Religion: Bishop's Bobble

Taking his ease on a cottage porch near Hendersonville, N. C., one day last week, sat tanned, lanky Rt. Rev. Henry St. George Tucker, Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church. An automobile drove up. "Ablewhite!" cried Bishop Tucker. "I'm glad to see you. Come on in." He shook the hand of a dusty, weary, baldish man—Rt. Rev. Hayward Seller Ablewhite, Bishop of Northern Michigan, resigned. From a retreat in Gambier, Ohio, Bishop Ablewhite, his name beclouded in the press, had furiously driven 600 miles to beg the aid of his superior. The...

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