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(Studio) "Chicago Tribune" reported publishing article soon to appear in "Chicago Lawyer" with regard to Reverend Andrew Greeley's alleged role in instigating investigation against John Cardinal Cody for misuse of church funds; details given.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(Chicago, Illinois) Cody's controversial career examined; films shown. ["The Chicago Reporter" editor John McDERMOTT - thinks Cody's approach is antiquated.] [Reverend Dan. MALIETTE - expresses support for Cody.] Cody's role in integration of New Orleans parochial schools recalled; films shown. [McDERMOTT - thinks Cody's style produces crises.] [Parent Marcella HERNDON - doesn't support Cody.] [Reverend George CLEMENTS - notes Cardinal's no-win situation; explains.] [March 8, 1979, CODY comments on critics.] Cody's response to current controversy outlined. [September 23, 1980, CODY - wants history to judge him.]
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely
- Blakely, Derrick;
- Schieffer, Bob
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