National Affairs: Private Orphanage

Back from a naval mission to Brazil came Rear Admiral Newton Alexander McCully, U. S. N. Reporters were not surprised to find him accompanied by six children, none of whose faces bore the slightest resemblance to the face of Admiral McCully.

Reporters, recognizing in these children six of the seven Russian orphans whom Admiral McCully adopted in 1920 when on a naval mission to Russia, asked how his private orphanage was getting along.

Said Admiral McCully: "My orphans are proving themselves an increasing delight." . Reporters again were not surprised, remembering Admiral McCully's remarks...

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