WOMEN: The World Is Round

Because Cristobal Colon (sometimes known as Christoforo Colombo, or Christopher Columbus), son of Domenico Colombo, a wool comber of Genoa, planted his Green Cross and the royal banner of Spain on San Salvador, one twelfth of October, 431 years ago, there will be celebrations throughout this hemisphere next Friday. On that day the Pan-American International Women's Committee will hold conferences in the capitals of practically every Republic of both the Americas.

The conference in Washington will be opened by Eleanor Foster Lansing, Chairman of the U. S. section of the Committee. Mrs. Lansing...

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