Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 29
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PAW 36 Bishop Pike Heresy Trial Appears Likely WASHINGTON (UPI) -Heresy proceedings against Bishop James A. Pike, which many Episcopal church leaders have been anxious to avoid, now seem to be almost inevitable. But Bishop Pike—a formida ble adversary in anv, battle—is stated, although he does believe of bishops holds its regula that Jesus emptied ^ Himself of annual meeting at 1 Wheeling if the Louttit group remains to adamant at Wheeling, presiding " Bishop John selfish concern and became "an open channel for God" so that "in Him we sec all we need to snow about what God is like. E. Hines wii —He does not believe that perforce take the next step ^od "tinkers with thejprescribed by Canon 56. That ' still a very long way from:universe" by answering prayers the appointment of a smal being found guilty of "teaching'or other "acts of special graup cf bishop:, no fewer 'hai doctrine contrary to that held"jprovidence," but he does three and no more than seven by his church. [believe that "God's iove and to screen the charges. Unles. Tile controversial 53-year-old,power are everywhere present thev determine that the char churchman resigned his San!in the world, equally available ges are too trivial for Francisco sec last month tojto all of us all of the time," consideration — an impossibli become a scholar-teacher at| In addition to the self-stjledjfinding in this instance—the 1 the Study of^radicalism" of his theology, will select five priests and five laymen to serve as a board ol inquiry. The 10-member board o inquiry may spend as much as a year, or even longer, looking into the charges. Its proceed pcmocratic_ Institutions, Santa;Bishop Pike has offended many he conservatives by his liberal stand on race relations and Barbara, Calif. However, retains the status of Episcopal bishop. Formal Effort Launched A formal effort to depose him was launched this week by a other social issues. Under Canon 56 of the Episcopal Church Constitution, the cumbersome machine- ings are private. At the group of conservative bishops ry of a heresy trial must be set conclusion of the inquiry, the headed bv the Rt. Rev. Henry in motion whenever chares bod headed by the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit of Winter Park, Fla. They contend that Bishop Pike as many as three of his fellow has gone too far in his effort to make the Christian acceptable to modern Gospel tuals by stripping it of what he regards as "meaningless" or "non-essential" doctrines. In his most recent books, and In sermons and interviews, Bishop Pike has stated that: in motion whenever charges board can are lodged against a bishop by allegations either dismiss the or return whal amounts to an indictment. The bishops. Bishop Louttit's group next step would be a forma] contains 22 bishops-one sixth heresy trial before an ecclesias- Intellec- of those on active duty in the tical court. Should the court denomination. Bishop Louttit and his cosigners have been getting urgent mail and many long distance telephone calls from .other ? f feel Episcopal bishops, who a heresv would «._the Trinity, although he is ; lave a disastrous e f fect on the public image of a church that has long been famous for its "prepared to effirm of God all that the church has said about the three persons " _ _ „.„ v -He does not believe in the; lectua i inquiry . incarnation as traditionally| The ^ft ^^ has yi e lded|C n nr<: In (to these entreaties only to ther wu * .'" find the accused bishop guilty, the veridct would go before the full house of bishops, where it would require a two-thirds majority vote for ratification. Bishop Pike has communicated to fellow bishops his intention to fight the charges to the bitter end, come what may. (tolerance and openness to intel-|Visit To Doctor F » laii i u uuviui Vho will pay your rtnt or paymtnl in Ian of Injury «r lick- ntlt KENDALL B. ZINSZER pays mm* for Im ttion $3.00 p«r wttk. 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Morris St. 3159 E. lOHi St. INDIANAPOLIS Thli u nil on elftr to Htl OHucm bo modi by pmpcan onl» there were 844 million consultations between patients and physicians, according to government survey. This averaged out to 4.5 visits for each person in th« civilian population. You Need Scorecard To Find Specialist NEW YORK (UPI) -You need a storecard to help direct you to a doctor in this age of medical specialties. The Health Insurance Institute reports that there are 35 special and sub- special categories among physicians. Watch How Child Walks, Good Advice NEW YORK (UPI) -Watch he way your child walks. If his oes point out, he may need special attention. Ditto for the opposite, toes pointing in the aigepn-toed way. The American Podiatry Association says such conditions are reason enough to consult a foot specialist. ATTENDANCE JUMP Man^^U^rsity^grfc DALLAS (UPI > -*» Mb. who won varsity letters 50 years ( ' owbo y s ' average attendance ago^ wil^ be honored at special for home games increased from , <*remonies Oct. 21,417 per game when (he team am fi™, i^- men ' 8eve ™ was £onmsd in I960 to 55,559 in are from Indiana. 1955 County Qffical Goes On Big 'Purple' Kick LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI) - Pulaski County Judge Arch Campbell has a purple passion. That is. he is passionate about purple. Since his election almost 16 years ago, Campbell ha: jainted practically ev sight purple. Includ ery ded thing are walls of his spacious, old- ashioned office in the dingy, ancient Pulaski County Court- xxise. But that's only the wginniflg. Pulaski County has purple dump trucks, purple tractors, mrpte road graders and purple concrete signposte marking county roads. Noble Desire _ _ Campbell, a small, vibrant wa'y "1 Vas " spending' , man who belies his 78 years, said his color scheme was born of a desire to meld nobility and connote the nobility of pould Count county's name3ake.and would Casimir Pulaski, the placards. SUNDAY. OCTOiiR 9, 196C also be n unusual color for county machinery. When he broached the idea after taking office in January of 1951, more staid and sedate telephone sits upon iiis desk. A property "would' be pretty souls in demurred. squelched the protests. "I asked them," his administration But Campbell, said Campbell in purple language, "just who in hell had been elected county judge." Almost everything the county owned took on the hue of royalty. The judge's penchant for purple has also helped to keep bis political career rolling although he said he did not plan it that way. "When it started out, I didn't intend for it to be a political jimmick," Campbell explained in a voice as gravelly as some county roads used to be. "Honest Effort" "It was an honest effort to purple derby reposes on a shelf. A purple papier mache snake ft PRODUCT* tics on the floor in one cor*" 1 " "*"*** riwuuvio of the room (a reminder to the CHICAGO - An average fam- judge of one of his opponents), ily spends 15 per cent of Hi food JThte time next year, Pulaski'budget for dairy products. show people when they saw a construction job going on the equipment that was money." and the their purple. H« won re-election County couW be * county or a different color, since Campbell easily. In his office, rounds him. A purple purple sur- rug so. is retiring. But he doesn't think . covers the floor. 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