Religion: Baptists in Burma

Tales of Baptist missionary courage began coming out of war-harried Burma last week.

> Tall, angular Brayton C. Case has stuck to his post at the repeatedly bombed agricultural school at Pyinmana near Toun-goo, despite the departure of all civil authority. He is marshaling food supplies for the Chinese armies, sending them truckload after truckload of cabbages, pigs, everything else he can lay his hands on. "If I ran off," he said, "there would be no one around to round up food for these Chinese."

Missionary Case can find food in Burma if anyone...

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