LIBERIA: Mr. Mitchell & Mr. Barclay

The troubles of the League of Nations were augmented last week by the fact that, in Liberia, Mr. Barclay and Mr. Mitchell are no longer on speaking terms. All official communications from the U. S. and Liberian Governments on the subject of Liberia's decision to suspend payments on a $2,250,000 loan from Finance Corp. of America (subsidiary of Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.) had to be relayed through the French Government.

Easily distinguished from Charles E. Mitchell, iron-haired president of New York's National City Bank is Charles E. Mitchell, U. S. Minister to...

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