Page 6, 22nd April 1943

22nd April 1943
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Life In Malta Then ( '1 1 Life In Malta Now,

‘ 11 1 .Ni f By MA1RE COTTER Landing in Malta, surprise meets you at the waters edge. Whei nearing the island the new visitor marvels at the perpendicular wal1. of rock rising......

Nazis Stretch Out Their Hands To Grasp Dutch Children

Particulars about one of the most insidious weapons in the armoury of those who arc trying to turn Holland Nazi have reached London. Working through a specially created branch......

Nazis Dislike Communal Feeding

By a Diplomatic Correspondent The recent " total " mobilisation of labour, especially of women, in Germany has made communal feeding one of the burning questions. The......

The Ukrainians Demand To Be Heard And Appeal To The...

Among the peoples who are ever more urgently pressing their claims, now that an Atlantic Charter victory is in sight, are the Ukrainians, whose case is rarely discussed. It is a......

Catering Bill Won't Stop Tipping

By a Staff' Reporter The people in the catering trade who come most in contact with the public are the waiters and waitresses. These represent only a section of workers who will......

Wanted Catholic Maternity Hospitals, Homes And Clinics

By GRACE CONWAY One of the first post-war construction schemes to which Catholics should apply themselves is the establishment of Catholic maternity hospitals, nursing homes and......

Nursing Nuns Are Liable For National Service

By a Staff Reporter The order that all nurses must register at thc Labour Exchanges affects religious as well as the secular members of the profession. On enquiry at one of the......

" A Sin Against One's Conscience"

BELGIAN BISHOPS SPARE NO WORDS The Bishops in occupied Belgium have made the following collective protest against the removal by the Germans of their church bells and the......

Irish News Letter

CRIME WA VE From Our Own Correspondent DUBLIN. To inquire into the position of the national language in the T:ational University a private conference of university authorities......

U.s. Navy Chaplain Tells His Story Of North African •...

The Rev. Francis J. Ballinger, of the Archdiocese of Newark, serving as a chaplain in the Navy with the rank of lieutenant, in a story written for the Catholic Review, official......

World Love A Christian Duty Says The Pope

The duty of the Christian not only to love his own country but to embrace the whole human family, regardless of race, in the divine love of Christ, was emphasised by the Pope in......

A Doctor's Word To Women

Beauty Depends on Health Few women realise how vitally their looks depend on their health. They cannot possibly have fresh, clear complexions if poisonous wastes o are clogging......