Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 61
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 61

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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-P 4 Z 3-P « Z 5 Long B«.ch BOOK REVIEWS Suspended, Fr. DuBay Writes About Authority and Freedom w h i c h traces philanthropy from American shores to England, across into Europe, down into Rome and along the Mediterranean .to Judea. There.he finds the source in Judeo-Christian principles of charity. "THIS FASCINATING OIL BUSINESS" by Douglas Ball and Daniel S. Turner (Bobbs- Merrill, $7.50) tells the story of oil, from its prehistoric origins to the continuing development of new products, and the oil industry, which in the United States alone people and accounts for billions of dollars in investments. The authors also describe production of oil, from the geological survey that decides where' to drill- to. the local service station where the finished product reaches the consumer. Techniques'of drilling, producing and refining oil are explained in detail. Remember John Godfrey's extraordinary chapel in Taylor Caldwcll's "The Listener?" Miss Caldwell has built her new novel, "NO ONE HEARS By VERA WILLIAMS IrxMpemtnr, rrett-Tefeerem Hook Editor ; "The difference between ..the Angry Young Men and the Angry Old Men is that the ' Old Men have more to lose 'and the'Young Men have less .--,. to work . with. This means · that the Young Men have to ·'chose their targets carefully, I -aim with precision and not · waste ammunition. Not that ".they have, any bloodshed in · .mind, but they must speak "..·forcibly and to the point." vr'.So declares William H. rDuBay, controversial young %p r i e s t recently suspended :from the priesthood, in 'THE '.HUMAN CHURCH" (Doubleday, $4.50). DuBay, now a '. "theologian and counselor" at Synanon House, rehabilitation center for narcotics addicts at Santa Monica, formerly was pastor in Compton and Anaheim and until recently was .chaplain of St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica. His suspension followed his advocacy of a collective- bargaining union for the nation's 58,000 Roman Catholic priests. . In "The Human Church" he 'urges the church to employ her . h u m a n resources to solve human problems, and to BUT HIM" (Doubleday, $4.95) join God in loving and help- around that chapel and the irig people in all their needs. He proposes, as an answer to the Gospel's demand to love thy neighbor, . a nonreligious church mobilized'to support the human development of the world. He discusses the positipn of the church in the .racial crisis, form's of ' worship and religious education, the administrative system of the church arid the questions of authority arid freedom. Father' DuBay feels, that writing should be a normal .part of·» parish, priest's life v(in spit* of his limited time) because "he is in a position uniquely able to contribute to the dialogue between the church and the world." * * * * JEAN-PIERRE H A L L E T probably is the world's larg- ' est pygmy since he is 6 feet; . 5 inches tall and weighs 250 pounds! Hallet became an honorary 'pygmy when he worked as a '.· sociologist and agronomist , in the Congo for the Belgian government. He tells about his 12 years in Africa in "CONGO KITABU" (Random House, $7.95), a fascinating book for adventurers and .armchair-travelers. Eager to learn about the ".traditions and customs of · each tribe, the author delved into black magic in order to become a member of a Congolese secret society, and · armed with only a native spear, killed a lion to qualify as a blood brother to a Masai · , warrior., Hallet worked with 17 tribes and spent a year teaching Bambuti pygmies to read, write and farm. people--some hopeless, some cynical, some grieving--who flock to it. swer, most the the human spirit: Someone to listen." LENTEN BOOKS ordinarily are intended to aid spiritual discipline, but the Epis copa! Book Club selection for spring'aims to strengthen in tellectual discipline. In "GOD IS NOT DEAD" by Austin Farrer, warden of Keble Col- employs more than 11 million lege, O x f o r d (Morehouse- 'The world has no she writes, "to terrible need of A NOvtL of a disiin- ;uished American family-art Southern white, part Negro -- " S I S T E R S AND BROTHERS" by Janet Stevenson (Crown, $4.95)' is ?d nn the lives of the Grimkes. The "sisters" of the .title are Sarah and Angelina Jrimke, two daughters of a wealthy slavehold family who early in life spoke in-public for the Negro slave and then for womens brothers" are Archibald Grimke, sons of Henry Grimke and a slave woman. Francis became the bishop of a Negro church in Washington, D.C.; Archibald was American consul to Santo Domingo 1894-1898. 'COMING SOON ... $20,000 IN PRIZES! 1 WE [LESLIE and MARTHA HALE) OWNERS OF. THE 44th STANDARD BEAUTY SUPPLY STORE, INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW STORE. Barlow, $3.50), the author explains: "Even among people well- disposed t o w a r d religion there is much uncertainty and much confusion of mine about the mere belief in Goc We can scarcely establish the ground of belief with out making the belief itsell more vivid, relevant- clear." ' He indicates how evolution, divine providence free will and religious experience fit into a mental structure, shaped by the scientific method--and he believes .they fit better than they did into the pre-scienlific view of the world. rights. Francis The and The brothers were in the small group of founders of the NAACP. "THE PILLS TO KEEP WOMEN YOUNG" by Ann Walsh (Crown, $4.95) is about Estrogen Replacement Therapy (ERT) which according to some doctors delays the aging process in women. Mrs Walsh writes that she looks and feels years younger since she began using ERT. "OPIUM OF THE PEOPLE' by Michael Bourdeaux, young Angelican priest (Crown, $5; details the history of religion in Tsarist and Soviet Russia and describes the'position o' the Orthodox, Baptist anc Evangelical churches as wel as other Christian denomina tions in Russia. -"URBAN RENEWAL AND AMERICAN CITIES" (Bobbs vlerrlll, $5.85) Is the result f an examination of urban enewal projects in tsvo dozen cities in the United States by Scott Greer, director of the i e n t e r f o r Metropolitan itudies and professor of po- itica! science and sociology at Northwestern University. . * « · » HOW DO UNITED TIONS. delegates deal major policy issues? lave some of the biggest in- :ernational quarrels made the U.N. agenda? How does the UN. handle the var .ous challengers, both internal and e x t e r n a l , who threatened to shatter ilass House? James J: Wadsworth, former U.S. representative to chrome kitchen utensils Copper-Niclcel-Chroms plated tools with Scandinavian influ- design. Embossed design on handles gives that elegant look. You may completely replace your Vitchen sst with new and sparkling-bright ware. Sat includes fork, ladle, turners, potato masher, basting spoon, and slotted spoon. VALUES TO 98c the U.N., tells the working of that august body in' "THE GLASS HOUSE." (Praeger, $4.95). "The pounding of a shoe reverberates with a hundred .imes more decibels than.the feeding and care of millions of children," he writes, pointing out that 80% of the news printed about the United Nations is devoted versy and crisis--while its economic and social projects which rarely make the headlines, comprise activities. ""· Connery Records HOLLYWOOD (UPI)--Sean Connery, the movies' James Bond, is recording "Peter ant the Wolf" with the Loi Philharmonic Orchestra. 10 A.M. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, LONG BEACH BELMONT SHOPPING CENTER 3270 E. ANAHEIM ST. 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