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PAGE EIGHT THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 5, 1938 .... >7 i/ L !;+, 'i :F i ::). )7 PREDICT THOMPSON LIEUT. GOVERNOR Political Wiseacres See Elec- tion of Senator Thompson While street corner gossip cen- ters on the races for Governor and U. S. Senator, Senator Richard "Dick" Thompson, the frank edu- cator-business man of the Ozarks (Eureka Springs) who has made himself famous for frankness, hon- esty and sincerity seems to be edg- ing himself into the po'ition of Lieutenant Governor. Quoting the Mona Evening Star: "Thompson is not the customary type of politician, being too out- spoken and too honest in expres- sion to become a mere office- holder." He has lashed out at his oppon- ent, Bob Bailey, who appeals for a second term, citing his first term record. Thompson reminded the voters that Bob Bailey's every act has been inspired by selfish mo- tives, from antagonizing the pres- ent Governor to offending Judge Bob Cook by saying he thinks Cook can't beat Bailey. Thompson claims he caught Lieutenant Gov- ernor Bob issuing Senate Vouchers from the contingent fund to an un- authorized employee who worked not a day for the state. IIe charges him with conspiring to create needless jobs designed for his cam- paign manager and his 22-year- old son. The school forces and active leaders of the Parent Teachers Association are behind Thompson. The business men, the farmers and' the laboring men are for him. Since Bob Bailey has offended both candidates for Governor, it seems apparent that both Cook and Carl Bailey supporters will vote for Thompson, and he will be the next Lieutenant Governor. --PoliticaJ Adv. Father Martindale Leaves Hospital London. (E). -- The Rev. C. C. Martindale, S. J., famed preache who collapsed while speaking at a dinner recently, has left the hos- pital, but must cancel all speak- ing engagements until the fall. P"It's Time ForA New Sheriff'- and it's Regular Meeting Of Ratcliff Study Club Held July 31 Ratcliff. -- The St. Augustine Study club held its regular meet- ing Sunday, July 24. Charles Wai- ters, study leader, was in charge of the discussions. Andrew Manning, Mildred Ahrns, and Claressa Seller read interesting papers. Pope Greets Centenarian London. (.--His Holiness Pope Pius XI, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth were among those who sent messages of congratu- lations when Mrs. Sarah .Frewer, of Oxford, reached her one hun- dredth birthday. She received Holy Communion. M. F. DOYLE UNCLE OF LOCAL PRIEST HONORED (Continued from page 1) States and they have been formed into a chapter. Cardinal Dougherty is the Cardinal Protector of the Order in the United' States. Mr. Doyle is a prominent law- yer of Philadelphia and was re- cently named by President Roose- velt as a member of the Per- manent Court of International Arbitration at the Hague. As one of the representatives of the Unit- ed States he has been signatory to treaties with some 20 American Republics and was one of the rep- resentatives of the United Statcs at the Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace held at Buenos Aires. For 'the last 14 years he has been Chairman of the American Committee in Ge- neva which co-ordinates various American activities with the League of Nations. The French Government recently designated him as an Officer of the Legion of Honor. He was Chairman of the Presidential Electors at the two inaugurations of President Roosevelt. He is Honorary Presi- dent of the Catholic Circle of Ge- neva, and a member of the Tiber- Jan Academy, Rome. He was cre- ated Knight of the Grand Cross of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre in 1931. What Do You Know? 2NSWERS 1. A religious writer and teacher, spiritual adviser of St. Thomas More. He is sometimes erroneously considered a fore- runner of the so-called Re- formers; he should rather be classed with St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher. 2. Coliseum. 3. Because it was here that the Cure of Ars, St. John Bap- tist Mary Vianney, exercised the sacred ministry for many years, living a life of extreme mort"ffication and performing many miracles. 4. The Diocese of Balti- more. St. Augustine in Florida. Spanish. 5. Grace. K. C. Convention To Be Held In Cincinnati Cincinnati. (E}.--W. J. F. Roll, president of the 1938 K. of C. Su- preme Convention Committee, has announced the tentative program for the annual gathering, to be held here August 16-18. On Monday night, the eve of the convention, there will be a dance at the Hotel Netherland-Plaza where the convention will have headquarters. The Most Rev. John T. Mc- Nicholas, O. P., Archbishop of Cincinnati and Honorary Presi- dent of the convention, will pon- tificate at a low Mass on Tuesday morning at St. Peter Cathedral and will preach. Governor Martin Davey, of Ohio, and Mayor James Garfield Stewart, of Cincinnati, will wel- come the delegates and visitors to Ohio and Cincinnati at the opening of the first session on Tuesday morning. Supreme Knight Mar- tin Carmody will responds_ At the States dinner Tuesday night Supreme Director Ray Mil- ler, former Mayor of Cleveland will preside. There will be ad- dresses by Joseph Scott, of Califor- nia, and Senator Bennett C. Clark of Missouri. Archbishop Mc- Nicholas is expected to attend. Father of 10 To Foster Late Vocations New rork. (E).--Organized by a teacher in a public high school who is the father of 10 children St. Patrick's Clerical Students' Club, which fosters late vocations ,has branched into another field and is seeking to interest high school boys in vocations to the priesthood. More than 50 youths are now attending the meetings Louisiana Car Tags Honor Catholic Hi In Colors Batron Rouge, La. (EL--In 1939, for the first time, the colors on the Louisiana auto- mobiles license plates will honor a high school. This is the Catholic High school of Batron Rouge, which is conducted by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. The black and orange plates will go on sale December 1. The 1938 plates are in ma- roon and gold' in honor of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Loyola University of the South, those in 1937 in blue and green for the centenary of Tulane University, and those of the preceding year in purple and gold in honor of the seventy-fifth anniversary of Louisiana State Univer- sity. Catholic School Press Awards Writing prizes Milwaukee. (E).--Announeement of awards in the writing contest conducted annually by the Cath- olic School Press Association was made today by Dean J. L. O'Sul- livan, national director of the as- sociation. Prizes of fountain pens awarded for the best contributions to un- dergradute publications in Cath- olic schools of the United States will go to: Jolm McCullen, DeSales College, Toledo, best essay, "Christian So- cial Reconstruction"; Annamarie Masterson, Mundelein College, Chicago, best editorial. "Peace and Liturgy"; Clarissa Lancelle., Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, best poem, "Comfort"; Helen FitzSim- mons, Notre Dame College, Bal- timore, best short story, "No Ordi- nary Man"; Eugene Barsch, Con- ccption College, Conception, Me., best feature writing, "The Life of John L. Hogan, the First Bishop regularly. A son of Patrick Flood, the of St. Joseph," and Mary Breda founder, entercd the Society of Mahoney, Nazareth College, Naz- Jesus this summer. The Rev. John areth, Ky., best Sodality column. Corbctt, S. J., is moderator and c ................................................ 'spiritual adviser of the club, which already has three of its "alumni" in the priesthood. More than 150 others are in seminaries throughout the country. Meetings are held at St. Francis Xavier's High school. Nuns, Inmates Escape Convent Fire T Ottawa. {EL--Fire, believed to have been set by one of the girls committed to the irstitution, caused $80,000 damage to the Men-J astery of Our Lady of Charity. I Most of the occupants, includ- ing 59 nuns, 30 adults and 100 girls ranging in age from 12 to 18, were attending / Mass when the alarm was given. All made an orderly exit under direction of Mother Mary.. of St. Michael, the superior. The Rev. George E. Martel, O. M. I., chaplain, carried the Blesesd Sacrament to a near- by home. Capt. H. P. ABBOTT CHAPLAIN'S RESERVE CORPS Formerly With Arkansas C. C. C. REPRESENTATIVE PULASKI COUNTY Political Adv. BERNIE HOFF' S Franklin E. Loy Time/ It is significant that during  Bernie Hoff's tenure of service to the people, his office has never suffered criticism from Grand Jury, Quorum Court or State Auditors. We Need--Bernie Will Give |-FULL TIME SERVICE! 2-COMPETENT DEPUTIES! WELL BALANCED --Not Too Conservative --Not Too Radical 3-CONDUCT ABOVE j EPRIMAND! 00-COOL HEADED - ASSISTANTS! CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE Pulaski County This Ad Paid For By Friends HOFF tIEADQuARTERS 207 W. Second Ph. 2-3318 L. P. Biggs, in charge ---Political Adv. Political Adv. Do YOUR Voting By PROMOTING Floyd Terral Prosecuting Attorney Joe MORRISON of Stuttgart, candidate for Congressman, 6th District A man who always has used common sense and will continue to use common sense as our congressman. Do You Favor A fair deal for farmers in cotton seed prices? More equitable federal old- age pensions for Arkansas? A square deal from Federal Land Bank for Arkansas farm- ers? A law to draft dollars as well as men in time of war? Full rights for labor to or- ganize for its protection just as capital has organized? Joe Favors . . . . and will fight for all these measures which he believes are not only just but reasonable. Ask any one who knows him and yeu'll learn that Joe is a fighter when the people's inter- ests are involved. The Sixth Needs a Man / of the Calibre of JOE MORRISON IN CONGRESS VOTE FOR JOE Democratic Primary Aug. 9th "- iBlti00 " u, , ,4k 000lunt00u00 ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS TEXARKANA, ARK. Texarkana geographically locat- ed between two state political campaigns, the beginning of one overlapping' the ending of the other, abounds in politicians of various kinds, and opinions. On the Texas side they are divided into the defeated and disappoint- ed; the winners and warm-heart- ed, and on the Arkansas side, the opeful, ambitious and over friendly. Do Your Voting Bj Promoting IIII for 9secuting /I ttorney --Political Adv. i To Pulaski County Voters: August 9th you e?.ect a Circuit Clerk and Re- corder. It is a full-time job, and for a proper discharge of its important duties the office re- quires a CLERK, with a background of e.xperi- ence as a CLERK. I am a graduate of a business school, served several years as CITY CLERK of Little Rock (for that record rcfcr you to any citizen served by that office during those years), later it was my lot to be MAYOR during tbe four worst years of the depression. All of which amply qualifies me to serve you as your CIRCUIT CLERK. The Arkansas Gazette said KNOWLTON "MADE GOOD AS MAYOR IN A DEPRESSION" My pledge to you is that KNOWLTON WILL ALSO MAKE GOOD AS YOUR CIRCUIT CLERK, the preent efficient, courteous service fn courts and office will be maintained; also that the fees now charged by the office as fixed by Legislature in 1875 will be lowered to meet improved methods of handling records, bringing Pulaski County DOWN TO DATE in this respect. * The taxpayers' interests will at all times be the prime consideration._. Your vote and support will be appreciated. HORACE A. KNOWLTON Since there is no anthropologi- a special trip cal difference between the people stall the officers d of either side, nothing in gab or Council No. 2650,:i lumbus, and garb to distinguish the qualified show our a voter of the respective states, from substantial waY, "The-off-sider" or "Out-of-Town- with him in er" the politician naturally vents advancement of his appreciations, or friendly ap- Arkansas. peals, as the case warrants, on all Ihe contacts, which creates a warm atmosphere of hospitality, that prevails everywhere in Texarkana and can be felt even in the air- conditioned stores. Aside from that whole-hearted attitude of our people in general, the Knights in a particular waY, want to thank our Worthy State Deputy Tom Clancy for making Theaters of Spurn Film, Dubuque, Is. picture theaters in Dubuque show the film, They made fills! accordance with by The Witness, the Archdiocese W. R. DONH for Associate Supreme Court 1. Born and in Arkansas. 2. Present to succeed 3. Member American Br 4. County and of Saline sas, 1910-1914, 5. Qualified to service as of the SupreSae 35 years representing and of cases EDITGRIAL FROM BATESVILLE NEWS "Judge W. R. Donham, who now is the Bench, is recognized by the Bar of being a man of highly capable qualities. reputation for character as strong as Gibraltar; honesty is one of his most his ability is recognized by laymen who his past legal experiences, as well as by the Bar. His decisions have been based and sound precedent, and his tolerance and edness add to the qualifications which him for the place." W. R. DONHAM There's a Big Job to A MAN'S J ... and Congressman McCLELL Is the Man to In these crucial needs THE to represent her States Senate ." CLELLAN is the fight your battles the senate! A NATIVE SON jn the prime of and qualified for McCLELLAN can Best! McCLELLAN IS NOT Controlled Group . . He Will Represent The People! His personal appeal to the voters of the 150 speeches including every county in winning enthusiastic response in every body is talking John L. McClellan. It will be a for this young statesman who comes from the who willive Arkansas a powerful voice in ial legisldtion. A li Over A rkansas- .It s McCLELL for U." S. Sen McCLELLAN for ; SENATOR I 15