The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 29, 1951 · Page 7
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November 29, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

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lules On Supplying textbooks For Schools CHARLESTON, W. Y«., Nov. %--j.jp)--The Attorney General's Kice said today only those pupils n parochial schools whose parents fe unable to supplj? them with etbooks may be given books a county board of education. The opinion, written by Assist- ant Attorney Genertl George W. Stok«B, was diracted to Tucker County Prosecutor D. E. Cuppett. In West Virginia, prosecuting attorneys act as legal advisers for boards of education. Stokes'wrote, "It is clear that, with one exception, our statutes limit tne distribution of free textbooks solely to free schools". Stokes quoted the exception, from State law, as follows: "The Board of Education of every county, upon application ot the proper authorities . of any private school, may likewise provide State adopted textbooks for use of the pupil;: enrolled therein whose parents, in the judgment of the board, are unable to provide same." The Assistant Attorney General concluded: "We are of the opinion that free textbooks may Be furnished to pupils in parochial schools only as authorized in th« latter statute " He added that the question of the ability of the parents to provide the boote Is an administrative matter to be decided by the Board of Education in Tucker County. Today's opinion by the Attorney General also said a school board's authority to transport parochial students in the public school buses was "very questionable." Stokes quoted state law to the effect that transportation is expressly provided for public school students only. 17 Children Come Home To Visit 111 Father CHAMBERSBURG, Pa., Nov. 28 (/pi--Howard Kei'lin, "deeply touched" by a family reunion with his 17 children In a hospital room. underwent nursery Hi Ch»mb*rs- burs hospital today. But only 12 of his youngest ones stayed to learn the results. Kerlin. a 68-year-old retired farmer, refused to allow the operation u n t i l he sow his nine sons and eight daughters. H? was admitted to the hospital on Nov. 10. The father's Illness brought the family together yesterday for the first time in IS years Five daughters cnme from Long Beach Calif.. Tli? News. Frederick. Md., Thursday, November 29, 1951 FIFi'EEJ th«° otht»rR from Western Pennsylvania area nnd one from Maryland, The children, ranging In «ge from 17 to 41 yenrs, had planned an extensive reunion but two of the California daughter? were ended back home by sickness and thf 1 other tluee accompanied them home by plane. One of the California daughters, Mrs. Helen Seales, wns advised her husband was to undergo an opftrat. Ion today. The other; MM. Sarah Sturkcn, learned a daughter was suffering from a throat infection. "The get-together boosted our morale as much as it did Dad's," one member of the family told a reporter. 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