Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1969 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1969
Page 10
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10 · North*.* ArVamo* TIMIS, W«*\, April U, IN* FAVtTTIVILLE. Pope Paul To Attend 110 Celebration VATICAN CITY (AP) -- Pope aul VI announced today tlia ic will go to Geneva in June to llend the 50lh anniversary clcbration of the Internationa the SOth winlverstry of the foundation of the International L«- bor Organization, celebration vhich is scheduled for the first lalf of next June. "To this invitation, so unexpected and so honorary and so much responding to our feeling of esteem for this worthy and representative international organization that is so congenial with our mission of justice, fraternity and peace, we have decided to reply affirmatively with humble thanks." It will be the first trip by an Pope to Geneva, the city of the IMh century French Protestant reformer John Calvin. About six weeks later, on July 31. Pope Paul will fly to Africa for a brief visit to Uganda. The World Council of Churches, which is made up of £34 I'rotestant. Anglican and Orthodox churches, said the Pope's desire to visit its headquarters was conveyed by Cardinal-designate Jan Willcbrands. the Dutch head of the Vatican Secretariat for Church Unity. The visit "illustrates and cmphasiz Only Year Changes DENVER (AP) - Emmett Padilla stood in line at the motor vehicle bureau to buy his I9C9 automobile l i c e n s e plates. When he opened t h e package he found he had received the Identical license combination he had in 1968 -- BA2399. Protests Toxei SEATTLE (AP) - Railov of Seattle says he had Jus t Jbout enough money left in J hif bank account after completing his income tax return to pay for his own protest system cs the developing cooperation between the Roman Catholic church and the council," the council said. a i l e h v e a sky-wnthiR service Tuesday to fly his message over the state canuol building in O'ViyP" 1 - l l t , axcs " "Slop spcndmg-cul taxes Ms message rend- Organization. The world's, biggest associa tion ot Protestant churches, th World Council of Churches, saic he Pope had sent it word he vants to visit its headquarters n Geneva during his visit, but the Roman Catholic pontiff made no mention of this in his announcement. Pope paul told his weekly general audience: "An official invitation has been sent to us to go to Geneva to take part in the celebration oi Arizona Bombed-Again A mork-iip if the battleship CSS Arizona is blown up on I ho movie *cl in Pearl Har- hor for Hie motion picture ··Torn! Torn! Tora! hems filmed in Hawaii. The 20lh Century Fox picture depicts t h e Japanese attack on 1'carl on Dec. 7, 1941. Seen flying over the set are two World War 11 aircraft converted to look like Japanese Zeros. (AP Wirephoto) Visit Has Carnival Air Hunger Committee Tours Washington Slums \\AS111NGTOX ( A l - The Srp'itc hunger cnminittec s first tniir of a city slum had these re- ^ suitv I \ i-all for major new spending. H complaint the t r i p had a · Y a r n i v a l air.' discovery of one r i - i l d «h(i a c t u a l l y had inalnu- t n l i o n and three \vhn had llcas. The field trip through Wash- Ir.nnn's riot scarred slums Tuesday did produce rnnuEh ex ainplcs of ahject poverty, however, to prompt Sen. Jacob Javits to call conditions "appall- Thc unusual field tour was followed today by testimony on food stamps. '" "A time bomb is ticking." said the New York Republican who was reared in a slum. It was .Tavits who called for "major spending . . . to bring food to the hungry and educate .hem to the basics of nutrition." The trip through shabby apartments and littered streets where damaged buildings are still boarded and walls scorched from the fires of last year's riots was part of the committee's week-long look at hunger capital. FIVE SENATORS During the trip that included five senators, top city officials staff aides, reporters and cam-II eramen, a number of people |l waiting to apply for food stamps | said they were hungry. But the only actual case of malnutrition found in the three- hour trip was the 2-year-old child of Mrs. Dolores Robinson, who lives with 11 children in a shabby apartment in an area of Washington scheduled to be redeveloped in the next few years. Dr. Charles Lowe, a Public Health Service physician who accompanied the group, said the child was obviously malnour ished. But Mrs. Robinson said she had no way to get the child to a free health clinic. She has two children below school age. and another was sent home from school Monday suffering from fleas. The two small ones had fleas, too. NO DOUBTS "T h e r e is no doubt in my mind that thousands and thousands of people in the nation's capital are hungry today," said Sen. Walter Mondalc. D-Minn. 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