Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 7, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

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Thursday, May 7, 1964
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8 - Thurs., May 7, 1964 Redlands Dally Facts Catholic bishop in unity plea at Methodist meet PITTSBURGir (UPl) — Wthfapproved a plan for the annex a plea for Christian unity from a Roman Catholic bishop ring ing in their cars, delegates to the general conference of The Jlcthodisl Church moved today to end their business sessions by studying church-state relationships and another civil rights issue. A spokesman for the conference said the delegates hoped to take up the two issues by alien of the all-Negro central jurisdiction into the five white, geographical jurisdiciions. Some 900 delegates and about 2.000 spectators at the Civic Arena greeted Bishop John J. Wright of the Pittsburgh Roman Cathohc Diocese with a standing ovation Wednesday before a speech in which he called for muiual prayer and understanding to unite Chris- late morning. He said thercitians against "a certain atheist also was a chance the conference would take a report on the church's social creed today. humanism." Sellers to leave hospital HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Brit ish actor Peter Sellers was expected to leave Cedars of Lebanon Hospital today after more than a month of confinement following a near-fatal heart seizure. Tlie 38-ycar-old star still faces about two months of recuperation from the April 6 attack. .SWEETIE PIE By Nadine SrJtzer Just another big noise HERRIN. 111. (UPI) — When Mrs. Robert Dirks heard a loud noise overhead Wednesday, she Honored as the first Roman dismissed it as just another Catholic prelate ever to speak ^nnic hnnm fmm Inw-flvinp air. possibly ending business ses-before the supreme law making sions of the two-week meeting body of the .Methodist Church. „ . , . - i.. which ends Saturday. i Bishop Wright said the two de- ^'"""ents later her neighbors The civil rights issue involves nominations have many ••decp,'"',°'=|'«''^ front door tOj a proposed clause which would basic differences." "er a one-ton bmb from a make ministers liable for accu-{ He said it would be dishonest!S'ant "^k tree had crashed: sation and trial for "refusing to deny the differences which'i^hrough her roof into the attic, admission to any service or i "involve our very concept of worship by reason of race, col-'the church itself.. .but if is also must. . .keep us and bring us or or national origin, or aiding,true that precisely as Chris- closer together as the world bc-( in such reiusal. ' |tians and despite the differ- comes more secular to. . .unite The conference previously ences among us, we share a us even more deeply in thcsc| voted to abolish racial segrega-jdifference fiom the spirit of days of a certain atheist hu-l tion within its membership and the world. That difference manism." i Russia diverts broadcasting to Red Ctiina WASHINGTON {UPJ)-In an apparently significant policy move Russia has reduced a large part of its radio broadcasting to the West and diverted it to areas of confrontation with Red China. Carl T. Rown. director of the U.S. Information Agency (USIA), who reported this Wednesday, said that beginning May 1 Russia decreased broadcasts in 10 Western languages and stepped up programs to Red China, Slongolia, Korea and India. U.S. officials believe the Soviet step reflects at the same time the somewhat confused relations between Russia and the West and also the growing Soviet dispute with Red China. Officials said it also probably reflects Soviet difficulties—in money, personnel, facilities or all three — in maintaining as large a broadcasting operation around the world as it might Uke. "Come back here and file your flight plan!" SELL IT TOMORROW I'ith low - cost Classified Ads apron, holder. General Becir'ic slicing knWes. 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