Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 20, 1949, Page 10, Image 8

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10 Capital Journal Salem, Ore., Wednesday, April 20. 1949
In Heresy Diipute Archbiihop Richard J. Gushing (right)
announcing that a Jeiult prieat, Rev. Leonard Fenney, S. J.,
(left) who backed three Boston college Instructor in their
charge that the Institution was teaching Heresy, had "lost
the right to perform any priestly functions." (Acme Tele
Priest Silenced
By Archbishop
Boston, April 20 ( A Jesuit
educator charged today that he
had been "silenced by Roman
Catholic Archbishop Richard J
Cushing of Boston because "I
believe there is no salvation out
side the Catholic church . . . and
Archbishop Cushing believes
there is."
The Rev. Leonard Feeney,
S. J., denounced as "invalid"
and "brutal" the action of Arch
bishop Cushing In depriving him
of his priestly functions for
"grave offenses against the gen
eral laws of the Catholic
church."
Fr. Feeney has supported the
position of three Boston college
lay Instructors and a Boston col
lege high school teacher who
charged Boston college authori
ties with "heresy," They accused
college authorities of teaching
Catholic Daughters
To Tillamook Sunday
State officers, delegates and
numbers of the Catholic Daugh
ters of America will meet in
Tillamook on Sunday, April z
for their biennial state confer-nee.
The conference will open with
mass at 8 a.m., celebrated by
Rev. Ermund J. Murnane of
Portland, state chaplain.
Mrs. Rose Bell, state regent,
will preside at the business ses
sions. Other state officers are
Mrs. Mildred Smith of Klamath
Falls, state vice regent; Mrs
Hazel Holboke of Salem, state
secretary; Miss Helen Welsh of
Portland, treasurer; Mrs. Clarlse
Trembly of Portland, monitor,
Reports will be given by dele
gates from the IB courts and
four district deputies.
Mrs. Jean Sander, general
chairman, announces the break
fast will be served by the
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Knlnhts of Columbus In the
parish hall. The business meet
ings will also be held In the hall.
A banauet at 5 p.m. at the Vic
tory House Kennel room will
bring the day's program to a
close. ,
that salvation was possible outside-
the Catholic church and
without submission to the pope.
The teachers announced an ap
peal to the pope, but from the
Vatican came word that the is
sue was being returned to the
Boston archbishop for jurisdic
tion. The teachers say they are
seeking a pronouncement direct
ly from Pope Pius XII.
The archbishop revealed last
night that he had withdrawn all
priestly and teaching functions
from Fr. Feeney because Fr.
Feeney for seven months had de
fied the orders of his "legiti
mate superiors."
Mrs. Kling 111
Brush College Mrs. Daisy
Kling is a patient at the Im
manuel hospital in Portland
where she underwent surgery.
Visiting here recently were Mr.
and Mrs. John Noble and Sher-
ril, Mrs. Kenneth Hunt and
Lawrence McClure. Mrs. Kling
was formerly Daisy Hunt, sis
ter of Walter B. Hunt.
Eugene Deal
In Hearing .
San Francisco, April 20
A bank examiner told a federal
reserve board hearing Tuesday
that Transamerlca Corp. pur
chased controlling stock In the
First National Bank of Eugene,
Ore., at a price range of $220
to $840 a share.
Carl A. Reinholdt, bank ex
aminer in charge of a 1846 in-
vestgiation Into Transamerica,
testified the stock was purchas
ed between December IT, 1(45,
and July 22, 1948.
He based his testimony on
transcripts of records made at
the time of the investigation.
On questioning by J. Leonard
Townsend, board counsel, Rein
holdt brought out that Richard
S. Smith, president of the Eugene
bank, received $640 a ahare tor
430 shares, or a total of $279,200.
Among others receiving the
$640 price, Reinholdt said, was
Margaret Ann Slocum, identified
as Smith's daughter.
Directors were paid $600 per
share for their stock, Reinholdt
said, while some stockholders
received $220, others $230 and
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