sligion Mode uch Hews uring 1958 ;W ¥oSlc tA^i *- I! ymt leak ^ oVer 1958, ydtt «'i!l dlSWW religion made flit iiftttslttl Lint of hews, e lob slory tt^S ut6 dealn o! i Puts' Xtl an'd the election i coforintioh of P" 6 J5 6 P"iitS I, S6H of an Italian ' '" M!s«to3 t \Vtnk-.., felihkfcn and 5 Written ut^s W- -„„„,.. and Archbishop FraneW ifa of Phiiftdelphlfe \VeH "'HE the flew cardinals appoihi' jy Pops Johh. Ihtil- sigrtiflcaht cvc-hls. ih rnf- J , included! the oitslDt of IS IhebtollaHf rti fiaptist Theological LouiPVille, Kj>, •*• a thli-d of the entli-c factfltj> K*ho obje6led tb the policies oj B«;' sfetftlnat-y administi-atloii, Mhg occurred in June, HA few Weeks ago the central leeredltlHg oi'ganismtioh Jot- Prot' ^tant schools in I he United Sihtes strongly criticized the ad- Wilhistr&tSon and gave the semi' y n year to correct- What wen? ed iWolei-able conditions, of S loss of .accredited standing ails 6f the controversy haV* been made public, . Merger on May 28 .of the tftiK Presbyterian Church of-Nortf erica and the Prcsbyterlart in the U.S.A. into 8 sum,' Moslem • 53 Pollow &Mef " tnamhial uffi^untt 24tiist8hl . S8Vollhgea ^ 36 ,36 Legal S'rfhe sfji-eading a !d dettbrnination, the United fresbytei'ian -Church in .AmeHcff _tie total wenibfcrshlts is 3 mil Jhn, folii'lh Inrgest among,.Unite |S|htes Prbtestant denomiriaUons B8?3. The ihcreasing tendency c io'uthern clergVmen to join i yorking for a moderate approac p racial problems in, the Soull nbludlng combined moves by. pa: ,brs in Atlanta 'and .(Little 'Rock lie nondeiiominatlonal monthly ?ulpit Digest said a .poll showed out.- of five Protestant minis- ..ts in 17 Southern ^ states 'orb in tnyor of complying with the Su- _Vcme Court school integration K "'order. -jfi 4., Mounting discussion oi r«- gious affiliations of political can- dates, sparked by the possibility Sen. John Kennedy (D-Mass). Roman- Catholic,- becoming' a, 'residential nominee. , ' 5. .Conviction and subsequent ac liittal of .the Most .Rev. Pietr' 'iordelli, Roman Catholic bishop', f^Pratol Italy, of slander charges", 'he ,case, which ,shook churchy tato relations 1 in Italy, grew ou.f |p)f.'the bishop's^ calling .an atheist "arid-his wife "public sinners" lor refusing to be married In a religious ceremony' after their civil marriage, , ,' 6,' -Growing discussion over the status of Protestants jn the South American republic of Colombia,,; , 7, Battle over the New Yofk City policy of prohibiting dissemination of birth control infoimation to patients in city hospitals,' re- 'sijlling in a modification ,of • the "policy, 1 Now birth' control therapy will'be ( permitted in, city hospitals where ' medical needs dictate. Protestant • and Jewish g'rou»s op-' po'scd the ban; Roman -"Catholics defended -it, '' '1 "iUtW6.mt.Ml 43 RbhiaH poet Ffefich head FLASH GORDON d Birds' homes 21 ==,011 and in Pertaining Us tncasures cdiNCiD&ra Definite &t tlcle iTwi^TBLAaediioNi COULD SMEW/ 'i POUB iV6d,iTLMKdvtfy«5ja» , TOP OPPIdlW-S KMEW»' we WkW cwtt*w 82 Yugoslavian •Your adv.liftlhg.i. coats would be •*>»* If we •; stone 54 _L d6 plume By Nadine Seltzer ' 4 ( SWEETIE PIE 67-^- qff.lnJplli-V^r By Kate Osan (CAPTAIN EASY 'LIKE THAT; 'MEDiCIME ;- l,Bi;ONDIE;^TS5SSL2S:^:±£ * i , WWI, don't jUstltand By Golbroith SIDE GLANCES ',*Tdon't know which played worse, the basketball " team or .the dance band I FRECKLES AND HJS FRIENDS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES |T5 SAFER T& tOME IN AND SEE MY CHRISTMAS PRESENT' , >,-' >;-. v- 1 • 1 1,1 <_•? Wirh Mojor " .By J, R, Willioms OUR BQARPING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY Z;^ 3 * if 'S\ •f.'bfe b'vton wggnTWB transpla/iting *9Y. aCNQMNG WHAT PIP HE' mRJfeLR 'Robert Frost has, won the Builit- I'zfer,Prize for poetry for times"— in 'J924, 1931, 1937 and, 1943, - "FiMh«» Cggt In Towi" /. v;.'^ rram-^-^f. ; HAHOUOSTEPHEN* Land-O-Loke» Farm 1 , ,f"rctitviBi,- Artc." ,< i "'-," : At Your Favorite Qroe«ft Stereo-Phonic PhonoqVoph f'AMtomstie^ speed record chang: ;er,rpprtable*HI'Fi- ". Equipped to , Speaker , MONTGOMERY WARD • - < ' .. v , Mtmorials in Bronze Why Be Satisfied -'
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