VANDERBILT FORTUNE FOR HEIRESS NOV 18 1934 ALTON ILL

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a in on as The A. is •••>»»«i"»"^^^^^"^^^^- —' -••• Custody of Vanderbilt GirUo Aunt $48,000 Year Available For Support—Mother to Get $1000 a Month Plan May Change Nurse to Be Dismissed— Child May Make Own Choice in 4 Years NEW YORK, Nov. 16, (/P>—The unexplained decision of Supreme Court Justice John F. Carew in the Vanderbilt-Whitney legal tut.for the custody of Gloria _ Vanderbilt, 10-year-old heiress, will be appealed immediately, a spokesman for Mrs. Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt, the child's mother, said today. Mrs. Vanderbilt sought to regain custody of little Gloria from the child's paternal aunt, Justice Carew announced he had decided the young heiress would not have for the future the kind of life she led from the death of her father until June, 1932. During this period, Gloria was with her mother. The Vanderbilt spokesman, who declined to allow use of his name, confirmed reports that Justice Ca- raw had decided to allow Mrs. Whitney to keep the child five days a week, Mrs. Vanderbilt to have her Saturday and Sundays. This plan, the spokesman disclosed, disclosed, is to be followed until Gloria is 14 years old, when she may decide for herself with whom she will make her home. — today an who will the district and public committee labor cases. a at a to to accident, information the the the flag and was dls- to NEW YORK, Nov. 16, W>>—Mrs. Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt has lost her sensational Supreme court tug- o'-war with Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney for the right to have and to hold her 10-year-old million- heiress daughter, Gloria. It became apparent today, despite the rule of silence which still binds the principals of the case, that Justice John F. Carew does not believe believe the mother should be entrusted entrusted at the present time with her child's custody. Counsel for Mrs. Vanderbilt and for her late husband's sister, Mrs. Whitney, conferred yesterday with Justice Carew on details of the child's future, but'none would disclose disclose what took place. The Impression was gained, however, however, that the court has in mind an arrangement under which the child, now living with Mrs. Whitney, Whitney, may eventually be returned to her mother, the widow of Reginald Vanderbilt. Comments Show Decision. From comments and interpretations interpretations that were heard following yesterday's yesterday's conference, the following conclusions were drawn: ,1» That the petition of] habeas corpus, which was the point at issue, issue, is denied. 2. That the child, for whose upkeep upkeep the sum of $48,000 a year is available, is to remain with her aunt. 3. That the arrangement by which $3000 a month is to go for the child's expenses and $1000 a month is to go to the mother will be continued. 4. That the child may go into court four years' hence, if she so desires, and declare whether she wishes the arrangement for her care to be kept or altered. 5. That the mother, widow of Reginald Vanderbilt, may have the child with her for two days of each week— Saturday and Sunday—and thus may direct the little girl's religious religious training. The mother is a Catholic, and the child's aunt is an Episcopalian. 6. That Mrs. Emma Kelslich, the nurse that has been with Gloria since the child was a baby, must be dismissed within a month, the purpose of this being (it was explained) explained) to remove an influence which it has been charged embittered embittered the girl against her mother. These conclusions are those which it is understood today ore to be Included Included in the formal ruling which Justice Carew has indicated he will Chicago the this from 11-14 two that before Into on the A for to a are motions following sign next Monday. Counsel Mrs. Whitney will draw up for the IVllDi W iHWiicjr vi*" **»•»« — r ,t.C. document, probably conferring with Mrs. Vanderbilt's lawyers In doing so. was value the from ' stock "I "The the but date, than was "I I'll the of it It?" that, I $5, brokers' The a Judge Ordered Silence. The "silence" order which Justice Justice Carew spread around the case shortly after witnesses for Mrs. Whitney hod given testimony attacking attacking Mrs. Vanderbilt's character. remains effective until the formal order is entered. Mrs. Whitney indicated indicated she would have a great deal to say after Justice Carew makes formal entry of his decision in the records. Persons close to Mrs. Vanderbilt believe she will appeal from the ruling if, as Indicated, it deprives her of the custody of her daughter. Mrs. Vanderbilt, who has been at- tended at the court hearings by a nurse and has missed some sessions because of illness, suffered a relapse last night. As for as the $2,800,000 trust fund sis--^ffrasfc %"?*"; 3 In further lost been nothing to Indicate that any change in its administration is contemplated. contemplated. The fund is administered administered by Uie two legal guardian.'; of the child, George W. Wtckersham and Thomas GUchrlst. The fund was not an issue of the present litigation, litigation, which was confined to the question of approval or denial of an application by the mother for a writ of habeas corpus to regain custody custody of the little girl. ing an yet

Clipped from Alton Evening Telegraph16 Nov 1934, FriPage 2

Alton Evening Telegraph (Alton, Illinois)16 Nov 1934, FriPage 2
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