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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, JULY 12, 1930 each of us is either a credit or a discredit to our! GOETHE WROTE HIS PRAISES OF THE " , famlb, school and Church. Catholics of char-I ............. stepping stones to wealth and ....... acter attract converts to the "l ACi AMENTS IN THE Catholic B/shops and organizations ,-- "'- . 4 .... . Church Many CAT OLIC GHURCH. ional Council " ' 3~:~h~Di~eTE~fL~t~Tt~ckT persons ale kept out of the Church by the un-F .... H .... . _ of Cathohc Women, tered as~.o:~d---c~a~a~matt-~r March 21, 1911 at the postoffiee Christian hves of characterless Catholics. I. poeL ana pnnosopher, Goethe, edly condemned such exhibitions. L,t!e l~ek, Ark., under the Act of Congr.... f March' S. 1879 ..... . Im hm. autobiographical sketches, gives the fol- une's, exnressi , ._ - -." ..... ' -~SUBSCRIPTIO~N PRICE, THE YEA~'~--~ LOOK AT SPAINv" lowing estimate, from a rationalistic point of cism of these pagan s ectacles are , " ]view, of the Catholic doctrine of the Seven Sac- ing Laymen's Bulleti p _ Wi~a a.ehange_of addresa is desired the subscriber should give [r~m~f~. n, Augusta, G sn. t,e a ........ mong those who dislike ........ l--'.? ...... o yatte, ! t,n%d s ould n, many who criticize it 5"ecau "The Sacraments m the Catholic Church are WAGES AND CONSTANT .MPI.( ~ m~er ~na~ weanesoay morning. ~rief news correspondence is ....... ~ ~,e~r ~ene~ the loftiest concentian n val~;a,,~ -,,lf fha .... ...... ~s we_!come. The kindness of the clergy in this matter is cer- makes ~or national . , --_ ........ ........ , .... os-,- __ wa.~ ~pprecm~ea ........ . ..... - Doll.......... : .......... ..... ~ e.xprv~ion OI an extraoralnar dlvi ........... ention of these peoDle .... is that ....... . y ne fa- Henry Ford likes to talk. entl ,,-=~e ne goes/el ] le oi "re .u~,.- n ~, man.} SliCes! a'na 'no neCla~ is progressive. Ivr" the C ommumon (Last Supper) man re- an mtervmw to a representative of y'{ ed to. The Guardian, ~OT~l~ ~ , ,celves, unaer the form or cor oral nouri " , .~t ~eond Street, Little Rock, Ark. [ Look at Snain t ' is - ..... ; .... P shment, mated Press m which he declared that .OFF--~ICIAL~---ORCA---"-~'~I Well, let's lookat it ...... !a ceiesna, manna .... Such a Sacrament to keep up the people's spirit and yo [~e t~u~lan ?s the official organ of the Diocese of Little Rock I ~. , .. ........ ~ m.u~ a~ l~ cannot remain without it i lu ne ..... ,~._ ~ ,u_, __ .... . . , u ,~_a~ t~oa znat it may an earnest champion of the cause or)l~nrougn [ne eve. f . . . .. s nf ...... uu bllab Wlbn alK; yOU mus Oo .~a~.3us~zee and truth and an ardent defender of the religion whlca]._ . _ ~. : s. o_ _:S" ":"~'"' ,-~.vmcml of interior life ; no Christian can receive it w .... ~_~ ,ore ao well. Iextend to it my blessing with the ~incere nop~. progress, yr. Junus Klein n~;~,~ e ..... * ................ lth This zs no time to lower wages. Those ,,, oo ,ong ,os e,ous. )Of Comm ...... .,,_;.7",:" ..... rue saus:acnon, umess ne nas accustomed him- lowering wages now don't now hs a o. R. OmUS, =*~=. xxmm mscussea ~paln in a self to look u on interior r . . , _ . k . w , . msho of Lime ao -)radm lecture during the )ast munch .............. P ..... ehgmn and the ex doing. Wages are too low evmywhe , .- ........... erna practices o: the unurcn as emanationslcountry exists on the pay envelope. ................................... some of the statements he made: of one and the same holy, indestructible and where we must be in " Mr 's 16 l "If any American believes that Spain is living eternal Beino- hidden una^- .......... t ....... g . Ford.. ....................... _!in the past, he will find that ide ..... ......... . .. acramenm au too rue wages are too low, and =-_ . _ . .. . - v .... . pecm.s, ana :or.m!ng me central mystery in the try does exist on the pay envelope. .... oUl. 12, 1930 Ifectlvely dmpelled l.en he looks about him material and spiritual world l Sine " , today in any one of the )rin i .... , ,, " " e actions speak louder than wo ' EDUCATIONAL DISCRIMIN:AT-"'- / 1 c pal Spanish mtms. A young couple approach the altar to "oin I Mr Ford . " , .ION. {You do not get, in the least an- ; ......... ........... .1 , does seem to reahze , . , , . z .... nanas, as a passing salutation, or as at the tworkin m " "- .... that Spain has deteriorated' Ver ,. . . . g an m vitally concerned not Americans generally will doubtless ap rovelcontrar, v ..... ...... " . y much the fesh e ball, but with the blessing of the pnestlwith a high wa e er da as ehe stand taken by Catholics of th- _,1- ..... unmmtaKame ieet- p onounced upon the union, which is forthwith assur a ...... , o y or hour, . ....... . . . . .u ,-,-,a, income, mus ,v Columbm m opposm- th discri " " --- ,,tm.g m progress, energy, pomt ve power of as- rendered indissoluble. " ]tbr eur . ..... e _ ,. minatory Iea-]p ratlon and change and the movim, of fresh 1 ....... , ............ . .. '., !.. ee hundred and s xty-hve days eaI ~h .......... .... ,-,apper- wcLeoa oin now pending inlcurrents in the na*' tonal ....... hie " .... . . a er, ney mmg same altar~ood and clothing are daily necessities. Senate, whmh, while ostensibly desff-ned i ^,, ........ . ..... " a chlldmh hkeness of themselves. Cleansed by lman is emnlowd . a ..... .... a interests of education generally, wou urant/m. ; :: glvmg. oi ngures to show Spare's the waters of Baptism, the infant is incorporat-]when there a -eDeriod' privilege of reduced fares on o_.Z_ _, l" -7 m ,usmess ana mausrry, Dr. Klein ed into the Church, from which onl., the .... ............. " -'. . an(1 lcontinnt~o. , ~ a~v~u, mg weeks a~ a 1;lme. ne is totally unaov .., " . { ,, ---" . Icrime of denying her motherly right to I enefit ply these necessities to hims-elf his uses to pubhc school children .of the DistrictMost of us, I fear were brou ht u " .of Columbia, while withholding the same priv-I of Spain mainly in terms of m .... p to thl :k :t eansepa, ate that child. The body grows with- debts pile upon him, and the standard ' .... omeImg eas:ms, out elIort, and spontaneously the physical fac- becomes lower and lower uegeThis:rombill cmlciren attending private and par-t the abodes of vanished grandeur, or in the ulties seek and find exercise for their develop I Now, if recent investigations are ochlal schools . Image of a.swaymg dancer with a rose between ment; but, in heavenly knowledge, the child.lieved, the Ford factories like man an has already passed the House, andlher lips flirting with a bull fi hte, , Y ff Passed by the Senate in its present forTM -.l . . - g '" I needs to be instructed When sufficiently in I dustrial nlant ...... m.. .... a ore -, 2xny SUCh conce tion is ri " ... . . . - ..... ., u,uu u,o would estabhsh an unusual precedent trenchin-- We need " " "IP ... dicul0usly unfan, framed, and having given proof thereof, the the welfare of the workers Periods of g ve nougn Spain of fur- young Christian is formally admitted into the activity, during which wides re'ad a( ,tpon the American principle of liberty of edu-. naees and foundries. Carton. This rinci le " . ,, the Spare th,t has built bosom of the Churchas a citiz - " ' . P e, ........ P.. p safeguarded m the Iup one of the greatest Medifm'r,no n ....... ', - en ,,nd faithful attlacts hundreds of workers, are fol ,oIiS lmtlons ana rows of both the Federal a---" ....... - . _ .- ............. , .... comessor, nencelortn ne learns to value his long eriods of id . " State governments, it was u ,,_. m.me pam oi ron, !cad ancl zinc mines, of olive privileges and his duties with every sten q'h m,,ep ..... -" ....... leness and part-t,m orom o .... , ^, , ...... ....,, u-]ana cork production; the Suain of brillian .... .......... . ..... tumg nese m ter penoas u: wni ea in its deci-'-- ' ..... " - 0, me, conlllCr6 t)e ween nands brou ht f . 4 a the Oregon School Law ,--a ..... mon]moaern, art ana pro:oundly human books; the demands of the senses and his relP, i^,,/,V.o .... " -- g "'irm then- dmtan[ h ..... ~ .... nu t~u~ recently bpain wnich o ene . . -. . . _ s ~ : eu away wl:n scant re ard 'ro: restated and connrmed by the Stmreme -u-. -- - p .d.to the world last yea1 two tlons, teach him to seek out a friend, unpreju-'ness stand oint suc a g - " was ...... - -* lnos magnlncen imer " . ,. . P h method is its demsmn in the free text-book case of the tions ever held and whinauona.! expos> dined and prudent, to whom, ordained for the inefficient; from a moral viewpoint of Louisiana. cities . ,. ,. can sno , m c rtamltasK, he may g ve his confidence, who will con- 'charitable if not indeed uni, Man sl . An amendment to extend the benefits of the rch'!ectllre warn, encourage and also punish him unto ibe martyred to machinerv -Manv feel mcLeod. . bill to all the school children. , ne. raamona . . ,. '. pamsn.. , correction, and from whose, lips. .he may receive'Ford's, views are at variance" w th% t Dmtnct, offered by Senator T-din - -* ! ....... Y p tin, s.1)ectatol m Ins hacks i the assurance that all his guilt m wi ed away they are. d in articular " e Land i" e....,,_ ..... f: uI uary-lw cn sneer power of their new desi,,-ns " 'Thus ....... l- ........... P, " ,. t an p with th , - ur nerance or gne evident pur-'ose ofl "I,o ..... I,, ~ . - .. ~. ! ., u ,ugn lepea ect sacramental acnon, pre- ms own factories. The best thin that bill to reduce --, .... v . ) . pam. never nad any force as an:pared, purified and consoled he 1, .... .... 1- .......... fis ,_ -^_,.._: .... . . u_ - m euuca lonal op-largument, but now it canno be u od o ......... I ...... : ..... , ........, nave oeen sala oelore ana much, Oy the school children of the reproach. " ..................... "I third;n::: recelve the Host; and,:the Roman Pontiff, Leo XIII, in his fa : . . bia, was vigorousb,;, ovvose --o ' : " :." .... ster of this sublime act 'cyclical on labor. The thm " ~r _far .... indtis by Se.n tor Robsmn o Kentucky, principally on I ...... -- ..... , .... , may be still more mtensffmd, he sees the chalice ' ers to do is to turn managerial zeniuS toe ground that it would be unusual to exte ~or.t't)l~T OF 'lEE CHURCH,. lonly at a distance, as if to indicate that this ing a method whe privilege of reduce. .......... v affnmcen as tlhe generosity of many no common food which ....... , ........... m gn . .. u .taFc~ t,O cnlluren at-lAma..;.-,..- ~ L, ,. . ..... )" _ , ,.,...v,zu sat,~at, es, oo~ oe colnDlllect wH;n com;inu, , ,.d reg' tenolng private and Cafihalio :~o*~,,,; .... - t .......... - L,a~noncs Eo tne unurch, there are a celential- manna, which 1.o.d...~ vhe .... 1 n1 ...... .... L7 .... .u;l~ ,~ . - ............... ,,.~,.,v,t.,,~.~. ....,u .... ,__ , , , ,,. . . . ............ o,u, v-a,-v,v.---obanaara ana 'l'imo~ ru**" ,n this contention, howowe ,, - u ,e s, however, WhO nave not the proper avmrst 1or heavenly drink " I . ." ...... , cnetbor ri, ODSlOn rin " ! ". .... I - o m evidently mistaken State laws of t'-' ,.. tp elples on this Important problem. TheseI In the next portion of his essay, Goethe' BU , " , ms KInu men and w , . , . , TLER IN BERLIN. m. the States of Massachusetts and L .... . omen may love thmr Church and sketches the beautiful effects of the continuoust extend their benefits e uall ........ " ioe aevoted to their parish and clergy But influence exercised by the nest[ ml _ . q y to school children ---,- ........ " . P y nistra- The speech of Dr. Nich s urra whether they attend nublic'.- :--o* ...... ,iwnen ney make an olIermg to the Church, nons upon the daily life of all classe .... - -.- . ola_ M _ . . .- , p**va~u ur par0cnlal th~v enll if ~ ,',,l~.~. ,, i-- "," ...... ,,-.- o .. ,~.~m- ,- ,.c ~e*cns~a,g unam0er, was a n0 u- ~cnoois; and it annear~ +~,* ~,~ ... ~ ...... ~u--" ....... "~" ..m~, as i: they were giving nuns: There ~s ready, at all times a rudent both in - s .... ......... , ortv:t ". . . P Gelmany and m the world out, mumc pahtms in whi- ...m ......... " t ,hmi kind bounty to a beggar at thmr doorand devout man who willin to correct and reside . 'v ...... ,-~.ce~ or a rree .... g P nt of Columbia Umver 1 deh ments with tran " . g ! The Church no beggar, and not an ob'ect grade the errin and ..... ,, s ty . _ sportahon companies are in ef I ........ 3 g to ~ eheve the suffering, address in German to m,mono that l .-- :or aimsg]vm w a ..... feet, mcludm L g e re no more enhtled to Then he speaks of th , . ' g ouisville, the principal city . . -. . . " ... e strengthening effect of educators and men prominent in liter ;aenator. Robsion's 6wn state,. . there, are no-un-. ' *ltmn congramlanOn,o nthe plaice thanWnenwheWe put om contnbu_ t xt me,, Unchon, at.the end of. life, as follows: well as the leaders of political affa!r and burdensom n we pay our fa e ,lly, to sanctff the entlr an hi R .... e d scnmmations such as!on the --- .... , " i ...... Y e m , "s feet etch. His subject was the importan : 7:u dt:vb h: ca:j;;e etfat lde :heda tathe:ISU port'the Chu;ch than ?:i ::eal:storn :; :h:uldbl :. st:rdedlt( Shed;ltET ;slf:eh:2tktYbn 17gh:dr:bl:Seatshueedthlngs which enact into law ]oup taxes to the government " !sensible, as it were, of ti re-)u n ................ " , but which, n i :)idii;!he nsC:Pm iii bmne:rnUP: ii: i:hili'i hc )iiii; ! ! )ilh:im a: Si!o :iii:i ' : op^^t fie;nator Robsion will demonstrate ernment It has rulers its instit .ml gov-i "Thus ........... * [question whether the time had not ! oy neiping to mold its "rovisions .... " .. , ...... man-i_ . _, a splenam circle oI equally digni-;building a United States e. accordance ...... ._ nora orgamzauons. It is administered bv men fled and sacred actions th- ....__.,_.. .... ......... , of Europ .... v. ~merlcan laeals aria the evi-'n- a.,~,.~- .... ._ _1 ..... -. , ...... . ~ o=auv2 o, wnicn we ciarea tna~ tne constructive statesnaa" ~[en~ clalms of "" .~,,s=,~ ,~ ,s opera, ca ov ~ne ala oI mate nave barely malcated the ' justice. . . " - - " . " " , cradle and the grave, Europe had set its mind to the solutiO - _ , rlai resources. If these rulers and directors, however far apart, are bound ta~h~,. " ~.--~' .... ,., .... .... ./ " the cler and hi-r ..... " -" - " .... ..... " --o ....... ana expressea the opinio : CHARA, T,.,., i ~ e arcny, give up their lives ~unua~ visitor. . wo,ld ,.,,~ r, ;, ; ,,~ ,. Ito the mihistrations of religion which we mat, ! " .... ;, .e long.before th, v_o ,. - " '' ---'----'- tuse -. .... "": "" IltS way to shape the policies of gore, human possession ; ...... k__.. .....I _ S." '* Ummls ranon oI zne acraments, LATIN-AMERICAN M RA ' He tS __ . - ...... v clous a'an *h ...... * .... *" ............... ' 0 LIT . / classed the idea as one of the m t ...... *u.c mns.:mlmea oy Churchl ,, ,7-7_-7 lwhich rule the world There is much esteemman tnanor niScontempt.reputationH heir isbringSof goodhim reputeeither t areceivein theUr onlybehalf'trueif throughconsolationsthe Churehof h" we re- Bathing beauty contests are common in port Dr. Butler's v ew Hm address, 1 t li: hi;: Cutnfeid: ee. l fhFmaTh::s Stgt7d :edt?:: fPo l:a:ett::r:te:n:l:appl:: i:ot de Or:adh:f :nco::anp:i,c tgSrl:e : ??itag jh;;:S:Ie Re:hd:h:,7;d rbaYk ithAt::l:p:echbefo ame he finds it less difficult to weather th" ..... / " - duty .bound not czar, eflecting the moral principles of Costa!Minister Ramsay MacDa-- a torms of unemployment and finan- - ........... pay a price for hese supernatural Rica and other Catholic countrie .... ,.._.__ ....... W" .... " .... ,, .~r~,s. imessi ~- h,,e ~-, n... ~-1.. ......... , ........ o ~J3' xCitlUlllg o~xu/~ulx. he v, orl(1 /las not Dee~*'. tte can go amng on credit until the situation!the,.. 7' -,e expense entanea m ro parumpate in a beauty contest in Miami when this sort of thing before but it shotfl aproves The man who does not 1-" .... z ) .tr oesmwai, to supply me material resources she learned that as "the most bea .... learnea ..... ,--'- - - ,'- - -,- ct ' *~'~v ,~z, worn roatd.a.~ .e.._ .1_ ....... . ...... . u~ul girl In u ~ullleb/ll/lg Irom me rerriDl . IV aameetsn such reserve, wit h al I sortts offalldmasters'back on. ' CashHe quick- I ern2[ '"ris hisI " Besides'" n " beintlm operauon ...... oI tins sp,r,tual gov. i Costa I bathing,, Rlca"suit beforeShe WaSg a pmgeXpected" thront .s parade in alof] devmlvea''WrldforcesWar'ar e Atstrongertimes thanit seen St!th oSe.. &aly working capital His hast erfor ...... ! ....... g a mctate oI common justice,! It is not proper for a girl to annear in draw oeonles to th r h, have made his name, his signa' tureand hi';'w'or d, }t it u_.s by the Divine Law. i bathing costume unless she is in ti e water" ments whe'n the bal'an"cea;pe'ars to a t Tfl: the martsof trade. IScripture Our Divine S2i etP] ge?h:IAHc Sn;a:yl:u tcha l:gdhr her interpreter. "I am not the other side.--Boston Globe. :!" al analysis the reputation of a man tle wnen'-"-: ne ...... sen nem orth" "" to: evan e'l" P " Y land bathing girl In Costat o--------- eeflects hm character And man' l g the Rma people do not look w th favoi u on a " of such importance--here and he::ahft::Ct;h: *th!la:;hif Samana: that "the workman is wor-lwho, wou!d walk around a park in p bathYn ilff:a hohl -,:chon, means leading God who created him and ....... --7". I Y . s meat.And St. Paul echoed the same suit. , ; Ie is acuon and action is )" lit) Will U(1 e, rln ~0 ..'. . . J g ,p " ciple in the ninth chapter of the First I It is also .......... olic Action is not a new thin . But ouiluing oI nm cnaracter very large- tle to .... T, . .. .... to Ima newspapers dKe ..... , . . / g ,., m hm own hands It matters not wiTM . , .... ne oases on three,the walton Tribune, edited by a hast , resid * t,a noncs nave oeen-content to live , , . vxt w,t~ grouncts : , -- ~- v -,*. , . . - :alent, ablhty and dmposition a man is ham t ..... . ,. . I of the Georgia Press Association, thus approv- Catholic hfe, that it sounds neW The making or r) ining of his character rests ris:nr ornd an Apos m and a w tness to the gnly commenting: "The Tribune commends have sliced their life into parts and J . ,. " " "Y "nfluences it t largely w th h mself Heredlt the attitude of thin flank Latin American maid stam of t Secondl: he main .......... .: "' " " " " p ,heir faith and their morals ;':: ~arly training" " at home counts 1..... | . ,, ~ ngn o11 prin- young women of the Unitea.., .... --,,,. - to school matters His associations in busi - p muneration everywhere observed inlof whom have cheapened themselves b'" a--ear t on all. They have dip nes numan hi*airs " I. r " ' , Y PP - life into corn artment eft and leisure have a bearing on its develonm n I ...... " . . tmg in beauty contests where the determining - , _ P s and have 1 . ether he goes to Church or not infl uence 'w:h : unr grouna is orainary gratitude: "If i factors are usually brass and legs " omy tor what are called Church dutieS, - , ve sown unto you spiritual thin s i " There ar -- " " life a s. his manner of living, but when all is sai ............. g, s e women m Latin America who are nd the more personal relahonsh P gve b BnlntnalJ we r . , ,,' done each one of us is the architect and builder This i" " ..... ,_ eaD:Vo.ur carna! things? wllhn.g.to parhmpate m such contests, but pub- have been fractional Catholics And i . .. o u:c .nne oI am, ana we must hc oplmon there, grounded in Catholic morality, have done this, th'ey have added afhu h:?m:rh:r:tterwhat is of groat moment :,lhat ,tls the msplred word of Go,.--frowns upon then,., In the United States win-evil that afflicts public life, , Oriflamme ) a t ' " " ning ba hiflg beauty contest is regarded as a social and private life, too.