The Desert Sun from Palm Springs, California on September 5, 1964 · 2
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The Desert Sun from Palm Springs, California · 2

Palm Springs, California
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Saturday, September 5, 1964
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2 GUjrSrfiprl §mt Saturday Sift I HM 1 Wm Springs Callferela (Coatimed from P-1) tent wm not immediately known Winde rinsing from 111 to 120 miles an hour ripped signs from buildings and uprooted trees Numerous persons were hurt by flying objetu propelled by the driving winds The city was drenched with torrential rains Hundreds of residents of low lying areas were moved from homes inundated by several feet of flood water City transportation including cross harbor ferry service to Kowloon and the new territories on the China mainland side was paralysed The Olympic torch on a nation by nation airplane trip from Greece to Tokyo burned through the storm outside the Hong Kong city haH The special Japanese airliner carrying the torch was grounded at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Airport along with all other flights Originally scheduled to depart for Taipei today the torch plana was sitting out a Jthour delay Landslides Mocked roads In outlying areas The Hong Kong stock market closed because of the storm The typhoon was moving towards the Red China coast and was due to hit the area west of the Pearl River later in the day probably with diminished force CONSECUTIVE GOALS DETROIT (UPI)— The Detroit Red Wings scored IS consecutive goals against the New York Rangers on January 23 1M4 In a National Hockay WEATHER v as AN BIRNARDINO-RIYIRSIDI MALAYSIA CONFLICT GROWS and Me-laysian soldiars carry a daad Indonasian paratrooper through the jungle in Labis Schools Courses By LOl'IS CASSELS tailed Press latcraatieaal America proudly styles itself a Ratios under God" But it is permitting millions of its children to grow up illiterate as far as religion is concerned This situation did not result from Supreme Court decisions And it would not be significantly alerted by a constitutional amendment permitting devotional exercises in public schools Even if Congress were to approve such an amendment — Murphy in Statement On Braceros SAUNAS (UPI) -Republican senatorial nominee George Murphy said Friday that if the bracero farm program cannot be extended consideration should be given to using Public Law 414 as a means to importing Mexican leborera into California The bracero program is scheduled to end Dec 31 Public Law 414 deals with immigration into the United Static Murphy made his proposal while campaigning in iha Santa Clara Valley In his ststement he said "I favor extension of the bracero program If however Congress does not extend the bracero program then I strongly recommend consideration of Publie Law 414 as the means to providing harvest labor for California's agriculture" The GOP candidate said ha has invited leaden of California agriculture to meet with him next week to discuss the legal ramifications of implementing PuMic Law 414 Reuthcr Warns Auto Makers DETROIT — United Auto Workers (UAW) President Walter P Reuther warning negotiations are deadlocked with all three major automobile manufacturers: "If they won't give us our share at the bargaining table we'll get it on the picket line" COUNTIES mz wedMt i t--iW Shy on Giving About Religion which now appean highly an- Catholic children who attend likely — it would simply re- publie schools are now enrolled store the national illusion that in "released time" religious children arc receiving a religi-1 classes conducted by the con-ous education when they are ex- fraternity of Christian doctrine posed to rote recitation of prayers and random -readings from the Bible The real problem ' has been obscured by all the controversy ever the periphral issue of school prayers It is how te provide coherent systematic - in traction on religion -to children who attend puNic school! - Evade Isaac Some public school offiaab would like to wash their hands of this difficult problem on the ground the Supreme Court has forbidden them to touch M But-the court did nothing of the kind It went out of ‘its way to say in the IMS prayer case that there would be no constitution! j U1 training objection to "study of the Bi-I Under "shared time” a child Me or of religion presented ! js enrolled simultaneously in objectively as part of a secular two schools — a public school program of education" in public schools This dictum was clearly intended as an invitation to public schools to experiment with teaching about religion in the same' spirit that they teach bout other things such as politics on which Americans have widely differing opinions Avilable evidence indicates that few public school systems have thus far accepted this diallenge Record Poor Before any religious leader shies stones at the public echools for their seeming neglect of the religious education problem he should examine the churches’ record Among Prot-stants particularly -it it a record of inadequate measures halfheartedly pursued Twelve years ago in the Zor-ach caw the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of released time”- arrangements under which children are released from public schools at their parents’ request let one or tow hours a week to attend religious ctasss conducted by churches on their own property and with their own teachers Roman Catholics have taken energetic advantage of this opportunity More than half of the modernize your kitchen— with rv -c-k 4 ea j - — — - 7rM " 1 fj s' b i i Johore Stata Malaysia as government forcas tightened their net on invading Indonesians' ' (NEA Radio Telephoto) and a church school He takes some of his course (science and math for example) at the public school and-some (such as history' and English) ’in the church school The church school is free to teach' these subjects in a frankly religious context More than 180 shared-time experiments are now under wey in this country and every one of them involves Catholic children The major Protestant denominations seem content at present to adopt resolution applauding the shared-time concept — for somebody else Leaves Sunday School That leaves Sunday School — an institution which Protestants tend to hold in uncritical veneration The trouble with Sunday School is that it usually offers a child less than 21 hours a year of instruction about re ligion — and this frequently is given by inadequately trained teachers under classroom conditions approaching bedlam No one would seriously expect to teach a child about mathematics in 26 hours per year — even with the best teachers end the best classroom conditions No nna should he surprised if children fail to learn much about religion under such circumstances We Will Build It! It eiiyl Juit pkena far aen-lultatiea — I yyr twin N eklifatiea and aur rearaia-ta i can five yen FIRM price an year particular kerne in pre-ament preject Netkinf daw teal Builders Supply 324-1311 - The well known sculptor and artist Alexander Rosenfeld of Los Angeles announced today that the bust of the late President John F Kennedy is completed and ready for bronzing Ha was commissioned to do this bust by the Kennedy Memorial Committee of Palm Springs whose co-chairman are Mrs Paul Ward Brody and Lionel Steinberg The bust will be reedy for deidcation at the Palm Springs Airport between Oct 28 and Nov 10' Rosenfeld is celebrated for hie works of art done of those prominent both in public life and the theatre Noteworthy i work done for such theatre and cinema celebrities as Helen Hayes Bette Davis - Joan Fontaine Barbara ' Stanwyck Claudette Colbert Michael Renie Sidney Greenstreet and Errol Flynn Rosenfeld- did the 111 feet mural for the Mormon Church whidi is now being shown at the World's Fair The IS foot canvas of the architectural development in the hiatory of Los Angeles which is exhiMted at the Security Investment Mori-gag Co in Loa Angeles has received universal recognition The committee for the Memorial Funds includes: Frank Sinatra Harpo Man Dr J Wallace Nevirn August Keft-mann Kenneth Kirk Fred Ingram and Eddie Davidson This memorial to the late President Kennedy will be paid for exclusively by public contributions All ' expenses are borne' by the committee and the funds collected wiU be used only for the Kennedy Memorial The puMic is invited to make their contributions in whatever amount they choose and all contributions should be sent to Fred Ingram treasurer of (he Kennedy Memorial Fund c-o Bank of America North Pehn Canyon' Drive Palm Springs California It is moat urgent that contributions be made at this time in order to mako this memorial a reality Mrs Brody said Change in Class Times There are some slitfit changes in the time schedule for Kindergartens in the Palm Springs Unified School District Dr James Runge assistant super intendent in charge of educational services announced today Morning ' kindergarten pupils in all elementary schools will report at 1:48 am he said and will be dismissed at 11:18 am- Afternoon kindergarten tots will begin class at 1:11 pm and will be dismissed at 8:28 pm The one exception to this schedule is the Frances S Stevens afternoon kindergarten which wiU begin at 11:88 am and dose at 3:18 pm The reason for this exception Dr Runge explained-- is that Frances S' Stevens is exdusiv-ely an elementary school and does not accommodate intermediate pupils “In order to die-miss all the elementary pupils in Frances S Stevens at tha same time we have made this chsnge at France! S Stevens" said Runge latest built-ins! — — SURPRISE! Fireman Richard G Shaw 34 flashes a big grin as he holds up e copy - of tho Now York Daily Nows And no wander: News story intormod him that IN CHINA FIGHT Nikita MOSCOW (UPI) - Premier Nikita S Khrushchev returned home from Czechoslovakia today apparently to take command of a mushrooming Soviet campaign against tho Chinese Communists The Soviet press Mased with some of the most Mtter words Burton and Liz Return to LA LOS ANGELES (UPI) - A somewhat disgruntled Richard Burton irritated by a customs delay and his beautiful actress-wife Elizabeth Taylor flew here Friday night from a vacation at their home in Puerta Valletta Mexico Tho Mexicane airliner was delayed two hours by head winda and tha famous film couple -was detained for another IS minutes while customs officials cleared them The couple laid they would be here for about four or five days before flying to Carmel where they will make the film “The Sandpiper” More Circulation YOU’LL FIND BARGAINS GALORE -IN- QHjr Srsrri ‘ 7 Takes the fteins to dale in the Sino-Soviet duel for world Communist ieacfcr-ahip In Khrushchev’s absence the Kremlin launched a monumental Mast at Chinese Communist leader Mao txe-Tung warning that war could result from' Peking’s "territorial am-Mtions” Westerners reported the Russian man in the- etreet appeared genuinely incensed by j reports that Mao suggested changes' in the common border between China end Russia The official news agency Tass and the Soviet government newspaper Izvestia denounced u “absurd" Chinese claims to Russian land in Asia In Moscow the anti-Chinese drive ' appeared to have changed from ' an ideological feud to a crusade pushing the "sanctity" of Russian soil — apparently a Md to whip up nationalistic fervor The Soviet press is publishing dozens of letters from fanners workers More Readers PHONE 325-5005 SI? 9mu1 imt The Desert Empire’i Leading Daily Newspaper - 511 SOUTH PALM CANYON DRIVI he is the missing heir to a $250000 legacy from an elderly writer he had befriended 1 6 years ago - ' INEA Tlpk-f1 J t ' '' : writers and scientists -condemning the Chinese position -During his If days In Chechoslovakia Khrushchev accused Communist China of -"Hack-mail" and uid he ' was surprised it had stopped short ef suggesting the dismemberment of tho Soviet Union - y Fm568 mu Duett iml e c— sr Ctrl H 0MGHb PnMMMT Mm Series CMIL - AT HBWSSTANBSI SMflp M DM Spring CotHanU AuguM § TO msm M Ad S Cmitm M Merck X W TM OCMff SM MkMV C M I TIN DMMt IMS bt lAieise Offty eeeeoeieeee sue MAIL RATISs NH I Dllhf eoMMlMesweeeensiMS' W-M MMM VGGTa ieeeeeeeeaeeee a eeeeil MS me oesear sun publishhm ce til SOUTH PALM CANYON - DRIVI -MINKS- WHSailMIk Ci MA More Prospects I

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