Religion: Will Not Go

Last week at Douglaston, Long Island, onetime farming community, now haven of commuters, a teapot which had simmered for many a long month finally boiled over. The simmering started in February when the vestry of Zion Episcopal Church asked the pastor, Rev. M. W. Black, to resign. In asking for the resignation the vestry offered Rev. Black 18 months pay if he would leave quietly, permanently, and at once. Rev. Black, married, father of three, quietly refused to leave, continued to occupy Zion's pulpit. In August the vestry, vexed, refused to pay...

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