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The peoples voice (Newspaper) - November 1, 1935, Cincinnati, Ohio
THE RADIO PRIEST SENDS WORD FmOM EOYAL OAK:
“I MOST SIIYCERELY WISH YOU SUCCESS”
SEE PAGE THREE FOR PHOTOGRAPH OF LETTER
Just as Father Coughlin 'wishes for Bigelow’s success, ¡Bigelow wishes for the^suc-cess of Shearer and Berning. Ill one of his radio talks . this week Bigelow said:
*1 consider my election assured with plenty of votes to 'apare. 1 have no doubt about being in the next City Council, but what I am anxious lüíout now lA that both
Charles FI. Berning and H. L* Shearer should also be elected.
“The people who vote for me must be voting for the things for which I stand.
“They vote for me because they want to give me a chance to do certain things which they want done.
“Why then should they vote only for me when there are three of us who stand for the same things?,
“Why vote for me and then vote for someone who will oppose me in Council? Surely there is no logic in that.
“if you put all three of us in Council we will be in a fair way to carry through our program.”
ArchbiMhop John MoNloholaa huH on the iwllUcal neutral
ity of the Oiithpllc Church In the following pronouncement:
*'bci it again be made unniintak-ably dear that the Church of Cin-cinnaU .ettpoimeti no party, favors no
set of candidates, seeks to advance the cause of no individual. She desires only that good men, and sane men, men whose honesty hes been thoroughly tested, whatever be their creed or political affiliahons, be voted for. It i» urgent again that the Catholic body of voters exert their influt’nre to seent*e candidates worthy in every way of the office to which they asplrbi m^n who will especially recommend themselves by reason of their sanity, their breadth of their acceptance of re
sponsibility and their determination
to serve the interests of the general public as far as possible.
^*The Catholic voter should not he influenced cither for or Uijainst su< h a candidate because of his religion."
“W'c CatholUs arc naturally a peace-loving people. Hut are «rn«í-tive, however, and rightly so. on the question of our religion. Hut just as we demand respect for our religious eonvietions, so we must respect the sincere religious beltl’f» of othrrn. We must give an cram-' pie in word and deed of a true spirit of religious 49lvnttiop,'\
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