Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 7, 1963 · Page 20
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August 7, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

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PASS fWMNf If jgjjgjjjy^jjjgjzjgg^^^^ggjg-jgj-j-j Ferine* Gaf f ollttm Wflttiiiii Gets Degree - Afiss Martha ttell feishttp of Rock Mill, S.d., will receive her doctor's degtee in, (yemetitafy education Saturday at Peabody College at Nashville, feshn. Miss bishop's sister, Mrs. Joe Lackey, artd daughter of Millsdale, Mich.) f>lan to go to Nash- viile lo attend the ceremonies, 'Miss BlsybfJ is the daughter of tHe late Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bishop and is a graduate of Catfotl- tbfl Community unit High School. She received a bachelor's degree ifl' music from Shurtleff College If) Alton and a master's degree irf elementary education, also from Peabody College in Nashville. Miss Blslrop taught last year at Winthtpp College at Rock Hi 111 and <rtil agaSft Be 1 ttefribef 1 9! the faculty there this year. Hospital Notes t- cMROLLfON ~ Miss Welch of Oarrollton and Mrs. Clara Crifins of Greenfield Were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday as medical patients. Admitted as medical patients Tuesday were Carl D. \Vinters of Rockbridge and Miss Connie Bush- ttell of Carrollton. fcyroh Oillee of Chicago received treatment at Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday evening for rib fractures \yhich he received in a fall at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. P. A. Dalim Sr., of this city. Dismissed Tuesday were Ernest Orrtellas of White Mall, Mrs. Addie Chapman of HitlvieW, Mrs. Anna Ashford of Greenfield and Mrx. Grace Jones of Carrolltort. Despite Ruling Religion in Classes Seems Here to Stay r Bj GEOttGD CORNELL Al» Religion Writer NEW YORK (APj-Orte way o another, many of the nation' schools plan Jo preserve a classroom religious note despite th recent U.S. Supreme Court decl sion banning prescribed devotion al exercises. In some communities such observances were being dropped However, they avowedly were being retained in other places. The turned varied up in reactions were a cross-country For Any And All Purposes DESK AND FURNITURE TOPS SHOWER STALLS WINDSHIELDS AUTO GLASS PROMPT SERVICE WALL-DOOR HADLEY-DEAN GLASS CO. Serving Alton Area Since 1896 _,,,•,• OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. %O 5 P.M. FRIDAYS 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. 2615 E, BROADWAY PHONE 465-8813 check by The Associated Press Some schools plan to modify customs with the idea ot getting around any head-on collision with the court ruling. But others indi cated prayers and Bible reading would go on as usual. In some cases there was a ring of defiance. "\Ve don't care what the Su preme Court says," commented Gov. George C. Wallace of Ala bama. He added dally Bible readings without comment, will continue ii all public schools, as required under stale law. Continuation In some states, with similai laws, the approach was simply to allow past procedures to continue —by local initiative. Georgia's school superintendent Dr. Claude Purcell, said the couri seems merely to have put chapel exercises on a voluntary basis, adding: "If the schools want to include a reading of some sort, this would be up to them." In Idaho, where state law also has required daily Bible readings without comment, D. F. Engelking, state superintendent of pub lie instruction, said: "I see no reason to change our procedure on the basis of what has happened up to now. Unless some court tells me otherwise, I plan to advise public school districts to continue to use the same procedure." In some states where Bible reading, prayers, or both have been required, state authorities have issued rulings against the practice, resulting in various al- 'ernatives in some communities. In some states, without specific laws on the matter, the view was simply to let past school practices continue, including prayer and Bible reading, if that is the custom. "We will go on having v Bible readings and prayers in the schools of this state just as we always have," said North Caro- lina's Gov, Terry Stanford. Killing Although the court ruled only against prescribed devotionals, an outstanding question seemed to be whether local school boards or even a teacher, in setting such devotioflals, did so as an arm of government? Or were sUch teacher-Initiated exercises voluntary?' Some legal experts say no. Yet many school twards are taking the position that locally ordered school religious exercises arc ' not in the mandatory category. In 26 states, principally In the East and South, stale regulations have required or permitted Bible reading Prayer and often in schools. the Ten Lord's states, mostly in the West, prohibit such practice. The other 14 states have laws on the books about it. Surveys have indicated Ulat about &0 t>er cent of the nation's schools have included such devoliotmls, either under state law or without regulations on the matter. Such practices have been required In the District of Columbia and 11 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. In New Jersey, Stale Ally. Gen. Arthur J. Sills issued a ruling that the law requiring (he devotional observances is void, but the state has met with scattered challenges on the local level. In Massachusetts, Slate Atty. Gen. Edward W. Brooke also handed down an opinion voiding the stlte law requiring Bible de- volionals. Tills action, loo, has met 4-H Camp Oiit Near Hartliii MARGIN - Fifty 4-M members from clubs In Calhoun County participated In an overnight camt> Ing session Monday and Tuesday, on the fairgrounds near Mardln. The camp was planned and directed by the 4-H Federation, which is made up of older 4-11 members. They were assisted by Farm Adviser Robert Lahne, Home Adviser Agnes Simon, and Summer Vouth Assistant Mary Alice Re* ser. with various countermoves. In Arkansas. 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