Page 13, 7th January 1938

7th January 1938
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Everyone Who Can So Afford Takes Out A Life Insurance...

Black-coats Yield Freedom By Our Social Survey Staff The ordinary Englishman has of recent years acquired quite a reputation for thrift. Every so often the Post Office gives......

Ireland Vindicated

(Continued from page 3) sarily to hurry the procedure. One question to the police officer "Is she known to you?" The answer is invariably " yes," and promptly comes the......

A Stalin Litany Russian Book Of The Century

From Our Russian Correspondent On January 12 the first session of the Supreme Soviet is to be opened in Moscow. What its decisions will be is immaterial, for both chambers will......

Meditations For Young Christian Workers

1111.—The Luck Of Poverty It is said : " At least a minimum of well-being is necessary in order to practise virtue." Therefore I have the right to aim at improving the material......

British Reds' Strategy

DAILY WORKER DROPS ITS HAMMER AND SICKLE Communist Claims This Will Encourage the Faint-Hearted From a Staff Reporter C01111111411inil in Great Britain has taken a new step......

" Franco's Bayonets' Quotation

LETTERS FROM BANK CLERKS " The Catholic Herald is Anti-Franco " The December number of the Bank Officer, the organ of the Bank Officers' Guild, contains an interesting if......

Courses For Workers In Catholic University

The Catholic University of Lille has inaugurated an Institute of Work and Culture with the object of organising courses of lectures for workers, trade unionists, and Jocistes.......

Will Your Rent Be Raised ?

Hardship for Black-coals From Our Industrial Correspondent In 1938 the present Rent Acts expire. How the Government intend to substitute them is doubtful. But if one may judge......

Notes For Ransomers

" Vivamus In Spe! " The Guild of Our Lady of Ransom has completed fifty years of its life. It has been a memorable half-century of progress, and yet how much remains to be done.......