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.:i / PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN. AUGUST 5, 1938 =- ......................... = ............ ' --l- ............................ =- s . ,w =)l t ,l _ !" American center of the Catholic Boxin- C'ham-ion Catholic Farm youth i |,,,,i.t bAet# lvv En Route to India 'AnytltlngWon'tGo' Hears Mass Kansas. ).--More than:i llat 1. a[noll Theater S v IV'  i. JRWIH i1UIITy I.,HkI;I 3 Theater System On Wedensday evening, a pub- On Days of Match members of the PavaSae .rii'' lic session was held at the uni- Lithuanian tathodc lea '77/1 Cash Aided Boys Town . . vmslty, at whmh D. Roy J. De- Seattle. (E). I never feel A Estabhshed orrari, Secretary-General of the ......... congress held here. '1 ' rlgfl UUleSS i go m Mass on , i the 0 university, welcomed the delegates the dav a , atch " Al Hos Mass celebrated n o .  o n , - the placing or a wrea-,  , ... . . , ...... .....  and several prominent speakers tak, 22-year-old Czechoslo- Soldi .... washington. ,,.,.--m ...... s.- ... ...... ...,. ........... tom boftheUnknown iJ Los Angeles. (IO.  A Jewish try's most impormn projects 1or system of Catholic theaters from ...........  .... va! youm aria tax,am wmgnt athletic contests were feat'S' I pawnbroker lent the money with the aid of homeless and derelict coast to coast and from Canada The R.ev. r. owaro J. ar- pnze-hghtcl:, to!d Father Mat- the congress. l which the Rt Rev Msgr Edward .... , , .... -.-- , ,. + ,,;, , _,,a ,, ron, Assmtan enera/ ecretary tnew oetzi, u. lvi. el., ms _.ml A. Flanagan eqmpped a rmketYlview by Fath'er Flanagan, who is Catholic dramatic movement, be- of the National Oathohc Welfare pastor Sunday. :i old house with mis-matched fur- niture and bedsthe foundation of the now famous Boys Town, 11 miles from Omaha, which soon will be depicted on the motion picture screen. This and other interesting facts connected with one of the court- Phil. Pastor Relates Travels In Spain London. O0.An American pre- late, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Edward in Hollywood cooperating in the filming of the picture. Father Flanagan told how 21 years ago he dreamed of estab- lishing such a project after he cameto the realization that his earlier work of providing tempor- ary care for homeless men was. a failure because he had waited I too long to help grown men, who, he said, after receiving assistance at the shelter "were off on their quest for whatever it is these lonely, homeless men are forever seeking, never finlng." Speaking of the motion picture, Monsignor Flanagan said at first F. Hawks, pastor of the Church one thing worried him  "who of St. Joan of Arc, Philadelphia, I would play Father Flanagan on told an English audience of his lthe screen." "Not that I feared travel in Nationalist Spain when lanything derogatory to me, but I he addressed a crowded audience|knew that millions of people at Bristol. I would judge the picture by that Monsignor Hawks said he wasl man," he added. "I made no re- returng-'from the Budapest Con-' quests, but when informed that gress and was visiting his brother pencer Tracy was to take the in Bristol, when he decided to have a look at Spain. He had no difficulty In getting the necessary permits, and he flew from Croydon to Saragossa, where he had been promised all l manner of amenities. These did, not materialize, however, a fact] for which he was thankful once l his early annoyance had passed, for he felt free to go unfettered and to see things for himself.  Monsignor Hawks said he "hitch hiked" and used trains and every available means of locomotion to see things and get around. He covered 2,000 miles in Spain. He went to the fron at Teruel and was present at the final op- erations at Bielsa, where he saw a church still burning after the Reds' evacuation. To those who told him he had seen only one side, Monsignor Hawks said that practically every place he had seen had been in the hands of the Leftists, and he had seen the results of their deviltry. He wore his soutane throughout, because "his one fear was that ,he freight be mistaken for one of certain Church of England dignl- ,%arles." He mingled freely with the people and found' them happy and devout. Of Guernica, Monsignor Hawks said that the story of the bomb- ing was "sheer fabrication." Com- mon sense, he said, showed that the town had been deliberately burned down. The American prelate said he was shown documentary evidence of the objectives of the air force in the air raids on Barcelona. The objectives were of military im- portance. part, I realized that prayers are always answered. "I had seen Tracy as Father Tim in 'San Francisco" and knew that he had an amazing ,ability which allowed him to play the part of a priest with a sincerity few other actors possess." "Boys Town is non-sectarian," he stated. "Admission is granted exclusively to homeless, abandon- ed and neglected boys between 12 and 16 years of age, although oc- casionally, in extreme cases, ex- ceptions are made. There is no dis- crimination as to religion, race or nationality. 4,000 Have Left Community "No boy leaves Boys Town un- til he has a place to go which is an improvement over his posi- tion here. A boy may be adopted by worthy people or go out  to a job. Otherwise, he still has his home here. Mother of Apostolate Foundress Sdcoumbs Milwaukee. (EL--Mrs. Catherine Tiry, mother of Clara M. Tiry, foundress of the Apostolate of Suffering and the Good Samaritan Guild, has just died here at the age of 77. I was in the home of Mrs. Tiry that tile Apostolate was founded in 1926, and thd Guild in'Au- gust, 1930, and where the work of these two organiZation is n6w being carried on: ' She was a char- ter members of the Apostolate and also of the Guild. Even at her advanced age she visited the sick regularly. DAVE FORD Sister M. Pauline Downing, R. N., I of Manchester, Conn., member of the Society of Catholic Medlcal .lionaritm. Washington. D. C.,) who is en route to India, where she will be stationed at Holy "No-Hit" Baseballs Given Sponsors Of Memorial Ludington, Mich. (.Two of the baseballs used by John- ny VanderMeer in pRching the two no-hit, no-an con- secutive games, have been re- ceived by Pere Marquette Memorial Association for its auction of autographed ob- jects, to be held here next Wednesday and Thursday. Both are autographed by Van- derMeer. The baseballs were sent to the association by Larry Mac- Phail of Grand Rapids, busi- ness manager of the Brook- lyn Dodgers, former resident of Ludington and whose home is located here. Mr. McPhail also sent four baseball autographed by Babe Ruth and two bearing the sig- natures of all of the Dodgers. First Low Mass Said In Canadian Oratory Montreal. (E).The first lo Mass to be celebrated in the beau- tiful new basilica of St. Joseph Oratory was said there Sunday in the presence .of a large number of pilgrims, including many from came officially a national organi- zation with headquarters in the Nation's Capital. Tiffs step was taken at the two- day national convention of Black- friars, the first of its kind in the six-year history of the movement. Delegates from Washington, Pitts- burgh , Providence, Philadelphia, Madison, Wis., Minneapolis and St. Paul, Rochester and Brooklyn, gathered at tle Catholic Univer- sity of America to discuss the proposed national constitution, elect national officers, and dis- cuss problems and affairs of the drama in relation to the current development of the Catholic The- ater in the United States. In 1932, the germs of the Black- friars movement were planted by the Rev. Dr. Urban Nagle, O. P., young priest-playwright. Yester- day, in the closing hours of the convention, Dr. Nagel was elected Director General of the same movement, thus fulfilling, in part, a dream which was fashioned from the succes attendant upon Dr. Nagle's winning of a national playwriting contest and from his conviction that the future of the American theater lay in the Little Theater and in the Catholic The- ater. TO Be in Force for Year The national constitution was adopted yesterlay and will be in effect for a period of one year, at the end of which time, it will be amended into permanent form. In addition to the national constitu- tion, member-chapters of the Guild will have their chapter con- stitutions with by-laws covering local conditions and regulations. C., assistant superior of the fam- ous shrine, preached and paid tri- bute to the memory of the "late Brother Andre, founder of the shrine. Conference, discussing the con- tent of plays on Catholic stages, declared that "for Catholic groups anything won't go." "Your or- ganization," he said, "was born of a realization of the necessity of a high degree of discrimination both as regards form (or artistry of your production) and as regards their matter (or content)." "You are, I take it, not simply Catholics interested in acting well," he went on, "not simply Catholics interested in drama, but a group interested in drama as Catholics, which means that you are committed to the principle that drama is a means, not an end--and if a means, a means to what? Nothing short of the spreading of knowledge of Catholic truth and the Catholic way of life, through the pulpit of the stage." "If your ideal is less than that," he declared, "then you forfeit the right to call yourselves Catholic groups. You may be groups of Catholics, but onlY, in name do you differ from pagan or secular groups. Your right to be called He went to Mass this morn- ing and tonight he won the middleweight championship of the world by knocling out Freddie Steele in the first round. The new clampion is a graduate of St. George's school and a practical member of the parish. Catholic obviously derives far more from the content of what you produce than from the artis-: try with which you produce it." JACK PACE ---for--- SHERIFF & Sebastian County Political Adv. Ralph (Cotton) ROBINSON Candidate Ftli :' Norrunatmn F0: . C,rcu,t of the Fifteenth juaiis!I! trict of Arkansas crab,Ill Crawford, Franklin ana U gan Counties. )l J DEAFNESS _ Prosecuting Attorney Subject to Action. OVRC . a uemocratle l-'rzma, ".: Fifteenth Judlcll Dlstrlot ,I! l   tldlr   I Second Term VAN BUREN . orner ItC e OF FORT SMITH, ARK. MAX W. FRIEND, IVlgr. : 317 Garrison Dial SHERIFF Crawford County i Other national officers elected Let's clean up the county and move the are: 1(I Sheriff's office back to the Courthouse. : The Rev. John A. Randall, of I | JUI-III _r, lDIl J] | ............................ Poetical AvI!: Rochester, First Assistant Directorll Jewelry C0 " Jl General; Norman Griffin, of Phila- ! delphia' Seerid Assistant DirectrllGeneral; the Rev. Brendan Lar- FORT MITH, ARK. I1 A I#  "il sin, O. P., of Washington, Secre-[l Established 1878 |ll |[J|  J v   A  I 1  tary-Treasurer. /ICome Line of-- Ill CANDIDATE FOR - ) The following were elected/i RINGS ltl COI INTY.IIIDCE Jl Executivehnrary memberSBoard: of the Nationalll WATCHES Ill 7..'7--... .,  The Rev. Thomas F. Carey, O.Jl ' DIAMONDS |J| ='1='(.. "-" . iJ P., of Washington; the Rev. Walteril SmV00W,00E o.,A" Murtaugh,and FatherO'Larnin. P'' of Columbus, / I CASH OR CREDIT l/ oronrro,,n,, rO. .....  tim United States. Bishop A. Le- With the headquarters of the|| Absolutely no Interest or |J  00aeur o, a 00oo,eron00o ,, member of the Congregation of Blackfriar Institute of Dramatic I the Holy Cross, was the cele- Arts and the convention of ack- brant. The Rev. A. Blais, C. S. friars, just closed, all at the Cath- ie John B Williams olic University of America, that Kohne's Grocery * institution looms as an important FOR For SHERIFF And COLLECTOR University Awards 9 Degrees Chicago. (C).Thlrt-nine grad- uate degrees and 40 bachelor de- grees were conferred on summer school graduates at Loyola Uni- versity convocation here. honorary degree, Doctor of Laws was conferred on the convocatior speaker, the Rev. Edward A. Fitz- gerald, of Columbia College, Dubuque, Ia., who spoke on "Why A Catholic University?" Name Philippine Mission Superior Pont Viau, Que. (E).The Rev. Joseph Geoffray has been named Superior of the mission at Davao, Philippine Islands, by the Cen- tral Council of the Society of Foreign Missions of the of Quebec. He will assume his new duties in the fall. III 1 JOHNSON-HALES LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. We Solicit Your "Buy Arkansas" Wortz Biscuit Co. 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