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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 23, 1943 PAGE THREE In Palestine . .:......,...........,......,.... the Holy See in Pal- Egypt and Trans-Jordan, Very Rev. Arthur Walter Acting Apostolic Dele- Well known as a preacher educator, he is a member of for African Missions Fathers). Born in Eng- he is a convert and spent Years in Uganda and else- in the missions in Africa. (N.C.W.C.) POST Irish Hierarchy Cooperation Only Senior Chaplaifi Hope For Survival Urges Nation To Step Up Prod. Dublin. ()-- Members of the [rish Hierarchy and the Erie Gov- ernment are in accord in advoca- ting a program of increased food production. Many of the Bishops have urged their people to heed the State appeal for an expansion of the country's agricultural po- licy. In a ]etter to the Galway Coun- ty Committee of Agricultural, the Most Rev. Michael Browne, Bishop of the United Dioceses of Galway and Kilmacduagh, said: "I wish all of my people to re- member that food production is now a duty in conscience and that those who do their duty will have God's blessing. If people in Ire- land be short of food, it is not God's fault. He has given us plenty of arable land. It would be the fault of those who hold land but would not go to the trouble of tilling it and of keeping it by drainage and cultivation in good heart and condition. "In other countries at the pres- ent time men and women are working long hours and straining every nerve to increase the out.- put in order to win victory. Are we not prepared to make a similar effort for the sake of our coun- try and our own homes? Victory for us largely depends on our maintaining our independent food supply." Bishop Browne suggested a sur- vey of all available and of all neg- lected land be made and help or- 'ganized for those "too old or too OFFICE CAFE 120 Main Street LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS EASTER GREETINGS "We Invite You to Visit Our Store" PEOPLES FURNITURE CO. Phone 4.1547 623 Center Street LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Easter Clothing Now on Display at DUNDEE FaCtory to You  Union Made 100% --100% All Wool SUITS , TOPCOATS SPORT COATS $15.50 to $27.50 $14.75 SPORT JACKETS SPORT and DRESS PANTS $9.75 to $10.75 $4.45 to $8.95 Free Pressing Life of Garment  Free Alterations 308 Main Phone 5701 Little Rock "The Man Who Knows Wears Dund'ee Clothes" Says Irish Bishop Dublin. (E) -- A nation, to sur- vive the "present world disaster," must adopt the "true, sane and Christian doctrine" of cooperation, the Most Rev. Michael Browne, Bishop of the United Diocese of Galway and Kilmacduagh, assert- ed in an address before a group of industrial executives in Cal- remorris. "Workers and employers should mtite in the defense of their com- mon interests and every man who values the welfare of his country should use all his influence to promote that spirit and men- tality of cooperation," Bishop Browne declared. He reminded that it was the duty of workers to render honest labor for their, wages and the duty of employers to pay a just wage and provide proper working condi- tions. Bishop Browne also assert- ed that the State should not im- pose too heavy taxes upon an in- Father John E. Foley, Senior dustry, but should encourage in- Catholic Chaplain with the Unit- dustries to develop all the re- sources of the nation, ed States Army in England, who has been mentioned in news dis- weak to utilize their land prop- patches as an aide to Archbishop erly." He urged all land holders Francis J. Spellman, of New to increase their tillage, work long- York. during the Military Vicar's er hours and not be content with tour of Army camps in England raising a sufficiency that would and Northern Ireland. Father bring a good revenue, but "till Foley is a priest of the Diocese something over and above for the of Boise. (N.C.W.C.) sake of the poor and as if it' were an offering to the good God on Whom we depend for everything." Dying French Abp. The Most Rev. Patrick Collier, Remembers Country Bishop of Ossory, addressing an audience in Kilkenny Vocation In Last Testament School, emphasized the need for more scientific training in agri- Geneva. (E)Four days before culture. He declared that "we his death in January, and just af- are the only country in Europe ter he had received the Last Sa- that has left its schools without craments, the Most Rev. Louis this elementary training for the land and it is high time we made Fil!on, Archbishop of Bourges, a beginning." He lauded the in- drew up a "spiritual last testa- corporation in the program of the meat" in which he forbade "any technical school of an agricultural funeral eulogy" and accepted science class. death as a sacrifice for "my be- loved fellow-citizens, that they Easter Greetings may comprehend that no salva- tion is possible without Jesus :Christ." The text of the testa- HOME ICE COMPANY PHONE 9213 1800 EAST 9th ST. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. GREETINGS GARRETT BROS. FLORIST 2611 West 13th Street . Little Rock, Arkansas ONE LOCATION ONLY DEDICATION Undermining Of (Continued from page 2) Family Attacks domitable in will, giant in phy- sieal powers, heroic in accom- plishment, who hungered and thirsted after justice; who prepar- ed the way for this new civil dis- pensation; who obtained for us and dreamed for all mankind the blessing of an equal liberty. We bless his memory in his devo- tion, whether in his public or pri- vate life, to the loftiest pursuits the mind of man can follow. We bless his memory, whether in prosperity or in adversity, in his l consecration to those domestic virtues, which made his dwelling a home and wherein he found true felicity. May this generation, now in the throes of war--war from which Thomas Jefferson did not shrink; may this and succeeding genera- tions in a God-given peace, which Thomas Jefferson loved and for which he continuously strove, re- member and imitate the Author's recognition of and dependence upon God and his submission to God's law. May Thy Spirit, O God, descend on all America, that each and all, in submission and in thanksgiving, may re- echo the petition of Jefferson concerning the Declaration. "I pray God that these principles may be eternal." And may the peace and blessing of God, the Father, the Son and :the Holy Spirit, descend upon all i here and remain always. Amen. I ment was published in the French Catholic daily La Croix. "I offer my life for the advent of the Kingdom of God without which there cannot exist any re- establishment of peace," the Archbishop wrote. "I offer it first of all for that part of the Church which was entrusted to me---my dear petite ptrie, Le Berry; for the Diocese, that it may find many and saintly priests; for my beloved fellow-country- men, that they may comprehend that no salvation is possible with- out Jesus Christ... What has sus- tained me during the better part of my life has been my great love for the Church. For this grace I am infinitely grateful to Cod." BAKER OIL ,COMPANY Distributors of Diamond Petroleum Products LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS EASTER GREETINGS WILD'S BAKERY F. E. WILDS, Owner 2718 Arch Phone 6777 Little Rock, Ark. Coates & Coates Insurance General Agents Boyle Building Little Rock, Ark. Easter Greetings GROBMVER J.E. HORNIBROOK (0. REBSAMEN MOTORS, Inc. 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