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Us To Speed
EVER since the advent of the steam engine we
have been speeding up and while that speed
has come with inestimable benefit, it has not come
without its measure of attendant harm. When the
legislature of New York was first asked to grant a
franchise for eighteen miles of steam railroad, the
right to build this first railroad was not granted
without a bitter opposition which contended that it
would be unsafe because the engine would scare so
many horses that an unwarranted toll of death would
The railroad came and those who opposed it were
right in their death toll predictions. The engines
did scare the horses. There were runaways, and
what is worse, there were wrecks on the rails and
an ever-increasing list of accidents have been recorded
as the iron ribbed mileage multiplied.
But for all this we would not erase the railroads
from our maps; we would not go back to the days
when even a king would cry "My kingdom for a
The thrashing machine has cost many a thrasher
an arm. But we would not go back to the days when
we flayed grain on the Boor.
Mill machinery and foundry furnaces take their
human toll. But we cannot do without them.
We fly sky-high and all too often we read of a
fallen flyer. It is the price we pay to learn how
with safety to use the swifter way.
The auto brings its price in limb and life. We py
it and speed away.
We have been ias patiently seeking speed. With
the same impatience we must seek safety. The coot
of speed has reached such alarming proportions that
the "Safety First" slogan was born.
Observe. we did not cry "Cat it out." nor did we
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
Methodist Church Note.
Rev,. .O Wer, Pter. Resde~
A Olivier, Phone Ala 18
Church Vallette and Opelousas.
Last Sunday was Conference Sun
day and the Pastor was away in
Shreveport. The services were con
ducted in the morning by Rev. W.
0. Evans and at night by the Ep
Darlng the absence of the Pastor
occurred the death of Mr. T. A. Pol
lock, Sr., who died at the home of
his son, Dr. J. E. Pollock, 627 Olivier
street. Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1922.
Mr. Pollock was born in Florence,
Ala., and would have been seventy
aine years of age had he lived until
next February. He had lived In our
community for twenty-elght years.
He had been married for fifty-seven
years and is survived by his widow
and five children, as follows: Mrs.
A. B. Smith of lndianola, Miss.: Mrs. .
J. D. Killeen, Summit, Miss; Mr.
Thomas A. Pollock mss Evellane
Pollock and Dr. J. E. Pollock, of
Algiers. The funeral was condacted
by Dr. John T. Sawyer. Mr. Pollock
and his family have a host of friends
in our church sad the community,
sand they have the sympathy of 1
frlends, and we offer a prayer that
God may comfort them in their sor
row and afaletion.
Ceference Notes of ianterest to I
The Rev. W. W. Drake, presiding
elder of the New Orleans district; I
Rev. J. 0. Saelling retiring presaing
elder of the district, will be pastor
at Louisiana Avenue Church and l
have charge of the Memorial Home; C
Rev. K. W. Dldse will be preeld- a
lng elder of the asto district; I
Rev. R. H. Wynn, presidingt elder e a
the Shreveport district; Rev. Joha 9
F. Poster will be at St. Mark's Hall;
Rev. J . oth, pastor at Amite; I
Rev. R. M. Brow, pastor at Merry- I
vile; Rev. C. C. Wier is appointed a
Sthe seveth time to Algers, I
where be is delighted to be. I
This morning at 11 a. m., r. . a
N. Parker wit preach the aram at a
the Union Thlankavlng servi at e
PIrt Methedist Chuch.
The Bear aof Stewards will meet I
in ,regulr esion Friday nght. g
Catechis eles will meet with the C
pastor at the church Friday at 3:3:
rriess est Sunday at 11 a. m. I
and 7:30 p. m.
MITHODIST APPOINTMENTS i
At the sevetyeeventh annual aee
anees of the Ilsiana Metheodist
. hel at Shreveport, the foul a
lowing appelatmnts will be of In. tl
tent to ear readers: Ii
eavC. C. O. er is returned to the n
oed church, where he has w hrbe C
am hard sad a fathfl for several
arm. t¶t his minitry h has m
been nmeaeseul isa s tt that all hboe
neamSs. We egratmlate his paa
Meases ft having him to serve
the aer another year
Ite V. W. W. Drae was aemeie
ae1dng eser at the New Orleans
detriet, vie aev.. l N. adlng, who
wit rat to Now Orleems as paster
of the Leoulsn Avemm a Chach. si
uhe the char of the Memoral
, F. 3L H rWas apelanted to
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m Mount Olivet Church
Rev. Nieholas Righter, Reeter
SReaideme, !6 Olilr; Phone, Al.
Sunday. Dec. 3, will be Advent
Sunday, the irst Sunday in the Ad.
e vent season. The Rector announces
in that he will hold the following ser
V. First celebration of the Holy
lEucharist at 7:30 a. m.
Church School at 9:30 a. m. Rec
Dr tor's Bible Class meets in the church
- at the same hour.
of Litany Service, second celebration
or of the Holy Eucharist, and Advent
2. Sunday Sermon at 10:45 a. m.
*e Evening Prayer and Sermon at
y 7:30 o'clock at night.
11 Week Days
S Every Wednesday night at 7:30
o'clock Litany Service with cam
' paign instructions. Every.member
canvas committee of fifty meets at
s the church after the Litany service.
SThe canvass will be made on Sun.
r. day afternoon, Dec. 10. Ten or
I twelve automobiles wil leave the
church at 2 p. m. with the canvass.
ders. The work will be completed
in one Sunday afternoon.
Every Friday morning at 9:00
o'clock the Holy Eucharist is cole
Thanksgiving Day Service at the
church at 9:00 o'clock ln the morn
lug, lasting one hour. The public is
g The branch of the Woman's Aax.
iary will meet at the Rectory on
g tuesday, Dec. 3, at 7:30 p. a.
r At the delightful Get-Togsther"
d meeting planned by Mrs. George L.
; (auingham, during which Mrs. Cn
- nisgham acted as chairman, last
SWednesday night at the parish house,
Sa party of 45 young men and women
Sformed themselves into a club, which
will be known as the Mount Olivet
Young People's Club. Meetings wim
º- be held at the parish boase monthr.
l and always attended by various
, forms of amassment and serving rn
The following owners of a te
'meb s are asked to held them.
Selvesn lremdiass for the canvass
t en Dec. 10, or motify the Rector that
th, eyannot serve: Mrs. . B. Pel
t lock, Dr. O. Carey, Claude Boar.
goole, Mrs. John klvan, aariges
a Aoi, RevN.. Rghter, George Her.
tI rt, Dr. C. V. rft August Schabel,
Wia. 1ex. Veslen, James Gould,
U mer Ivlmun, 3a. J. mte, Mrs.
J V. mamme and Joesn Hernt.
Chl praetice at the church an
Thurday at 1:r o'abloek.
llet i. n _ w_ l bm e R hal Day
i for our ehure school. We trust at
a members wi be p rsnt, and
tat dormer members who have e
letsd the shei for sime time w
resew their ae elumanre at Mota
0mwTn Oier aud Whaa owe
W. /. __lse prstuf
Sfto M evs t Ph e Ai-%Wer -S
so doubt wit noerest oar pe
pie ae to what has been aseegm s d
in the rhive whiek was ogeedms5
sunde. The respeae im g eal
was e y eed, ins f.w eases ea
Sosmtus y as. tal eoh heuMeti
e SVAI6 seod puseas
Wig.8 ]a Mny of the psasp seas
as were nt at been, Deaes thnt.
sale ae o i f r who tensss
easseemi --m thee
even plead to "Slow down." We do not want to
slacken. much less to stop. On the ontrary, we
want to speed up. That is progress. But we must
The Natio.n Safety Council ports that the com
piled figures of preventabl acidents i 1920 show
a death toll of as many people as live in the State
of Nevada. In other words, in one year we wiped
out by accident one whole State. That means that
it is time to STOP something. It is not speed we
should stop. We must stop recklessness.
The man-eating thrashing machine has gone out
of fashion. But the fool at the auto wheel is busy.
Fatalities from reckless auto driving average thirty
deaths a day. We have speed laws, but they are
defiantly disobeyed and the violators when arrested
are too often dismissed with a modifed reprimand or
a petty fne.
To endanger the life of another is not a light or
We must adjust ourselves to the auto as the horse
did to the train. We make the train run on schedule,
limit its speed on crves, slow down at the sign of
caution aad come to a full stop at the STOP signal.
So must we make every auto driver do.
There is but one way to do it, and that is for every
community to impose drastic penalty for every of*
fender and far every community to promptly get rid
of any officer that fail to arrest the offenders and
every judge and magistrate that will not impose the
fall penalty of the craime.
If it is a crime to take life, it is a crime to endanger
life. Speed up safety. It is the duty of every town
and county government to get indignantly busy on
this all important job. We cannot spare our people
in whole state-full lots.
" ' l i U UnU m lm l-- = : .
necessary that many contribute lib
erally. So it was. The contributions
range from 25 centd to $20.00. If
the outstanding contributions meas
are up to the average already con
tributed there is even a possilbility
of raising our fuall quota. No doubt
we would all rejoice it this were to
happen. The above figures include
cash donations and all pledges so tar
received. The number of persons
heard from so far is not even 100
communicants. The result so far
attained is very gratifying.
This coming Sunday morning Holy
Communion will be celebrated. Com
munion will also be distributed on
the followin Thursday nlsht, Dec.
7. Confessional services begin a
quarter of an hour before the usual
time of services.
According to a resolution of the
congregation all those who wish to
commune are to announce at the par
sonage on a stipulated day. The
pastor herewith announces that he
will be at home all day Friday of
this week from 7:00 a. m. to 10:00
pm.m. to receive announcements. If
it is net altogether mpossible for
you to do so, please come and an
nounce a this eaoming riday. Don't
think this too much. If you rightly
prse the Lord's Supper, you will not
consider it a burden to announce nla
person. The pastor would like to
get in touch with al his communi
cant members. A wordt a encourage
meat, a word of warning, a word of
correction and instruction given at
such a time may prove of Inesti
mable value to your spiritual wel
fare. This does not exclMde the
practice that members of aone family
who are regular ad frequet com
municants may not change of in
announcing. But never should a
family send the same member all
the time If they decide to change of.
It would be better, however, if each
emmauneant1 member would an
aeuaee in person. If it should be
Imbhosle for you to announee on
Friday and stil you should lke to
meeve eommunlon, yen may still
amnnounee at some other time. But
this practice of giving In the name
after srvice in wholesale fashion
is mpracticable and out of favor
with the pastor
With the coming Sunday our Sun
day school will begl practice for
the Christmas program. If you an
tend to take part In the Christmas
Program. aftd Sunday school re.
This Thursday night at the reg
ular hour we ada hlve a speslm
Thaksgivip s servie. Come and
eing your riends and joa us to re
mmbering the bleeds God has be
up on as. Int a al tnra eut
St BHlm fir his love and k
aus to as.
With this day ma ing we be.
gin a new churhe yeet. unday is
the irt Sunday i- Advent.~ kl
this eoaeng erAek year the paester
wa peach em the bmos of new
Gspet sa etion. se the pase
year we dweit en the itls a
sam In der to get the mlb bene
of suhek a sis: youm should atend
rguaeuy a ar moraning threagh
m. the eae y pear. !ext Thursda
willn ma the besnnmng of ur Ad.
vent Mdedts. Demant ales any of
thee. The" wa preare u o h a
pouer obeanaee e Chrs tmas.
te ofd i. Holy
asi liie daghter et chank
Zmisla oat end oae s terg*e apn
seep aStner san Mrs. N. seen
seeter f eusear maer
*ons a w e a . new.
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Ch nrch Notices
Sunday 8chool-Sunday 9:45 a. m.
Preaching--Sunday 11 a m. and 7:3
B. Y. P. U.. Junior and Senior-Sun
day evening 6:30 at K. of P. Hall.
Prayer Meeting-Wednesday 715 p
m.. at Pastors home. 330 Verret 8f
CIvSOM Or TiE MOLT DAMS or
Verret and Aýi s.
tev. . LCder. Plu PrLt; Re
1. Ouinau. o. n p eOnth hnd sR
I. Mayes, assistats.
Week Day--Meses. . 03 and t.
Up s-48I .:10 !ad U.
Rev. C. C. Wier. pestr; reldeMrie.
Omver It. Pme Algiers 1.
Puaday kheel- :a3.
Skuday--l o. M. and 71: p. m.
Wedaneday Prayer Meetlng-T:3 p. a
MT. OLIVRT CRUICE.
Peenma Ave. anl Olter t.
Rev. Nickehla Righter. Rector.
Resldeee. 35 Olivier St.
•unday 1:0 a8. r.--Hely Cemmunle
Sunday Scheel. 90: a. a. Moraing Prayer
and Sermon, 1O:45 a. a. Mveinag Prayer
and Serme, 1:3 p. a.
nIIITY WUAOUILCA*L LUTRmRAS
Onaer OMvier and as Sts.
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Pieet Chunb ot Chlet Sett, a blaem
at the Mother C~aeh la oes..t. W n
ashille Avenue and Ge Osl etA.L S
day leevie at 1 a. a.
Sunday School at 01 a. a.
we asesay evals s edes at S p. a.
ALL SADIITS e1d31.
Rev. Jane A bert. /r. J., Paner
Beptims. Sunday, p a. Sunday night
Service, T:20 pa. oly ear Thurday.
1-9 p.a. Week DyMae, d a. at.
Coefeeene. Seaturday. afteraes aad
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