Foreign News: In Freedom's Name

In the bridal suite of Moscow's National Hotel last week, burly, beaming Father Stanislaus Orlemanski put his extra rabats into his suitcase, made ready to return to the U.S. and his Polish-American parishioners at Springfield, Mass.* But first, as a volunteer Polish-Catholic emissary to the U.S.S.R., he had several things to do. Back to the Kremlin he went for a second two-hour talk with Joseph Stalin and Foreign Commissar Viacheslav M. Molotov. They were, he said, "two great men." The talks, he said, produced "results beyond my expectations."

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