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Episcopalians Outline
Basis for Discussing
Presbyterian Union
ty tht Auoc>ai«d Pfeu
NEW YORK, April 1—An outline
of certain fundamental tenets on
which the Protestant Episcopal
Church is prepared to base discus
sions looking toward intercom
munion with the Presbyterian
Church in the United States of
America or with “any other inter
ested Christian body” was made
public here yesterday.
The statement was prepared by
the Protestant Episcopal joint com
mission on approaches to church
unity at the request of the 1946
triennial general convention of the
church.
The 13-page statement on faith
and order is for the most part an
exposition and interpretation of
the so-called Chicago Quadrilateral,
which originally appeared in a reply
from the American bishops to a
Btembeth memorial on the subject
of Christian unity in 1886. Two
years later the Lambeth Confer
ence adopted the bishops’ reply. It
then became known as the Lam
beth Quadrilateral.
Statement Quoted.
The historic four-point statement
on faith and order said:
“1. The holy scriptures of the old
and new testaments, as 'containing
all things necessary to salvation,’
and as being the rule and ultimate
standard of faith.
”2. The Apostles' Creed, as the
baptismal symbol, and the Nicene
Creed, as the sufficient statement of
the Christian faith.
‘‘3. The two sacraments ordained
by Christ himself—baptism and the
supper of the Lord—ministered with
unfailing use of Christ's words of
institution and of the elements or
dained by Him.
To Be Locally Adapted.
"4. The historic episcopate, locally
adapted in the methods of its ad
ministration to the varying needs of
the nations and peoples called of
God into the unity of His Church.”
Officers of the joint commission on
approaches to unity of the Protest
ant Episcopal Church include the
Right Rev. Robert E. L. Strider of
Wheeling, W. Va., chairman, and the
Very Rev. Alexander Z. Zabriskie of
Alexandria, Va., secretary.
Death of Man in Plunge
From Bridge Ruled Suicide
A certificate of suicide in the
death of Benjamin Harrison Foster,
59, who was killed yesterday in a
plunge from the. Taylor street bridge
to Brookland avenue N.E., 35-feet
below, was issued late yesterday by
Dr. A. Magruder MacDonald, cor
oner.
Mr. Foster, a former filling station
operator here, lived at 413 Circle
avenue, Takoma Park, Md.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Louise Foster, and two sisters.
Lower Cream, Cheese
Prices in Prospect
Here This Spring
Lower cream and cheese prices
may be in prospect for Washington
area consumers this spring.
The Maryland and Virginia Milk
Producers' Association has peti
tioned the Virginia Milk Commis
sion for a hearing April 0 in Alex
andria to consider a downward re
vision in class II milk prices
charged by tanners.
Bruce B. Derrick, secretary-treas
urer of the co-operative, said his
Board of Directors decided to ask
for the change because producers
are moving into the period of flush
milk production.
He said the proposal was an op
portunity for consumers “to develop
a cream consumption habit.” He
added the revision “is not going to
hurt the producer too much."
Mr. Derrick added that “we can’t
take a revision in fluid milk prices
as yet,” because of continued high
production eorts.
Class IT muk is that used for
cream and cheese. Class I milk is
the regular fluid milk. Class in is
used for ice cream mix.
Mr. Derrick promised a statement
later on the actual reduction in class
n milk sought by the group.
If the milk commission grants
the revision, it is expected that
prices also will be marked down by
Maryland farmers. This then would
mean Washington dairies would
be buying class n milk at a lower
price. In the past, dairies frequent
ly have passed on higher or lower
wholesale prices to the consumer.
However, one dairy official here
said the proposed decrease would
have to be “substantial" if distrib
utors were to pass along the cut.
Willkie's Son Enters Politics
RUSHVILLE, Ind., April 1 <*>).—
Philip Willkie, 28, son of the late
Wendell Willkie, announced yester
day he will seek the Republican
nomination for State Representa
tive from Rush and Henry Counties.
He is a bank vice president and di
rector here and manages 1,600 acres
of farmland owned by his family.
Dealer to Face Quiz
In Sale of Unsafe Car
The Corporation Counsel’s office
has summoned a used car dealer
for a hearing at 1:90 p.m. tomorrow
to explain the sale of a 13-year-old
sedan, the unsafe condition of which
led to the conviction of its owner
yesterday.
Prosecutor Philip Brophy said the
summons was issued to the Kolb
Motor Co., 5100 Georgia avenue
N.W., which sold the antiquated car
a week ago to Ollie Jiles, 20, colored,
of the 1200 block of Irving street
N.W.
Jiles was freed on his personal
bond, after his conviction on a
charge of operating an unsafe ve
hicle in the 3400 block of Benning
road N.E. Policeman C. G. Thomas
said he saw the car speeding with
smoke and sparks flying from its
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broken exhaust. On closer exam
ination, he found it had bad brakes,
no springs, only one light, loose
fenders and bumpers and that its
body was resting on the axles.
Judge dfeorge D. Neilson fined
Jiles $30 for speeding, but withheld
sentence on the safety charge with
the comment that “the dealer is
guiltier than the defendant.”
Last week another used car dealer
forfeited $50 collateral for selling
an unsafe Jalopy to a motorist who
appeared before Judge Neilson on
the same charge as Jiles. The for
feiture followed a hearing In thei
Corporation Counsel’s office.
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