Page 11, 14th January 1938

14th January 1938
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Strong Protest Against " Catholic Herald " By Liverpool...

PROBLEMS RAISED BY IRISH IMMIGRATION REMEDIES NEEDED IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND The Catholic Herald enquiry into the cxminicreialised Irish Dance Hall in this country, and into the......

Irish Fish For Lent

Another manifestation of national enterprise is a movement to supply the Irish market with fish from Irish waters. Formerly, the Irish fisheries were an immense national asset,......

Dance Halls In Ireland

Do They Encourage Or Discourage Emigration ? From Our Dublin Correspondent The discussion in the Catholic Herald about Irish dance clubs in England has caused—to speak plainly—a......

Unemployment Delays General Election In The Six Counties...

From Our Own Correspondent BELFAST. It is believed that the delay in announcing the date of the general eiection in Northern Ireland can be attributed to the present high rate......

Who's Who, What's What In Scotland

By PETER F. ANSON Amazing variety of information and certain other characteristics distinguish the Catholic Directory for the Clergy and Laity in Scotland from other similar......

Vice Premier Received By The Pope

From Our Dublin Correspondent The Tanaiste—as the Vice Premier is called—was received by the Holy Father. Mr. O'Kelly was accompanied by Mrs. O'Kelly and Mr. W. B. IVfacauley,......

Communism Spreads In Lwerpool Beware Of Left Book Club

—SAYS PRO DEO Communist thought is gaining ground in the Liverpool Labour party—mainly through the medium of the Left Book Club groups. The Liverpool Pro Deo Commission have......