Religion: The New Minister

Albert Sidney Johnstone of Richmond, Va. had always wanted to be a minister, but illness forced him to give up the idea. Instead, he became a businessman, eventually became personnel officer of Richmond's Federal Reserve Bank. Richmond came to know him as a leader in charities and civic affairs—but this work never completely satisfied him.

Two years ago, after 29 years at the bank, Albert Johnstone retired and set out at last upon the career he had always dreamed of.

After studying at Virginia's Union Theological Seminary, he was ordained a Presbyterian minister. Last...

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