Religion: Traveling Team

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Into the Grand Ballroom of Manhattan's Waldorf Astoria one night last week shoved and shuffled 3,000 people—socialites, churchgoers and plain folk glad to get a look at the inside of that famed hotel without having to pay for anything. On their heels trod 1,000 more, of whom 300 were shunted into the Astor Gallery and 700 steered across the street into the Community House of St. Bartholomew's Church. Even then a few score were left with no place to go. The Waldorf guests listened to prayers and speeches. Then amplifiers were turned...

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