Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 73
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 73

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Europe is introduced to secular religion . ', Belgium to deal with traditional •;.•<- An ,; American movement gious material, that believes it can spread The institute developed the Christianity without mention- "LENS" course in the United ing God, Jesus Christ or any states °V er the P 88 * ^ hfe ? lary recently made its debut on the European continent. The Rev. Frederic Buss was in charge, a 38 - year old M et h o d i s t pastor who once worked with the late Martin Luther King Jr. He organized a two - day "laboratory course" called "living effectively in the new society (LENS)." The scene was a summer resort in the gently rolling green hills ; along Belgium's border with West Germany, not far from Aachen. There was no talk of sin of baptism or conversion or salvation, but of "human resurgence." '. "I believe we're delivering ihe thrust of the Christian message," said Buss. ; "We don't use the tradition!al words and symbols.in this ;course because a conversation in depth on the essence of ibeing human, human in the •full, sensitive and aware, is 'something every man wants .to join." 1 He explained that he wants •to reach people who dislike •the old symbols, or do not understand them. ! He works closely with his ;wife, Sarah, a professional psychologist. Both belong to !the Ecumenical Institute in Chicago, which sponsored the course. Their children; Elizabeth, 8, land Lindsey, 6, are being cared for by institute members while the parents are in •Europe; The -other two teachers were also a Chicago cou- !ple — David P. Wood Jr., and his wife, Anne. They are volunteers— he is a member of la big Chicago law firm, Mc•Dermott, Will and Emery. Buss points out that other 'Courses given by the institute been made in the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Brit" ain. In Neu-Moresnet there were 27 participants of four nationalities, most of them Americans. It was something like a long revival meeting or a short religious retreat. Work began at 7 a.m. and lasted until well after midnight. Sessions were sprinkled with songs and readings. The readings mostly were from a book of Japanese legends. New trial is ordered for flag embellisher AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI)-David Edmonson Renn was arrested on Flag Day 1970 for carrying an American flag with a peace symbol on it. A court in Dallas sentenced Renn to 10 years hi prison' for violating the state's flag dese- oration code. During the course of the trial, the prosecution described Renn as a "hippy," "anti-Christ," and a "Communist" and his flag as a "Swastika." The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruled such remarks were improper and ordered a new trial. 40 ACRES SPORTMEN'S PARADISE:' High Cool Country "per mo. Abundant Wittr Survtytd Reidt D«ns« Thick Trtit Quirinltid Ditdt a.p.r.l%-1!yn. MM Own. BIO VALLEY LAND CO 24Hr.TilMhoneCHI 947-8011 IMPORTS PLASTIC BEADS 50 FEET $1 .99 (REG. $2.99) splitting up? Do it the easy way at TANG'S... divide a room, cover a window, make a door...if it dingles or dangles you'll find it at TANG'S! We're hung up with lots of bangles and beads...if they're your hang up, take advantage of us being hung up... BUY NOW AND SAVE! BAMBOO BEADED CURTAIN (3 FEET BY 6 FEET) $5.99 Friday, BUUDQfi th of July outdoor toys for summer fun pt-19 trainer plane 7.88 Reg. 9.68. One of the most popular Cox gas engine line control planes • around. Parts held together by rubber bands so in case of accidental impact, bands break, not the plane. Powered by .049 engine. Includes pilot figure, handle and lines. toss-across game 9.99 Reg. 13.99. A giant bean-bag version of Tic-Tac-Toe. Stand at a dis- , tance, toss the bag and flip over a panel to place your mark. For ages 7 ' and up. Great fun for picnics, gatherings and backyard family gatherings. Includes playing board, panels and bean bags. By Ideal) Trail cycle 11.99 By Hedstrom. Stylized tricycle with adjustable seat, sturdy all steel frame and low-slung stability. Front tire is semi-pneumatic for solid traction. Rear tires are designed after racy-looking mags. 10" wheel, reg. 13.99, now 11.99. 13" wheel, reg. 15.99, now 13.99. 16" wheel, reg. 17.99, now 15.99. Toys, 28 Mail and phone orders invited. ping-pong for summer patio tournaments sturdy fold-up table 29.99 Glare-free lawn green playing surface is made to order for outdoor use. White,, easy-to-see striping. Heavy duty nylon caster assembly included for effortless moving. Heavy gauge 1" diameter tubular steel legs assure storage without damage. Top is I/a" heavy ply. Folds -into "playback" position. Sporting Goods, 43 f , Mail and phone orders invited. 3dfb awl tffln® CHRIS-TOWN 1607 W. Bethany Home Road BILTMORE FASHION PARK 2410 E. Camelback Road 'SCQTTSDALE, LOS ARCOS MALL 7333 E. McDowell Road SHOP MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. SAT. 9:30 to 6. OPEN SUNDAY 1? to 5 t • » « » * > •* ^* I "* fc) •-..'.'

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