National Affairs: Mexico City's League

The Association of Junior Leagues of America, whose 20,000 members in 114 cities of the U.S., Canada and Hawaii do charitable work socially, last week swung open its exclusive gate on the southern border of the U.S. to admit the Junior League of Mexico City. It was the first league branch in any foreign country other than Canada. But with Mexico admitted, the A.J.L.A. found itself without a definite "foreign policy."

The Mexico City League, organized three years ago by Mrs. Francis Ranney, wife of a Mexican Light & Power Co. official, with the...

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