commissioner Em-ight (center) hands check to Dr. Nicholas Murra chairman of the national commission for the restoration of the library. A memorial column Louvain and will bear the names of members of the N. Y. police force who lost their lives in the war, wood and Underwood.) I FRENCH WAR HEROES ENTER PRIESTHOOD I i . THE RT. REV. D. J. GERCKE, whose consecration as Bishop of Tucson, Ariz., took place in Phila- dephla. He was formerly a mls. sionary in the Philippines. (Inter. national Newsreel.) SIXTEEN YOUNG MEN WHO WERE ORDAIN ED to the priesthood by Cardinal Dubois in the chapel of St. Sulpice, at Issy, were combatants in the world war. Their decorations included four knighthoods in the Legion of Honor, ten war crosses and two military medals. One was a Lieut.-Colonel. six Lieutenants and four sub-Lieutenants. (International Newsreel.) INDIANS 1SAY TRIBUTE TO COMRADE.--An was laid on the grave of Joseph Takes-the-Shield at Cemetery on Armistice Day. It was the tribute of Joseph Takes-the-Shield Post of the American Legion, ceremony was performed by the Roy. William Hughes, Bureau of Catholic Indian Miesions of Washington. was a chaplain of the let Division overseas, and is a Indian Post named after Joseph Takes-the- Argonne ten days before the Armistice. The war the Vatican Museum in response to the Pope's reque*t of Catholic missions. CONQUEST OF PAGANISM-A crucifix has been erected in France on a rock formerly associated with the worship of the Druids. it sym- bolizes the victory of Christianity over paganism. The rock is 30 feet high. (International Newsreel.) NAMED BISHOP THE REV. JAMES A. GRIFFIN, leSSor of St Mary's Church, Joliet, IlL, is Bishop-Elect of the diocese of Alton. He worked for many mn.s In Chlcro. UNIVERSITY OPENS WITH MASS.--The academic year was ed at Dublin University with High Mass sung by Arcbblshop yrno. His Grace Is seen in procession wth the president of the university. (Wide World.) BEST OF lS,000.--Miss Margaret Mary Sehorn. graduate of 5t Joseph's Hospital Training School, St. Paul. Minn., has been awarded a scholarship offered by "The Train- ed Nurse and Hospital Revlew." There were IS,000 competitors. Miss Schorn is engaged in parochhd school nursing in the Archdiocese of St. Paul. HONOR FOR BISHOP OF VERSAILLES. The easier of the Legion of Honor has been bestowed et left), Bishop of Versailles. Cardinal Duhols, right) was chosen by the grand chancellor of the decoration upon his episcopal brother. (N. C. W. C. I,$00 AT OF sad Denis W. Mayor 4elegatJon fron! the ourt. The peace.lea was m long. Picture shows the cortege !caviare St. Vlmcont's (Pacific and Atlantl.)