Religion: Home Again, Home Again

The Rev. Stanislaus Orlemanski of Springfield, Mass. (TIME, May 8, 15) got home from Moscow last week. He arrived in the U.S. by plane via Alaska, where, finding himself short of funds, he borrowed $200 from a U.S. Army chaplain at Fairbanks. To photographers at Seattle he shouted: "You should be at the front fighting instead of staying at home taking pictures." At reporters he wagged a stubby finger: "I am a tired man. It is good to get home but I have no other statement to make." When they persisted, he threatened to...

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