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00000ther John, Searcy, Celebrates Anniversary, May 2 eata Jubilee Mass will be  9:30, Monday morning, :J[' .at St. Paul's Chapel, J:JllCaol, Searcy. A ban-  be served at I p.m. "be ol" FINE FOODS lower prlces! 00STAcY,S o Qreat Marketa 190 West Seventh I ,, N.L.R. years later was to culminate in a still bloodier World War, Aloys Meier entered the service of the King of Kings, dedicating his young life to God and his fellow man in the lowly ranks of the Poor Brothers of St. Francis. The sacrifice was complete even to the change of name: 'Hence- forth," said the officiating priest, "you will be known as Brother Tohn." Brother John attended prompt- y to any task assigned to him, be it the lowly menial chore of the novititate, or the more respon- sible duty after profession. Each succeeding appointment carried its increment of responsibility. In the years that followed, his superiors discovered and appre- ciated the gifts that Brother John TO GET RID OF A BAD COLD IN A HURRY TRY S. & B. "SPRATOX" It is Just the remedy to check it quickly and if used In time will often prevent It, and other troubles that follow a cold. We are mailing it out every day, why can't we mall you an outfit--750 complete and guaranteed to satisfy 8NODORASS & BRACY --Advertisement. DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER Chiroprsctor Pathometrio Precision moas 14 Ys er- lenee as a Grad- UISte ltTlr J Phone R.J684 $10 E. Irk Little Reek, Ark. SAVE MONEY ON Fire Auto INSURANCE See JOHN H. TUOHEY With A. W. Sloss Ins. Agency Phone 4-4121 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 23, 1943 PAGE FIVE I No. 22 The Story Of The Bible In Pictures LAY And they came to the place which God had shewn him, where he built an altar, and laid the wood in order upon it: and when he had bound Isaac his son, he laid him on the altar upon the pile of wood. And he put forth his hand and took the sword, to sacrifice his son. And behold an angel of the Lord from heaven call- ed to him, saying: Abraham, Abraham. And he answered: Here I am. And he said to him: Lay not thy hand upon the boy, neither do thou any thing to him: NOT THY HAND UPON THE OY liE AWA RAId AMON6$TTHE BklE now I know that thou fearest God, and hast not alfred thy only begotten son for my sake. Abralmm lifted up his eyes, and saw behind his back 'a ram amongst the briers sticking fast by the horns, which he took and offered for a holo- caust instead of his son. And he call- ed the name of that place, The Lord sooth. Whereupon even to this day it is said: In the mountain the Lord will see. And the angel of the Lord called to Abraham a second time fmm heaven, had to expend. Many and var- ied were his assignments during those years, but due to his extra- ordinary ability in dealing with boys, he was appointed prefect of the school. Brother John loved the boys and the boys loved Brother John. Because of his wise and efficient handling of the boys, it was quite natural that he should be appoint- ed superior of Morris School. Under his astute guidance and executive ability, the School has maintained a steady progress in expanding its educational facili- ties and developing its physical resources. Brother John will receive the heartiest congratulations of his confreres and hosts of friends on his twenty-fifth anniversary in the service of the Lord. Pope Sends Aid To Children,: Rmdan Prisoners In Finland Vatican City. 0His Holiness Pope Plus XII, who already has sent a considerable sum out of general relief funffs to Finland for the aid of needy children and Russian prisoners of war, will send another glft at Easter time for the aid of Russia prisoners in Finland. Pope Plus XII has transmitted to Bishop William Cobben, Vicar Apostolic of Finland, a gift of $10,000 for the relief of needy children in that country, accord- ing to a broadcast by the Lahti I radio of Finland which was rec- orded by the Federal Communica- tions Commission and made pub- lic by the Office of War Informa- tion. STANDARD ICE COMPANY of Arkansas L/[ . _ .213"214 Exchange Bldg. tit:/: tRCkrinNlee Lit tl;eBebe? )t Reasonable Prices i EASTER GREETINGS :0000Rook. Ar00. KING COLE II Emily Garwood Little Rock, Ark. t Easter Greetings  i '    I Arkansas Upholstering & Cabinet Co. Phone 7547 409 Center St. Litde Rock, Ark. ti:r.a'eans resurrection, glad new birth, joyous hope e':' But never forget that there would not have tida; a Easter without a Good Friday first a Good '%d t sorrow, sacrifice and loss. We're having, our rt . clay now; but with pray and work, lust as that Ster dawned, so will ours. lq| ANGEL CAU.[9 TO &BBAHAM A $1COMP TiN t: saying: By my own self have I sworn, salth the Lord: because thou hastdone this thing, and hast not spared thy only begotten son for my sake: I will bless thee, and I will multiply thy seed as the stars of heaven, and as the sand that is by the sea shore: thy seed shah possess the gates of their enemies. And in thy seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed, because thou hast obeyed my voice. Abraham returned to his young men, nd they went to Bersabee togeth- "N' THEY WENt TO OI&III ETNIR or, and he dwelt there. After these things, it was told Abraham that Melcha also had borne children to Nachor his brother. Hus the firstborn, and Bus his brother, and Camuel the father of the Syrians, and Cased, and Azau, and Pheldas, and Jedlaph, and BaUiuel, of whom was born Rebecca: These eight did Melch bear to Nachor Abraham's brother. And his con- cubine, named Roma, bore Taboo, and Gaham, and Tahas, and Maha: PUNISHMENT (Continued from page 1) obscure murderer would have a more profound and lasting effect upon the imaginations and con- science of men and nations than would imprisonment, exile or banishment. It would constitute an unforgettable reminder that force can be effectively turned against those who have been its avowed champions. For the minor culprits in the enemy coun- tries, imprisonment, banishment and other milder penalties would probably be sufficient to safe- guard the international common good. Not the least important of the contributions made to the international common good by adequate punishment of the enemy malefactors, would be to forestall and prevent the enormous amount of private and group vengeance which would other wise be in- flicted indiscriminately upon members of the Axis nations by inhabitants of the occupied coun- tries, and even by groups within the Axis nations, upon their fel- low nationals. "Beyond question, the penalties above discussed' would not exceed the bounds of retributive justice. They are richly deserved by these international malefactors, They would attain the secondary and implicit end of, civil punishment. Nevertheless, if any of them be not conducive to the primary end, that is, the international common good, it, or they, should not be imposed. For the common good is the supreme end. of civil punish- ment. "The foregoing conclusion is in full harmony with the classical and traditional Catholic doctrine concerning international punish- ment." The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well and doing well whatever we do, without a thought of fame. If it comes at all it will be because it is deserved, not because it is sought after. Plumbing And : Heating . RPAIR SrECIAUST. GEO. M. WOODS Call 2-3342 ' Little Rock ]qlO R RISO]%[ " THE HATTER & LADIES AN. HAT00 MEN'S " "" --" CLEANED AND BLOCKED 525 Main St. Ph. 9976 EASTER GREETINGS Arkansas Foundry Co. 1501 East 6th St. Phone 8231 Little Rock, Arkansas Bishop Breynat Turns Vicariate To Coadjutor Victoria, B.C. (E)The Dean of the Canadian Hierarchy, the Most Roy. Gabriel Breynat, O.M.I., has now passed over his full urisdic- tion as Vicar Apostolic of the Mackenzie to his Coadjutor, the Most Rev. Joseph Trocellier, O.M.I. Ill-health has obliged Arch- bishop to take this step, and it ends 51 years of most devoted ser- vice on his part to the missions of the vast Mackenzie district, to which he came from France in 1892 immediately after his ordi- nation to the priesthood. Nine years later he was named Vicar Apostolic of the Mackenzie. On April 6 he observed the forty-first anniversary of his consecration as Bishop of this great mission field which stretches 2,000 miles north along the Mackenzie river and 1,- 500 miles along the Arctic Coast. In later years he received many honors from the Holy See for his work, ihcluding appointment as Assistant to the Pontifical Throne with the title of a Roman Count, and appointment as an Archbishop. Archbishop Breynat will be 76 on October 6, but until several months ago he never had been ser- iously ill throughout his long mis- sion life, which kept him far from medical aid for months at a time. 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