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Highly indignant last week were Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Sir John Simon and the Most Rev. Dr. William Temple, Archbishop of York, at what they considered a gross insult to William H. Heard, Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (U. S.). Bishop Heard, a grizzled old Negro from Philadelphia, one of 400 non-Roman Catholic Christians meeting in Edinburgh for a World Conference on Faith & Order, had been asked to move from his hotel.

Hearing of this, Sir John and Lady Simon promptly invited the Bishop to visit them in their Glasgow...

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