Religion: Words & Works

¶ The Retail Merchants Bureau of Fulton and South Fulton, Ky. voted to meet for half an hour every Monday morning with a minister in attendance to pray for better business.

¶ Meeting 25,000 strong in St. Louis for their annual convention, the Southern Baptists gave enthusiastic support to the Supreme Court decision outlawing segregation in U.S. schools. The "underprivileged and disinherited masses" are moving toward a "revised status," said Texas' Dr. Carl E. Bates, one of the convention leaders. "The last, the lost and the least of this earth are now on the march . . ."

¶ TheU.S. is well...

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