People: People, Aug. 9, 1943

Archbishops

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. William Temple, likes to drive home his points in workaday metaphors. Last week he conjured up an ironmongery (British for hardware store) in which a night-prowling prankster switched round the price tags. Then, said His Grace, "When we enter in the morning, we find lawn mowers are two for 5¢, nails $25 each, and a gallon of paint a penny. All the values are wrong. That is what has happened to our civilization, and we shall not come to order and peace until our price tags tally with...