Religion: Noe's No (Cont'd)

Sympathetically, curiously has Memphis, Tenn., watched the affairs of Dean Israel Harding Noe of St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, whose wife sued him for di-vorce last February because he believes that "the only Christian standard of birth control is self control" (TIME, May n). Last week Memphis was given another sympathetic, curious peep into his private life, his checkbook and his house in the Cathedral's shadow. Mrs. Noe's amended charges included cruelty, extravagance and desertion as well as coldness. In an amended answer to her bill, Dean Noe...

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