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10THE GUARDIAN JULY 22. 1966 8soPe Democrat Pol. Adv. Pd. By Ernie Deane lU Reds Delete 'Religious Liberty' Bonn, Germany () -- Duch- ovny Pastyr, a monthly lmbli- cation for priests in Czechoslo- vakia, has been publishing translations of the documents of the Second Vatican Council. But all sections dealing with religious liberty have heen eliminated from tile document on tile Church ill tile Modern World, it was reported hy KNA, the Germany Catholic news agency. Senator Jim Brandon Speaks Up for the People He has had six years of vital legislative ex- perience. Senator Brandon has served you with courage, effectiveness and dedication. Voteto SENATOR JIM Re-elect July B RA N D O N 26 Position No. 2 District 18, Lonoke and Pulaski Counties Pol. Ad Paid By Dr. G. Thomas Jansen vote for Charles MaS"b h,e00ws No. i Man for the No. 1 Job Representative.Position 1 ELECT TOM TYLER Pol. Adv. Pd.' By E. B. Dillon, Jr. i i YOUR LI[UTENANT GOVERNOR A Responsible Man for a Responsible Office Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jennings Howard, Finance Chairman Amaril[o Ft. Worth Dallas El Paso San AnElelo Austin SAN ANTONIO Houston Corpus Christi NEW I)IOCESE of Beaumc, nt, Texas, to which Pope ] has nanled Msgr. VJncent ]V[. I:larris, chancellor of the of Galveslon-Houstm, as tits / Bishop, brings to l0 the of Sees in the l,ene Star state. The Archdiocese of lonio has the following suffragan dioceses: Amarillo Beaumont, Brownsville, Corpus Christi, I)allas&ort El Paso, (;alveston-llouston and San Angehl, (NG' C.R.S. Head Scores Food for Adminstration; Fears Collapse New York tiC) -- The head of the U.S. Catholie foreign relief agency has warned that "part- nership" I)etween the govern- ment and voluntary agencies in foreign food aid is nearing "toial collapse." Auxiliary Bishop Edward E. Swanstrom of New York, exe- cutive director of Catholic Re- lief Services -- National Cath- olic Welfare Conference, gave this warning in a sharply word- ed statement criticizing admin- istration of the U.S. Food for Peace program. He said voluntary agencies cooperating in the program are "over-audited, required to conform with unenforceahle and unrealistic regulalions, em- barrassed hy 'intermittent food availabilities and harassed for the l)ayment of claims 1'o1" 'mis- uses' or program irregularities heyond their control. "Unless some of the proce- dfires, policiq.,and rt, gulations under which voluntary agen- cies accept governmental sup. port are drastically revised, it will become more and nlore difficult for us to continue to participate adequately in the Food for Peace program," Bish- op Swanstrmn said. Under the 12.year-old Food for Peace program more than $18-billion worth of U.S. sur- plus food has been sold or giv- en away to other countries. U.S. voluntary agencies coop- erate in food donations under the program. Catholic Relief Services has the largest such progranl a m o n g voluntary agencies. Cm'rently pending in Con- gress" is legislation to extend and expand the program and change its uame to Food for Freedom. Bishop Swanstrom called particular attention to a report entflled "Food for Peace and tile Voluntary Agencies" pre- pared by a special task force of the U.S. Agency for Inter- national Development's Adviso- ry Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid. The rept)rt details a number of problems in the administration of ,Food for Peace as it relates to voluntary agencies and makes recommen- dations for their solution. The bishop charged that AID has "given little or no indica- tion of tile fact that this report even exists." Among the report's recoln- mendations are these: --Find a procedure to re- place the present requirement of "inter-agency tee clearance" of agency Food for grams. The report present system ing" and "ineffectual" it has created "st among voluntary --Give the or the Vice President to settle "unresolved cy Food for Peace report says a major present is that "no ol . . . can call the make them stick, bcc are too many heads either with veto enough in fhience ed authority to tions and delay --f{enlove the responsibilities" of tl See FOOD on Page 1 LEE For 28 years a Congressman has First District from the same influence as the other Districts sas. Move our forward with Lee FOR LEE WARD Political Ad paid for