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L THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 19, 1943 PAGE SEVEN ! F ' Catholics In Named by President 'Holy Constable' ice-Pres.Walla(e SeesThreat of NewWar Philippines rStirs Catholic Exceed Others Interest In Eng. Against Psychological owor. (IC)--The welfare of BABY NIGHT AT THE USO CLUB all the missions of the Orient de- Material Arming Of Russia pends to a great extent upon the welfare of the Church in the Philippine Islands because it " is the only Catholic nation in the Far East, the Jesuit Philippine Bureau here observed in releas- ing population statistics of the Oriental nations. The bureau stated in the Philip- pines'there are 12,603,428 Catholics out of a total population of 16,- 000,301 and added the Catholic population of t.he islands is great- er than the total Catholic popula- tion of all other Oriental nations combined. The Catholic popula- tion of the other nations was total- ed at 11,576,800, as follows: India, 4,845,000; China, 3,800,000; Indo-China, 1,565,000; Ceylon, 400,000; Japan, 283,000; Korea, 200,000; Burma, 135,000; Java and Madura, 103,000; Malaya, 79,700; Siam 62,000; Sumatra, 28,000; Celebes, 21,500; Borneo, 7,500 and Mormosa, 7,100. The bureau also observed the Catholic world has an average of one priest for every 1,000 Catho- lics, %hile the Philippines have an average of one priest for every I0,000" Catholics. I (By N.C.W.C. News Service) Delaware, O. By reembracing the Thotskyist idea. o{ raenting world-wide revolution, Soviet Russia could lay the 0undwork and make a World War No. 3 "inevitable,' Vice- Etesldent Henry A. Wallace asserted here. L Mr. Wallace stated that some time in this year or the next, e decision as to whether to "plant the seeds for World War 3' will be made. Enumerating the probabilities for an- r world conflict, the Vice President said: g .... That war will be certain if we allow Prussia to rearm ther materially or psychologically. That war will be probable t Case we double cross Russia. That war will be probable if r e. fail to demonstrate that we can furnish full employment after In war comes to an end and fascist interest motivated largely Y anti-Russian bias get control of our government: . "Unless the western democracies and Russia come to a tldactory understanding be- said: )re the war ends, I very much "If we want peace we must a that World War No. 3 will treat other nations in the spirit of democratic Christianity. We must e iaevitable. Without a close make our religion practical. In d trusting understanding be- our relations with China, for ex- ample, we must act in such a way teen Russia and the United as to enhance the material as well ales, there is a grave probability as the spiritual well-being of her ltuSsia and Germany sooner or people. So doing will not only be e.making a common cause, of spiritual advantage to our- selves, will not only do much to ,, "qerstanfllnz With Russia prevent war, but will give us more f, COUrse theground for World material prosperity than we can o. 3 can be laid by actions otherwise enjoy." er Dowers, even though we ,e United States follow the At the outset of his address, i "Enlisted Men's Baby Night" was a big hit at the Club operated  constructive course for ex- which was titled "Practical Re- by the National Catholic Community Service in San Antonio recently [; SUch a war would be in- hgmn m the World of Tomorro , It was an evening of.rest for the tired mothers 'ho witnessed the 'e:[bme if Russia should again Mr. Wallace declared there are evening's feature a "Diaper Derby" In this picture, Army Sergeant )g['oraee the Trotskyist idea of fo- three great philosophies 'in the illlam Welssman seems to have a'head.start as he prepares to place :[.g World-wide revolution, or world today. The first, based on ree-corncred didies on his five.month-old daughter Linda. Starter rJtlsh interests should again the supremacy of might over and timekeeper is Sergeant Warren D. Crumbling. (N.C.W.C.) ItlaPathetie to anti-Russian right, is the Prussian philosophy . LY in Germany and other Lm G neS.,, which encourages war between xian philosophy, which holds war- Church in this countr,j. In a re- nations until such a time as a ]are inevitable until the proletar- cent issue of the magazine Com- "Laktng before the Conference "single master race dominates the late comes out on top everywhere monweal, which surely can not be l:_ arlstian Bases of World Or- entire world and' everyone is ap- in the world. The third, he classi- said to have Marxian leanings, the |J, held under the auspices of pointed to his daily task by an fled as the "democratic Christian managing editor discussed two ',,Chureh Extension of the agreement, self-appointed Fueh- philosophy" which denies that books by exiled Russians on the :it Church at Wesleyan rer," he said. man was made for war and holds status of religion in Russia. Quot- Slty here, Mr. Wallace The second, he said, is the Mar- that ultimate peace is inevitable ins from both books, one written and all men are brothers under under the auspices of the Church God their Father. of England, and the other, by a Mr. Wallace said a general re- professor at Fordham University; education program to combat the the editor came to the conclusion WHITE CITY old PrussianlsmandHitlerismand that the position of the Christiar to encourage living in peace among Church in Russia has definitely the world family of nations was improved." necessary as a post-war measure Mr. Wallace said the "future Building Material Co Inc. in Germany. well beihg of the world depends Child Of Prusslantsm upon the extent to which Marx- sl The Vice-President classified ianism, as it is being progressive- ildi Marxianism as "in some way" a ly modified in Russia, and demo- All Kinds of Bu ng Material chUd of Prussianism, because cracy, as we are adapting it to Marx, "its high priest, was molded twentieth century conditions, can in his thinking by Hegel, the live together in peace." "Ph great philosopher of the Prussian He asserted thal"if the Western demoezacies can furnish full era- ones 671 and 672 Drawer 147 , State." It does not hold one race ployment and an expending pro- superior to another, Mr. Wallace } said, and' "the Russian people, who duction, they "need have no fear are the chief believers in Marx- of a revival of old-line Communist S '1 ianism, are fundamentally more propaganda from within." If the [religious than the Prussians." democracies fail in employment [ Observing that "the great mass and production, "communist prop- of the Russian people is still hun- aganda of this kind is inevitable gry for spiritual food," Mr. Wal- and there is nothing which the lace said: Russian government or our gov- "This question of religious free- ernment or any other government p R O C T O r e dm in Russia has been getting at- can d t stp it'"' lrabert,s and Market tention from the Church of Eng- Democratic Doctrine ' land and from the Roman Catholic "I believe in the democratic doc- " ll illlli ill [ i ii h/it i 11 i r i i t [ I ................... n .................................................... [ ................................ CAMDEN, ARKANSAS lW[ G eDellver Camden, Arkansas FUneral Home and Furniture Grocery Co, 400 trine--the religion based on the social message of the prophets, the heart insight of Christ, and the wisdom of the men who drew up the Constitution of the United States and adopted the Bill of lights," Mr. Wallace said. "By tradition and by structure we be- lieve that it is possible to reconcile the freedom of rights of the in- dividuals with the duties required by the general welfare. We be- lieve in religious tolerance and i the separation of Church and State, but we need to light again the old spirit to meet the challenge of new facts." "The gospel of Christ was to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, comfort the sick and visit those who were in hard luck," said the Vice-President. "He said that treating your neighbor decently was the way to show that you lov- ed God. The neighborhood in Christ's day was a few miles in diameter. Today the airplane has 'made the whole world a neighbor- hood. "The Good Neighbor policy, whether at home or abroad, is a Christian policy. Those who preach isolationism and hate of other nations are preaching a modified form of Prussian Nazism, and the only outcome of such preaching will be war." Nation's Opportunity Throughout .history, he remind- ed, every big nation has been giv- en an opportunity to help itself by helping the world. Thousands of business men have seen this kind of thi'ng happen on a smaller scale and have increased their prosperity by ,generously seizing the opportunity, he declared. "Christianity is not star gazing or foolish idealism," Mr. Wallace said. "Applied on a world-wide scale, it is intensely practical. Bread cast upon the waters does return. National friendships are remembered. Help to starving people Js not oon forgotten." Mr. Wallace said the United States now have the "greatest op- mrtunity that ever came to any )eople" and advocated that "we 'espond to this cry for help" in a :rue Christian spirit. "We of the Western democ- he said, "must demonstrate the practicality of our religion. :We must extend a helping hand' to China and India; we must be firm and just with Prussia; we must deal honestly and fairly with Russia and be tolerant and even helpful as she works out her econo- Rev. Raymond A. McGowan, a priest of the Diocese of St. JoS- eph, and Assistant DirectOr of the Department of Social Action, Na tional Catholic Welfare Conferlh ence, who has been named by President Roosevelt to a commit- tee of eight to advise him on pro- posed amendments to the Organic Law of Puerto Rico. Universal Press ph'n. (N.C.V.C.) Two Publications Banned By P.O. As 'Salacious' Washington. () -- Second-class mailing privileges of two publida- tiors, "Judge" and "Close-Up," !have been revoked, it has been an- nounced here by Postmaster Gen- eral Frank C. Walker, on the ground that both, in one or more of their recent issues, published material and pictures which ap- pealed to the salaciously inclined. mie problems in her own way; we must prove that we ourselves can 1 Anderson B oth give anexample, in our Ameriean democratic way, of full employ' ment and full production for the benefit of the common man." r ,ers USREY'S DRUGSTORE 1237 E. Washington 203 So. Adam's Phone 257 Camden, Ark. ! Camden, Arkansas m m m FOR FIRE Telephone 283 108 Newton Street INSURANCE Camden, Arkansas \\; CONSULT " OUACHITA G. S. PURIFOY INSURANCE B. T. FOOKS MFG. CO. H O T E L 141W. Washington St. " Phone 415 Camden Arkansas Camden, Arkansas F'. ' Camden, Arkansas ::, By George Barnard London. (E)-- British Catholics are interested in the novena order- ed to be observed throughout Port- ugal to hasten the canonization of Nuno Alares Pereira, for it was Pereira, known as "the Holy Con- stable," who took a large part in framing the 500-year-old alliance between Portugal and Great Brit- fan. Vatican Radio, heard here, an- nounced that the novena was or- dered by the Patriarch of Lisbon, His Eminence Cardinal Cerejeira. Nuno Alvares Pereira won inde- pendence for Portugal in 1411, hav- ing led the country's armieslin re- peated victories against the Cas- tilian invaders. John of Gaunt sent him rein- forcements early in the campaign. The reeisive battle, fought at A1- jubarrota, was won with the help of 500 English archers, and to commemorate the victory a con- vent was built at Batalha, where it still stands. The lasting alliance between Portugal and England was con- firmed by the Treaty of Windsor in the fourteenth century. Nuno Alvares Pereira died in 1931. Pope Benedict XV confirm- ed the popular cult in his honor in 1918, stated an opportunity was given fox" the appearance of representa- tives of both publications before the, department's hearing board, but no representatives were pres- ent on the dates set for the hear- ing. Irish Priest Aiggmd To Los Angeles Duties Los Angeles. (E)Another young Irish priest has arrived in Los Angeles to take up dutes in this archdiocese. He is the Rev. John J. O'Malley, of Colacoon Lanis- burgh County Mayo, who was or- The Post Office Department  dained January 22, 1941. SILLIMAN AGENCY Complete Insurance Service FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N OF CAMDEN Complete HOME LOAN SERVICE & INVESTMENTS llllllll I I& Camden Hatchery & Feed Company Producers of U. S. and Arkansas Approved and Pullorum Tested .Chicks Livestock and Poultry Feeds--Chicks, Supplies, Remedies Feeds nd Seeds GROCERY DEPARTMENT Gold Medal Flour, U. S. Inspected Meats, QUALITY GItOCERIES Hatchery H-Way No. 24 L.U. 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