Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 27
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 27

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jllB--Aug. 27. 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Man -Charlitton. W«t Vlrtlnl* [In Africa By Kenneth L. Whiting SALISBURY, Rhodesia-w _ I The white missionary came to [Africa to bring Christinity and I medical care to the poor be- Inighted heathen He unwittingly [left a spiritual inheritance that [he may not have foreseen. j Today, there is a new man of [the cloth, white or black, a J militant whose goals are mis- jsionary in terms of freedom human rights and independent ' of God Emerging -Militant Clergy i . *-'*'' my life was saved by a white missionary nurse. ! have grown up among white teachers and clergy. My congregation and my church, which has 50,000 members in Rhodesia, includes whites. I have many while friends and I know many whites who support the ANC. Africans do not hale whites: they hate the laws which have caused animosity between the races." Bishop non grata last year. The bishop denies that he wants all white settle-s ousted from the country. Those who "Feel that they cannot live under a black government or work with Africans, they should be financially compensated and repatriated if that is what they want." Nor does he demand forced integration. ] bureaucracy and criticize gov-! [ernments They defy those in! [power, and the powerful doi like it. ,,, . i 'Of course you should not Muzorewa, 47. is a (compel people to mix. If they i who fidgets and a p - j don't want to, they don't have pears uncomfortable in the pres-jto. But similarly, you should not cnce of strangers. He raises!force them apart as happens pigs and chickens, a most tin- now... 'Sauna Shorts' Only Trim Wallets By Carole Shrifrln The Washington Post WASHINGTON--Government tests indicate that "Sauna Shorts" advertised to lake inches off the body apparently only manage to slim the checkbook. This is the conclusion drawn from a clinical study conducted by the Food and Drug Administration to determine just how effective the inflatable shorts are. * · * SAUNA SHORTS, other shorts. and similar products such as belts are widely advertised and; sold at prices ranging from $4J to $13, along with promises that BISHOP ARFI \IU7nRFWA * PerSO " "" Uke inC '' eS ° ff h ' Si BISHOP ABEL MUZOREWA or ner hipSi thighs and wa[st . ; Hits Preacher Politicians' 1: - - - - - - - · · . . . land, and that I could appeal to courts or the government. In fact, some people using the Sauna Shorts put inches on. The instruction sheet and four pages of illustrated exercises which come with the Sauna Shorts explain how the Sauna Shorts Inche.-,-Off Program is supposed to work. Purchasers are supposed to do the exercises each day "before" p u t t i n g o n t h e shorts. "The exercises will create body heat which must not be allowed to escape," the user is told. "That's where your Sauna Shorts eonie in! They will keep the heat close to you, creating a sauna-like warmth which is vital to your inches-off program." If they are worn for 15 minute!!. "You'll feel the gentle massaging action" of the shorts, the instructions declare. The FDA study of Sauna Shorts calling mto question their effectiveness, was conducted last year at Lorton, the District of Columbia correctional insli- tion in Virginia, by Dr. Vincent F. Cordaro with the help of 37 mostly overweight prisoners and some female employees. They were divided in!o two groups: one group did the exercises and used th? sauna Shorts as instructed by the manufacturer; the other group did only the exercises. They were all measured the same way on the same days. : After 10 days, "with respect to reducing waist, hips, and total thighs. Sauna Shorts and exercise together did not differ significantly from e x e r c i s e alone...," the report said. junction with an exercise program. However, the FDA study differ- to Mini Special RCMP Birthday Coins OTTAWA -- (ffi -'The Royal Canadian Mint will strike a tween England and Rhodesia. Bishop Abel T. Muzorewa of The United Methodist Church, who rallied black opposition to block the deal, responded by calling the officials "preacher politicians." "I suppose if .Jesus were to cnme to Rhodesia and spell out what it means to love God and neighbors, he would he called a 'political priest' by our 'preacher politicians'." The black bishop is increasingly under pressure from white authorities. Elsewhere black clergymen oppose black politicians and in South Africa white clerics criticize the white government. Religion is often overlooked as a factor in postcolonial Africa.' But Churches influence literate! adherents and command enor-j mous respect. In one-party states the chuch is sometimes the only nationally organized] body which can effectively chal-| lenge government. I Joseph Cardinal Malulu did not object at first when President Mobutu of Congo (Kinshasa) changed his name to Mobutu Sese Seko and the country's name to Zaire. But the! cardinal took exception whenj the president demanded that all his fellow countrymen drop their Christian names in a "re-! turn to authenticity.' | The Roman Catholic leader| soon found himself without a n i archepiscopal residence and hisj church facing official interfer-| ence on grounds that it was a "subversive" organization. THIS CHURCH--STATE skirmish was not unique. The Anglican dean of Johannesburg was convicted of violating the Terrorism Act last year. He appealed and was acquitted in March and fled the country that same day. Many of the estimated 1RO people deported from South Africa in the last 18 months were churchmen, outspoken in their criticism of apartheid. j The Catholic While Fathers) pulled out of Mozambique after! deciding that Portugal was us-! ing the church, with them a s j accomplices, to consolidate its; control of the territory. j Rhodesia's Bishop Muzorewa seeks political change. Besides j California Brush Fire Near Control LOS ANGELES--P--A brush' fire that burned 16,700 acres of Los Padres National Forest was! expected to he contained this! morning, six days after it was; started by illegal fireworks. \ Forest service officials saidj Saturday that fire lines around j the 26-mile perimeter of the' blaze 150 miles northwest of, here were nearly complete. j The fl-ancs were kept several miles from the nesting area of; the California condor, a nearlyi extinct species. Although the' fire near Ojai burned 350 acres on the western edge of the 53.000-acre Sespe Creek sanctuary, it apparently had no ef-| feet on the condors' nesting! area flt the eastern edge. Simultaneous fires in the San) Bernardino and Sequoia national forests were reported well under; control and fire fighters were' being sent home Saturday. j Damage to watershed in the 1 Kern Canyon area of Sequoia j National Forest was estimated! at $3.500. American Parly ; Election 'Holy Oiisacle' PITTSFI:RnTI--,Ti--Vice prcs-I idcnlial nominee Thornns .1. Anderson Friday said his A m o r i - ' c,in party is waging a "Holy crusade"' in tho election cam-, paign. "Our enemies," he s.'iid during a campaign speech here, "are socialism, bankruptcy, dictatorship and surrender." Anderson, fil-year-old publisher of a farm journal in Tennessee, branded Richard Nixon ? "phony and conservative" who has co-opted tho policies of his opponents. Nixon is a complete ppporlun- isl." he said. ·'Tlv k i n d of guy who gels up in !tv morning and slicks a wot fineor to t h e wind....a phoney and conservative-." "Nixon ran on Wallace's plal- form in 106" and bo's iprra' ; c.d on Hubert Humphrey's." Anderson charged. "How do ".r kno\\ t h a i if we riod N'ixon hf '.von', opcralc for the nr\! four years nn McGovcrn's p l a t f o r m ? " because I knew which demands black majority exericses in Sauna Shorts;dollar in and a group doing the exercise anniversary of the R o y a l without 'Canadian Mounted Police. NELSON TRANSFER CO. HEAVY HAULING P.O. Box 708 Charleston, W.Va. 25323 Phone 342-3101 State Wide Service MOORE'S Hurry In For Best Selection On Our August Lawn Mower UST CLEARANCE SALE! 8 H.P. 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