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Vermont Officials
Attack Aid To
Catholic Schools
MONTPELIER, Vt. (NC)
The state attorney general and
his deputy have said here that
no "reasonable" argument" can
be made that the “public wel
fare demands the education of
children of any particular faith
in sectarian schools."
The statement was in a brief
filed before the Vermont Su
preme Court which is hearing a
controversial case on the issue
of tuition payments from state
funds to non-public high schools.
The test case was initiated by
the South Burlington School
Board. This town was the hard
est hit of 96 towns by a decision
of the state board of education
that it could no longer appropri
ate funds to be used by local
schools boards for tuition pay
ments to non-public schools.
Attorneys for South Burling
ton have argued in court that
the tuition payments are public
welfare benefits and therefore
consitutional. It was this conten
tion that the attorney general
singled out in his counter-argu
ment.
In the final brief to be filed in
court, Atty. Gen. Robert T. Staf
ford and his deputy, Frederick
M. Reed, said that all Vermont
children are guaranteed an edu
cation by Vermont law.
But, the two asked: “Are they
deprived of an education, as
such, if tuition is not paid at a
parochial school?”
“The answer is absolutely no,
because it must be paid at pub
lic schools. They may not receive
an education which their faith
requires, but they will receive
the education which the law re
quires."
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Reporter’s Play
Debuts on Kraft
TV Theater
NEW YORK (NC) Bob
Crean, former staff writer for
the N.C. News Service, will have
his first play, “Anna Santonel
lo,” produced by the Kraft Tele
vision Theater over the NBC-TV
network (WLW-C) Aug. 8, from
9 to 10 p.m., EDT.
Mr. Crean, who writes a bi
weekly television review column
for the Catholic Standard, news
paper of the Archdiocese of
Washington, D.C., is a graduate
of the Speech and Drama Depart
ment of the Catholic University
of America. He now writes scripts
for comedian Peter Lind Hayes.
His play is the story of an
Italian-American girl who has de
voted her life to caring for aged
father and three older brothers
and suddenly falls in love with an
Irishman.
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Workshop Will
Discuss Farm
Family Needs
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (NC)
The practical problems of agri
culture and rural life in Ameri
ca and the world at large will be
discussed at a three-day Rural
Life Workshop to be held at the
University of Notre Dame from
Aug. 15 to 18.
Bishop Peter Bartholome of St.
Cloud, Minn., president of the Na
tional Catholic Rural Life Confer
ence, sponsor of the workshop, in
announcing the meeting, stated:
“Here, assembled in one spot for
three days, will be the best Cath
olic minds from all over the na
tion devoted to solving these
problems of agriculture and
Christian life on the land."
Among the subjects to be dis
cussed are: The Large Farm and
Automation The Suburban and
Rural Non-Farm Family Migrant
Agricultural Labor Parity, Sur
plus, Prices and Farm Labor
Young Christian Farmer Aposto
late A Program of Christian
Rural Leadership Father-Son
Partnerships on the Farm, and
Liturgy and Blessings at Work on
the Farm.
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John Beehan, doorman at the Little
Sisters of the Poor home for the aged,
Nashville, Tennessee, answered the door
to find this canine mother who knew where
After Year of Hiding
The Ellises and the child have
been in hiding since April, 1955,
when the Probate Court here
ordered the couple to surrender
the child to her natural mother,
Mrs. Marjorie McCoy Doherty.
The state high court’s ruling also
calls for the surrender of the
girl to Mrs. Doherty.
Chief Justice Stanley E. Qua
of the high court, who gave
the decision, said: "The in
ference is irresistible thet the
appellants (the Ellises) have
spirited the child away to
evade the decree of the Pro
bate Court. It is plain that the
appellants cannot have their
appeals heard here while they
persist in flouting the decrees
of the court."
The Ellises secured custody of
the child shortly after birth in
1951. The child’s mother, at the
time an unwed nurse, later in­
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‘Youngsters’ Get Social Security
Court Rules Couple
Must Give Up Child
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BOSTON (NC) The Massachusetts Supreme Court
has ruled that a Jewish Couple must surrender within 30
days the 5-year-old Catholic girl they have been seeking
to adopt or forfeit the right to produce “newly discovered
evidence" which they claim would make the child right-
evidence" which they claim
fully theirs.
The court order was isauad
in the widely publicized case
involving Hildy McCoy, who
ha* been living with the Jew
ish couple, Mr. and Mrs. Mel
vin B. Ellis of suburban Brook
line, since she was a few weeks
old.
stituted court proceedings tn re
voke the custody agreement in
order to have the child reared
in the Catholic faith.
Of Interest
To Women
The Altar and Rosary So
ciety of Holy Spirit Church
will sponsor a card party, to
morrow, August 4, 8:30 p.m.,
in the school hall, East Broad
Street and Yearling Rd. for
the benefit of the new infirm
ary for the Dominican Sisters
at St. Mary of the Springs.
Guild 34 of St. Ann’s Infant
Home and Hospital will meet
at noon August 9, at the home
of Mrs. L. G. Gravlin, 7 North
Waverly Rd. Business Meeting,
luncheon and bridge.
Guild 48 will meet 8 p. m.,
August 9 at the home of Mar
jorie Meyer, 607 Fairwood Ave.
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State Must Restore Church
HILDESHEIM, Germany, (NC)
—The county court of Hildesheim
has upheld Bishop Joseph Mach
ens of Hildesheim in his suit to
force the state of Lower Saxony
to use state funds to restore the
Hildesheim cathedral.
The cathedral, one of the finest
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que architecture Germany, was
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Priest Not First
To Visit Russia
DUBUQUE, Iowa (NO
The report that Father W’alter
C. Jaskiewicz, S.J., director of
Fordham University’s Institute of
Contemporary Russian Studies, is
the first American priest to enter
the Soviet Union as a tourist on
a 30-day visit of eight cities, has
been disputed here.
It vas said that at least three
other American priests have pre
ceded Father Jaskiewicz into Rus
sia as tourists, while a Czecho
slovak priest stationed in Dun
can, Iowa, made an “informal”
visit to the Soviet Union.
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for His mercy and do not go
aside from Him. lest you fall.—
Ecclesiasticus ii, 7.
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