Religion: Wings for Missionaries

ATTENTION MISSIONARIES LEARN TO FLY Pilot your own plane. Prepare now for the busy postwar period. . . . For complete information write The Missionary Flying School, Tournapull, Ga.—advertisement in the New York Times.

This ad was paid for by the nation's most energetic lay evangelist, Robert Gilmour LeTourneau (TIME, March 25, 1940). Bustling, balding Bob LeTourneau is president of the Gideons—and also of a $26,000,000 corporation making giant earthmovers, mostly road-builders. He regards God as his "business-partner" and brings to his partner's business the same energy and enterprise he gives his own....

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