Religion: Reveres v. Reverends

Evanston, Ill., famed for Charles Gales Dawes and Northwestern University, last week got into the nation's news as the battleground of an organization called the Paul Reveres. Founded four months ago in Glencoe, Ill., a smaller Chicago suburb seven miles north of Evanston, the Paul Reveres tub-thump against Communism and "subversive activities." Planning a nation-wide organization, they made a Colonel E. M. Hadley their president. In January, Evanston got its chapter, headed by one John A. Kappelman, insurance broker. Far from unusual in thesis or technique, the Evanston Reveres made news by choosing...

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