Education: Youth in Nevada

Reno, Nevada, besides being a divorce mill, is a town of 18,500, with cinemas, dance halls, churches, a high school, a business college, a university (University of Nevada). Between the transient divorce-seekers and the permanent population of Reno there is a sharp line. Reno boys & girls pay no attention to its wide-open gambling halls. At its bars they drink only soft drinks. Few of them smoke.

To the "missionary district of Nevada" the National Council of the Episcopal Church three years ago sent tall, bustling Rev. Henry B. Thomas, a onetime chaplain at Princeton. The Rev. Mr. Thomas took over St....

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