SEQUELS: Ordeal of Living

Early one frosty, sunny morning at Lewisburg, Pa. last week, a mother led her 13-year-old son into the Federal Penitentiary's Administration Building. She went up to a handsome, so-year-old man who kissed her and said: "Priscilla." Wrapping his arms around the boy, the man greeted him with a "Hiya, Tony." Then Priscilla, Anthony and Alger Hiss walked out the door into the sunlight.

After serving three years, eight months and five days in prison for perjury, Alger Hiss was paroled (until next September). Outside the prison a throng of more than 70 newsmen surged around him as he intoned his...

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