Religion: In Memoriam

But I say unto you, Love your enemies. . . do good to them that hate you. . . .

Matthew, 5:44

Before he sailed for the Philippines in 1945, Private Robert Johnstone, 18, knew that he might not come back. He was killed on Luzon. In the spirit which his parents believed was his, they set aside his $10,000 G.I. insurance policy for a scholarship at his college, Pennsylvania's Lafayette. Recipients were to be Orientals, Japanese if possible.

Last week this year's recipient was named: Robert Nishiyama, 22, of Tokyo, ex-pilot in the Kamikaze (suicide) corps. Said he: "I want to try...

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