Religion: New General

The Salvation Army had a new General. For two weeks the 48 top officers of its High Council had met, prayed, chatted, and photographed each other at a high-ceilinged old Georgian house at Sunbury-on-Thames (once the seat of a noble Irish family, it had degenerated to a house of ill repute when the Army saved it in 1925). Last week, to succeed 74-year-old General George Carpenter, whom the war had kept in office two years past retirement age, the High Councilors finally chose Albert W. T. Orsborn.

General-designate Orsborn vigorously proclaimed the keynote of his...

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