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Wednesday, January 14, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Women
priests
no b t

Reports of hospital
indictments denied

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dictment reqests, though he
- has not personally contacted the
COlUnlIUIIIt1lJ 'ttorney's Office.
O'Brien says he doubts the
story because "generally as a
CLEVELAND, Ohio GPl - Six coirtesy, they (the Attorney's
women Episcopal priests cele- Office) would have notified us.1
brated communion recently in We've got a good relationship;
violation of church orders. with them. They would have
called us as protocol and said
The ceremony was conducted 'We're indicting your client.
at Emmanuel Episcopal church Will you bring him down so we
along with the Rev. Dalton don't have to go out and arrest
Downs, the rector who was for- him?' "
bidden by his bishop to invite "From everything we've seen,
the women. this is premature," the attorney
DURING THE sermon, t added. "The investigation is
DURIG TH seronthe open ended.
Rev. Suzanne Hiatt told aboutd.,
250 persons in the congregation VA HOSPITAL chief of staff
that the womens' actions "tend Martin Lindenaner said the hos-
to be arrogant because we pre- pital has not been informed of1
sume to be right . . . but we any indictment requests.
also see great good comingout Lindenauer added that, if the
of all this trouble." story were true, it would have
She said that the women's no effect on Narciso's present
.presence had jeopardized some employment at the hospital.
careers and had incurred the "We prefer to wive people the
displeasure of some people. But: due process until proven inno-
she added the risk involved had cent," Lindenauer said.
revived the sense of fervor that H
inspired the words of the Gos- IE ADDED that Narciso is
presently working in an area in
pel. I rh p h iinii wiieix tI-s.n

he did not know when the nurse
had been taken off the ICU..
Lindenauer said that Perez is
also working in an area with no C ica
V A hospital.
Perez and Narciso were both
questioned in November by a
federal grand jury. Narciso was
called back later for further tes-
timony.
Delonis said that Perez has
been subpoenaed to reappear
before the grand jury tomorrow
along with several VA employes
whom he declined to name.
Interesting
SportS Faets
Former Illinois football stars
J.C. Caroline coaches the Illinil

LOS ANGELES (A') - In a "Captain Fantastic and the
significant swing away from Brown Dirt Cowboy."
rock music, the 18th annual The nominees for record of
Grammy Award nominations the year were: "At Seventeen,"
spread across a wide spectrum Janis Ian; "Love Will Keep Us
of popular songs yesterday from Together," Captain & Tennille;
country ballads to Broadway "Lyin, Eyes," Eagles; "Man-
show tunes. dy," -Barry Manilow , and
The songs which garnered "Rhinestone Cowboy," Glen
the most nominations were an Campbell.
upbeat pop love song, "Love TH
Will Keep Us Together" and a I HE CATEGORY of Song of
country ballad, "Rhinestone the Year, a songwriters' award,
Cowboy.." Each was nominated included an unexpected nomi-'
in three categories including re- tunen a inothe Cshow
cord ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ - fthyerndsg ftn -"Sand in the Clowns,"
Sthe year written by yStephen Sondheim
for the musical, "A Little Night
THE MOST - NOMINATED Music."
artists of the year included four Officials of the National Acad-'
singers who recently made big emy of Recording Arts and Sci-
comebacks after popularity' in ences said the varied choice of
the 50's - Neil Sedaka, Janis nominees indicated a trend'

back to music "that can be
humnimed by everybody."
The 18th annual nominations
were announced at the Holly-
wood Palladium where the win-
ners will be named in a TV
special Feb. 28. Awards are
presented in 48. categories
which include classical music,
country and western, rhythm
and blues and spoken word re-
cords.
NOMINATIONS for
best album of the year were:
"Between The Lines," Janis
Ian; "Captain Fantastic and
the Brown Dirt Cowby," Elton
John: "Heart Like a Wheel,"
Linda Ronstadt; "One Of These
Nights," Eagles: and "Still
Crazy After All These Years,"
Paul Simon.

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"There is great joy in recov-
ering the scandal of the Gos-

cne tosp ta where she has no
contact with patients. He said'

pel," she said, referring to the
spirit in which the early Chris-
tians questioned established
views and in some cases risked
their lives for their faith.
THE TROUBLE she referred
to was the turmoil embroiling
the church over the validity of
the womens' ordination and the
church's discretion in dealing
with men priests who have al-
lowed the women to celebrate
communion.
The Rev. Mr. Downs is the
second priest in the Ohio Epis-
copal diocese this year to defy
the "godly admonition" of
Bishop John Burt that the wo-
men be barred from acting as
priests.
In June a church court tried
and convicted the Rev. Peter
Beebe of Oberlin for violating
church law on the same matter
and for disobeying his bishop.
AFTER THE service, the
Rev. Mr. Downs said that by
his actions, which have the sup-
port of the majority of the ves-
try, he was identifying the con-
gregation with "the poor, the
dispossesed, the oppressed and
the disadvantaged."
He said 'that by denying wo-
men the same privilege as men,
the Episcopal chijrch was the
oppressor. He said the church
cannot presume to be a moral
voice in the world unless it can
change its own institutions.
Bishop Burt has said that al-
though he favors the ordina-
tion of women priests in prin-
ciple, the matter should not
usurp the authority of the bish-
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