Religion: In Atlantic City (Concl.)

For a U. S. President to send polite greetings to every large gathering of U. S. Jews, Catholics or Protestants is a routine amenity usually executed by a White House secretary. But to the sist triennial General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, meeting during the past three weeks in Atlantic City, went no word, polite or otherwise, from Episcopalian Franklin D. Roosevelt. Last week General Convention, winding up its affairs, came within an ace of reciprocating in kind.

Both its House of Deputies and House of Bishops had passed resolutions to send...

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