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PAGE SIX Abp. Spellman Contributes To Moiale of Men Overseas New York. (E)--By his tour of lains are "writing a page in American posts abroad the Most American history which future Rev. Francis J. Spellman, Mill-traducers of Catholic patriotism tary Vicar, has made "'a contri- will never be able to besmirsh." button to the morale of our fight- "No doubt the time will come ing men beyond calculation." the and perhaps it may come soon," Right Rev. Msgr. Francis W. he said, "when successors of the Walsh, Vicar Delegate of Sub- Ku Klux Klan will attack the Vicariate No. 11 of the Military loyalty of Catholic citizens; but Ordinariate, declared in a set- when they do, their puny cries mon here. " will be drowned in the mighty He added that Catholic chap- roar of acclaim rising from the lips of hundreds of thousands of Britian's First non-Catholic men now in ser- vice, whose first-hand knowledge: Communist Member of the patriotism, courage ahd un- Died A Catholic selfish service of American Ca- tholic priests will make them im- London. (P--John Turner Wal- pervious to the poison darts of ton, who was Britian's first Com- bigotry." munist member of Parliament and Msgr. Walsh urged that Catho- who has died at a Glasgow Hos- lies include in their prayers for pital, was received into the Ca- the armed forces "all non-Catho- tholic Church after he had retir- lics and even the enemies against ed from politics and settled down whom we fight." to live in retirement in Eire, it "Can there be any surer way has been revealed here. Mr. Wal- to bring this cruel and terrible ton formerly had professed the war to an end than to bind all Quaker religion, hearts together by the bonds of Mr. Walton, who was 54, was Mary's rosary, stretching around a member of the Fabian Society the world " he asked. "May and the Independent Labor Party Mary's prayers, the prayers of all before he became the first Com- Saints, the prayers of all men munist member of Parliament in and women of good-will soon 1922. He resigned from the Corn- bring an end to bloodshed and de- munist Party in 1924 and five struction and establish that peace years later he opposed Winston with justice and charity for which Our Holy Father and all his chil- Churchill, now Prime Minister, as dren pray and din which, please Labor candidate at Epping. God, the nations will dwell to- He resigned from the Labor gether unto the end of time." Party in 1931 and in 1935 again = == took part in the Epping election, this time m support of Mr. Boy Churchill. He then withdrew from politics and went to Erie, where he became a naturalized Scout citizen. He returned here in 1940, intending to stand as Independent  -'lews candidate in the by-election in the Lonsdale Division of Lan- [ L caster, but later decided not to run and supported Sir Inn Fraser, Conservative candidate, who ran on a platform calling for more vigorous prosecution of the war. of He was the author of numeroUSArchbishop books dealing wi?h armaments. Official's Death May Delay Selection London. {E)-- The appointment of Cardinal Hinsley's successor as 4 Archbishop of Westminster may F, be delayed somewhat, it is felt here, by the death, announced by Troop 11 Vatican Radio, of Msgr. Vincenzo, The scouts of Troop 11 will at- Assessor of the Consistorial Con- tend Troop Camp for one week gregation, beginning Sunday, June 20. Msgr. Santoro was responsible The troop is one of the very for the gathering of information few which conducts a Troop Camp which requires consideration be- each summer as recommended by fore appointments to vacant Sees. the National Council, and one of " You never get ahead of anyone two troops in this district that as long as you are trying to get have their own scouting area. even with him. This is the troop's fourth year of conducting a troop camp, and " the second long camp at their own place, Camp Miramont. Camp Miramont is an eighty acre tract in its natural state, composed of: REX E. JOLLY ,art lowland and part mountain- ous terrain, separated by a dam- med-up stream, which divides the two types of woods and ground. COUNTY JUDGE Boating, swimming, and fishing activities are provided. The area in its natural State is very beautiful at all times of the year, and most all native tree and shrubs are found within this Scout Paradise. The scouts have just completed We Appreciate Your Trade a new bridge. A new mess hall and kitchen under one roof has POE'S STORE POCAHONTAS, ARK. been erected. It is screened in to insure clean, wholesome meals. The camp will be under direct supervision, at all times, of Scoutmaster W. F. Lewis, who since completing the National Council Boy Scout of America Troop Camping Instructor's Course, has seen that his scouts re- ceive the benefits of an approved troop camp each year. Aiding Mr. I Lewis for the past four years in this vital heart of scouting ac- THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 18, 1943 U. S. AID FOR AFRICAN ORPHANS More than a thousand dollars was collected by American soldiers and' sailors it/a large town in North Africa recently to aid the orphans, who were bombed out of their convent home, pictured in the back- I ground. Corporal Sherman W. Cooke, of Forest Hills, N. Y., and i Sailor John T. Woglom, of Brooklyn, are, shown presenting the money I to two of the orplmns and their chaplain, a Father Cassenua. U. 8,' Army Signal Corps photo. (N.C.W.C.) tivities are the veteran troop committeemen: Dan Murphy, Sr., Harry Hastings, Sr., Blick Mar- tin, Joe Beck and E. R. Kemp. Much credit is due these men who have for years co-operated with the scoutmaster with also advice, planning, and physically assisting in the program, and in material procurement and transportation. All are deeply appreciative of the eforts of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. A. Allen, pastor, who has made Camp Miramont and its facilities available to the troop for its scouting purposes. All scouts or sea scouts of Troop or Ship 11, who have not signed up to go to camp should do so tonight at the regular troop meet- ing. The scouts who attend Camp Miramont each year are provided with the maximum facilities for health and safety, scouting train- ing in all phases, clean, coopera- tive living conditions, plenty of rest or recreation by the camp's natural features and by equip- ment and a trained staff of lead- ers and junior leaders who have qualified in all phases of scouting activities, camp leadership courses, and first aid and life-saving. Newfoundland Priest Gives Blessing Over Radio London. (E)--A priest newly or- dained in Rome and born in New- foundland gace his first blessing over Vatican Radio, beard here. His name was taken down as the Rev. Robert Lacey and he was or- dained at the Irish College in the Eternal City. He sent his blessing to his relatives and friends, not- bly his father and mother, "To whom I owe so much," his two sisters at home and his brother abroad, and all his friends in St. John's and elsewhere. The new priest said that at his first Mass, offered at the Convent of St. John of God, he was "as- sisted by Father Joe O'Byrne." He added "Father Joe O'Byrne and I expect to start our home- Vacant Wards Shelter For Serviceman New Orleans. (E)--A number of wards, closed down by the short- age of help occasioned by the war, have been converted into a sort of "Week-end hotel" for servicemen here at Charity Hospital, where an average of 300 soldiers, sail- ors and marines are accommodat- ed each week. One week 600 men were "registered." It all started one night a few months ago when two tired sold- iers strolled into the admitting room of the hospital, conducted by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. and as':ed one of the nuns on duty if she could give them shelter. She led' them to beds in an examination room (.f an admitting ward, where they spent the night. Nothing more was heard of the incident for several weeks, until one night a nun on duty was en- countered by 50 servicemen seek- ing shelter. There were ample beds in the wards which had been shut down, but the nun wasn't sure whether she had authority to allow the wards to be used for hotel purposes. She appealed to Sister Stanislaus, the superior, and Dr. O. P. Daly, hospital suprin- tendent, who gave instructions to take care of every serviceman that the hospital facilities would permit and "don't turn anyone away." Since then, the vacated wards of the hospital have become a popular shelter for servicemen, who pay only 50-cents a night for the accommodations and that is used. to pay for laundering bed linens and towels. One of the nuns on night duty stated: "You'll imagine that 600 sold- ward journey in a short time." : Catholic Hospital Gets iers, sailors and marines would cause quite a disturbance in a i Largest Iron Lung hospital. Well, they do not. St. Louis. )--In recognition of They're just as quiet as they can its wide scope of charity services, be and they always conduct the Firmin Desloge Hospital here, themselves like gentlemen." a unit of St. Louis University, has been assigned what is described as one of the largest iron lungs made. The assignment was made this month by the St. Louis Joint Council of the CIO United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employes, which will defray the upkeep costs of the machine. The device will accommodate two children or one adult and is adaptable to pneumonia or in- fantile aralysis cases. Holy Family Nuns Note Anniversary Philadelphia. ()--Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth through- out the world will observe the first anniversary of the death of Mother Mary Lauretta, who was Superior General of the congre- gation for 39 years. Born at Widzewo, Poland, Jan- uary 30, 1862, Thecla Lubowidzka became acquainted with Mother Frances Siedliska, foundress of the congregation. The manors of their grandfathers were neighbor- ing estates. She was received in:to the congregation by Mother Frances in Rome, December 10, 1383, and was chosen for the first foundation in the United States, in Chicago, in 1865. She sailed for this. country with the Mother Foundress and a group of .eleven Sisters. Mother Lauretta was ap- pointed the assistant provincial and treasurer to Mother Mary Raphael, the first provincial su- perior in the United States. When the latter returned to Europe Mother Lauretta succeeded her and held the office of provincial superior for 17 years. On March 2, 1908, Pope Plus X appointed Mother Lauretta gen- eral superior of the congregaUon. During the 39 years of her gen- eralship Mother Lauretta succeed- ed in having the Holy See con- firm permanently the constitution of the congregation and to initiate the process of beautification of the foundress. Mother I_:auretta opened fovn- dations in Italy, Poland, France, England and the United States. The Sisters conduct scores of sec- ondary schools, a hundred ele- mentary schools, a dozen hos- pitals, a few orphanages and clinics. HUBBLE SHOE STORE SHOES FOR ENTIRE FAMILY POCAHONTAS, ARKANSAS No Information On Prisoners ]Birth Control Is Work Of Sabotagin9 U. S. Says Washington. (N:)-- Callilg birth control "the work of sabotaging Uncle Sam," the Rev. Dr. Edgar Schmiedeler, O.S.B., Director of the Family Life Bureau, National Catholic Welfare Conference, to- day asserted that this propaganda is being actively spread among rural people, "the one group that has still been holding out some hope for the survival of the na- tion." Dr. Schmiedcler was particular- ly critical of an article titled "The Birth Control Nurse" in the June issue of The Survey Graphic, a publication which proclaims it- self a "magazine of social inter- pretation." The author, Grace Naismith, associate editor of Reader's Digest, present "the birth control nurse" to the reader as "soft - spoken, warm - hearted, southern" Mildred Delp. Miss Delp is identified as "field consultant of the Planned Parent- hood Federation of America. Listed as some of her "accomplish- ments" are: travel of 85,000 miles, establishment of 50 birth control centers in California, supplying of birth control information to more than 6,000 persons, who were in- terviewed personally, addresses delivered to thousands on methods of birth control. Work Among Rurtl People Her work, Dr. Schmiedeler said, is carried on among rural people. One of her methods of getting over the birth control message was to have teachers pin notes on the clothing of children to take home to their mothers, inviting them to attend meetings to be addressed by Miss Delp. The article states that demon- strations were in Farm Secu]'ity Administration camps of the Gov- ernment, of which, it adds, "there are 25 in California and Arizona." "This insidious program of un- dermining the country's strength was going on, ' Dr. Schmiedeler said, "while facts like the follow- ing were constantly coming to the attention of the American people: "(1) Petain and Giraud both pointed to birth control as the cause of the downfall of France; "(2) Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his son Major Ran- In Russia dolph Churchill both warned the British people against the same impending danger to England for RANDOLPH COUNTY ABSTRACT( )MPANY For Deeds, Mortgages, Abstracts or Land Titles Complete Record Titles of Every Tract of Land In Randolph County Ben A. Brown, Preddeut Ludlle Carter, Secretary Offices on Court Square Pocahontas, Arkansas ZENO'S CAFE "A Good Place To Eat" POCAHONTAS, ARK. London. (N:)--After many vain attempts to get information from the Soviet government concern- ing prisoners of war held in Rus- sia, the Vatican Information Bu- reau, through Vatican Radio, has several times lately told the world of its failure, declaring at the same time that efforts are still being made to get news of the prisoners and to establish con- tact with them. The German Radio is, as was to be expected, making propaganda use of Russia's attitude, asserting that Soviet Russia "is the only )ower which, in open opposition to all existing international agree- ments, and in flagrant violation of the most elementary laws of humanity, does not supply any news about the fate of prisoners of war in her country." The British overseas dominions and the United States have been praised by Vatican Radio for the faeilitios which they b, hve af- forded to Apostolic Delegates in the matter of visiting prisoners of war. :$ Philippine Nun Dies In French Internment Camp Vatican City. (E)--Elena Tan- toco, a Good Shepherd nun who was a native of Manila and a most talented member of an outstand- ing Catholic family of the Philip- pines, has died at Angers after two years internment in a caplp in France which contained 600 Re- ligious, it is reported in word re- ceived here. Elena Tantoeo came to Europe from the Philippines before the war to make her novitiate. JOHNSTON DRUG COMPANY Prescriptions A Specialty Pocahontas Arkansas THE MARTIN AGENCY "Your Insurance Men" and POCAHONTAS FEDERAL SAVINO8 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION POCAHONTAS ARKANSAS DE CLERK and DE CLERK Butane Gas; System & Appliances The Ideal Fuel For Cooking, Heating, Waterhestlng & Refrigeration i POCAHONTAS, AEKANSAS tual or threatened decline, the self-destruction control. Report From White "Meanwhile, direct White House comes the destructive results control in the form of a the National Resources Board released on May states, among other the child population of the States is shrinking so the reduced group of may be insufficient to casualties, and that the sus probably will show a I :ued decrease in the children and a reduction: number of adolescents 19 years old. "The Survey Graphic tremendous disservice to tion in carrying the Mrs. Naismith about :'birth control nurse.' i particularly grateful to be the mothers who their full duty to their rearing normal faro now agonize as they see go forth to save it fror terna-1 foe while wilful complacently continue its tion from within." Catholic, Business Club The Catholic Business Club held its annual officers at the regular dinner meeting 14th, at the Freiderica Miss Mary Raley was president, Mrs. Fred vice-president, Mrs. C. J. secretary and Miss Elsie' treasurer. During the business conducted by the Raley, annual reports ]942-'43 were, read by men of the respective and were accepted by The meeting closed Miss Alicia Schllep. Heroism Of Of 'Lily of Proclaimed In the same reason; Vatican City. (E) Tle "(3) American cities have been )roclairina the eproducmg themselves by only virtues of Kateri two-thirds, and one one-third of ],,Lily "of the Mohawks,' ,mencan married women have Ipublished in Aet been having the number of chil- Sedis of the date of MaY dren .necessary, on the average, to J ustam the natmn's o ulatmn ' ,' P P ' ; , There is no greater '(4) Data from Other countries wisdom than a co of the Western World show ac- fulness.Montague. McNABB UNDERTAKING FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS A Complete Line of Merchandise POCAHONTAS FOOD CENTER A Complete Food Store Pocahontas, Ark. PH. 84 We Deliver F. J. BALTZ W.J. 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