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L THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 12, 1938 I PAGE SEVEN I 00[des Spanish ic00ion Evidence cracy Lwes __-ington, Feb 3 I/ That P00ls, been no ;videnc00 the l.C e of true democracy in rilsince 1930 and that the ! held in Barcelona this as f a Small n'dnority of Le$,t- rl  ,1 ,y Ull UtlllUUl AUff ,,_  m stated in a le.tter writ- o0 William F. Montavon, Di- 1 of the Legal Department, ^-[al Catholic Welfare Con- v, , Published in the Washing- glntavon's letter was oc- ..d by Publication of a story we#] of the sending of a roos- ted |eSmon, bearing n dtf 60 members of the Umted OU S ".|g of this small minority of trtes, the members of which TaVern"handful of the dis - a.he Komintern," and that r, t0ns were merely per- Lh, l and last only a few tS 1['" a.dlhe Post, January 31, I read ti Wishes, c, message signed by , r rs and 84 Representatives deas been delivered to the Ls, II1 F-abassy in Washington r.hoJ OCcasion of the convening 7izCortes at Barcelona," Mr.' veort Wrote. a long time now it has vt.ous that there is no de- I IY in Spain. The Spanish of 1931 is now demo- d t j its origin, in its Con- ., in its acts or its func- P_Pact of San Sebastian, in ,,vas a COnspiracy, produced --ortive revolution of 1930, rR0_ld.Wnfall of monarchy in ;t:e terms of this Pact have pr, yet been revealed to the -""^ -- :fn Paln" " of tl They are the GI': he present Spanish h ela, _ the United States we ;t@.i 00ith the most success- blicavi form of govern- ll has devised. Our gov- t !s representative, respects f minorities, recognizes 1 the natural rights of , is democratic in the 'word, . L s 00arty Drug Co. al lowth and Main Sts. Ie :  lhone 9111 a CITY 'ATTORNEY CAMPAIGN FACTS RIGIIT EXTRA PRECAUTIONS AT BLIND INTERSECTIONS Speeding past blind streets and alleys is a dangerous practice. Ob- structed vision should, in itself, be sufficient warning to slow down and proceed with extra caution. That is the only way to insure safety at such places. External vigilence is the price of safety. Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernke, Little Rock, Ark., Spiritual Director T J, Arnold, Little Rock, PreMden. Joseph Endertin, Conway, 2nd V..Pres. Leo Hammer, Ft. Smith, 1st V.*Pres. Jos A. Sohnitzer, Ft. Smith., See. Just received word that the Good Friday closing committee ap- pointed at Pocahontas, consists of J. V. Baltz, F. J. Baltz, and An- drew Jansen, and I hope that this committee will have great success in their endeavor and I hope that like committees have been or will be appointed by every affiliated society right away and then get busy and see the merchants and get them to sign up or, at least, promise to close their doors as per the wording of the cards we are having printed, viz: HS STORE WILL BE CLOSED BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 12:00 NOON AND ,8:00 O'CLOCK GOOD FRIDAY This is a very worthwhile work and in time every store may be in- duced to close; so, I hope that every affiliated society will at once work along with us and see their local merchants and urge them to cooperate with us. When these committees have been ap- pointed, please send the names in to me for our records and then also let us know how many stores have promised to close, so that cards can be sent you. Looking through my files, I find in The Guardian of April 10, 1937 a picture showing how Good Fri- day is observed n our National Capital. It shows a large crowd AT A GLANCE R. C. (Dick) BUTLER The Qualified'Candidate for City Attorney . . is a lifelong resident of Lit- tle Rock actively engaged in the private practice of law for years. He is competent to attend to ALL the details of the office without extra fees or the employment of outside counsel. He is asking for his FIRST public office. BIPLER IS OPPOSED BY " the incumbent who is seeking his THIRD term . . . and who denounce the. third-term request of his pre- decessor. IS OPPOSED BY . . the present City Attorney whose term of office in- ClUded the employment of extra counsel at terrific ad- ditional cost to the taxpayers. AG AINST HOME.RULE IS OPPOSED BY ' , . a man who has spent nearly his entire business life oft Public payrolls, practically speaking. RIJ'LER IS OPPOSED BY . a man who is publicly known to have participated in enormous fees from outside sources. CERTAINLY, IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE Political Adv. being addressed by a priest in a park. The reading under the pic- ture is as follows: "The Rev. John T. Maloney of the Catholic University of Ameri- ca, is shown speaking to those as- sembled in Franklin Park, in downtown Washington for the 6th Annual Way of the Cross cere- monies, on Good Friday. The services were under the auspices of the Catholic Evidence Guild of Washington." In time, if our store closing move is a success, it is possible that the above might be duplicated here. This being Catholic Press Month I sincerely hope that every Cath- olic home in Arkansas is receiving The Guardian regularly, and if there are still some members of the Catholic Union that are not Guardian subscribers, then I hope that they will at once hand in their dollar to their pastor or their society secretary. At the prevailing price of only one dollar, i there exists no excuse for any Catholic family to be without The Guardian. T. J. ARNOLD. Priest Leads Crusade Against Tberculosis Honolulu, Jan. 24. (E).--One of the most active workers toward the "full year's crusade against tuberculosis" in Hawaii, plans for i which are now being formulated by the executive committee of the Territorial Tuberculosis Associa- tion, is the Rev. Valentin H. Francis, SS. CC., known to resi- dents of the territory as "the Patriarch of the Catholic Church in Hawaii." Catholic Offici#d Honored London, Jan. 24. 00.Bestowal of a knighthood by the King upon Charles McCann, Agent-General and Trade Commission in London for South Australia, brings to light the fact that he is a Catholic. Sir Charles is 58, was educated in Australia by the Christian Broth- ers, came to London before the world war and on its cessation worked in Argentine. He returned to London seven years ago. Sacrifice may become easy by habit,---none the less sacrifice. Laic School Edict Abolished in All Leftist Spain Bilbao.--With the recent de- crees issued by the France Gov- ernment, the school laicism im- posed upon Catholic Spain by the Republic become. wholly extinct in Nationalist Spain. The rules and regulations for all schools in i the liberated zone of the North, drawn up by Dr. Suner, include religious training other than the hour set aside daily for religious instruction. "On Saturday aftc.rnoons the Rosary will be recited," Dr. Sun- er orders. "All education must be permeated with the religious spirit so that the child will both feel and practice the Catholic religion. On entering the school the pupils will raise their arms and say: 'Ave Maria Purisima.' In the same way they will greet officials who visit the schools. At the beginning of the school day the 'Our Father' is to be recited and school  close with the prayer: 'Regina Pacts, era pro nobis.'" All holy days will be observed as school holidays. The custom of beginning school with the greeting "Ave Maria Purisima," to which the response is, "Sin Peeado Coneebinda," is traditional. Even adults have made a practice of using this greeting. Devotion to the Mother of God has always been a special mani- festation of Spanish Catholicism. For this reason special devotions in the schools are ordered for the month of May. An image of the Blessed Mother is to be placed in every classroom and the tradi- tional morning ceremonies will be held throughout the month before these statues. To the theoretical religious in- struction and the exercise of re- ligion, the Education Commission requires that there be added a so- cial practice of religious precepts which will influence the moral training of the child. Co-Educational ,mior College to Be Opened Washington, Feb. 4. (F,).A co- educational junior college under lay Catholic auspices will open here in the fall attolumbus Uni- versity, according to plans an- nounced this week by Chairman George E. Herring, of the Uni- versity's board of trustees. It will be the first co-educational in- stitution of its kind under Cath- olic auspices in the District of Columbia. Sponsored by the local Knights of Columbus, the university, an outgrowth of the post-war K. of C. schools for veterans, was incor- porated here in 1922 and was granted a federal charter by an act of Congress in 1934. It has maintained a law school and an accountancy school, with a total enrollment of more than 1,200. Allsopp & Chapple Booksellers & Stationers 30-809 Main Street Call DAN DEARASAUGH For Office 8upplies--Ph. 9612 IIIII 'I I ECOHOMY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING PRESSING Robert J. Klrspel, Mgr. 619 Main St. Phone 2-0782 North Little Rock WE DELIVER any place in Little Rock and North Little Rock. I IIII I III I I II II II II J. J. Healey C.A. Roth HEALEY & ROTH FUNERAL DIRECTORS SINCE 1905 Ambulance Service Call 4-0549 I I i See Our Double Service -two S,.,,TS 5 In the new and wanted models. Sizes to fit regulars and the hard to fit. Rube & Scott 4 17-419 Main Street Little Rock, Arkansas QUALITY CLOTHES AT REASONABLE PRICES r THE NA17ON SAFETY COffNCIL TURNING THE "'CO----R1NER Are you going to turn at the next corner? That, if you are a motor car driver, is the first thing to decide. Deciding late and turn- ing suddenly have caused many an accident. Will you turn left or right? If right, approach the turn close to the right hand side of the road, and signal your intention to cars be- hind. Slow down well before reaching the intersection; then take the turn slowly" looking out for the safety of all pedestrians. If you intend to turn left, the most common practice is to turn from the inner lane next to the center line of the roadway. Pre- pare for the turn by carefully an- gling across to the inner lane and signaling your intention to all cars behind. If traffic is approaching down the left hand side of the roadway, whose path you must cross as you turn, wait until this traffic has gone by; then turn around the center point of inter- section. Captive Spanish Bishop Impersonated on Radio London, Jan. 31. (EL--An im- poster is impersonating the cap- tured Bishop of Teruel and broad- casting from Leftist radio stations in Spain, according to word brought here by F. G. Sturrup, London business man who ha just returned from a visit to Nation- alist Spain. The man who is broadcasting as the Bishop, he says, has a voice resembling that of His Excellency, but that his friends can detect the difference. The broadcaster gave a rosy pic- ture of conditions in Leftist Spain and he tells the world that prison- ers are being well treated. Cnsider how all the vexations of the past have vanished; those of the future shall vanish in the same way. Student Honor Roll Announced At. St. Mary's Students who are on Mt. St, Mary's Honor Roll for the third six weeks are.: Seniors: Mary Evelyn Barren, Helen Marie Berberich, Eleanor Guilford, Juanita Hudgens, Jeen McLean, Adelaide Mulholland, Pauline Mullen, Julia Mae Per- beck, Bernice Porter, Mary Such, Gertrude Walter, Katherine Weck- er. Juniors: Martha Doengi, Doro- thy Hanson, Olive Hill, Frances Ann Lee, Bernadine ,Lipsmeyer, Norma Louise Parker, Lucille Patterson. Sophomores: Madeline Binz, Jeanne Courtney, Lily Fields, Da- plme Ginocchio, Dana Kumpe, Evelyn Oswald, Hilda Sarna, Car- olyn Sulser, Mary Ann Younge.r, Frances Zakrzeski. Freshmen: Rose Marie Andrews, Arlene Findley, Audrey Kyzer, Genevieve Metrailer, Rita Joy Mouton, Gertrude O'Brien, Rita M. Pruniski. Eighth Grade: Peggy Lee. Seventh Grade: Marilyn Miller, Mary Arline Powell. Sixth Grade: Mary Elizabeth ]Keith, Arminta J. Nichols, Alice :Maude Seford, Ann Kimbrough Webber. Fifth Grade: Mary Katherine Claxton. Fourth Grade: Catherine ARe- peter, Patricia Mulholland, Mary Helen Thomas. Third Grade: Margaret Ann Burnett, Bernadine Narey. The following students have straight "A" reports for the entire semester: Mary Evelyn Barren, Gertrude K. C.'s Protest Qiving of Post To Communist New York, Feb. 4. (E).Protest against the so-called promotion of Simon W. Gerson as "assistant to the Borough President of Manhat- tan" is made in a letter sent to Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia by the New York State Council of the Knights of Columbus. The letter, which was made public yesterday, refers to Mr. Gerson as "an avowed Commu- nist" and declares that because of his party beliefs a Communist is "disqualified from taking oath in a representative and democratic form of government." Walter, Rita Joy Mouton, Rita M. Pruniski, Jeanne Courtney. 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Tires and Batteries--Standard Gasoline and Oil N TO THE LITTLE ROCK READERS OF THE GUARDIAN On next Monday you will go to the polls to vote for or against a radical change in the operation of the city govern- , ment of Little Rock This is the IMPORTANT election since a majority vote for a change would definitely place before you a charter which you would be called upon to accept. The act under which this would be done does not pro- vide for anything that the present form of government does not guarantee EXCEPT that the DICTATOR-MANAGER and his board can fix salaries to their liking. They can enact no laws that conflict with state laws and they cart do nothing that cannot be done under the present form of government except act as managers of the people. Under the present form of government you have a voice in the selection of your officials and misconduct on their part means their repudiation at the polls. But you would have no such opportunity under a DICTATOR-MANAGER. Think it over and vote against a change of the present form of government that operates for the benefit of the people. VOTE THIS WAY TO SAVE THE GOVERNMENT FOR THE PEOPLE Little Rock 6ood 6overnment Club 206 W. Capitol Ave. Phone 2-3146 Political Adv.