SATURDAY, MARCH 9. 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N ESPECIALLY IF ROCKY RUNS Many Liberal Clergymen May Shift To Republicans By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International Many liberal clergymen who backed Democratic presidential candidates in 1960 and 1964 may switch their support to the GOP this year. The shift is almost certain to occur if Gov. Nelson A, Rockefeller is the Republican candidate. It will be less likely --but still a possibility --if Richard M. Nixon wins the GOP nomination. Religious leaders are already discussing the arguments for a party switch. The one which carries most weight with many of them is that a Republican President would be better able to extricate the United States from the Vietnam morass than President Johnson, who is viewed as hemmed in by the need to justify past decisions and policies. The Rev. Dr. Robert McAfee Brown, professor of religion at Stanford University, is typical of large body of liberal clergymen for whom peace is the one overriding issue of the presidential campaign. I have come to feel that the top priority for 1968 is the removal of Lyndon Johnson Irom the presidency, and along with him (Vice President) Hubert Humphrey and (Secretary of State) Dean Rusk," Dr. Brown said recently. Although he ia a close personal friend and great admirer of Sen. Eugene McCarthy, D-Minn., Dr. Brown conceded that McCarthy's campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination has not gotten very far off the ground. Therefore, he said, opponents of the war must look to the Republican party for an alternative" to Johnson's Vietnam policy. Rockefeller would command Dr. Ankerberg A former Sunday School ASSB- ciation director in Chicago and Youth for Christ rally speaker, Dr. Floyd Ankerberg will be the leader for a Spiritual Life Crusade at Palo Verde Baptist Church at 7 - p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. The church is at N. Palo Verde Blvd. and E. Seneca St. Rev. Green Speaking On Missions Speaking at Eastview Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday will fcs the Rev. George Green, soon to be leaving the United States for France to become a Conservative. Baptist missionary. He has been pastor for more than two years at Faith Baptist Church in Granger, Utah, near Salt Lake City. The meeting is open to the public. TlM Evangelical Free Church 5150 East Fifth Street Phrme J774J5J 1(:'M A.M. "Cultivate Your Soul" 7:00 P.M. "Preaching , From PrUon" . (Communion Service) Wayne Lehtten, Pastor Prayer Senric* Wed. I'M PM. today School 1:45 A.M. the support uncommitted of millions of v o t e r s , even though little is known about his stand on Vietnam," he said. He said he would be dismayed if the Republicans nominated either Nixon or Gov. Ronald Reagan of California because he believes they would escalate the war out of sight." But he added that any candidate save Mr. Johnson" would have the advantage of maneuverability," would not have because he "I don't know," said Dr. to "take Brown. "I'd be torn indeed by responsibility for Mr. Johnson's that choice." horrendous mistakes" and could "start afresh in efforts to negotiate." Suppose the Democrats re- nominate Johnson and the Republicans nominate Nixon -the outcome which many political observers now regard as most probable. What would liberal clergymen do then? Literacy Program Said Notable Success NEW YORK (UPI)-The National Council of Churches disclosed today, that the first three years of its 'five-year program to increase literacy and the publication of Christian literature around the world have met "with notable success." The council said the campaign, under the aegis of its Committee on World Literacy and Christian Literature (Lit- Lit), is being financed by a $1.5 million advance fund released by 11 Protestant denominations in the United States and Canada. Lit-Lit has a regular $800,000 annual budget which sets up Both Sides Get Catholic Relief VATICAN CITY (AP) - The main Roman Catholic relief organization plans to send $290,000 worth of food, clothes and toys to both North and South Vietnam. Caritas Internationalists said the relief was being sent in response to Pope Paul's appeal for aid to war victims of both sides. The first shipment was to be carried to Hanoi from Rotterdam, Netherlands today aboard Â·the Â·Â·Â· Polish freighter Kochanowski. It includes $100,000 worth of medical equipment requested by Hanoi's Red Cross. The shipment for South Viet- -nam will leave the German port of Bremen Monday aboard a German ship. Caritas said it included $170,000 in blankets, toys, disinfectants and children's clothes. and sustains numerous publishing projects in many countries. A spokesman said the impact of the campaign is being felt in Asia, Africa and Central and South America. Among the large projects are a $154,000 publishing house in Jakarta, Indonesia, a book distribution center in Japan, and : a motorcycle brigade in Egypt to deliver books, periodicals and literacy materials to scattered Nile villages. Rev. Warren Banks Son of the pastor of Noel E v a n g e l i c a l Methodist Church, the Rev. Warren Banks of St. Charles, Mo., will conduct services at the church at 7:30 p.m. daily f r o m tomorrow through March 17. The church is at 16fi E. Roger Road. Pastor is the Rev. John Banks. Marion Downs To Sing At St. Mark's Church Mrs. Marion Downs will present a concert of spirituals at a - congregational supper in St. Mark's Methodist Church, 1431 W. Magee Road, at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Soloist in the- last General Conference of the Methodist Tucson Reformed Church ' 5005 E. Winastt St. 16th St. Reverend HoycfMeriping Sunday School . . 9:40 a.m. Wonhip -Jl:00a.m. Youlh Group / ' ''6:00p.m Ewning Wonhip .... .7;00p.m. Â· 376-64021 Church, Mrs. Downs has appeared in a number of local churches this winter. Mrs. Downs is .a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music in New York City and has studied at the Verdi Conservatory in Milan, Italy. THE BAHA'I FAITH (a world order for modern man) Welcomes You- Sunday 10:30 a.m. Baria'i Center 412 N; 4th Ave. 325-1705 First Free Will Baptist 2565 EAST 18th STREET Ckurfbt*: (ONE BLOCK KAST OF TUCSON 1H A'lK) Sunday School .;.. 9:45 a.m. Morning Service 11:00 a.m. Training Service 6:30 p.m. Evening Service...,. ,...7.-30 p.m. Wed. Mid-Week Service 7:30 p.m. "There IS a difference" _ C . Fry Pastor Phone 337-4402 CHURCH OF CHRIST SUNDAY SERVICES: Â»:45 A.M. -- I felt Sthool 10:43 A J* -- Werthip 145 North Country Club 6:00 P.M. -WEDNESDAY -- 7:10 MINISTER JOHN H. IEEIE Â«s. 325.349* STUDY 314-3634 Tucson's Episcopal Churches St. Philips In The HilU N. Campbell at River Road Sun. 8,00, 9.-30 and 11 AM St. Michael fit All Angels Wilmot Rd. at 5th St. Resurrection 7110 S. 12th Ave. Sun. H.C. 7:30 4 9:30 AM St. Paul's 1501 E. SPEEDWAY . Sun.7:30,9:30,111!5 6PM Son. 8:00,9:30,11:00 i 6:00PM St. Andrews Downtown St. Matthew's ' _ OM .. nM m 9071 Old Spanish Trail Sun. 8-.00 10,00 AM Sun. 8:00 and 10:00 AM Grace Church Chapel of Christ the King! N. Norton E. Adami St. Sun. 8.00, 9i15, IliOO AM 4 7:30 PM Efe 2800 W.lna Road Sun. 8:00 and 10:00 AM Christianity and Crisis, an interdenominational Protestant journal of small circulation but great influence, says in its current issue that America will be "in very deep trouble" if the coming election fails to offer clergymen, professors, students and other dissenting intellectuals a chance t o vote their conviction that "some way out of the Vietnam disaster must be found that does not involve further escalation." . "It is part of the nation's political frustration that we are forced to argue in terms of whether it is more important to defeat Mr. Johnson and remove Dean Rusk, or to suffer both of them to prevent the election of Richard Nixon or Ronald Reagan," it said. Episcopal Bishop To Go On Trial DENVER, Colo. (AP) -- Colorado's Episcopal bishop, the Rt. Rev. Joseph S. Minnis, will go to trial before a church tribunal sometime between April 20 and Aug. 20. The head of 45,000 Episcopa lians in this state is charged with breach of his ordination vows, but no details have been disclosed by church authorities. .Bishop Minnis, who turned 64 last January, has said the charges against him are ' pack of lies." Episcopal authorities in Ne.w York disclosed last week that a presentment has been served on Bishop Minnis in accordance with canons of the church. Un der canon law a presentment by a board of inquiry is" similar to ah indictment by a grand jury in civil law. The time and place of the trial must be set by the Rt Rev. Oliver J.. Hart,' retired bishop of Pennsylvania, who L president of the church's court for the trial of a bishop. "There is no comment to make on it," Bishop Minnis said concerning the presentment. "You know all about that." Then he added, "Undoubtedly the trial will be held in Colorado, but I have nothing to say about that." . . ; In New York, a spokesman for the church said the trial will be closed. Since it must be held in the bishop's diocese, it almost certainly will be in Denver, although that has not been decided .officially, the spokesman said. The bishop would be entitled to retire on full pension in January 1969 when he become! 65. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 French rtory. 6 Snakes. 10 Historic penfe- suli of Luzon. 11 Thieve: Colloq. 13 Phrate uxd ia eniunertting: 4 words. 16 Diminutiv* suBUes. 17 Like pome plants, 18 Station: Abbr, 19 Oriental niler. 20 Tendencfes. 21 Demotwtrative. 22 Front 23 Coarse. 24 Famous sculpture in Borne. 25 English: Abbr. 26 Eiteem. 27 Homeowner 1 ! equipment. 2ft Sight from the. Kremlin: 2 words. 30 "Little Rhod7" and others. 33 Loosen. 34 Physicians' erg. 37 Dwignatlng some road*. 38 Lawyer'* concern. 39 Colloid. 40 Pub drinks. 41 Proceed. 42 Rover's friend. 43 Pronoun. 44 Extra amount. 45 Kind of urike. 46 To begin with; 4 words. 49 German. 50 Rears. 51 Esteemed. 52 Name in UM millinery world. DOWN 1 Director's task, 2 Fish-eating mammal. 3 Seizes. 4 Greek letter. 5 Implores. 6 Rams. 7 Paris airport. 8 Century. 9 Cut, as price*. 10 Juvenile fatorite. 11 Footwear. 12 Country place. 13 Depart. 14 Fallacy ia lope: Lit. 15 Siberian. 20 Nail*. 21 Current. 23 Confession of faith. 24 Oral. 27 Burdened. 28 W*p abbreriatioa*. 29 Free from domination. 30 Algerian cavalryman. 31 Superior ability. 32 Warded off. 34 Roll. 35 Docs. 36 Unique. 38 Personage of 28 Across. 41 Like very much: Colloq.: 2 word*. 42 See 11 Acron. 44 Second in Â«. series. 45 Specific: Abbr. 47 -- and cry. 48 U la. Lighthouse YMCA Reveals New Schedule Of Classes PAGE 7 Ten new classes for adults, a horseback riding class for teenagers and two judo classes for boys and girls will begin during the coming two weeks under the sponsorship of the Lighthouse YMCA. Gotf instruction will begin Tuesday, at Randolph Park driving range. Manny P. Quiros will instruct from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fees for the five-week course are $13 for Lighthouse members and $15 for nonmembers. Evening judo classes under the instruction of Glen Sumner, blackbelt, also will begin Tuesday. The women's class will meet from 7 to 8 p.m., and the men's from 8 to 9 p.m. Fees for the eight-weeks course are $8 for nonmembers. There is no charge for members. Also beginning Tuesday, Jack Magee will instruct a weekly oil painting'class from 7 to 9 p.m. Fee for members is $18; nonmembers, $22. Men's physical fitness and jogging class will be offered from 5:20 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning Tuesday. Gene Decker will instruct. There is no charge for members and $10 for nonmembers for the eight-week course. Carl LeMar John will supervise the teen-age weekly horseback riding class at Timberline Stables, beginning Thursday. It will meet from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Fees are $16 for members, $18 for nonmembers. Beginning bridge will be taught Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., beginning next Thursday and will continue Hershey's Letter Ruled Advisory, Not Directive WASHINGTON (UPI) - A federal judge has ruled Draft Director Lewis B. Hershey's controversial letter on drafting student demonstrators was an advisory opinion, not a directive to local draft boards. U.S. District Judge George Hart Thursday dismissed suits seeking to have the policy overturned, saying in his ruling that he could not reverse a policy Ruthenian Rite Bishop Installed PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Most Rev. Stefan Kocisko of Passaic, N.J., is the new Catholic Ruthenian Â· Rite Bishop of Pittsburgh. Bishop Kocisko, installed this week, becomes ruling prelate of a diocese that stretches from here to Alaska and includes 120 parishes and 220,000 parish- oners. He succeeds the Most Rev. Nicholas T. Elko, who resigned after a Vatican investigation of .complaints by 35 of his 148 priests, reportedly over his attempts to liberalize the tradi- itions of the Eastern.rite church. The Most tRev. Luigi Raimondi, apostolic delegate, officiated at the ceremony that included John .Cardinal Krol, archbishop of the Philadelphia Roman Catholic Diocese, as a guest. The Ruthenian Rite is a branch of the Roman Catholic church that recognizes the Pope but retains its own Byzantine liturgy. THE CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY 301 W. Columbia 792-9037 S.5. 9.45 morning vorjfiip 11,00 Sun. Eve. 7i30 Yairth meeting Thuriday 7:30'P.M. SEV.N.C. NELSON, PASTOR THE WHOLE MESSAGE FOR THt WHOLE WORLD Fundamental Bible Teaching METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH 745 EAST THIRD STREET 10AM Sun. School - 6:00 PM Youth Croup* 11AM - Morn. Worship -7 PM . !*Â«.SÂ«r*ic* [ Pastor Bill Bowler A.B., B.D. WED.-MAR. 13th.-7:30P.M. REV. WALTER LANG Editor Bible Science "News Letter" Film Illustrated lecture "CREATION vs. EVOLUTION" , SECOHD STRESBAHiST CHURCH 'Â· , ( .,. ^stfldsisHooi ?:Â« A.M?; ?^fplÂ«r.,:-y ,,,, .Â«Â£Â· 'Â·*%*-j%m* m^m^'K^- iri}-:-v, ^ "oe ScdtVMusjc Direclorji^fatce'flioirj. '; -'/!'-.-f i ^ ; '|}-- ;v , A" Services ore : inJ^fretf(}'f^r|fM.:fepf.. 5 fylly.'gfei^uflftifyhgol X"-'-'.v''^.r'~?'-ft;.Â«iir-i YOU ARE INVITED TO HEAR PAUL LUSBY 7:30 nightly 1 3th of March-- 20th of March CHURCH OF CHRIST 2145S.SahuaroAvt. Tucson, Arizona Library Friends Will MeetOnMonday Night Tucson's library system will receive support, encouragement and assistance from a group of citizens currently setting up an organization known as "Friends of Tucson Library.'' Dr. George F. Sparks, of the University of Arizona, serves as temporary chairman of the group which will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Wilmot Branch Library. Patterned after "Friends of Library" groups in other cities, the Tucson organization will be a volunteer group of men and women interested in the growth and development of the public library and the vital role it can play in the community. "A good library needs more than any community can provide just from taxpayers' support. This is where 'Friends' come in -- providing those extra needs through membership dues, special fund raising MOUNTAIN VIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST (Chriilian Church) 4969 N. Flowing Wellv lid. Worship, 9:30 o.m. and 7:30 pjn. Bible School, 10:30 o.m. Youlh, 6:30 p.m. Ph: 298-0630 George Clark, Minister events, encouragement of gifts, endowments and memorials for the library," Sparks explained. "In addition, 'Friends' plan to sponsor events of interest to the community and special programs to focus attention on the library and stimulate use of library facilities." YESTERDAY'S ANSWER 602 W. Wetmare Rd. NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST Sun Bible Study Â»:Â·Â« a.m. Morn Worship I0:5 s.m. Eve Worship 7:00 p.m. Wed Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Preacher Robert Ewell Coronado Baptist Church 2609 N. Pork Ave. Ph. 624-0393, 624-4264 9;X5 A.M. Sunday School 11 KK A .M. Morning Wonhip 6:00 P.M. Youth Groups 7tOO PJA. Evtntng 5Â«rvice 7rOOP.M.Wednevdoy AWANA CLUBS Monday, 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. Harold A. Allem - Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES Pastor's Messages 11:00 A.M.--"The Word of Triumph" 7:00 P.M.--"A Revival In a Jail" Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 5:00 P.M. Dr. Charles L. Wood Th. D. Pastor You are cordially Invited Co attend Â«H services of oar Church. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST 445 E. Speedway FhonÂ« 623-5858 REVIVAL NIGHTLY 7:30 (EXCEPT SAT.) tVAHGELIST WESLEY MORTON Â· OUTSTANDING CONVENTION SPEAKER Â· OLD FASHION PREACHER OF THE "FULL GOSPEL." --REV. MORTON WILL PREACH AT THE 10M5 A.M. AND 7:00 P.M. SERVICES SUNDAY -- "JESUS IS COMING SOON -- SEEK GOD WHERE HE MAY BE FOUND" 9:45 A.M SUNDAY SCHOOL STUDY GOD'S WORD WITH US 6:00 P.M. YOUTH SERVICE, JIM WOOLSEY, PRES RADIO KIKX - 580 ON DIAL, SUN. 1:30 A.M. EVANGELIST WE$UYXOÂ«TON FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD W8L IWÂ»mY- Ml. Ml MS. Lt OLMOK, PMTOIS hat did not have the force aw. Hart indicated he would not look favorably on any official regulation ordering local draft boards to induct students they deemed guilty of "illegally" demonstrating against the draft. Hershey's letter told local wards students who participate "illegal" draft demonstrations should be stripped of their deferments and put at the top of he induction list. He did not de- :ine what he meant by "ille- ;al." The suits were brought by the Vational Student Association NSA), Students for A Democratic Society (SDS), Campus Americans for Democratic Ac .ion (CADA) and 15 studen. body presidents. They said they would appeal Hart's decision. The students charged t ha Hershey's Oct. 26, 1967, letter to the Nation's 4,084 local board was an unconstitutional attemp to stifle dissent by students op posed to the Administration' Vietnam policy. or five weeks under thÂ« fa. truction of Mrs. Leland Fredrick. The class fees are $10 nd $15. Also for bridge enthusiasts, le Lighthouse will be open rom 1:30 to 4 p.m. each Wednesday for the Two-Bit Ree- eational Bridge session. Mrs. Christine Ledbetter will nstruct an advanced weekly class in conversational Spanish tarting at 2 p.m. Thursday, md a beginning class at 9:30 i.m., beginning March 19. The :lass will meet (or two hours weekly for eight weeks. Fees are $15 and $17.50. An advanced judo class f o r boys and girls will meet at 10 m . Saturdays, beginning March 16, and running for eight weeks. Beginning judo will itart the same day and meet rom 11 a.m. to noon. There is no fee for members, $8 for nonmembers. A new slim and trim class for beginners will start March 18, at 10:30 a.m., and will meet for eight weeks under the direction of Mrs. Willora Scholz. It will meet Mondays and Fridays, preceded by a new advanced slim and trim class at 9:30 a.m. Fees for each are $2.50 for members, $10 for nonmemberSi Tennis instruction will be given from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays a n d Thursdays, beginning March 19, and will meet for tea weeks. Fees are $8 and $10. The Evangelical COVENANT CHURCH JundÂ»y School 'MS i.m. . EvÂ»nlnÂ» sÂ«rvlÂ«' 7 p.m. E, 5 eh N. Camino Seco (NtxtlaSahtxiroHigh) KennÂ«th Semen, Pastor MMwttk 3*rvke W.d. 7:30 p m rÂ»honÂ« 291-3747 CHURCH of CHRIST 1676 N. Country Club Sunday Services: . 10:30 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Ph. 327-3530 PASTOR JACK D. BROCK "Where All Fallhs Warship" CENTRAL ASSEMBLY SUNOAr SCHOOL.......... _____ 9:45 AJH. MORNING WORSHIP ______ _ 1CMO A.M. SUNDAr EVENING.' ................... 7tOOfM. THURSDAY-"MID-WEEK FAMILY NIGHT" -730PJA. GRANTWAY ASSEMBLY 410S E. NORTH ST. S. OFF E, GRANT AT WALNUT Sundiv Â»:30 P.M. rauth Strvlc* WednÂ«sdÂ»r 7:30 P.M. Pnytr M*eflnÂ« Our Invitation Is Extended To Yogi Sunday School 9:44 A.M. Worship 10:Â« A.M. and 7:30 P.M. CUFFMENMtf PASTOR NEW HAVEN ASSEMBLY 450W.IRVWGTONRD. ICTIML MARCH 17 WITH IEV. GENE HUM FROM SAN ANTON), TEXAS. * MS MJMY RENDS N TK TUCSON AHA. YOU ARE All KVITED AND WELCOME TO ATTENO^KNTir AT 7 JO COME LXKCTNK TO MEET GOO ALLEN EVANGELIST TUCSON'S CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES (UNITED CHURCH OF C H R I S T ) RINCON CONGREGATIONAL FIRST CONGREGATIONAL N.Second Ave. atThird St. Rev. C. Richards DuFrcsne Rev. Russell L. Dennett Worship Service 9:30 only Church School 9:30 onlv Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M. 1 22 IS'orlh Craycrofl Road Rev. Keenan Sheldon Worship Service and Church School 9:30 and I 1:00 A.M. Coffee Fellowship 10:30 A.M. Youth Fellowship 6:00 P.M. ~ , . . T Y CONGREGATIONAL ,,, ",-v ;, N - Orac ' e Roa1 -- R cv. George C. Vance. M inisler Worship Services 9:30 and I 1:00 A.M. Church School 9:30 A.M. Coffee Fellowship 10:30 A.M. Youlh Fellowship6:30A.M. \VELCOMEJO Tucson Baptist Temple Louis W. Johnson -- Pastor Sunday SchooL~~~. lOiOO a.m. Evtning SÂ«rvkeÂ« Morning SÂ«rvkÂ»~~...Â«. 11:00 a .m. 7*30 (MB, 1525 So. Columbus Blvd.
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