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Merchants Congratulate Bishop Morris On Coming Jubi0000 I ' , ,, , , ,.... Blessed Sacram6nt Chm'ch. Jonesboro ,., , .. .. . . t St. Bernard'S Assists UmttcJze I00lessed Sacrament Par,sh i! . . In National Defense Jonesboro--First Aid Courses have been given all through Release tile Ist year in j onesboro. The purpose of these courses is to .. . . . . . . . y _ g" . . ! equip the people with knowledge to render assistance in case RSerme,s reoe n rOcaPgldEen ning, May 24, at the parish church, their teacher and princit of a local emergency, and to furnish information, which will Browder, the Communist leader, The. graduation sermon and dis-IM. Perpetua, for ma t' tribut,on o diplomas were given I grammar school days .0L"; always prove useful and may be the means of preventing many from prison where he was serving serious and fatal accidents and other related illnesses. Eight a four-year term from perjury, is by Rev. W. J. Kordsmeier, followed ] they will always rememlk7 by Benediction. I  F i Sisters, from both the hospital and academy, and also, twenty made in editorial comment by prominent secular newspapers. For the highest averages in their ] Peru's Consul General t tf student nurses are nearing the completion of the Standard "The freeing of Browder," says class, a $50 scholarship to Holy ....... d |lla fist Aid Course, which is giv-  The New York Times, "will of Angels Academy was awarded to in Liverpool Is e= _,ii nospzml. The purpose o I zn course, be linked in every one's Martha Janette Woodward, and a London, (E)Peru's coill a weekly at the Blessed Sacra- course is to equip a number oi mind with out' relations with Rus- scholarship which covers the eral in Liverpool since 19'! ,,.,, Hall women, between the ages of 18 sin. But our alliance with Russia tuition for the freshman year at Jose M. de la Colnia _J',m a ........ ! and 50 years, to render community is purely military. Russia's do- Subiaco, was awarded' to James He was chief of the peru V Sr. M. Georgia has begun i service and to fill up a depleted mestic affairs are her own. Our Richard Stewart. sular services in Great t class in Nutrition. Lectures nursing the local hos- i domestic affairs are our own. The The church was beautifully Before coming to ll . : ........... W.=A...Ao...iPttaL :acn me vommeers to entire nation is whole-heartedly  s ......... w ": _'2":' = serve, every year, 150 hours af decorated for the occasion by Sis- served in France, Holl.| ld Friday evening at t er ...... This has nothing whatsoever to do Those graduating were: Jimmyl The by is being tak ..  ..... ".. her time, ezther m local hospRals, for all-0ut military aid to Russia. " ter M. Imelda, with lillies ]Belgium Spain and AUStr,| ira's hospital. ,merestea ray- or in health units, or in other with the release from prison of an HITLER AUSTRALIA Stewart, Allan Patteson, Jerrh;[for burial. Requiem 1 omen make up the class, related fields. She does not work American citizen who has been Reedy, Maxie Hockle, Janette I offered in St. Francis  Sr. M. Mildred' is teaching a for remuneration. The course was convicted of perjury against his (Continued from page 1) (Continued from page 1) ass i t Hol ce Nursing for a [ roup taught by Sr. M. Thomasine, who Government. The way to help Pastor Niemoeller told Dr. Stein part of the country. The earliest Woodward, Mary Caroline Martin, I Liverpool. Senor Colir$ w,- i lay -won Len. Classes are held was assisted with the supervision Russia is to send with all possible that Hitler declared' in the same priests were Irish and' the first Hdbw and fur childre/l rery :Vlonay and Thursc ay t fter- of the practice periods in the hos- speed and in the greatest possible interview: Bishops were English Benedictines. on. pital, by Sr. M. Mildred. amounts the military equipment "It will be necessary to adjust Later Irish priests who had worked The only course which has thus : : - she needs. It helps neither Russia the Christian dogma to the ideas on the missions took over the Endeavor to be patient in bear- nor the cause of national unity to we National Socialists represent, administration of the Church and ing with the defects and infirm- interfere with the normal course You are mistaken in believing that all Bishops appointed in recent ities of others, of what sort so of justice for reasons of political this would be harmful to the years have been Australian-born. Congratulations | | ever they be; for that you also expedmncy." Church. The National Socialist Nearly one-half of the 2,000 have many failings which must The Times notes that President ideology is more than a mere pout- priests and practically all of the j, be borne with by others, offered two main justifications for teal program. It is a "Weltan- 10,000 nuns in Australia are Aus- C I W Y D __R U G S T O R I/: his action in releasing Bowder; !schaung" (world view),comprising tralian-born. | namely, promotion of national everything of importance for man- The Church mrouffhout Austra- unity and the allaying of suspi- kind, including religion. An ad- lia was in a strong position at the cion that Browder's "long sen- justment of the Christian dogma outbreak of war in 1939 to apply tence" was "by way of penalty im-to the demands of our times will the energies of its people to war ro'/'Arkansas ':[ not weaken the position of the activities based on understanding / " ! iticalPSedviews."upn him because of his pol- Church, but strengthen it, and will of spiritual values. The activity The paper says it is doubtful secure its unconditional backing of the Church had been channelled whether either of these expecta- by the great power of the National in the past into two directions: Jonesbo tions is justified. "So far from Socialist State." first, toward the building up of the last year in j onesboro. First Aid Course, which is giv- en weekly at the Blessed Sacra- ment Hall. a class in Nutrition. are given and Friday evening at St. Ber- nard's Hospital women make up the class, class in Home Nursing for a group of lay-women. every Monday and Thursday after- noon. far been completed at the hos- pital is the Nurse's Aide Course. This course consists of 80 hours, 35 of which are spent in class- room, and the remaining 45 hours, consists of practice work in the ,.. to Bishop Morris "Beans" Williams Hardware Co. Everything in Hardware and Sporting Goods Telephone 444 (" 242 Main Street Gregg Funeral Home removing the stigma of political prejudice from the case, the Pre- sident's intervention strengthens the charge," the editorial says. "Whether or not Browder's sen- tence was lengthened because of his political views, it seem clear that it has now been shortened be- cause of them." "As for the pro- motion of natural unity," the paper adds, "it is our guess that the release of Browder wil have the opposite effect." [ The Washington Post declares 1 that Browder's release "is not like- !y to satisfy the Communists," and I CionsadBest Wishes J has already brought criticism II II ] from some of those who wanted to | t' I'_|.I. _.._T _ ...... |[keep Mr. Browder behind prison I l[y 11L l1trltt gulu;g- |{ bars because they regard him as | - _ |[a menace to the country." The m o dr"nt. BI'I- | J editorial ,also , asserts that "the - z'resioent s statement in commu- I --::::2:- I[ting Mr. Browder's sentence to | &- a,.y .,..=a U.= *O ' | [ the time already served tacitly | _,-_L----_ =r, n M.;.. gh.,. |[recognizes that a Federal Court | .pnu,, va .............. | [ was unduly severe in passing judg- n ,..D. AWAIqA.g |Iment upon him because the group n "" ......... ' ............ II[he represented was in acute dis- i .......... .._ _ r___- ..... ,, | [ favor." The paper then notes that | "" WcIace X our uslnvss | [thet:esident "attempted to justi- i y remase of Mr. Browder on ! FREE DELIVERY lithe ground that it 'will have a | tendency to promote national uni- ' I '  " [ ty. n other words, pohhcal con- , , , ,,, , siderations entered into the re- lease of the Communist leader d' as well as into his sentencing." Westbrook Pegler, noted colun- ist, says in his syndicated column 65 Years of Leadership-- that release of Browder, whom he called "one of the foremost pro- Axis collaborationists during the ife of the Berlin-Moscow com- a t" " . o c, estabhshes the prmc,ple that "the politics of a criminal i may be weighed in his favor" "This is a olitical comm'unta- Distinctive Funeral Service Ambulance Service Walnut Ridge Monette Jonesboro Claimed Supreme Power Hitler told Pastor Niemoeller further: "What you want to do is estab- lish an autonomous Church. That can never be. That is nothing but a revival of the aspirations of the Church in the first German Em- pire (the so-called First German Empire, founded by Charlemagne), which proved to be a misfortune for the German people. The Pro- testant Church never made things difficult for the Prussian kings. Why are you making matters diffi- cult for me? What prevents you from recognizing t.hat I have sup- reme power over the Church and its doctrines? Jesus Ch'rist also was only a man, and a Jew to boot. Why shouldn't I, who am more powerful that He--why shouldn't I have the right to estab- lish a new dogma for the Church?" Hitler also "screamed," Pastor Niemoeller is quoted as saying: "Let me say this: I may be ruthless. I may be cruel, merci- less; but I am so for the good and tion," Mr. Pegler asserts "as the White House statement admitted in the remark that Browder's lib- eration would have 'a tendency to promote national unity.' That was equivalent to saying that Browder was given his freedom so as to quiet the political clamor of his followers who, incidentally, are all sworn enemies of the form of government provided by the United States Constitution." "Under this principle," the col- umnist adds, "any public enemy serving a thoroughly just and well-deserved term might be re- leased in,response to a demand by an orgafiized following." Union Baking Co. BAKERS SNO-WHITE AND a Catholic Parochial school System LIGHTCRUST BREAD whereby, without governmental help, but subject to governmental supervision, all Catholic children in towns were in parochial schools, taught by Brothers and nuns, while the Catholics, as ,taxpayers, were contributing also to the cost' of secular governmental schools; and ;secondly, to the erection of notable ecclesiastical governmental schools; and secondly, to the erection of notable ecclesiastical buildings-- cathedrals, churches, schools, mon- asteries, hospitals and orphan- agesall over the country. happiness of our Fatherland. I cannot tolerate decadence of any kind, even in the form of religion. My aim is to make Germany the only power in the world. I must therefore, eliminate any kind of sickness, and I consider the senti- mental feeling for Christianity as a kind of mental sickness." Ft. A. J. Burggraff, C.S.P., Offers Prayer In Congress Washington, (IC)The Very Rev. Aloysius J. Burggraff, C.S.P., Su- perior of St. Paul's College at the Catholic University of Ameri- ca, offered the prayer with which the session of United States Senate was opened today. Father Burggraff asked that "by adherences to Christian prin- ciples" the Senate might become the instrument of divine peace and love "at a time when pagan ideals prevail in other lands." When you encounter things which give you trouble, remember that the saints cheerfully did greater and more troublesome tasks, and encourage yourself by their example. The Lone Star Co. Dealers In MOBIL OIL & MOBIL GAS JONESBORO, ARKANSAS Congratulations and Best Wishes to Bishop Morris H.T. PURVIS & SON, INC. "ARKANSAS' FINEST JEWELRY STORE" 412 So. Main Street Jonesboro, CONGRA TULA TIONS TO BISHOP MORRIS Barton Lumber Co. "Northwest Arkansas' Oldest and Largest Printing and Office Supply House" oilers Congratulations to Bishop Morris, who has done so much for the spiritual and material progress of Arkansas. Sammons Printing Co. L. D. Summers, Jr., Manager 239-41 Union Phone 600 Jonesboro, Arkansas Jonesboro Blytheville El Dorado PHONES 674 and 675 Congratulations to Bishop Morris on his coming Jubilee Congratulations to Bishop Morris On his 50th Anniversary Miller Crenshaw Company Mercantile Bank WHOLESALE GROCERY Arkansas Member F. D. 1. C. Jonesboro, Arkansas