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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER i 7, 1943 Conway Merchants Greet Faulkner County Through The Guardi Electoral College Of Mexico Bars National Action Candidate Mexico City. (E)--Only two of the National Action candidates for seats in the Chamber of Deputies were admitted to the open session of the Electoral College which followed the closed session of the Mexican Revolutionary Party's caucus: Carlos Septien Oarcia, candi- date from the First District of Queretaro, and Filogonio Mora, candi- date from the First District of Ouerrero. Guards barred the way to 19 of the National Action candidates who sought to present their claims before the college. Sept,en Garcia, a young Catholic who has been fearless in his defense of liberty, defended the legitimacy of his election with firm- ness and despite heckling from the floor and galleries. "I do not triotic citizens have consented to come here to acknowledge a be- lated invitation from an Electoral College which so far, in my. pres- ence, has disposed of 14 National Action cases without having heard from any of the candidates of my Party who are ready to present copious and convincing documen- tation. I come here to fulfill an obligation to my electors, to my Party and to myself--the obliga- tion of continuing until the last act of this farce, and of this elec- toral process from which some- thing of decency and a little of decorum was expected in vain... Charges Fraudulent Count "In the brief time that I have been in this inclosure, I have ob- served that all the orators were permitted to read prepared state- ments in defense of their cases. I have the same right. And if I speak of fraud, it is because I necessarily, have to refer to it, since I am the victim of fraud. Furthermore, the fact that I am on this platform does no credit to the regimen. To the contrary, the fact that of the 21 honorable men who fought for National Action in these elections, only two have been permitted to speak from this platform is a reproach to it. "I shall limit myself to demon- strating with documents the il- legality of the count that result- ed in the naming of Eduardo Lu- que, and the legality of my cre- dentials." After reading these documents, the speaker continued: "I am the first voles'of. National Action to be heard in the Chamber and it is my duty to protest against the violent procedure and the fraud that has been pursued in the cases of my companions; also to say that National Action has achieved one of its goals in this campaign: the unmasking of this regimen of fraud." The body which passed on cre- dentials was composed of mem- bers of the Mexican Revolution- ary Party, the Confederation of Mexican Workers and its af- filiated National Peasant Confed- eration. Although the National Action Party has been denied seats in the new Chamber, it cannot be said that it actually or theoretically lost the elections which have been branded by all the leading dailies and periodicals of Mexico as fraudulent. In the face of poli- tical monopoly, sincere and pa- Hahn Cleaners 17 Railroad Ave. Phone 414 Conway Arkansas p- Fletcher Smith Jewelery & Gifts Conway, Arkansas run for office and equally sin- cere and patriotic citizens have voted for them. Reeds have been sown and an abundant harvest may yet be reaped. Meanwhile the "better Chamber" which President Manuel Avila Camacho has talked about will not be real- ized in the Thirty-ninth Congress. Prelates Attend Solemn Blessing Of Abbot ' Atchison. ()-- Eight Bishops and twelve Benedictine Abbots participated in the historic Bene- dictirte 3-hour ritual of the be- stowing of the abbatial blessing St. Joseph's Church, Conway St. Joseph's Church at Conway, is under the pastorate of the Rev. a native son of Conway. The church is constructed of buff brick, nearby highway. on the Rt. Rev. Cuthbert McDon- ald, O.S.B., as Coadjutor Abbot Catholic Paper Exposes Latest Propaganda Used of St. Benedict's Abbey, here. congregation of more than 800 priests, Religious and laity throng- ed St. Benedict's Church for the solemn and picturesque ceremony, which was performed on the forty-ninth birthday of Abbot McDonald. The Most Rev. Paul C. Schulte, Bishop of Leavenworth, officiated at the rite, while the Most Rev. Edwin V. O'Hara, Bishop of Kan- sas City, preached the sermon. The ritual opened with a pro- cession of nearly 300 clergymen, ncluding the Bishops, Abbot and a large number of Monsignori. A choir of more than 100 monks sang at the Solemn Pontifical Mass of Benediction. Abbot McDonald was assisted at the Solemn Pontifical Mass by Abbot Alcuin Deutch, of St. John's Abbey, Collegeville, Minn., and Abbot Vincent Taylor, of Belmont Abbey, Belmont, N. C. Besides 'Bishops Schulte and O'Hara, members of the Hier- archy who participated in the ceremony included: The Most Rev. Gerald T. Bergen, Bishop of Des Moines: the Most Rev. Louis B. Kucera, Bishop of Lincoln; the Most Rev. Charles Hubert LeBlond, Bishop of St. Joseph; the Most Rev. Henry P. Rohlman, Bishop of Davenport; the Most Rev. Frank A. Thill, Bishop of Concordia, and the Most Rev. Christain H. Winkelmann, Bishop of Wichita. Other Abbots who participated included Abbot Mark Braun, of Shawnee, Oklahoma; Abbot Stan- islaus Gumca, of Cleveland; Abbot Cuthbert Coeb, of Richardton, N. Dak.; Abbot Paul Nahlen, of Sub- :lco, Ark.; Abbot Propcopius Beu- il, of Lisle, Ill.; Abbot Stephen Schappler, of Conception, Me.; Abbot Leonard Schwinn, of Canon City, Colo.; Abbot Boniface Seng, el' St. Bernard, Ala.; Abbot Colum- ban Thuis, of St. Benedict's, and Abbot Laurence Voha, of Peru, Ill. Abbot McDonald, who was born in Ireland and spent a part of his boyhood in Kansas, is the third Abbot of St. Benedict's in its 85- yar history. The Saints are God% special friends. If we make friends with these friends of God. they will help us too to become God's special friends. II COVINITON ROOFING COMPANY METAL SHOP  PAINTS  WALL PAPER , Best Material and Service That Satisfies Dealers and contractors Wholesale and Retail Front Street Phone 379 Conway, Arkansas For Good Food Eat At The COURT CAFE II II II By Birth Control Group Rochester, (IC)--As the result of an expose of an article appearing in a natmnal magazine, the Catholic Courier, official newspaper of the Diocese of Rochester, states that the latest strategy of the Planned Parenthood Federation calls for disseminating its propaganda among the thousands of women workers in the nation's war plants and the employment of bugaboos in making the propaganda effective. The Catholic paper took issue with an article entitled "Factory Manager Learns the Facts of Life," written by A.: G. Mezerik, which appeared in Harper's Magazine. The article stated that a private hospital was being operated in Rochester by a group of doctors, who perform abortions for wemen war workers "legally, therapeuti- cally and effectively." Calling upon the magazine for pr6of of this statement, the Cour- ier was informed that the facts were supplied to the author by the head of the Planned Parent- hood Federation, but details con- cerning the information could not be supplied at the time because of the absence of the 'Federation head. The Courier then called upon Dr. A. -M. Johnson, Rochester Health Officer, for comment re- garding the statement. Dr. John- son readily gave an answer. He stated "to the best of our knowl- edge and belief, based upon known conditions in Rochester and from intimate knowledge of births and deaths, the above statement (concerning the private hospital) is entirely without basis in fact." The magazine article asserted that nearly every large plant was staggered by the problem of preg- nancy; that abortion and preg- nancy are constant topics among workers and management of- ficials; that "abortion rings" are doing land office business; that plant management generally has failed to provide an enlightened program for women who become pregnant; and that the Planned Parenthood Federation has pro- posed to feed its information to counselors and plant physicians. The Courier takes the view that since Mr. Mezerik admittedly ob- tained his information from the national group of birth control- lers. Some of the startling state- ments of the article may be view- ed in the light of propaganda. Mrs. Hampe|, St. Edwards, Heads use Committee Little Rock.--Mrs. Jos. Hampel of St. Edward's Church will serve as chairman of the Club Hospital- ity Committee at the NCCS-USO Club, 112 East 7th Street, on Sun- day, September 19th. Assisting Mrs. Hampel on her committee are the following: Miss Frances Hart, Mrs. Joseph Walter ]and Mrs. Leon Major. Coffee and sweet rolls will be NOW YOU'LL LIKE OPERA CONWAY ARKANSAS Anthony F. Lachowsky, C.S.Sp., and attracts passersby on the Editor Says Solemn Requiem Mass For Mother Little Rock.--A Solemn Requiem High Mass for Mrs. Bridget E. Keany, mother of the Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas L. Keany, was cele- brated by Monsignor Keany at Mt. St. Mary's Academy at 9 o'clock, Saturday morning. Monsignor was assisted by the Rev. Joseph A. Murray as Deacon, and the Rev. John Bann, as Sub- deacon. Mr. Frank Janesko was Master of Ceremonies. The Mass was attended bY the Sisters, and pupils of Mr. St. Mary'S. Mrs. Keany died on September 12, 1942 at Hopkinton, Massachu- setts, at the age of 94. Parish Members Invited To See Repairs Since the repairs and improve- ments have been completed on St. ]Andrew's Cathedral School and Sisters' home, Msgr. F. A. Allen cordially invites all the people of the Cathedral Parish to visit the school on Sunday afternoon, Sep- tember 19, between the hours of two and five o'clock. Monsignor wishes to give his parishioners an opportunity to vlew the improve- ments made recently. served to the men in service in the morning and coffee and apple cake will be the feature of the afternoon refreshment hour. All men are invited to come in the Club any time during the day and enjoy the "Southern :Hospitality", of the Staff, Junior and Senior Hostesses. MOLL'S CAFE GOOD FOOD AT POPULAR PRICES Conway Arkansas IH L. P. CRAFTON I IIII Conway Hardware & Seed Co. Conway, Arkansas Flour & Feed Co. Heavy Groceries Field Seed and Fertilizer Phone 70 1103 Front St. Mt. St. Mary's Bepins School Year With Mass of Holy Litde Rock.--Mt. St. Mary's Academy held its formal of the school year with Mass of the Holy Ghost, celebrated in academy chapel, last Monday, by tim Very Rex,. Msgr. T. L. academy chaplain. During the Mass, Private Lawrence Parker sang Schubert's Maria and the Panis Angelicus. Short classes were held for Catholic Hiph Opened With Mass In Chapel Little Rock. -- The Catholic High School opened for class Monday morning, Sept. 13th, fol- lowing Holy Mass celebrated by the Rector, the Very Rev. Msgr. James E. O'Connell in the school chapel. After the Mass the stu- dents met in assembly to hear the Rector explain the rules and schedule for the school year. The students then went to their var- ious class rooms where they reg- istered with their teachers. Tues- day morning, regular classes bet gan. Holy Mass will be celebrated in the school chapel every school day at 8:30 in order that the students will have the advantage of assist- ing at daily Mass. We ask the parents to urge their sons to make this little sacrifice from which so much good will accrue to them. The Catholic High School Rock- et football team will open its sea- son tonight, playing the Hot Springs High School Trojans on their home field in Rix Stadium. For the past few years this game has been an annual event and the Rockets have always given good account of themselves, mak- ing the opening game for both teams a very interesting affair. Editorial Praises Work Of Military Cha_Mains New York. (K)-- The recent ap- peal of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. William R. Arnold, Brigadier General and Chief of Army Chaplains, to parishes a n d congregations throughout the nation for addi- tional clergymen to serve as.chap- ,]sins in the armed forces, prompt- ed a laudatory editorial on the work of the military chaplains in he New York Ilerald Tribune yesterday. The editorial stated: "He (Msgr. Arnold) says: 'The nearer men ;get to the battlefront, the more serious they become -- and when they get serious, religion comes out.' We agree with General Arnold that religion is coming out in this war -- and certainly his men of God, in camp and at the front, have been brave workers in this emergency." The editorial also stated: "When religion comes forth stronger from this war, as it surely will; when. evil and its lxeudo-faiths have been conque:cd, thee men will be of those who have fought the good fight to victory. It is to be first day of school and was early. Regular full-day ses were held, beginning on day. Monsignor Keany students and stressed the ance of the work of Catholic cation in character as well as in instilling Knowledge is power, the speaker, only when it rected along right cation must include and love of God, thus ;can become the force cure the ills of society. Me exhorted the students to the right state of mind study, seizing the year a "golden opportunity" open t individual to seek develop character, and to for life. On Sunday evening, Lawrence Parker, a former student at Mt. St. Mary's, member of the 82nd. Air Band, stationed at the leans Army Air Base. the Sisters and the dents with a group of vocal tions. Private Parker, who the French horn and the in the army band, has a rich tone voice which Mary's audiences when he male leads in Glee ettas for several years, enlisting in the army. Parker returned to New on Wednesday, after furlough, spent in Little Priest Killed In Auto Chicago. ()The Rev. Maloney, assistant pastor Rosary Church, has died victim of a traffic mishap. automobile Father driving, crashed into a land then' struck a He died in St. Luke's hoped that a thousand fighters will be found for Arnold's rank." 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