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Stallings, Rev. George - 4

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The Rev. George A. Stallings talks about his split with the Roman Catholic Church, and founding his own Imani Temple in Washington D.C., in Rev. Vernon Burroughs office prior to services at Allen African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Staff photo by Bill Hunter

Stallings, Rev. George - 3

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The Rev. George Stallings conducts services at the Allen African Methodist Episcopal Church/ Stallings has broke away from the Roman Catholic Church and has founded his own Imani Temple in Washington D.C.
NEWS/MAYNARD; Staff Photo by Bill Hunter

Stallings, Rev. George - 1

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WASHINGTON--MAVERICK PRIEST--As a photographer takes aim, Rev. George A. Stallings preaches before an independent Catholic congregation Sunday morning at Howard University in Washington, against the wishes of his bishop, Cardinal James A. Hickey. According to church officials, Stalling's establishment of the Imani Temple is a major blow to Hickey, who earlier this year was accused of racism for closing three inner-city Catholic high schools. The move also puts Stallings on a collision course with the Roman Catholic Church.
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Sprinker, Harry - 1

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Harry H. Sprinker
Sprinker Gets'Needled'


County Commissioner Harry Sprinker smiles bravely as Dr. Hillis Griffin prepares to scratch the commissioner’s arm. The inoculation for smallpox didn’t hurt. It didn’t even break the skin. Miss Marie Jones, registered nurse, assists with the “operation.” Local governments, city-county health department and medical society all are co-operating in a county-wide vaccination-against-smallpox campaign. All residents in Tacoma and Pierce County have been urged to get vaccinations at their nearest fire station between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday. News Tribune staff photo. TNT 05-23-1954 A13.

Spillman, Rick (Professor) - 3

NEWS--Rick Spillman, associate professor of computer science at Pacific Lutheran University. Spillman has been studying information that's come out on the Shroud of Turin for 4 years. He's not convinced that recent laboratory tests which show the shroud was made in the 14th century are proof that it is not the burial cloth of Christ.

Spillman, Rick (Professor) - 2

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Rick Spillman directs the Center for the Study of Artificial Intelligence at PLU (Pacific Lutheran University). In this illustration, he is in the Artificial Intelligence Lab. The lines of programming superimposed above him are from an AI test.
Staff photo / illustration by Peter Haley

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