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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 29, 1938 ' PAGE FIVE bh Record Set By n Lecture Bureau Jan. 21. (.--The Bureau of the Milwaukee Union of the Holy Society has grown from 32 in 1929 to 116 at time. With the boast can supply a speaker on any subject in 15 min- the bureau has built up an reputation in the field of speakers for Holy Name s and gatherings of other and civic organizations. bureau was established 20 originally as an agency interest and member- the Holy Name Society. Field of Education soon realized, however, the bureau could not con- indefinitely as a mere sales agency. Its latent in the field of Cath- 5ult education was realized, bureau was so orientated. concern was the type MONTH KEYNOTE NEED OF READING PUBLICATIONS FACTS OF HAPPENINGS from Page 1) age-old Catholic people to the taunts and abuses Political clique for over ten Deprived of the rights due the natural law, and at by bitter persecu-: Catholics have: to the free institutions of  to hear their cause and their analienable rights. C. W. C. News Service and Catholic editors most diligent in pre- case, in all its varied American people and Crowned their service by way to Montezuma where a magnificent has beeff established to Mexican youth for the to keep the alive and strong until the of Freedom again or their unhappy land. 1WAllion Subscribers t.la.ok at Germany! Here twenty-three millions of Catholics caught in the Absolutism and suf- t subtle persecution as and bitter as any in Their free Catholic Press destroyed; their Catho- closed and many of Courageous leaders ei- or silenced. Out- Holy Father, the strong- to plead their cause :e is the N. C. ews Service with its 467 and nine million sub- throughout the world. lropose to continue until of an enlightened world on the powerful of Germany and the iron azisrn will relax its un- of a distinguished, and a virtuous Ger- lrotestant and Jew- Should this day hap- the N. C. W. C. News Catholic Press As- Will share largely in the i of Truth pride one calls to which the Ca- thwarted the shame- Red Spaniards to Basque children, in tothe United States purposes; the to identify the and the Church with exposure of the un- suddenly re- World from Rome Holy Father on the an against China. side, what light'and wisdom has lress ceatiributed to economic and so- of America by ex- Encyclicals of the on labor and capital, and charity. It has of peace in a bent on arma- It has kept burn- the lamps of good of clean drama, of in- and, above all, it has strengthened the With the counsel and the Holy Gospel of a dark period when by losses even unto _tb'es s  dear gentlemen You seek from me of man who would make up the bureau's personnel. Rigid stand- ards were erected and they are still maintained in the conducting of the bureau. The men who comprise the per- sonnel of the bureau are recom- mended by the officers of the various Holy Name Societies, by the spiritual directors and pastors, and by the officers of the Arch- diocesan Union. Members are given suggestions for topics of speeches, but a new member is permitted to make his own final choice of topic. He must then prepare a manuscript. This he submits to the office where it is checked for factual contents veracity, and for controversial ma- terial that might arouse argument. The novice speaker is given fur- ther suggestion for increasing the audience interest of the speech and is then assigned to address his irst meeting. Trained Critics Assigned The care in selecting and train- ing the speaker does not end here. A trained critic is assigned to the meeting and, unknown to the speaker observes the audience re- action, the poise and manner of the speaker and the freshness of presentation and material. The critic makes a thorough report of his findings. The second month the speaker is again assigned to address a meeting and a second critic covers the meeting. The two criticisms are carefully considered by the Office and the speaker is then called in for a third interview. He is told of the reaction of the audience to his speech, of methods of adding to its interest and utility. He is "then added to the regular speakers' list. If, for reasons of failure to in- terest an audience or other un- favorable reactions to his speech, the candidate is deemed unde- sirable, he is dropped. There is a regulation concern- ing the speakers who desire to run for an elective office. Any speaker who announces his can- didacy for office within one year of joining the bureau is required to resign. This clause prevents the chance that a man might have affiliated himself with the bureau with an ulterior motive in mind. Subject Matter Varies The subject matter varies wide- ly. Any topic of public interest is permissable, with preference to topics of genuine Catholic in- terest. The most popular are those dealing with the Catholic aspects of social and economic problems. Matters pertaining to the past and present Catholic history come next., further counsel in great leader- ship, in wielding the pen during the current year. My counsel is simple, direct and Apostolic. Continue, with well-filled pens your valiant fight in defense of the Holy Catholic Church and its millions of faithful worshippers not only in America but through- out the world, our plea is the plea of Christ, our purpose is the un- ion of men's minds with God. The mission of the Catholic Press is to gain souls for Christ. You should always keep in mind besides the defense of the Church the dissemination of the truths of Christianity for the purpose of winning souls for Christ. This is your mission; this is your glory. It seems that the masses of our people are awaiting something positive and certain in the form of religion. The chimes lie slunb- ering in the bell until the stroke awakes them. Souls Await Message In the United States, one hun- dred million souls are waiting to hear your messages. For some time, the human race has un- happily sinned against God. It is now somewhat abandoned by God and in great confusion, is "sitting in the darkness and the shadow of death." We are being prepared by God to receive again the sim- ple, fundamental truths of Chris- tianity and eternal' salvation. In such an hour of history, the grace of God will flow abundantly like a deluge. ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL MORRILTON, ARKANSAS NEW BISHOP'S FATHER A CONVERT Mr. Charles R. Cotton, in his home at Seattle, gazes fondly upon the photograph of his son, the Most Rev. Francis R. Cotton, who will be consecrated Bishop of the new Diocese of Owensboro, on Febru- ary 24. Mr. Cotton, who is a recent convert to the Catholic faith, is a member of St. Teresa's parish, Seattle. Bishop-elect Cotton was formerly Chancellor of the Diocese of Louisville. (Catholic 1Ngrth- West Progress photo.) Couple at Shoal Creek Celebrate Silver Wedding Shoal Creek, Ark., Jan. 25.--A surprise wedding celebration was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lensing, residents of Shoal Creek and members of St. Scholastica's parish on Saturday, January 22, when they celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. A delicious luncheon was served at noon, the central table decora- tion being a hugh four-tier wed- ding cake, trimmed with pink and white icing. In the afternoon cards and other games were enjoyed by those present, followed by a dance in the evening. Many beautiful gifts were received by the hon- orees. Mr. and Mrs. Lensing have been lifelong residents of Shoal Creek, Mrs. Lensing being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schulte and Mr. Lensing, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lensing. They Value of Convent Life Cited By Denmark Physician Rotterdam, Holland, Jan. 17. (D. --The value of convent life has been stressed by Dr. Schou, Dan- ish physician, in connection with the plans, disclosed in the Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant, a liberal daily of this city, for the erection of a Protestant convent in Den- mark. The revelation occurs in an ar- ticle reprinted from Hojskolebla- tee, Danish weekly for Danish high schools. The plan for the foundation of the convent was presented to a meeting of Lutheran clergymen by Dr. Schou. According to many Protestants feel the desire for convent life---on a Protestant basis--with its simplicity, its dis- cipline, moral cleanness and sever- ity. Newest Senator Of United States were married in St. Scholastiea's Leading Catholic church on January 21, 1913 by the [  Rev. Placidus Oeschle, O. S.B., Jerse City, Jan 24 {E) New who is now deceased Their . y . :. " bridesmaids at "h ...... " ._ Jersey's newest united States Engel and There:at=:sW:rLlithlSenatr' John Milton, prominent ....... g [lawyer, also is a leading Catholic r'ran enner anu tenry .ensing la-man of this state as best men. I y Since their marriage Mr. Lea- sing has been engaged as a farm- er. They have been blessed witt four children, Ebehard, Marie Marth and Bernard Lensing. Those present for the occasion were the Rev. Basil Egloff, O. S. B., pastor of St. Scholastica's church, Mr. Ebehard, son of the honorees, and his wife and small daughter; Miss Ylarie Lensing of Little Rock, daughter of the hon- orees;" Mrs. Christina Lensing, mother of Mr. Lensing; Alvis Len- sing; and the families of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lensing, Mr. and Mrs. John Wewers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe i Leasing, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Engel, Mrs. Clem Schulte, Mrs. Frank Schulte, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eb- bing, Mr. and Mrs. Anion Deul- mer, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kremers, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Anhalt ant George, Leo, Dorothy and Mary Jean Lensing and Gerard and Leor Friga. Bishop J. A. McFadden Sails for Vatican City Cleveland Jan. 19 (E)The Mo., Rev. James A. McFadden, Auxili- ary Bishop Of Cleveland, sailed ,or Rome from New York to- day on the steamship President Harding to make his first visit to the Pope since his consecration September 8, 1932. He expects to spend two months abroad, vis- iting in Ireland, France and Italy. Senator Milton has been a par- ishioner of St. Aloysius Church for many years and is actively iden- tified with its Holy Name Society, as well as the Jersey City Coun- cil of the Knights of Columbus. Born in Jersey City 57 years ago, Senator Milton received his early education at St. Peter's Pa- rochial school. Senator Milton was married to Miss Margaretta Rickerich of Jer- sey City, in 1907. They have three children, John, Jr., a graduate of Georgetown and Harvard Univer- sitieS, who is associated with his father's law firm; Charles J., a graduate of Georgetown Univer- sity and at present a student at Fordham Law School,, and Mrs. Anne O'Mara, a graduate of Trin- ity College, Washington, D. C. Ignoring of Religion In Education Deplored Milwaukee, Jan. 21. (E)."I.f youth is taught everything except religion, he naturally concludes that religion is a thing not worth knowing about," the Rev. August F. Gearhard, founder of the local Fenwick Club, said in addressing a young people's forum here. A Jewish rabbi and a Protestant minister also participated in the program, which sought to show what religion has to offer modern youth. Wonder State Shoe Shop Throng in London Cheers Return Of Card. Hinsley London, Jan. 17. (E).Ten thou- sand people, it is estimated thronged Victoria station here to welcome His Eminence Arthur Cardinal Hinsley, newly raised to the Sacred College, on his arrival from Rome. The 72-year-old Car- dinal came straight through on the Rome express, breaking his jour- ney only to say Mass in Paris. Though wearied by travel, he faced a ceremony in Westminster Cathedral within a few minutes of his arrival in London. Victoria station is within 400 yards of the Cathedral and the streets were packed with people when the boat-train arrived. The Duke of Norfolk Lord Fitz- Alan, Catholic member of parlia- ment and others were on the platform to greet him. At the great west door of the Cathedral he was received by the West- minster Auxiliaries, Bishops Butt and Myers, and by the Vicars Gen- eral, Monsignor Bick_ford and Monsignor Lionel Evans. Greatest Cathedral Crowd The Cathedral was more crowd- ed, according to senior officials, than it has been since 1903 when a great performance of "The Dream of Gerontius" was given there. On that occasion there were no seats and the audience stood. When Cardinal Hinsley arrived to walk into his Cathedral, under a white and gold canopy and with the Red Hat carried before him, every seat was filled and every inch of floor space was crowded. The long galleries which run the length of the Byzantine Cathedral were crowded too. Father of 11 Becomes Priest; 6 Are Religious Paris, Jan. 17. 00.A 65-year- old Alsatian, the father of 11; children, has been ordained to the priesthood by the Most Rev. Char- les Ruch, Bishop of Strasbourg. Father Ortallo began his theologi- cal studies five years ago follow- ing the death of his wife. Prior to that time Father Or- tallo had made a good living for: his family from a small industry which he had established near Mulhouse. Nine of his 11 children are living and of this number, three daughters are trained-nurses land his six remaining children are Religious. Canada Catholic Body Seeks to Better Films Quebec, Jan. 21. (E.A com- mittee of laymen has been ap- pointed by His Eminence Rodrigue Cardinal Villeneuve, Archbishop of Quebec, and the Archbishops and Bishops of the Province of Quebec to head the Catholic Cen- ter of Cinema Action. The com- mittee is composed of 16 men and one woman. The Rev. J. Papin Archambault, S. J., of Montreal and Canon J. Alfred Chamberland of Quebec, will serve as spiritual advisers. The role of this new council or center will be to study the cinema question from all its anglesre- ligious, moral and culturalso as to center interest upon and to di- rect efforts toward the general betterment of motion pictures. The council will work through the whole Catholic Action Organiza- tion. HATS 1VJDEN'S CLEANED AND BICKED MORRISON THE HATTER Let Us Service we Specialize = [ 523 Main St. Phone 9976 ar in PNr.m , all kinds of Safe Driving sho00 | I Shoe Repairing 1418 Lonisla rh. 4.5o9e I We have ALL the necessary 2815 Prospect Ph. S-SS19 I' Rebui'ding equipment to test your ear to meet the Safety Law require-   ,1 Dyeing B ERY g AL 5th &DRUG COMPANY_TWOMain --Ph.Stres-- 2-226,-8//I IOHNNIE'.q ' G A R A G E 4xs Main--Ph. 2-2269 Ill SHOE SHOP t'#' 418 Broadway Ph. 6810 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Education Assn. To Study Protest On Birth Control Washington, Jan. 22. ().The vigorous protest made by the Na- tional Council of Catholic Women against the advocacy of birth con- trol in the 1937 report of the Na- tional Educational Association's Committee on Social-Economicl Goals of America "will be care- fully considered by the officers of the National Education Asso- ciation," Willard E. Givens, Exe- cutive Secretary of the N. E. A., has assured Miss Agnes G. Regan, Executive Secretary of the N. C. C.W. "The point of view which you express is one which needs serious consideration," Mr. Givens states in his letter to Miss Regan. Miss Regan protested the posi- tion taken by the N. E. A. com- mittee "as failing to solve the most serious problem confronting our country today, and that is the safeguarding of the dignity and sanctity of the family upon which the safety of this nation and all nations depends." Daily Prints Artldes On Evils of Divorce Chicago, Jan. 20. (EL--The Chi- cago Daily Times, tabloid news- paper, yesterday began a series of articles on the evils of divorce, pointing out that 225,000 Ameri- can families last year were torn apart by divorce, with Chicago leading all other cities. The open- ing article pictures the ease with which divorce is obtained, par- ticularly when moneyed people are concerned. "Why go to Reno? Its Easier Here" is the caption used. 'Build More Churches,' Cardinal Urges Rich Prague, Jan. 17. (tO."lIc'n per- sons should build" more churches," His Eminence Karel Cardinal Kas- par, Archbishop of Prague, urges in an article published in Venkov Prague daily and organ of the Farmers' (Agrarian) Party. Cardinal Kaspar was invited to contribute to Venkov's special number and used the opportunity to appeal to wealthy individuals to support financially the Church's building program. Spain's Holy Year Extended by Pope Throughout 1938 Bilbao, Jan. 17. (E).--Because some of the most solemn acts as- sociated with the celebration of the Holy Year of Santiago de Compostela could not be carried out due to the war, and also be- cause Spaniards living in those sections still under Red ' control could not make the pilgrimage, the Holy See has authorized the continuance of the Year of Ju- bilee privileges until the end of 1938. This was done at the re- quest of the Most Rev. Thomas Muniz Pablos, Archbishop of Com- postela, who hopes that the civil war will have ended before that time and the great national pil- grimages, like those of other days, may visit the tomb of St. James the Greater. But the Spanish people are not waiting for the war to end and are going ahead with prepara- tions for large pilgrimages, par- ticularly an international Catho- lic youth pilgrimage. Despite the continuation of the special indulgences and other privileges throughout the present year, Vizcaya Catholics decided not to postpone their visit to Com- postela. Also, on the very last day of the old year, Don Nicolas Franco, a brother of General Fran- cisco Franco and Secretary Gen- eral of State, made the customary votive offering in the name of the StateU-a traditional custom which the Republic had suppressed. Bore returning to Bilbao, the pilgrims visited the wounded in the hospitals of Compostela and Padron, the ancient Iris Flavia, where the disciples, according to the legend, disembarked with the body of the Apostle which they had brought from Jerusalem. Nun, Friend of Poor, Dies London, Jan. 17. ().--The poor in Newcastle-on-Tyne have lost a friend with the death of Sister Valentine Joseph, of the Little Sis- ters of the Poor, who worked among them for 6{) years. Electric Rates III REDUCED Again! New lower rate, effective with February billings, will make electric service a still greater bargain! These new rates will save residential ,farm and commercial customers $270,000.00 a year, based on 1937 con- sumption.., and still more as use of service increasesl Look at the chart below. It tells the story of CHEAP ELECTRICITY 1 \\;, NEW LOW RESIDENTIAL RATES: First 50 KWH per month .... 5c Per KWH Next 50 KWH per month .... 4c Per KWH Next 50 KWH per month .... 3c Per KWH All over 150 KWH per month..2c Per KWH I UNDER THESE LOW RATES RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS CAN HAVE: 50 KWH per month for .......... $ 2.50 I00 KWH per month for .......... 4.50 150 KWH per month for .......... 6.00 200 KWH per month for .......... 7.00 300 KWH per month for .......... 9.00 500 KWH per month for .......... 13.00 --plus small standby charge which helps make these rates possible. The rate for residential electricity in small quantity is now only 5c per kilowatt hour . . . and the rate drops rapidly as you make greater use of electric service. 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