14 !fe|e$bgfg,,,ReQister*MQ],!,.Goiesbufg,, 111, Monday, June 11, 1973 i ists 9 Leader Expects Watergate Action By B. J. McPARLAND Cooper said he knew of no PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI) -plans by individuals or groups Not even religion can escape to revive efforts to ban the Watergate. The Watergate scandal is likely to get some attention from the four-day Southern Baptist Convention opening here Tuesday. While convention president Owen Cooper, a recently retired industrialist from Yazoo City, Miss., predicts a "calm and nonconfroversial convention," Broadman Bible commentary, which some Baptists feel is too liberal, and is a question that has bothered the SBC, he said, for the past three years. Opposition Recently in Atlanta, a new conservative group called the Baptist Faith and Message Fellowship was organized, an address by Sen. Mark Hatfield, he indicates resolutions werej . ...... . , — expected to deal with such :nouncmg its intentions to'work and matters as "the Watergate I™"™ he framework of the scandal, amnesty, abortion, i bBC ,0 °PP° se ordination of women as deacons and ministers as well as sex education. First Time More than 12,000 Baptists will gather in Portland, marking the first time the 12-million-member Southern Baptist Conven. tion (SBC) has met in the Pacific Northwest. Any registered "messenger," as Baptists call their delegates, can introduce resolutions or motions from the convention floor during the six hours of miscellaneous business on the schedule, said Cooper. Other business on the convention agenda includes a recommended $35 million budget for the Southern Baptist Convention, possible debate on a restructure proposal that would abolish the Stewardship Commission as an agency of the SBC and transfer its functions to the SBC executive committee, and election of officers. SBC" to oppose theological liberalism. The SBC is scheduled to close Thursday evening with an R-Ore Before the convention begins, yesterday and today, more than 5,000 Baptist pastors and about 2,500 Baptist women were to attend separate, simultaneous sessions for women and pastors. The Southern Baptist Pastors Conference will meet for an all- day preaching marathon Monday, and the SBC Women's Missionary Union Convention was to meet Sunday evening all day Monday for inspiration sessions. Former White House, Press Secretary Bill Moyers is the closing speaker for the women's convention Monday night. j 1975 Catholic Church 'Holy Year Aimed at Healing Divisions By BARRY JAMES on which to start the Holy Year Life Insurance for every member of the family — the easiest and cheapest way to pay Inevitable ilnal ixpenses, ASK me about low cost — ottgage insurance from Lutheran Brotherhood. BEN JOHNSON P.O. Box 33 — Ph. 937-5805 LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD CAMBRIDGE, ILL. Life and Health Insurance VATICAN CITY (UPI) - The Roman Catholic Church is preparing for its 1975 Holy Year, an effort to bring men back to God and heal the divisions caused by a decade of reforms. One high - ranking prelate close to Pope Paul VI described the event as the "mobilization of the Church." He said the Pope is pinning hopes on the Holy Year to heal rifts caused by the wave of reforms which have followed the Vatican Ecumenical Council. Many Factions The reforms have spawned discontented factions of traditionalists and liberal protestors at either end of the Catholic preparations After 18 months of prepara tions, Holy Year will start on Christmas Eve 1974 with the opening of bricked-up "Jubilee Doors" at the entrances to St. Peter's and other major basilicas in Rome. The doors will be closed one year later. Pilgrims passing through these doors will, in the eyes of the Church, earn themselves and their loved ones spiritual benefits in this and the afterlife. Although Rome, with its shrines and memories of martyrs, will be the key point of pilgrimage, the Pope also will allow Catholics to obtain | the same spiritual benefits by making pilgrimages to designated churches in their own spectrum, a situation which the;countries, a departure from the Pope once said amounted!past 25 official Holy Years, almost to a schism The Pope chose Pentecost Sunday celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles and the foundation of the Church—as a suitable event Out here.ife Acme. which have been held at 25-year intervals since 1475. Tells Importance The Pope stressed the spiritual importance of preparing and celebrating Holy Year in local churches around the world as well as in Rome. What exactly this will entail still has to be worked out. The Pope said he wants Holy Year to be celebrated as much as possible with non-Catholics— and even with non-Christians— in order to contribute to unity and peace. Fire Is Fatal JERSEYVILLE, 111. (UPI) Kirk Douglas Short, 13, Kane, died Sunday when a motorcycle he was sitting astride fell over and a campfire ignited gasoline from the tank. Kirk, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Short, was fatally burned. Civic Leader Dies CARROLLTON, 111. (UPI) Henry Severns, a prominent Quincy civic and business leader, died here Sunday of an apparent heart attack. He was 64. For men who know where they stand, Out West, boots are an important part of a man's life style. They reflect his individuality, independence and heritage. Acme boots, crafted In a variety of rich cowhide leathers, are styled in the highest Western tradition for men West and East, . . who know where they stand. B & p Widths available in Western, Wellington & Dingo styles, B - D Sc E widths. cKEMG FROM ACME (g) THE WORLD'S LARGEST BOOTMAKER. WAREHOUSE SHOE CENTER OPEN MON. & FRI. 9-9 TUE. thru THUR. 9-5:30 SAT. 9-6 180 E. 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