The story of the rise of Father Divine, neither a defense nor an accusation. It's a good reporting job on a man who was an obscure Baptist in Savannah in 1906 and today he has formulated his own plan -- and it works. His answers to the hows and whys are a bit baffling, phrased in gaudy plumage. He is presented here as a major executive, filling hungry stomachs, asking no pay, inspiring faith and happiness. Not sensationally written, but overwhelming. Good news value.