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-* FRIDAY 2 Girl Students Quit Catholic College in New 'Heresy' Case •y Associated Press CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 20.— Two Emmanuel College seniors have resigned because, they said, the Roman Catholic institution teaches that “there is salvation outside the Church.’’ Evelyn J. Uberti, 22, of Wal tham and Doris M. Coulombe, 22, of Brookline said last night their action also .was motivated by the recent Boston College “heresy” Incident. Three Boston College lay teach ers were fired a month ago for allegedly accusing the college of heresy. Later the Rev. Leonard Feeney, head of St. Benedict's .Center, was deprived of his priestly functions for backing the teachers. Teachers Cited as Example. St. Benedict's, a social and Catholic Instruction center, also was banned to Catholics by Arch bishop Richard J. Cushing of Boston. The girls made their announce ment at the center, where the three discharged Boston College teachers now are instructors. “We were distressed by Em- j manuel liberalism long before the Boston College incident,” they said, “but the example of these brave teachers encouraged us to take the action we are now tak ing.” Miss Uberti, who said she heads the dean’s list, added: “We have felt this way for three years. We thought that if we took degrees from the institution we would be supporting its teach ings. They’re teaching the same doctrines as at B. C. They're in the same errors.” Archdiocese Withholds Comment. The Boston College teachers had charged that the college was “guilty of heresy in teaching that there may be salvation outside the Catholic Church and that one may be saved without admitting the supremacy of the Catholic Church or submitting to the Pope.” Pope Pius XII supported Arch bishop Cushing in “silencing” Fa ther Feeney and forbidding Cath olics to attend the center. Neither Sister Helen Madeleine, dean of Emmanuel, nor the chan cery of the Boston Archdiocese commented immediately on the girls’ resignations. Sesqui Site Proposed At East Capitol Street William A. Maio, representing! four Southeast Washington busi ness and civic groups yesterday, proposed to a Senate Appropria tions subcommittee that the Washington Sesquicentennial cele bration next year be held at the foot of East Capitol street. Testifying before a subcommit tee considering President Tru man's request for a $3,000,000 ap propriation for the sesquicenten nial, Mr. Maio pointed to the ad vantages qf location. MRS. TRUMAN SEES THE PRESIDENT—At the American Newspaper Women's Club, Star Staff Artist Bob Hoke shows his portrait of President Truman to Mrs. Truman and Mrs. Margaret j Hart Canby, Society editor of The Star. —Star Staff Photo. Society Women Visit Artist's Show. Take Star Portraits Home An ususual art show was held by The Star. Guests came to view their portraits, then took the drawings home with them. It was the one-man show 6f Star Staff Artist Robert Hoke, whose portraits of prominent members of Washington society have appeared in the society sec tion of The Star in recent months. Mrs. Truman was an early ar rival at the exhibition, held at the American Newspaper Wom en's Club, and admired a large color drawing of her husband that Mr. Hoke completed only the day before. The President, in fact, had the distinction of being the only man whose portrait was on display. His picture was flanked by drawings of Mrs, Truman and their daughter Margaret. The latter two portraits previously had been presented to the Tru man family and were ‘'loaned'' j for the exhibit. Among the subjects who were presented with portraits with the compliments of The Star were: Mrs. Fred M. Vinson, wife of the Chief Justice; Mrs. Robert A. Jackson and Mrs. Harold H. Burton, wives of Supreme Court justices; Mrs. Tom Clark, wife of the Attorney General; Mrs. Louis E. Denfeld, wife of the Chief of Naval Operations; Mrs. Charles F. Brannan, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture; Mrs. Clark Clifford, wife of the special assistant to the President; Mrs. John E. Peurifoy, wife of the Assistant Secretary of State. Also, Mrs. Cornelius V. Whit ney, wife of the Undersecretary of Commerce; Mrs. George W. Malone, wife of the Senator from Nevada; Representative Kathe rine St. George, Mrs. Lloyd M. Bentsen, jr., tvife of the Repre sentative from Texas; Mrs. Clif ford Davis, wife of the Represent ative from Tennessee; Mrs. John R. Steelman, wife of the assistant to the President: Senora de Rod riquez, wife of the Chilean Min ister Counselor; Mme. Bertel sen. wife of the Counselor of the Netherlands Embassy: Count ess de La Vaille, wife of the Min ister Counselor of the Belgian Embassy; Mrs. James H. Foskett, wife of the former naval aide to the President: Dr. Hazel K. Stieb ling, Mrs. Charles C. Morgan, Mrs. Eugene C. Carusi and Mrs. James L. Houghteling. Assisting at the exhibition and the tea following were Mrs. Sam uel H. Kauffmann, Mrs. Benjamin M. McKelway, Mrs. Luther Shel don, jr.; Mrs. Smith Hempstone, Mrs. Herbert F. Corn and Mrs. Hoke, wife of the artist, w New Fire Alarm Series Keeps D. C. Firemen Busy | , The second wave of false alarms in the past 10 days kept the Fire Department on the move for more than two hours last night and early today. Between 10:15 p.m. and 12:23 a.m., five bogus alarms were turned in. Although they came from scattered boxes, police be lieve the same person was re sponsible for all, and that he also turned in half a dozen alarms during a comparable period of time several days ago. 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